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YOGI_GER
07-05-2011, 14:44
When he came on?

agcooper
07-05-2011, 14:44
When he came on?

fine he like the rest strolled the last half hour.

YOGI_GER
07-05-2011, 14:45
Possible starter for the next 2 games and Smiths last?

GregMc
07-05-2011, 14:46
He was fine mate. Nae sweat just like the rest of the team.

Manchester Bear_1872
07-05-2011, 14:46
He did some great pointing :ninja:

agcooper
07-05-2011, 14:47
Possible starter for the next 2 games and Smiths last?

No.

you don't disrupt a winning team.

Edu played pretty well today looked well up for it.

Loyalty Card
07-05-2011, 14:47
I hope he doesn't walk backi nto the team Edu played very well today.

Southside_Shug
07-05-2011, 14:48
He has been shite for years...a waste of money

BearNed
07-05-2011, 14:49
Doubt he will start any of the remaining games but he did okay when he came on.

devilman
07-05-2011, 14:50
He looked good, pinged a few balls around, made the simple passes no problem and had a decent strike of the ball towards the end. Obua had pretty much won every single high ball launched in until McCulloch came on.

Edu had a pretty good game today, pleased with his performance but if we're not going to play Hutton or Ness in Central midfield with Davis then I reckon McCulloch is a better option.

Know Your Enemy
07-05-2011, 14:51
Well hung.

Big BlueBear
07-05-2011, 14:52
Immediate impact, allowed our players to go forward a lot more, as well as put Hearts players under pressure when near him.

defender
07-05-2011, 14:53
No.

you don't disrupt a winning team.

Edu played pretty well today looked well up for it.

Don't agree mate, Whittaker also poor today but Edu is consistently poor although he tries hard

agcooper
07-05-2011, 14:54
Don't agree mate, Whittaker also poor today but Edu is consistently poor although he tries hard

Edu wasn't poor today but i agree on whittaker for the first half houer he was all over the place.

You do not disrupt a winning team to play a player who has been out injured for 4 months - he'd be ****ed after 15 mins on tuesday night.

Captain_Buns
07-05-2011, 14:55
Edu is consistently poor although he tries hard

Edu has played really well last 2 games IMO. McCulloch just looked like his usual self.

defender
07-05-2011, 14:56
Edu wasn't poor today but i agree on whittaker for the first half houer he was all over the place.

You do not disrupt a winning team to play a player who has been out injured for 4 months - he'd be ****ed after 15 mins on tuesday night.


I take your point about a settled side, we can always swap Edu for McCulloch during the game if needed anyway

Loyalty Card
07-05-2011, 14:56
Don't agree mate, Whittaker also poor today but Edu is consistently poor although he tries hard

If you don't think Edu played well today you are an idiot and completley blinded because of your hatred towards him. I hate it when fans don't actually judge players by how he plays they just think back to previous poor games. Same happens with Lafferty and Adam before him.

agcooper
07-05-2011, 14:57
I take your point about a settled side, we can always swap Edu for McCulloch during the game if needed anyway

that's how i see it.

thethunderer
07-05-2011, 14:57
Edu has been very poor, especially since the turn of the year, today however he was excellent.

Arveladzes Shuffle
07-05-2011, 14:57
I hope he doesn't walk backi nto the team Edu played very well today.

Edu did have a very good game.

Lawsome
07-05-2011, 14:58
Edu has played really well last 2 games IMO. McCulloch just looked like his usual self.

I'd say Edu has played well the last two games, but only compared to his poor season standard. McCulloch is a much better option. His movement, build up play and defensive ability are all far superior.

chilebear
07-05-2011, 15:00
He couldnt have had an easier come back.We were well ahead when he came on,so there was no pressure.
Weve been´playing well without him so he shouldnt just come straight back in.
The more players fit the better though.

mayfairblue2
07-05-2011, 15:09
The game was finished when he came on hard to judge him.