Post #16
Friday September 23, 2016 1:04am

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were starting to produce higher level players in more quantity by 2022 there no way we can predict who will be there.

West Palm Beach
Post #17
Friday September 23, 2016 2:15pm

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There is always going to be players that pop up from nowhere. Those guys only increase what people are saying about our player pool. They really don't need to be said ad nauseum every time someone brings up the potential player pool for 2022.

Heck there is a good chance that for 2018 that there will be 1 or 2 players that we don't really know about right now that come up and get on the team.
Post #18
Friday September 23, 2016 2:37pm

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What gets people about Beckermans continued presence is that until we try another real defensive midfielder, we won't know what to expect. Cameron has played that role, and may transition into that role again. Kitchen has challenged himself and is so far succeeding. There's Russell Canouse as well pushing on. But it's from the athletic standpoint. Mentally, Kyle is still the best, but against better and quicker players we have seen him lack the athleticism to keep up. Kitchen is at the peak of his physical capabilities right now and for the next few years. I'd really look for him to solidify that spot physically now, and mentally with the repetitions of practice and games.

Post #19
Friday June 2, 2017 7:46pm

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Out at Hearts.

Rey Regicide
Post #20
Friday June 2, 2017 7:53pm

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It's incredibly weird that at one point you name him captain. He gives you want you wanted in midfield.

But as I look over the schedule, from march to may it was getting continually harder, and perhaps Kitchen looked exposed. Ian Cathro was brought in December and he's left some rather scathing remarks. Maybe Kitchen brushed off the loses and their position too non chalantly and didn't exhibit the passion.

Maybe Ian's a punk. Possibly a little of both.

From a technical standpoint I never loved Kitchen. I thought he was a decent player.

I think Derrick Jones is superior from the skillset he has and has 5 years ot maek on Perry. Coupled with the fact that he's athletically superior. Jones is faster, taller, covers more ground. Seems to be stronger too.

Know Nothing
Post #21
Friday June 2, 2017 9:37pm

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Original post from dolcem

Out at Hearts.


Tough to say. Kitchen always seemed to be a player who played with heart (no pun intended) and determination but he wasn't the most technically gifted player. Usually that plays well in Scotland.

I dare say he will find a MLS team to join as he will have some difficulty with a permit in the UK and his game isn't tailored too well for the continent.

Post #22
Wednesday July 5, 2017 7:19pm

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He's transferred to Randers FC


Post #23
Wednesday July 5, 2017 9:26pm

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Glad that he landed somewhere. Randers is Charlie Davies' old club.

Rey Regicide
Post #24
Thursday July 6, 2017 12:42pm

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is this a step up or down?

Know Nothing
Post #25
Thursday July 6, 2017 3:14pm

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Original post from Rey Regicide

is this a step up or down?

More of a step sideways

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