Well-known Exeweb poster
- Nov 20, 2016
What's funny Ballz ?
It's ok PC, everyone's allowed to be wrong once in a while .I certainly wasn't convinced by him, he looked too casual, too timid and lacking aggression, he's really improved these aspects in recent months.
He attacks the ball now and has enough aggression about him.
Yeah because the likes of Ajose, Fisher, Seymour, Big Nige, Maxted etc etc have been smash hits haven't they !!Just illustrates why I have more faith in the opinion of KMT rather than the views of a Simian "Pep". That's all !
Whereas, your judgement seems to be be based on a coaching qualification, gained on a correspondence course from the University of Crediton !Yeah because the likes of Ajose, Fisher, Seymour, Big Nige, Maxted etc etc have been smash hits haven't they !!
Your position on literally every topic is that the club is right, it's farcical.
It's amazing what playing regular games and gaining experience can do for a player. Much like waiting ten games to see the shape of a season unfolding, sometimes waiting for a player to play a good number of games, around fifty (preferably with a good run in the side), can give a clearer view. It's Ok to have doubts about a player but I remember some writing off of Hartridge early last season.meanwhile, on today's MDT (Harrogate away) Max helpfully suggests that Alex is destined for greater things. I've been wondering whether Alex was starting to move from 'youth product who now plays regularly ' to 'one of the first names on the team sheet - and therefore at 22 being likely to attract interest from higher divisions'.
I've always been a big supporter of Alex, but frankly could understand the 12-18 months when the likes of TPC said ' he seems to have a mistake in him' . But it is looking to me now that Alex has got beyond that and may well be the next one (after Josh Key) to attract bids. Views?