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  1. I guess so! They were doing some reasonably intense movement drills, passing the ball etc I got the impression Williams was further behind than the other two as he seemed to join later and be working on his own.
  2. Injured players were easy as they were on the side right by the path. Walsh and Sessegnon ran by about 20 yards away, could see the number 43 on his shorts really clearly. Keepers were also over the same side, could even see Bentley had had a very fresh hair trim
  3. I was thinking about that, he could have a field day. It’s very easy to access and you can get perfect views of everything.
  4. I reckon it’s more to do with the fact that they’ve had so many ups and downs they don’t want to tell the fans they’ll be returning soon only for them to get set back again.
  5. The main squad were training on the other side of the field and there was quite a few so hard to make out too many players specifically (apart from Han Noah obvs). Assuming Mawson was with them. Injured players were on the near side, so was easy to make out who was who.
  6. I went for a walk today at Ashton Plantation which happens to have a path that walks right next to the failand training ground. Watched the boys train for a bit and had a couple of observations about our injured players. - Walsh and Sessegnon were together doing laps and then light ball work, and movement - Williams was working on his own doing some passing and movement drills. All seemed to be moving pretty well and seemed in decent spirits. I haven’t really kept up on what has been said by Holden re injuries, so don’t know if any of this is new or useful news, bu
  7. That’s where Brentford do miss Bentley. The king of 1v1
  8. Not sure about that. Have noticed it for a while - not too bad once up and going (although sometimes he doesn’t look like he’s trying when tracking back), but his acceleration is awful.
  9. Love Tyreeq but I think he somehow might be even slower than Marlon Pack
  10. Rotherham put a lot of energy into the first 45. Wondering/hoping they tire in the second half.
  11. Agree, it’s all good and well our coaches trying to get the ball to throw it back in quick and get the tempo going but actually we need to slow it down a bit show some composure. We’re getting sucked into their kick and rush chaos approach.
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