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      Daniel Sturridge Player Thread

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      Keith Singleton
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge Player Thread
      Reply #4800: Aug 13, 2018 03:38:05 pm

      Well lets start the banter/rub downs  here  ;D 1 second to get injured  :f_whistle:
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge Player Thread
      Reply #4801: Aug 13, 2018 11:21:54 pm
      Well lets start the banter/rub downs  here  ;D 1 second to get injured  :f_whistle:

      F**k off Keith  :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge Player Thread
      Reply #4802: Aug 14, 2018 06:25:50 pm
      He is at the point of his career, as someone earlier said, that he has to fight through the little knocks and twinges.

      I love watching him play when he is fit.  He’s a joy to watch. 

      I like him as an impact sub.  I also think he would help against the bus parkers . 
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge Player Thread
      Reply #4803: Aug 15, 2018 03:29:50 pm
      Brilliant to see him back at his best...possibly beyond his previous best.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge Player Thread
      Reply #4804: Aug 15, 2018 06:15:37 pm
      I just hope for one season where he can play through some pain, give 100% to the team, because I think if he can then this could be our year.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge Player Thread
      Reply #4805: Aug 15, 2018 07:01:44 pm
      for me a fit sturridge is world class player, if we had him in champion league final last year we could won that game
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge Player Thread
      Reply #4806: Sep 16, 2018 11:29:30 pm
      Such a conundrum. Seems to have gone backwards since preseason. Was looking back to his very best at start of August, but yesterday's 20mins performance seemed to lack effort and energy...
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      Reply #4807: Sep 16, 2018 11:34:44 pm
      Such a conundrum. Seems to have gone backwards since preseason. Was looking back to his very best at start of August, but yesterday's 20mins performance seemed to lack effort and energy...

      Bit hash to go judging Sturridge, playing at Wembley and all that, plus he's a very different player to our front three, he doesn't go pressing as much as the main front free.
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      Reply #4808: Sep 16, 2018 11:44:35 pm
      Such a conundrum. Seems to have gone backwards since preseason. Was looking back to his very best at start of August, but yesterday's 20mins performance seemed to lack effort and energy...

      Thought he did okay, used his experience to win a couple of free kicks, to say he has gone backwards since preseason is very harsh
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      Reply #4809: Sep 17, 2018 01:35:21 am
      Such a conundrum. Seems to have gone backwards since preseason. Was looking back to his very best at start of August, but yesterday's 20mins performance seemed to lack effort and energy...

       :f_doh:

      Just totally shocked by that perception.

      Hardly had minutes since the pre-season, and yet what we have seen of him has been good. vs Tottenham was no different. Held up play and good game management when given the chance, but hardly had a touch of the ball. Not his fault.
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      Reply #4810: Sep 17, 2018 07:39:07 am
      :f_doh:

      Just totally shocked by that perception.

      Hardly had minutes since the pre-season, and yet what we have seen of him has been good. vs Tottenham was no different. Held up play and good game management when given the chance, but hardly had a touch of the ball. Not his fault.

      I agree he's been ok the times he's played but he could have done better at blocking Lamella's shot, turning your back like he did is not good enough.
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      Reply #4811: Sep 17, 2018 09:07:15 am
      I agree he's been ok the times he's played but he could have done better at blocking Lamella's shot, turning your back like he did is not good enough.
      Agreed,it pisses me off when I see one of our players turn his arse into the ball to block it but I'm not singling Danny out as I've seen plenty of players do it,I imagine it must be better to get a whack in the arse than a whack in the sack. :lmao:
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge Player Thread
      Reply #4812: Sep 17, 2018 09:13:47 am
      He came on for Bobby and you'd expect him to at least press their central defenders some bit but he didn't. I understand its not his game but surely it was instructed to him.

      Would rather Shaqiri through the middle tbh as first sub in that situation because at least he will chase and disrupt.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge Player Thread
      Reply #4813: Sep 17, 2018 10:06:49 am
      Thought he did okay, used his experience to win a couple of free kicks, to say he has gone backwards since preseason is very harsh

      Very harsh and entirely undeserved.
      He came on and no doubt received a word in the ear as to his attitude and application in the remainder of a scrappy game where the priority was retaining a one goal advantage.

      If Studge took it upon himself to teararse about leaving gaps that may have lead to an equaliser Jürgen would be not to pleases .
      Undeserved criticism as you point out.
      « Last Edit: Sep 17, 2018 03:35:44 pm by stuey »
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge Player Thread
      Reply #4814: Sep 17, 2018 12:58:50 pm
      Sturridge has high returns per minute. He is doing his job as an impact sub. We'll need him longer tomorrow though.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge Player Thread
      Reply #4815: Sep 17, 2018 01:26:38 pm
      He came on for Bobby and you'd expect him to at least press their central defenders some bit but he didn't. I understand its not his game but surely it was instructed to him.

      Would rather Shaqiri through the middle tbh as first sub in that situation because at least he will chase and disrupt.

      I think the point of Studge coming on was that he tends to play on the shoulder of the last defender, which naturally makes them drop a bit deeper, and which then causes a bit of a disconnect between defense and midfield, which in turn makes it easier for us to press and more difficult for them to build pressure.

      Put another way, if their lines are less compact and more spaced out, they have less chance to score because it's easier to defend against them.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge Player Thread
      Reply #4816: Sep 17, 2018 01:38:34 pm
      Should’ve done better for the goal on Saturday but hard to criticise him in open play so far.

      Overall we’re yet to see evidence of the strength of the squad in the final 3rd.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge Player Thread
      Reply #4817: Sep 17, 2018 04:05:58 pm
      Thought he did well and hard to judge when he's getting spare minutes most days. As mentioned, he held the ball up well and used his experience to draw some free kicks and tick seconds off the clock. Could have had a goal if not for Mane's selfishness so i think he has done well when he has come on.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge Player Thread
      Reply #4818: Sep 17, 2018 04:08:01 pm
      and its unfair to call out Sturridge on the Lamela goal when it was a collective failure.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge Player Thread
      Reply #4819: Sep 17, 2018 04:27:15 pm
      and its unfair to call out Sturridge on the Lamela goal when it was a collective failure.

      I won't judge him since it didn't cost us. That is my reasoning in football. I may be wrong but that is my God.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge Player Thread
      Reply #4820: Sep 17, 2018 09:29:10 pm
      and its unfair to call out Sturridge on the Lamela goal when it was a collective failure.
      If you review the goal again you could argue that VVD was the closest to Lamela and could have blocked the shot had he closed him down instead of stopping
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge Player Thread
      Reply #4821: Sep 17, 2018 09:39:52 pm
      He does not get much chance these days, to be fair. Although still quite capable of putting the ball into the back of the net.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge Player Thread
      Reply #4822: Sep 18, 2018 01:31:58 am
      Very harsh and entirely undeserved.
      He came on and no doubt received a word in the ear as to his attitude and application in the remainder of a scrappy game where the priority was retaining a one goal advantage.

      If Studge took it upon himself to teararse about leaving gaps that may have lead to an equaliser Jürgen would be not to pleases .
      Undeserved criticism as you point out.

      Leaving gaps by running around when hes the furthest player up the pitch;  not sure what your smoking mate.
      He hasn't exactly covered himself in glory, when consistently cant be arsed to break into a sweat.  He looked to have a spring back in his step during preseason, however seems to have lost a yard again when given real opportunities.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge Player Thread
      Reply #4823: Sep 18, 2018 03:15:12 am
      Should’ve done better for the goal on Saturday but hard to criticise him in open play so far.


      Agree, but at the same time, he isn’t put in that situation if Gomez doesn’t miss what should have been a straight forward header.


      Leaving gaps by running around when hes the furthest player up the pitch;  not sure what your smoking mate.
      He hasn't exactly covered himself in glory, when consistently cant be arsed to break into a sweat.  He looked to have a spring back in his step during preseason, however seems to have lost a yard again when given real opportunities.

      What are the real opportunities he’s been given since pre season?

      Vs West Ham - came on in the 87th minute and scored in the 88th.

      Vs Palace - came on in the 94th minute.

      Vs Brighton - came on in the 80th minute and held the ball up well.

      Vs Leicester - unused sub

      Vs Spurs - on in the 83rd minute and again held the ball up well and won a number of free kicks as a result.

      Seems like you are trying to slate him for the sake of it, to fit the narrative of last season. So far he’s had very limited game time but done everything that appears to have been asked of him.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge Player Thread
      Reply #4824: Sep 18, 2018 08:00:06 am
      Leaving gaps by running around when hes the furthest player up the pitch;  not sure what your smoking mate.
      He hasn't exactly covered himself in glory, when consistently cant be arsed to break into a sweat.  He looked to have a spring back in his step during preseason, however seems to have lost a yard again when given real opportunities.

      You're smoking better gear than me.
      As stated in a scrappy game when adhering to strict positional game set would be as much use as a chocolate hammer, to retain a precious advantage possession and spatial awareness are essential.
      That might further contribute to the "scrappy game" description but the win is the priority.

      The better quality ganga you have is no doubt responsible for confusing Sturridge and his improved form in previous games with some other player.
      « Last Edit: Sep 18, 2018 08:15:10 am by stuey »

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