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sinenomine

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  1. Any excuse for another bash at Tommy Rowe. How did he hurt you so much?
  2. Whilst we all want to see flowing football, these young players also need to be taught that there is a time and a place to just lump it.
  3. Because it's otib, so obviously it's the worst possible outcome
  4. Would probably be nice for Martin to not have to play on his own up front.
  5. Have you closed your browser and gone back in again? Worked for me.
  6. Honestly don't get the obvious hate for him, it's not like he got us relegated - we were a solid championship side under him. Yeah, it's not the success we all wanted but it hardly warrants the abuse he gets (direct or implied) on here.
  7. The analysis on this BBC page paints slightly different picture than the situation would appear on the face of it BBC News - Graham Alexander: Salford City sack boss & put Paul Scholes in charge https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/54510150
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    Nagy

    Magnússon would be a good fit for this side under Holden.
  9. New rules are unnecessary. What is needed is the consistent enforcement of the current rules, particularly on: dissent, obstruction (especially near the goal-line), timewasting and kicking/picking up/moving the ball away after a free kick is awarded.
  10. I'm sure someone will correct me if I'm incorrect, but I think Nagy went on International duty with the clubs agreement and was being monitored by club physios? Why should he turn down international duty if everyone thinks he's okay to play? IIRC, it might have even been considered beneficial to us that he could gain match fitness with Hungary.
  11. Boxing day could ruin the festive season then
  12. Presumably we'd have to go 4 at the back or hit the short term signings market or both of we lose another central defender?
  13. I can't help but feel this is extremely harsh on a club that probably really could do with the income. But at the same time, I can't offer any viable alternative. I hope this does not lead to a reluctance to be anything less than vigilant against Covid. Does anybody know what the current rules are for clubs on testing/isolating/sharing results? How can AC Milan play, for example, after two positive tests but Orient can't? Is it just a numbers thing?
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