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    Quote Originally Posted by Prowess View Post
    I was gonna say the same thing: ARJ would have buried it too. Nice goal, but nothing beyond his abilities.

    It's annoying to hear all of the bashing, when it's still his first season, and he plays on a relegation-fighting defensive team. People also forget he signed a 5 year contract. It's far from being a make or bust season. So just be patient, enjoy the journey, and be happy that one of our players is now getting consistent playing time in the world's most competitive soccer league.

    Even if he doesn't "succeed" at Brighton, he definitely will on a more offensive team in a top 3 league.
    Agree, but not sure I see a path to a "more offensive team in a top 3 league", unless he starts scoring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fairplay View Post
    He should be scoring like Son did today against Man. City in championship league, he plays in similar positions. Too bad he does not have good players around him like Son does.
    The rest of the Spurs side did not have much joy in attack. I think Son has got that extra ounce of pace that makes him special.

    Man City played two defensive midfielders from the start, like they did in the last 20 minutes against Brighton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perseus View Post
    The rest of the Spurs side did not have much joy in attack. I think Son has got that extra ounce of pace that makes him special.
    There is no doubt that he is a special club player. Any club side would love to have him in their squad.

    We see him play internationally where he is a completely different player, under our last coach in our 5 consecutive games between Iran and Korea (4 wins and 1 draw for Iran) he was completely anonymous. They were important games (World Cup qualifiers, meaning that Korea were second in the qualifying group two consecutive times).

    So the question always arises for us why he is so different for his club than for his country...

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    This is the reason why Son is so much more ahead of Jahanbakhsh. Jahanbakhsh at the same time was training in Damash Tehran.

    In August 2008, Son dropped out of Dongbuk High School (formerly FC Seoul U-18 Team)[10] and joined Hamburger SV's youth academy at the age of 16 through Korea Football Association Youth Project.

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    JB is a disappointment, but the guy really hasn't had that many chances. He's not evne allowed to take cornoers or free kicks...

    His competitoin Knocky Fart heart has been there 2 years in EPL and just has like 2 goals...not like everyone else is killing it
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    Quote Originally Posted by DR Strangemoosh View Post
    There is no doubt that he is a special club player. Any club side would love to have him in their squad.

    We see him play internationally where he is a completely different player, under our last coach in our 5 consecutive games between Iran and Korea (4 wins and 1 draw for Iran) he was completely anonymous. They were important games (World Cup qualifiers, meaning that Korea were second in the qualifying group two consecutive times).

    So the question always arises for us why he is so different for his club than for his country...
    Son always looked promising because of his pace, he stared quite slowly at Spurs: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    Son, and ARJ, do not have the low centre of gravity or terrific on the half turn. Got a few extra inches on Salah and Knockaert.

    ARJ reminds me in style of Dirk Kuyt. i.e. better in a counter attacking team which currently means Leicester, Liverpool or Bournemouth, by goals on the counter, Brighton are seventh best. NB; Bournemouth and Leicester concede lots from counter attacks as well.

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    In the EPL a winger needs pace. Son has plenty of that. The guy natural speed. That is something ARJ is really lacking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perseus View Post
    Son always looked promising because of his pace, he stared quite slowly at Spurs: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    Son, and ARJ, do not have the low centre of gravity or terrific on the half turn. Got a few extra inches on Salah and Knockaert.

    ARJ reminds me in style of Dirk Kuyt. i.e. better in a counter attacking team which currently means Leicester, Liverpool or Bournemouth, by goals on the counter, Brighton are seventh best. NB; Bournemouth and Leicester concede lots from counter attacks as well.

    Yes I agree. Perhaps not quite the same kind of player (kuyt was much slower, though more selfless, than JB. JB hasn't quite acclimatised to his "new body" and the new league, plus his confidence is shot, because otherwise he was always good to beat a man one-on-one, at least in comparison with people like Ziyech and Kluivert. Didn't really see Kuyt doing that.).

    BTW, much as we have Son's number on an international level (at least we did under our most recent coach), he must be considered Asia's best ever footballer, and within the world-class tier of player.

    Transfermarkt has his value down as 58 million, but I'd easily put him at 80-90 million. [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

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    top quality supporting cast and an attacking formation and team tactics makes all the difference...! just refer to Sardar in Rubin vs the Sardar @ Zenit..!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PEJ View Post
    In the EPL a winger needs pace. Son has plenty of that. The guy natural speed. That is something ARJ is really lacking.
    Pace is both important and hard to judge, esp on TV. Or hard to tell with a new player who may not be at optimum fitness? ARJ has not troubled any EPL defender with a burst of acceleration or a sprint. ARJ looks a little faster than Knockaert, about the same speed as Solly March, and slower than Izquierdo.

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