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I think they said on Feilhaber's podcast that it was Felipe that Tyler body slammed. 



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That's who I suspected. Punkass persona on the field and probably felt the competition for his spot.

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Interest from Man U?

 

https://www.football...ar-tyler-adams/

 

He's looked good for Leeds so far.  He covers so much ground and is generally a good passer, although he's sometimes a little too safe for me.  I think  he gets caught chasing the ball too much, but he can improve on that.

 

There's probably not much to this report, but if I were advising him I'd say stay at Leeds rather than go to Man U.  At Leeds, he seems to be a lock starter.  At Man U, who knows how much time he'd get.



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https://www.thesquar...-adams-gets-it/

 

Be sure to read the quote at the end.



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https://www.thesquar...-adams-gets-it/
Be sure to read the quote at the end.


Lets hope he can keep this attitude in Qatar, without overdoing it. An edge will be needed in each game.
It would also help if his attitude is contagious.

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Did we ever before have a WC player whose first name and last name are "Presidential"?



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Did we ever before have a WC player whose first name and last name are "Presidential"?


Taylor Graham is just waiting on the Lindsey Graham presidency and he's in the club.

I suspect he'll be waiting for a while.

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What do Leeds fans think of Tyler Adams? 

 

https://youtu.be/acB4Cjfed-U


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Then you're nearly in the middle
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Interest from Man U?
 
https://www.football...ar-tyler-adams/
 
He's looked good for Leeds so far.  He covers so much ground and is generally a good passer, although he's sometimes a little too safe for me.  I think  he gets caught chasing the ball too much, but he can improve on that.
 
There's probably not much to this report, but if I were advising him I'd say stay at Leeds rather than go to Man U.  At Leeds, he seems to be a lock starter.  At Man U, who knows how much time he'd get.

I prefer my DMid to be safe.

Agree the ball chasing will get better in time. Double edged sword because sometimes when he chases he causes a turnover. Bradley used to chase a lot when he was young. He got much better with that as he got older (then of course the foot surgery and it was all downhill).

You don't play harder as you age. You play smarter. Hopefully.




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