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  1. Taylor Moore is the better player out of the two for me. He's a player I feel has the potential of the premiership, whereas I feel Zak is near his capability and see less room for improvement. Both were imense today and long may it continue.
  2. Forest are very intersting. On paper a very good squad and their fans were raving on about Lambouchi before the Covid-19 break last season. Now it wouldn't surprise me if he's the first manager sacked... it will either be him or Cocu for the first manager gone. I think they will be top 10, I really cant see them challenging this year. I think they had a good run of form last year which masked over a lot of their underlying problems.
  3. For me an astute signing who has hit a good vein of form. He seems limited at this level but contributed well in general in that lwb role. Dasilva is ahead of him for me, but he seems to start seasons fairly well! I remember that goal early last season against Birmingham which was very well taken!
  4. I feel Stoke are a very hard one to predict, on one hand I feel as though they could compete with top six, but then again I can also imagine them being just above relegation. I'll reserve too much judgment on them until later
  5. Fair enough, if you decided to read the post that was summarised. This was more of a post to see where you think they will finish based on a small sample size?
  6. Okay so this is based on obviously an extremely small sample size, but what do we make of the opposition we have played so far? Coventry (H) Promoted last season, with a very solid record for league one's sakes. Probably had the better of the play against us (especially first half) but we managed to grind out a performance regardless of being at our best. This was obviously our first game so there were a lot of unknown quantities so personally I believe this could be a very good result against a team who will finish mid table. Stoke (A) For me this was the game that initiated the hop
  7. Does anyone have any advice for parking tomorrow? I’ve seen on their website that it advises people to get to the ground through other transport, however I was wondering if anyone has any tips regardless.
  8. Definitely take 6th. Progression
  9. I’d like to put a shout out for him today - I thought he was the best player on the pitch and showed his quality. at times I felt sorry for him, he’s beat 1/2 men and then had no options to pass to. Nearly every touch he had he was either turning a man or playing something creative, yet the lack of forward runners was to his detriment. I seen a side to him today which I didn’t think he had. If he did (rarely) lose the ball, he chased it down and hassled and hurried the opposition to win it back quickly and played with a high tempo to his game throughout. Games like today show wh
  10. What’s everyone’s thoughts on how we will line up for the majority of our season? Massengo will surely play a big role with the price tag and expectation on him. Pereira and Nagy will surely have the expectation of being permanent fixtures in the team, although it may take a few weeks to involve them. Afobe I’m not too sure if he’ll be our main striker/ rotation / partner for Diédhiou? At a guess I’d imagine we’d play a 4-3-3 something along the lines of GK - Bentley RB - Pereira CB - Kalas CB - Moore LB - Dasilva CDM -
  11. Personally for pack I’d take 2-4million. Limited player who’s contributed well over the years. wont hold anything against him for going to Cardiff.
  12. Is there any rumoured figures on how much they may have paid if they have? What would everyone accept as a good deal? He’s getting older now and with our transfer policy it probably makes sense to sell if the money is right.
  13. If this is true I’m not sure how I feel about this. I remember in league one he looked an outstanding talent, and repeated that form into the championship. However he’s had a poor spell since joining Bournemouth and then Stoke. Ive always seen him as a powerful striker who was clinical (although my views about being clinical has been reserved after the last couple of seasons). I’m welcoming of his signing, if it’s true, and will reserve my judgement on him as I think he’s a bit of a wildcard - I know I’m sitting on the fence!
  14. With all due respect, I don’t necessarily agree with this statement. Yes, every team wants to keep their players, but a team progresses by investing well and making that team work with what they have at their disposal. If you are getting over the value that a player is worth (something that I believe we are with the current Webster, no matter how much I rate him) then you have to take it. I fully understand the market is very subjective and a player is worth want you want him to be, but you also have to be realistic. Footballs a game of progression and if you reinvest the mon
  15. I always thought the rules were if the ball was in play then the ref only has to stop it if it’s a head injury. but as you stated in your case, the ball went out of play, so the ref should of attended to the injury before allowing play to restart?
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