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We can now all agree that defensively we are a solid unit .. I think IF monk can get fessi playing anywhere near his best we could be a real threat .... we haven't got much creativity, forestieri could unlock tight games ... I remember monk playing jota behind a big no9 at brum and it seemed to work ... who knows ,what you lot think

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I don't think he fits in our system long term, however I would happily place him in front of Reach and Murphy for the opposing winger slot on current form. Really don't rate Murphy and think Reach needs a break.

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I just don't see where he fits into our system.no way would i drop Harris for him, and Reach creates more chances. Fessi is a squad player for me , an impact player from the bench.

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I can't really be putting too much faith in someone who, for whatever reason, has been pretty much a non-entity for two seasons now.

 

No disputing his talent, but I'll not be holding my breath. 

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Just now, modboy said:

Seems troubled if you listen to Hutch's comments on the extended Wigan highlights. As he says though he does prefer 442 so fingers crossed

Slight exaggeration.

 

Hardly *troubled*

 

 

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He is the only player we have who can play between the lines Without him, or someone like him, our attacking options are very basic Yes there are a few reservations about how he might fit into our current set up, but we’d have similar problems with any skilful ball player If we want to be successful, at some point we have to incorporate players who are comfortable on the ball

 

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1 minute ago, gurujuan said:

He is the only player we have who can play between the lines Without him, or someone like him, our attacking options are very basic Yes there are a few reservations about how he might fit into our current set up, but we’d have similar problems with any skilful ball player If we want to be successful, at some point we have to incorporate players who are comfortable on the ball

 

 

Agreed

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