most people don't know, but I live in South Korea. Sadly my swansea experience the last 2 and a half years has been mainly watching through streams etc. Last week Manchester City had a little trophy tour in Korea and Shaun Wright Phillips was also there. I know some of you possibly might be interested... so I made a video about it. Let me know what you think!
Potential... some nice little skills but came on at a time we were staying back alot... definitely looks like he can cause some problems though.. between him and celina in midfield we look to have some skillful players these days.
Could be possible that VDH saw easy passes so just made them.. he got an assist and his first long ball in the highlights got straight to one of our players and turned it into a good attacking move.
Hard to judge on these highlights but our second goal was pretty quality.. making smart attacking passes, not just long balls. I would like to see more before saying but playing possession football with a few long passes when space is available is not a bad thing.
Best thing for me (I live in S.Korea so it's the only way I can see the games). In the beginning they had some problems but the commentary is decent and the picture quality is worth the money I am paying. I turn off pre game and during half time though.. just see the football.
In the beginning of the season our defence was good.. and our attack was bad. It definitely has changed... we are scoring 2 or more goals alot more recently... but our defence has been letting in more.. We must have sacrificed our defence a bit to get our attacks in order.....
VDH... how many goals has he been involved in the past 4 games.... 3?
thats a first team selection give or take... just 1 or 2 players different...
I hope we play narsingh... even if he doesn't go this window.. I am sure in this league he could do so much. I still think he has the ability, I am curious as to how he hasn't even made the bench till now. maybe an attitude problem? because I definitely think he could be better on the right than dyer.