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Jackson 10:32 - Feb 16 with 2497 viewshomer_123

That header looks better each time I see it. Very tidy finish.

Should have had a hat trick yesterday but the thing I value and appreciate most is his work rate and ability to deliver a cross/assist.

Ade Akinbiyi couldn't hit a cows arse with a banjo...
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Jackson on 10:34 - Feb 16 with 1976 viewsBanksterDebtSlave

With the commentary....." he has to score...".... he really didn't!

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Jackson on 10:36 - Feb 16 with 1972 viewsHerbivore

He could easily have had another two goals and a couple of assists yesterday. He makes things happen. I find it odd that some of our fans still don't rate him.

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Jackson on 10:39 - Feb 16 with 1949 viewstractorboy1978

Jackson on 10:36 - Feb 16 by Herbivore

He could easily have had another two goals and a couple of assists yesterday. He makes things happen. I find it odd that some of our fans still don't rate him.


11 goals and 7 assists. Jackson looks a very good instinctive player/finisher. His issue comes when he has time to think about it.
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Jackson on 10:39 - Feb 16 with 1950 viewsGeoffSentence

Jackson on 10:36 - Feb 16 by Herbivore

He could easily have had another two goals and a couple of assists yesterday. He makes things happen. I find it odd that some of our fans still don't rate him.


I rate him highly too, he is a handful for most defences at this level, works and works and works, creates as well as scores, and his pace, of course, is a real asset.

He needs to work on on ones and perhaps getting a bit of confidence with finishing with his left foot.

Overall he is having a good season.

Paul Hurst knew a player when he saw one.

In the 38 games in which ALB played in goal for us, we averaged 1.53 points per game which, had they been over the course of a single season, would have seen us challenging for the play offs. This at a time when we were otherwise struggling against relegation. Oh, and didn't Mick Mills have terrific posture.
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Jackson on 10:41 - Feb 16 with 1924 viewshomer_123

Jackson on 10:39 - Feb 16 by GeoffSentence

I rate him highly too, he is a handful for most defences at this level, works and works and works, creates as well as scores, and his pace, of course, is a real asset.

He needs to work on on ones and perhaps getting a bit of confidence with finishing with his left foot.

Overall he is having a good season.

Paul Hurst knew a player when he saw one.


Hehehe....love that last sentence!

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Jackson on 10:41 - Feb 16 with 1914 viewsHerbivore

Jackson on 10:39 - Feb 16 by GeoffSentence

I rate him highly too, he is a handful for most defences at this level, works and works and works, creates as well as scores, and his pace, of course, is a real asset.

He needs to work on on ones and perhaps getting a bit of confidence with finishing with his left foot.

Overall he is having a good season.

Paul Hurst knew a player when he saw one.


We need to get TC back.

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Jackson on 10:44 - Feb 16 with 1881 viewsBackToRussia

Jackson on 10:39 - Feb 16 by tractorboy1978

11 goals and 7 assists. Jackson looks a very good instinctive player/finisher. His issue comes when he has time to think about it.


Involved in (scored, assisted) 40% of our goals. He is one of our nailed on starters.

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Jackson on 10:45 - Feb 16 with 1882 viewsmarchy

Jackson on 10:39 - Feb 16 by GeoffSentence

I rate him highly too, he is a handful for most defences at this level, works and works and works, creates as well as scores, and his pace, of course, is a real asset.

He needs to work on on ones and perhaps getting a bit of confidence with finishing with his left foot.

Overall he is having a good season.

Paul Hurst knew a player when he saw one.


Yes.
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Jackson on 10:48 - Feb 16 with 1858 viewsChrisd

A clever finish. A good ball in by Judge too.
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Jackson on 10:49 - Feb 16 with 1850 viewsSteve_M

The great thing was that as it looped away from the keeper there was only one place it was going.

Also though, Edwards got that ball forward early, the defender might have done better but then Judge got the cross in early. We've been too hesitant in those sort of positions this season so that was nice to see.

Judge makes us play more quickly, and that's generally better. I think he had a big part in the improvement in January and also in yesterday's better moves. General fan opinion might catch up soon.

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Jackson on 10:50 - Feb 16 with 1834 viewsmarchy

There seemed a lot of people convinced that came off his shoulder. Looks like a really clever bit of instinctive finishing to me.
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Jackson on 11:00 - Feb 16 with 1776 viewsDeano69

Jackson on 10:39 - Feb 16 by tractorboy1978

11 goals and 7 assists. Jackson looks a very good instinctive player/finisher. His issue comes when he has time to think about it.


On the money.

I’ll bet Jackson is black and blue today. Had to run off several crunchy challenges.
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Jackson on 11:03 - Feb 16 with 1748 viewsPhilTWTD

It hit him in the face apparently!
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Jackson on 11:21 - Feb 16 with 1652 viewsagentp

Jackson on 11:03 - Feb 16 by PhilTWTD

It hit him in the face apparently!


Ahhhh Something Hurst focussed heavily on.

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Jackson on 11:41 - Feb 16 with 1552 viewsTerry_Nutkins

It was a beautiful goal because it went in. Really hard one to put away. Just behind him on his head. watched it a few times and i think it's a complete accident. Misheaded onto his own shoulder and its looped back right and up and wrong footed keeper.

Loved it! He did what he could and got his reward!

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Jackson on 12:15 - Feb 16 with 1459 viewsWickets

Jackson on 11:03 - Feb 16 by PhilTWTD

It hit him in the face apparently!


There's a real art to getting hit in the face and scoring ! but lets be honest you earn your luck in football . Thought Jackson and Judge have earned any lucky breaks that come their way this season because playing well or not both of them have worked their socks off when on the pitch neither have hidden when things have not gone their way and thats not always true off some players .
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Jackson on 12:27 - Feb 16 with 1425 viewscbower

Jackson on 10:49 - Feb 16 by Steve_M

The great thing was that as it looped away from the keeper there was only one place it was going.

Also though, Edwards got that ball forward early, the defender might have done better but then Judge got the cross in early. We've been too hesitant in those sort of positions this season so that was nice to see.

Judge makes us play more quickly, and that's generally better. I think he had a big part in the improvement in January and also in yesterday's better moves. General fan opinion might catch up soon.


On Judge, I agree and disagree. He is certainly capable of making us play with greater tempo as happened yesterday for example. Unfortunately, he has spent far too much time this season stopping and turning backwards, slowing down the play and recycling meaningless balls across the midfield instead of playing with real intent. He is not the only one either. Nolan is similarly guilty of slowing us down when he is far more capable with the ball than he has shown. Possession football yes, but it has to have intent as Judge showed yesterday.

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Jackson on 12:28 - Feb 16 with 1422 viewsITFC_Forever

Jackson on 11:03 - Feb 16 by PhilTWTD

It hit him in the face apparently!


However it went, and whether there was an element of luck about it, he earnt the goal by gambling and attacking the space where he knew the ball was going to go.

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Jackson on 12:42 - Feb 16 with 1370 viewsMarshalls_Mullet

Ivan Toney is the only League 1 player to have been involved in more goals than Kayden Jackson this season.

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Jackson on 12:43 - Feb 16 with 1364 viewsCoco

Jackson on 10:39 - Feb 16 by tractorboy1978

11 goals and 7 assists. Jackson looks a very good instinctive player/finisher. His issue comes when he has time to think about it.


He really isnt a good finisher though is he? He is certainly a threat - especially as an old fashioned inside forward but a natural goalscorer he aint. When we use our brains and utilise his pace he is very effective.

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He learn't that skill from Toto. (n/t) on 12:44 - Feb 16 with 1355 viewsBloots

Jackson on 11:03 - Feb 16 by PhilTWTD

It hit him in the face apparently!



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Jackson on 12:59 - Feb 16 with 1319 viewsmonty_radio

Jackson on 11:03 - Feb 16 by PhilTWTD

It hit him in the face apparently!


It may well have done, but the way he dropped and arched himself slightly backward ro accommodate how the ball arrived at him was brilliant.

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Jackson on 13:02 - Feb 16 with 1308 viewsEnigma_Blue

Jackson on 12:43 - Feb 16 by Coco

He really isnt a good finisher though is he? He is certainly a threat - especially as an old fashioned inside forward but a natural goalscorer he aint. When we use our brains and utilise his pace he is very effective.


He has scored 11 goals from just 34 shots this season. Compare this with Norwood who has 11 from 64. It would suggest he is a decent finisher we just need to create more chances for him.
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Jackson on 13:06 - Feb 16 with 1292 viewsmonty_radio

Jackson on 13:02 - Feb 16 by Enigma_Blue

He has scored 11 goals from just 34 shots this season. Compare this with Norwood who has 11 from 64. It would suggest he is a decent finisher we just need to create more chances for him.


Though that disparity might be partly a reflection of Norwood's tendency to shoot from wherever, whenever. Then such attempts are logged as chances which they weren't really?

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Jackson on 13:19 - Feb 16 with 1223 viewsEnigma_Blue

Jackson on 13:06 - Feb 16 by monty_radio

Though that disparity might be partly a reflection of Norwood's tendency to shoot from wherever, whenever. Then such attempts are logged as chances which they weren't really?


Yes that's probably true, but if we take Jacksons stat in isolation it is very impressive. He has had far fewer shots compared to the other top scorers in the division. Also 22 of his 34 shots have been on target which is impressive.
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