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Major Isewater

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  1. Sniffer dogs perhaps ? ( with permission to bite if they find one .)
  2. They don’t approve of flares in France either. I don’t know what they do to prevent them. I do now . The use of flares is against the law and punishable with a fine and 3 years in prison. In addition the French football authorities can fine , close down stands or grounds . However , this control is ineffective because of heavy handed policing creating conflict and panic in the stadium and when they knock on offender’s doors some time after the match and whisk the offenders away ( for a good kicking ) to be charged this engenders a lot more trouble with a ‘ them and us ‘ divide . The overriding sense is that the use of these flares is less dangerous than the problems that are magnified by the policing of them so that is why they appear more frequently in France.
  3. Who was your ‘ interview ‘ with then ? It seems like you are interviewing yourself .
  4. Are you asking and replying to your own questions ?
  5. The big disadvantage is that the CB carries the ball out leaving a gap that one of the midfielders has to fill to avoid leaving the team too open at the back . Opposition teams closed down Webster high up the pitch towards the end of last season and he was much less affective. I actually don’t think that it’s a bad thing that he’s gone because now we are less predictable in our game. What I don’t want to witness ever again is Kalas and Baker hoofing the ball up the field more in hope than purpose. All players at this level should be comfortable on the ball , able to receive and recycle it quickly and accurately.
  6. What I remember most about this match apart from the imperial Joe Jordan coming on as sub and running the show was the very, very late arrival of most of their supporters. I naively thought that there weren’t many there considering the importance of the match and then two minutes before kick off the ground turned red and very noisy. Proper club the Blades and top support.
  7. I am really not bothered if our centre backs play like midfielders . I want them to defend then give the ball to the more creative players .
  8. That’s a 1300 GT if I’m not mistaken.
  9. I think Taylor is a good player who has never had a decent run of games in the first team to get up to speed. He is , perhaps, not as mobile as Weimann but is intelligent and gets into good positions. I think he would be good for twenty goals ( assists included ) if he goes to a club where he starts regularly.
  10. If you mess with our Bakes , he will give you the shakes, that’s our Nathan. or Take on our Bake’s it’s your leg he breaks that’s our Nathan .
  11. My only worry with KP is that we coach all the creative goodness out of him to have this perfect ‘ footballer ‘ who does everything.
  12. I am a fan of Jack Hunt but admit he had a bit of a ‘ mare ‘ yesterday. I can forgive the cross field balls that he failed to control as the sun appeared to be in his eyes , he wasn’t the only one who got caught out with that but his crossing wasn’t good . He was , however, showing for the ball and created trouble for the R’s defence.
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