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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote coyne Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 Jul 2020 at 4:32pm
No one said he was Wes Hoolahan! I don't think himself is either!
But he does well enough in the role to get over 110 appearances in the EPL by doing what he does.

Is it his fault or is it the 2 dinosaurs fault that they play him well back into a flat centre midfielder role where he's most ineffective (he could do better by doing more off the ball)


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He has talent but it incredibly inconsistent - to the point that it makes him a liability. I do think Kenny will bring something out of him, though. He has a good set of skills for a midfield player, especially his notable ability to run a lot.
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He clearly has ability, and if he weren't a hardworking team-player he wouldn't have featured so prominently in a Sean Dyche side.

I do think he'd benefit from a more central role in a side that plays a bit more football, however.
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I'd imagine Jeff will start with McCarthy and A.N.Other in midfield in September as Kenny has generally played two mids and a #10 with two wide men and a centre-forward at U21 anyway.
Maybe McG in that advanced role and Long up top.
Connolly on the left and take your pick for the right.

This should see Jeff looking to take the ball regularly from the defenders and progress it up field.
If he continues to go missing then good luck but I think he has been harshly treated by his previous International managers and I am curious to see how he does in the AUtumn.



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Originally posted by Green Cockade Green Cockade wrote:

Doherty and Connolly maybe more likely than Molumby to feature immediately. Some very good young players will come through in due course with Kenny but he will certainly not throw them into the play-offs.

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in a serious team if you do nothing much in three consecutive games your dropped no matter who you are.

Ireland’s selection of players are so bad that guys can do nothing for three years and still keep getting picked.

You judge a 28 year old player on how he has performed in the shirt. Not on his club form or potential in a new system.
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You judge a player however you want Dots...

Totally agree that players for Ireland could be poor for years and still get picked but in the last 3 years who has been good for Ireland? 

Duffy? He's been OK at best in a team that plays all out defence at times
Randolph? He's made some good saves that I would expect him to make.
Coleman? OK at the back but poor going forward 
Mcclean? Works hard but technically poor

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Originally posted by Claret Murph Claret Murph wrote:

Who cares REALLY .
 
He has been paid up until the end of July with Burnley after that he can sign on the dole  for all i care .
 
One of the most overated palyers ever .

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let’s give Jeff another year. Dyche, O’Neill and McCarthy don’t like their midfielders touching the ball. Kenny will try and play ball and if he signs for a club that tries to play, we’ll see how good or bad he is then.
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Originally posted by King_Kenny King_Kenny wrote:

let’s give Jeff another year. Dyche, O’Neill and McCarthy don’t like their midfielders touching the ball. Kenny will try and play ball and if he signs for a club that tries to play, we’ll see how good or bad he is then.

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Dyche isn't the problem here! If anything he's the protagonist as he's the only Manager thus far who plays Jeff in his preferred role!
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Originally posted by coyne coyne wrote:

Originally posted by King_Kenny King_Kenny wrote:

let’s give Jeff another year. Dyche, O’Neill and McCarthy don’t like their midfielders touching the ball. Kenny will try and play ball and if he signs for a club that tries to play, we’ll see how good or bad he is then.

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Dyche isn't the problem here! If anything he's the protagonist as he's the only Manager thus far who plays Jeff in his preferred role!

Dyche played him mainly on the right wing, which isn't his preferred role.


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Originally posted by coyne coyne wrote:

Originally posted by King_Kenny King_Kenny wrote:

let’s give Jeff another year. Dyche, O’Neill and McCarthy don’t like their midfielders touching the ball. Kenny will try and play ball and if he signs for a club that tries to play, we’ll see how good or bad he is then.

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Dyche isn't the problem here! If anything he's the protagonist as he's the only Manager thus far who plays Jeff in his preferred role!
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I think everyone should refer to J Walters interview where he said everyone at Burnley loves JH because he played out of position without complaint season after season and got slack even from their fans for doing exactly what the manager says. People saying he was playing in position didn't watch Jeff have to play on the right side of midfield to protect that side defensively or way past the midfield not getting involved in play and not being very involved in build up but being around to collect knockdowns and win second balls (which he did well) . I'm not actually shocked Milan would want him. he is perfectly suited to Italian football. 

I think Jeff is of age where a decent run playing in a system that allows him to express himself and not just be a donkey at Burnley for the manager will bring back the technically very good player I imagine most people thought he was at/before the euros where you actually felt in and around the box the lad could punish a team. Almost everyone should have a clean slate going into Stephen Kenny's team because it is clear he will at least attempt to not butcher the technical players games for the sake of being compact playing minnows like Georgia. If he produces the same as he did under McCarthy then fair enough but I really doubt he will in a rotating 3/2 Stephen Kenny midfield.  (I think Jeff or McGoldrick will be the 10 Kenny usually uses)

The only player I don't want to see is Glen Whelan. His career should be over now in green. fair play to him on his effort.


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Any word on Jeffrey?  I thought he'd be learning Italian by now
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Originally posted by Trap junior Trap junior wrote:

Any word on Jeffrey?  I thought he'd be learning Italian by now

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He'll probably end up at somewhere like West Brom.
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Would probably be a good fit with Burnley 
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Indeed...... I think Dyche might be the only Premier league manager that would consistently play him given his limitations. Should seriously consider this career move
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