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      Re: Curtis Jones Player Thread
      Reply #50: Jan 27, 2020 06:15:21 pm
      Won't happen, but I would love to see Jürgen name him in the front three for the West Ham game.

      Bit puzzled by a midfielder playing in the front 3?
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      Reply #51: Jan 27, 2020 06:17:48 pm
      Bit puzzled by a midfielder playing in the front 3?

      Lines up on the left of a front three for the U23s more often than not.

      “I think Curtis can play in two positions – left of the front three and in midfield, too. He’s possibly more Adam Lallana than Sadio Mane in terms of his approach and capabilities.”

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      Reply #52: Jan 28, 2020 01:24:16 pm
      Lines up on the left of a front three for the U23s more often than not.

      “I think Curtis can play in two positions – left of the front three and in midfield, too. He’s possibly more Adam Lallana than Sadio Mane in terms of his approach and capabilities.”

      ahh, nice one, hadn't seen that :)
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      Re: Curtis Jones Player Thread
      Reply #53: Jan 29, 2020 11:30:03 am
      This lad has everything he needs to be a player. the problem all these lads have is getting time on the pitch in meaningful games. The standards now are so high the results so important its difficult for a manager to select young lads unless forced to do so. If we don't beat Shrewsbury it might be the last game he starts for us this seasons so you can see how these lads get frustrated.
      My hope is we win the league with 6 or 7 games to go then they can play and rest the big players for the CL.
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      Reply #54: Jan 29, 2020 11:58:55 am
      This lad has everything he needs to be a player. the problem all these lads have is getting time on the pitch in meaningful games. The standards now are so high the results so important its difficult for a manager to select young lads unless forced to do so. If we don't beat Shrewsbury it might be the last game he starts for us this seasons so you can see how these lads get frustrated.
      My hope is we win the league with 6 or 7 games to go then they can play and rest the big players for the CL.

      I would love to see Jürgen select him for tonight's game. He would do the job, I'm sure of it. I realize there are older players including Divock who are more likely to get the nod, but at some point a manager has to pick a young player in a meaningful match for him to really have that opportunity.
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      Reply #55: Jan 29, 2020 01:10:07 pm
      I would love to see Jürgen select him for tonight's game. He would do the job, I'm sure of it. I realize there are older players including Divock who are more likely to get the nod, but at some point a manager has to pick a young player in a meaningful match for him to really have that opportunity.

      Its getting more and more difficult for these lads to break through and more and more important to win every game Managers are under immense pressure at both ends of the Table. I think we will see him on as a sub a few more times then start getting first team chances but who does he replace we are Champions of the world these lads will not like losing their place to anyone
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      Reply #56: Jan 29, 2020 01:44:12 pm
      Its getting more and more difficult for these lads to break through and more and more important to win every game Managers are under immense pressure at both ends of the Table. I think we will see him on as a sub a few more times then start getting first team chances but who does he replace we are Champions of the world these lads will not like losing their place to anyone

      Will get the last 5 games of the league season if we take care of business early I would guess. Be nice to see what some of the best young lads can do playing with the first team.
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      Reply #57: Jan 29, 2020 02:54:21 pm
      Its getting more and more difficult for these lads to break through and more and more important to win every game Managers are under immense pressure at both ends of the Table. I think we will see him on as a sub a few more times then start getting first team chances but who does he replace we are Champions of the world these lads will not like losing their place to anyone

      No question about not players wanting to lose their place. In this case, Sadio is out injured - that is what provides more of an opportunity for Jürgen to select him tonight. Every great player who came out of our own system, Fowler, Owen, McManaman, Trent - they all were given a first team chance at some point. As I say, probably won't happen, but I wish it would.

      If he's good enough he's old enough, and I think this lad has shown throughout the season that he's good enough.
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      Reply #58: Jan 29, 2020 04:18:30 pm
      No question about not players wanting to lose their place. In this case, Sadio is out injured - that is what provides more of an opportunity for Jürgen to select him tonight. Every great player who came out of our own system, Fowler, Owen, McManaman, Trent - they all were given a first team chance at some point. As I say, probably won't happen, but I wish it would.

      If he's good enough he's old enough, and I think this lad has shown throughout the season that he's good enough.


      this team though is far better than any team they played in and its over 20 years since they played . wasn't Trent's debut against UTD at their place and he did well.
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      Reply #59: Jan 29, 2020 04:56:12 pm
      this team though is far better than any team they played in and its over 20 years since they played . wasn't Trent's debut against UTD at their place and he did well.

      Fair enough Walt. I'd still love to see Curtis on from the start. So hard to break through at a big club, let along the best team in the world, which is what we are at the moment.
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      Reply #60: Jan 29, 2020 06:34:52 pm
      wasn't Trent's debut against UTD at their place

      No, it wasn’t his debut.
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      Re: Curtis Jones Player Thread
      Reply #61: Jan 29, 2020 10:01:05 pm
      Nice little cameo!
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      Re: Curtis Jones Player Thread
      Reply #62: Jan 29, 2020 11:52:48 pm
      Got a feeling we will be seeing a lot more of Curtis in the coming months, regardless of what happens at Anfield against Shrewsbury.

      Feels like he is naturally becoming the next youth player to get the chance to make a name for himself in this first-team squad, he is already showing promising signs but let's see how the rest of the season goes for him!
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      Reply #63: Jan 30, 2020 02:47:38 am
      Got a feeling we will be seeing a lot more of Curtis in the coming months, regardless of what happens at Anfield against Shrewsbury.

      Feels like he is naturally becoming the next youth player to get the chance to make a name for himself in this first-team squad, he is already showing promising signs but let's see how the rest of the season goes for him!

      Again, would love to see him from the start vs. Southampton. divock went off injured and has played two matches in a row now. Perfect chance to get Curtis a Premier League start.
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      Re: Curtis Jones Player Thread
      Reply #64: Jan 30, 2020 04:58:42 pm
      Again, would love to see him from the start vs. Southampton. divock went off injured and has played two matches in a row now. Perfect chance to get Curtis a Premier League start.


      If Origi is unfit, I prefer him over Minamino at the moment. He has the skill and an eye for a good run and goal. He should not need to worry to much about his defence.
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      Reply #65: Jul 05, 2020 03:29:31 pm
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      Reply #66: Jul 05, 2020 10:55:43 pm
      This kid is possibly my favourite of them all coming through.

      What a talent he is.
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      Reply #67: Jul 05, 2020 11:09:32 pm
      Looks a genuine starter, for the not so distant future, well taken goal today against Villa.
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      Reply #68: Jul 06, 2020 12:21:52 am
      Loved how much hendo was made up for him
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      Reply #69: Jul 06, 2020 05:26:26 am
      So happy for him!
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      Reply #70: Jul 06, 2020 09:14:15 am
      I like the attitude of this kid, I think he'll go far with us, very positive approach to the game and links up very well with the others.
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      Reply #71: Jul 07, 2020 05:14:52 pm
      Serious question for you regarding Curtis and the Merseyside accent: I've noticed on visits before that the accent is different from different parts of the city. Someone from Crosby sounds different to me than someone from Birkenhead, but maybe that's just me. Curtis' accent sounds different to me altogether (and maybe it is just the way he speaks and I don't know the difference). Can anyone shed some light on if his manner of speaking reflects a certain part of the city, a generational youth thing, or something else?

      Any help to an outsider who is fascinated with the culture of the city, is appreciated.
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      Reply #72: Jul 07, 2020 05:25:07 pm
      Serious question for you regarding Curtis and the Merseyside accent: I've noticed on visits before that the accent is different from different parts of the city. Someone from Crosby sounds different to me than someone from Birkenhead, but maybe that's just me. Curtis' accent sounds different to me altogether (and maybe it is just the way he speaks and I don't know the difference). Can anyone shed some light on if his manner of speaking reflects a certain part of the city, a generational youth thing, or something else?

      Any help to an outsider who is fascinated with the culture of the city, is appreciated.


      It’s just what it is, it’s like anywhere in the country, there’s variations on accent and the way people speak. Look at London, some parts like Chelsea, they talk very posh, where as other parts talk with a strong cockney accent. Then you get Héctor Bellerin for example who is Spanish but sounds more cockney than half of London.

      Just depends what part of the city you grow up in.
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      Reply #73: Jul 07, 2020 08:50:34 pm
      It’s just what it is, it’s like anywhere in the country, there’s variations on accent and the way people speak. Look at London, some parts like Chelsea, they talk very posh, where as other parts talk with a strong cockney accent. Then you get Héctor Bellerin for example who is Spanish but sounds more cockney than half of London.

      Just depends what part of the city you grow up in.

      Thanks. So in Curtis' speech does he remind you of a certain part of Liverpool? His bio on the official site says he was raised near the city centre.
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      Reply #74: Jul 07, 2020 08:53:03 pm
      It’s just what it is, it’s like anywhere in the country, there’s variations on accent and the way people speak. Look at London, some parts like Chelsea, they talk very posh, where as other parts talk with a strong cockney accent. Then you get Héctor Bellerin for example who is Spanish but sounds more cockney than half of London.

      Just depends what part of the city you grow up in.

      Yeah and I'm from Bootle and sound just like Jamie Carragher  ;) ;) ;)  :lmao:

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