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  1. Agree with this, when Sheff Wed started to get into the second half a bit we took Martin off and bought Semenyo on, fresh quick legs to change the dynamic. Then bought Diedhou on later, helps out defensively but also puts a shift in up front. Too many times have I seen a City manager bring on a Defender or Defensive Mid, all of a sudden inviting pressure. 1-0 up, have faith in the defence that has kept them quiet and keep it fresh up front to nick the killer goal as we did.
  2. These 2 and Bakinson looked solid today. A real difference from previous seasons (Webster aside) they can quickly turn defence to attack by simply carrying it passed players for 15-20 yards and playing a forward pass. Sounds simple but the difference it made today to just put us back on the front foot second half was massive. Bakinson has such long legs the opposition struggle to pass it around him, to think these 3 should only get better is a real promise for us.
  3. With the possibility of football returning with no away fans it could be a struggle next season for the blue few financially No crowd boosters with games against Sunderland, Plymouth, Swindon, Ipswich, Portsmouth they could struggle to turn the lights on at the end of the season with only 5k people turning up for a home game
  4. That’s where I’ve been going wrong! I can’t tell you the amount of poor reviews I’ve got for telling people their uncle jimmy, no Jonny, no Steve, maybe Paul but not ruling out Peter is trying to make contact with them. All they wanted was legal help when buying a house
  5. I would go for Yellow in the game, reviewed after by the match officials, If it’s a dive, yellow turns to red and a 3 match ban with a hefty fine. As you say the margin for error by refs is larger than any other decision they have to make. It will soon stop! Especially players diving and feigning injury, conveniently in stoppage time when their a goal to the good
  6. I dunno, 4x JPT winners, don’t like to brag but that’s kind of a big deal!! Especially when the big boys Yank mentioned haven’t won it once!
  7. The long and short of it would be, Lee came in, managed to turn the club around in its philosophies and earn a great deal of money for the club. Buying cheap selling high. Also raised the profile of the club tenfold with League Cup run and made us a Club recognisable in this division. We were a Rotherham, Burton type club less than 10 years ago. Now each season pundits and other teams fans see us as promotion candidates. Things had gone stale though and you could see that in player performances. He couldn’t achieve the last goal of getting us over the line.
  8. To make it fair they shouldn’t be deducted points, or Wigan for that matter. Instead we should just be given 9 points for the games we didn’t win against them. Only us though, no other teams. That’s fair
  9. Only ones I would be interested in is Kipre the CB and Anthony Robinson at LB No one else really springs to mind
  10. Hughton or Van Bommel. Hughton would show our intent to our current players and the rest of the league. Van Bommel will be a breath of fresh air with completely new tactics and philosophies. Will back anyone except Pulis and Holloway
  11. Just look at Sheff Utd and Chris Wilder, all it takes a great man manager to turn an average team. Basham, Baldock, Stevens, Fleck, Clarke, Sharp were hardly stars until he came along and gave them an identity and belief. Having a top manager is better than signing one top player imo
  12. Hmm, seems to have done well this season assists wise. One of those players where you know what he’s going to do but defenders most of the time can’t stop it happening. If we appointed a manager that shows our intent next season I can see Eliasson being an integral part. Same as Palmer and Paterson, feel they just need to be released and able to play free flowing football. The midfield behind them in Smith and Nagy slow the play down too much and stop that from happening, when they do get the ball they are surrounded by defenders and their job just became 10x harder. The
  13. Depends on Ashtons role essentially, if Hughton was able to say what players he wants but left the dealing with it to Ashton it could work. Providing it didn’t get ‘couldn’t afford him’ ‘wages were stumbling block’ like Cotterill. We have the foundations of a very good team, a lot of other teams in the championship would want Wells, Palmer, Diedhou, Paterson, Dasilva, Eliasson and Kalas in their team. He has effectively got the same mould of team that got Brighton promoted, just missing Defensive Midfielder/s The time to change is now, especially as there won’t be a 2 mon
  14. Has to go and get Chris Hughton in. Knows how to get a team out of this league with youth and experience so we should suit him players would also want to play for him whereas LJ doesn’t have that pull
  15. Get better soon pal! Keep on fighting it and maybe, just maybe, he’ll make the move to Burnley
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