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themightyblue

Thorgan Hazard

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As you see... he's not bad at all. But certainly a long way from the level of his brother!! So don't get too excited that quickly.

IMO he will never reach the level...

 

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He was pretty shite in all honesty but Gladbach didn't help themselves. The one guy we should sign from Mochengladbach would be Dahoud, a good young MF player with great potential and at times tonight his use of the ball and also willingness to take it while under pressure was encouraging but the other guys couldn't hold on to the ball if there lives depended on it. Thorgan still has huge steps to make to be an option for us if we were to resign him, although he has promise but what he showed tonight in terms of trying to do everything himself and overcomplicate simple things has been a regular occurrence this season which isn't good when you consider Gladbach really are struggling. 

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hope so, he is clearly very talented, keeps eden happy and gives us an alternative to willian

 

 

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Been no links to him lately so probably just the click merchants but I caught some of the game agains Augsburg the other night and he was great. Made some excellent proper Eden type runs

Scored a cracking goal, made an assist and was MOTM.

Would be very intersting to see them both up front in a 343!!

Maybe we should send then nore players?

 

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Would be very interesting to have the broher Hazards togeyjer with a shit hot striker between them and a goal scoring ACM wouldn't it?

I wonder what those 2 would think of that? Would help the Belgian team too I suppose.

 

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31 minutes ago, Unionjack said:

Would be very interesting to have the broher Hazards togeyjer with a shit hot striker between them and a goal scoring ACM wouldn't it?

I wonder what those 2 would think of that? Would help the Belgian team too I suppose.

 

They are both LWers, although Thorgan has played at RW some this year, to really good results

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5 minutes ago, Vesper said:

They are both LWers, although Thorgan has played at RW some this year, to really good results

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More RW than LW this season tho. Hes a Swiss Army Knife,

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Just now, Unionjack said:

More RW than LW this season tho. Hes a Swiss Army Knife,

10 games at LW, 9 games at RW

7 goals, 3 assists at LW

5 goals, 4 asissts at RW

Ibrahima Traoré , their main RW, has been injured twice, and their other main RWer, Patrick Herrmann, has been in poor form, so maybe that is why he has played at RW a lot

they are loaded everywhere else, winger is by far their weak point, especially if Hazard isn't playing

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