The defender has been with the Blues since 2015 when he was signed from Bury.
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1 Posted 04/06/2019 at 18:42:11
Not seen as much of him this season, but I think hes another caught between two positions at left back and centre back. For me, hes got a better chance at centre back but he needs to fill out some more.
2 Posted 04/06/2019 at 19:23:16
I can't see him making our first team; maybe management see a transfer value in him or they need him to start u23 games when Gibson and Morgan Feeney go on loan.
3 Posted 04/06/2019 at 20:02:23
4 Posted 04/06/2019 at 20:11:38
5 Posted 04/06/2019 at 20:18:39
Watched the England U-20 against Portugal before, I was surprised that not one player from Everton was in the squad, anyway they are out now beaten 3-2, serves them right for not having any of our lads to bail them out.
That Reece James made a good account of himself, I wouldn't mind getting him in, but again it's Chelsea, so anything could happen.
6 Posted 04/06/2019 at 22:53:16
Its now or soon, meaning some time, but with some mentoring, he can do a job.
3 years ago, he was in my view the best defender, and evolving, he must adapt to the nest season.
Well earned Matty,.
7 Posted 05/06/2019 at 00:29:58
8 Posted 05/06/2019 at 12:16:33
9 Posted 05/06/2019 at 12:43:51
Are there any good looking prospects there? Although at such a young age they can look good then fade into obscurity a couple of years on, but usually real talent stands out.
I remember watching the Spanish U-18's and Deulofeu really stood out even then, and I was really happy when we got him, it was a great pity he was mis-managed and let go.
He was always criticised for not dropping back to help the defence out, which to a degree was true, but now he has matured and with Watford of all teams, he seems to have matured, and has proved time and time again, he can win a match single-handedly.
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