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He looks and sounds relaxed and he talks in a realistic way, rather than "I'll kick on from here" kind of thing. He explains it as an opportunity for him to develop further. Good luck to him, I hope he makes it and we see him in the first team.

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that's a crackin loan..you've always talked big about him haven't you ten? and be good to have someone to push seamus

 

Think he's similar to stones in that he's a RB but Roberto might see his future at CB. Swear he said something along those lines in that Interview in the other thread.

 

Great to hear though.

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that's a crackin loan..you've always talked big about him haven't you ten? and be good to have someone to push seamus

 

He's just under 6ft, but you wouldn't realise this because he's a beast.

 

i went to the Everton vs United U21's game and he was playing CB and I didn't even realise. He was soo composed, won everything in the air, was quick, was in the right places...he was a beast.

 

Me and my dad came away asking who it was, didn't have a clue. I thought Browning was a RB all that time and hadn't considered it was him. Honestly, he was like Distin in his playing style and if he puts in performances like what I saw, a Browning/Stones partnership in the future, wouldn't be an unrealistic prospect, in fact, it'd be bloody exciting.

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jags is only 6ft tall so i dont mind that to much :-) good luck to him and the rest of the U21's on loan. great to give them experiance and might mean we miss out on buying back our youngsters or missing out on some gems

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Was surprised when Martinez said in his interview that Browining is more or less ready for first team action already. I think he's one that's sort of slipped under the radar in terms of being a future first teamer. I, for one, kind of forgot about him and haven't really heard much raving about him. Obviously Bobby thinks different and he's one for the future. Hopes it goes well for him.

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Was surprised when Martinez said in his interview that Browining is more or less ready for first team action already. I think he's one that's sort of slipped under the radar in terms of being a future first teamer. I, for one, kind of forgot about him and haven't really heard much raving about him. Obviously Bobby thinks different and he's one for the future. Hopes it goes well for him.

Seems like there has been so much talk over the past 3-4 years of Rodwell, Barkley, Jose Baxter, and Shane Duffy that to some extent, some promising talents have slipped under the radar (Though these lads are a few years younger) like Lundstram, maybe this Browning, McAleny to some extent...

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I think this is a very good loan for him. Watched him in some of the extended highlights and he looks like a unit. I wouldn't say he is technically gifted but he has the physical ability. It will be interesting to see how he develops.

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I think it speaks volumes that Roberto has loaned him to a playoff chasing team in the championship. That's a big leap up who hasnt been loaned before

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Been socuting around Wigan forums and they were very very impressed with him when he came on in the second half as a RB. Said whenever he was in a 50/50 challenge he simply brushed them off with ease. Was bombing up and down the wing apparently and is very very quick. Really excited about him now. Has any one else heard that Stubbs has called Browning the best 1 v 1 defender in the club (including senior members)? Hell of a compliment that when I personally think Jags is one of the best in the prem in 1 v 1. Looks a right beast of a player who has incredible physical attributes.

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His first involvement was a good demo of his athleticism too.

After Hibbert had been torn a new one for pace by Sterling a few times, Browing came on ran along side him and then just used his strength to ease him off the ball on the edge of the box.

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Absolutely should be the dead cert to back up Coleman and Stones (for CB).

 

His preferred position is CB, imagine that pace and power at CB....looks like the player I thought I saw in the academy games.

 

Thought he did excellently considering the situation he found himself in.

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Absolutely should be the dead cert to back up Coleman and Stones (for CB).

 

His preferred position is CB, imagine that pace and power at CB....looks like the player I thought I saw in the academy games.

 

Thought he did excellently considering the situation he found himself in.

 

right so my questions earlier is do we groom him to replace jags and be stones partner, or groom him to be coleman jr.?

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Let's not start cupping each others' ballbags just yet - he came on and looked assured and fitted right in, but it's very early days, though I'm really hoping he can be breaking through this season. Certainly looking forward to seeing him get more game time.

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Let's not start cupping each others' ballbags just yet - he came on and looked assured and fitted right in, but it's very early days, though I'm really hoping he can be breaking through this season. Certainly looking forward to seeing him get more game time.

:rofl:

 

What a fantastic phrase...

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Let's not start cupping each others' ballbags just yet - he came on and looked assured and fitted right in, but it's very early days, though I'm really hoping he can be breaking through this season. Certainly looking forward to seeing him get more game time.

Too much of that goes on in here as it is

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Have to agree I've never been Hibberts biggest fan over the last couple of seasons but since coming back into the side he's probably been one of the most solid performers.

 

He's put in some great challanges and hardly put a foot wrong considering his limited pace etc the mans done a good job.

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