Dušan Vlahović (28 Viewers)

How many goals this season? All competitions.


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Boksic

Senior Member
May 11, 2005
13,289
Thought he looked sharp early on but drifted out the game. He's clearly not fit and it was his first start in a while but the concern is he is struggling to stay fit.

Should have scored from a header in the first half.
 
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Vlad

In Allegri We Trust
May 23, 2011
22,349
He wasted some good chances and in general his spell here has been frustrating. A genuine struggle in each game. That header in the 1st half, any decent striker has to score.
 

Angelus87

Junior Member
Jan 10, 2022
447
With Kean that show grow and Milik we dont need to put Vlaho so fast as starter after injury. Kean and Milik give some goods. Overalll since we dont play europe i think it s ok to go easy.
 

Alin

FINO ALLA FINE!
Jul 27, 2015
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Definitely needs to do better, although saying it does feel a bit repetitive as it has been the same case ever since he arrived here, hardly making his presence felt on the pitch outside of the rare days when he actually gets on the scoresheet, which usually to give credit to him do tend to be clutch goals for us, but he needs to make an impact more consistently otherwise he will never manage to take that leap in confidence and quality.
 

MikeM

Footballing Hipster celebrating 4th place with Tuz
Sep 21, 2008
12,423
Objectively, his only strength is he can sometimes score goals other strikers can't. Sometimes.

Otherwise if you're honest, you would prefer Milik for passing, hold up and aerials and you'd prefer Kean for pace, dribbling, strength and probably movement.

His effectiveness relies solely on him scoring bangers because in a year i haven't seen him do much else. He hit a wicked switch last match but it happens once a month. His head is otherwise completely down at all times
 

Klin

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May 27, 2009
61,689
Objectively, his only strength is he can sometimes score goals other strikers can't. Sometimes.

Otherwise if you're honest, you would prefer Milik for passing, hold up and aerials and you'd prefer Kean for pace, dribbling, strength and probably movement.

His effectiveness relies solely on him scoring bangers because in a year i haven't seen him do much else. He hit a wicked switch last match but it happens once a month. His head is otherwise completely down at all times
You forgot his main strength; cheering up his teammates on the eventual referee/VAR decision against us.
 

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