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He's good enough to remain in the PL.
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Originally posted by Hotlips_Hoolahan Hotlips_Hoolahan wrote:

He's good enough to remain in the PL.

I am a big fan of Jeff's but what other PL team will take him on and he plays most weeks? 
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Originally posted by doherty doherty wrote:

Originally posted by Hotlips_Hoolahan Hotlips_Hoolahan wrote:

He's good enough to remain in the PL.

I am a big fan of Jeff's but what other PL team will take him on and he plays most weeks? 

That's it, none unfortunately. 
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Many years left on his contract at Newcastle?
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He was linked with Roma and other Italian teams. Would a move to a continental League not be an option. It just feels incredibly safe these lads dropping to the Championship when they could play top flight as such elsewhere. The PL is so competitive atm he may not get a PL move.
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Originally posted by doherty doherty wrote:

Originally posted by Hotlips_Hoolahan Hotlips_Hoolahan wrote:

He's good enough to remain in the PL.

I am a big fan of Jeff's but what other PL team will take him on and he plays most weeks? 

That's it, none unfortunately. 

Watford, Norwich? Whatever about playing most weeks, he'd get games at Palace and Burnley too.
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Many years left on his contract at Newcastle?


Contracted till 2024. Newcastle will probably have to cover some of his 40k a week wages if he was to leave.
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If Bruce does leave, as rumoured, this week then a new manager could be a big positive for Jeff in the short term. Ultimately he’ll probably be moved on in the summer but he definitely prefers to have the ball than not, playing to his strengths & who knows 
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Originally posted by Badgersboys9 Badgersboys9 wrote:

Originally posted by doherty doherty wrote:

Originally posted by Hotlips_Hoolahan Hotlips_Hoolahan wrote:

He's good enough to remain in the PL.

I am a big fan of Jeff's but what other PL team will take him on and he plays most weeks? 

That's it, none unfortunately. 

Watford, Norwich? Whatever about playing most weeks, he'd get games at Palace and Burnley too.

He just left Burnley. Norwich going down. And he wouldn't get games at Palace and Watford now i dont think. 
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The thing that gets me about Jeff he will have an outstanding game then you wiill struggle to know where he was on the pitch over the next six games and that's him in a nutshell .
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Hes best in a more advanced midfield role. 

Him a d McGrath as the the advanced two in 3421 with Cullen and Knight as the defensive pair.

Robinson playing centrally.
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Originally posted by Claret Murph Claret Murph wrote:

The thing that gets me about Jeff he will have an outstanding game then you wiill struggle to know where he was on the pitch over the next six games and that's him in a nutshell .

definitely that's been the case over the years but in fairness to him I think he's been really good for us from Portugal away onwards. He used to regularly go missing, never showing for the ball but that's changed. Can still get caught on the ball and out of position because at the end of the day he's still limited but I've been impressed with him the past few months in an Irish shirt
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Originally posted by notpropaganda73 notpropaganda73 wrote:

Originally posted by Claret Murph Claret Murph wrote:

The thing that gets me about Jeff he will have an outstanding game then you wiill struggle to know where he was on the pitch over the next six games and that's him in a nutshell .

definitely that's been the case over the years but in fairness to him I think he's been really good for us from Portugal away onwards. He used to regularly go missing, never showing for the ball but that's changed. Can still get caught on the ball and out of position because at the end of the day he's still limited but I've been impressed with him the past few months in an Irish shirt

But guys who ever showed for the ball much under O'Neill and Mccarthy really? its like they were scared stiff to make the simplest pass. 
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Originally posted by B6 6HE B6 6HE wrote:


Hes best in a more advanced midfield role. 

Him a d McGrath as the the advanced two in 3421 with Cullen and Knight as the defensive pair.

Robinson playing centrally.

Thing is he's looked lost when he's played too far forward for us. I remember him playing a bit at 10 for us in the 2018 campaign and it didn't work. I do think that position you reference is a little different but it is risky.
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Originally posted by doherty doherty wrote:

Originally posted by notpropaganda73 notpropaganda73 wrote:

Originally posted by Claret Murph Claret Murph wrote:

The thing that gets me about Jeff he will have an outstanding game then you wiill struggle to know where he was on the pitch over the next six games and that's him in a nutshell .

definitely that's been the case over the years but in fairness to him I think he's been really good for us from Portugal away onwards. He used to regularly go missing, never showing for the ball but that's changed. Can still get caught on the ball and out of position because at the end of the day he's still limited but I've been impressed with him the past few months in an Irish shirt

But guys who ever showed for the ball much under O'Neill and Mccarthy really? its like they were scared stiff to make the simplest pass

Exactly this... under MON and Mick it was a don't take any risks policy, just get rid of the ball. I remember watching one of the Georgia games and trying to count 3 passes in a row and it just wasn't happening.

For the third Robinson goal I heard we had 39 passes before be put in into the net. That's 3 passes per player. Shows real control of the game.
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Originally posted by doherty doherty wrote:

Originally posted by notpropaganda73 notpropaganda73 wrote:

Originally posted by Claret Murph Claret Murph wrote:

The thing that gets me about Jeff he will have an outstanding game then you wiill struggle to know where he was on the pitch over the next six games and that's him in a nutshell .

definitely that's been the case over the years but in fairness to him I think he's been really good for us from Portugal away onwards. He used to regularly go missing, never showing for the ball but that's changed. Can still get caught on the ball and out of position because at the end of the day he's still limited but I've been impressed with him the past few months in an Irish shirt

But guys who ever showed for the ball much under O'Neill and Mccarthy really? its like they were scared stiff to make the simplest pass. 

aye definitely agree with that, didn't make it any less frustrating to watch Hendrick in those years though! delighted that he's showing so well now under Kenny 
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Hes best in a more advanced midfield role. 

Him a d McGrath as the the advanced two in 3421 with Cullen and Knight as the defensive pair.

Robinson playing centrally.

With all due respect, I dont agree with that at all, he's better coming from deep where he can see the game develop in front of him. Part of the reason Irish fans have an issue with Jeff is that various Irish managers have tried to shoehorn him into roles that dont play to his strengths, no. 10 being one of them. He has also been used as a right sided midfielder by previous Irish managers. He is at his best in a midfield 2 with a licence to link play and roam forward, his current position alongside Cullen, who likes to hold more, is ideal. He was also a very decent holding midfielder in his time at Derby taking the ball from the defence and starting play from there, he can do that job also if Cullen is absent.
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