Midfield analysis makes it obvious that Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall has difficulties adapting to fluid PL football

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Leicester needs the correct mix in every area of the field as players fill out for each other both offensively and defensively. And they all need to understand their part in the best way possible.

Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall is a player lacking a lot of understanding in that area as he works more like an individual and falls totally out of the pattern and vanish in games.

He is a clever player but tactically lacking understanding as other players are seen frustrated not being able to trust KDH in a way that makes him a full blooded Premier League midfielder.

With him just operating a bit on his own and having two more defensive orientated midfielders in the team he will be ok, since his defensive skills are not needed in the same way as BR are playing at the moment.

We did see improvement during pre-season but playing in a different role and not alongside Youri Tielemans he really looked good, and used correctly might be a good option.

TCF rate Papy Mendy, Bouba Soumare, Dennis Praet and James Maddison as better alternatives alongside Youri Tielemans and Wilfred Ndidi. They all understand the game in a better way. Maddison is not a flank man and should be played as a number 10 every day of the week.

Great to see players such as Luke Thomas and Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall in the team, but still they should have no special treatment just because they are local players. To play in the heart of a Premier League midfield area is not very easy and we believe this is enough said about KDH as his presence no longer is needed in the team with other options more suited.


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