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Analysis: How Sergio Reguilon Struggled Against Arsenal [inc. video]
By Harry Hotspur -

Sergio’s heat map shows that he attempted to play in an attacking role, but it just didn’t come off for him. He was occasionally in the thick of it, but ultimately very little came good for the 24-year-old.

Sergio Reguilon’s total successful actions were notably down with far too many forced errors in and around the Tottenham penalty area.

Reggie’s passing was also down from his average of 81.2% to 77%.

The Spaniard’s passing was also worryingly down, from an average of 50.6% to 35%.

Defensive duels also slumped down from his mean average of 59.6% to 44%. There we also over a third fewer interceptions.

The one notable highpoint was the assist…

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East Stand
East Stand
3 months ago

Reggie sadly being dragged down to ENIC FC’s level…

Archibald&Crooks
Archibald&Crooks
3 months ago

I see Tomi mentioned a lot in here and for the life of me I cannot see why we didnt sign him.
I’m not moaning I mean I just dont understand it.
Perhaps one of the Happy Clappers could crawl out and explain why/Thanks

Cyril knowls
Cyril knowls
3 months ago

He is simply a confidence player who`s quick lively with little ability
and when the team were playing well under Jose for a short time he done well, also he is a wing back not a full back so maybe in a forward thinking team he is one who improves IMO,

On the Arsenal game i do not think we had a player of note maybe Gill
and Skipp were about it

Lilywhite witout the II
Lilywhite witout the II
3 months ago

Dan’s luck has run out, and without continued smart buying he now finds himself having to rebuild the rebuild (that hasn’t really been a rebuild)….I think someone posted we had 9 players from the Poch era that played on Sunday, all of which are the dead beats….says it all…

Lilywhite witout the II
Lilywhite witout the II
3 months ago

And we haven’t replaced players that gave us 30 goals last season…still only 1 striker…..Moura and Stevey don’t score so really not sure what Levy thinks managers can do…

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
3 months ago

Maybe he expects Nuno to play upfront?

Elevenstonedidiots
Elevenstonedidiots
3 months ago

Remember Roy Keane challenging Redknapp about Reggie saying if he was so good why did Real let him go? He was 23 not exactly a kid and they opted to retain the 48 year old Marcelo. We have just bought another cast off in Emerson, a player Barca flipped for a profit of €16 in 3 months! He looks like a Brazilian Matt Doherty to me. Aurier too was a reserve at PSG. These players are damaged goods who failed to make the grade. We would be better off buying hungry players eager to make the step up. Our next opponents Villa bought, Konsa, Cash and McGinn from the lower leagues for peanuts and they have been brilliant – clever recruitment without spending fortunes. We could have done worse than spend the £53m we spent on Romero to snaffle Konsa, a fine defender ready to walk into the team.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
3 months ago

Levy is incapable of takin into consideration the ability of the player, he simply cannot see beyond the price tag. The man is a market trader of low intelligence when it comes to commonsense.

Nemesis
Nemesis
3 months ago

I agree with what you’re saying, but Semedo and Digne were also rejects. Levy knows nothing. If he did our defense could’ve beeen the 2 mentioned plus Skriniar and Dias. I agree we should look for hungry younger players from lower leagues. I think Leicester signed Justin from Luton for a modest fee. And how is Rodon any worse than Dier and Sanchez…

Chris
Chris
3 months ago

Like Watkins, it’s hard to imagine a young player leaving Villa for a team at best on par with them. The way they’re nurturing younger players and playing a decentish brand of football makes them attractive, like we were five or six years ago.
If you were a Matty Cash or Emi Buendia and had no allegiance to either club, who would pick. A team on the up, or the one in apparent freefall. A stable coach who appears to get the best out of youngsters, or a guy who will be gone in 6-12 months and replaced by who knows what…

Marbella Spur
Marbella Spur
3 months ago

Zidane was right about him. He will never be a top class footballer and I didn’t like the way he clutched his face when tussling with Tomiyasu who hardly touched him. Why we bought Emerson Royal rather than the Japanese player is a mystery.

Lilywhite witout the II
Lilywhite witout the II
3 months ago
Reply to  Marbella Spur

Probably because they wanted the full payment….Barca would have accepted a 5 year plan as they are so desperate for money….its always based on spreadsheet buying…

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
3 months ago

Another transfer “masterclass” from the little baldy.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
3 months ago

And the master negotiator got one over on Man City and Harry Kane.

And it’s all worked out so well.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
3 months ago
Reply to  Marbella Spur

No mystery, we’re just clueless cheap skates. And when we do spend big money N’Dombele, Lo Celso, we’re clueless bunglers nine times out of ten.

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