Saturday, 21 December 2013

5 creative midfielders i feel the Blades should look at in January

Doubtful: Adam Forshaw is struggling to overcome a knock1) The Blades should really take a look at Adam Forshaw doing really well at Brentford. Now i know they maybe flying but money can always play as a factor. Forshaw will offer us a cool calm head in and outside the box, goals from midfield and creativity in the center with the eye to switch play. He also takes a great penalty. He will make surging runs into the box, and help our strikers. Now weather Clough plays Forshaw just behind Russell (If we get him) and Miller or Baxter, then he can always chip the ball over the back four thread ball through too. < Here is a YouTube video of his curling effort against us.

2) Another great option for the Blades if a midfielder is needed is Sam Mantom from Walsall. I thought he was the shining light in the game at the Lane. He was cutting inside and outside against us, he was whipping crosses in and also shooting to. Another thing he did that night, was beat his man something the Blades wingers struggle to do. He is a Central midfielder, but still used the wings too.

3) Kieran Agard is another talent who is rising. Agard is a quick pacey winger who this season is Rotherham's top goalscorer. He's always there to take the ball off you and will 9 times out of 10 beat his man and supply the striker with a peach of a cross.

4) Number 4 is James Baxendale who is a RM. He also played outstandingly well Vs us. We've been interested in for a while. He supplied the cross for big Craig Westcarr to score. He is good on the break, something Clough is making our team do. George can distribute the ball very well.  He also beats his man.

5) 5 is someone we've known for a while, Stephen Quinn. Not getting a look in at Hull at all. This man could and would rip this league apart. His qualities would make our team excel to our true potential. We could keep Quinny on loan till the end of the season. He would know the club inside out and help us up the table.

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