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Originally posted by cpj

If you think that a clean sheet at home to Cardiff was an 'improved result' then you are crazy. The thread wasn't about Hennessey but about VG's costly errors and the fact that he just seems to kneel on the ground as goals go past him. If you do want to compare keeprs, then in his last 2, WH has made 8 saves and conceded 1 goal compared with VG's 7 saves and 4 goals conceded. Yes, WH was at fault for the 1 he let in at Burnley but then made an outstanding save to keep out Crouch's shot - VG would not have saved it as he doesn't have the reach. Sorry, but I just don't see that VG is the answer to our goalkeeping problems.

Thus far I have not been that impressed by him.

 

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He started off excellently and we had a good run. He then got a slight knock (can't remember who against). Roy explained in a press conference that Wayne was no. 1. Wayne came in and was his usual standard - average I would suggest.
Then there were rumours Guaita wanted out. He has been poor since.
Thinking of it this way - Roy may well have been best advised to not publicly state anything about who he thinks is the better goalie. This has not improved Wayne and has almost certainly meant Guaita does want to leave. The saving grace is that he will need a couple of good performances to get a decent transfer.

 


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If VG is the answer then what is the question? I can't see that he is any better or worse than WH, Both are prone to the odd clanger. More important is how they interact with the defence, and at the moment the defence doesn't look so clever. Nothing to do with Sahko missing and PVA in bad form?

 

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Originally posted by Norway

We would have been in the draw for the semi with Wayne in goal

We wouldnt have got near the qtrs with WH in goal, let alone been in the draw for the semis

 


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Originally posted by paperhat

We wouldnt have got near the qtrs with WH in goal, let alone been in the draw for the semis

He was in goal for the Grimsby and Doncaster games - so that's another incredibly ignorant comment.

 

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Originally posted by merganser

At least he was willing to attack those corners instead of cowering on the goal line.

Three of his first-half saves were outstanding - one exceptionally so.

Bang on!

 


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Originally posted by cpj

If you think that a clean sheet at home to Cardiff was an 'improved result' then you are crazy. The thread wasn't about Hennessey but about VG's costly errors and the fact that he just seems to kneel on the ground as goals go past him. If you do want to compare keeprs, then in his last 2, WH has made 8 saves and conceded 1 goal compared with VG's 7 saves and 4 goals conceded. Yes, WH was at fault for the 1 he let in at Burnley but then made an outstanding save to keep out Crouch's shot - VG would not have saved it as he doesn't have the reach. Sorry, but I just don't see that VG is the answer to our goalkeeping problems.

Let me give you a bit of help. Guaita made a big save against Cardiff that prevented a potentially very costly defeat.

Before getting injured for the Leicester game Wayne pushed a free kick straight out at Hernandez who buried West Hamís all important second goal. On return from injury Wayne got completely lost on a corner against Watford when we were winning 1-0. We lost 2-1.
After this game he was injured again.

After the Burnley game Wayne was injured again.

Rewind back to Watford away when Wayne was beaten by a cross that sailed over his head.

Despite the above Wayne has generally been decent over the last year but the new lad isnít being being afforded the same level of generosity.

Edited by Rachid Rachid Rachid (18 Mar 2019 9.39pm)

 

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Originally posted by Rachid Rachid Rachid

Let me give you a bit of help. Guaita made a big save against Cardiff that prevented a potentially very costly defeat.

Before getting injured for the Leicester game Wayne pushed a free kick straight out at Hernandez who buried West Hamís all important second goal. On return from injury Wayne got completely lost on a corner against Watford when we were winning 1-0. We lost 2-1.
After this game he was injured again.

After the Burnley game Wayne was injured again.

Rewind back to Watford away when Wayne was beaten by a cross that sailed over his head.

Despite the above Wayne has generally been decent over the last year but the new lad isnít being being afforded the same level of generosity.

Edited by Rachid Rachid Rachid (18 Mar 2019 9.39pm)

We have been poor at both ends since Hennessey's mistake at Villa 1-0 and Murray's awful injury.

 

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Originally posted by Rachid Rachid Rachid

Let me give you a bit of help. Guaita made a big save against Cardiff that prevented a potentially very costly defeat.

Before getting injured for the Leicester game Wayne pushed a free kick straight out at Hernandez who buried West Hamís all important second goal. On return from injury Wayne got completely lost on a corner against Watford when we were winning 1-0. We lost 2-1.
After this game he was injured again.

After the Burnley game Wayne was injured again.

Rewind back to Watford away when Wayne was beaten by a cross that sailed over his head.

Despite the above Wayne has generally been decent over the last year but the new lad isnít being being afforded the same level of generosity.

Edited by Rachid Rachid Rachid (18 Mar 2019 9.39pm)

That Waatford coss was a wind assisted fluke no different to the De Bruyne fluke goal at the Ethiad which beat Guita as it sailed over his head.

 


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Originally posted by PZ Eagle

That Waatford coss was a wind assisted fluke no different to the De Bruyne fluke goal at the Ethiad which beat Guita as it sailed over his head.

Exactly but Guaitaís getting battered for it on this thread and Wayneís recent dodgy form glossed over.

 

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Originally posted by Rachid Rachid Rachid

Exactly but Guaitaís getting battered for it on this thread and Wayneís recent dodgy form glossed over.

Well I'm not a Guita fan but that De Bruyne goal was no more than a fluke same as the Watford one. If anyone thinks different then they should try playing in goal.

 


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I want Jack Butland from Stoke.
If we don't get a new keeper than I favour Guaita over WH regardless of errors - he seems more assured generally and he doesn't fill me with dread every time the oppo attacks us and sadly WH does!

 

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