Yoane Wissa

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Back to topic, I understand that he's taken his wedding garb back to Moss Bros
 

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So glad he’s back missed him badly will score the winner against dirty Leeds
 

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Good to see him back. His movement is good and in his cameo today he gave us an extra dimension.
 

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A little more match sharpness and his shot at the end would have had the pace to beat Pickford. He really knows where the goal is!
 

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A little more match sharpness and his shot at the end would have had the pace to beat Pickford. He really knows where the goal is!
Having him on the bench also gives us options, which is something we have been missing. Yesterday it allowed Mbeumo to drop into the Canos slot on the left hand side whilst maintaining a threat up top.
 

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Having him on the bench also gives us options, which is something we have been missing. Yesterday it allowed Mbeumo to drop into the Canos slot on the left hand side whilst maintaining a threat up top.
Agreed, but soon we need to give him a shot as a starter, too much of threat to continue purely in the super sub role.
 

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I suspect the majority of people who “vote“ on BBC websites don’t get out very much… and, if they do venture into the real world, it’s certainly nowhere near TW8 9QT 🤓
Roerslev and Baptiste came third and fourth in that poll, which makes me wonder about how these things work.
 

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Hear what you say but imo he is not ahead of Toney or Mbeumo at this point. No doubt he will get his chance.
He’s an ideal third striker to bring on as a sub while he acclimatises to club, league and country. I think he’s got a great eye for goal and movement so we can be patient with his introduction. Next on the production line if and when Toney goes.
 

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He’s an ideal third striker to bring on as a sub while he acclimatises to club, league and country. I think he’s got a great eye for goal and movement so we can be patient with his introduction. Next on the production line if and when Toney goes.
He is potentially one of the better strikers in this league in my opinion, just needs a chance to start and think he will get it soon.
 
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