Who would you classify as a "good replacement" to England's Number One?Great at pens, great at shot stopping & great at 1 on 1's but everything else is weak. I don't buy into the great at kicking myth either. I get frustrated when he tries to find the winger but puts it out of play several times a game which results in the pressure just building on us again. If there is a good replacement available & lined up & also a good fee being offered then i would sell.
Dean Henderson would be a good one, although he's on big wages according to numerous sites.Who would you classify as a "good replacement" to England's Number One?
No idea. The problem i have is the things that bother me about Pickford can be solved by having better players in front of him. When our defense can't pass to a midfield without panicking or being easily pressed, Or a defence that can deal with set pieces, Or a midfield that moves to show for easier passes so it doesn't get passed back to Pickford to hoof. To solve that problem we need funds & we only have a few real saleable assets, one of which is Pickford. It's a dumb position to be in but i think any keeper struggles with our current players so something has to give. I actually think Pickford would do well at Spurs & strengthens his England status if he ended up there. I would rather we sorted the players in front of him rather than selling is my stance though. If it can be done without selling Pickford then I'm happy he is our keeper.Who would you classify as a "good replacement" to England's Number One?
Well the last year would be the first half of this season and the second half of last year. He was good the second half of last year. He's been below average the first half of this year. So we're back at average.
Unfortunately the last three seasons all of his spells of good form have been temporary and brought back down by poorer runs. So average.
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