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People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace 20:32 - May 16 with 1912 viewsBLUEBEAT

Can’t say I’ve ever seen it

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People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 20:41 - May 16 with 1875 viewsbefxblue

Bolton's keeper was sent off because his pace at PR.

Not a massive honour roll of pace related incidents involving Jackson, admittedly, but that's one that stands out in my mind.
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People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 20:45 - May 16 with 1851 viewsStokieBlue

People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 20:41 - May 16 by befxblue

Bolton's keeper was sent off because his pace at PR.

Not a massive honour roll of pace related incidents involving Jackson, admittedly, but that's one that stands out in my mind.


He was played with his back to goal for most his appearances......

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People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 21:06 - May 16 with 1769 viewsWarkTheWarkITFC

Watch the start of Bristol City away. He closed down the keeper and forced a mistake covering 30 yards in a couple of seconds.

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People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 21:22 - May 16 with 1711 viewsJoHnNnY

I partly agree with this. He’s no slouch, but put in a 100 yard dash race with the likes of Bent, Haynes, Dyer, Kiwomya in their prime - he’d be easily last.

Can we just play some attractive football please?

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People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 21:35 - May 16 with 1661 viewsclive_baker

Was it Preston at home where he came on then beat their keeper to a ball he had no right to get, near the Cobbold stand. Was that the incident that got the keeper the red and Gallagher had to go in goal? He’s definitely rapid, no doubt about that. It’s a shame he’s got the touch of a hippo.

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People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 21:40 - May 16 with 1630 viewsTractorCam

People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 21:35 - May 16 by clive_baker

Was it Preston at home where he came on then beat their keeper to a ball he had no right to get, near the Cobbold stand. Was that the incident that got the keeper the red and Gallagher had to go in goal? He’s definitely rapid, no doubt about that. It’s a shame he’s got the touch of a hippo.


That's the one!
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People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 21:42 - May 16 with 1606 viewsclive_baker

People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 21:40 - May 16 by TractorCam

That's the one!


Lambert’s first game IIRC.

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People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 22:04 - May 16 with 1520 viewsKeaneish

People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 21:06 - May 16 by WarkTheWarkITFC

Watch the start of Bristol City away. He closed down the keeper and forced a mistake covering 30 yards in a couple of seconds.


And his goal in the league cup against Exeter showed his pace.

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People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 22:06 - May 16 with 1505 viewsPJH

People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 21:06 - May 16 by WarkTheWarkITFC

Watch the start of Bristol City away. He closed down the keeper and forced a mistake covering 30 yards in a couple of seconds.


Would have set a World record for 100 metres at that rate.
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People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 22:07 - May 16 with 1502 viewsDarth_Koont

People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 20:45 - May 16 by StokieBlue

He was played with his back to goal for most his appearances......

SB


Indeed. We've used him against his nature and attacked with little purpose so it's difficult to see exactly where he would really show his pace.

But as others have pointed out, it's been apparent when there's been something to run for.
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People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 22:25 - May 16 with 1444 viewsronnyd

People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 21:06 - May 16 by WarkTheWarkITFC

Watch the start of Bristol City away. He closed down the keeper and forced a mistake covering 30 yards in a couple of seconds.


God, he makes Usain Bolt look slow.
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People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 22:35 - May 16 with 1387 viewscaught-in-limbo

That's how real pace works - it's difficult to see.

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People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 23:15 - May 16 with 1312 viewsSwansea_Blue

It’s the tireless running that stands out for me, not just pure pace in a straight line. Although he is fairly rapid too. He’s definitely what you’d call a mobile player.

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People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 02:21 - May 17 with 1177 viewsbournemouthblue

He's fast for sure but we rarely played a style where we could slot him in to show it

I think it was Brentford at home where we actually fed balls through their defence for him to chase and he looksd a far better player then

I think he has suffered majorly from Hurst favouring one up front and Lambert doing similar. He has been used to playing next to a big targetman but has simply been feeding off scraps when selected

Keane would have suited his game but rarely played next to him sadly

I fear he will probably be off, join someone like Leterborugh and then look really good before being sold on for a decent whack

We won't care though because Norwood who is essentially his replacement will be excellent

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People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 07:28 - May 17 with 1035 viewsSteve_M

Well it's clearly there, the number of defenders who've ended up[ panicking because he has closed them down far quicker than expected is quite high.

Whether he has enough of an all round game to make the most of that pace is another matter.

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People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 07:36 - May 17 with 1020 viewsBLUEBEAT

People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 02:21 - May 17 by bournemouthblue

He's fast for sure but we rarely played a style where we could slot him in to show it

I think it was Brentford at home where we actually fed balls through their defence for him to chase and he looksd a far better player then

I think he has suffered majorly from Hurst favouring one up front and Lambert doing similar. He has been used to playing next to a big targetman but has simply been feeding off scraps when selected

Keane would have suited his game but rarely played next to him sadly

I fear he will probably be off, join someone like Leterborugh and then look really good before being sold on for a decent whack

We won't care though because Norwood who is essentially his replacement will be excellent


I’m hoping he stays and forms a partnership with Norwood.

I think Ellis Harrison will be the striker that moves on first.

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People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 08:07 - May 17 with 952 viewsJimmyJazz

People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 02:21 - May 17 by bournemouthblue

He's fast for sure but we rarely played a style where we could slot him in to show it

I think it was Brentford at home where we actually fed balls through their defence for him to chase and he looksd a far better player then

I think he has suffered majorly from Hurst favouring one up front and Lambert doing similar. He has been used to playing next to a big targetman but has simply been feeding off scraps when selected

Keane would have suited his game but rarely played next to him sadly

I fear he will probably be off, join someone like Leterborugh and then look really good before being sold on for a decent whack

We won't care though because Norwood who is essentially his replacement will be excellent


Jeez, i know times are bad what with dropping down to a league we've not been in during my lifetime, but i've not even heard of some of these teams such as Leterborough

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People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 13:04 - May 17 with 749 viewschristiand

People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 21:22 - May 16 by JoHnNnY

I partly agree with this. He’s no slouch, but put in a 100 yard dash race with the likes of Bent, Haynes, Dyer, Kiwomya in their prime - he’d be easily last.


Why does he need to run over 100 yards? 5 to 10 yards burst of pace is all that's needed.

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People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 13:08 - May 17 with 735 viewsSouperJim

People often talk about Kayden Jackson’s pace on 08:07 - May 17 by JimmyJazz

Jeez, i know times are bad what with dropping down to a league we've not been in during my lifetime, but i've not even heard of some of these teams such as Leterborough


Fierce rivals of Lambridge United I believe.

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