Norm wrote: ↑Mon Jul 13, 2020 8:12 am
Not knocking your POV Dan, but Pablo is our talisman - he's got crucial things right at crucial times and that's what game-changers do.
Let's see how the next 3 games go. Frankly I don't care as long as we achieve our aim but I reckon without Pablo's influence we wouldn't be where we are. His fire and determination (and his background talks and coaching younger players) have influenced our season massively and I'm not sure how we will replace him when the time comes - unless he agrees to take a coaching position with us that is.
without Pablo we'd wouldn't be where we are now.
I posted up our win % rate previously that when Pablo isn't involved due to injury it is significantly lower without his influential guile
Everyone's favourite Klich is not the same player without Hernandez beside him.
Pablo has scored/made more goals/assists making 10 appearances less than Klich & Harrison plus any other player apart from Bamford (which is to be expected because of his goals as a No.9)
Pablo is our only true game-changer off the bench
Pablo is our best player since our prem days being consistently influential over a period of years since we signed our little magician, now he's being compared to the great Gordon Strachan by some of our fans.
Why should he not be LUFC's player of the season ?