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Player Lucas 'Le Gourmand' Digne

Gym or bin?

  • Gym

    Votes: 36 94.7%
  • Bin

    Votes: 2 5.3%

  • Total voters
    38

bluerinse

Moderator
M Mike cleared it up, it's not Digne being injured, it's him landing on Gbamin to injure his knee.

*Insert joke about Digne weight doing damage here*
 

bennett

TEF Member
It's almost like, and don't quote me on this, people don't have a clue what goes on in our training sessions and merely speculate.
It all started with that german tabloid article with speculation and no direct quotes or real evidence. Apparently Freddie Starr also had hamsters for his dinner.
 

DannyEFC

Alan Myers
It would be nice if Lucas actually decided to start playing well again.
 

DannyEFC

Alan Myers
What's he supposed to do? Dominate the entire left hand side of the pitch on his own? There's nobody in fucking front of him.
Maybe put in some dangerous crosses and create opportunities like he has previously Mike.

Lucas Digne is boss, but he’s not playing very well at the minute and we need to see more from him.
 

Mike

Formerly Just Mike & Micky
Maybe put in some dangerous crosses and create opportunities like he has previously Mike.

Lucas Digne is boss, but he’s not playing very well at the minute and we need to see more from him.
I've just explained why he can't get forward, put in dangerous crosses and create opportunities. There's nobody ahead of him to link up with and it's been the case since Richarlison was moved up front.

It's entirely down to the shape of the side.
 

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