NewCorkSeth Again, while I understand snowflakes concern about Ejaria and Swift in the same midfield, having a player who demands closing down in the manner of Ejaria does wonders for space creation. If he can continue to pull 2 or 3 players out of position to close him down then our other players should be able to work into gaps. If Ejaria and Swift can continue to work on the same wavelength then we could have our recipe for the final third.
If Ejaria can learn to make better decisions and deliver the final product rather than faff turning people inside and out he'll be off for million, but in the meantime could win us games 5-2.
But he's not there yet.
As always for me, it's about the Team, not individuals. Swift and Ejaria is a bit Lampard and Gerrard, though with much greater potential in terms of working well together.
I prefer a solid 7/10 grafter over someone who is sometimes 8 and sometimes 5. Probably because I'm that grafter when I play.