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Brian Sciaretta
In the end, this is correct. McKennie wasn’t great today, made mistakes, and was sloppy with the ball at times. He was also one of Schalke’s best players because he did a lot of defensive work. But it’s also an alarming sign on state of Schalke these days
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Larry Henry Jr May 16
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poor day for most of the Americans overall
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Brian Sciaretta May 16
Replying to @lhenry019
Pretty much. Brooks was good for most of the game. Important win as Wolfsburg finally moved into the Europa spot
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Bob Morocco May 16
Replying to @BrianSciaretta
This list was prompted by the first half, which did not go as well but featured some typical errors.
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Michelle Schmidt May 16
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Yup. Which is why I think Wes needs a move to a club where he can’t make those mistakes and still be the best on the team, bc he’s got to grow.
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jason elliot May 16
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Schalke needs to improve their developmental Acacdemy. Although it will not be easy as they are fighting over players with Dortmund. Youth development is there way back to the top 4 in Germany
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Florian Cross Willy May 16
Replying to @BrianSciaretta
Many more performances like today's and David Wagner will be gone sooner rather than later. Schalke had about 10 early second half minutes of competitiveness, but otherwise was never in this one.
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Adam Kaelin May 16
Replying to @BrianSciaretta
Do you think that McKennie needs more structure around him? Better players? Someone ahead of him who actually threatens to score a goal or two?
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Southern Gentleman May 16
I think he needs a useful 6 that can defend and spray the ball and a useful 10 that can create That way his defensive work rate is useful and maximized
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Puckhead48e May 17
Replying to @BrianSciaretta
Wagner love-fest will face a quick and brutal demise unless this team starts looking more structured and poised.
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ApopLexi LOLass May 17
The positive from this game is McKennie was trusted to hold possession from the CBs and was competent enough while playing on a team outclassed against the second-best team in the Bundesliga to not have a howler We don't have another player who could do as well
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