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  1. I didn’t explain myself very well - I meant support in terms of being given the time and public backing LJ received rather than throwing money at him. Clearly finances play a part and it’s understandable we need to be more prudent in the current climate. I believe if Hughton was given 3/4 years and the backing to build a team in his identity it could have been exciting especially with his ability to potentially attract higher calibre players and to work with the very promising squad we already have. Given Hughton’s success at this level I think he should be entitled to expect a cer
  2. Yep me, I think he’d do far better with us than with Forest if he was given the same support and backing that LJ received. Very much felt like the final piece or the jigsaw in my opinion and a chance missed. I’m more than happy to be proved wrong though and have been pleasantly surprised by our start under Holden but far too early to judge at this stage.
  3. Excellent second half, plenty of energy and always looking for the ball, shielding the defence, tracking runners. Lovely stuff and credit to him for how he’s returned so well to the side after the long period out
  4. I fear you may be right, have a feeling we are gonna ship a few tonight
  5. Ben Whitfield looks good for Torquay
  6. City v Rovers third round behind closed doors now that would be...interesting
  7. It’s important to consider what he may be offering off the pitch too, I’m sure the likes of Bakinson, Massengo, Semenyo will learn a lot from working with an experienced pro with lots of premier league and international experience. If Massengo had come on last night and run around like a headless chicken and given away a penalty people would be criticising Holden for not bringing Brunt on! It’s a long season and I’m sure we will see his value as it progresses and his fitness improves. I think he will rarely get more than 20 mins here and there when our injuries clear up but those 20 min
  8. Enjoying our football going forward and with the ball. Defensively not so much! Kalas appears to be struggling to deal with Moore. Nagy looks good in that defensive midfield role
  9. Disappointed he didn’t come on with 30 mins left. We were crying out for some composure and experience in midfield tonight and with his passing and delivery from set pieces think he could have been key rather than swapping the strikers over.
  10. I’ve not seen much of Morrell before, not touched the ball much but got a good couple of points under his belt. Incidentally I recently saw former City legend Neil Kilkenny on the tv for Perth Glory. They were playing Wellington Phoenix who had the safest pair of hands in world football in goal - Marinovic. Shameful these 2 were allowed to leave!
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