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Ben Mee and Tom Heaton

Discussion in 'Burnley' started by Gatti, Jul 31, 2014.

  1. Gatti

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    Backed off their winger way too often at the weekend , especially first half . Needs to start shutting them down quicker and more often if hes going to fair well up here
     
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    Ive give up hope,just two games in our lack of investment/ambition is shining as brightly as ever, from last season which was one of the best in my forty odd years of supporting the Clarets will be a distant memory by Christmas as we compete in a league which is driven by sheer fooking greed.... Roll on the Championship... Something we have a chance if competing in and actually enjoying... This season is going to be painful, two games in i dont think any of our players could hold there own in this league, but i respect your support of Mee And Trippier ....sadly they look out of there depth
     
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    Mee has settled down. Was genuinely worried for him after the first couple of games. Boyd tracking back and helping out has helped. I'd, of course prefer Boyd being further up supporting play more often. I'd still prefer Keane as left or right back, or right midfield for either he or Tripps. Keane has a wicked cross, more composed going forward than Mee. He was involved in our first goal against Moldova and whipped in a fantastic cross which Harry Kane almost converted. I think he'd give us more attacking impetus.
    Tripps has settled better As stated, I think Keane playing on the right or left would allow us to create more on the flanks.
    Heaton seems to be growing into it. It's a learning curve. Three clean sheets in a row can't be a bad sign. Not sure on how true the rumours are, but doing the rounds Heaton was being watched by England scouts at the weekend.
     
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    Mee was very good at the weekend in fairness to him.
     

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