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  1. No, just can't cut our nose off just in case we can't sell him. It's documented we are looking for a buying club for him but if we do t sell, we still have a good player on our hands if he can get over the obstacle that is his ego
  2. Is it just me or does the fixture list look manageable? As in on paper, we could compete well throughout...
  3. What if they had been really going at it end to end but the keepers had a blinder and it was 0-0? Would that still be zero points? I agree with the potential rule as it should help with the entertainment factor but for those teams that did entertain but couldn't score, it would be a kick in the teeth
  4. However, for every Flint, there is a Nathan Thompson :laugh:
  5. So is flint!
  6. Or let's simplify things. Get everyone to man up and relax the rules on tackling and go back to the football of the 80's and 90's. People are too sensitive nowadays. Injuries are part of the game and so should strong tackles be. Relaxed rules on tackling etc would mean less requirements regarding rules
  7. Engvall definitely looks physical and quick enough for the championship. He can obviously score a goal as he is doing so in Sweden so I genuinely hope we give him a good chance next season
  8. Any idea on the email address?
  9. Agree not everyone but it's very common
  10. He hasn't failed, the system is flawed due to financial pressure for success. Prem teams don't feel they can risk young players in case of failure
  11. Article on him on sky sports. My thoughts were he's a good fit to develop our u-23's with great experience and history of success with some of the best young players on the country
  12. Chelsea Youth development coach for 9 years. Guided them to two European youth cups and key aim was developing the players for the first team. Released by Chelsea a month ago and he lives in the Cotswolds. thos guy would be ideal to take on as part of our youth set up and would provide some real quality, experience and class in our youth set up. having worked with all of the current Chelsea youth players, that could also provide a nice link when trying to attract them to our club. Sign this man up!
  13. I'm not a big socialite and always go alone. Used to go with mates but they have all gone their own ways as you do as you get older. i find it fine and I still enjoy every game I go to alone
  14. This u-20 team is almost like a loan shopping list for LJ. Would love a couple of these to join us. Cook from Bournemouth is decent too. Couple of Venezuela kids look decent too
  15. Would love to see lookman on loan to us. Think there is every chance of him being loaned to the championship this season to get regular competitive football and experience. Our history with Tammy certainly puts us in a good position for him should he be an option