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    I've got the following:

    2015/16:

    Europa League: 19 starts
    Premier League: 33 starts
    FA Cup: 1 start
    Carling Cup: 4 starts

    2016/17:

    Premier League: 37 starts
    Carling Cup: 3 starts & 1 substitute appearance
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    Gutted. Hope the surgery fixes his problem!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewdleyfan View Post
    I've got the following:

    2015/16:

    Europa League: 19 starts
    Premier League: 33 starts
    FA Cup: 1 start
    Carling Cup: 4 starts

    2016/17:

    Premier League: 37 starts
    Carling Cup: 3 starts & 1 substitute appearance
    Our discrepancy comes from the EL games in 2015-16.

    You have 19 and I have 14.

    The club only played 15 EL games that season - and he missed the first one.

    We qualified straight into the group stage (6 matches) and then played in all 9 knockout games = 15.
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    Nathaniel Clyne
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    Frustrating period for me but hopefully now things are on the up! Had a small & successful op and working hard to get back on the pitch #YNWA
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    Poor guy.
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    Poor lad I feel for him, I think he has been very solid for us barring a bit of a bad patch at the end of last season.

    People are writing him off already, I think perhaps forgetting he is only a young lad who should be afforded the same chance Alberto has had.

    If Clyne makes as much progress in addressing his weaknesses as Moreno has we would have a very very special right back on our hands, I also feel that his weekness is in end product and that is something that can be taught, especially by Klopp.
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    Think he's quite underrated by our fanbase and been a loss this season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bauer-LFC View Post
    Think he's quite underrated by our fanbase and been a loss this season.
    Agree, he's quite solid defensively and has that excellent recovery pace, his problem was the final ball going forward but for me he was the only consistent player in our backline on the whole.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darrren1 View Post
    Our discrepancy comes from the EL games in 2015-16.

    You have 19 and I have 14.

    The club only played 15 EL games that season - and he missed the first one.

    We qualified straight into the group stage (6 matches) and then played in all 9 knockout games = 15.
    Aha! Sounds about right.

    As stated earlier, it's still a significant amount of starts/matches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by welshypool View Post
    Agree, he's quite solid defensively and has that excellent recovery pace, his problem was the final ball going forward but for me he was the only consistent player in our backline on the whole.
    The number of games he has started is a bit of an eye opener. There are times he gets the ball and looks panicked and borderline desperate to get rid as soon as he receives, but all in all our best option. Defensively Iíve never had too much of an issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheKnucklesOfAgger View Post
    The number of games he has started is a bit of an eye opener. There are times he gets the ball and looks panicked and borderline desperate to get rid as soon as he receives, but all in all our best option. Defensively Iíve never had too much of an issue.
    Yeah. Agree with this.

    I remember comparing Clyne's starts across his first 2 seasons at our club to other FB's in the PL, and he was starting around 30-40 more games than some.

    Some of these FB's are at the big clubs, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheKnucklesOfAgger View Post
    The number of games he has started is a bit of an eye opener. There are times he gets the ball and looks panicked and borderline desperate to get rid as soon as he receives, but all in all our best option. Defensively I’ve never had too much of an issue.
    Quote Originally Posted by Bewdleyfan View Post
    Yeah. Agree with this.

    I remember comparing Clyne's starts across his first 2 seasons at our club to other FB's in the PL, and he was starting around 30-40 more games than some.

    Some of these FB's are at the big clubs, too.
    I think he is one of those types, or was, where he could play countless games, seemed high energy and stamina, not one to look leggy.

    This injury has busted that by the looks though he could come back stronger.

    Agree with his distribution, often seemed panicked, he did produce the odd pearler but the fact I can remember them means they punctuate his lack of distribution overall (I'm thinking of the obvious Arsenal away at the Emirates when he crossed for Coutinho on opening day)
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    Quote Originally Posted by welshypool View Post
    I think he is one of those types, or was, where he could play countless games, seemed high energy and stamina, not one to look leggy.

    This injury has busted that by the looks though he could come back stronger.

    Agree with his distribution, often seemed panicked, he did produce the odd pearler but the fact I can remember them means they punctuate his lack of distribution overall (I'm thinking of the obvious Arsenal away at the Emirates when he crossed for Coutinho on opening day)
    Yeah agreed, thatís the precise example that came to mind for me too so it seems thatís a very accurate assessment!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewdleyfan View Post
    Yeah. Agree with this.

    I remember comparing Clyne's starts across his first 2 seasons at our club to other FB's in the PL, and he was starting around 30-40 more games than some.

    Some of these FB's are at the big clubs, too.
    It comes down to what we want from our fullbacks. Ultimately you should never be demanding crazy figures from these players, from an attacking standpoint the number of players in the Premier league that have played that position their whole career and managed to get more than 30 assists is in single figures.

    And in some cases it doesnít even matter if they do. Case and point, Leighton Baines is number 1
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheKnucklesOfAgger View Post
    It comes down to what we want from our fullbacks. Ultimately you should never be demanding crazy figures from these players, from an attacking standpoint the number of players in the Premier league that have played that position their whole career and managed to get more than 30 assists is in single figures.

    And in some cases it doesnít even matter if they do. Case and point, Leighton Baines is number 1
    True that.
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