I remember that game and I think he came on at full back. I remember it in particular for a couple of reasons, when I was younger I played a lot of gaelic football and Seamus reminded me of a gaelic footbaaler than anything else... he just went through everything, the Spurs players just didn't know what to make of him.. Gaelic is a far more physical sport.That was my memory of it, but according to the match report on bbc he came on at right back.
Regardless, the majority of his early appearances for us were at RM, im sure of that.
I think they would be nervous of playing Nkounkou at full back just yet.
CA said last night how good he was going forward but was still learning defensively.
We must remember the standard of opposition, there is no doubt that Nkounkou would be targeted if included in a premiership game at the moment and we don't know how he would deal with it.
This is not being critical of the player at all just an acceptance that he is still young and inexperienced and a good premiership forward like Zaha would be a totally different challenge to anything he has faced yet.
Slow day in work and nothing to see or hear on the transfer frontYou’re on form today Bri
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