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  1. This is bloody brilliant -nice one @CodeRed, made my morning
  2. Great post Kid. The more I think of it the more I think everything points to Hughton. He’s worked in a similar structure and had success at a very similar club at Brighton and he knows this division inside out. We have a decent (if bloated) squad of players, great infrastructure and fantastic stadium so I can see why he’d be up for it. Style of play is a slight concern but if he takes us to the next level I think we’d all live with that.
  3. I wish LJ all the very best personally. He always had the best interests of this club at heart and I think he’s a good guy. He’s taken us as far as he can, and we never quite made it under him so it’s the right time. I just pray we get the replacement right now...
  4. I completely agree with this. With a couple of exceptions, LJ has actively made players worse this season. Afobe, Palmer, Dasilva, Kalas, Nagy, Massengo, Wells... all signed this season and all demonstrably worse now than when they joined. I remember when Wells signed debating with a mate how he’d fit in and what role he’d play. LJ tends to like one up front, who will work his backside off with zero service. Fam does ok in that role as did Afobe when he joined. Wells just never looked like that sort of of player so he was always going to struggle to fit in. Different type of player
  5. It was a typical Johnson interview after a defeat. The preparation was perfect, the staff gave the players everything they need and the players couldn’t execute, apparently. It’s so frustrating. We only had 2 defensive central midfield players in a squad of 20 and we ended up with square pegs in round holes all over the pitch, after having over 3 months to plan a line up. That’s just not good enough I’m afraid, and the responsibility for that starts and ends with Johnson. By the sound of what he said on the BBC, it appears that he’s fallen out with Nagy and Henrikson is off somewher
  6. It’s my first experience of the commentary and I agree they were way too generous. The co commentator added no value or insight at all.
  7. Mine has worked well. Overall production has been ok but the commentary is doing my head in. The co commentator sounds like a star struck work experience kid. Surely an ex or current player would be better.
  8. This thread has made my day I'm going for number 4.....
  9. I just didn’t know what on earth they were doing today. All they had to do was a roll call of names and let the players walk one by one to the centre circle to clap the fans. Not hard to organise. Herding them into a corner like that was so disrespectful.
  10. Bob Taylor for me. I was at exactly the right age when he was at his best and I worshipped him. Others in my top 5 would be Walsh, Tinnion, Murray and Shaun Taylor. Walsh was fantastic and I never knew how he didn’t play at a higher level. Tinnion was the best passer of a ball I’ve ever seen at AG and him and Murray were two more who could have graced a higher level, especially if they’d moved up as a pair. Shaun Taylor was an absolute warrior. I’ll never forget watching him trying to run off his career ending knee injury.... I’ve never seen anything like it! Honourable mention to Shaun G
  11. I’m not disagreeing about the quality of the football during the play off season v the quality of what we’re seeing now. We hung on in numerous games that season and were fortunate in a number of the games we won. I do think that season ‘felt’ different to this one though. We’d just come up, we were the crest of a wave and we were never out of the play off zone that season. In fact I remember a game v Stoke away late in the season that, had we won, would have put us in pole position for the automatic spots. Yes we were fortunate at times, and yes it wasn’t free flowing football a lot of t
  12. Yep I renewed my 3 on Monday and the other 10 people I go with all renewed too. The main reason I got ours was the social side of things. I like going with my mates and bumping into people I just wouldn’t see if it wasn’t for going to football. If we win and/or I actually enjoy the game it’s an added bonus.
  13. What makes you say that about Robins Kid? I guess it makes sense as he’s got close to being offered before and SL clearly likes him. But what makes you so confident it would be him?
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