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  • #16
    doubt if we'll see another adel on his day unplayable on his off days terrible , eze , promising but the modern midfielder has to do a lot more without the ball

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    • #17
      Adel Stan and Rodders were the three most naturally gifted I've seen down the bush. All different. Adel and Rodney were both physically strong on the ball, not easy to disposess.

      If anything Eze is a bit more like Stan than the other two, although I'm not sure if he has the close control skill that Stan had, maybe but maybe not. Of those four Rodney was the most natural striker, and certianly the best in the air. Adel's strength was creating space, more an AMF.

      Feels far too much like tempting fate comparing the boy to any of them.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by hal9thou View Post
        Adel Stan and Rodders were the three most naturally gifted I've seen down the bush. All different. Adel and Rodney were both physically strong on the ball, not easy to disposess.

        If anything Eze is a bit more like Stan than the other two, although I'm not sure if he has the close control skill that Stan had, maybe but maybe not. Of those four Rodney was the most natural striker, and certianly the best in the air. Adel's strength was creating space, more an AMF.

        Feels far too much like tempting fate comparing the boy to any of them.
        Would agree with that. As far as strength goes Stan may not have looked like the perfect physical specimen but remember he played against some real dirty b'stards who were always out to injure him because he made them look stupid. One busted ankle apart he was rarely injured.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Alanwycombe View Post

          Would agree with that. As far as strength goes Stan may not have looked like the perfect physical specimen but remember he played against some real dirty b'stards who were always out to injure him because he made them look stupid. One busted ankle apart he was rarely injured.
          Was that the broken leg at Bristol City Al? I was there and it was horrible. #######s left him in the car park for ages before the ambulance came too.
          "Paul Furlong is my vintage Rolls Royce and he cost me nothing. We polish him, look after him, and I have him fine tuned by my mechanics. We take good care of him because we have to drive him every day, not just save him for weddings." - Ian Holloway.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Buffalo View Post

            Was that the broken leg at Bristol City Al? I was there and it was horrible. #######s left him in the car park for ages before the ambulance came too.
            Yes, scandalous. Can you imagine that these days?

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            • #21
              Unbelievable Jeff.
              "Paul Furlong is my vintage Rolls Royce and he cost me nothing. We polish him, look after him, and I have him fine tuned by my mechanics. We take good care of him because we have to drive him every day, not just save him for weddings." - Ian Holloway.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Buffalo View Post
                Unbelievable Jeff.
                I know it is

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by 72bus View Post
                  doubt if we'll see another adel on his day unplayable on his off days terrible
                  Not many QPR players that I've seen have been that capable of dictating and winning a game on their own.

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