I’d go with that lineup, except I’d probably put Schmeichel in to regain some confidence after the disaster that was last night.Sheffield United are a better side than Fleetwood and Peterborough so a stronger first eleven may be necessary.
That's pretty much one of our strongest selections and should be way too much for The Blades. I don't understand all the criticism of James. He was poor yesterday but then, they all were (in fact he was markedly better than Silva and no worse than Ndidi). Neither Iborra or Silva have impressed me this season so far (albeit Silva having only a few appearances from which to form an opinion) as they seem far too pedestrian and give the ball away cheaply too often. James has played well for most of his starts and should be above both of them in the pecking order based on form shown.
I really want to see Jakupovic given a chance to perform well again and then to carry that through to a premier League game.
Yes - that's the difficult call Puel has to make. What you say makes perfect sense and would probably be a better idea as we don't want to have a keeper with that kind of stuff festering in the back of his mind.I’d go with that lineup, except I’d probably put Schmeichel in to regain some confidence after the disaster that was last night.
Kasper's distribution has been woeful since always. I ask myself many questions:Yes - that's the difficult call Puel has to make. What you say makes perfect sense and would probably be a better idea as we don't want to have a keeper with that kind of stuff festering in the back of his mind.
I think Kasper's distribution is just getting on my nerves now. Maybe I'm being a tad over-reactionary; that's not like me at all.
No Muzzy Izzet, Frank Worhington or Steve Lynex (to mention only three)?My former heros in no particular order
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