We're comparing Hendo, to Gini, to Fab, to etc etc all the time. You can read whatever you want into what the guy posted, but reckon you're the only one who saw *that* in it [in saying that, maybe one of the other two might]
They're current players not retired players, I'm not sure comparing to see who should fill a spot is in the same bucket as a general comparison. As I said, it's not just his comment.. I mentioned it after seeing it a lot from many people from many sources. If this is the reaction people get when pointing it out, no wonder nobody did.It's like if my son became a player for Spurs and got compared to Song rather than Gareth Bale... etc. The reason why it really stood out to me today is because Origi's playing style has never been like Hesky's.. not even close. Players should be compared by their style of football only, currently many people don't sadly.
Hesky, well built central striker that later became a support striker, not gifted in pace, many assists with his head. Simple footwork.
Origi, fast player that can play anywhere in the front 3. Clever footwork.
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