Rob Holding (16)


#503

Remembers when people wanted Chambers staying and Holding going on loan. Just saying


#504

From Holdini back to Holdestre.

Not helped by his partner mind.


#505

Yeh but our cbs were left on an island today midfield was non existent.


#506

You know I look at a young defender like Rugani and even though he doesn’t get a lot of playing time he’s learning everyday from Barzagli, Chiellini, Bonucci and Benatia.

Holding is learning from fucking Mustafi and a past it Dortmund reject.

I fear for his development.


#507

Exposed today. It can happen though, as he has been good so far.


#508

It does seem like we really struggle against fast, mobile attackers though. Richarlison was also pretty much doing what he wanted. Not sure that is on Holding.


#509

No nonsense from Holdini


#510

I’m becoming a big fan of Holding. He’s starting to show genuine potential that could see him becoming our leading CB in the near future.


#511

Paolo Holdini


#512

Last few posts didn’t hold up well at all :grimacing: What a poor tackle on Son, leading to Tottenham’s penalty and goal. Capable of better, Rob.


#513

Was there really contact? There wasn’t any. He just didn’t get the benefit of the doubt of Dean, Son did. That cost us.


#514

Agreed. I still don’t know what he was thinking.


#515

He didn’t touch the guy?


#516

I thought he touched him but it was minuscule, either way absolutely stupid choice to come rushing in like that. Shocking game awareness.


#517

Why Rob? Whyyyyy


#518

Apart from the dodgy slide, he was pretty good.

This caption is savage :sweat_smile:


#519

No, hardly a scratch


#520

Ruthless!


#521

Crumbs


#522

FFS this is horrible news. Little by little he was getting better.