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Trent Alexander Arnold

Discussion in 'Player Performances' started by bazburke, Nov 29, 2016.

  1. bazburke

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    Going on tonights game this guy looks like a serious prospect going forward
     
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    A serious prospect full stop
     
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    very cool on the ball and has a decent delivery for final ball too. clyne could have a bit of competition soon
     
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    Very impressed with him tonight and previous time I seen him. Great to see young players getting a chance and doing so well. Must give all the academy, u18s etc a boost. Keep the head down and keep learning lad :)
     
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    Two good performances for the first team this season. I would be interested to know where Klopp see's him in the pecking order - if Clyne was injured would he shift Milner to RB and bring Moreno in or would he slot Trent Alexander Arnold in?
     
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    Probably depend on the opposition I'd think... think Klopp would still tend to lean towards Moreno if we'd tough opponents.

    Nice to think that we've got one for the future here :)
     
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    His composure on the ball and his crossing is brilliant. Is he the reason we didnt sign back up for Clyne.

    He's a big lad too, will be a force for us hopefully.
     
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    Woodburn may have grabbed the headlines, but it was Alexander-Arnold's assured performance that excites me more !
     
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    If he continues to perform like that we'll have to get him some capital letters for his name on the thread title too but one thing at a time.
     
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    My fault!! Put it up in a rush!! Didnt want him to get a big head with capital letters ;);)
     
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    Going on last night he might consider leaving moreno out!! Good cup run in FA cup as well for him will bring him on more!!
     
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    Solid game today for the kid. Imagine making your debut in that atmosphere . Had a couple of mis-placed passes but I thought he was solid and the future looks good. Klopp even said it in his interview after the game that with Clyne out we have a good replacement in Trent to come in.
     
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    Young cub has a very bright future on that showing...not perfect and obviously nervous at times but that's probably the hardest place in the country to make your full debut
     
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    If he was left footed he'd have seen a lot more game time this season. He's unlucky that we've someone so solid ahead of him but nice to have a good backup all the same.

    A misplaced pass or two during the game but a strong perfomance none the less.
     
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    Did well today. Another start on Wednesday hopefully.
     
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    Played well today and certainly looks like a decent prospect. Have to say I feared for him early on when Martial turned him a few times but stuck to his game and didn't look too much out of place considering that was his first start in the prem. Went back to the keeper trying to keep possession far too many times, great to keep possession but sometimes you just have to turn a team and get yourself 10 -15 yards up the pitch. He'll learn and will only get better.
     
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    delighted for him!! making your debut there!! as said afew bad options on first half especially but very solid overall. Brilliant option to have now if Clyne isnt around!! Definite game midweek too
     
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    Agreed. Man of the match in one of our league cup games. No harm to have competition for places and defo thought after 10 minutes he was in for a tough afternoon but showed no nonsense defensive play and the lad can be an attacking full back as well. Great career ahead of him With that many surnames has he any Irish connections. lol
     
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    Asked and answered.
     
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