I’m definitely a snowflake and I hug trees and don’t wash regularly, but when deciding on things I prefer facts to opinions, which of course you are entitled to have and express on an open forum. Of course you don’t like facts and stats that contradict your opinions, who does, but just ignoring them and accusing others of getting upset is a bit rich (pun intended). If you think 16% is “frequent” in the context of a fast flowing match against committed (albeit limited) opponents, can you give us an example of the stats you would expect from an ABOVE average player, one that would reduce the pain you say you feel from watching one of our most improved and committed players? C’mon Rich, we all know your schtick on here & Twitter is to be angry and contrarian to wind people up, but you’re amongst friends here, just once, just for us, crack and smile and gives us a WHOOP – promise we won’t tell anyone.
From: Richard Walker <richleed...@yahoo.co.uk> Sent: 14 August 2019 10:37 To: leeds list (firstname.lastname@example.org) <email@example.com>; Richard Naef <rich...@triumph-computers.co.uk> Subject: Re: [LU] Kalvin Phillips' averageness in stats. stats are stats and looking at those they mean nothing. For instance they don't include his shot that went over the stand in the first half. I'd prefer to go with what I saw and overall I thought Philips did ok with a definite improvement in the second half with one or two really good passes. First half though, he was dreadful. His passing was all over the place, frequently giving the ball away (that must have been the 16% inaccurate passes). The most worrying thing is when he got done for pace by Towell and you could see he just didn't have the acceleration to recover. I like Philips, he's a local lad and he's doing ok at this moment in time but let's have a reality check. Some fans are saying he could be England captain whereas I think he's a good championship player and would struggle in the PL. It makes me laugh when fans get all upset when you point out a player's faults in a match and get all abusive and start crying particular on Twitter however there are 1 or 2 snowflakes on here. Come on, grow up FFS. On Wednesday, 14 August 2019, 09:01:10 BST, Richard Naef <rich...@triumph-computers.co.uk<mailto:rich...@triumph-computers.co.uk>> wrote: Kalvin Phillips vs. Salford City: 128 touches (most) 🌟 99 successful passes (most) 🌟 84% pass accuracy 15 successful long passes 5 ball recoveries 2 chances created 2 accurate crosses 2 shots on-target Defensive midfielder. _______________________________________________ Leedslist mailing list Info and options: https://mailman.gn.apc.org/mailman/listinfo/leedslist To unsubscribe, email leedslist-unsubscr...@gn.apc.org<mailto:leedslist-unsubscr...@gn.apc.org> Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/leedslist/ RIP Jimmy WAC-COE _______________________________________________ Leedslist mailing list Info and options: https://mailman.gn.apc.org/mailman/listinfo/leedslist To unsubscribe, email leedslist-unsubscr...@gn.apc.org Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/leedslist/ RIP Jimmy WAC-COE