Traore

Fluffycarpet

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I had this same debate months ago on the other forum. Even though he hugged Pulis when he scored and talked regularly about how he learned so much under him the so called experts amongst our fans would have us believe Pulis had no influence “all he had to do was play him. Pulis deserves zero credit”.

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Calm down. Someone has a different opinion about a footballer. No need to get angry.
 

Marvanelli

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NES has taken Traore to a whole new level.

NES has definitely got the best out of Traore so far.

Can't see how Wolves can keep hold of him unless they manage to nick a Champions League spot. He's far too good for them.
 

Fluffycarpet

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NES has taken Traore to a whole new level.

NES has definitely got the best out of Traore so far.

Can't see how Wolves can keep hold of him unless they manage to nick a Champions League spot. He's far too good for them.
Does Traore get any credit for his abilities or is it all down to two managers? Most players get better as they get older. Any half decent coach would have helped Traore improve. Look at what they had to work with.
 
I don’t think the Wolves manager has done much other than play him regularly to get his confidence up and told him to pass a few yards sideways a bit more rather than try to do everything himself.

Quite frankly a manager who is unable to find a way to use a world class talent like Adama shouldn’t be in charge of a team.

He is a once in a generation player.

I can’t believe we managed to get him for a while.
 

Lefty

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NES has taken Traore to a whole new level.

NES has definitely got the best out of Traore so far.

Can't see how Wolves can keep hold of him unless they manage to nick a Champions League spot. He's far too good for them.
That is by no means out of the question. I'm not sure of the run in fixtures, but they look as good as anyone.
 
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