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Ryan Telfer, Nea Salamina Famagusta

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Re: Ryan Telfer

Postby Oriello » 2020 Feb 04, 04:04

Updated and moved.

Went through highlights of York9's season, he either seems to have become a more physical/powerful player or Canadian Premier League is full of BB 60-75 players hhaha. Some nice pace on him now over distance without the ball, and his change of pace is real high sometimes - ACC 84-85 in some instances. Apparently was used in a bunch of attack minded positions in the CPL - but mostly wide mid/winger either side switching with Pallister(?).

He made the 2019 season's XI of the league, and was regarded as one of the best players during the season - on wiki "The Premier Performer presented by Volkswagen Canada is presented to the CPL's top player based on an algorithm developed by the league and its data analysis provider." Telfer ranked 3rd... he had 8 goals & 1 assist in 26 games (2216 mins) in the league and 2 goals & 1 assist in 6 games (478 mins) in the Canadian Championship - worth noting he scored the league's ever first goal and a CPL team's first ever goal against and MLS side (Montreal). 36 Tackles won. 7 "Big-Chances created" (team high). Pass accuracy: 74.50%.

His shooting also stood out to me, had 50 shots (3rd most in the league)/29 on target - and he impressed me with the sheer blast power on some hits a cool finishes on other chances.

He looked good in MLS and its a shame TFC did not believe in him enough to give him more of a shot - 2018 was such a terrible year and he still managed to standout as a good young player. I think he wanted a Europe move - no idea of Cypriot level, but he is really versatile, and physically capable - I'm sure he can perform any role competently...His touch might have gotten even better something to look out for.


Trinidad converted/naturalized him and he plays for them now, which I think is a bit of a loss for Canada, and he should have been capped - would have been a good depth player for the squad if not a starter - I mean they keep playing Mark Anthony Kaye a playmaker at LB ffs...apparently had a brace in 15-0 route of Anguilla - pArItY - and another goal in his debut vs mighty Martinique.


All in all I am a little surprised he was such a dominant player in the newly formed CPL - really tells me a lot about he level of that league (defending/goalkeeping looks worse than USL, technique is actually not bad ... comporable to low end USL maybe) .. but I did expect him to have a good year as to me it was a move down for him - he is capable enough to play in MLS - just needed to find his niche to claim a starting berth.
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Re: Ryan Telfer

Postby petreleo » 2020 Feb 04, 16:24

Oriello wrote:Updated and moved.

Went through highlights of York9's season, he either seems to have become a more physical/powerful player or Canadian Premier League is full of BB 60-75 players hhaha. Some nice pace on him now over distance without the ball, and his change of pace is real high sometimes - ACC 84-85 in some instances. Apparently was used in a bunch of attack minded positions in the CPL - but mostly wide mid/winger either side switching with Pallister(?).

He made the 2019 season's XI of the league, and was regarded as one of the best players during the season - on wiki "The Premier Performer presented by Volkswagen Canada is presented to the CPL's top player based on an algorithm developed by the league and its data analysis provider." Telfer ranked 3rd... he had 8 goals & 1 assist in 26 games (2216 mins) in the league and 2 goals & 1 assist in 6 games (478 mins) in the Canadian Championship - worth noting he scored the league's ever first goal and a CPL team's first ever goal against and MLS side (Montreal). 36 Tackles won. 7 "Big-Chances created" (team high). Pass accuracy: 74.50%.

His shooting also stood out to me, had 50 shots (3rd most in the league)/29 on target - and he impressed me with the sheer blast power on some hits a cool finishes on other chances.

He looked good in MLS and its a shame TFC did not believe in him enough to give him more of a shot - 2018 was such a terrible year and he still managed to standout as a good young player. I think he wanted a Europe move - no idea of Cypriot level, but he is really versatile, and physically capable - I'm sure he can perform any role competently...His touch might have gotten even better something to look out for.


Trinidad converted/naturalized him and he plays for them now, which I think is a bit of a loss for Canada, and he should have been capped - would have been a good depth player for the squad if not a starter - I mean they keep playing Mark Anthony Kaye a playmaker at LB ffs...apparently had a brace in 15-0 route of Anguilla - pArItY - and another goal in his debut vs mighty Martinique.


All in all I am a little surprised he was such a dominant player in the newly formed CPL - really tells me a lot about he level of that league (defending/goalkeeping looks worse than USL, technique is actually not bad ... comporable to low end USL maybe) .. but I did expect him to have a good year as to me it was a move down for him - he is capable enough to play in MLS - just needed to find his niche to claim a starting berth.


Great analysis, I would be keeping an eye on him at Nea Salamina.
Cyprus is currently the 15th best European League (https://twitter.com/UEFACalculator/stat ... 3927159809). The style there is mainly physical and mental, rather than purely technical and tactical. I think he would be a good fit given what you have said. Nea Salamina is a good attacking and counter-attacking team playing mainly 3-4-3 and 3-5-2, overall not one of the biggest clubs in Cyprus though, and I think Telfer would be the replacement of winger Tonia Tisdell who left Nea Salamina for Egypt. He might also play as Wing-Back depending on the formation, I think.
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Re: Ryan Telfer, Nea Salamina Famagusta

Postby Oriello » 2020 Feb 04, 23:42

I thought about his set today -since I have OCD/am mentally ill, went back and re-watched;


https://youtu.be/aBE4m9Xzdjg?t=82 speed cut back
https://youtu.be/aBE4m9Xzdjg?t=171 speed goal
https://youtu.be/aBE4m9Xzdjg?t=225 assist called offside

https://youtu.be/MB7fqg9gwlU?t=19 Piette 82 BB outmuscling him
https://youtu.be/MB7fqg9gwlU?t=108 goal, good shot power
https://youtu.be/MB7fqg9gwlU?t=149 speed, cross cleared
https://youtu.be/MB7fqg9gwlU?t=176 ck flickeed on to goal

https://youtu.be/77Ia7O1pVDE?t=58 fouled for pk

https://youtu.be/NLatUV7s9r4?t=95 turnover leads to goal

https://youtu.be/VfwvQM4LQxg?t=7 tame shot
https://youtu.be/VfwvQM4LQxg?t=34 lol shot .. maybe WFA should stay 4
https://youtu.be/VfwvQM4LQxg?t=48 ck assist

https://youtu.be/yV9b4D2UrP0?t=36 shot stopped
https://youtu.be/yV9b4D2UrP0?t=53 response goal

https://youtu.be/ofZI3qrHst0?t=2 incisve run shot
https://youtu.be/ofZI3qrHst0?t=15 blocked shot
https://youtu.be/ofZI3qrHst0?t=32 goal - shot power over 9000
https://youtu.be/ofZI3qrHst0?t=136 intervenes in own box
https://youtu.be/ofZI3qrHst0?t=150 header goal

https://youtu.be/pUiZmWkSUx4?t=3 goal
https://youtu.be/pUiZmWkSUx4?t=16 high cross knocked down for goal
https://youtu.be/pUiZmWkSUx4?t=82 goal, nice touch and goot shot with his right

https://youtu.be/o6hcKlpkr94?t=12 heads ball for teammate, counter, some speed, misses net


I wanna/gonna pump him up a little, I think I was too conservative in TS/ACC and shooting - they should stand out more...its difficult to gauge since he did this at a worse level and I have no real grasp of who he is beating for pace or the BB..I can only really look at how much space he eats up and that is just constant across reality/leagues... that raw pace was not on show in 2018 but the strength on ball & ability to zip by a player in a couple meters was, and shooting was present in MLS in 2018, but he had an erratic run in the team (too many WBs) and I was being tame with the set (wanting to see more)...I think I should give him a bit more since he made such a mark in CPL (even though it is such a low level in the world football pyramid)...and re-watching it tonight makes me think I mad him too lean in the stats...WFF I should have kept him a two-footed user.

He has physical and tactical aspects down well, technically his touch is gotten better but there is room to improve, his poor area is his passing/crossing - hard driven execution but its unreliable .. seems he was set-piece delivery guy last season, new "ability". Mentally, I can't say, did not stand out/nor was poor with TFC and I can't judge from highlights alone for 2019.

It will be curious if he can adjust and excel there.


Poland is 28th..? hmm I recall some Polish coach a few years ago (2015?) saying their is no gap between MLS and Polish Ektraklasa ... Przemysław Frankowski came over and did manage to be a good player in the league ... maybe Telfer will struggle ... well then you can nerf when that happens :) .

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