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Red Duke
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Horteng wrote: 12 Feb 2024, 07:28
Artemis wrote: 11 Feb 2024, 16:25
everyman wrote: 11 Feb 2024, 11:14
George Lloyd works so hard we love that, but he has to add goals/assists to become a great Robin ?
Creating space and chaos for others to exploit and score will do for me. And that's what he seems to be doing well.
Still needs to add goals to his game......
But for poor refereeing, he should have two goals and won a penalty in the last 4 games. If these decisions had gone his way, there would be less questions about the number of goals that he has scored.
RegencyCheltenhamSpa
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Red Duke wrote: 12 Feb 2024, 11:04
Horteng wrote: 12 Feb 2024, 07:28
Artemis wrote: 11 Feb 2024, 16:25

Creating space and chaos for others to exploit and score will do for me. And that's what he seems to be doing well.
Still needs to add goals to his game......
But for poor refereeing, he should have two goals and won a penalty in the last 4 games. If these decisions had gone his way, there would be less questions about the number of goals that he has scored.
The flip of course that all strikers have decisions go against them like that. Just that when it is the only ‘goal’ a striker scores in a game it is more significant than if they scored a couple of others in the same game.
Jerry St Clair
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If Lloyd was a prolific goalscorer, he wouldn't be here now. He'd have long since departed for an upper L1 club for half a million quid.
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Shade
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RegencyCheltenhamSpa wrote: 12 Feb 2024, 11:38
Red Duke wrote: 12 Feb 2024, 11:04
Horteng wrote: 12 Feb 2024, 07:28

Still needs to add goals to his game......
But for poor refereeing, he should have two goals and won a penalty in the last 4 games. If these decisions had gone his way, there would be less questions about the number of goals that he has scored.
The flip of course that all strikers have decisions go against them like that. Just that when it is the only ‘goal’ a striker scores in a game it is more significant than if they scored a couple of others in the same game.
I'd argue that not many strikers have a period like this, two goals ruled out and a certain penalty not given in 4 games, not to mention the other 8-10 stonewall free kicks in the final third he should have been awarded but hasn't.
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