bigmick wrote:Such a shame that one dodgy spell seemed to erode his confidence
kazza wrote:Any crosses that came his way he seemed to flap and this seemed to make our defenders nervous. He was a good shot stopper (except to his near post), but did not seem big or aggressive enough to be a good keeper in the premiership. He was still an average keeper for us though.
bigmick wrote:He's gone it seems and will go with our best wishes I'm sure. I don't know if Rafa does sentiment or not but it would certainly be a lovely touch if he stuck Jerzy on the bench for our next few home games in the Prem.If we manage to get a couple of goals infront with 10 minutes to go it would be a lovely touch to bring the Polak on for an Anfield farewell. Like Grobelaar before him, his penalty shoot-out antics are down in the folklore of the club. Also his save from the Shevchenko free-kick while we were 3-0 down was out of the very top drawer and made the comeback at least slightly possible.
I actually thought in his first season here he was the best goalkeeper we have ever had, absolutely brilliant. Such a shame that one dodgy spell seemed to erode his confidence and plant forever the demons which though lying dormant for the majority of the time, were prone to surface at the most inopportune moments. Good luck to the fella though, hope he goes to the World Cup and doesn't play too well when they play us (which lets face it, they always do).
stu_the_red wrote:The fact is though we now have a better keeper.
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