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Captain Ahmed

loaned out Tammy Abraham

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He definitely wasn't great, but he was definitely dangerous - more dangerous than most strikers his age getting a game for England.
I guess we expected more since he's been lighting it up in the leagues, but he held his own even if he was all over the place.

Germany certainly had their hearts in their throats due to Abraham more often than due to Vardy. 

We all know his quality, and there's more positives than negatives to take away.

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Batshuayi has disappointed so far against Bournemouth. Whenever he's started games, especially this year, he hasn't cut it. His entire niche seems to be getting goals from the bench, which is a worry if he needed to start for a prolonged period of time. If Abraham wanted to come back, would definitely have him here next year. Would for certain be a good second-choice, or even occasionally first-choice striker.

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1 hour ago, nathangeorge99 said:

Batshuayi has disappointed so far against Bournemouth. Whenever he's started games, especially this year, he hasn't cut it. His entire niche seems to be getting goals from the bench, which is a worry if he needed to start for a prolonged period of time. If Abraham wanted to come back, would definitely have him here next year. Would for certain be a good second-choice, or even occasionally first-choice striker.

Tammy sitting on the bench here would be pointless, I mean honestly how often does Batshuayi play from the start? Once every 6 weeks or so? Then 10/15 minutes in games we are winning every week or second week... sure Conte doesn’t trust him but I can see him and the club preferring a young kid like Tammy is away on loan playing every week for a few years like Andreas did because he has huge potential and stagnating him by sitting him on a bench is pointless.

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It’s not even that he does not score enough atm, but rather does not even get in positions to score... he’s still far way from first team material.

bats needs a loan where he can play and we need better 2nd striker/fw... Tammy ain’t it... not yet.

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57 minutes ago, Robguima said:

Tammy ain’t it... not yet.

Agree and with Bats BUT I would keep him over buying Crouch or Carroll. But whats his injury like he got v Watford?

With Bats HOPEFULLY getting a loan (to get regular game time) wih HOPEFULLY Dzeko coming and HOPEFULLY looking to get a longer viewed striker it MIGHT be in ours and his best interests for Tammy a loan but he is pissed already about us not giving him playing time.. Hopefully hes fit tho.

Or Maybe short loan to Sunderland??? With them struggling bad he would def be a starter and with Jake Salter going and LOOKS like Ampadu joining him Tammy would have mates with him.

Or like Musonda would it be best for him going somewhere like Inter/Sevilla?

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His record has been poor after a good start but he's still Swansea's leading scorer, which says a lot. I think it's fair to say he may not be ready for us right now (I still think we could do worse than using him as a 'target man' squad option and watching him improve), but he's young, first season in PL, he's already doing better in terms of development than a lot of our youngsters. Maybe needs another loan next season. Haven't seen it on here but annoys me on twitter when people write him off.

 

EDIT: it's also only Jan and a lot f season left. Not beyond realms of possibility he has another run of form and ends the season with double figure goals.

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Think he will struggle to get as many minutes at Swansea now as he did under Paul Clement, I can see them using the more experienced guys like Bony and Ayew upfront to try and ensure they stay up. Hopefully not so he can get regular minutes but I don't know, managers tend to trust their more senior players in situations like the one Swansea are in.  

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On 21/01/2018 at 7:12 PM, OneMoSalah said:

managers tend to trust their more senior players in situations like the one Swansea are in.  

And I can completely understand this,

But if this lad is supposedly one of our academys shining lights and he cant get time in a club like Swansea but at the same time can't get time in a team like us just where can one of the best products we have produced get regular game time apart from going to a club like Peterborough Utd!!! (input any crap team!)

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4 hours ago, The Skipper said:

Yeah, Tammy should just come back if they aren't gonna play him.

Isnt he injured still?

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Good to see him back on the scoresheet tonight with a couple of goals. Hopefully he can get his hattrick. He needed those goals for confidence and generally with Swansea's buying the other Ayew, he was getting behind the pecking order so well done to him. He has struggled with injuries and playing time for last couple months or so, so hopefully this kickstarts his season and he can play a big part in Swansea's relegation battle.

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4 minutes ago, Stats said:

Good to see him back on the scoresheet tonight with a couple of goals. Hopefully he can get his hattrick. He needed those goals for confidence and generally with Swansea's buying the other Ayew, he was getting behind the pecking order so well done to him. He has struggled with injuries and playing time for last couple months or so, so hopefully this kickstarts his season and he can play a big part in Swansea's relegation battle.

Andre Ayew is a winger so he doesn't need to worry about him.

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14 minutes ago, Tomo said:

Andre Ayew is a winger so he doesn't need to worry about him.

He can also play as a SS or CF which is where I am sure Swansea have bought him to play. Bony is out for season so can see him joining his brother in attack.

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Has fallen off the radar lately. This is what I dont get about our young lads with 'prospect'. We have had so many that have been great in the acdemy TEAMS yet send them out into the big wide world and the shine rubs off. How many of lads like this do we have loaned out?

What next for Chelsea's Tammy Abraham after disappointing Swansea City loan

The latest on the talented England striker who could be set for another spell away from Stamford Bridge

https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/sport/football/transfer-news/what-next-chelseas-tammy-abraham-1591887

 

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