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  1. If the game is abandoned do we win by default?
  2. Other than 2008 we've never been "close"
  3. A contender for worst signing under LJ
  4. Can see LJ being in the top 5 by the end of this season.
  5. Saw the interview with David Noble and wondered who he was playing for these days, a quick Google search landed me on St Albans City and there he was!
  6. https://www.stalbanscityfc.com/player/dave-diedhiou/ Who knew?
  7. With Eliasson cutting back in everytime he receives the ball it should mean that Periera has plenty of opportunity to overlap.
  8. Exactly this, his fee when he goes will begin with a 3
  9. Good summary, I get the impression that the club wasn't big enough for the both of them so Ashton's services were dispensed with as choosing him over SC at that time would have appeared scandalous. Think Lansdown gave Cotterill enough rope to hang himself upon our return to the Championship and once we were in a place where sacking SC was no longer unthinkable and wouldn't have led to widespread outcry from the fans he brought back MA who presumably was his preference all along.
  10. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/35333639 Not far off...held responsible (by the club at least) for recruitment in 2014 albeit under a consultancy agreement. Givenhe was appointed on a permanent basis 2 days after Cotterill left it could be assumed the Lansdowns saw him as a more valuable asset than Cotterill.
  11. Worth remembering MA actually recruited most of the double winning squad before departing and them returning after Cotts left.
  12. Very good start but need to strign together some wins now to capitalise, think the next 3 homes games are crucial as the form at AG needs sorting out.
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