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Thomas-Asante on Debut Goals Overhead Kicks and Corberan

by Uneeb Khan

There is much talk about how well Brandon Thomas-Asante has started out in the Premier League. In addition to his success in the air, it has been noted that he has not been afraid to try his luck from the goal line. In this article, I discuss a few aspects of the young player’s game, including how he is progressing, his ability to score goals, and his relationship with Carlos Corberan.

Brandon Thomas-Asante’s progress in the Premier League

Thomas-Asante is a talented young footballer with the potential to become a key member of the Salford City first-team. As such, it’s important to know what he brings to the table.

Despite his young age, Thomas-Asante has already made a big impression on the Salford first-team. Since making his debut, the former Milton Keynes Dons academy graduate has shown impressive pace and power. He also displays excellent ball control.

During his time at Salford, Thomas-Asante has accumulated 700 minutes of first-team play. He has started seven games and has been on the bench on seven other occasions. He is an ambitious player, though, and needs to develop more.

With the arrival of Steve Bruce, Thomas-Asante has been given the chance to prove himself. Bruce is hoping that the 23-year-old will be able to improve on his form in the Premier League. It’s not hard to see why.

When the Ammies are on the attack, Thomas-Asante provides width. His quick feet and ability to dart in behind make him a threat. As a result, he has a higher than average rate of converting chances. He has scored three goals in 12 Championship matches.

The young forward also displays an ability to carry the ball under pressure. Often, he carries the ball in the inside left channel of the box. His movement draws defenders towards him and creates space in the final third. He also uses his speed to break into the penalty area.

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Thomas-Asante’s lack of fear to try things in front of goal

When it comes to goals, the Blues have not been quite as dominant as they were earlier in the season. While they have been fairly good at preventing goals from creeping in, they have not provided a convincing display in front of goal for the most part.

There are several reasons for this. First and foremost is the absence of key players such as Roberts and Placheta. Secondly, Albion have suffered badly in the early months of the season, losing their first league match at Rotherham and going down 1-0 at home to QPR. This loss had a knock on effect on the momentum in the rest of the campaign.

Another reason for the lack of goal scoring is the presence of a very good defence. The likes of Tom Fox, Ben Watson and Chris Wood have all been in superb form and will be keen to impress the new boss. In addition, if they can keep the likes of Jack O’Connell, Ryan Nairn and Ryan Babel fit and firing, they will be a force to be reckoned with.

Lastly, there is also the possibility that Eustace could dispense with the incumbents in favour of more dynamic and flamboyant types, such as Jordan Rogic, who would likely be in line for a start at the upcoming FA Cup quarter-finals against Manchester City.

Carlos Corberan’s affection for Thomas-Asante

The West Bromwich Albion may not be kicking the balls around in the top flight, but they’ve been a force to be reckoned with in the Sky Bet Championship. The last time they won three in a row was early in the season. They’ll hope to do it again during the month long World Cup break.

The new man in the West Bromwich office, Carlos Corberan, has made it clear that he has a knack for identifying players and helping them perform on the pitch. He also believes in leading by example at the Great Barr training ground. This hasn’t only helped the players improve as individuals, but has also led to better relations between them and the faithful.

The most important thing to note is that Corberan isn’t just a coach, he’s a football guru. A former Huddersfield Town, Olympiacos and Manchester United player, he is able to assess players from the perspective of a first teamer, giving them the right advice at the right moment. He’s also had a hand in designing a winning system that’s helped to bring Albion’s record in the league to five wins in a row.

The top-flight outfit had a bit of a tough start to the campaign. Having taken a hammering in the opening fixtures of the campaign, Albion’s woes were exacerbated by a mid-season slump in form. But their performance was not a complete disaster, with a creditable display against Sunderland, and an impressive win over Rotherham in the naysayers.

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