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Congy Red 10th February 2019 12.09:13

Akil Wright - almost amazing
 
A common view, but not everybody's view is that Akil Wright is not worthy of a place in the side.


Looking back at the time I've watched Wrexham (from 1976) I can't think of a central midfielder who got so many clear cut chances per game. (Scott Green? Brian Hughes?) Wright must average 3/4 chances per game. If he put one away per game he'd be our top scorer and would probably have gone in the transfer window.


What's amazing is I could actually see him going on a scoring run. His fluffs are bad, meaning if his fluffs were slightly less bad, or lucky he actually could score a goal a game!!

Alan Attack 10th February 2019 12.14:10

Re: Akil Wright - almost amazing
 
Hopefully Yozza can work on his finishing!

ABd 10th February 2019 12.18:01

Re: Akil Wright - almost amazing
 
[QUOTE=Alan Attack;2230237]Hopefully Yozza can work on his finishing![/QUOTE]

Can't afford to be working on basics like that at this stage of the season.

As I said in the other thread, play Walker further forward and Summerfield/Carra in Wrights role.

Gaz Wxm 10th February 2019 12.44:08

Re: Akil Wright - almost amazing
 
to be fair to him he gets in the positions where he has the opportunity to have a go which is better than the rest of the midfield. He rushes and snatches at the ball though just needs to take a breath and think about it....which may come with maturity

LWR 10th February 2019 12.49:29

Re: Akil Wright - almost amazing
 
[QUOTE=Gaz Wxm;2230249][B]to be fair to him he gets in the positions where he has the opportunity to have a go which is better than the rest of the midfield.[/B] He rushes and snatches at the ball though just needs to take a breath and think about it....which may come with maturity[/QUOTE]

Exactly.

I think alot of it is a confidence thing. If he got a couple he would be off.

pagl 10th February 2019 12.49:40

Re: Akil Wright - almost amazing
 
[QUOTE=Congy Red;2230233]A common view, but not everybody's view is that Akil Wright is not worthy of a place in the side.


Looking back at the time I've watched Wrexham (from 1976) I can't think of a central midfielder who got so many clear cut chances per game. (Scott Green? Brian Hughes?) Wright must average 3/4 chances per game. If he put one away per game he'd be our top scorer and would probably have gone in the transfer window.


What's amazing is I could actually see him going on a scoring run. His fluffs are bad, meaning if his fluffs were slightly less bad, or lucky he actually could score a goal a game!![/QUOTE]

Quite funny.
He couldn't hit a barn door. Unless he puts in the practice it will not change.

Funny_Old_Game 10th February 2019 13.25:35

Re: Akil Wright - almost amazing
 
He can’t shoot and he can’t head the ball. He has a 50p head. His goal against Salford just looked weird.

dixienormous 10th February 2019 13.28:34

Re: Akil Wright - almost amazing
 
He's one of the worst players I've ever seen in front of goal.

Outertowner 10th February 2019 13.50:01

Re: Akil Wright - almost amazing
 
He simply lacks composure in front of goal. There were a few misses yesterday but the open goal miss was criminal. He had time, the ball dropped for him good enough but he completely fluffed it.
Could be a confidence thing and if he gets the luck to get him a few goals it may calm him down in front of goal.

John Neals Dynasty 10th February 2019 13.50:45

Re: Akil Wright - almost amazing
 
Whilst he couldn't hit a barn door with the misses being harder than scoring, he deserves credit for managing to miss. Fans were actually laughing at his misses.

But something must've of been said too him at halftime to push further forwards because he got in more scoring positions than any of our forwards have done in half a dozen games, maybe the first simple miss made him anxious infront of goal.

But it's his play overall that's poor, he can't make simple passes, can't beat a defender, and worse can't tackle without falling on his arse, he gives possession away numerous times although he isn't the only one guilty of it.

I can't get my head around why Oswell wasn't even in the squad if fit yesterday's game was a chance to sharpen up, have we paid and wasted more money on a dud?
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