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Joe Willock...
Discussion started by Gunnersingh1 , 21 July, 2019 01:02
Joe Willock...
Gunnersingh1 21 July, 2019 01:02
Reminds me of Abou Diaby.

He's grown over the summer and I think he couod be a real surprise this season.

He's tall, quick and can score goals. I hope he's given a chance.

Re: Joe Willock...
MattySadler 21 July, 2019 07:26
I kept saying last season he deserved more minutes. He's come on so much over the last two seasons and I don't think its a coincidence that he's grown physically as well, but he also looks a lot less awkward on the ball.

If he can develop these late runs into the box and knack for goals, he can offer something our current midfield options lack.

Re: Joe Willock...
Merlion96 21 July, 2019 09:42
2 out of these 4 in our CM:

Xhaka
Torreira
Guendouzi
Willock


Cellabos - if he comes on loan.
Burton?
Iwobi is better as a central atatcking midfielder like he played for Nigeria.

Then, if Willock develops by leap and bound by December, we can see Xhaka leaving for "greener" pasture.



'The more things change, the more they remain the same' Alphonse Karr.

Re: Joe Willock...
Gunnersingh1 21 July, 2019 10:53
4-3-3 is the way forward, if we add Ceballos.

Guendouzi, Willock and Ceballos would make a great midfield.

Re: Joe Willock...
Flava 21 July, 2019 12:25
Willock looks like the one who can make it.

Hopefully Nketiah can do a decent impression of a 3rd choice striker


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