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What I liked about him was that even though it was his first game for us he never stop talking and organizing.  Sort of like the opposite of Lovren.....,

He comes as advertised, the total package, the leader we've been crying out for.

 

Could not possibly have made a better start.

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What I liked about him was that even though it was his first game for us he never stop talking and organizing.  Sort of like the opposite of Lovren.....,

 

We might even be able to field Lovren without him looking like a total clown if this chap babysits him the whole game.

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He comes as advertised, the total package, the leader we've been crying out for.

 

Could not possibly have made a better start.

Lex luger comes to mind The Total Package

 

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He’s missed a lot of football in the last year and he’s barely trained with the squad, so there was a little bit of rust. With that said, he was magnificent, both in defence and at the other end in getting the winner. But the best thing of all was the way he came in and bossed it. He told others where they needed to be and I got the impression that Robertson and Karius were orchestrated a bit.

 

This sort of thing is just what we need! A commanding presence but also a vocal presence, who is not afraid to tell the others what’s what. He will knit that back line together and we are going to become a fantastic unit.

 

Welcome big Virgil. Great start. Onwards and upwards.

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Best debut I’ve seen in a long while. He’s the rub, though, he’s a yard slower than he will be in a couple of months. He’s in a team with virtually no midfield which will change at the end of the season. We are looking at new goalkeepers. So this was a very impressive sign of things to come.

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