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View ambrose7's Profile ambrose7 Flag Croydon 11 Nov 22 12.09pm Send a Private Message to ambrose7 Add ambrose7 as a friend

The longer this thread goes on, the more it supports Olise's approach.

The guy said 11 words and there's a week long thread about what it means about him as a person. Heaven forbid if he'd given people 30 words to interpret.

Good to see that the cut in and shoot has finally resulted in a goal - it has seemed like it is all he has wanted to do in recent games at the expense of players in better positions. I'd like to see him get to the byline more frequently. He has the footwork to do it and having the defender in two minds will give him more time on the occasions he does cut in. Don't see him doing a lot on his right foot and until he can mix it up, it'll hold him back.

 


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View Vaibow's Profile Vaibow Flag vancouver/croydon 11 Nov 22 9.50pm Send a Private Message to Vaibow Add Vaibow as a friend

Originally posted by thai-eagle

He failed?? Olise is a valuable member of our football team. Why all this crap about teaching him to perform in front of reporters, he's a footballer and thus does his (brilliant) talk on the pitch.

yeah, it was a s*** interview all round... and if you think it doesn't matter, tell that to companies looking to sponsor and the money it brings - in fact, why you even on a public forum talking about the game? Just watch it, go home, live ya life, repeat

 


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View Goal Machine's Profile Goal Machine Flag The Cronx 11 Nov 22 10.19pm Send a Private Message to Goal Machine Add Goal Machine as a friend

Originally posted by Nicholas91

Absolutely agree.

I completely reject any notion that footballers should have some sort of 'media training' alongside their role which should only be considered in the instance they are likely to get themselves/the club in trouble for whatever reason.

Yes they have a duty to conduct themselves properly given their exposure to the public however the requirement for them to 'entertain' us should be limited to the football pitch. A lot of these young players, Olise included, are very young too. If Sky et al don't think they interview well then... don't interview them!!

I donít know what the deal is with professional footballers and media work, but I know managers are obligated to speak to the media after matches. Is it possible that match winners/man of the match must do the same? - possibly for sponsorship reasons/contracts? And if so, should he address his camera issues or should he keep doing the same?

My guess is that Olise will be embarrassed by the interview when he looks back at it - it was uncomfortable viewing. His football will always come first, but if he does a few more like that, people will start to think heís a bit simple which might bring an unwanted pressure. The reality is that the media side is a part of the job most players didnít sign up for - which is why a lot of clubs offer media training.

 

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View Nicholas91's Profile Nicholas91 Flag The Democratic Republic of Kent 11 Nov 22 11.03pm Send a Private Message to Nicholas91 Add Nicholas91 as a friend

Originally posted by Goal Machine

I donít know what the deal is with professional footballers and media work, but I know managers are obligated to speak to the media after matches. Is it possible that match winners/man of the match must do the same? - possibly for sponsorship reasons/contracts? And if so, should he address his camera issues or should he keep doing the same?

My guess is that Olise will be embarrassed by the interview when he looks back at it - it was uncomfortable viewing. His football will always come first, but if he does a few more like that, people will start to think heís a bit simple which might bring an unwanted pressure. The reality is that the media side is a part of the job most players didnít sign up for - which is why a lot of clubs offer media training.

I watched Olise's... I don't know what you call it - 'welcome video' when he first joined. It was documentary-esque in terms of having people that knew him provide some insight and background into his character. He either is or plays somewhat of an 'enigma' type or at the very least far removed from the conventions we may expect of footballers. He came across as the archetypal Frenchman, perhaps more suited to brooding outside a Parisian cafe in muted clothing, folded up in deep contemplation or ennui, slowly puffing on a cigarette if that conjures up some imagery.

Quite frankly, it's somewhat refreshing given the usual half-witted cliches trotted out: "The gaffer just told me to go out and give it my all", "the lads gave 110%", "I just want to thank the fans" etc. I actually much prefer his demeanour, makes him more relatable for me and lends itself to his footballing style in offering something a bit different, original and of actual interest. I don't think it's because he's "a bit simple", he just doesn't conform well or parrot others as we see so often, once again, appealing to myself but I would guess plenty of others too. He may just be a bit shy, maybe even a bit arrogant or maybe just very introverted and so on.

Anyhow, it's an improvement and refreshing in my eyes. If anybody wants him to read from a script for contractual obligations and that is deemed necessary for financial reasons then so be it however I for one do not support or like that position. I'd prefer to see Mickey out there reacting naturally to media questioning, if he must be put in that position, and not just offering up the usual drivel we've all become so accustom to. In any event and whatever choice he makes, he'll still have my support that's for sure.

 


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Reading the above post, (Nicholas91), made me think - does anyone actually give a sh*t about these post match player interviews? Do they really, in general, add anything to the match you've just watched? Is there some wonderful insights into things that I am missing?

If the answer to most of the above is NO, like me, then hopefully interviews like Olise's will perhaps help to hasten their demise...

(meanwhile, he really was the most entertaining one I've seen)

 


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View Slimey Toad's Profile Slimey Toad Flag Karsiyaka, North Cyprus 12 Nov 22 9.08am Send a Private Message to Slimey Toad Add Slimey Toad as a friend

Totally agree. I am late to the party and just now watched it. He wasn't rude, didn't scowl, just told the truth. Brilliant, I like him even more.

Edited by Slimey Toad (12 Nov 2022 9.09am)

 

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View mtp1958's Profile mtp1958 Flag Grays 12 Nov 22 10.34am Send a Private Message to mtp1958 Add mtp1958 as a friend

First ive seen of it great interview , if the guy watched the match he would have known what happened , Do love reporters they ask major question like what you got to do to win the game mmmmmmm score more than the other team , another good one are you happy with the result coming from behind to win , and it goes on

Well said oli couldn't have said it better now score more and give them more gems

 

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Originally posted by Nicholas91

I watched Olise's... I don't know what you call it - 'welcome video' when he first joined. It was documentary-esque in terms of having people that knew him provide some insight and background into his character. He either is or plays somewhat of an 'enigma' type or at the very least far removed from the conventions we may expect of footballers. He came across as the archetypal Frenchman, perhaps more suited to brooding outside a Parisian cafe in muted clothing, folded up in deep contemplation or ennui, slowly puffing on a cigarette if that conjures up some imagery.

Quite frankly, it's somewhat refreshing given the usual half-witted cliches trotted out: "The gaffer just told me to go out and give it my all", "the lads gave 110%", "I just want to thank the fans" etc. I actually much prefer his demeanour, makes him more relatable for me and lends itself to his footballing style in offering something a bit different, original and of actual interest. I don't think it's because he's "a bit simple", he just doesn't conform well or parrot others as we see so often, once again, appealing to myself but I would guess plenty of others too. He may just be a bit shy, maybe even a bit arrogant or maybe just very introverted and so on.

Anyhow, it's an improvement and refreshing in my eyes. If anybody wants him to read from a script for contractual obligations and that is deemed necessary for financial reasons then so be it however I for one do not support or like that position. I'd prefer to see Mickey out there reacting naturally to media questioning, if he must be put in that position, and not just offering up the usual drivel we've all become so accustom to. In any event and whatever choice he makes, he'll still have my support that's for sure.

Thought this was worth a share [Link]

Just hope it hasnít become a distraction for him and it can be quickly forgotten.

 

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