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    Don't want to lecture...but I need to...we need to have confident TM players, if u criticise our players too much we will all pay for it...keep the support going.
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    JB did fine. He was solid defensively and had a few decent efforts at goal. He did what was asked of him.

    BHA lined up very defensively and JB doesn't have the license to come forward like he wants to.

    Compared to his counterpart, JB was much more involved, both offensively and defensively, than Knockaert (who was largely quiet other than the wonder strike).

    I like that JB is finding the confidence in himself to take shots from outside the box. This is what he does best. You feel a goal is coming very soon...

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    I mean don't forget that this game was very hard on the team, we barely had any shots compared to crystal palace... Everyone in Brighton had a game where they played far from their potential imho, and that includes AJ. My opinion is that he was on par with everybody else in the team, and they couldn't keep posession no matter what it seemed anyways, let alone make consistent passing.

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    Let's face it JB has been a failure at BHA so far.

    No goals and no assists in the EPL.

    But he's a good luck charm for them and they win when he starts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by happydoggo View Post
    I mean don't forget that this game was very hard on the team, we barely had any shots compared to crystal palace... Everyone in Brighton had a game where they played far from their potential imho, and that includes AJ. My opinion is that he was on par with everybody else in the team, and they couldn't keep posession no matter what it seemed anyways, let alone make consistent passing.
    Crystal Palace dominated almost every statistic - with more territory, possession, shots and crosses than their opponents.
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    It looked comfortable for Brighton after the first goal. As comfortable as it can be with a 1-0 lead.

    Possession stats: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

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    Lol! Found this on the Brighton FC forum.


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    Alireza had to put in a massive defensive shift today. Was practically playing as a wingback for 90% of the game; those were his instructions. Doing that and coming forward for 90 minutes is exhausting stuff. We have to realize that Brighton was playing extremely conservatively and AJ was also matched up with a really fast and strong fullback. He looked deadliest when he slotted himself centrally in that pocket of space. He and knockheart rarely swapped wings as well.

    I think he could have had more of an impact if Hughton wanted to take a gamble and allow Propper/bissouma to venture further up to help create space. But out of fear of Zaha/Batshuyi/Townsend he kept a deep block. As a winger that means you're trying to build the ball up from practically your own defensive third then making a run in behind the fullback. If you're outmatched on pace then good look getting anything done. The one time he looked deadly was when brighton finally had some possession in the final third and he could get the ball at the top of the box. Played a good ball to Murray which was narrowly called offside, then had a wicked shot. Good win overall.

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    People need to stop obsessing over assists and goals. It's his first season in the EPL. He went from a free flowing offensive player in the dutch league, to being asked to be an opportunistic workhorse.

    His talent & ability is unquestionable. Patience is virtue. If it doesn't pan out, he can play for a team that will better harness his talent.

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    Thought he had a solid match today. Nothing spectacular but he retained possession really well, and only gave it away a few times while the rest of the team just kept kicking it upfield to nobody. Even if he isn't beating his man all the time its good to see him running at players and trying to take them on. Shows his confidence is building. He had a job to do today, he did it well enough and Brighton got 3 points. IMO he deserves to keep his spot in the starting 11 as he looks to finally be adapting to the EPL.
    Also great scenes of him celebrating with the Brighton fans at the end of the match.
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