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The Old Codger
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Congratulations to Ryan on his new two and a half year deal at Wolves - seems to me that we didn't realise how good he might become.
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I don’t think it was ever in doubt Ryan would play top level football , he always looked like he could play prem level even in a poor Norwich team
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He became a player who has only just nailed down a regular starting place in a Prem side. Probably underacheived to what we expected .
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UTTER RUBBISH.

Bennet has had a great career thus far. Any player reaching the prem has achieved a very high standard to command a regular place he certainly has made a good career out of the game. Especially as the prem is full of expensive foreign imports.
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Ryan has forged an excellent career for himself when you consider that he was released by Ipswich as a teenager then picked up by a struggling 4 tier clubs youth team. His standard is lower prem to top end championship but whenever I watch him he still seems to be improving. He always seems very calm, never rash in the challenge, reads the game well and is very comfortable on the ball. I think a couple of things have helped him out recently, playing right side of a back 3 gives him a bit more security around him and also along side Conor Coady who has been superb for wolves and is apparently very vocal and a top captain, who no doubt ushers his other 2 centre halves. Also the fact that he is classed as home grown in this country means that Wolves are more likely to hold on to him to fill the quota as they’ve invested in a lot of foreign players since their takeover.


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John Tondeur - Wembley Stadium Sunday 15th May 2016
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Good on him.Has done really well in the game.

Thing is though take his pace  away and you have half the player. Having spoken to some ex pros they back this up as well. There are players in the game who play at a lower level eg league 1 etc that if had pace would be playing much higher up.


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Good on him.Has done really well in the game.

Thing is though take his pace  away and you have half the player. Having spoken to some ex pros they back this up as well. There are players in the game who play at a lower level eg league 1 etc that if had pace would be playing much higher up.


Gary Jones being the classic example of this.
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He became a player who has only just nailed down a regular starting place in a Prem side. Probably underacheived to what we expected .


Wish i could underachieve.
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Gary Jones being the classic example of this.
Remember seeing Theo Walcott in a pre season game.I was looking at league 2 players  he was playing against and there werent a great deal of difference technically with some of the league 2 players he was up against .Thing he had in his favour though was he had pace which was a cut up above most on the pitch.



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Usain Bolt is rubbish though  


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