Jump to content



Recommended Posts

I think he showed how good he can be last season. He seemed to be unsettled when Mourinho left and went backwards for a bit. After the Carling Cup final he disappeared for a while but since he has come back he looks to be regaining last seasons form. I like him a lot and thibk he will be a real asset for us over the next few years.

He is a very different player from Maka though. Much more comfortable on the ball and a better passer but not as positionally astute.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

we need to remember hes still only a young lad. its ok playing up front or on the wing as a kid as you can get away with mistakes. hes in the middle against some excellent players and has handled himself very well. plus learning of maka must help his game immensely.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

his improvement has been noticible in recent games, i think he's a better passer of the ball than maka and has a wider range of passing, he needs to learn to time his tackles alittle bit better and he's better in the air than maka (been a good foot or so bigger probably helps hime there)

one thing he does have a lot in common with maka is neither of them can shoot for toffees

with maka helping, obi will become a great player

Link to comment
Share on other sites


This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

This topic is now closed to further replies.
  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    • No registered users viewing this page.
  • Create New...
Please Sign In or Sign Up

Well, this is awkward!

Happy Tech GIF by Atlassian

The Shed End Forum relies on revenue to pay for hosting and upgrades. While we try to keep adverts as unobtrusive as possible without pop ups, we need to run ad's to make sure we can stay online and continue to keep the forum up, as over the years costs have become very high.

Could you please allow adverts on this domain by switching it off. Some of the advert banners can actually be closed to avoid interferance of your experience on The Shed End.

Cheers now!

Sure, let me in!