Paaaaaaaaaaaaaayero

jonny_greenings_sock

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I was always a bit confused when people were worried about his strength, as from what I have seen of it, the Argentinian league is pretty brutal at times. Getting used to the pace of the game is fair enough though and he does look a fair bit happier now than he did a few weeks ago,
I know, there are very few shrinking violets in Argentinian football! Even Di Maria, an eight stone winger, looks like he’ll kill you 😁

Very different pace of football though and all credit to Warnock tbh, whether by luck or design Payero’s last few performances have been brilliant.

Think everyone’s just desperate to see him do well, Warnock said didn’t he that from the fans and media, Payero’s the one everyone’s most excited about. There’s something about a South American number 10 with a bit of X factor that makes everyone go a bit giddy.
 

Tomato Soup

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I think you wrote the season off for him adi
miles away from being ready if i remember
To be fair, he looked as lost, in his first few appearances, as Bola did in his first season.
Bola went out on loan and then after a full pre-season kicked on.
If Payero maintains current form we have a good player, but I think there is more to come and hope and expect him to improve and become a stand out in the Championship.
 

Nobby_Barnes

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I think you wrote the season off for him adi
miles away from being ready if i remember
Yep Aldi well and truly wrote him off, sometimes I think I'm the only one on here that knows what he's talking about.The majority of posters are massively wide of the mark most of the time...
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"He isn’t ready to play. He is well off being in the team. I would neither be surprised nor concerned if he barely featured this side of Christmas or even until next season"
 

Adi_Dem

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I think you wrote the season off for him adi
miles away from being ready if i remember
Then your recollection is incorrect. What I actually said was that (i) he looked miles away (because he was), (ii) he would need time to adjust and to settle and that (iii) I’d be happy to give him as long as he needed and (iv) not to be surprised if he needed a full season.

That’s not writing the season off for him and it’s the opposite of writing him off completely. I would now add (v) don’t be surprised if he doesn’t pull trees up every week and is a bit inconsistent.
 

Nobby_Barnes

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Then your recollection is incorrect. What I actually said was that (i) he looked miles away (because he was), (ii) he would need time to adjust and to settle and that (iii) I’d be happy to give him as long as he needed and (iv) not to be surprised if he needed a full season.

That’s not writing the season off for him and it’s the opposite of writing him off completely. I would now add (v) don’t be surprised if he doesn’t pull trees up every week and is a bit inconsistent.
Yeah righto 😂
 

zorro_mfc

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I remember what you said adi and I’ve just copied the quote

“He isn’t ready to play. He is well off being in the team. I would neither be surprised nor concerned if he barely featured this side of Christmas or even until next season.”
 

Adi_Dem

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I remember what you said adi and I’ve just copied the quote

“He isn’t ready to play. He is well off being in the team. I would neither be surprised nor concerned if he barely featured this side of Christmas or even until next season.”

Exactly. Do you think that’s different to what I just said?
 
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