People will enjoy them, as there's loads of music like that around now, and people generally dig it. Good at what they do. Don't mind the music and like the guitar playing, singers voice disinterests me, lyrics quite standard and fly past me.
If you're 1-0 up with 20 minutes to go he is the type of player you want on the pitch, but if you're 1-0 down with 20 minutes to go he is the type of player that wouldn't fill you with a great deal of hope.
Think it requires a certain style of play, I think teams who play an open, counter-attacking style have top scorers. Lukaku at Everton for example, Benteke at Villa (first season). they like to play quick and really hit teams. Sturridge another.
Its kind of why we had to decent goalscorers last season because it was quick play through the middle. I think in Huddlestone they have someone who can play quickly and so Rhodes could find some space from Hull's wing backs crosses. If Hull play too rigid I think Rhodes could become isolated.
Why does he get could woody when his names Wordsworth, surely it should be 'wordy'. Anyway, I don't know what to make of this one. The common theme seems to be that the more tidy players are getting let go.
I personally feel that it is difficult for a creative midfielder to really shine in a MM team unless you are energetic and box to box. After any defeat they're the ones that will get the blame because wide players can always contribute defensively even if they aren't playing well offensively.
If Wordsworth doesn't create his hard work goes unnoticed because he will always be judged on assists ect. Its easier to impress MM if you are a Tabb because MM loves what they do, creating something is just a bonus.
I didn't say £8m, when I say recoup I mean £8m and some. Nor have I ever said 'he's that good' or will be great for a Premier league side hence why I said that fee would put teams off. At this level he is lethal, no one can dispute that.
£12m odd for a striker who is known to be a predator and not a massive physical presence in a League that he's not played in before, yeah I would say that's a gamble.
Don't know, he strikes me as a player who is quite dedicated and doesn't push for a move. Also Blackburn would want to recoup the £8m they brought him for, which probably puts clubs of as a pose to his ability.
I just find it surprising you'd take him off after 64 minutes when you know how lethal he can be. He's not indestructible sure but a little bizarre. I can see why you would take him off if you're winning with 10 mins left and bring on someone who gets involved a bit more, like the previous game they played.
Think he's the type who needs to be the main man. I'd imagine with Gestede in their there is a tendency to cross high, and Rhodes is more of an instinctive striker who will get onto rebounds or be in the right place at the right time or score with a cool one on one finish. Think a bigger striker almost eats up his space if you know what I mean.