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Chris_Brown last won the day on May 15 2015

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  1. I'm sure it is a time that most of us have tried to eliminate from our memories. He was on loan from Fulham in late 2012. Playing alongside much better footballers like Nyatanga, Foster and Morris. Subsequent career has been nothing much to speak of.
  2. Okay own up then... Who was this?
  3. Any evidence Maguire, Gray, Gayle or any of the others would have ever wanted to come here?
  4. A couple of years ago FC Dallas U15 team beat the USA National Women's team 5-2. I think there is a sizeable disparity between men's and women's football and you'd have to go quite far down to some really poor sides to find a men's side that would lose to a women's side. So yes, the fewers would probably lose.
  5. He's under contract until next summer. Don't think there's any need to panic. https://www.bcfc.co.uk/news/smith-joins-tranmere-rovers-on-loan/
  6. David Sharpe at Wigan is 28. Edit: think he may have left, actually.
  7. Age is no barrier to proving you need experience
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    As others have said, he is doing very well considering he is unsuited to the lone striker role. He needs someone to play alongside him. But not just that, whoever is playing up top with him needs to be instructed to stay close to him - that is where Diedhiou has been most successful for us.
  9. I don't think you can judge whether a player has truly been a success or a failure here until their time here is complete. Tinnion was much maligned in his first season or two here, for example.
  10. Chris_Brown

    What to do

    I too did the right thing on the day of my eldest sons birth and missed the 6-0 drubbing of Bolton. The night before my younger son was born we played away to Man City. His birth did not seem to be as lucky for City as his brothers. I guess I'll only have to buy one season ticket.
  11. Sure. They're not exactly comparable but my point is more that many on here had written Eliasson off and he has been rejuvenated in his second season here. The same may happen with Eisa, who knows? It just too early to suggest. He hasn't failed here just because he isn't integrated into the first team in his first year here.
  12. Weren't there similar threads this time last year about Eliasson not being given a chance?
  13. I agree with you. I think it's an unnecessary risk and there is no need to take that sort of risk. I'd imagine part of the (flawed) reasoning is that LJ has absolutely zero confidence in Marinovic and has only kept him around because we'd have to search for another keeper should MOL pick up an injury or suspension.
  14. @reddogkev I am not the OP, but the article he's quoted is from the Guardian. Here (Contains some racist and foul language)
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