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  1. Do you really think Massengo was signed to play for the U23's?
  2. Are you being serious regarding Fam? He was woeful!,probably in the top 5 of his poor performances. 1. Static 2. Zero energy 3. Could not trap a bag of cement He is simply not good enough for this level. The most annoying thing for me is his control, closely followed by his torally inabilitiy , or desire, to attack the ball in the box.
  3. He was magnificent today. He has a great future ahead of him.
  4. Hope all goes well for your son CR. And we win for him today!
  5. I agree. However, it could well happen in the next few years. Where would leave the EFL should that occur.
  6. ‘“ LJ’s limited management experience” - how ‘ limited’ is 300 games, in your opinion? He is young, yes, but inexperienced, absolutely not.
  7. Firstly, I hope Benik has a swift and full recovery, it must be devastating for the lad. But really Semanyo and Sammie? The first, whilst young, has shown he is not a ‘ natural’ finisher - that may come, but he is a young lad and needs a load of time. In my opinion Sammie, was a ‘punt’ he may well become another Eisa, he may not, but we are playing at an elite level now, like it or not, that is the truth, we expect top 6 and more importantly the owner does too. This injury is a huge blow for all concerned and we have to hope that we get to January in contention and bring someone in.
  8. I can't say as it would not get past the swear filter.......................
  9. I suspect that there will be a huge financial hit. No 'parent' club is going to hand back a percentage of the loan fee or pick up the players wages when he has been registered, albeit temporarily, to another club. There is absolutely no reason why they would do this.
  10. It is a HUGE jump. He is still young, despite the comments. His chance will come and when it does he HAS to take it. That is the level we are at now, he was a ‘punt’ only seen him at FGR but he does have something. Is it enough for the top end of the Championship? We will find out soon enough.
  11. Sadly, you are completely correct. Social Media has many good points but also many many bad ones. It has created some societal problems by allowing utter tools to say what they want to whoever they want with very little chance of prosecution. I hope the odious individual who posted is tracked down.
  12. This lad is a baller no question. He will become our first choice RB / RWB very quickly.
  13. Totally agree. Great watch, thanks for posting @BobBobSuperBob It looked to me that Gary Neville was still seeing Keane as his captain but would not be too negative about Fergie. Would never want Keane anywhere near our club but would like to see him back in football. I think, as he ages and matures, he may meet with some success.
  14. You can ‘reap the rewards’ if you spend sensibly and expect to get relegated, become a yo-yo club, THEN, establish yourself. You also have strong relegation clauses in players contracts - that may mean that some players won’t join but so be it. That it isn’t going to happen if you do a ‘Fulham’ or you have an Oyston like character in charge. If Huddersfield now have one of them they could be in trouble.
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