I guess I am just not sure what he does well. He doesn't win headers, doesn't 
hold the ball up, has no pace. He does take penalties well. 

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> On Sep 17, 2016, at 10:03 AM, "nat...@sky.com" <nat...@sky.com> wrote:
> 
> Couple of things - when was the last time our centre halves got such praise ' 
> if Pontus doesn't get you, Bartley will' 
> Of course it is too soon to say our corner / free kick problems are over - we 
> were saved by the post twice and Green looks suspect - but today and 
> supposedly in the last 2 games (especially Blackburn) we conceded a lot of 
> corners and dangerous free kicks and managed to deal with them one way and 
> another.IF these 2 can be that solid week in week out (and not turn to shite 
> if we actually sign them!) then that is the base of a decent side.
> I feel sorry for Wood (NB Sky it is Wood and not WoodS) - the stick he gets 
> from fans is in direct contrast to the praise he got (again) from the ex 
> players and 'experts' - Birtles and the other commentator, Prutts and 
> Holloway all said how well his overall game was, albeit he missed a couple 
> when he got into good positions but the fans still call him a lump of Wood 
> despitethe fact that  his goal scoring record for us, per minute etc, is more 
> than decent. I do get the criticism since he is ungainly etc but I think we 
> need to give the lad a break and give him credit for what he does well rather 
> than stick for what he does badly
> For me today, O'Kane and Vieirra were both annonymous , though TV does not 
> always show how well a defensive midfielder does, and we gave the ball away 
> (Hernandez was another one guilty of this) much too often, and both Dallas 
> and Sacko need more and better end product. BUT we weathered a bit of a storm 
> first half and did a lot better second half and were 'worthy winners' as 
> Dolly used to say
> 
> Going forward we can build on this - get a rock solid defence sorted and the 
> pace and trickery of Sacko, Hernandez and hopefully Roofe, will cause teams 
> problems - we do look like  a team that will be better defending and hitting 
> on the break and that is probably why we are better away from home.
> Another 3 points nearer to safety and even the papers may stop saying Monk is 
> one game away from the scak now (he is probably 3 games away !!)
> Dave
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
>      From: Richard Naef <rich...@triumph-computers.co.uk>
> To: 'Leeds List' <leedslist@gn.apc.org> 
> Sent: Saturday, 17 September 2016, 14:29
> Subject: Re: [LU] Cardiff 0 Leeds 2 (latest)
> 
>> I do think it also helps that we no longer think we're going to concede
> with
>> every corner / set piece which is massive for us. Credit to Monk for that.
> 
> 
> definitely, Jannson the new Molenaar?
> 
> While the performance was pretty dire for most of the match, the players do
> seem to be more confident in each other.  I think we need to give o'kane
> more time he hasn't had a lot of match prective in the last 18 months.
> Hernadez is definitely a luxury player at the moment, his goal was great but
> that was about it from him, Viera was annoymous, but given we were without
> Bridcutt, more to be happy about than usual on a matchday.
> 
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