If a player of the quality of GMS got brought in this summer we would be delighted. We would be foolish not to try and keep him.
As others have said he was our best player by a mile up until his injury, we desperately need creativity in the team and they are the hardest players to attract so hopefully he stays.
He played well individually but he starts so deep and plays so slow, by the time he's beat two men we have 2 players in the box up against 6 opponents.
EDIT: His starts aren't much better than McGinn adn McLennan's when you also take in to account GMS was the penalty taker. I don't think it is a coincidence that our best run coincided with him being out of the team.
Edited by boboisared, 22 May 2019 - 08:23 AM.