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Rednic: Trezeguet needs to work on his tactical discipline
Royal Excel Mouscron manager Mircea Rednic has described Mahmoud Trezeguet as the player who can make a difference after his heroics against Roeselare.
The 22-year-old scored seven goals and made five assists in 25 matches for Mouscron this season, however his manager Mircea Rednic believes that he needs to work on his tactical discipline.
“Trezeguet is a player who can make a difference, but he needs to work on his tactical discipline,” the Romanian manager told Belgian website Sporza.
“Sometimes, he runs in every part of the pitch except the part we need him to go to,” Rednic added.
It’s worth mentioning that Belgian newspaper Nieuwsblad has reported that Anderlecht will recall Trezeguet to sell him, not to use him as he is not tactically disciplined enough for their manager René Weiler.