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Can't believe people are still defending him on here. He's absolutely awful and was at fault for 2 goals last night

 

Penalty was blatant when you see the correct replay which actually shows the incident. He was also to blame for Forest goal too

 

Since the restarted, he's been at fault for 3 out of 5 goals we've conceded so far. Speaks absolute volumes. So far out of his depth 

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2 minutes ago, areNOTwhatTHEYseem said:

 

I still think this one was soft...

 

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Maybe the player goes down easy, but Moses still let him get the wrong side of him then decided to put his arms / hands all over him. 100% a penalty

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I do find Odubajo's Wednesday career really odd so far. It's not as if he arrived as an unknown entity - he played 43 games at right-back when Hull won promotion to the Premier League under Bruce, so he's certainly got the pedigree. Clearly Bruce saw someting in him and felt that he could add to our squad, but for whatever reason, things just haven't worked out for him thus far.

 

Last night was typical of what we've seen from him so far: some great defending, but then a moment of real laziness to drag their attacker back in the box which conceded the penalty that put us massively on the back foot.

 

I'd love for him to recapture his Hull form in a Wednesday shirt, but that seems to be wishful thinking at the moment.

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21 minutes ago, smhouston said:

Can't believe people are still defending him on here. He's absolutely awful and was at fault for 2 goals last night

 

Penalty was blatant when you see the correct replay which actually shows the incident. He was also to blame for Forest goal too

 

Since the restarted, he's been at fault for 3 out of 5 goals we've conceded so far. Speaks absolute volumes. So far out of his depth 

 

He could have cost us 3 goals as he also slipped in the box last night but fortunately Wildsmith reacted well and came out to block the resulting shot.

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59 minutes ago, areNOTwhatTHEYseem said:

 

I still think this one was soft...

 

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Soft yes!

 

Poor defending, definitely and he gets done like this all the time!

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I am absolutely amazed that a free transfer of a released player from the mighty Brentford isn’t world class.   I am even more amazed that he didn’t entirely thrive playing a position he has barely played before.

 

 

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He actually played really well last night. Touch let him down a bit on a couple of occasions and the penalty was an iffy decision...he just switched off. It happens all the time to us and we don't get them. He'd have been better just letting the guy go, Joe would probably have saved anything he got to. He's a young lad and doing his best. His defending was pretty good and his positioning was excellent. He's improving.

 

I was at Derby and bang in line when the pen was given against him...not in a million years was that a pen, he was fouled. (I'm a ref btw).

 

Give him a chance.

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39 minutes ago, toooldforthis said:

He actually played really well last night. Touch let him down a bit on a couple of occasions and the penalty was an iffy decision...he just switched off. It happens all the time to us and we don't get them. He'd have been better just letting the guy go, Joe would probably have saved anything he got to. He's a young lad and doing his best. His defending was pretty good and his positioning was excellent. He's improving.

 

I was at Derby and bang in line when the pen was given against him...not in a million years was that a pen, he was fouled. (I'm a ref btw).

 

Give him a chance.

 

Whilst I agree with much of this, he's 26. I'm not sure that counts as a 'young lad'!

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3 hours ago, Lord Snooty said:

He was fouled at Derby not the other way about.

Ref had a brain melt. That one shouldn't count.

He got himself wrong side of forward who drew a foul - it was his fault.

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2 minutes ago, ka58 said:

He got himself wrong side of forward who drew a foul - it was his fault.

 

Drew a foul? 

It was a foul on Odubajo. 

 

I'll call a man for his faults. But  that was never a penalty.

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3 hours ago, smhouston said:

Can't believe people are still defending him on here. He's absolutely awful and was at fault for 2 goals last night

 

Penalty was blatant when you see the correct replay which actually shows the incident. He was also to blame for Forest goal too

 

Since the restarted, he's been at fault for 3 out of 5 goals we've conceded so far. Speaks absolute volumes. So far out of his depth 


people would rather moan about Palmer - who’s twice the player

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4 hours ago, areNOTwhatTHEYseem said:

I do find Odubajo's Wednesday career really odd so far. It's not as if he arrived as an unknown entity - he played 43 games at right-back when Hull won promotion to the Premier League under Bruce, so he's certainly got the pedigree. Clearly Bruce saw someting in him and felt that he could add to our squad, but for whatever reason, things just haven't worked out for him thus far.

 

Last night was typical of what we've seen from him so far: some great defending, but then a moment of real laziness to drag their attacker back in the box which conceded the penalty that put us massively on the back foot.

 

I'd love for him to recapture his Hull form in a Wednesday shirt, but that seems to be wishful thinking at the moment.

So why did he play as a left side back three ? I'll give you a clue...we had academy players on the bench last night when Lees pulled out so had to play him. I'm not saying that he didn't make any mistakes but he's right footed and normally plays right back or right wing back. I think the operative word might be right

 

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2 hours ago, daveyboy66 said:

So why did he play as a left side back three ? I'll give you a clue...we had academy players on the bench last night when Lees pulled out so had to play him. I'm not saying that he didn't make any mistakes but he's right footed and normally plays right back or right wing back. I think the operative word might be right

 

Er...right.

 

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7 hours ago, Lord Snooty said:

He was fouled at Derby not the other way about.

Ref had a brain melt. That one shouldn't count.

Ma Lord, he's still a liability. Lots to learn before being a regular #11. Highest penalty player in the league.

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1 hour ago, doubled123456 said:

Ma Lord, he's still a liability. Lots to learn before being a regular #11. Highest penalty player in the league.

 

To be honest, I wasn't expecting much before kick off when I heard he was playing left centre half. 

As it was I thought he did ok , overall. 

I think we'd see the best of him in the right back spot. Unluckily for him Murphy has been one of our best players since the restart.

Though a man drifts off Murphy for one of the goals the other day which has been a wee overlooked! 

 

 

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