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I'd say that Royer was at a similar level before he came here. But yeah, I'd much prefer the finished product.

if he could be Royer / Philly Union player Kacper Przybylko who was B2/B3 that would be good.

 

Still want more


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if he could be Royer / Philly Union player Kacper Przybylko who was B2/B3 that would be good.
 
Still want more


Never forget Andreas Ivan had B3 experience

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Never forget Andreas Ivan had B3 experience


16 matches in which he neither scored nor assisted.

Kyereh played 34, scored 15 and had 5 assists. 6 goals and 7 assists in his first season in the 2.Bundesliga on a team that was relegated.

Not sure thats a fair comparison

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Finally.  This guy appears to have speed, strength, and a shot, with some dribbling skills.

 

A sense of some real talent.  Not a project.



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If he's a striker, he's got to be better than what we have now and he goes right into the starting lineup.  If he's a midfielder, things get crowded.  Does he send one of Valot/Royer/Kaku (likely Valot) to the bench?



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In terms of realistic signings, this seems like a decent one. Wish we would do better, but he'd probably improve the team which is better than nothing.
Frankly, since I am merely a fan and a not a fancy American soccer writer, I'm going to congratulate Wright-Phillips on a well hit goal. If I was an American soccer writer, I'd claim that the recently retired Henry was wearing an invisibility cloak and carried the ball into the net for the obviously unskilled Wright-Phillips.

If you scan YouTube looking for Bradley Wright-Phillips, youll find numerous goal compilations, a few interviews and, eventually, an excerpt from the grime mixtape series Lord of the Mics.

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If he's a striker, he's got to be better than what we have now and he goes right into the starting lineup.  If he's a midfielder, things get crowded.  Does he send one of Valot/Royer/Kaku (likely Valot) to the bench?


Why not Davis?

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Why not Davis?

because this guy seems like an attacking mid (i.e. winger) or forward.  davis is neither of those, so he wouldnt be the one getting bumped in the lineup



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Played predominantly CF/ST in 3.Liga, more as a winger this past season.

Depends on formation, I guess. Could slot in as a striker in a 4-2-2-2, or as a LW or ST in a 4-2-3-1. Probably would become the best option up top, until and hopefully, a more marquee striker is signed.

If hes signed, is any good, and the team moves on from or lessens Royers role in the near future, he could occupy the LW or second starting striker role that Royer currently occupies in either the 4-2-3-1 or 4-2-2-2.

Conceivably he could also play in either Kaku or Valots roles as well in either formation.

tl;dr he can play anywhere in the front four

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Ideally, if we're fortunate and he works out, I'd like to see primarily the 4-2-3-1. This dude as the lone striker, slot Royer back to the left wing. 



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Just sign him
Worry about the rest later.

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Don't get the excitement about this.

He scored every 4 games in the 2.Bundesliga and had a scoring rate in the 3.Liga almost identical to Terrence Boyd.

He'll be a squad player, nothing more. This signing is just a continuation of the same transfer policy - bring in a ton of mediocre dudes on the cheap and hope you accidentally strike it rich on one.

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Don't get the excitement about this.

He scored every 4 games in the 2.Bundesliga and had a scoring rate in the 3.Liga almost identical to Terrence Boyd.

He'll be a squad player, nothing more. This signing is just a continuation of the same transfer policy - bring in a ton of mediocre dudes on the cheap and hope you accidentally strike it rich on one.

 

I tend to agree and I think the excitement/optimism about this is indicative of just how poor our situation at ST is right now. 



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because this guy seems like an attacking mid (i.e. winger) or forward.  davis is neither of those, so he wouldnt be the one getting bumped in the lineup

Exactly.  Now, if we're talking Yearwood, who seems like more of a defensive midfielder, he competes for time with Davis and/or Cacceres and maybe sends one of them to the bench.



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I tend to agree and I think the excitement/optimism about this is indicative of just how poor our situation at ST is right now. 

For sure, but fixing that problem requires spending real money.

It's the same issue that Newcastle has had at right back. They've wanted to replace Yedlin for years, but will only spend £6-8 million on a replacement. So now, they have 3 right backs who are all mediocre in different ways.

Same as here. This guy will probably be fine, but then so is White, so is Royer (as a striker), and Barlow and Jorgensen are something a little less than fine. This signing doesn't really do anything except add a new name to the team.




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