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  1. Our CEO is leaving. Our club secretary is leaving. Our Chairman is completely absent. Our manager has a couple of weeks left on his contract. 11? Players are OOC in a couple of weeks. The owner has spent 100 million+. We could still get relegated. I’ve stopped caring......laughing stock.
  2. Time for a debut? Only one way to find out if the potential is there.
  3. Derby v Sheffield Wed last game could be interesting.
  4. A quick google reveals While Premier League games are played in the eerie quiet of the near-empty stadiums with crowd noise added in by broadcasters – and provided by FIFA video game manufacturers EA – Championship clubs were given the option to pump crowd noise into their stadiums.
  5. True, it is played inside the ground, a truly horrendous decision presumably initiated by the EFL and or SKY. A complete and utter waste of time.
  6. I kept mine, not many did.
  7. Don’t know much about previous injury problems but how do we explain, without going over old ground not just the initial injuries suffered but the recurrence or new injuries suffered when players return. Off the top of my head, COD, Williams, Walsh, Baker have all returned to training only to suffer injury again, young Bell has suffered a hamstring injury I believe, having been training with the first team for a period, coincidence? An unbelievable run of ‘bad luck’ that must have very little to do with luck and a lot to do with rehab and training regimes.
  8. Best post I’ve read in a long time. It seems NP is playing down the hand he’s been dealt by talking about 3 to 4 windows to get the team he wants. I’m going to pray for him to get the Leicester back room team together and blow the league away next season.
  9. Hope you have inside info here Phants. I think Stowell is married to a Bristol girl from his time here. Neither will be cheap either.
  10. Cowshed you are clearly a student of the game and no doubt spend a great deal of time studying and or reading about football, so I would describe your passion for football different to mine, I want my team to entertain me, have shots at goal, and win if possible. A genuine question for you, are you ever bored watching a game or do you always find something to admire, even if it is something that probably reduces the enjoyment factor for fans like me?
  11. How much do you want? You’ll probably stay fitter for longer.
  12. The obsession with keeping the ball by passing to and fro across the pitch at the back drives me mad, as does getting to the opposition’s penalty area and then passing all the way back, sometimes as far as the keeper, to retain the ball. No doubt the ‘coaches’ on the forum will tell me that ball retention is all important, it may be to them but football at the top level is supposed to entertain the paying public isn’t it? It makes me laugh when I read about teams having such and such percentage possession as some kind of demonstration of how good they are. It means absolutel
  13. It doesn’t need to be perfect, but what is required is improvement to the ‘fairness’ of the situation, particularly where people are paying to watch. We all probably remember the change to the back pass rule, that resulted in less time wasting by teams, and was an improvement I believe. The authority’s can start with the kicking the ball away after a throw in or free kick is given, quite simply no one should touch the ball until the referee signals whose ball it is, the time wasted when a player quite deliberately kicks the ball would end immediately, a few yellow cards followed by
  14. Games will be played at the new training ground next season I believe. There is seating along one side, but not sure if ST holders will be allowed in (COVID permitting).
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