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Re: Danny Ings - signed
« Reply #570 on: October 18, 2021, 02:13:16 PM »
If Bailey is fit for Arsenal, I'd play him one side of Ings, and Buendia the other. Ollie on the bench.

Definitely, looks great on paper, maybe if fit, Sansom in for Ramsey. I do like Ramsey a lot, but I'd like to go with some more experience.

Last two seasons Ramsey has got more experience though?

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Re: Danny Ings - signed
« Reply #571 on: October 18, 2021, 02:16:28 PM »
True enough Risso, maybe I mean pedigree.

I do worry after Saturday and been thrown into that shambles it wouldn't have done him any favours.

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Re: Danny Ings - signed
« Reply #572 on: October 18, 2021, 02:26:09 PM »
True enough Risso, maybe I mean pedigree.

I do worry after Saturday and been thrown into that shambles it wouldn't have done him any favours.

Yes, hopefully that hasn't knocked his confidence. It was a stupid free kick to give away but the more senior players like Mings were just as bad.

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Re: Danny Ings - signed
« Reply #573 on: October 18, 2021, 02:47:39 PM »
I find it a bit strange to see so many wanting Sanson in ahead of Ramsey who has shown far more promise.

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Re: Danny Ings - signed
« Reply #574 on: October 18, 2021, 03:30:29 PM »
I really like Ramsey, I think he's a great prospect and like the way we have nurtured him into the team. I don't think any of us expected him to be a guaranteed starter so soon. I have no problems at all with him starting, he's earned it. I just think we need to be a bit careful with him and not play him every week if we do not have to.

I really like the look of Sanson from what I have seen. He's also a player who has played Champions League football and he needs a chance in the team and see what he can do.

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Re: Danny Ings - signed
« Reply #575 on: October 18, 2021, 04:45:22 PM »
If Bailey is fit for Arsenal, I'd play him one side of Ings, and Buendia the other. Ollie on the bench.
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Re: Danny Ings - signed
« Reply #576 on: October 18, 2021, 04:46:24 PM »
I really like Ramsey, I think he's a great prospect and like the way we have nurtured him into the team. I don't think any of us expected him to be a guaranteed starter so soon. I have no problems at all with him starting, he's earned it. I just think we need to be a bit careful with him and not play him every week if we do not have to.

I really like the look of Sanson from what I have seen. He's also a player who has played Champions League football and he needs a chance in the team and see what he can do.

I'm guessing that we're going to have to tread very carefully with him. He seems to have a similar physical resilience to Davis.

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Re: Danny Ings - signed
« Reply #577 on: October 18, 2021, 05:00:35 PM »
If Bailey is fit for Arsenal, I'd play him one side of Ings, and Buendia the other. Ollie on the bench.

Agreed. And I'd bring Watkins on when Bailey or Buendia get tired.

Yep, same here. McGinn, Ramsey and Luiz as the central three.

If Sanson was fit I'd play him ahead of Ramsey. I suspect Cash won't make Friday so 4-3-3 will be the way to go anyway.

That's the call for me too. Granted it was only about 40 mins but Sanson showed a level against Chelsea that was very impressive. If we could get 60/70 mins out of him at anything near that level of performance we should dominate the Arsenal midfield (both Luiz and McGinn are playing well).

If Deano wants the fudge the 3 x CBs decision for another week, he can move Tuanzebe to RB if Cash is out.

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Re: Danny Ings - signed
« Reply #578 on: October 18, 2021, 08:36:51 PM »
The formation simply is not working, we have two very good strikers but it's clear they do not work together, I will be absolutely fuming if Smith starts with the same formation against Arsenal.

for me we play 1 up top and introduce Ings/Watkins early on in the second half , if needed.

I'm still seething about Saturday

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Re: Danny Ings - signed
« Reply #579 on: October 19, 2021, 06:50:29 AM »
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Re: Danny Ings - signed
« Reply #580 on: October 19, 2021, 08:58:09 AM »
The formation simply is not working, we have two very good strikers but it's clear they do not work together, I will be absolutely fuming if Smith starts with the same formation against Arsenal.

for me we play 1 up top and introduce Ings/Watkins early on in the second half , if needed.

I'm still seething about Saturday

Any thoughts on the famous win at Man U? Tried to find your comments but they seem to have disappeared. I can see your posts on the Wolves, Tottenham and Chelsea (League Cup) games, just not the Man U game, for some bizarre reason. Probably those pesky moderators.

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Re: Danny Ings - signed
« Reply #581 on: October 19, 2021, 09:20:53 AM »
The formation simply is not working, we have two very good strikers but it's clear they do not work together, I will be absolutely fuming if Smith starts with the same formation against Arsenal.

for me we play 1 up top and introduce Ings/Watkins early on in the second half , if needed.

I'm still seething about Saturday

Any thoughts on the famous win at Man U? Tried to find your comments but they seem to have disappeared. I can see your posts on the Wolves, Tottenham and Chelsea (League Cup) games, just not the Man U game, for some bizarre reason. Probably those pesky moderators.

He didn't enjoy the Manchester United result. That much is clear.

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Re: Danny Ings - signed
« Reply #582 on: October 19, 2021, 09:48:22 AM »
The formation simply is not working, we have two very good strikers but it's clear they do not work together, I will be absolutely fuming if Smith starts with the same formation against Arsenal.

for me we play 1 up top and introduce Ings/Watkins early on in the second half , if needed.

I'm still seething about Saturday

Any thoughts on the famous win at Man U? Tried to find your comments but they seem to have disappeared. I can see your posts on the Wolves, Tottenham and Chelsea (League Cup) games, just not the Man U game, for some bizarre reason. Probably those pesky moderators.

He didn't enjoy the Manchester United result. That much is clear.

Positive moments or posts are clearly not to his liking.
I've never read one.

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Re: Danny Ings - signed
« Reply #583 on: October 19, 2021, 11:23:37 AM »
If Bailey is fit for Arsenal, I'd play him one side of Ings, and Buendia the other. Ollie on the bench.

Agreed. And I'd bring Watkins on when Bailey or Buendia get tired.

Yep, same here. McGinn, Ramsey and Luiz as the central three.

If Sanson was fit I'd play him ahead of Ramsey. I suspect Cash won't make Friday so 4-3-3 will be the way to go anyway.

That's the call for me too. Granted it was only about 40 mins but Sanson showed a level against Chelsea that was very impressive. If we could get 60/70 mins out of him at anything near that level of performance we should dominate the Arsenal midfield (both Luiz and McGinn are playing well).

If Deano wants the fudge the 3 x CBs decision for another week, he can move Tuanzebe to RB if Cash is out.

I also thought Sanson was looking very good against Chelsea till his injury - I remember thinking, "Right, so THIS is the player we thought we were getting".  If he's genuinely match-fit and ready I'd play him ahead of Ramey.

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Re: Danny Ings - signed
« Reply #584 on: October 20, 2021, 02:13:04 AM »
was away for the Man Utd victory and didn't get over excited anyway as they are nothing special these days.
taking 3 points at home against the likes of wolves should be our priority

 


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