Jota - (Confirmed Left for Birmingham)

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So how do we pronounce "Jota" - José Ignacio Peleteiro Ramallo

Is it Jota like Jotter?

Is it Jota like Hotter?

or

Is it Jota like Yotta?

I've seen various ways but i've no idea myself. Can't have another Toumani saga on our hands.

Anyway i've "gotta" go now but back later! lol
 

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So how do we pronounce "Jota" - José Ignacio Peleteiro Ramallo

Is it Jota like Jotter?

Is it Jota like Hotter?

or

Is it Jota like Yotta?

I've seen various ways but i've no idea myself. Can't have


another Toumani saga on our hands.

Anyway i've "gotta" go now but back later! lol
I believe Hotta
 
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Obvious chant for the man being Spanish and a name pronounced Hota:

Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole
Feeling hot hot hot hot, feeling hot hot hot hot,
So go run run run run, so go run run run run,
How you feeling?, hota hota hota,
How you feeling? hota hota hota
Ealing road? hota hota hota,
New Road? hota hota hota,
Braemar Road? hota hota hota

Simples :)
 

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Obvious chant for the man being Spanish and a name pronounced Hota:

Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole
Feeling hot hot hot hot, feeling hot hot hot hot,
So go run run run run, so go run run run run,
How you feeling?, hota hota hota,
How you feeling? hota hota hota
Ealing road? hota hota hota,
New Road? hota hota hota,
Braemar Road? hota hota hota

Simples :)
Quiet day at work then !!
 

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Thought Jota showed great potential to day and was wrongly subbed (should have been Warbs mate Smith) liked to have seen more of him with Moses playing behind him in the RB role
 

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Thought Jota showed great potential to day and was wrongly subbed (should have been Warbs mate Smith) liked to have seen more of him with Moses playing behind him in the RB role
Jota has been in this country for less than two weeks and not yet up to speed. A fair decision by Warburton and to suggest he's playing his mate is offensive and wrong.
 

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With 10 men I expect the view was that MW wanted experience and battlers on the pitch, albeit in the first half there was little evidence of that. This young man will get his chance, probably Tuesday and hopefully if lives up to his reputation, will continue

I also thought the choice of subs was excellent in the end
 

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How anyone can criticise Warbs' substitutions yesterday is beyond me.
 

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Jota has been in this country for less than two weeks and not yet up to speed. A fair decision by Warburton and to suggest he's playing his mate is offensive and wrong.
Correct, I trust MW with all his choice of subs, he knows exactly what is needed on the field of play, but there is always someone who thinks they know better than the manager
 

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To be fair it's a tough call.

Smith is going to come off at some point I would imagine, so it would have made more sense in my opinion for him to have made way.

But I don't get paid to make such decisions.
 

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How anyone can criticise Warbs' substitutions yesterday is beyond me.
I think Smith should have been the one not Jota. Jota already showed his willingness to track back albeit in a brief spell and looked dangerous in possession. Smith was off the pace for most of the first half and wasn't tracking and with ten men IMO he contributed to us getting a bit of a chasing after the sending off. It was predictable that he would be subbed at half time. I think that was a case of Warbs correcting an error.
 

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How anyone can criticise Warbs' substitutions yesterday is beyond me.
Nobody is perfect and with hindsight smith didn't really perform but MW wasn't to know that and on paper Smith was probably the best choice to leave on.
 

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10 men and a goal down after 16 minutes, the first thing to think about is stabilising the team and having an experienced head who can communicate with the other, mainly young, players would be vital. Smith or Jota? Rethink the tactics, get to half time without conceding and then set the team up; perfect management.
 

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10 men and a goal down after 16 minutes, the first thing to think about is stabilising the team and having an experienced head who can communicate with the other, mainly young, players would be vital. Smith or Jota? Rethink the tactics, get to half time without conceding and then set the team up; perfect management.
IMO Warbs made an error. Like all of us he's human. Sure we got to half time only 1-0 down but we should have been dead and buried. I see your reasoning but going down to 10 players IMO puts a premium on having your 10 fittest and quickest players on the pitch. Pace in particular as it can worry the oppo. I'd have taken Smith off and put Moses on. IMO Warbs had luck on his side first half but the second half was a superb effort.
 

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Looks an exciting player, unlucky to be hauled off for the red card but I can see him being a big player for us this season.
 

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Guess he'll play 90mins against Fulham seeing as he didn't get many minutes yesterday.
 

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His old (loan) club Eibar won their first game in La Liga today v Real Sociedad, quite an achievement for a club from a town with a population, at less than 30k, smaller than many stadiums!

Jota was seen as a huge loss to them, their biggest loss, which is detailed in this Spanish football website article.

Shows what a player we have, look forward to seeing him play at my first game on Tuesday against that rabble from down the road!
 

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This guy is going to be hugely influential for us this season. Bearing in mind he didn't have a pre-season with us, today was just a taster of how good he's going to be. Fantastic skill level and always looking for the forward move or pass. Really exciting to think how much better he'll be in two weeks, let alone two months :)
 

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This guy is going to be hugely influential for us this season. Bearing in mind he didn't have a pre-season with us, today was just a taster of how good he's going to be. Fantastic skill level and always looking for the forward move or pass. Really exciting to think how much better he'll be in two weeks, let alone two months :)
agree. i liked the way AM was giving him instructions in the 1st half and then reverted to the old explaining with hand gestures! ha. Him, Judge and of course Pritchard makes good reading?!
 
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This guy is going to be hugely influential for us this season. Bearing in mind he didn't have a pre-season with us, today was just a taster of how good he's going to be. Fantastic skill level and always looking for the forward move or pass. Really exciting to think how much better he'll be in two weeks, let alone two months :)
Totally agree.
 

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sorry Adam as much as I liked you your replacement is sheer class
 

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sorry Adam as much as I liked you your replacement is sheer class
And going to get better and better as he finds his feet and how to play with the team. Sheer class as you state.
 

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Didn't think he is was all that today , only has one foot , people are falling into the hype
 

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Didn't think he is was all that today , only has one foot , people are falling into the hype
I see your point. Not always involved but when he does get the ball he is so composed and has talent in abundance. As each game passes I am sure he will become even more influential
 

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Thought he pulled out of a couple of tackles & headers. Looks a talent but needs to man up aswell.
 

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Thought he pulled out of a couple of tackles & headers. Looks a talent but needs to man up aswell.
That's what I thought ,but did improve as the first half progressed and showed his obvious talent when he beat 2 men and put in a good cross just before we scored.He will need to be given time to get used to championship football.
 

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Thought he played very well yesterday, especially the first half. Worked hard for the team, tracked back and played some quality football.
 

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excellent piece of skill down by the er end.....little touch over the head of calderon
 

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Thought he played very well yesterday, especially the first half. Worked hard for the team, tracked back and played some quality football.
Agreed. He was anonymous for the first 15 minutes, but after that had a good game. What impressed was his willingness to close down and try and nick the ball back as well.
 

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He is a quality player not yet up to full fitness. When you think he had hardly any pre season his performances in mid are outstanding. He will be a match winner for us in due course.
 

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He is a quality player not yet up to full fitness. When you think he had hardly any pre season his performances in mid are outstanding. He will be a match winner for us in due course.
Warbs. Is handling him well giving him 60 odd minutes to allow him to get up to full fitness and prevent him picking up an injury or burning him out too early. Also suspect he has been told he can give it his all for 60 odd minutes. Team is settling down to a first eleven with automatic replacements that won't weaken the team or upset the formation.
 

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He could be the best player to wear the Brentford shirt, certainly in my life time, bloke is caviar, took him a little while to get into the game but when he got himself warmed up he was unplayable. Must be terrifying to play against when he's running at you, plus you have to consider he's not well known to clubs at this level, so research and scouting reports will be fairly vague. Nevertheless he is something else hopefully he'll be with us for a long time.
 

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excellent piece of skill down by the er end.....little touch over the head of calderon
What a shame he didn't just smack it rather than try to cross it.

He is a little lightweight so I expect he will not have such an impact in the tough Tuesday night games in January, but when we play football and Mac, Harlee and JD are kicking arse all over the pitch he will tear teams apart.
 

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We'll sell him to Liverpool for £10m in January and have another gem lined up well in advance.
 
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