With young creative players maybe some of the mistakes are actually risks that older players have had trained out of them.Fair comment, Norfolk.
Embleton certainly offers something: not least the fact that he sets up the strikers with decent chances.
I'm not sure I agree that young players make mistakes that experienced players don't; maybe they show naivety sometimes but experienced pros also make absolute howlers, particularly at L1 level.
I wasn’t sure if this thread was needed but you quickly proved it was, thanks for that.
And you really judge jack Ross judgement?Totally agree, especially in the position he plays. Even some of our better players like McGeady and maguire make as many errors as positive contributions. Nature of creative players at this level, there will be games he will be poor no doubt but if Ross has deemed him good enough he needs to be given a good run in the side.