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  1. Think the issue is that Wright was injured a fair amount last season after the virus(?) he picked up on international duty. Think he came baxk and almost immediately had 2 differing injuries, then the knock in pre season. Think its more a case of a few still not being match fit. We didnt get many competitive minutes in during pre season in general. A game in Florida in 30 minute periods against a team formed in 2018 doesnt count.
  2. To be honest, I wonder if LJ wants to see if Vyner can make it at RB, as we've now signed Kalas. Give hima year in the SPL and then drop Hunt perhaps?
  3. I really question playing two players, who - before Leeds, in LJ's own words, "hadn't trained for 'X' amount of days"? Where is the logic in starting the two of them if they're not match fit? Genuinely stupid. Should of Stuck with Taylor Moore in Wrights positions, and played Eliasson instead of Weimann. Its not difficult.
  4. Not well. When the **** did this happen! (if you can spot it)
  5. Nell, pretry sure if Stoke fans could, they'd sell the majority of that squad. Toxic Culture at Stoke and Jones has one hell of a job on his hands.
  6. Don't get me wrong Nibor, primarily a striker, but with Afobe, Deidhiou, and Weimann, he's more likely - imo - to get game time in front of Callum.
  7. Played wide with Newport faily often, which is why his Goal return on paper was not fantastic. Think it was specifically Leicester in the cup that he played wide left, and switched flanks with Robbie Wilmott? - Who went onto get the assist for the Jamille Matt goal, peach of a cross - Wilmott that is. Semenyo was against Simpson (?) feel free to correct me, and ended that man's career so badly he got released. Edit - found the quote regardin Keown; "In front of the BBC cameras, Newport's Antoine Semenyo showed he is a star in the making,” wrote Keown in his Daily Mail column. “The forward impressed me with everything he did against Leicester. “He took on a Premier League-winning right-back in Danny Simpson and gave him a torrid time. Such were the problems Semenyo caused him that Claude Puel took him off after an hour."
  8. Would prefer Semenyo to O'Dowda simply due to the fact he's liekly to be here longer, and being blunt is more physical. Nagy would be defensive alongside him to help out in that regard. Swap Brownhill in perhaps to slowly introduce Massengo to the Championship. As other mention, Nagy is more defensive than Massengo imo, but both give us a platform with Noah acting more as a DLP. Semenyo and Eliasson can both tuck inside on their stronger feet, meaning DaSilva and Perreira have room to overlap to create an overload on either side. Can only wait and see, it's LJ after all.
  9. Fuber

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    More I think about, the more Id prefer sticking with Antoine. Get the money done on a Webster placement and sell Bailey imho.
  10. To an extent BS3. It was likely tactical and I didnt mean to insinuate it was just Hunt at fault. However - DaSilva generally hugged the touchline for more of the game, and Hunt was very slow at closing his man. I think the issue is that Jack (in my opinion) is not good enough defensively and isnt great at closing his man consistently. Which is a caveat of most CH fullbacks, hence why we've then used Cisse's Portugal connections and looked abroad in this case. Can use Hunt for games where we expect to be nore attacking, and Pereirra for more closely contested fixtures.
  11. Fuber

    SEMENYO

    Depends Robbered. I remember people being annoyed we never gave Robinson a chance on loan who then went onto join Preston. We (also) didnt give Bolasie enough oppurtunities. Both were immeasurably improved and grew as players after leaving us and getting a fair oppurtunity elsewhere. Coaches don't always know best. They're human. But thats no reason to not at least give players, with potential, and oppurtunity.
  12. Stretched the play on our right hand side numerous times as Hunt was tucking in way too far.
  13. Fuber

    SEMENYO

    As long as Semenyo is more mobile than Diedhiou and willing to put in a shift, I'd rather him than Nketiah. Develop one of our own to solve the need rather than rely on another club's player for a season aka Tammy. Just delays what is a very prominent issue.
  14. Watkins can have mutual termination so he can get a club, he's watsing time staying imho. I'd reckon Wright, Taylor, Paterson, wonder whether Vyner may go permanent. Then Loans for; Adelakun, Janneh, Bakinson, Walsh, and Wollacott. Review when they return, recall clause for Walsh (in Jan) if needed.
  15. Ah, that'll teach me to actually read through the thread in its entirety. Thought I'd lost the plot for a second. Very similar to Freeman really. I think the key difference is Luke actually had a bit more presence about him and a better work ethic (at least tracking his runners and getting back to help the defence).
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