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Will John Stones eventually come good at Manchester City?

Will John Stones eventually come good at Manchester City?

Let’s face it – although big things were certainly expected of John Stones upon completing his obscenely over-priced move to the Etihad this summer – the former Everton defender has so far failed to cover himself in all that much glory since first arriving at Manchester City.

 

The highly coveted England international has ultimately failed to adapt to Pep Guardiola’s notorious possession-based play for the vast majority of the 2016/17 campaign, which has seemingly come as something as an unforeseen surprise to some – despite the early warning signs witnessed down at Goodison Park last season. 

 

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The 22-year-old defender was once again at fault when his side fell short against Leicester City last time out…

 

 

…it was the latest in a long line of personal errors Stones has been involved in this season…

 

 

When you look at other big name defenders operating at the top of their game in Europe…

 

 

…John Stones currently represents just another overpriced Englishman plying his trade among the Premier League…

 

 

It remains to be seen whether or not he’ll remain at Manchester City in the long-term…

 

 

…and as Stones is supposed to represent the future heart of the Three Lions back-line…

 

 

…Gareth Southgate’s team could indeed find themselves in deep water in the not too distant future…

 

 

Although some still seemingly back the former Everton defender…

 

 

…something clearly needs to improve within John Stones’ overall game sooner rather than later! 

 

 

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