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Lord Zoltan

Youth Team
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Now I’m, like many, a big fan of Mohsni, but when everyone’s fit where will he go? For me he’s not an option long-term as a striker – I feel that when Dickinson and Corr are both fit they will certainly be a better option than Bilel. Although Dickinson only came on toward the end I saw enough to be impressed and look forward to watching him play when fully fit. Corr’s goals last season speak for themselves. For me there is no question that Mohsni is a defender.

What impressed me more than anything yesterday was how organised the back for is. Phillips had a solid game and by his own admission although match fit, still lacks sharpness following his injury problems. He will get better, as will Prosser as he becomes more familiar with his new position.

Most of the time Mohsni does a very good job with Barker, but I feel he will be less dependable than Phillips who is an experienced, solid CB. You know that when Mohsni plays there will be one or two dodgy moments accompanied with moments of brilliance, but his discipline remains an issue.

Dropping Mohsni is obviously no option, the man’s enthusiasm is contagious and no doubt has such a positive impact on the team. But when everyone’s fit where does Mohsni fit in? Dropping Prosser to the bench with Barker filling his spot would give Mohsni his place, but that would be really harsh on Prosser, given that he’s a big confidence player.


My heart says Mohsni must play somewhere, my head says where?


Thoughts?
 
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