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sinenomine

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  1. If that's what he's done to the ref what did he do in the changing room? Shut the door rather loudly?
  2. I also don't get this obsession with "missing chances". All forwards will miss chances. Didn't Aubamayang hit the post from 3 yards last night, for example?
  3. Strikers with his (proven) record at this level don't come cheap. I'd make it a priority to keep him and if that means we have to increase his wages then I would do so within reason. Underestimated player.
  4. His contract probably includes a private healthcare benefit
  5. Aren't most of our injuries central midfielders or left footed defenders? Maybe we need to be looking closer at Tommy Rowe.
  6. I was under the impression that availability is the issue, due to batches undergoing testing and that testing not being particularly fast. I am happy to be corrected if I have got that wrong. https://www.google.com/amp/s/news.sky.com/story/amp/covid-19-almost-3-5-million-uk-vaccines-held-up-by-regulator-12180185
  7. For me, a hard no. Football clubs having vaccines will mean that people that really need them to avoid death will be pushed further down the queue. And that's before you mention any of the other things he raised. Money going back into the NHS? Like clubs would give the money they were using for testing to the NHS. Just can't see it. If testing is costing too much or football isn't competitive enough then it just needs to stop for a while.
  8. You can rate whoever you like, but there's a big difference between not rating a player and taking every single opportunity to criticise them.
  9. You've been critical of Rowe from the moment he arrived, advocating O'Dowda to play at WB instead of him. It isn't really a new thing you being critical of him.
  10. I don't think he played for anyone due to injury judging by the mention of football half way down the following article. https://www.nutraingredients.com/Article/2018/11/21/Rolling-in-dough-Healthy-bread-start-up-wins-TV-dragon-investment?utm_source=copyright&utm_medium=OnSite&utm_campaign=copyright
  11. He'd be my first choice midfielder, but I fully expect I'm in the minority there. Caveat: If I've ever seen Williams play I don't recall him.
  12. Agree with this. Think there a some very harsh ratings on the playing value. I also think that it's difficult to consider playing value without taking into account the fee paid. For example, I was happy enough with Maenpaa's contributions in the context of him being a free signing, but maybe wouldn't have been so satisfied if we'd paid a fee for him whereas I am particularly unhappy with Wells' contributions in the context of him costing us a fat wedge.
  13. Win/win. Lime pickle is delicious.
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