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    Posted: Yesterday at 11:36am
On the bench again.
Slow progress, but progress nonetheless.
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Originally posted by GreenDodger93 GreenDodger93 wrote:

Originally posted by kevin100 kevin100 wrote:

Delighted for him hopefully he can breakthrough for them. Personally I was praying he would go out on loan to a team like Millwall again this year for another 30-40 games. He’s only turned 21 I get their was a clamour for him to stick with “breaking through in the PL” this year but the Championship is still a decent level for a lad his age especially at a club like Millwall that will likely be challenging for play off places too. people seem to forget in modern football how young 21 is in footballing terms.
How young is it in footballing terms?
 

Just turning 21 is very young in football terms. Doherty Egan Stevens Hendrick Duffy Randolph Hourihane Mcgoldrick all examples of players who were well into their 20s before establishing themselves/playing in the Premier League. exceptions I can think of are Coleman who was still 22 nearly 23 before he was playing regular PL football for Everton Brady about the same age for Hull Shane Long who was a bit part player as a kid 2 seasons for Reading  before dropping down to the Championship for 4 years before he got back up to PL level again and James McCarthy who is probably our last player to establish himself at PL level without dropping down as a 20-21 year old. 10 years ago when in reality it was a bit easier for young players to break into PL teams then it is today. 

Unless you have this FIFA mentality of players are finished by the time they are 28 then yes 20-21 is still young and the only thing a lad that age should be worried about is game time. I do think Molumby has half a chance of breaking into the Brighton team properly before the year is out still. 

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Originally posted by kevin100 kevin100 wrote:

Delighted for him hopefully he can breakthrough for them. Personally I was praying he would go out on loan to a team like Millwall again this year for another 30-40 games. He’s only turned 21 I get their was a clamour for him to stick with “breaking through in the PL” this year but the Championship is still a decent level for a lad his age especially at a club like Millwall that will likely be challenging for play off places too. people seem to forget in modern football how young 21 is in footballing terms.
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He needs to be playing every week. A loan move would be much more beneficial to him and us :)
     
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Delighted for him hopefully he can breakthrough for them. Personally I was praying he would go out on loan to a team like Millwall again this year for another 30-40 games. He’s only turned 21 I get their was a clamour for him to stick with “breaking through in the PL” this year but the Championship is still a decent level for a lad his age especially at a club like Millwall that will likely be challenging for play off places too. people seem to forget in modern football how young 21 is in footballing terms.
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Originally posted by Green Devil Green Devil wrote:

He made it off the bench for the final minute. 
How did he play?
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Originally posted by Left foot Left foot wrote:

Am I right in thinking that that was his premier league debut. 

Hopefully more to come
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Originally posted by Liam Green Liam Green wrote:

makes the bench today which is good 
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Am I right in thinking that that was his premier league debut. 

Hopefully more to come
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makes the bench today which is good 
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He made it off the bench for the final minute. 
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Originally posted by Liam Green Liam Green wrote:

makes the bench today which is good 
Excellent hopefully its not just because of injuries, but its a start. 
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makes the bench today which is good 
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Shame he didn't get the loan move before the window closed but January is rapidly approaching so, if he gets a move then, he could be bang in form in time for March.
Here's hoping.



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Hes been a bit rusty due to lack of first team action, heavy touch on occasion, not as sharp in the pass as he would be if playing regularly.

But the lad has done well, at 21 and happy to get stuck in with a tackle, covers a lot of grass, decent passer of the ball, calm under pressure, can carry the ball forward and always wants it. High energy levels

I see him as a defensive midfielder. He doesn't seem to have the weighted through ball or composure in front of goal needed to be an attacking midfielder. Id happily be proved wrong.

He'll get a loan move and be an ireland first team player
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The only issue with Molumby is how little football he has played generally, 18 months out with injury at crucial stage of development.  Did well when he finally got a run of games with Millwall, all though did fade a bit, which is to be expected.  This season was when he really needed to keep momentum going and he's ended up with Brighton u23, despite having a decent game the one start he was given.  He will be a big player for Ireland in years to come, and has done ok in his appearances so far.  He seems determined to get away from Brighton if he's not getting games so hopefully he does that in Jan.
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Molumby has been dreadful?! LOL

It genuinely baffles me how some people can come to that conclusion watching the same matches. 

Apart from the Finland home game where he looked way off the pace like the rest of them, he's done pretty well in all the other games. I think he's going to be a guaranteed starter for the next campaign tbh. 






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Agreed. Chap's 21, only starting his international career with not much club football under his belt. Give him a break 
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