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  1. In the squad for the weekend I think is what he said
  2. I can’t help thinking that until stadium’s reopen to more than 25% capacity the challenge is to stay up firstly and to push for promotion secondly. The need to entertain I think is a distant third and therefore the approach to matches might be to win ugly until there’s crowds to please. The approach will massively influence who we keep and who we bring in, but it might be we bring in a team for the season and less of a succession plan
  3. To be fair...pandemic, lockdown, money...I don’t blame him
  4. Best wishes to Mrs Crackers and to you...puts things into perspective and on a selfish note cheered me up. Here’s to a speedy recovery and all the best for the future...give her a hug if you’re allowed
  5. And they’re gonna do it for nothing
  6. Lampard on his way, Wallies Chelsea connection paying off, John Terry as his assistant and Tammy Abraham signing in the summer
  7. And I predict a home tie to Arsenal...in the year I can’t go
  8. Why the f does the BBC have a Scottish presenter? It’s nothing to do with them
  9. Just wanna drop “COME ON SWINDLE” into the conversation.
  10. https://www.stokesentinel.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/sky-sports-red-button-championship-4663420
  11. the 2 televised games kuck off at 7:45 but the other matches start at 7:00 so I guess that has made red button tricky
  12. Superb, congratulations to all but especially Mr Landsdown
  13. I think the location thing can also be a good thing for us. I think players willing to move away from home And out of their comfort zones to further their careers Will be more mature than those who stay locally. My opinion isn’t based on a vast survey, just on my cousins son who played from 7 for his hometown club, resisted going out on loan repeatedly and finally was ‘encouraged’ to go to Yeovil and a London club. He liked Yeovil but absolutely hated the London club, but I think it was the making of him, he went back, won a place and played in the championship for a couple of seasons befor
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