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Tucker

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I think that is exactly what Ange is talking about when he talks about Bissouma having areas he needs to improve on.

Even without improving it he is still amazing but, if he does improve that side of his game, it would take him and us up another level IMO.
He’d be approaching Modric levels if he started picking out incisive passes on a regular basis.
 

HNIM

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Aug 12, 2020
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The situation in the video has nothing to do with holding the ball too long, as he literally had no-one to pass too until the end.
He arguably still didn't have anyone to pass it to. How he saw it and got it there is ridiculous. The thing is, he knows he can see things others can't and that's why he holds on too long in some situations, because he expects to do something good and he's done it before. And honestly, I'm going to give him a certain amount of slack because of that.
 

mill

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May 21, 2007
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Said all summer if hoijberg leaves there’s no need to replace him, what we’ve got needs game time. I think Devine will become a genuine player too. I think skipp will eventually leave but will be important once we’re back in Europe for club trained player needs. Only weakness I see is back up for bissouma, while I think bentancur can play this role perfectly too I like the idea of a proper back up without affecting other positions
 

BorjeSpurs

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bubble07

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Might have been an overkill but would have been nice if biss was also named as one of the vice captains
 

Frank Blank

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His development could be interesting, I can see him as box 2 box all day long but I wouldn’t be surprised long term if he developed into bissouma’s role

I don't know why, but he reminds me a bit of Viera. Which is not a bad comparison by any stretch of the imagination.
 
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