Would be nice wouldnt it!Just a tip. Play Smith every game. And play Mahoney. And play both Wallaces, even if its confusing on the team sheet. Ok? Good.
Would be nice wouldnt it!
I think Mahoney just needs a run of games. He's clearly a sensitive soul who needs reassurance. Keep playing him & I reckon he will blossom & have Smith knocking goals in for fun.
Agreed mate. I just see him as one of them players that needs cementing in.Mahoney has all the talent in the world. I have said before that he is one of the most naturally gifted technical players I have ever seen in a Millwall shirt. I hope I'm wrong and he hits his straps but he has been at the club for 18 months now and he has had one good half against Luton at home.
Smith done everything but score a goal yesterday. Some pressure on his shoulders due to new player coming in? Even with that added pressure, assisted with a great touch for Leonard, played really well. If the ball is in or around him, you know he will do something to win the ball, bod on the other hand... forget it.
Mahoney is technically great, a little bit of a flair player (if ever we had one in the team it will probably be him) shifts the ball really well from foot to foot, couple of fakes, very agile... he is our trickiest player who will create lots of chances. I enjoy it as long as there is an end product, yesterday of which didn't come to much. His crossing ability is also very good. I believe, given a run of games, he should hit some form. I watched him play in a pre season friendly last year at gillingham, he was the best player on the pitch by a mile. So many pinpoint crosses on Smiths head in that game.
One of the youngest in our first team selection, he has bag fulls more to offer if played more consistently.
Sensibly so IMO. Having the option to play 3 different formations is a great asset in this division. GR stated after the game that he thought playing 4231 caught Wycombe out.Gonna be a lot of squad rotation over the next few games as there are a lot of games in short space of time.