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Cracking move for Jason hopefully he'll get plenty of game time.
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Brilliant move. Hope he gets a good run.
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Hopefully Robinson doesn't give him Covid to keep him out of the October or November internationals.
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I think the ball is in molumby's court, to use a different sports metaphor.

If he gets his head down and is focused, does everything the manager asks there's every chance he'll do well. 

Hes got a few years of experience now, did well at Millwall and got a knock back at Preston. 

West brom are in a strong position to go up and molumby could do what Ben white did at Leeds.
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Originally posted by Left foot Left foot wrote:

I think the ball is in molumby's court, to use a different sports metaphor.

If he gets his head down and is focused, does everything the manager asks there's every chance he'll do well. 

Hes got a few years of experience now, did well at Millwall and got a knock back at Preston. 

West brom are in a strong position to go up and molumby could do what Ben white did at Leeds.
 

What I like about this loan is that if you were designing a CM for Ismael's football it would be Molumby it looks like this is very much a player the manager identified as suited to his style! You see how Molumby endeared himself at Millwall and I think going back there last year would have suited him! 

Preston it was just a basket case of a club last season you could forgive anyone being in an out that team last year especially a loan player! 
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Not having a great time at West Brom so far, going to be very tough to break into that midfield.
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2 more west brom games between now and the internationals and Molumby hasn't looked like getting on yet.

I can't remember the last time be actually played 90 mins.

Wonder if Kenny will select him this time round.
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Originally posted by Left foot Left foot wrote:

2 more west brom games between now and the internationals and Molumby hasn't looked like getting on yet.

I can't remember the last time be actually played 90 mins.

Wonder if Kenny will select him this time round.


Possibly not if McCarthy is to come back in, Knight will also be back and Arter is also getting minutes having got his move.

Then again Hendrick has played f**k all and will still be called up.

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I'd say he'll still make the squad. He will get a chance at some point for West Brom, the Championship is a long season and he's next in line for a CM position in the squad. He'll need to grab it when it comes along though.
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molumby is a good player but he’s liable to be sent off in every game as he plays right on the edge.
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Molumby should study John McGinn's performance in Villa's defeat of Man United yesterday. Box-to-box, good control, passing and aggression. Terrific player. It's a role to which Molumby could aspire in a limited way. Currently, he deserves to be nowhere near the Irish squad - no club football this year, no pre-season, unwanted at Brighton, squad filler at so-so Preston and now a hopeful bench-warmer at WBA. He's only 21 (etc) but he has it all to do. 
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Originally posted by Mr Brick Mr Brick wrote:

Molumby should study John McGinn's performance in Villa's defeat of Man United yesterday. Box-to-box, good control, passing and aggression. Terrific player. It's a role to which Molumby could aspire in a limited way. Currently, he deserves to be nowhere near the Irish squad - no club football this year, no pre-season, unwanted at Brighton, squad filler at so-so Preston and now a hopeful bench-warmer at WBA. He's only 21 (etc) but he has it all to do. 

He should be nowhere near the Irish squad currently? Do you think we should pick a smaller squad than permitted so? Because there is not a long list of players that should be making it ahead of him. If you look at the last squad, there are plenty of lads in there that wouldn't have made a squad when we were stronger. At least Molumby is a pick for the future and you'll get endeavour. 
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Originally posted by Mr Brick Mr Brick wrote:

Molumby should study John McGinn's performance in Villa's defeat of Man United yesterday. Box-to-box, good control, passing and aggression. Terrific player. It's a role to which Molumby could aspire in a limited way. Currently, he deserves to be nowhere near the Irish squad - no club football this year, no pre-season, unwanted at Brighton, squad filler at so-so Preston and now a hopeful bench-warmer at WBA. He's only 21 (etc) but he has it all to do. 

That's an interesting comparison and McGinn is the type of player I'd like to see Molumby become, but I'm not sure he has the all round game for it to be honest. Molumby will give you the defensive side of it, the box to box running and the intensity, but McGinn is a far better player on the ball, especially in attacking positions. 

If we have a midfielder coming through at the moment who could go on to that level it's Knight. He will move in January, hopefully he finds the right club. Molumby I think will end up as more of a high energy defensive midfielder because, although he is keen to bring the ball forward, he's not great on the ball in attacking positions.
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I agree with all that. It's obvious he played hurling in a lot of ways. He has the aggression, the blood and thunder style and the desire to drive forward. A lot of the younger crop have GAA backgrounds actually. Ogbene, Idah and O'Shea definitely - Douglas, Nemo and Jude's. O'Shea feels to me like the most comfortable football player and I think he would have been the most prodigious Gaelic talent of the lot based on some of the stories you'd hear about him racking up big scores in big games. 
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Molumby will come good, I am confident of it. He's in a difficult situation at the moment because he's two players ahead of him who have done nothing wrong. Whether its through injury or a drop in form, he will get a chance and once he's in there I think he will be very hard to dislodge. He has got such a good engine but is technically so good on the ball too.
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I think Molumby is pretty decent but he simply needs games. 

My big concern with him is that he's a persistent fouler and like Arter at times crashes into tackles recklessly where he could nearly do as much injury to himself as the opponent he's tackling. 

Hopefully if he gets a decent run of games it might iron out and improve that negative aspect to his game. 
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He's next in line at CM and will get games through rotation (especially with WBA's current high intensity style) and the fact there will be injuries, suspensions and it's a long season. Livermore already has 3 yellow and similar to Molumby in playing/tackling on the edge
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Originally posted by irishmufc irishmufc wrote:

I think Molumby is pretty decent but he simply needs games. 

My big concern with him is that he's a persistent fouler and like Arter at times crashes into tackles recklessly where he could nearly do as much injury to himself as the opponent he's tackling. 

Hopefully if he gets a decent run of games it might iron out and improve that negative aspect to his game. 
 

I said on here a few weeks ago there was a genuine whiff of James Mcclean about him for Ireland just rash no thought at times. 

I'd cut him some slack in that he hasn't played much recently. His touch can be very loose too that's just heedlessness as much as lack of ability he just needs to tighten up his first touch. Ability on the ball he has shown it. 

I was adamant about him returning to Millwall on loan last year Brighton kept him and they really should have sent him back Millwall were begging for him back.
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