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  1. sludge

    Sack Him.

    A good start would be seeing some evidence that we want to play a certain way, and that we have a plan to recruit players that will fit that way of playing.
  2. sludge

    Sack Him.

    Exactly. It will just be a case of same meat, different gravy. Just like when we sacked Johnson.
  3. Not being funny/having a go at you, but does anyone really still believe a word that Ashton or lansdown tell us?!
  4. Don’t tempt fate. Norwich away next game
  5. Depends what you mean by big. Think you’ll find their average attendance over the last 20 years or so has regularly been 25K - 30K.
  6. Think the chances of ever seeing Mawson and Baker on the same pitch wearing red at the same time are remote at best
  7. Says it all. What really makes me angry is that this has been a weakness of ours for years and years, and nobody at the club seems capable of dealing with it. The problem starts with recruitment - we simply never buy physical players (except maybe Nathan 'made of glass' Baker
  8. Interesting point and I agree that when space is limited we are in need of something extra. However I think it could be argued that away at places like Cardiff we have not actually competed that well physically (despite managing to get results) and have been under the cosh for large periods of those type of games. The difference being that the home team have generally engaged us higher up the pitch - leaving more space in behind - which we manage to exploit fairly successfully away from home. At AG we're just not getting that space in behind, and our lack of pace and creativity does
  9. Not really the point I was making
  10. Not if the team as a whole is still not functioning properly and getting embarrassed like we did tonight.
  11. I’m not convinced that a creative player is gonna stop us getting beat at home by the likes of Millwall Birmingham and Preston every season. Those teams just consistently stop us from playing full stop. Think we need some athletes who can mix it up physically as well as play a bit.
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