He is genuinely awful. Knockaert nut-megged him, sent him into next week for their first goal and made him look like a league two left-back all night. The thing is though, he has been like it all season but has gotten away with it purely by good fortune or by Loovens and Lees' good partnership. You're all crying out for a right back, but I'd rather see Palmer on the starting line-up any day than Pudil. He needs to learn that there is more to life for a left back than 4 days of space to the opposition ,no blocking of opposition crossing, poor crosses himself and the below par standards now that he has got himself a contract. No wonder Brighton spent 80% of their attack down our left/their right.