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herecomesaregular

Stay Frosty
Oct 27, 2008
3,476
Still in Brighton
Just rewatched MOTD and for such an inexperienced youngster to a/ get a lovely, lovely assist b/ be sly with a little pullback/foul to allow Dunk a bit more space to head in the equaliser is hugely encouraging regardless of anything else he did/didn't do.
 

Kalimantan Gull

Members
Aug 13, 2003
11,610
Central Borneo / the Lizard
Trying to think of strikers who have been great from the first game of their professional career, and continued in that vein. Owen, Rooney, Rashford are three that come to mind. For 99% of those who become top strikers there is a developmental path to follow.

Copy and paste fire the Connolly and Maupay threads
 

CHAPPERS

DISCO SPENG
Jul 5, 2003
44,173
https://www.theguardian.com/footbal...ue-10-talking-points-from-the-weekends-action

Zeqiri could be the focal point Brighton need

Before Saturday, Andi Zeqiri had played only 18 minutes of football for Brighton. The September signing from Lausanne has had to bide his time and, at 21, still has raw edges to smooth over. But he had an instant effect when coming on at half-time against Wolves with his side 3-1 down, his first touch bringing a header from which Neal Maupay won a game-changing penalty. Zeqiri is a tall, bustling striker with a decent line in hold-up play; in other words the kind of focal point Brighton, who too often flounder when they reach the penalty area, require. He created space for others in a far more convincing second half from the Seagulls and should have scored, too, when he blasted over after Adam Webster had hit the bar. While it would be a stretch to say he will propel Brighton away from relegation bother single-handedly, Zeqiri showed enough to suggest he can play a key role for Graham Potter. Nick Ames
 


brighton_tom

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Jul 23, 2008
3,089
We need players who have bring a bit of energy to the team, we're far too passive sometimes, so his running and harassing of Wolves players was very welcome.
 

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