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Josh McEachran

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McEachran regret not signing for Real Madrid instead of chelsea fs kid pull your head outta your ass if you couldn't make at chelsea there was no chance in hell you would have made it at Real Madrid 

http://www.espnfc.com/chelsea/story/3046583/brentfords-josh-mceachran-i-turned-down-real-madrid-for-chelsea-dream

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It's damn hilarious and great progression that Josh at his 'prime' youth-wise, our 'best youth product since Terry'

(& Franco DiSanto

:ph34r:)

, would be benched by all of our youth players from the past 4 or so seasons. This may've been the only season he'd get a sniff. Always thought he looked like a yogurt pot trying to play football. It just won't work.

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Lets be honest. Mentality wise the guy never had it.

There is a reason he went from the next big thing/next player to break through here at a top PL club, to a newly promoted PL club, to 3 championship clubs, Vitesse, and then back to another championship club in the space of 5 or 6 years. He never had the mentality for the big time. 

Look at other young players who have gone out on loan and come back or have been loaned out then sold, we've regretted some, guys like Matic, De Bruyne, Salah, even Chalobah who was 100 times the guy he was in terms of mentality and a much more rounded players. The fact hes saying shit like this, despite the fact hes playing at Brentford, says it all. Its not as if hes punching above his weight and outplaying the league, the guy is so average its unbelievable. He's 25 and his career has mounted to a pile of averageness but he wants to talk about regretting not going to Real Madrid lol, they probably have a worse record with youth than we do and you look at the young guys they discarded over the years. He never fit in at Swansea for whatever reason, fair enough but look at all his other loan spells he only really played at Vitesse and Middlesbrough and he went on loan 5 times.  

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Can you believe he scored his first, yes FIRST ever goal in professional club football tonight! :o

Deserves a round of applause :clap:

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24 minutes ago, Stats said:

Can you believe he scored his first, yes FIRST ever goal in professional club football tonight! :o

Deserves a round of applause :clap:

Honestly?? Damn that's Makelele level bad for an attacking midfielder.

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Can you believe he scored his first, yes FIRST ever goal in professional club football tonight! 
Deserves a round of applause :clap:
To think Mikel has a better scoring record.
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On 02/10/2018 at 11:44 PM, manpe said:

Honestly?? Damn that's Makelele level bad for an attacking midfielder.

He isn't an attacking mid, he plays deep, the few times i have seen Brentford he never entered the final 3rd outside set pieces.

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How did things go so downhill for him. Brentford have announced him amongst their release list this summer. Has suffered with numerous injuries too. His next club will be interesting to see. Will take a massive wage drop wherever he goes as I can't see much teams willing to pay him that much money as he is injury-prone.

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7 minutes ago, Stats said:

How did things go so downhill for him. Brentford have announced him amongst their release list this summer. Has suffered with numerous injuries too. His next club will be interesting to see. Will take a massive wage drop wherever he goes as I can't see much teams willing to pay him that much money as he is injury-prone.

I was there for this game... he was  basically playing the 'Jorginho role'. Look how dynamic he was. The notoriety went to his head and that unfortunately fucked his career.

 

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4 minutes ago, DDA said:

I was there for this game... he was  basically playing the 'Jorginho role'. Look how dynamic he was. The notoriety went to his head and that unfortunately fucked his career.

 

Is it just me, or is our movement much much better than what it is these days. Honestly speaking I don't see much movement when we play, no runs in the box, pretty pedestrian.

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7 minutes ago, DDA said:

I was there for this game... he was  basically playing the 'Jorginho role'. Look how dynamic he was. The notoriety went to his head and that unfortunately fucked his career.

 

Despite us losing the game, he was fantastic. Dominated that game when he came on. Can you believe he was only 17 years of age? His technical ability was brilliant. Should of made it at the top.

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6 minutes ago, 1905didierblue said:

Is it just me, or is our movement much much better than what it is these days. Honestly speaking I don't see much movement when we play, no runs in the box, pretty pedestrian.

That season was probably our worst for lack of creativity, our double winners stagnated and any half competant defense contained us with ease.

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33 minutes ago, DDA said:

I was there for this game... he was  basically playing the 'Jorginho role'. Look how dynamic he was. The notoriety went to his head and that unfortunately fucked his career.

 

Memorable game. Billy Clifford and Jacob Mellis were on the bench, and also Nate Chalobah who was only 15 back then! Crazy.

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20 hours ago, nyikolajevics said:

Memorable game. Billy Clifford and Jacob Mellis were on the bench, and also Nate Chalobah who was only 15 back then! Crazy.

Mellis is now at Mansfield in League 2 and Billy Clifford is playing non-league football at Slough Town. Crazy.

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3 hours ago, Stats said:

Mellis is now at Mansfield in League 2 and Billy Clifford is playing non-league football at Slough Town. Crazy.

Michael Woods plays for a 5th League side, Jimmy Smith in League Two..

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Brentford fans react to reports Josh McEachran has joined Sheffield Wednesday for pre-season training

https://www.sheffieldwednesday.news/fan-views/brentford-fans-react-to-reports-josh-mceachran-has-joined-sheffield-wednesday-for-pre-season-training/

Brentford supporters are reacting to reports one of their former players has joined Sheffield Wednesday for pre-season training.

According to the Star, the midfielder Josh McEachran flew out to Portugal on Friday and was due to take part in the Owls’ Saturday morning session.

McEachran – who came through the ranks at Chelsea, a couple of years below the Wednesday midfielder Sam Hutchinson – was among the players released by Brentford at the end of last season.

And the Owls have already agreed a deal to sign another of those, the right-back Moses Odubajo.

Whether or not McEachran will follow remains to be seen, however. And the 26-year-old’s chances are likely to hinge on how well he performs in the coming few days.

But according to the following Brentford fans, their Sheffield Wednesday counterparts should not get their hopes up…

 

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