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f**k me we have lads doing their own player watch instead of watching the game.
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Originally posted by Stoked Up Stoked Up wrote:

For those of you that think he had a good game, Hendrick's marking and general positional play was horrendous last night.
I watched him solidly for 15minutes of the first half; he touched the ball once and lost the player he was marking about a half dozen times, he often marked the ref and lazily tracked back on endless occasions. 
But for a couple of flicks and the shot at goal, he was anonymous throughout.

Cullen was left to do virtually all the work in the centre of midfield and was quickly overran by the Serbs, who passed it around our midfield like a training match.
McGrath tried hard but was outclassed.


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Anyway, I thought Hendrick has a great game against Serbia.
Calm head and played well
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Originally posted by Stoked Up Stoked Up wrote:

For those of you that think he had a good game, Hendrick's marking and general positional play was horrendous last night.
I watched him solidly for 15minutes of the first half; he touched the ball once and lost the player he was marking about a half dozen times, he often marked the ref and lazily tracked back on endless occasions. 
But for a couple of flicks and the shot at goal, he was anonymous throughout.

Cullen was left to do virtually all the work in the centre of midfield and was quickly overran by the Serbs, who passed it around our midfield like a training match.
McGrath tried hard but was outclassed.

you must have mixed Jeffrey up with someone else, that or you were dreaming about some other game once upon a time. The telly showed a different game.
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Originally posted by doherty doherty wrote:

Originally posted by Stoked Up Stoked Up wrote:

For those of you that think he had a good game, Hendrick's marking and general positional play was horrendous last night.
I watched him solidly for 15minutes of the first half; he touched the ball once and lost the player he was marking about a half dozen times, he often marked the ref and lazily tracked back on endless occasions. 
But for a couple of flicks and the shot at goal, he was anonymous throughout.

Cullen was left to do virtually all the work in the centre of midfield and was quickly overran by the Serbs, who passed it around our midfield like a training match.
McGrath tried hard but was outclassed.

you must have mixed Jeffrey up with someone else, that or you were dreaming about some other game once upon a time. The telly showed a different game.

He kept losing his man early on and he was blatantly at fault for the goal not covering the near post. Schoolboy stuff. 

He had his best game in years Cullen had the worst of his 3 games this week by a distance but as posted above Cullen still pound for pound had a better game when he was on.

Most importantly if we want to play a passing game Hendrick isn't the answer. At one stage he literally kicked the ball out of play in a panic when pressed. I was happy to see him against Portugal as he put in a shift he does il give him that. 

He's the lesser evil of Hourihane Browne Arter and himself and he hopefully  will be the only member of that lot in the squad in 18 months time.


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Originally posted by doherty doherty wrote:

Originally posted by Stoked Up Stoked Up wrote:

For those of you that think he had a good game, Hendrick's marking and general positional play was horrendous last night.
I watched him solidly for 15minutes of the first half; he touched the ball once and lost the player he was marking about a half dozen times, he often marked the ref and lazily tracked back on endless occasions. 
But for a couple of flicks and the shot at goal, he was anonymous throughout.

Cullen was left to do virtually all the work in the centre of midfield and was quickly overran by the Serbs, who passed it around our midfield like a training match.
McGrath tried hard but was outclassed.

you must have mixed Jeffrey up with someone else, that or you were dreaming about some other game once upon a time. The telly showed a different game.
When we didn't have the ball, Jeff went missing. Completely. Telly doesn't show this well.
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Originally posted by BrendanD88 BrendanD88 wrote:

f**k me we have lads doing their own player watch instead of watching the game.

Of course I was watching the game. But it's easy to glance up a player who clearly marked nobody when we didn't have the ball and scarcely tracked back in any hurry when it was needed.
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It's funny how we interpret what we see.

I would've thought Hendrick's work off the ball goes unnoticed by fans who think he should be scoring goals and setting up chances like Xavi.

His athleticism, engine and workrate are very important against teams like Portugal and Serbia.
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Originally posted by Hotlips_Hoolahan Hotlips_Hoolahan wrote:

It's funny how we interpret what we see.

I would've thought Hendrick's work off the ball goes unnoticed by fans who think he should be scoring goals and setting up chances like Xavi.

His athleticism, engine and workrate are very important against teams like Portugal and Serbia.

That's it too. He's doesn't score goals and sets up hardly any chances either.

Tet's stats on passes in the SK thread reveals that he doesn't deliver in this part of his game either.

I compiled the passing stats from the three qualifiers here: https://twitter.com/irish_abroad/status/1435913083046842375
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Originally posted by Stoked Up Stoked Up wrote:

Originally posted by Hotlips_Hoolahan Hotlips_Hoolahan wrote:

It's funny how we interpret what we see.

I would've thought Hendrick's work off the ball goes unnoticed by fans who think he should be scoring goals and setting up chances like Xavi.

His athleticism, engine and workrate are very important against teams like Portugal and Serbia.

That's it too. He's doesn't score goals and sets up hardly any chances either.

Tet's stats on passes in the SK thread reveals that he doesn't deliver in this part of his game either.

I compiled the passing stats from the three qualifiers here: https://twitter.com/irish_abroad/status/1435913083046842375
Not sure what point you're trying to make?
his passing stats are pretty good
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Originally posted by Stoked Up Stoked Up wrote:

Originally posted by Hotlips_Hoolahan Hotlips_Hoolahan wrote:

It's funny how we interpret what we see.

I would've thought Hendrick's work off the ball goes unnoticed by fans who think he should be scoring goals and setting up chances like Xavi.

His athleticism, engine and workrate are very important against teams like Portugal and Serbia.

That's it too. He's doesn't score goals and sets up hardly any chances either.

Tet's stats on passes in the SK thread reveals that he doesn't deliver in this part of his game either.

I compiled the passing stats from the three qualifiers here: https://twitter.com/irish_abroad/status/1435913083046842375
This exactly. He is not making himself available for the ball nearly enough compared to the likes of Cullen. This has been a consistent feature of his game all his career, it's not going to change now. My mind isn't changed that the likes of Knight and Molumby are the real future of this team. There is also the dark horse of Kilkenny emerging as well that will provide further competition.
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Molumby doesn’t have anything on Jeff.
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Originally posted by TheNumber6 TheNumber6 wrote:

Molumby doesn’t have anything on Jeff.


Hes certainly has a better hair cut.
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Originally posted by Bandwagon Bandwagon wrote:

Originally posted by TheNumber6 TheNumber6 wrote:

Molumby doesn’t have anything on Jeff.


Hes certainly has a better hair cut.

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Originally posted by tetsujin1979 tetsujin1979 wrote:

Originally posted by Stoked Up Stoked Up wrote:

Originally posted by Hotlips_Hoolahan Hotlips_Hoolahan wrote:

It's funny how we interpret what we see.

I would've thought Hendrick's work off the ball goes unnoticed by fans who think he should be scoring goals and setting up chances like Xavi.

His athleticism, engine and workrate are very important against teams like Portugal and Serbia.

That's it too. He's doesn't score goals and sets up hardly any chances either.

Tet's stats on passes in the SK thread reveals that he doesn't deliver in this part of his game either.

I compiled the passing stats from the three qualifiers here: https://twitter.com/irish_abroad/status/1435913083046842375
Not sure what point you're trying to make?
his passing stats are pretty good
No key passes over these games. Only two goals in 64 games. For a lad that does little marking or tracking back, he's equally not delivering for the fans who think he should be scoring goals and setting up chances like Xavi.(in reply to the OP)
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Originally posted by Stoked Up Stoked Up wrote:

Originally posted by tetsujin1979 tetsujin1979 wrote:

Originally posted by Stoked Up Stoked Up wrote:

Originally posted by Hotlips_Hoolahan Hotlips_Hoolahan wrote:

It's funny how we interpret what we see.

I would've thought Hendrick's work off the ball goes unnoticed by fans who think he should be scoring goals and setting up chances like Xavi.

His athleticism, engine and workrate are very important against teams like Portugal and Serbia.

That's it too. He's doesn't score goals and sets up hardly any chances either.

Tet's stats on passes in the SK thread reveals that he doesn't deliver in this part of his game either.

I compiled the passing stats from the three qualifiers here: https://twitter.com/irish_abroad/status/1435913083046842375
Not sure what point you're trying to make?
his passing stats are pretty good
No key passes over these games. Only two goals in 64 games. For a lad that does little marking or tracking back, he's equally not delivering for the fans who think he should be scoring goals and setting up chances like Xavi.(in reply to the OP)

I wouldn't hound him for that. The team in general were bad at making key passes, nobody made more than three
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Originally posted by Bandwagon Bandwagon wrote:

Originally posted by TheNumber6 TheNumber6 wrote:

Molumby doesn’t have anything on Jeff.


Hes certainly has a better hair cut.

Jeffy’s locks are the envy of men and women up and down this country 
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Originally posted by t_rAndy t_rAndy wrote:

Originally posted by Bandwagon Bandwagon wrote:

Originally posted by TheNumber6 TheNumber6 wrote:

Molumby doesn’t have anything on Jeff.


Hes certainly has a better hair cut.

Jeffy’s locks are the envy of men and women up and down this country 

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