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  1. I have seen a few games of Scott, he looks head and shoulders ahead of the rest right now, long way for him to go but he looks the real deal. Also, on a personal note he is the type of player I want to watch, real swagger about his play, quick feet and looks arrogant in a good way. Excited to see him develop.
  2. You need to change the title of the thread then as you have answered your own question. “Certainly” isn’t Marks fault, hmmmm - Think an explanation might be needed on that one as well, as you are asking people to justify their stance.
  3. Your thread was titled “our fans are the problem” but then also stated “fans don’t influence what happens on the pitch, and that not being unique to us” (paraphrased).. So.... are the fans the problem? Pretty simply put, no. Does MA get more stick the he deserves? Maybe, but hard to know unless you have an insight to share? You use David Lloyd as an example of someone saying positive things, there’s lots of people who have worked with him who do not say nice things so hmmmm.... Question to you, the club set out a top 6 aim this season, that wasn’t the fans. We are laughably far
  4. Just a thought, in the last 18 months has the club been without a manager (full time contracted) longer then with One? It must be close, and that is just a farcical situation.
  5. If you take all emotion out of this, and look at the facts as they are. We have a huge amount of “first team” players out of contract at the end of the year, and we know what that means regarding commitment to our cause. We have a manager out of contract at the end of the season, with nothing concrete about his position long term. We have a CEO being linked to another club. We have a chairman out in Bermuda building houses. We have an owner openly admitting he is open to funding and maybe a way out. if anyone genuinely believes there is a coach/manager that could
  6. It makes for a fascinating summer. I said back last summer that the appointment after LJ was not only a huge choice, but a clear indicator of what the club are trying to achieve. All the PR, buzz words and nonsense sound bytes couldn’t hide how low rent the Holden appointment was. There were options out there which made so much more sense if promotion was the aim. fast forward to now and you have the owner admitting that the plan post Holden was to give it to Keith and Paul until the end of the season until they then realised that would’ve meant relegation. Queue a hurried appointmen
  7. It’s basically because on a “proper” televised game you moderate the light across the pitch, evening out the shade and sunshine- don’t think robins tv stretch to that production value tho!
  8. We are dreadful, but better with Fam - which is even more of a worry. In fact Watkins looks like Pele compared to Wells, who is just a joke.
  9. Anyone got stats on Hunts passing accuracy? I think he has just given up himself now
  10. He was exceptional that night at the gate. His movement was the best I’ve ever seen live, the biggest thing I noticed was how many times in the first half he made a darting run and didn’t get the ball, but then just simply “went again”. No sulking or throwing hands in the air etc. Just a constant moving object with insane technical and finishing ability. Any aspiring strikers could get two lessons, one from his movement and one from his mentality. Class act.
  11. Blackpool away before it got redeveloped, it was like a ground time had forgotten, huge swathes of terraces that had been unused for years. I think we won 1-0 in front of about 4k fans, the terraces looked like they would’ve held 40k tbf. pompey, Cardiff, Plymouth and Fulham always fun, worst for me is always reading - so sterile
  12. Just what is on that site, not sure if it is credible tbh. If it is, that is crazy tho
  13. Pukki on 15k a week? Norwich with only one player, Gibson, earning more than our top earner. If, and it’s a big if, this is all true, we are a soft touch aren’t we.
  14. For this type of analysis to work you would need to be able to have a second sample of the same games without massengo to actually understand whether the performances and results may have been worse without him, i.e. heavier defeats. As you can’t do this it makes the above pretty limited, judging a player more by watching him and understanding the game and his talent within it would be a better shout.
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