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The Super John McGinn Thread

gator

Vital Champions League
#23
You are correct ggs. Des was a fantastic servant to villa. I remember as a kid watching him run miles and miles and miles around Sutton park during the summer, when most of his teammates were off to Marbella....
He was one of them players as young lad I never fully appreciated till he had gone.
 

northamptonvillan

Vital 1st Team Regular
#24
The Hibie omens are good; Cropley, Bremner, McGinn - somebody tweet him lol.

Mightily impressed that he turned down Celtic to come to us. Says something about his character IMO. Really hope he's as good as villahibs thinks he will be.
 

Melon Donkey

Vital Football Legend
#33
Fair play to him. He could have gone to Celtic but when people talk about going to Celtic for European football of course it's only until November when they get knocked out of the group stages.
With a 1-1 home draw last night against AEK they have a job on to get through qualifiers.

As for league challenge. It's a non event in that league.
 

gator

Vital Champions League
#34
This guy looks quite exciting wouldn't say he was the final piece of the jigsaw but his signing will surely allow Jack to play in the hole and concentrate on tearing defences to pieces this could be the signing that gets us up.
 

Melon Donkey

Vital Football Legend
#35
My worry is Bruce insistence that the ball goes wide at every opportunity. He clearly is a player that can pick the central forward pass and drive through the middle. Will he be told otherwise. This is why I don't think we have seen the best from Connor.

You watch Hourihane and the other midfielders. They pass backwards and sideways when there is the opportunity to turn and take the space in central areas.

Bruce remains the man for me currently but this issue drives me to distraction at times.
 

OVB

Vital Squad Member
#36
My worry is Bruce insistence that the ball goes wide at every opportunity. He clearly is a player that can pick the central forward pass and drive through the middle. Will he be told otherwise. This is why I don't think we have seen the best from Connor.

You watch Hourihane and the other midfielders. They pass backwards and sideways when there is the opportunity to turn and take the space in central areas.

Bruce remains the man for me currently but this issue drives me to distraction at times.
He could be superb for Hogan when he is fit