Gary Mackay-Steven [forward]

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Can we call him GMS?
...Also differentiating between him, parks, tinnerholm, and ring on the pitch is going to be hard.
There's only one person contractually allowed to be called GMS in Yankee Stadium and he passed away 9 years ago.
 
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Pretty sure if you didn't call him the Boss or Mr. Steinbrenner you were not allowed in Yankee Stadium so I think it's ok.
 
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"Scottish"

Anyway, leaving my grammatical pedantry aside, my buddy who is a lifelong Celtic supporter said that "He's a fair player, but a wee bit soft, can score some goals."


Good luck to him!
 

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Last weekend I cut up all of GMS' touches in his start against Houston, but also paid a good deal of attention to his off-ball movement in that game. Interested in what you guys think. I understand that this was against a 10-man Houston squad, but thought that ultimately led to a more compact defense in that third, so thought GMS did pretty well in finding some space to attack.

I do think that if Maxi had played the full 90 minutes, GMS would have had a few more solid chances at a goal or assist.