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KEA Welcomes Sylla Competition

Karim El Ahmadi has said he was pleased with what he saw from Yacouba Sylla in training, and he thinks he's going to be a big asset for us.

Speaking to the Official Site following Sylla's debut as a sub against Everton, KEA said:

'Yacouba is the sort of player we need in this situation. He's a strong guy and a good guy, he's more than welcome. It will be good for the team to have that competition in midfield.'

Well it certainly appears that Sylla may give us something we lack, the key is again if he can adjust and gel quick enough to have the impact that Paul Lambert no doubt wants him to have.

KEa also adds that the team can take a lot of confidence from our performance against Everton, and we should take that into the game against West Ham and make sure we take all three points.

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Writer: Mike Field Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday February 6 2013

Time: 11:00AM

Your Comments

KEA keeps having interviews talking about other players, maybe if he payed more attention to his own abilities he might put in a few decent performances.
david-avfc
or maybe kea is trying to give his team mate a boost as her used to a slower paced less quality of football
justsupport
hmmm. Time will tell. Hope he is the sort of player we need and that he can settle in instantly to help this struggling team. Fingers crossed.
The Fear
He wants to think about why another player in his position was needed KEA is along with Bennet the only 2 signings I think Lambert got wrong. The rest I believe will prove to be good investments.
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