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Grealish Not Good Enough For Man City –O’Hara

Grealish Not Good Enough For Man City –O’Hara

Former Tottenham midfielder Jamie O’Hara has described Manchester City midfielder Jack Grealish as a one dimensional player who has not done enough to still remain in the starting line up of the Citizens.

In an interview with Grosvenor Sport, O’Hara stated that his form has depreciated since joining Man City.

O’Hara says Grealish isn’t worthy of a place in City’s XI.

He told Grosvenor Sport: “Jack Grealish has looked miles off it. He’s not good enough for Manchester City on this form.


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“I like Jack, I think he’s England’s golden boy, he was brilliant at Aston Villa in an average team, where he could get the ball, carry the ball and win free-kicks. But it’s a different level at Manchester City.

“I don’t think he’d currently get in the team for Tottenham either. Not ahead of Son Heung-min or Dejan Kulusevski. I don’t think so.”

Grealish needs to stop being “one dimensional” according to O’Hara, who believes he’s not being himself in the City set-up.

“The way he is playing at the moment, I think he’s one-dimensional and he needs to change his game,” he continued.

“He needs to have a bit more belief in himself, take the £100 million price tag off his back. He needs to think, I’m going to get the ball, I’m going to carry it, go round players, if I give it away and I get dragged off after 55 minutes, so be it.

“You’re better off being yourself in a game and walking off the pitch afterwards thinking, I’ve done me today.

“That’s better than walking off the pitch after being dragged off by Pep Guardiola once again and thinking, I kept it simple, I kept passing it five yards to Kevin De Bruyne.”


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