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Brew's ready?

Discussion in 'The Football Forum' started by rurikbird, Jul 23, 2020.

  1. rurikbird

    rurikbird Part of the Furniture Honorary Member

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    10 goals in 19 starts. 4 goals in his last 6, including this – seems like he's getting sharper and growing in confidence. Maybe we already have our Greenwood?
     
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    I think it's clear he's got tremendous ability in and around the box.
    He seems to be a 'natural' finisher - which this team can use.
    A back up for Bobby - assuming he can do the dirty work - is definitely on this year ... esp considering our $ predicament.
     
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    Definitely deserves a chance. Minimino has been getting decent game time over the last 10 games, so hopefully Brewster would get the same next season.
     
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    SummerOnions Let's Push Things Forward Member

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    I mean, if we are not signing anyone it makes sense to put faith in this lad.

    I can see us surviving an injury to one key player next season, but certainly not two.
     
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    rurikbird Part of the Furniture Honorary Member

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    He's not a back-up for Bobby though – quite an opposite type of player in fact. Zero assists to go with those 10 goals tell their own story. You're going to hurt Mane and Salah's game if you stick him in the middle in place of Bobby, so I would think he plays in place of one of them. But can he play on the wing?
     
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    I don't know much about him but he isn't as quick or skillful as Salah or Mane... whoever he replaces, he changes our game

    The thing is, our front three is so unconventional you could say that about pretty much anyone in the world. It's a blessing and a curse. .
     
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    Modo A contentious scando Member

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    Like I said in another thread, he deserves a chance. Will be interesting to see how he performs in pre season.
    I'd let Origi go.
     
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    Why not.

    If Greenwood can, Brewster can
     
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    I think hes got to be given a chance, 10 goals since January and driving an average Swansea side into the playoffs suggest not just his ability but his attitide is made for bigger things. Hes nothing like Firmino but thats probably a good thing, we need somebody who can give us a different option, not more of the same thing. Id be very surprised if there arent several PL clubs enquiring about his availability next season.
     
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    Dreambeliever From Doubter to Believer -Cashed out to Cashed Up Member

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    Certainly this loan has done him the world of good.
     
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    He has the ability to do pretty much anything in the last third of the pitch. He's much younger than Salah or Mane - Salah didn't look that special when he was a similar age - but I've no real doubt he can develop in a way that comes close to their level now. It's obviously down to his determination, what chances he gets and the extent to which he avoids further injury problems, but in terms of potential he's a special player.
     
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    If any manager in the world can make him a Liverpool player, it's Klopp.
     
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    I'd like to see him get a PL loan next year - these are crunch years in his development and i'm not sure sitting on our bench would help given Minamino & Elliot are likely ahead of him in the pecking order.
     
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    Macca knows more than me but I'd say Brewster is a pure number 9, like Fowler or whatever. He won't be competing with those two I wouldn't have thought.

    I agree that another year might make sense, let's hope he can fire Swansea into the Prem and have a go with them.
     
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    I'd loan him to Leeds, their hatred gives them a fair chance of taking points off our rivals, so we should try to give them a helping hand.
     
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    Yes I saw Dantes=Brewster x Leeds + Premier League
     
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    Disregard the awful music.

    The kid definitely has decent technique, but what I really like about him is that he works hard upfront. Chases down lost causes and harries defenders.
    Imagine him with some muscles, he'd be lethal.
     
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    The fact it is an = and not an > should tell you that it's wrong.
     

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