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Pilks mindset

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Pilkington is one of our most effective forwards produces especially at home and should have played as soon as fully recovered from injury.  But Pulis has expressed interest at a significant point in our season that Pilks is being considered for Stoke.  What sort of mindset will that put Pilks in if plays Saturday?  Hopefully he will play and play a blinder beat Villa get new contract same with Elliott Bennet.

 

 

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He can look like a top class player sometimes, both creating and scoring goals.  He also goes missing sometimes, more often away than at home.

 

Injury-wise, he''s had to be taken off in the first half on a couple of occasions so I can understand the manager wanting to make sure he''s fully over it before starting him.  It must be really frustrating to have to take a player off after only 15 minutes or so.

 

I agree if he''s fully fit he should be in the starting lineup, and hopefully the interest from other clubs will motivate rather than distract him.  Definitely a player that can add something creative going forward, which we''ve missed this season.

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I like Pilks as a player - genuinely two-footed, with a powerful shot and useful with his head. He has good ball control, and can usually beat the fullback on the outside.

 

On the other side he can be a little anonymous. If he is fully fit and in a positive frame of mind, then he must play on Saturday. He would be a match for Vlaar and keep that player quiet.With Holt and Kei n the centre, and no Wes to prompt play, we would be relaying on supply from the wings.

 

We need a rejuvenated Snoddy and Pilks!

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We need a Pilks that has the freedom to go forward and express himself, mmmmm!

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