Thought a couple of weeks ago,when options were running out,Jet might have been useful as back up for defence. Get the impression he could read a game well,making up for lack of mobility.
Could be Ifil-esque too, but if we get desperate enough again.....
Think with the likely departure of Ferguson in January, slot McRorie in his role. We'll have defenders back then to cover and let him play the MF role. Think he would be handy in the middle, he's got an engine on him.
I like the looks of Teddy Jenks, not sure if that can be permanent but he looks good also.
Samuels... speaking with neighbours of Glass, apparently he is a great player but has a low footballing IQ, his technical knowledge is limited and struggles to take this into his play.
Watkins and hedges are very exciting players and entertaining.
Ramirez is a good striker and going to be a success (as I predicted when signed)
We have some great play when we click...unfortunately we havnt for a while.
I disagree. In the last two games his movement was excellent. He doesn't move far or fast, he just drifts left to right across the pitch, dropping deep too, if necessary. The number of times in the Livingston game he received the ball in space demonstrated that perfectly. Less so in the St Mirren game, but still fairly regular. He doesn't charge about like an idiot, he just watches his opponent and takes a few steps away from him at the right time, offering an outball. It's intelligent movement rather than constant movement, which is what you need from a player of his pace (lack of). I sit in the RDL, and maybe it's more obvious from the end view, compared to if you were in the South or Main or watching on TV - because his movement is quite horizontal at times. It requires a strong and disciplined midfield two to prevent the break though, as he's clearly not getting back to defend in any hurry. Ferguson provided that on Saturday very well, and less so Brown (what the fuck was he doing for their goal?) who looks like he might benefit from the 7 day rest.