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Re: Gabriel Jesus

Postby Mikhail Chigorin » Fri Jan 12, 2018 5:03 pm

johnny crossan wrote:breaking news!


Gosh, that's an alarming surprise......the reference to Kompany, that is.

Very worrying indeed.
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Re: Gabriel Jesus

Postby nottsblue » Fri Jan 12, 2018 5:43 pm

Mikhail Chigorin wrote:
johnny crossan wrote:breaking news!


Gosh, that's an alarming surprise......the reference to Kompany, that is.

Very worrying indeed.

Its good news for my money. He is a red card waiting to happen against the pace of Mane and Salah
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Re: Gabriel Jesus

Postby Mikhail Chigorin » Fri Jan 12, 2018 6:07 pm

nottsblue wrote:
Mikhail Chigorin wrote:
johnny crossan wrote:breaking news!


Gosh, that's an alarming surprise......the reference to Kompany, that is.

Very worrying indeed.

Its good news for my money. He is a red card waiting to happen against the pace of Mane and Salah


Agreed NB, but an unfit Vinnie; whoever would have believed that ??
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Re: Gabriel Jesus

Postby PrezIke » Sat May 12, 2018 8:24 pm

Didn't look too happy with his hood on during Yaya's goodbye.

Been wondering if he is a bit "unsettled" and it just added to my curiosity. Okay, sure...maybe he was just cold, but weather isn't going to change in Manchester anytime soon and I do have some feelings he could be off to Spain for the weather and "culture" as he ages.

I am backing him to improve next season, and he still does a lot of things that help us win games other than score, but I know some of our fans are wondering about him as well after his scintillating start. He has just turned 21 so I am nowhere near panicking, but I think he's only here because he was given assurances he would play. I haven't a problem with that as it should mean he will only get experience, and I am very much looking forward to seeing him at the WC.
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Re: Gabriel Jesus

Postby johnny crossan » Sat May 12, 2018 8:39 pm

PrezIke wrote:Didn't look too happy with his hood on during Yaya's goodbye.

Been wondering if he is a bit "unsettled" and it just added to my curiosity. Okay, sure...maybe he was just cold, but weather isn't going to change in Manchester anytime soon and I do have some feelings he could be off to Spain for the weather and "culture" as he ages.

I am backing him to improve next season, and he still does a lot of things that help us win games other than score, but I know some of our fans are wondering about him as well after his scintillating start. He has just turned 21 so I am nowhere near panicking, but I think he's only here because he was given assurances he would play. I haven't a problem with that as it should mean he will only get experience, and I am very much looking forward to seeing him at the WC.

he's lucky Sergio is having a lie down.
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Re: Gabriel Jesus

Postby carl_feedthegoat » Sat May 12, 2018 8:42 pm

PrezIke wrote:Didn't look too happy with his hood on during Yaya's goodbye.

Been wondering if he is a bit "unsettled" and it just added to my curiosity. Okay, sure...maybe he was just cold, but weather isn't going to change in Manchester anytime soon and I do have some feelings he could be off to Spain for the weather and "culture" as he ages.

I am backing him to improve next season, and he still does a lot of things that help us win games other than score, but I know some of our fans are wondering about him as well after his scintillating start. He has just turned 21 so I am nowhere near panicking, but I think he's only here because he was given assurances he would play. I haven't a problem with that as it should mean he will only get experience, and I am very much looking forward to seeing him at the WC.


This might sound weird but if he went this summer I wouldn't be upset as I haven't seen anything from him that makes me get out of my chair like the Agueros and KDB,S and Silvas do , Im of the opinion that we could sign a lot of forwards and in our teams play they would all get tons of scoring chances.

Now if Aguero was to go Id be very fuckign upset.
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Re: Gabriel Jesus

Postby Douglas Higginbottom » Sat May 12, 2018 9:56 pm

Quality footballer and just 21. We are lucky to have him. Scores goals and his movement is fantastic. Sometimes his first touch could be better but we definitely should not be casting doubts in his direction.
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Re: Gabriel Jesus

Postby zuricity » Sat May 12, 2018 9:58 pm

I don't have a problem with Jesus
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Re: Gabriel Jesus

Postby phips » Sat May 12, 2018 10:01 pm

doesnt he always have his hood up in that pink puffer jacket thing? nothing new
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Re: Gabriel Jesus

Postby iwasthere2012 » Sat May 12, 2018 10:57 pm

Douglas Higginbottom wrote:Quality footballer and just 21. We are lucky to have him. Scores goals and his movement is fantastic. Sometimes his first touch could be better but we definitely should not be casting doubts in his direction.


Worst thing about him at the moment is his first touch. Strange, as he is an excellent finisher on either foot.
I like him and think he is the most natural striker we have because he will take the strike on either foot. Too many players we have are totally one footed.

I hope next season he really comes to the fore and he finds his feet in Pep’s system.
Not as an alternative to Kun, but as well as.
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Re: Gabriel Jesus

Postby CTID Hants » Sat May 12, 2018 11:36 pm

iwasthere2012 wrote:
Douglas Higginbottom wrote:Quality footballer and just 21. We are lucky to have him. Scores goals and his movement is fantastic. Sometimes his first touch could be better but we definitely should not be casting doubts in his direction.


Worst thing about him at the moment is his first touch. Strange, as he is an excellent finisher on either foot.
I like him and think he is the most natural striker we have because he will take the strike on either foot. Too many players we have are totally one footed.

I hope next season he really comes to the fore and he finds his feet in Pep’s system.
Not as an alternative to Kun, but as well as.


I personally think both Kun and Gabriel will be this summer's/seasons Pep project like Raheem was last.... Not sure who we have as forwards coach?
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Re: Gabriel Jesus

Postby Dubciteh » Sun May 13, 2018 8:29 am

I think we could do with another striker to take the pressure off. He is only 21 and sergio is sergio so another one up top is crucial.
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Re: Gabriel Jesus

Postby RodneyRodney » Sun May 13, 2018 8:31 am

Dubciteh wrote:I think we could do with another striker to take the pressure off. He is only 21 and sergio is sergio so another one up top is crucial.

Definitely need +1 central attacker.
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Re: Gabriel Jesus

Postby Wonderwall » Sun May 13, 2018 8:39 am

Gabby is crucial to how we play, his stats for ground covered and closing down are excellent for us in the way we are set up to defend from the front. Sergio is a killer but does not have the same attributes as Gabby, if it came down to a choice of which one to keep, I would choose Gabby.
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Re: Gabriel Jesus

Postby Mase » Sun May 13, 2018 8:47 am

Wonderwall wrote:Gabby is crucial to how we play, his stats for ground covered and closing down are excellent for us in the way we are set up to defend from the front. Sergio is a killer but does not have the same attributes as Gabby, if it came down to a choice of which one to keep, I would choose Gabby.


This. Suggest the people giving him stick just go to a match and watch him throughout. His movement causes all sorts of problems and drags defenders all over the show. He's the reason there's so much space for half our goals.
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Re: Gabriel Jesus

Postby Dubciteh » Sun May 13, 2018 9:51 am

Mase wrote:
Wonderwall wrote:Gabby is crucial to how we play, his stats for ground covered and closing down are excellent for us in the way we are set up to defend from the front. Sergio is a killer but does not have the same attributes as Gabby, if it came down to a choice of which one to keep, I would choose Gabby.


This. Suggest the people giving him stick just go to a match and watch him throughout. His movement causes all sorts of problems and drags defenders all over the show. He's the reason there's so much space for half our goals.


I said it above but tevez was best of both. Jesus has time to get there but he is a kid we should be taking pressure off him and a new tevez would be just the ticket.
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Re: Gabriel Jesus

Postby Mase » Sun May 13, 2018 10:27 am

Dubciteh wrote:
Mase wrote:
Wonderwall wrote:Gabby is crucial to how we play, his stats for ground covered and closing down are excellent for us in the way we are set up to defend from the front. Sergio is a killer but does not have the same attributes as Gabby, if it came down to a choice of which one to keep, I would choose Gabby.


This. Suggest the people giving him stick just go to a match and watch him throughout. His movement causes all sorts of problems and drags defenders all over the show. He's the reason there's so much space for half our goals.


I said it above but tevez was best of both. Jesus has time to get there but he is a kid we should be taking pressure off him and a new tevez would be just the ticket.


I'm sure there was a story about Jesus helping paint the streets of Brazil a couple of years ago as a kid, ready for the world cup. He's that young!
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Re: Gabriel Jesus

Postby johnny crossan » Sun May 13, 2018 4:06 pm

Mase wrote:
Dubciteh wrote:
Mase wrote:
Wonderwall wrote:Gabby is crucial to how we play, his stats for ground covered and closing down are excellent for us in the way we are set up to defend from the front. Sergio is a killer but does not have the same attributes as Gabby, if it came down to a choice of which one to keep, I would choose Gabby.


This. Suggest the people giving him stick just go to a match and watch him throughout. His movement causes all sorts of problems and drags defenders all over the show. He's the reason there's so much space for half our goals.


I said it above but tevez was best of both. Jesus has time to get there but he is a kid we should be taking pressure off him and a new tevez would be just the ticket.


I'm sure there was a story about Jesus helping paint the streets of Brazil a couple of years ago as a kid, ready for the world cup. He's that young!

not quite young enough to qualify as club trained unfortunately, cracking finish to the season for the lad though - big boost for him - well done Gabby :D
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Re: Gabriel Jesus

Postby bigblue » Sun May 13, 2018 4:14 pm

World class touch and finish at the end there. What a way to finish the season
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Re: Gabriel Jesus

Postby Mase » Sun May 13, 2018 4:15 pm

He looked really upset when he scored...
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