Besides, his clinical finish against Southampton is something of an indicator that Saturday was just an off-day for his finishing – plus, if it wasn’t for his arms, he’d have plenty more goals to show for it in 2019/2020.
It also can’t be forgotten how much he helps Haller tick…
Why not add to the squad and keep him? People moan about the depth of the squad then want to sell our best player because he has turned 30 🤦🏻♂️😂
— Jamie Daley ⚒ (@DaleyJamie) March 11, 2020
Why?! And then rely on the board to bring in someone better ? He’s one of the few players that actually loves the club aswell
— Billy Watson (@Wa44828725Billy) March 10, 2020
— Emotions madness (@EmotionsMadness) March 11, 2020
Anyone saying yes to this needs to look through the team sheet & then replaying our games in their minds this year. He is one of the very few that brings offensive play. Forward runs, makes things happen.
— Herts2020 (@herts2020) March 11, 2020
Def not Antonio has been a game changer for us yes not technical the best but pace power directness & on good money £70k but hasn’t had new deal like Lanzini. If can sell Yarmo & Wilshere that’s £210k a week that doesn’t ever play & too much for squad player anyway
— Joshua (@SchroerJr) March 10, 2020
Seriously guys?!? After one poor game and you are writing him off… He’s the one that has power and pace that is crucial in Premier League
— Joel Koch (@JoelKoch09) March 10, 2020
Why sell our better players
— Andy Murton (@AndyMurton1) March 10, 2020
We don’t properly replace players under this ownership so my answer is always no for these types of questions.
— #GSBOUT (@CostiaAHN) March 10, 2020