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  1. We have a real problem holding the ball up front. Playing Diedhiou as a lone striker (with Weimann just behind) does not play to his strengths and I don’t think it suits Rodri either, judging from the Wigan game. (How we miss Afobe?) Without Diedhiou against Barnsley I guess that we’ll persist with Rodri with Semenyo and Szmodics as back up, but none of them are suited to the role either. I just wonder if it might be an idea to try Kasey Palmer up top. He’s strong and got a great first touch and is more than capable of holding the ball up until team mates get within reach. He has also got an e
  2. I published a list of our all time record against other teams in The Championship the other day and I thought that it might be interesting to compare it with our record against those that will make up the Premier League in 2019-20. I have listed below our average points haul in all the league matches we have ever played against each of these teams (whatever Divisions the side were in at the time) using 3 points for a win and 1 for a draw throughout. They are again shown in rank order, so our best home record is, quite amazingly, against Manchester City where we have averaged 2.45 points a
  3. Our previous record against other teams means nothing the next time we play them, or does it? We all speak about having a good record against some teams but all have in our minds those that always do well against us – our so called ‘bogey’ teams. Well, here are the facts to make of as you will. I have listed below our average points haul in all the league matches we have ever played against every Championship side for the coming season, (whatever Divisions the side were in at the time) using 3 points for a win and 1 for a draw throughout. They are shown in rank order, so our best home rec
  4. Here you go, Ska Junkie! I was there for Clive's goal. The picture is very faded now but my memory of the day remains very vivid. Let's hope we do see the day again!
  5. I don’t suppose I am alone, but I have decided not to renew my Season Ticket for the coming year. I live to the South of London and travelling to evening games is all but impossible for me, with cross London trains after a match meaning a return home well into the early hours. I have renewed each year so far by convincing myself that there are enough Saturday games per season to make a Season Ticket just about economical, but this season there will only have been 13 of the 23 home games played on a Saturday afternoon, with 3 others moved (1 to a Friday and 2 to a Sunday – and the latter have b
  6. Anyone else spotted that we'll have a gap of 18 days between our home game with Ipswich on 12th March and Sheffield United (away) on the 30th of next month? Millwall's continued involvement in the Cup means that the game with them due to take place on 16th March will have to be re-scheduled, and the weekend of the 23rd is an International Break. This could mean us playing just 4 matches in March and an eye-watering 8 in April. I am not sure that the Millwall game could be re-arranged mid week either side of the International break so that will probably have to happen in April. I hope the club
  7. Look at how many goals we are predicted to score - I think no more than one in any match and only 45 in 46 matches! I can believe lots of 1-0 matches but if this prediction is anywhere near correct we are in for a very boring rest of the season. All my instincts are that we'll finish nearer 18th than 10th.
  8. Anyone sure that the Sheff Wed game will be on the Red Button? It's the only Chamionship game on this Sunday - and there's no sign of it yet in the Planner?
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