Hiram Boateng take a bow

grecian-near-hell

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On todays performance I am in the TPC camp and if we can get some money for him then all well and good, Thanks for the two goals and good luck in the future
 

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I wasn't a great Harley fan but Boateng just seems to lack thet certain something which Harley could produce (Leeds), so I wouldn't be so disappointed if he moved on.

Maybe he is played in the wrong position but what is his best position, I feel not with Exeter City
 

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Could be part of quite a large re-shuffle and cull.

Stand back. Could be messy. Though at least might get some pennies for Hiram.
 

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A scorer of great goals. Not a great goal scorer. Despite his great goals his shooting technique is all over the shop. Rarely 'pings' it. Sort of snatches at it when it falls to him.

Harley had genuine finesse and class. But they're completely different footballers. When Boateng receives the ball during a charging run it's a great. When he has to sit on the ball and dictate play, it isn't.

Sometimes League 2 players look "too good for this league". Then the next week you realise why they're in League 2.
 

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It's a lot about playing playeres in positions where they can best show off their unique talents. Boateng's best attacking the penalty area from the half way line, he's not a striker, he's not a winger, unfortunately Law operates best in the same area. They can not play together and be at their best.
 
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