Elliot Collier (Memphis 901 | USA)

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<p><a href="https://www.chicago-fire.com/post/2018/02/28/chicago-fire-soccer-club-signs-2018-mls-superdraft-picks-diego-campos-and-elliot" target="_blank">Chicago Fire has signed Elliot Colier for the 2018 season with club options for 2019, 2020 and 2021</a></p>

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Argie- wrote:

<p><a href="https://www.chicago-fire.com/post/2018/02/28/chicago-fire-soccer-club-signs-2018-mls-superdraft-picks-diego-campos-and-elliot" target="_blank">Chicago Fire has signed Elliot Colier for the 2018 season with club options for 2019, 2020 and 2021</a></p>

another Ole player

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Argie- wrote:

<p><a href="https://www.chicago-fire.com/post/2018/02/28/chicago-fire-soccer-club-signs-2018-mls-superdraft-picks-diego-campos-and-elliot" target="_blank">Chicago Fire has signed Elliot Colier for the 2018 season with club options for 2019, 2020 and 2021</a></p>

another Ole player

Who's the other one?

Yellow Fever - Misery loves company

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patrick478 wrote:

Argie- wrote:

<p><a href="https://www.chicago-fire.com/post/2018/02/28/chicago-fire-soccer-club-signs-2018-mls-superdraft-picks-diego-campos-and-elliot" target="_blank">Chicago Fire has signed Elliot Colier for the 2018 season with club options for 2019, 2020 and 2021</a></p>

another Ole player

Who's the other one?

Ryan Thomas, Elijah Just, Callum McCowatt....., I was meaning another player to come from Ole

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6ft 4 - big lad!

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Gouldie would love him.


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patrick478 wrote:

Argie- wrote:

<p><a href="https://www.chicago-fire.com/post/2018/02/28/chicago-fire-soccer-club-signs-2018-mls-superdraft-picks-diego-campos-and-elliot" target="_blank">Chicago Fire has signed Elliot Colier for the 2018 season with club options for 2019, 2020 and 2021</a></p>

another Ole player

Who's the other one?

There's also a few of us playing for Brooklyn Masters

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patrick478 wrote:

Argie- wrote:

<p><a href="https://www.chicago-fire.com/post/2018/02/28/chicago-fire-soccer-club-signs-2018-mls-superdraft-picks-diego-campos-and-elliot" target="_blank">Chicago Fire has signed Elliot Colier for the 2018 season with club options for 2019, 2020 and 2021</a></p>

another Ole player

Who's the other one?

Ryan Thomas, Elijah Just, Callum McCowatt....., I was meaning another player to come from Ole

There are a few Olé players of various vintages in MLS teams or their affiliates at the moment. Adams, Brown, Colier, Gleeson...

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Careful Lemon.  

Don't get sucked into the Rufer like world where anyone who once said hello to him or walked past a park he ran a session at is claimed as a WYNRS graduate.


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He's strong on the ball and good feet for a big man. That 3rd goal is something else. Looking forward to seeing him carry on his career from here

Olympic Dream 2k18 #TheDream

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Good feet for a big man must be one of the most over-used cliches in football. It's about time we realised that not all tall people lack skill, as much as all left feet are not cultured

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Someone has cloned Peter Crouch

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Peter Crouch is a legend...

What would you be in you weren't a professional footballer Peter?

hmmm, probably a virgin still!

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Nelfoos wrote:

JamesBo wrote:
He's strong on the ball and good feet for a big man. That 3rd goal is something else. Looking forward to seeing him carry on his career from here

Has some good skills as well.

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happydays wrote:

Good feet for a big man must be one of the most over-used cliches in football. It's about time we realised that not all tall people lack skill, as much as all left feet are not cultured

Its a cliche for a reason - there a a lot of big men with shark touches see: Hamish Watson. It is rarer for a 6ft 4 striker to move with the ball like that than a 5ft 10 one. Its an indication of versatility and the ability to play different styles of football. Just because its said a lot doesn't take away the emaning of it.

Olympic Dream 2k18 #TheDream

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Nelfoos wrote:

happydays wrote:

Good feet for a big man must be one of the most over-used cliches in football. It's about time we realised that not all tall people lack skill, as much as all left feet are not cultured

Its a cliche for a reason - there a a lot of big men with shark touches see: Hamish Watson. It is rarer for a 6ft 4 striker to move with the ball like that than a 5ft 10 one. Its an indication of versatility and the ability to play different styles of football. Just because its said a lot doesn't take away the emaning of it.

There's a lot of small players with a rubbish touch too, see Appiah.

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happydays wrote:

Nelfoos wrote:

happydays wrote:

Good feet for a big man must be one of the most over-used cliches in football. It's about time we realised that not all tall people lack skill, as much as all left feet are not cultured

Its a cliche for a reason - there a a lot of big men with shark touches see: Hamish Watson. It is rarer for a 6ft 4 striker to move with the ball like that than a 5ft 10 one. Its an indication of versatility and the ability to play different styles of football. Just because its said a lot doesn't take away the meaning of it.

There's a lot of small players with a rubbish touch too, see Appiah.

Absolutely. Not sure of the relevance though

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Nelfoos wrote:

happydays wrote:

Good feet for a big man must be one of the most over-used cliches in football. It's about time we realised that not all tall people lack skill, as much as all left feet are not cultured

Its a cliche for a reason - there a a lot of big men with shark touches see: Hamish Watson. It is rarer for a 6ft 4 striker to move with the ball like that than a 5ft 10 one. Its an indication of versatility and the ability to play different styles of football. Just because its said a lot doesn't take away the emaning of it.

Zinedine Zidane had a good touch for a big man

It's a rubbish cliche

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He also had a good headbutt!

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