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  1. I think we got away lightly last night, in so much as if they had of started with Gray and Deeney, direct into them I think it would've been a long old night for Vyner, Moore and Rowe. However Watfords style up to the 75 minute mark suited us. Perhaps its a bit of naivety from their new manager, I think a wiley old dog like a Warnock would've looked at our back 3 and smelt blood. Of course the back 3 is down to injuries etc, and I totally accept that. But that was a good point.
  2. Excellent news for us, that is one player who will be raring to play/get in form for the euros
  3. The big issue was our decision making at the back. When there is no pressure on the opposing midfield (which was the case 90% of the game) you have to drop deep, otherwise at this level an opponent with time on the ball will find the attacker too often. See goal one and two. The third was the opposite, pressure on the ball and Kalas dropped on his own allowing there lad to run in. If Kalas stepped up it was offside/over hit pass. Naivety that will be punished at this level by all the top sides.
  4. We look fitter than our opponents in the final 30 minutes in the games I’ve seen, better in game management and youthful legs may well be helping, but it’s a great asset to have.
  5. Amazing link - find Wiltshire difficult to like on it, but really interesting.
  6. He is a real talent, in the right system and with the right protection he could become the star man this season. His legs may not give us 90 mins every game, but the quality and assurance he offers players around him is invaluable. How to make yourself a better player, surround yourself with better players. Semenyo and Palmer are case in point, when Brunt linked up with them you could see we moved up a level that Northampton had no answer to. how we fit him in is the question, but it if he continues like that then I think he becomes a starter. Great to watch a player with that abilit
  7. Totally agree, I just wondered what the opinion is based on. To argue that based upon him being a little awkward in public speaking equates to working in B&M/not fit for the role he is in is quite a leap tho. Ashton and SL to some extent are pretty polished public speakers, so maybe we do not need another.
  8. Disclaimer - I am not Jon Lansdown However, unless anyone on here is on the board, or has worked closely with him, how can you judge him? I have worked with amazing colleagues, but if you put them in front of a camera (or customer) they just don't connect. But their skills are so important behind the scenes. I have never met him, but some of the stuff I have read on here is not in the best taste, in my opinion. Apart from the comic sans training wear, which is fair.
  9. We now have the strength in depth to choose our strikers based on what they do on the pitch, forget contracts and Potential fees. Nothing personal, or overly political, Fam had a shocker today and at least 3 players are now ahead if him in our line up. He can either force his way back in, or not. I hope we now give other players the chance to own their place in team, it’s a long season.
  10. But I should care what you think though yeah? Contradicting yourself there mate think you missed my point a little as well.
  11. I live in Bristol - NI no. And LinkedIn available on request I find the second paragraph hugely unlikely, specifically the first line.
  12. Cannot see the money involved in this deal being a punt
  13. Work in London mate, like football. I wanna be wrong cos there is a player in there, but it doesn’t look a stellar signing to me.
  14. Nope. In fact I bet I’ve seen him live a lot more than most, at Fulham. There is a player there, but his form and fitness have been off for a while. You wanna go hug him cos he once was good, fair play, but don’t make statements you cannot back up.
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