Tyler Roberts

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  1. Redstar

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    I'd say Bradshaw still isn't "proven" at this level
     
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    Proven to be ok to average based on last years efforts. It my all click but it's difficult to see him exploding into goal scoring form.
     
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    I'd like to see him partnered with someone who will do the spade work.

    He did most of the hard work for Winnall I reckon, and certainly did when partnered with Armstrong. He was never really in a front 2 with Watkins, at least not for an extended period. He was a natural scorer in a Walsall team with good creative players around him.

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    bradshaw needs to step it up a notch this season, let's hope he can do it.
     
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    He was certainly a natural scorer in L1 but then again so were Will Grigg and Adam Armstrong. It's a bigger step up for forwards imo than other positions. After Winnall left Bradshaw had a big opportunity to make his mark I think by and large he failed. His goals tally was pretty poor let's be 100% honest.

    He now has a years experience under his belt and can use that to move forward. I like him as a player and admire his work ethic. If we go down this year he will be invaluable in L1.
     
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    Plus my missus likes him as he has an intelligent voice and a nice smile, and reminds her a bit of a slightly posh schoolboy.
     
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    His goal return last season wasn't great. I still don't think we played to his strengths though. You could argue that a good striker can score goals with any partner, like Winnall. This is certainly the make or break season for him though, so long as he's deployed properly.

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    He also has a Steve Lowndes arse. Must be a Welsh thing.
     
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