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Ceballos MotM? Good Win v Burnley
Discussion started by Arsenal Times , 17 August, 2019 17:14
Ceballos MotM? Good Win v Burnley
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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 21/08/2019 09:19 by Padre Pio.

Re: Ceballos MotM? Good Win v Burnley
Padre Pio 17 August, 2019 17:16
I thoght he had a good game too, fans down at the Bank afterwards were very enthusiatic about him.



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Re: Ceballos MotM? Good Win v Burnley
Gunnersingh1 17 August, 2019 22:35
I can't believe people were saying Ceballos is a downgrade on Ramsey. You can see after 1 game he's a huge upgrade on him in every aspect.

Re: Ceballos MotM? Good Win v Burnley
Ares 17 August, 2019 22:47
Yes as I said earlier, Ceballos is not bad.

Re: Ceballos MotM? Good Win v Burnley
Gunnersingh1 17 August, 2019 23:34
Quote:
Ares
Yes as I said earlier, Ceballos is not bad.

He will improve too. You can see he's not 100 percent fit yet.

I reckon he'll end up joining next summer.

Re: Ceballos MotM? Good Win v Burnley
Kalela 18 August, 2019 00:49
Ceballos was the player I was most excited by when we signed him. He is not very strong but he has an awesome engine, is very skilled and will do anything to win.

Willock is looking like he will be playing a lot for the first team this year. Very composed on the ball for a kid so young. Smart passing and positioning defensively too.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 18/08/2019 02:59 by Kalela.

Re: Ceballos MotM? Good Win v Burnley
Merlion96 18 August, 2019 01:51
Leno is a liability and unsettle the defence with his flapping.

Worse, he lacks communication and poor reading of the game in the box with his team mates like his delay reaction to collect the ball when Torreira shielded it and invited him to collect it.

I rate Fabianski and Szeczency better than Leno. At least, both of them would have collected more hanging balls, flapped less than Leno against Burnley.

DEFENCE and MDIFIELD is still disorganised with Burnley winning virtually all 1-on-1 headers in the box. Worse, virtually all 2nd and 3rd balls from knock-down in the box and in midfield.

Imagine Liverpool and Tiny Totts with far more superior players than Burnley winning all those knock-downs in the box and in midfield.



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Re: Ceballos MotM? Good Win v Burnley
MattySadler 18 August, 2019 15:24
Ceballos vs. Burnley

100% take-ons completed
97 touches
90% pass accuracy
70 passes
19 duels
7 recoveries
5 crosses
4 take-ons completed
3 fouls won
3 shots
2 tackles made
2 assists

Re: Ceballos MotM? Good Win v Burnley
AJ The Gunner 18 August, 2019 16:32
Ceballos really impressed me considering Burnley is a physical side.



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