Jack Sparkes

Ian Tarr

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Just to add a little more perspective, Jack is still only 20. Far too early to be writing him off.
 

tonykellowfan

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We should be keeping Sparkes for next season for sure. He is a good prospect and has plenty of time to develop. Look at Jay for example.
 

The Proper Chap

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Sparkes has plenty of ability and a great left peg however it often looks like he is dragging a caravan down the left wing.

He needs to sharpen his game up.

Taylor needs to stop playing him as a left back / wing back, it isn't helping him.
 

Grecianpasty

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Sparkes' inconsistencies with his leg peg are infuriating. Especially as we know how good it can be.

I'm not the biggest Willmott fan, but taking him off when his delivery had been great the moment that Fisher came on was a poor tactical error from MT.
 

The Proper Chap

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I'm not the biggest Willmott fan, but taking him off when his delivery had been great the moment that Fisher came on was a poor tactical error from MT.
Yes, seemed a very strange move, seemed so obviously the wrong thing to do.
 

geoffwp

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Sparkes' inconsistencies with his leg peg are infuriating. Especially as we know how good it can be.

I'm not the biggest Willmott fan, but taking him off when his delivery had been great the moment that Fisher came on was a poor tactical error from MT.
In your opinion, which no doubt like everyone else on exeweb is from an amateur standpoint, or maybe semi pro at best.
 
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