Well, it looks as if the jury on him is still pretty much out.
Hopefully when the season gets back underway, if the season gets back underway he’ll be able to get some more minutes under his belt to help fans make up their minds, because right now he’s pretty much in a state of limbo.
I’m talking of course about Kerim Mrabti. The 25-year-old Swedish international forward hasn’t had the best of times at St Andrew’s since he first moved to the club in the winter window of 2019, scoring just three goals and chipping in with two assists during his 29 appearances for the club.
Should Mrabti be a regular in the first-team?
And as a result, it’s led to some people questioning whether or not he should be kept on any longer. When @Blues_HQ posed the question on Twitter whether or not he should be kept, there were a number of responses from the supporters, with some still unsure whether or not his production levels are really down to him.
Needs to be gone off the payroll he has had too many chances. Would be perfect in league 1 with his good work rate and tries hard. 👍
— Big G#Keep Right On 🏐🌍 (@GordonVoisey1) May 6, 2020
I thought we largely played well with him in the team , keeps for me
— Doug (@Dougarry1875) May 6, 2020
If someone new comes in then he is gonna want to implicate new ideas so ultimately down to him . If pep stays I’d keep him .
— Bobby Moore (@b16blue) May 6, 2020
Not convinced at all – if any kind of profit can be made then deffo move on
— John Downing (@JohnDow55660496) May 7, 2020
In current circs and given how quiet transfer market likely to be I think activating one year option in his contract would be sensible
— James (@bcfcjames) May 6, 2020
move him on, hes played in 4different positions and has never found his role or kept his place, nice guy works hard but achieves little🤷♂️💙
— Ian Barclay (@swiftshock16) May 6, 2020
What are your thoughts on the matter? To slightly misquote The Clash, should he stay or should he go?