Yes, you're right, I think that "Engineer" is simply obliged to release it in the next match at the start. This guy has participated in many Greek attacks and I always heard his name from a commentator in a very approving manner. If he will play in the center of the Greek attack, then I think the Czechs not will be good in the match against Greece.Salpingidis should've started. I thought he would. Luckily after this performance, he hopefully will start next game. They need his speed and agility up front. Without him, Greek front line is too static and slow.
Long time since I posted on here... but it is a national tournament after all! (Fairweather fan )
Anyway, there's a fair amount of talk about top scorers, winners and the big names, but what 'lesser' known players are you looking to see, or what young players do you think will make an impact?
I don't think either will start games, but I'm looking forward to seeing if either Giannis Fetfatzidis, or Milan Badelj will make an impact for Greece and Croatia respectively.
Who are you tipping to make a name for themselves?
Yeah, Shirokov was also very good today, both in general all Zenit's players in the team. As they say Shirokov not only a greatest twitterman, but also an excellent soccer player.Dzagoev had a GREAT chance he missed. Easiest chance he had to score.
Shirokov was PERFECT! Start to finish.
Yeah, Dzagoev's been hyped up for a few years now. I'd be surprised if people hadn't already have heard of him or expected him to do well.
Ah, what the Guardian's Scott Murray coined the "Josimar-Murdoch Law of Diminishing Returns".How many players do we know nothing about these days? Modern football is extensively covered by TV, print media and the internet. The days of watching major tournaments and discovering unknown players are long gone.
Ah, what the Guardian's Scott Murray coined the "Josimar-Murdoch Law of Diminishing Returns".
"The theory that major tournaments are not what they once were because we have too much knowledge and there can never again be that thrill of realising a player or team we've never heard of is supremely talented."