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Re: Former Reds Watch

Postby Stuckey Fri May 19, 2017 8:40 am

He has shown moments of quality for the Socceroos but in his 50 or so game career we're probably talking about 5 of less times. The rest of the time he's just run around like a headless chook and fluffed many of the chances he's offered. I almost put those times of quality down to dumb luck.
At Socceroos level I think he's a squaddie at best. Which obviously means he's good at HAL level. It would be great if the HAL as a bit longer and these sort of players came back to it. As we've seen with Troisi twice now a decent run in the HAL can do wonders for your Socceroos career.
Although with Kruse it doesn't seem to matter how much he plays at club level!
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Re: Former Reds Watch

Postby sevengoals Thu Jun 22, 2017 5:22 am

James Holland is back in the Austrian Bundesliga having signed with newly promoted Lask Linz.
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Re: Former Reds Watch

Postby Stuckey Sat Jun 24, 2017 3:45 pm

James Holland is back in the Austrian Bundesliga having signed with newly promoted Lask Linz.
Great news for him. It'll be interesting if that gets him in the Socceroos spotlight, and if so game time.
If that happens I'd be pretty annoyed if my name happened to be James Jeggo.
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Re: Former Reds Watch

Postby sevengoals Sat Jun 24, 2017 6:57 pm

James Holland is back in the Austrian Bundesliga having signed with newly promoted Lask Linz.
Great news for him. It'll be interesting if that gets him in the Socceroos spotlight, and if so game time.
If that happens I'd be pretty annoyed if my name happened to be James Jeggo.
We will see a direct duel between Holland at Lask Linz and Jeggo at Sturm Graz this season.

Having seen them play both here in Austria and in Adelaide I personally believe Jeggo is the better player and will become even better this season.

But what is important for the Socceroos is that they both play regularly in their respective first teams.

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Re: Former Reds Watch

Postby EdDog Sat Jun 24, 2017 8:31 pm

Holland is crap.

Would be miles from the national team imo.
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Re: Former Reds Watch

Postby Stuckey Sun Jun 25, 2017 5:52 am

Holland is crap.

Would be miles from the national team imo.
Considering players don't need clubs to make the NT I'd say he's already inline for a call up! :D
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