I don't disagree really, he does have a ways to go in his club career, although he has already shown flashes of his abilities in Serie A. He's shown me enough to believe that he'll have a fine career at one of the top leagues, even after I was beginning to doubt him at one point. His appearance on Radio Star really won me over. He seemed genuine, clever, and perceptive. It was insightful to hear more about what it's like being one of the younger hoobaes on the national team. He's also pretty funny to boot. I also agree that LSW taking the ball from SHM was ground breaking. I loved hearing LSW talk about the seniority culture being detrimental to the team sometimes while on the show, but I'm sure all of us already knew this. Just as SHM had to do to his sunbaes in the past, LSW went with his gut and decided to stake his claim in the outcome of his own damn fate. Not only was it a historic goal, I hope it sets a new precedent.