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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusic View Post
    So, just to state the obvious, the only reason we had a chance to win both games versus Derby was because of Redmond.

    We are so reliant on him from an attacking perspective and that showed last night.

    Some of his poor decision making was probably alsondriven from the fact he knew he had to go it alone in order for us to progress.

    Poor penalty, absolutely.

    But he was head and shoulders above any other player on the pitch in both games and is currently our best player.

    This is correct

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    He played well I won't take that away from him but he has a questionable attitude.... way to casual & cocky with the penalty & constantly moans at his teammates .... Thinks he's way better than he is

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr X View Post
    He played well I won't take that away from him but he has a questionable attitude.... way to casual & cocky with the penalty & constantly moans at his teammates .... Thinks he's way better than he is

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    Agreed. Attitude stinks. I mean, the guy realised he wasn’t playing well enough so he spent the whole summer working hard on his game to improve. What a douche. Not only that, but he has the nerve to work harder than most other players on the pitch, both in attack and defence. Also, I heard he has tremendous respect for his mum and makes sure his family benefits as much as possible from his good fortune. I mean, the guy is an absolute arse.

    By the way, it’s a little bit rich given how much you moan on here, to have a pop and Redmond about the same. People in glass houses and all that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr X View Post
    He played well I won't take that away from him but he has a questionable attitude.... way to casual & cocky with the penalty & constantly moans at his teammates .... Thinks he's way better than he is

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    I have to say that this season I have seen very little of that from him, if he has it’s been justified.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Boy Saint View Post
    I have to say that this season I have seen very little of that from him, if he has it’s been justified.
    Playing with a smile on his face this season - even when things aren't going 100% right.

    Does anyone know what the agro was in the second half that earned him a yellow. He was very angry about something an Everton player did?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alain Perrin View Post
    Playing with a smile on his face this season - even when things aren't going 100% right.

    Does anyone know what the agro was in the second half that earned him a yellow. He was very angry about something an Everton player did?
    He kicked the ball underneath Gueye (who was shielding it with his body) and Gueye got up tried to start on him so Redmond held him and shoved him away

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    Suddenly this makes sense:



    Guardiola saying "get rid of that boring, negative manager and start playing with a smile on your face again"...

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    Playing v well but still hugely frustrating as doesn’t have the instinct/‘football brain’ to make the right decision. Same often levelled against Walcott.
    Sounds churlish but will be the difference in some games

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    Real question is, what has happened to his hair?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabbage_Face View Post
    Real question is, what has happened to his hair?
    One too many visits to Smokey's pal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whelk View Post
    Playing v well but still hugely frustrating as doesn’t have the instinct/‘football brain’ to make the right decision. Same often levelled against Walcott.
    Sounds churlish but will be the difference in some games
    Thank god all the other players in the squad make the right decision all the time eh? its such a weird thing to say loads of our players play the wrong ball, play loose passes or try to over complicate things at times its not really criticism that should be levelled at Redmond alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whelk View Post
    Playing v well but still hugely frustrating as doesn’t have the instinct/‘football brain’ to make the right decision. Same often levelled against Walcott.
    Sounds churlish but will be the difference in some games
    Football brain or willing to try something that doesn't happen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by doddisalegend View Post
    Thank god all the other players in the squad make the right decision all the time eh? its such a weird thing to say loads of our players play the wrong ball, play loose passes or try to over complicate things at times its not really criticism that should be levelled at Redmond alone.
    Not a weird thing to say it is what I observe.
    Some players have better reading of the game.
    Such a strange thing to challenge as clearly you cannot comprehend. ‘ yeah but others do it’ so how can it be more prominent in others. Low IQ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabbage_Face View Post
    Football brain or willing to try something that doesn't happen?
    All hail Redmond now eh. I probably supported him more than most and now those same ones who used to slaughter him think he has now become a football genius.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whelk View Post
    All hail Redmond now eh. I probably supported him more than most and now those same ones who used to slaughter him think he has now become a football genius.
    This place career from one extreme to the other. Nah never...

    Like you, I’ve defended Redmond in the past; but I’m not blind to his limitations. I stick by my assertion that his ceiling is Aaron Lennon in his prime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whelk View Post
    All hail Redmond now eh. I probably supported him more than most and now those same ones who used to slaughter him think he has now become a football genius.
    Redmond is a confidence player. Not rocket science.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whelk View Post
    Not a weird thing to say it is what I observe.
    Some players have better reading of the game.
    Such a strange thing to challenge as clearly you cannot comprehend. ‘ yeah but others do it’ so how can it be more prominent in others. Low IQ
    Says the guy who has just used one straight out of the football clichés play book...
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    Quote Originally Posted by whelk View Post
    All hail Redmond now eh. I probably supported him more than most and now those same ones who used to slaughter him think he has now become a football genius.
    Behave plenty of the usual suspects on here still can't admit he has improved this season and when they do it's begrudging stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doddisalegend View Post
    Says the guy who has just used one straight out of the football clichés play book...
    What cliche?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr X View Post
    He played well I won't take that away from him but he has a questionable attitude.... way to casual & cocky with the penalty & constantly moans at his teammates .... Thinks he's way better than he is

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    So must have imagined him going to Targett and apologising for over hitting pass when he hit hoardings?
    Not seen him moan at anyone lately and held his hands up when cocked up, last year he was moaning not this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Give it to Ron View Post
    So must have imagined him going to Targett and apologising for over hitting pass when he hit hoardings?
    Not seen him moan at anyone lately and held his hands up when cocked up, last year he was moaning not this.

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    True dat

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    Player of the season

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeteCampbell View Post
    Player of the season
    By an absolute mile.

    If he gets injured we are in big trouble.

    Assuming we stay up we really need to get his contract extended. Will be interest in him for sure.

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    Better player than Walcott who a lot of people thought could be our saviour last year...

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeteCampbell View Post
    Player of the season
    Great recruitment by Uncle Les...

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    Quote Originally Posted by doddisalegend View Post
    Great recruitment by Uncle Les...
    ..yes, but uncle did see Redmond and Austin as the obvious (meaning cheap at the time) replacements for Mane .

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    Quote Originally Posted by eelpie View Post
    ..yes, but uncle did see Redmond and Austin as the obvious (meaning cheap at the time) replacements for Mane .
    Redmond was the Juanmi replacement.
    Boufal was the Mane replacement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nta786 View Post
    Redmond was the Juanmi replacement.
    Boufal was the Mane replacement.
    says who?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeteCampbell View Post
    Player of the season
    Same for me. One of the few players to acquit himself well under Hughes this season, but has flourished since Hasenhüttl came on board.

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    https://www.dailyecho.co.uk/sport/17...athan-redmond/

    MICK McCarthy is keen to meet with Saints ace Nathan Redmond.

    The Republic of Ireland boss wants to see whether Redmond would be interested in playing for the national side.
    Last edited by trousers; 28-02-2019 at 11:37 AM.

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    Very disappointing that people sat behind me last night were giving Redmond stuck whenever anything he tried didnt come off.

    The guy is our player of the season by an absolute country mile.

    Noticeable with some that a mistake made by Redmond versus a mistake by JWP, Hojbjerg etc tends to get a very different reaction.

    Thought that had been stamped out of the game, but lazy stereotypes remain unfortunately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusic View Post
    Very disappointing that people sat behind me last night were giving Redmond stuck whenever anything he tried didnt come off.

    The guy is our player of the season by an absolute country mile.

    Noticeable with some that a mistake made by Redmond versus a mistake by JWP, Hojbjerg etc tends to get a very different reaction.

    Thought that had been stamped out of the game, but lazy stereotypes remain unfortunately.
    Havent you yet realised that so many football fans are solid bone from the neck up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusic View Post
    Very disappointing that people sat behind me last night were giving Redmond stuck whenever anything he tried didnt come off.

    The guy is our player of the season by an absolute country mile.

    Noticeable with some that a mistake made by Redmond versus a mistake by JWP, Hojbjerg etc tends to get a very different reaction.

    Thought that had been stamped out of the game, but lazy stereotypes remain unfortunately.
    Not sure JWP is a great example to use! He gets hammered for anything and everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusic View Post
    Very disappointing that people sat behind me last night were giving Redmond stuck whenever anything he tried didnt come off.

    The guy is our player of the season by an absolute country mile.

    Noticeable with some that a mistake made by Redmond versus a mistake by JWP, Hojbjerg etc tends to get a very different reaction.

    Thought that had been stamped out of the game, but lazy stereotypes remain unfortunately.
    There are a lot of fans who have been like this since we signed him. They felt vindicated when he had his awful run for us, they're too proud to now change up their opinion and realise that he’s actually a threat.

    He's no world beater, but he's our outlet and he's doing ok.

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    A few mouth breathers around me were seething because he checked back in search of support instead of running the ball past 4 Fulham players to score. You have to wonder what planet some of our fans live on.

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    On the other hand he got a lot of support and songs sung for him last night more than before. He also got a lot of warm applause at the end of the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saintwbu View Post
    Not sure JWP is a great example to use! He gets hammered for anything and everything.
    Nowhere near what Redmond gets.

    If NR doesn't get at least 75% of POTS votes then it will be further evidence that he is measured by a different criteria than others.

    Without Redmond we would already be relegated.

    If we are relegated he will have no shortage of suitors who are better than Saints.

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    Best player on the pitch again yesterday and was the threat we had that Brighton didn't.

    The central role really suits him. Should have another big season next year in hopefully a better, more confident team.

    Easily our most consistent player this season.

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    I actually think Ralph needs to have a word with Redmond in the same way he did jwp.. try to make him more aggressive in 50/50s and when challenging for the ball, sometimes he can be a bit too nice and lightweight.. it was evident yesterday when long went off, Redmond just couldn't hold up the ball or get control of it( not just basing it on against Liverpool) if prowsey can do it I see no reason Redmond can't bring out the nasty side

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    Great goal to end a great season.

    Was our best player again today, despite the three wallies behind me that still slag him off. Baffling.

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    Absolutely deserving of that player of the season award. Top class

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    Need to get him signed on a new deal, but it might be difficult. Sure he will have some interested teams higher up the league.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusic View Post
    Need to get him signed on a new deal, but it might be difficult. Sure he will have some interested teams higher up the league.
    Didn’t he join us running his contract down too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSAINT View Post
    Didn’t he join us running his contract down too?
    Yes he did, he had one year left with Norwich.
    That s my fear that he will do the same and we won’t get a top fee for him as a result.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusic View Post
    Great goal to end a great season.

    Was our best player again today, despite the three wallies behind me that still slag him off. Baffling.

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    Good season from Redmond, easily deserving of the accolade. Hope he keeps it up next year and goes a step further.

    I'd love another Redmond type player on the other side though, could make all the difference to us.

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    Best player this season by a long way.

    Huge improvements from him, so fair play.

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    Great turnaround. Even though things weren’t coming off before RH came in, he was still our best player in the first half of the season. Remember watching the Newcastle home game and thinking he looked electric, but nobody finishing things off for him. Not sure he’ll ever have a totally brilliant relationship with the fans - anyone else think he shirks the Northam (even in the lap of appreciation the other week he seemed reluctant to acknowledge them). If so it would be fair enough IMO, treated horribly and there are still hangovers of that now in people’s reactions when he makes an error.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitch01 View Post
    Great turnaround. Even though things weren’t coming off before RH came in, he was still our best player in the first half of the season. Remember watching the Newcastle home game and thinking he looked electric, but nobody finishing things off for him. Not sure he’ll ever have a totally brilliant relationship with the fans - anyone else think he shirks the Northam (even in the lap of appreciation the other week he seemed reluctant to acknowledge them). If so it would be fair enough IMO, treated horribly and there are still hangovers of that now in people’s reactions when he makes an error.
    Even at the last game when he was lining up to take the shot for his goal matey behind me was saying "Over the bar over the bar over the Oh" that shut him up for the rest of the match haha

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    Redmond is having a stormer with England

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