Post #31
Saturday October 12, 2019 7:32am

Joined Jun 2018
Total Posts: 560
Gedion Zelalem for me. I think he might never be what he could have been. But you look at his Arsenal highlights and it struck me, how calm he was. He would get pressed usually dribble in a circle and make a pass that was perfect. I feel for him. The world was at his feet a couple years ago but now not even a full time starter.

My other selection is Hines-Ike. I think for a defender, he can pass and dribble. I see him as a stalwart with grit. And I like the humble begins and I like how he 24, not too old, not to young either.

Post #32
Saturday October 12, 2019 7:52am

Joined Sep 2012
Total Posts: 3,338

I used wake up early to watch him play for Aarhus (online) back in the good ol days

Post #33
Thursday October 17, 2019 2:17am

Joined Oct 2013
Total Posts: 3,641
Bornstein's return to the MLS for my Chicago fire actually stabilized the team for all its underachievement; bornstein was more than competent. Also definitely better than Daniel Lovitz.

As for today's topic - I don't think we have a guy like this but the closest for me is Arriola. The best thing going all summer was Arriola all over the field interchanging with the #10 Pulisic and causing havoc. I'd make sure he's on the field if I were the coach because he can play off the more talented players he has that soccer brain.

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