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Schneiderlin Plays For 'Les Blues' Tonight

Schneiderlin Plays For 'Les Blues' Tonight

Morgan will be keen to impress in the 'Festival International Espoir De Toul;on' as he will be the only player in the French 20 man team based outside of France.

Over the last 12 months MorganSchneiderlin has improved in nearly all departments. His passing ability has never been in doubt but his desire has.

This season he has shown a mearked improvement in physical stature. Stronger with more bite in the tackle and harder to push of the ball he has added steel to his game.

At times as his two red cards show he can be a little over zealous but this I feel sure AP will be working on with the rest of the coaching staff.

The hope for the Saints is that Morgan can continue to improve whilst gaining more strength. He plays against Columbia tonight as the French look to start with a win.

Only possible drawback might be a possible bid for him if he shows well during this tournament. Still, that is another story.

Good luck Morgan.



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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Tuesday May 18 2010
Time: 1:28PM

Comments

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played well and scored after 34 minutes. Also got booked stupidly for kicking ball away.
VSrednwhite
18/05/2010 23:05:00
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Saw some of the game and he was quite effective against his own age group.
stellarnw
18/05/2010 23:12:00
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With luck he can add goal scoring to his range of capabilities and become even more important to us.
SFC Forever
18/05/2010 23:13:00
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He still keeps showing the petulance that has got him booked so often. Time will tell whether he can get that out of his system.
sfc4ghg
19/05/2010 10:37:00
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