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About Edge1981

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  1. Isn’t that the young lad Towler??
  2. “My career then sort of went downhill a little bit, I ended up down at Cardiff”. Ha ha ha, love it!!
  3. About time our players began winding the opposition players up
  4. Refreshing interview, pulls no punches and tells it as it is
  5. That game really sticks out for me. Was certain we’d go up that season
  6. Happy to pay the £10 for the game for me and my daughter to watch. Would have cost me 5 times that to go to the gate and watch. No need to try and stream it for free
  7. Fans say negative things about pretty much every player during there time at a club, particularly when they can hide behind the screens using Twitter. I’ve seen a fair few Leeds fans say how much of a liability Ayling was and he went in to win player of the year
  8. Fam has to play and should play IMO. If he plays and puts on a MOTM performance then that is going to make the club more likely to give in to his wage demands. I don’t think his commitment would wander just yet. I think that may happen later on in the season. If he was given a new four year deal, who’s to say he would put in the same level of performance and commitment he did over the past few seasons? He could put his feet up knowing he’s doubled his wages with a big fat signing on fee. Fortunately I don’t think he’s that type of player. I think he’ll be just as committed regardless
  9. Agree with you completely! Ultimately football is a results business and so DH will be judged on that alone. He could be the nicest guy on the planet but if the results don’t go the way we all want, the fans will be right in their initial opinion when he was appointed
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