Mad that there’s people out there who will still throw the “but he was played out of position” line at you, completely forgetting about this period.He completely stunted the progress of Kenny, that was his biggest offense for me
I remember the thread when we signed him of people saying that Kenny would get his chance and that "If he's good enough for Koeman then he's good enough for me", well Kenny didn't get his chance and Koeman was shown to be a clueless moon faced tit
Yes, it wasn't technically his fault, but he shipped out of tackles all the time and didn't even seem to try and improve upon him being incredibly one footed
He's a cautionary tale in my eyes to never just blindly follow the manager on every decision
The fact we kept playing him and not Kenny when he was stinking the joint up and Coleman was out injured still kind of infuriates me. That would have been a vital development opportunity to Kenny at a critical time in his young career and it got thrown away to accommodate this washed up never was
Yeah he was below average in his main position and awful when played out of positionMad that there’s people out there who will still throw the “but he was played out of position” line at you, completely forgetting about this period.
He was much worse than “below average” Mick.Yeah he was below average in his main position and awful when played out of position
The minute he was signed we all knew he was going in ahead of Kenny, but the Koemanista's knew better apparently....
Jobs for the Boys basicallyWhy he was ever signed is the question that should be asked. 3rd choice at Southampton wasn’t he? Championship standard player. Some of Koeman’s signings are very difficult to explain. He was either on Space Cake or on the take..