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Been one of his biggest critics, but he is playing really good at the moment. If he keep it up it'll be hard for the OX etc. to get a look in. Deep running, not scared to pass forward. Like a man posseded atr the moment. Long may it continue.

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5 minutes ago, Johnlj said:

Been one of his biggest critics, but he is playing really good at the moment. If he keep it up it'll be hard for the OX etc. to get a look in. Deep running, not scared to pass forward. Like a man posseded atr the moment. Long may it continue.

Yeah, if we can for a moment ignore the hashtag weirdos, he certainly has raised his game. Pretending he played like this every week for the last five years is pure fantasy, but now that he is then long may it continue. Credit to Hendo, we needed that drive from the middle. 

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8 minutes ago, Numero Veinticinco said:

Yeah, if we can for a moment ignore the hashtag weirdos, he certainly has raised his game. Pretending he played like this every week for the last five years is pure fantasy, but now that he is then long may it continue. Credit to Hendo, we needed that drive from the middle. 

He's playing to a similar standard, but has simply changed position.  You're desperately trying to force the narrative that he's been sub par for ages and is suddenly good.  But it simply won't wash with the #hendo'shashtagweirdoarmy boys.  We're onto you, big time! 

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If it were any other player, being able to adapt to numerous positions (right back, 6, 8) and play them to a good standard would be seen as a strength.  But because it's Hendo, and people nailed their colours to a "shouldn't even be on the pitch" mast earlier on, it's desperately portrayed by the haters as salvaging his use to the team.

 

#weirdoarmy

#legsnotnegs

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6 minutes ago, TK421 said:

He's playing to a similar standard, but has simply changed position.  You're desperately trying to force the narrative that he's been sub par for ages and is suddenly good.  But it simply won't wash with the #hendo'shashtagweirdoarmy boys.  We're onto you, big time! 

Not the ‘ n’ word mate. You’re pushing it now.

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4 minutes ago, Numero Veinticinco said:

Utter. Bollocks.

Plain truth, but you can't see it because your perception of reality is through a funky prism where Joe Allen has more potential. 

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