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  1. I think the pair of them in the middle is definitely the way forward. Both technically gifted, they move the ball quick, great energy levels, tenacity in both of them & have a knack of sensing danger & finding space. Also allows us to play 4-4-2, so able to get Eliasson in the starting 11, without fear of being overrun in the middle, as Brownhill will tuck in as & when. Which then allows Hunt to overlap when the opportunity comes. Certainly have great options in the middle of the park at the moment. COYR
  2. Correct, believe he was their player of the season. Sooner he is back the better, although no one can knock how well Rowe has played. COYR
  3. & for that I thank you. Cause that really does get on my nerves. Like a lot of things in football currently, over complicating things. COYR
  4. Exactly this. It happened to my brother when in his car after a game against Leeds. While waiting in a que to get out of the trading estate (opposite side of the road to the Wickes store). Believe there was also a similar incident with a mum & her kids in the same area if memory serves me right on the same day ( 2 seasons ago?).Which brings me on to my next point, @JulieH, who organises/decides for away coaches to park right in the middle of a common City parking area, with little or no policing? COYR
  5. Simon79


    Or they would have more times to do other things, empty the bins, sweep the floor or here is a thought, serve the que that is out the door! Do you go to the bar/kitchen to collect your meal? How is a restaurant comparable to a fast food chain? Is it not just common decency to tidy up after yourself? Do you throw rubbish on the floor to keep Trigger in a job? COYR
  6. Simon79


    Totally agree. & while we are on the subject, same with KFC. Amazes me how people leave rubbish & bits of chicken on a table they’ve been sitting at & expect someone else to pick it up. Would hate to see their house! All I’ve got to say about yesterday, as the little man was ill & we had to leave after 20 minutes! COYR
  7. It really isn’t. When played how it was originally developed. COYR
  8. His new partner owns a chain of them I believe. He no longer works at Yeovil as goalkeeper coach. Don’t think he was particularly impressed with how professional it was down there. I did hear he was fitter than the players during runs etc! He is an avid cyclist & does a lot of running. He is by all accounts a very competitive guy still. COYR
  9. Simon79

    Ian Wright

    Said exactly the same to my other half. As well as the fact that I haven’t got a clue who most of them are! COYR
  10. Seen Joe Simms a fair bit at the Gate. He was in the Premier seating during the Leeds game this season with what I presume where his friends. One of which was the the bloke who does the Dacia advert voice over & has had various other acting jobs. Was acting a bit of a billy big b***ocks imo, certainly enjoyed trying to wind up the City fans around him anyway. Unfortunately it worked! Should add, he’s a Leeds fan. COYR
  11. Would not be surprised by this, because as you say, he is good friends with LJ & again, is known to be a very good coach, although not so good in front of the media! He will also be someone LJ trusts. He has also been to the Gate quite a few times since leaving Yeovil. So he would of definitely been around I would imagine in one way or another. COYR
  12. I think you are correct, he was told about the interest & the contract on offer & felt he couldn’t turn it down. COYR
  13. Remember that night. Poor night all round for the club imo. COYR
  14. Totally agree. But maybe he is looking at doing it a different way, rather than throwing endless amounts of cash at it, like us. Which is why he has gone for Woodgate. Just a thought. COYR
  15. Steve Gibson is generally considered one of the best owners around from my understanding, as is our own owner. & possibly, like our own owner, he is looking at a long term strategy. Cannot say I know a lot about Middlesbrough or their performances. But I thought they did ok at our place & Woodgate is having to totally rip up the way they were playing last season & start again. That will take time & patience, very much like what we have been through. COYR
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