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About hippy273

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  1. What amazes me is the part time understanding the players have of each other. For me JET didn't even bother turning up, El-Abd was all over the place leaving the opposition unmarked and hoofing the ball about as much as Fontaine. In fact we left the whole of their team completely unmarked with about 3 shots on target all game.
  2. Lots of passion for the club but as pointed out on here not good enough skill, I don't think he will.
  3. I hope so, as the forum suggests. OTIB!
  4. He does look like a guy who's done time doesn't he
  5. Seems like a hard ***, i can just see some tasty challenges now until then.
  6. three-and-a-half year contract at 29 years of age? things are going to get messy!
  7. I used to play/train with Weston U18's at college, i'm going through the 1st4sport Level 1 Award in Coaching Football (QCF).
  8. Football coaching under 9's and football manager
  9. It depends how the 4-3-3 is played as three strikers can be played if the 4-3-3 is aimed at passing through the middle, the strikers would have to link up with each other and obviously be fairly close in position to do that. The other option could be finding a forward like JET who can naturally play on the wing and cross the ball into the box and play an out wide 4-3-3, how many strikers have you seen can cross the ball and are pretty pacey. Joe Bryan and Wes Burns are the closest thing we have to developing wingers, although under SOD we did play JET on the wing and with a 4-
  10. I remember Cotterill saying at the fans Parliament meeting when he was at QPR he went over to france to see how they played. He spoke to the manager of Montpelier HSC who virtually played 4-3-3 all season and didn't use wingers. That might be an idea Cotterill is toying with, then you would need more strikers.
  11. He's a physical presence up front, and can score goals. 28 or even 29 years of age is fine for any striker on a 2 year contract, look how old Stead is even now.
  12. First things first, shake hands and make up with Cunningham, "I'm so sorry, the gaffer told me to get stuck in in the second half".
  13. I went to see Fulham V West Ham (as i was in Reading for new years anyway) and all i can say is what a match! i was shouting more at the players more than i do at City the fans thought i was a regular great ground and great fans i mixed with as well.
  14. "So then, what do you think of Nelson Mandela?" "He was some guy that got black south african's rights weren't he? innit...."
  15. Agreed there are a lot of gangs, just stay on the tour route and you can't go wrong. A girl i used to work with got held at gunpoint in Peru for money just by going 5 minutes off course. She was lucky that was all they wanted.
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