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  1. I was expecting big things with Nicky Hunt. To say things didn't quite work out is an understatement to say the least !
  2. Another way of looking at it is... He has 2years+1year contract left, and we're being offered £3million. Basically, worst case scenario, if we keep him, it's costing us £1million per season to have a player of his ability. If he continues in a similar vein of form next season, he's probably still going to be worth £3million this time next year with 2 years contract left, so we're still in credit. Whereas if he blossoms, we've had a season of great performances, and his value would've rocketed also. The flip side to this, is that he completely becomes useless and there
  3. A draw and a Rotherham win would be very nice. Send Derby down on goal difference!
  4. I'll agree, Max Oleary isn't as good as Bentley. I still maintain if we cash in Bents for 5 or 6 million, we can either get an out of contract keeper who's better than Oleary or pay 1 or 2million for a very good keeper from lower leagues.
  5. I rated Niki Mäenpää just as good, if not better (in some cases) than Bentley, and he was a free transfer. To be honest, I voted Bentley as player of the year, but if we had a cash him in to strengthen other areas I would.
  6. If this is the way to generate funds to pay for incoming players, then so be it.
  7. Had a touch of Jack Grealish about it.
  8. Can they make it 40 days black out instead please? I'm quite looking forward to not being bombarded with the same news article via multiple media feeds every day. I would suspect that because the public cannot comment on the official website or the official app, then City should still be able to pass news on if they wanted.
  9. I suppose given where they're stood, they're deliberately trying to block the ball with any legal part of their body.
  10. I thought the touch that caused the ball to fall to Conway came off a Luton player.
  11. Considering the players we played in the first half yesterday vs Luton, the dominance and chances we created, I'd say that Pearson can get a reasonable team out there. Of course, that 1st side wouldn't be goo enough for promotion, but they'd be an average mid table side. The challenge is for NP to bring in 3 or 4 players who will get rid of that soft underbelly that we have, and allow us to hold onto winning leads. If we can do that, then we may be able to finish top half of the table. The step after then, is to bring in players over subsequent transfer windows to increase out abilit
  12. Given a point in time, surely we're one promotion ahead of relegations if we're in the Championship and vice versa if we're in league 1?
  13. I'd be intrigued to see our stats from last season and the season before because as others have said, it seems to have been progressingly getting worse year or year.
  14. Maybe, and this pure speculation, the delay is because SL is negotiating with a new CEO ie. Steve Walsh, and wants to get that position sorted ASAP but needs to remain quiet if he's interviewing someone already in that type of position but with a different company?
  15. I'm just trying to think of a way where the top two divisions of football can have proper terracing again. I don't think joining the EFL would work as the club's would still come under the FA. Terracing is still allowed in the lower leagues, and in other sports such as rugby, so my thinking is to remove the football clubs from the barriers that are preventing the top teams having terracing ie. The FA. I might have it wrong, and it could be the law that says the top two divisions can't have terracing in football. In which case, create a new association and call it kickball/toeball/low
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