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View Putitout's Profile Putitout Flag Oxford 12 Aug 21 12.07pm Send a Private Message to Putitout Add Putitout as a friend

Originally posted by rikz

Without zaha we would have been relegated a long time ago, take him out our squad now and it's a poor Premier league team.

It may only be pre-season , but itís clear take him out and we still struggle to make an impact. I have been one that had run out of patience with him, but he does appear to be knuckling down, which is good because nobody in our squad can compare with him when he is up for it.

 

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Originally posted by rikz

Without zaha we would have been relegated a long time ago, take him out our squad now and it's a poor Premier league team.

Iím not so sure now, especially reinvesting his transfer fee and £125k per week wages.

 


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View Mr Palaceman's Profile Mr Palaceman Flag 12 Aug 21 1.09pm Send a Private Message to Mr Palaceman Add Mr Palaceman as a friend

For me it's not about whether he is "top class" or not. His commitment to Palace has been outstanding. If he stays, brilliant, if he goes to a "bigger" club, then good luck and thank you...

He is our Harry Kane and I hope one day, he will be our Matt Le Tissier...

 


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View gerry theagle's Profile gerry theagle Flag newbury 12 Aug 21 2.51pm Send a Private Message to gerry theagle Add gerry theagle as a friend


Just ignore grumpy he never has anything good to say about Palace, probably a wind up merchant. If we won the Champions League he'd still find something to moan about.

 

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View grumpymort's Profile grumpymort Flag UK/Thailand 12 Aug 21 9.25pm Send a Private Message to grumpymort Add grumpymort as a friend

Originally posted by gerry theagle


Just ignore grumpy he never has anything good to say about Palace, probably a wind up merchant. If we won the Champions League he'd still find something to moan about.


Not at all a lot of you are idiots with rose tinted specs.

Some one talking about loyalty this is the guy who threw his toys out the pram not getting a transfer and handed in a request to leave.

The guy who has not performed and whenever he went up against the big boys he did nothing.

To claim he is the reason Palace stayed in the league is disrespectful to the club and the other players.

I expect all you people that are defending him are the same ones that said Benteke was useless.

I am not saying Wilf is an awful player he is not but he is a mid table Prem player who has not advanced his game over the past few years this is what the top players do he should be in his peak but still has an attitude problem its clear to see on the pitch with him losing his temper and sitting on the floor moaning at ref.

His game craft is not that great either Palace have looked after him to much.

 


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View StrangerThing's Profile StrangerThing Flag Brisbane 13 Aug 21 3.39am Send a Private Message to StrangerThing Add StrangerThing as a friend

There is truth on all sides of this argument but the stats speak for themselves. In February (the latest I could find) we had lost 18 of the 20 previous games without Wilf, failing to score in 16 of those.

For me, I am looking forward to Wilf in a team that plays on the front foot, it would be great to see him operating at pace again and hopefully happy. Under Hodgson he seemed to be used as an outlet and often received the ball tracking back or static.

If he goes I will truly miss him, I watch football because of players like him. Not saying I don't appreciate all the other aspects but its the players like Wilf that really ice the cake for me. The stadium rises when Wilf gets the ball and attacks, when he beats players like they aren't there, hopefully Viera can get that Wilf back.

 

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View Midlands Eagle's Profile Midlands Eagle Flag 13 Aug 21 6.37am Send a Private Message to Midlands Eagle Add Midlands Eagle as a friend

Originally posted by StrangerThing

There is truth on all sides of this argument but the stats speak for themselves. In February (the latest I could find) we had lost 18 of the 20 previous games without Wilf, failing to score in 16 of those.

I wonder how much of that was down to the lack of quality in the squad down to under investment on the basis that Wilf score enough to keep us up.

I think that once we've finished in this transfer window and all the new boys are fit we will have a much stronger squad which is more likely to be able to cope without him. After all we will have to in January during AFCON

 

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