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Had a good game, though.  He still has some things to work on (for one thing, he needs to stay on his feet a bit better) but his pace and control while running with the ball is excellent.  If he can improve his balance and play with his head up a bit more he's going to be a very good player.

 

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Not keen on the falling over for no reason when you have two passes on or a clear sight of goal but otherwise he's clearly an excellent prospect.

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His control of the ball and pace look great. Another one to scare the shit out of defences.

 

When he's on his feet like.

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The lad looks like a good prospect. Strong. Willing to try and win the ball from the front. Cracking pace. And no fucking about with the penalty - straight in the corner.

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Watched their first game of the season and that was enough. Brutal football. Origi had the best and only real chance of the game. A back post header that he should have buried but the keeper made a good save tbf.

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Starts tonight in the Champions League qualifier against Porto. The game is being shown live on Sky Sports 5, I believe.

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