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KEA Feels He Has Improved

Karim El Ahmadi has said he believes he has improved as a player through his experience of the league's win at all costs mentality.

Speaking to the E&S now he has 19 Premier League starts under his belt, the midfielder believes the increased pace and pressure for results, is making him a better player in the long run.

'I have learned a lot about English football from that first game. I have sensed here it is all about winning. When I was playing in Holland, if you lost, the Dutch players would say 'we played well there' but here it's doesn't matter how you play as long as you win. I have developed a stronger mentality towards winning which is a positive.'

Shame KEA hasn't got much actual experience of winning to go with that mentality.

As is par for the course in playing interviews, KEA also adds the team are upbeat about pulling away from the relegation zone and they all know what they have to do to achieve that. They remain together and committed etc.

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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Thursday February 7 2013
Time: 4:10PM

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Feels he has improved? That makes one of us then! Obviously his debut was beginners luck?
crimsondonkey
07/02/2013 16:15:00
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"here it's doesn't matter how you play as long as you win". I think you have teken that the wrong way Karim, it doesn't mean you can just play like ***** and it doesn't matter.
Bikini Inspector
07/02/2013 16:19:00
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Well.. ahem.. ok. Hope he has some way to go improvement wise personally. Thought Makoun looked more solid but still hoping all the players we have click at some point. SOON!
The Fear
07/02/2013 16:34:00
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Must of been pretty crap before then.........
Pride of Lions
07/02/2013 16:54:00
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I think he is out of his depth a bit in the Premier League, gets bullied off the ball and hurried into poor passes. May become a decent squad player ? Sylla looks far more adapted to the Prem, his size and strength is good, hope he is typically French and settles asap, we need him to. UTV
astonmilan
07/02/2013 17:03:00
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Completly different game the prem to Holland. He (and the other new siginings) has had 6 months to adapt. In any normal job you'd be up for your probation review now.....time to step up.
son_of_cher
07/02/2013 19:07:00
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I have to say that I've been disappointed with his performances. After his pre-season showings, I thought that we'd got quite a decent player on our hands, but sadly he has struggled with the pace of premier league football, and hasn't as yet brought anything to the table. Like many of his fellow squad members, he really needs now to step up to the plate and begin producing consistently. I hope that he's up to the task.
glensider
08/02/2013 01:58:00
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Strewth... he must have been utter *****e at Feyenoord then!
Rawlie
08/02/2013 04:01:00
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nah rawlie that's where he is now he must have been even worse over there
AVbornandbred
08/02/2013 07:59:00
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Along with Bennet Lamberts 2 worst signings. Just read Bentke plans to leave Villa at the end of season Arsenal are favorites with Man.City and Chelsea interested -bbc football gossip todays news
Merlin128777
08/02/2013 11:15:00
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