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Dan Robin

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  1. Strange line-up. I'd be happy with a draw today. COYR!
  2. More bad results than good ones for now. I fear that Cardiff ''Former Robins'' City could be in the mix soon...
  3. These signings are a sign of ambition: I hope LJ and the players will pay back MA & SL's efforts.
  4. Maybe we asked Burnley less money to let him stay at Bristol until June?
  5. Not so easy to say, because we should consider also the level of the City teams they managed. TBS, I'd say G.Johnson > Cotterill > L.Johnson > McInnes & Millen > O'Driscoll
  6. Glad to hear that Benik is recovering well, probably faster than we thought, but honestly I would be surprised to see him involved in many matches, after such a heavy injury. That's why getting another striker remains essential.
  7. He's a n°10, so with the current set-up he could play behind Diédhiou (4-4-1-1 instead of 4-4-2): the problem is that we already have two attacking midfielders in Pato & Eliasson, so probably LJ prefers Weimann to leave the team more balanced.
  8. Not sure it would really help in terms of results,but better than nothing
  9. Italian sports journalists and commentators often talk bollocks. Obviously you can find exceptions. Anyway, the cup's structure doesn't help in raising interest.
  10. Coppa Italia is often snubbed by teams and by many supporters until the semifinals and games are broadcasted on national channels: I guess kicking offs depend on both aspects.
  11. No disrespect to LJ and his qualities,but...Warnock has plenty of experience + success at this level + (probably) more chances to keep the team's concentration/faith high = Yes My only concern would be about the midfield and our style of play: at Cardiff he often used physical and aggressive players and atm we are a bit lightweight, so we'd need to get 1 or 2 players on board. That being said, I think that our league position keeps LJ at safe,and with the current state of things, I expect difficulties in the transfer market too: two factors that could mean losing many other matches and slipping down the table soon.
  12. On the ''bright'' side...we probably avoided a record trashing against Liverpool's youngsters/reserves. A matter of bad VS worse.
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