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    Quote Originally Posted by inarsenewetrust View Post
    brightons game doesnt suit him at all. But hughton keeps playing him now, Thats good. He owes him that for dragging him to this godforsaken place. ARJ needs to find confidence, but in this system that will take a while. Next week they play cardiff, ARJ should find it easier to find some space and get some service.
    he must get assist or score against them, if he does not have a injury

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    Everton was a very physical team, and their full backs were very fast. Even so, he is and always will be an attacking winger. His place isnt at the halfway line between three big guys trying to trap the ball, it’s on the wings taking on a full back

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    We've all got our opinions, I think the match was lost at the back 4 today. Really poor passing the entire time made the 4 in front of them look much worse since the midfielders would receive poor passes while being pressured by a couple everton players. They lacked patience and even when they were patient they still would make poor decisions and poor passes. Brighton's back 4 had less than 80% completion of passes ignoring the bad passes made to players immediately dispossessed, less than 80% isn't really excusable for me for defenders.

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    Brighton have not played well all season. Results have masked poor performances. Passing has generally been poor.

    Two things have improved, defending set pieces and Ryan looks more confident in goal. The rest has gone down from last season. Not really the defence when Bruno plays.

    Brighton don't press properly. This is a new thing and it doesn't work. Just puts the defence out of shape.

    The fourth time Albion have conceded three or more away in the PL.

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    I've said this a million times but this is why the Dutch league sucks so badly, gives a false sense of superiority to average players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Pouya View Post
    I've said this a million times but this is why the Dutch league sucks so badly, gives a false sense of superiority to average players.
    thats an unfair assessment. IF you watch the game, yes ARJ doesnt play good, but nor do ANY OTHER offensive players for brighton. ARJ is so far back idk what he can really do.

    Imo, bissouma needs to play, he was great in his cameo today. ARJ needs to keep playing and hope he hits form soon, but the team in general needs to move up the pitch, they are so damn deep. And the cms are to crappy to carry the ball or dictate tempo, at least bissouma was able to add a bit of drive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happydoggo View Post
    This was somewhat disappointing and embarassing at the same time. I really wanted ARJ to be their starplayer, but even it even feels like March has the same output as him ingame. It also feels like he is getting worse and worse? The first game of the season against Watford when he was substituted in, he did waay more than anyone else in a short time span, he would win against his man almost everytime and he created a goal chance and didn't lose possession, all in like 15 mins? Granted, his team played like absolute shit.

    He seemed very confident when he first was substituted in, so I wonder if someone told him something later on that made him play worse. Almost as if he didn't belong in the team or something.
    the whole Brighton team was pretty much Outclassed today and they couldnt string up more than 2 passes nor could they get into any sorta offensive rhythm, ARJ including..! (at least in the 2nd half that i watched..!)
    Every week could well be a whole different feature for teams in EPL, depending on the quality of the opponents and how the game plans for teams unfold..! same Brighton looked like a world beater a few weeks back beating ManU..!

    hopefully he can recover full fitness in time for the next game, i think they will fair much better next week at the bottom league dwellers Cardiff, but being an Away fixture? it will still be a stiff challenge..!

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    brighton needs two Kayals. Drop Stephens and Propper. start Biss.

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    stephen is one of the crappiest midfield players I have seen. The guy cant turn and play a forward pass to save his life. And brighton fans claim hes is like the lynchpin of their team. Tells you everything you need to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inarsenewetrust View Post
    thats an unfair assessment. IF you watch the game, yes ARJ doesnt play good, but nor do ANY OTHER offensive players for brighton. ARJ is so far back idk what he can really do.

    Imo, bissouma needs to play, he was great in his cameo today. ARJ needs to keep playing and hope he hits form soon, but the team in general needs to move up the pitch, they are so damn deep. And the cms are to crappy to carry the ball or dictate tempo, at least bissouma was able to add a bit of drive.
    I meant in general. I still give ARJ time till the end of the season to make my mind on him but I refuse to judge him as a top player solely on his performance in the Dutch league.

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