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  1. Quite happy with Afobe so far, as LJ said with Pack going out late in the window his experience will be key. If we had landed Nketiah and still lost Pack we would have a very very young line-up at this point.
  2. We obviously saw things differently tonight, surely a fresh man coming on with 20 minutes to go should be able to chase, harry and be a general nuisance to the Derby defence and midfield for the remainder of the game. The comparison to Weimann maybe slightly off given AW's work rate is second to none but he was nowhere near as effective as Afobe in closing down Derby's players and forcing errors. IMO this relieved some of the pressure we had put on them throughout the game to this point. Overall it was a massively positive performance so it is probably nit-picking but would rather see someone busting their nuts to press Derby high up the pitch rather than jogging around with the game passing him by.
  3. Congrats on first call up to the senior Wales squad, the embarrasment of riches in midfield continues to grow
  4. How long before Massengo wigs are being sported at AG?
  5. Jesus, if people can't how far we have come as a club they never will!
  6. Think it is testament to his ability that even though Nagy and Massengo look top-end players at this level Brownhill is seen as an equal to them, we must have one of the best midfields in the league now.
  7. Doesn't excuse the general lack of effort shown, his limited ability is generally known and to some extent accepted however when you see Weimann still running his bol!ocks off despite having already played 70+mins compared to Diedhiou barely moving for a 20 minute cameo it was infuriating to watch.
  8. Generally agree although Brownhill was MOM for me tonight and Palmer at least a 7 for his 1st half showing.
  9. His kicking is excellent, a vast improvement on Fielding.
  10. On th plus side of the 3-4 weeks injury 2 weeks of that will be the international break so its only really the Hull & Boro games, Massengo, Brownhill and Palmer should be enough for those.
  11. I think if Webster had left at the start of the window we may not have signed Sammy, once the money came rolling in we were able to splash out on HNM, Nagy and Palmer, his best oppurtunity may be out wide now Paterson has gone.
  12. Wonder if Nagy cares that the whole country pronounces his name incorrectly?
  13. I'm going 4-2-3-1 Bentley Periera Kalas Baker Rowe Nagy Brownhill Eliasson Palmer O'Dowda Afobe Maenpaa Moore Hunt Massengo Weimann Semenyo Diedhiou
  14. Kalas, Brownhill or Rowe I would imagine
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