Fulhamerica: the Ream Continues [R]

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  1. hype25

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    Jul 17, 2016
    According to ESPN he went '90. Looks like a Fulham player was given a red in the 68th, BCFC scored in the 75th to win 1-0.

    http://www.espnfc.us/lineups?gameId=452858
     
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  5. Sufjan Guzan

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    I gotta be honest. That Sessegnon kid is incredible for a 16 year old. He would probably be a rotational player or automatic starter for us at LB and he's 16.
     
  6. LouisianaViking07/09

    Aug 15, 2009
    16? shouldn't he be doing his homework?
     
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  7. Sufjan Guzan

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    He's the youngest ever championship scorer. Actually the first player born in the 2000s to score in an English first team match across the top several levels of the pyramid.

    Getting it back to Ream. He seems to be in a good situation. I don't think he's going to get back to the Premier League, because if Fulham gets promoted they will surely upgrade on defense..It's been their biggest problem in the championship.

    That being said, he's a regular for a top half club, so there will be no shortage of suitors if things go south.
     
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  10. wrench

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    Harry loves Tim.
     
  11. soccerusa517

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    #2561 soccerusa517, Feb 19, 2017
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    Yeah Ream is having an awful game. Championship is his level.

    edit: Can see a return to MLS in the near the future?
     
  12. wrench

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  13. LouisianaViking07/09

    Aug 15, 2009
    perhaps a bit of an overreaction? he is playing against 1 of the best sides in the PL, now if he was playing among the worst sides in League 2 and being crappy...
     
  14. wrench

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    Tbh, seems the whole team is at least a step behind. Second goal, Tim stepped to help and no one followed Kane's run from deep. First goal, announcer said nice assist from ballboy. Did his team no favor. Third goal, Harry Kane. Easy to see the difference tween EPL and C'ship.
     
  15. adam tash

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    Jul 12, 2013
    nope.

    if arena watched that match and thought Ream would be a good option for the USMNT i would be surprised.

    like it or not, USMNT defenders are gonna have to be able to stop players like Kane and delle ali(sp?)....Ream looked like he will never be able to do so.
     
  16. thedukeofsoccer

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    He's versatile cover in CONCACAF. The 8th defender on the roster in case of emergency at lb or cb, or an option to start and provide some leadership next to an inexperienced player in b-team comps. He shouldn't have to worry about marking Kane or Ali in those matches, when he'd actually play. His primarily role would be to distribute the ball, which he's good at, and keep up with long speed, which he's capable of because of his times and history. He did it against T&T. Just don't let him be isolated 1 v. 1 or have to face combo play.
     
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  17. LouisianaViking07/09

    Aug 15, 2009
    to be fair Ream was always 5th best at the back during the last few years so I doubt Arena would want anything more from him than simply as "cover".
     
  18. ttrevett

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    I would have to assume the 5th earl of Bruce was there to hope to see some of CCV. He can't think TR is at the level that could displace Omah or Brooks, or even any of the guys who played in the last two friendlies.

    Iffin he did, after that performance he doesn't anymore.

    Bad on the pass that led to the first, bad on the cross that led to the first, bad on the marking on the second, and slow to step up on the third, getting caught in no-man's land. Uga Lee.
     
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  24. Sufjan Guzan

    Sufjan Guzan Member

    Feb 13, 2016
    Fulham snatched a draw at the death.

    FWIW they are in the best form in the entire Championship atm.

    14 points from their last five matches and unbeaten.
     
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  25. LouisianaViking07/09

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    Soccer is a cruel mistress
     

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