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Re: Ronaldo Vieira

Post by 1964white » Sun Dec 10, 2017 12:37 pm

Ronaldo is maturing with every game, another top performance at Loftus Road

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Re: Ronaldo Vieira

Post by Cjay » Sat Dec 23, 2017 6:20 pm

Much improved.

Won the ball back, retained possession when he could and wasnt afraid to drive forward.

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Post by 1964white » Sat Dec 23, 2017 7:00 pm

Cjay wrote:Much improved.

Won the ball back, retained possession when he could and wasnt afraid to drive forward.
He also gave the ball away far too many times as did all our players apart from Pontus who was easily our best outfield player yet again

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Re: Ronaldo Vieira

Post by faaip » Sat Dec 23, 2017 8:09 pm

Pure quality imo, don't think many passes went astray and defends every bit as well as Pontus
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Cooper, New Winger, Beradi, New CF - Weidwald - Saiz (if he stays) - Forshaw

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Re: Ronaldo Vieira

Post by Cjay » Sat Dec 23, 2017 8:39 pm

1964white wrote:He also gave the ball away far too many times as did all our players apart from Pontus who was easily our best outfield player yet again
Didnt think he gave the ball away as much as some, besides whenever he does you can count on Ronnie to fight for it back.

Thought he was good imo.

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Re: Ronaldo Vieira

Post by 1964white » Sun Dec 24, 2017 8:52 am

Cjay wrote:besides whenever he does you can count on Ronnie to fight for it back
Not doubting that part of Ronaldo's game !

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Re: Ronaldo Vieira

Post by Cjay » Wed Dec 27, 2017 12:43 pm

Poor for there goal

But that pass to Roofe was superb.

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Re: Ronaldo Vieira

Post by rab_rant » Wed Dec 27, 2017 1:32 pm

Cjay wrote:
But that pass to Roofe was superb.
I suppose Pablo gets all the praise for the splendour of his set piece goal
It was a fine bit of pants pulling down shape shifting goalkeeper bamboozling
wizardry. I am still trying to work out the mechanics of it... the masonic handshakes
and the silly walks involving the referee. It was orchestrated to cause as much
confusion as possible in the end Bywater did not know if his arsehole was bored or punched.

Contrast that with the simplicity of the second goal. Viera wins the tackle. Takes a could of strides
and has his head up to see Roofe running into space. Viera squeezed the ball between the two
centre backs for Roof to run on to, and wham bam thank you mam the ball is in the back of the net.

If I were to be honest I would like to see more goals like that rather than the ones that take
and age to orchestrate
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Re: Ronaldo Vieira

Post by Cjay » Wed Dec 27, 2017 2:03 pm

rab_rant wrote:I suppose Pablo gets all the praise for the splendour of his set piece goal
It was a fine bit of pants pulling down shape shifting goalkeeper bamboozling
wizardry. I am still trying to work out the mechanics of it... the masonic handshakes
and the silly walks involving the referee. It was orchestrated to cause as much
confusion as possible in the end Bywater did not know if his arsehole was bored or punched.

Contrast that with the simplicity of the second goal. Viera wins the tackle. Takes a could of strides
and has his head up to see Roofe running into space. Viera squeezed the ball between the two
centre backs for Roof to run on to, and wham bam thank you mam the ball is in the back of the net.

If I were to be honest I would like to see more goals like that rather than the ones that take
and age to orchestrate
I was as confused as Bywater . . . . . But whatever works.

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Re: Ronaldo Vieira

Post by faaip » Wed Dec 27, 2017 3:35 pm

Captain material, pulling Jansson away after it all went south..
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Re: Ronaldo Vieira

Post by Shields53 » Wed Dec 27, 2017 6:05 pm

The lad is a superstar, maturity and ability beyond his years.

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Re: Ronaldo Vieira

Post by faaip » Wed Dec 27, 2017 6:21 pm

Shields53 wrote:The lad is a superstar, maturity and ability beyond his years.
Glad someone else thinks so, he's the one player I'd take from the current squad if I could only take one. First name on my team sheet
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Re: Ronaldo Vieira

Post by Cjay » Sat Dec 30, 2017 6:33 pm

Amazing how weak, slow and poor our midfield looked without him.

Where were our centre mids when Jota had Berardi and Pablo standing off him?

Vieira would have been snapping at his heels.

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Re: Ronaldo Vieira

Post by 1964white » Sat Dec 30, 2017 11:22 pm

Missed Vieira big-time today, an injury caused by a horrible tackle at Burton

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Re: Ronaldo Vieira

Post by weasel » Sun Dec 31, 2017 5:02 pm

1964white wrote:Missed Vieira big-time today, an injury caused by a horrible tackle at Burton
yet to read their forum it would appear Vieira had dived....

Hopefully just a slight knock that will clear up in a few days as he is a huge part of our midfield. To buy a like for like player would cost serious money and if he progresses then he will be one hell of a player.
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Re: Ronaldo Vieira

Post by 1964white » Sun Dec 31, 2017 7:06 pm

weasel wrote:yet to read their forum it would appear Vieira had dived....

Hopefully just a slight knock that will clear up in a few days as he is a huge part of our midfield. To buy a like for like player would cost serious money and if he progresses then he will be one hell of a player.
Horrible tackle, could have been a red. Ronaldo received treatment for three or four minutes, really surprised he managed to continue, obviously flared up badly to keep him out at Birmingham as he is a tough little cookie 8-)

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Post by weasel » Sun Dec 31, 2017 7:54 pm

1964white wrote:Horrible tackle, could have been a red. Ronaldo received treatment for three or four minutes, really surprised he managed to continue, obviously flared up badly to keep him out at Birmingham as he is a tough little cookie 8-)
Probably (hopefully) it is just a case of being badly bruised/swollen. As such it wouldn't have been too painful initially but then as the swelling increased in the day or two after the match it would have been too painful to run and maybe even walk. If it is ligament then hopefully with him being young it won't be too serious and with a few days/weeks rest it will be okay.
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Re: Ronaldo Vieira

Post by weasel » Sun Dec 31, 2017 7:54 pm

1964white wrote:Horrible tackle, could have been a red. Ronaldo received treatment for three or four minutes, really surprised he managed to continue, obviously flared up badly to keep him out at Birmingham as he is a tough little cookie 8-)
Probably (hopefully) it is just a case of being badly bruised/swollen. As such it wouldn't have been too painful initially but then as the swelling increased in the day or two after the match it would have been too painful to run and maybe even walk. If it is ligament then hopefully with him being young it won't be too serious and with a few days/weeks rest it will be okay.
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Re: Ronaldo Vieira

Post by Cjay » Sun Jan 14, 2018 4:51 pm

Just wanted to get Vieira and Klich together.

Thought seeing there names next to each other may inspire TC :lol:

But seriously, its amazing how much we have missed him.

Vieira plays, we win those games late December early January. Absolutely convinced

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Re: Ronaldo Vieira

Post by faaip » Sun Jan 14, 2018 7:01 pm

And we probably do better on our first slump...took a while to get Vierra into the team to staunch the bleeding
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BPF - Ayling - Pearce - Jansson - New CB - Alioski - Viera - Klich (c) - Hernandez - Roofe - New CF

Cooper, New Winger, Beradi, New CF - Weidwald - Saiz (if he stays) - Forshaw

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