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  1. Or was he asked to publish it by someone within the club who is equally fed up with the number of injuries? Seemed odd that GmG broke rank a little with that story.
  2. Buttler missing from your list as well whould presumably bat at 6, certainly no lower than 7. With the amount of Test cricket to be played this year there should be plenty of oppurtunity for all of them to push their case. Its a shame Bairstow didn't get a big score today as he could have added his name to the ever growing list as well.
  3. I would credit LJ with Bobby Reid development moreso than Bryan's who was already pretty established by the time Lee arrived. That being said its undeniable that the likes of them and Brownhill and quite a few others improved massively under LJ's coaching of which Holden was a key part.
  4. He would be doing well to concede four goals from our one or two shots on target.
  5. Thought that was a very sensible decision and it would have been wrong to send Brady off given the ball shouldn't have been live. The Maguire goal shouldn't have been disallowed and it was amazing how quickly they managed to agree on that in comparison to the Shaw incident. Final observation is Burnley had our pants down with the Brownhill and Wells transfers
  6. Me neither, I think what he is getting at is freeing up more testing capacity as footballers wouldn't need testing any longer but I'm not aware testing capacity is under pressure at the moment.
  7. I'm not sure if the vaccine programme can be accelerated purely by throwing money at it but if the clubs were to each commit say £1m each (£20m total) plus whatever the EFL or other sports could afford and it took a significant number of weeks off the timetable for vaccination then it would be in their interests to commit the money as well as continue the testing protocol they currently adhere too. Currently there is a good chance they won't have fans in before the end of the season, if they managed to shave 6 weeks off the programme for vaccines and it meant stadiums being back to full c
  8. If the Premier League Clubs can afford to channel money into the NHS to accelerate the vaccine programme they can do this without the need to jump the que, the benefit they get will be fans being able to come back sooner assuming the kind of money they could distribute has a meaningful impact on the vaccine's
  9. The pitch was in place before the Double winning season wasn't it? I can't recall there being the same level of injuries in that timeframe.
  10. Been saying for a couple of years now there is a fundamental problem with our Medical Department, we have had too many injuries for too long now for it to be just bad luck.
  11. Doubt he was aware of the betting rules that could be breached or certainly wasn't thinking of them at the time.
  12. He can only do this with a non English side I believe, to be honest its quite rare that this becomes public knowledge in the January before anyway....I can't think of a recent example where this happened?
  13. Weird situation for everybody as in terms of maintaining the TV funding all parties are better off doing nothing and games just happen on an ad-hoc basis as this way its nobodies fault as such and no different to postponements for bad weather. From a moral and health standpoint a circuit breaker is probably the best option but given the number of players that seemingly don't care about the restrictions anyway why should the clubs? My gut feel is they'll just carry on and hope for the best
  14. 100% this, the actual game is only a part of the day out for me and the restrictions that would be in place even under Tier 2 restrictions (regardless of 2000 max capacity) would put me off.
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