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- May 8, 2011
Plays safe because he knows he’s not got the energy to sprint back knows he needs to make his legs last 90 minutes.Why why why does he not exploit empty space in front of him and get a cross in instead of stopping and passing back?????
Well hopefully Dalot is a possible solution to this problem he was signed for £20m this summer to hopefully avoid having to pay £40m for him next summer but the lad needs to be playing regularly if he's going to improve. Once he's fit the way the league campaign is going they might as well chuck him in for a run of games.The more I read and the more I think the more depressing it gets. There are so many positions that need addressing it it unreal.
Wasn’t that impressed to be honest. He looked like a centre back playing right back.we should have bought Pavard
Laird is a top prospect but it’s hard to judge Dalot really, he has had opportunities but I think a run in the side is where he will really show his talent. I definitely think we need a new right back and have these young guys in reserve.I think a new right back should be the number one priority in the summer. I'm not convinced by Dalot and believe Laird is the better prospect.
I think the way he's played he looks ready made now he's playing every week and he's putting top players in his pocket every week but I guess it's how much faith we have in Dalot to develop quickly. Ideally Utd would have sent him back on loan to Porto to play but they wouldn't have wanted that given the way they operate and injuries have been a problem for him.I'm a big fan of Wan-Bissaka but I can't see any sense in getting another young RB in. Either get a mid-late 20's right back in or place faith in youth and Young. I though Dalot was very good at LB the other week when Shaw withdrew late, and i'd like to see him get a chance in his favoured position, he likely will at Fulham this weekend with Young potentially kept back for PSG.