I broadly agree with you and think that the Demo has over-hyped his performancesRobbiedundalk2 wrote: ↑Sun Jun 16, 2019 2:53 pmMurray has some important goals and was very good until he got injured and has not played fully fit as yet. Think he has done enough to show he has quality and will add to the team. Probably done more than Adjoran at this stage last season who only stared to blossom in the few games before he was off but had showed in flashes he had quality. I think Murray is probably ahead of him at this point. Hope he plays against Rovers and puts Byrne in his place. Time will tellEzeikial wrote: ↑Sun Jun 16, 2019 10:20 amMid season review by the Demo has Sean Gannon as poty so far.
Can't say that I agree with their assessment of Sean Murray performances to date
https://www.dundalkdemocrat.ie/news/spo ... wards.html
The Demo labelled Sean Murray as "a pleasant surprise" when the reality is that there was very strong expectations based on how he performed for Watford and Republic of Ireland underage teams. His performance in his first appearance, against Drogheda, simply raised these expectations further
Saying he "has impressed on his every outing" is hardly correct when he has laboured with a lack of fitness in many games.
I have no doubt that he has the potential to be one of the standout performers in this league once he gains fitness and form - but he has only shown this in glimpses so far.