Spot on.Because when he gets the ball, the first thing he does is to check back inside and take time to assess what he can do (mainly "Can I get a shot for myself here?"), often when the passer has moved on an overlap for the 1-2. That slows everything down and lets the opposition get organised. It's obvious from the last few games that Parkinson wants is to play with one or two touches and keep the ball moving. McGeady can't or won't do that.