Jordan Graham

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To be honest it was clear Graham wasn't up to full fitness, he looked better on the right though
 

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A week ago there were posts on here jumping on Jordon saying he's not all that etc. Two games on from Brentford he is starting to show what he is capable of, if kept free of injuries. The lad is a good player and as far as I am concerned a valuable addition to the squad albeit on loan. If we can get in a half decent striker then with the service from the flanks we should start to see an upturn in results. Keep the progress going Jordon
 

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A week ago there were posts on here jumping on Jordon saying he's not all that etc. Two games on from Brentford he is starting to show what he is capable of, if kept free of injuries. The lad is a good player and as far as I am concerned a valuable addition to the squad albeit on loan. If we can get in a half decent striker then with the service from the flanks we should start to see an upturn in results. Keep the progress going Jordon
our MOTM yesterday was Jordon Graham
 

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Yeah maybe a little harsh to judge after one appearance-that said many were shocked by his awkward stance and lack of pace.
In only three games Jordan has grown in stature .
Tentative and a little awkward at Brentford.
More agile and cunning at Cheltenham.
Yesterday at Fleetwood,very confident and considered and a team player.
Linked well with Ruffels on left in second half.
Looking forward to some more skillfull displays and more especially his “signature “ low and speedy crosses into the box.
 

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I thought he was exceptional yesterday, a class apart.

When we changed formation at half time, and he switched to the left, which is his "wrong" side, I was fearful that he would drift out of the game, as at Brentford he was more effective when playing on the right. He'd had a good first half on the right yesterday, so as I say, I wasn't convinced it was a wise move.

What followed was an exceptional display of wing play though. I loved the way that even though the Fleetwood defenders knew he would cut inside, even though they doubled up on him, even though he did the same step over trick more than once, they were absolutely powerless to stop him. He absolutely roasted them, and then delivered some quality balls into the box too. All the better that it was on the side closest to us, so that we could admire it close up. He nearly scored at the near post with a cheeky free kick near the end of the game too.

I think he's going to be a real player for us, nice lad too, very polite and humble. Well done Jordan.

PS: I'm not his dad!
 
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I thought he was exceptional yesterday, a class apart.

When we changed formation at half time, and he switched to the left, which is his "wrong" side, I was fearful that he would drift out of the game, as at Brentford he was more effective when playing on the right. He'd had a good first half on the right yesterday, so as I say, I wasn't convinced it was a wise move.

What followed was an exceptional display of wing play though. I loved the way that even though the Fleetwood defenders knew he would cut inside, even though they doubled up on him, even though he did the same step over trick more than once, they were absolutely powerless to stop him. He absolutely roasted them, and then delivered some quality balls into the box too. All the better that it was on the side closest to us, so that we could admire it close up. He nearly scored at the near post with a check free kick near the end of the game too.

I think he's going to be a real player for us, nice lad too, very polite and humble. Well done Jordan.

PS: I'm not his dad!
Awww, has someone got a crush on Jordan Graham?
 

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I thought he was exceptional yesterday, a class apart.

When we changed formation at half time, and he switched to the left, which is his "wrong" side, I was fearful that he would drift out of the game, as at Brentford he was more effective when playing on the right. He'd had a good first half on the right yesterday, so as I say, I wasn't convinced it was a wise move.

What followed was an exceptional display of wing play though. I loved the way that even though the Fleetwood defenders knew he would cut inside, even though they doubled up on him, even though he did the same step over trick more than once, they were absolutely powerless to stop him. He absolutely roasted them, and then delivered some quality balls into the box too. All the better that it was on the side closest to us, so that we could admire it close up. He nearly scored at the near post with a check free kick near the end of the game too.

I think he's going to be a real player for us, nice lad too, very polite and humble. Well done Jordan.

PS: I'm not his dad!

He played wide left at Cheltenham on Tuesday, second half, and bamboozled their defence at times - his quick feet and
body ‘ swerves ‘ were a joy to watch. He can be electric at times and has so much class on the ball.

He’s worth the entrance money alone.
 

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I thought he was exceptional yesterday, a class apart.

When we changed formation at half time, and he switched to the left, which is his "wrong" side, I was fearful that he would drift out of the game, as at Brentford he was more effective when playing on the right. He'd had a good first half on the right yesterday, so as I say, I wasn't convinced it was a wise move.

What followed was an exceptional display of wing play though. I loved the way that even though the Fleetwood defenders knew he would cut inside, even though they doubled up on him, even though he did the same step over trick more than once, they were absolutely powerless to stop him. He absolutely roasted them, and then delivered some quality balls into the box too. All the better that it was on the side closest to us, so that we could admire it close up. He nearly scored at the near post with a check free kick near the end of the game too.

I think he's going to be a real player for us, nice lad too, very polite and humble. Well done Jordan.

PS: I'm not his dad!
JG predominantly played on the left when he was Wolves best player in the championship, with his skill and vision he could play either side. So glad to see that he hasn't lost it.
 

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As Mackie said in his interview, he and the other players are just beginning to understand what he can do, when he's going to cross and when he isn't. Assuming that improves, we should see more players in the box at the right time, hopefully scoring.
 

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I thought he was exceptional yesterday, a class apart.

When we changed formation at half time, and he switched to the left, which is his "wrong" side, I was fearful that he would drift out of the game, as at Brentford he was more effective when playing on the right. He'd had a good first half on the right yesterday, so as I say, I wasn't convinced it was a wise move.

What followed was an exceptional display of wing play though. I loved the way that even though the Fleetwood defenders knew he would cut inside, even though they doubled up on him, even though he did the same step over trick more than once, they were absolutely powerless to stop him. He absolutely roasted them, and then delivered some quality balls into the box too. All the better that it was on the side closest to us, so that we could admire it close up. He nearly scored at the near post with a check free kick near the end of the game too.

I think he's going to be a real player for us, nice lad too, very polite and humble. Well done Jordan.

PS: I'm not his dad!
No, I’m his Dad!
 
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