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  1. Many chastised LJ for focussing too much on what the opposition can do and not necessarily allowing his own team to express themselves. Holden himself, at a recent press conference, alluded to a desire to remove any shackles to that effect and let the team play. Yet here we are seemingly all in agreement that the key to winning this game is disrupting Wednesday's key man. Football is a funny, fickle beast isn't it? Anyway, Bannan is again the danger man, but does Holden have a plan? If that plan is Pato and Weimann then I suspect today might go down the pan.
  2. Sh*t happens! It put it down to frustration momentarily eclipsing perception and reason. It was pretty laughable defending to be fair.
  3. That honestly baffles me. Then again I did read posts berating Moore for going to ground for Villa's first goal. Obviously telling him apart from Rowe is a struggle for some.
  4. Kykoliko


    To be fair, this wasn't exactly our first team. There's even an argument than this was closer to our third team considering 7 potentially first-team players are currently out with injury.
  5. Moore is vastly superior to Vyner - I really can't see how anyone can view it otherwise! Having said that, they play a pretty different game, particularly on the ball. Moore has obviously been tasked with bringing the ball out of defence and has been largely successful. He did struggle a bit last night but that is to be expected against a Prem team that presses tightly in midfield. Defensively speaking, he is solid. He reads the game well, he is a quick and does well to interrupt passes before they become a problem. Vyner on the other hand has a preference for the Alexander-Arno
  6. If you have a PS4 then you must have an HDMI cable. Does your laptop have an HDMI port? Most Windows ones do. Plug that into your laptop and problem solved.
  7. Having someone constantly constructively challenge you is a fantastic development tool. It forces you to rationalise your decisions and makes it very clear when you're talking shit. If ever you find yourself saying "just because", you know you've messed up. I will only ever work with people that challenge me and I will always try to challenge those around me. We're all a damn sight better for it, too.
  8. Mark my words, the first home game of the season will see us with a completely empty stadium.
  9. He's bad at it and he's not good at it? Poor guy
  10. Being a dick isn't really dependent on the age of the person you're talking to.
  11. How welcoming of you
  12. This must not be happening. It fell to the 2nd page!
  13. What on earth did I just read? Have a word with yourself and maybe a glass of milk to calm down.
  14. Sorry but what reports are there that he was surprised and/or distraught? The only thing I have seen is that spoof Mark Ashton thread.
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