Timo Werner



  • @ChazFI123 Not sure about that, 7 goals in 13 games isn’t exactly poor & Still only 23



  • @NewUser383114

    I'm up 68p on Werner, so very similar. He's becoming a long term hold for me. Young established talent, playing for an exciting team and manager in RB Leipzig and Nagelsmann. He will play in Euro 2020, and could lead the line for a few years.

    I can't see many reasons to sell, and with all of those factors above considered, there shouldn't be points throughout the year when interest would be low in him. As a Liverpool fan, I'm hoping there is the slightest chance we buy him in the next couple years, beating Bayern to his signature. Imagine his price then 🤞😂



  • @Uncle-G doesn’t he have 3 international goals in his last 16 games?



  • @FI-Manager I just checked, im 90p up on Werner. I have no intention of selling any time soon. Quality player, scores, turns in pb scores and could hit the PL. I am shocked he is so low.



  • I have him as a long term hold and so will be keeping for the foreseeable future, topping up as and when i can as this is a player that i would like to have a much bigger holding in come the end of the season.



  • @Uncle-G said in Timo Werner:

    @ChazFI123 Not sure about that, 7 goals in 13 games isn’t exactly poor & Still only 23

    Where do you get this 7 in 13 from?
    He has 10 in 26 total but just 2 in his last 12.
    Not knocking the guy, he has the ability for sure but in a time when Germany are not blessed with proper centre forwards, he's not taking his chances. A run of 1 goal in 10 for them saw him benched for three games when they went with Gnabry and Sane up top instead (??!). Fine, he then came off the bench to score once in the 8-0 drubbing of Estonia and now finds himself on the wing playing 2nd fiddle to Gnabry again.
    Maybe it's not all his fault and Low has just lost the plot. His tactics, not just v Germany the other day but for a while now, have been at best questionable.
    I still think Werner needs to score more for his country though.



  • @ChazFI123 just a quick google, must be just showing competitive games 🤷‍♂️
    @dean73 as above, how is he playing 2nd fiddle, I do agree he needs to improve his finishing for Germany but he’s still young



  • @Uncle-G How is he playing 2nd fiddle? Well, how about Gnabry starting every qualifier and Werner starting just one? Or did Google not tell you that? 😏😉



  • @dean73 😂 thought you meant tonight, I’m just happy I’ve got lots of De Bruyne & Halstenbergs 😁



  • @Uncle-G Tonight isn't too different tbh. Gnabry plays the full 90 and scores, Werner is hoiked midway through the 2nd half and ends up with a mahoosive 43 PB (Gnabry with exactly 3x that).
    I hold neither and actually like Werner and dislike Gnabry.
    But you gotta say it like you see it



  • @dean73 agree mate Werner had a poor game tonight & Gnabry’s was a good finish but, when Werner decides to bring his club play to International we should see a different outcome



  • @Uncle-G And until that happens, he'll remain a bit iffy imo.
    A change of manager for Germany might sort that out though



  • I think Timo struggles to play alone up front, which may be why alarm bells ring for Liverpool and they didn't go for him? He likes to chase through balls and doesn't like playing deep. The CF seems to have to come deep for the ball with Germany's tactics and that doesn't suit his skill-set.



  • I havent seen a lot of Werner playing but I have done a lot of research on him and the picture I've built up is that hes a young Antoine Griezmann.

    He can score some big PB's like Griezmann and seems to be able to play across the front line like Griezmann.

    Heres Griezmann's heat map for the season so far according to sofascore

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    Heres Werners

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    Heres a direct comparison of their attributes/playing styles

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    If you look at their stats for the season on sofascore there are further similarities.

    Heres Greizmann's top 5 PB scores according to FIS

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    Heres Werners

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    Heres Griezmann's strengths and (lack of) weaknesses according to whoscored

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    Heres Werner's

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    It seems that at present Greizmann is a little stronger in all departments but obviously Werner has youth on his side and has yet to hit his peak you would think. He also has a big move in him, where Griezmann probably does not

    I know these cant tell the full story but that's why I'm asking the question. At present I hold Griezmann and am seriously thinking about adding Werner to my port but would appreciate some insight from people who know more about him. Maybe @Antierror, but anyone else as well. @Zola25 I'll say it for u, Reus is better value, cheers



  • @MickTurbo Werner for me is one of my players I wont sell under any cicumstances



  • @MrWh1te so do i take it you've watched a fair bit of him? And if so, how accurate or otherwise am I with the Griezmann comparison?

    I suppose whethervim right or not, he appears a solid buy but I just want as full a picture as I can get cos I dont generally buy players I havent watched, at least not fairly expensive ones



  • @MickTurbo
    I haven't watched him as in see him play.
    But I do follow his stats closely (I tend not to watch the players I own unless they are PL, I find just looking at stats keeps me more focused).

    He ticks all the boxes for me:

    1. Young and already playing
    2. Gets good scores and earns divs
    3. Has a great shot sooner or later of a big team move (Liverpool seem favourite, but United being linked now, though cant see United happening)
    4. Seems fairly popular on the forums/social media


  • I don’t think griezmann is anything like Werner.

    Griezmann would be feeding a player like Werner If they played in the same team.

    Werner is a Genuine counter attack speedster.



  • Yeah Werner is first and for most a goalscorer who can play a bit - mayb like a Michael Owen

    Griezmann is a playmaker no.10 who scores but is far more involved in all round play.

    Mayb in stats but in real life not alike at all.



  • Seems to be a natural goalscorer. Recently signed a new contract with R B Leipzig, but don't let that put you off as there is a ridiculously low 'release clause' of £27 million.
    Wouldn't surprise me to see a move in January. Bayern Munich, Liverpool and more recently Man Utd have all been linked.
    The more interested, the more media stories!


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