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Unionjack

Elseid Hysaj

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On 20/12/2018 at 7:38 PM, Unionjack said:

I do understand what you say but I dont agree with you.

In this day and age of cable TV and the 200+ channels available to viewers there are many progs that are not inf the 'normal' viewers categories. How are they funded? Surely not subsidized by our loving govt. They are produced privately and paid for privately. Funded by adverts etc If they were popular enough they would be brought back the next year.

Ive started to watch counless TV series that I've liked omly to find they were pulled after the 1st season. Pisses me off no end.

Thats how the Prom lot would feel  

 I will post some good series.

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5 minutes ago, Magic Lamps said:

It is even worse here in Germany. Everyone regardless if they own a TV or not has to pay 210€. BBC is at least really decent much better than what we have. We pay for outrageous wages of incompetent media official, mediore presenters/hosts, atrociously bad actors, ginormous TV-stages and all we get to see is folk music and endless repitions of self-produced staid-boring crime shows on 160 different channels

Dark and Babylon Berlin are great German series. On Netflix

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3 minutes ago, Vesper said:

Dark and Babylon Berlin are great German series. On Netflix

Yeah but they are not produced by the German Allgemeinen Rundfunkbeiträgen which i was ranting about^^

The Rundfunkbeitrag is more of a tax which is forced upon you by the German government even if you dont own a TV and sadly does not come with a netflix account :D

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Watched his compilation and it was nothing special but at this point I will take any player that gives us a different dimension. 

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1 hour ago, Magic Lamps said:

Yeah but they are not produced by the German Allgemeinen Rundfunkbeiträgen which i was ranting about^^

The Rundfunkbeitrag is more of a tax which is forced upon you by the German government even if you dont own a TV and sadly does not come with a netflix account :D

We have same thing here in Sweden

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A meeting in Castelvolturno between Napoli and the agent of Elseid Hysaj, who wants to understand the technical plans of manager Carlo Ancelotti. Meanwhile, there are doubts about Christian Kouamé, as a Hirving Lozano idea emerges. (via @DiMarzio) #CFC #Napoli #PSV

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45 mil and having to deal with Napoli kind of make me a bit nauseous.  That said he knows the system and could probably help us run it more smoothly.  All really depends exactly how much we have and are willing to spend and which areas are the most pressing.  I'm not sure right back is at the top of the list.

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2 hours ago, kc_blue said:

45 mil and having to deal with Napoli kind of make me a bit nauseous.  That said he knows the system and could probably help us run it more smoothly.  All really depends exactly how much we have and are willing to spend and which areas are the most pressing.  I'm not sure right back is at the top of the list.

Ahhh! But he plays LB too!! 47ac940c3ab2f59cf4a973f37e93c7a2.gif

Tho Sarri used him as RB!

Hysaj is a no-nonsense defender who has averaged 2.4 tackles and 1.7 interceptions per 90 minutes in his first season with Napoli. The young full back is a tremendous athlete and is really quick for someone of his frame. It is not just his athleticism that makes him so highly rated, he is a very intelligent footballer who reads the game so well and has a great positional sense. He doesn’t get caught of position a lot which is very important for a fullback.

Add his vision to pick out teammates through long passes into the mix and Hysaj became the prodigy that he is. He has an impressive injury and disciplinary record having only picked up 5 yellow cards last campaign. His performances in UEFA Euro 2016 were impressive as the likes of Anthony Martial and Dimitri Payet found it tough to play against him.

 

Even though Hysaj is regarded as an attack minded full back; his involvement in goals, both in terms of scoring and assisting, is poor.

Hysaj’s ability to deliver crosses into the box is not the worst, but there is room for improvement. Apart from his slightly less involvement in goals, he has all the attributes that a fullback in the modern game should possess.

 

 

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Said it before in this thread so forgive me for the repeat but better to wait for Reece. I think he'll be ready for 2019/2020 but even if it takes until the season after that I still say wait.

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4 hours ago, Unionjack said:

Ahhh! But he plays LB too!! 47ac940c3ab2f59cf4a973f37e93c7a2.gif

Tho Sarri used him as RB!

Hysaj is a no-nonsense defender who has averaged 2.4 tackles and 1.7 interceptions per 90 minutes in his first season with Napoli. The young full back is a tremendous athlete and is really quick for someone of his frame. It is not just his athleticism that makes him so highly rated, he is a very intelligent footballer who reads the game so well and has a great positional sense. He doesn’t get caught of position a lot which is very important for a fullback.

Add his vision to pick out teammates through long passes into the mix and Hysaj became the prodigy that he is. He has an impressive injury and disciplinary record having only picked up 5 yellow cards last campaign. His performances in UEFA Euro 2016 were impressive as the likes of Anthony Martial and Dimitri Payet found it tough to play against him.

 

Even though Hysaj is regarded as an attack minded full back; his involvement in goals, both in terms of scoring and assisting, is poor.

Hysaj’s ability to deliver crosses into the box is not the worst, but there is room for improvement. Apart from his slightly less involvement in goals, he has all the attributes that a fullback in the modern game should possess.

 

 

What do they mean for someone his frame? He is average height and skinny af. 

Overall he sounds like a carbon copy of Zappacosta in every aspect built, height, pace, poor output except maybe tackles

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32 minutes ago, Magic Lamps said:

What do they mean for someone his frame? He is average height and skinny af. 

Overall he sounds like a carbon copy of Zappacosta in every aspect built, height, pace, poor output except maybe tackles

To me he is much better on the ball than him. Check out his Youtubes. I know they can make even Morata look good but give them a looksee.

And on top of that Sarri loves him. I think he needs backing

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He is bang average and if we are buying him just because Sarri knows him, thats sad.

Stop going after the players he "knows". Sign players that are actualy good and have future here, not some average have beens. 

I wouldnt get him even for backup, never mind first choice. 

@Unionjack he isnt attacking minded fb at all. Ghoulam was doing all the attacking work at napoli when fit, all went through Ghoulam and then Insigne. Hysaj is super average going forward and isnt good in dribbling or crossing. Not fast either. 

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Is there more to this then agent and/or paper talk?  This seems like a position we have good youth players in that should be getting a chance in the next season or two.  For the quoted price and dealing with Napoli I just don't see the logic in making a move for him.  Especially if it costs us quality in other positions.  If we have to pull back from our first targets in midfield or striker I think this would be costly beyond just the price of the transfer.  

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Cesar Azpilicueta facing Chelsea chop as Maurizio Sarri plots new transfer move

Chelsea boss who slammed his squad at the weekend now wants Elseid Hysaj, who played popular skipper Azpilicueta's position for him at TWO Italian clubs

https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/transfer-news/cesar-azpilicueta-facing-chelsea-chop-13893145

 

no way would I buy him for £45m.

I so rate (in terms of doables, as Kimmich Sergi Roberto, TAA, and Cancelo are untouchable atm)

Achraf Hakimi (only way to get him I think is make him part of the Eden deal)

Valentino Lazaro (if no Hakimi then DEFFO my plan B, and tbh, I rate him around the same, and would be far cheaper)

Aaron Wan-Bissaka (HG too)

Sime Vrsaljko

Nélson Semedo

Benjamin Henrichs

Álvaro Odriozola

Mário Fernandes (unfortunately too old for a long term buy, as he turns 29 in 8 months)

over Hysaj atm

especially at £45m

Denzel Dumfries and Nordi Mukiele are interesting younger (22 and 21yo) ones who could be bought cheaply. Dumfries is a brutal physical specimen and has exploded onto the Dutch national team. He, Wan-Bissaka and especial Lazaro are the best athletes listed.

PLUS

we have Reece James on the way

 

 

 

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If hysaj is being bought to replace azpi then i just hope the board has sense to replace sarri with super lampard before that...

One trick pony sarri...and apparently that one trick is also not working so half a trick pony.

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He hasn't been amazing this season, and we'd be really strong at RB with this signing.  But, c'mon, the left side is so crap.  

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5 hours ago, shrenshah said:

If hysaj is being bought to replace azpi then i just hope the board has sense to replace sarri with super lampard before that...

One trick pony sarri...and apparently that one trick is also not working so half a trick pony.

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Big Franks not ready yet mate.

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11 hours ago, !Hazard! said:

Sarri so stubborn that he's gonna buy his entire old team. If there's someone from Napoli we really need it's Hamsik

Hamsik would totally solve our Cesc/Lampard problem replacement, but his age would be an issue and also having to deal with the poison dwarf, better just forget it.

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4 minutes ago, Johnnyeye said:

Hamsik would totally solve our Cesc/Lampard problem replacement, but his age would be an issue and also having to deal with the poison dwarf, better just forget it.

Agree sadly. We meed a goal scoring ACM  more I think too.

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