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Old 07-01-22, 01:55 AM   #1
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Tyler Morton

surprised there's no thread for him here yet after the san siro.

how far off the first team d'you reckon he is?
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Lacks dynamism for me to be top top class, needs to add some strength and muscle too. He gets pushed off the ball so easily. Will do a job, but wouldnt be surprised to see him loaned out and sold for big profit. This is the way of FSG
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Old 07-01-22, 02:11 AM   #3
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doesn't not remind me of a young, scrawny steven gerrard. he does have some growing to do.
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Old 07-01-22, 02:23 AM   #4
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Dont see a young Gerrard in him at all. Young Gerrard you could immediately tell was class, he had an absolute cannon of a shot on him, made lung bursting runs forward, and would go flying into tackles with reckless abandon and even though he was skinny, he was tough and wouldnt let people push him off the ball.

Morton looks like a kid out there at times. He's got talent no doubt, he's played a few great passes. But he's got miles of development to go before i'd even mention him in the same sentence as Gerrard.

Elliott is a much better prospect, one of the most annoying things from this season was him getting his leg broken. He had made that midfield spot his own.
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Old 07-01-22, 03:58 AM   #5
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Dont see a young Gerrard in him at all. Young Gerrard you could immediately tell was class, he had an absolute cannon of a shot on him, made lung bursting runs forward, and would go flying into tackles with reckless abandon and even though he was skinny, he was tough and wouldnt let people push him off the ball.

Morton looks like a kid out there at times. He's got talent no doubt, he's played a few great passes. But he's got miles of development to go before i'd even mention him in the same sentence as Gerrard.

Elliott is a much better prospect, one of the most annoying things from this season was him getting his leg broken. He had made that midfield spot his own.
agree that elliot is much further along, and he does look like a kid at times. if he fills out there's a player in there, tho. what we've seen from him so far has been in the #6 position but he's actually an 8. i think he's meant to be a much more dynamic player than he's shown for the senior side so far.
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Old 07-01-22, 04:32 AM   #6
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Old 07-01-22, 06:26 AM   #7
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Old 07-01-22, 08:57 AM   #9
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And to really spit on the poor kid he gets called Scott McTominay, capitalised.
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Old 07-01-22, 10:44 AM   #10
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He's made two PL appearances for us at the age of 19 and he's being essentially written off

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Old 07-01-22, 10:54 AM   #11
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Old 07-01-22, 11:00 AM   #12
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i think he looks brilliant. He struggled in the Spurs game but had Milner and Keita alongside him - neither of whom played brilliant themselves.

Stick him alongside Fabinho and Thiago and it will be interesting to see how he gets on.

Big prospect for sure though.
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To be fair he did not look like a better version of a prime Fernando Hierro straight away so best bin him off.
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A small victory for Tyler.
Good to see him bouncing back from previous disappointments
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Old 08-01-22, 01:28 AM   #17
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Fucking hell
Haven't written him off at all. Just think he lacks dynamism to really get too excited about and not a chance is he anywhere near Gerrards level. He's done ok, nothing more nothing less, but for a 19 yr old he needs to put on some muscle and strength. He's built like a 12 yr old, he's a bag of bones at the moment. There were multiple times in the Spurs game where he just got pushed aside so easily. Cant have that in the position he's playing.
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Old 08-01-22, 07:11 AM   #18
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Gerrard is one of the best players ever to play for us, we have had some good players who haven't been near his level so trying to compare a youngster to him is setting the bar too high IMO.
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Old 08-01-22, 02:07 PM   #20
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He’s a holding midfielder. He doesn’t need to be Gerrard. He doesn’t even need to be especially dynamic.
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Chances are he won't make it. That's just the crazy odds any youngster has to battle. But shown some promising signs. He has a chance. Good luck to the lad.
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The voices of reason yep best of luck to him. I’d have killed to have pulled on the shirt in my prime & here he is doing just that. Living the dream
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Looked good today, needs some strengthening but there is defo a player in there
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Looked good today, needs some strengthening but there is defo a player in there
Couldn't agree more. Definitely needs bulking up but a talented lad.
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Looked good today, needs some strengthening but there is defo a player in there

Remember thinking similar about Stevie G when he came on with a shaved head and a baggy shirt… He’s definitely got the right mentality, nothing seems to phase him. Great prospect…
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There must have been a week, or even one match you could consider to be your prime
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That said, have you seen Sergio Busquets? He's still a bag of bones and one of the best players in the world in his position.
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I'm sure Klopp has mentioned that physically the next step for Morton is to develop "into a man" - bulk up, get faster and stronger.

Reading of the game and passing seem to come naturally to him so he's got a half decent chance of becoming a PL level footballer.
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He could do this by the start of next season I think with the right diet and training plan.....

I think he is going to be a brilliant player.

Would be great if Elliot could come back and find some form as well.
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I'm sure Klopp has mentioned that physically the next step for Morton is to develop "into a man" - bulk up, get faster and stronger.

Reading of the game and passing seem to come naturally to him so he's got a half decent chance of becoming a PL level footballer.
Klopp is "on board" with the need for some beef
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I'm sure Klopp has mentioned that physically the next step for Morton is to develop "into a man" .....
A trip to Amsterdam then.
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