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  1. Are you really saying Josh lacks bravery? I'm sorry but I don't think we are talking about the same players here. If his movement off the ball is so poor, that would show in the copious amounts of data we have, yet he is still one of the 1st on the team sheet! We are not privy to the instructions he is being given.
  2. Tbh his old man was also very good to listen to. Not sure you would have listened to any of his tho.
  3. Hence why he is playing in the Championship and not the Champions League!
  4. He won't be here next season. He is a special talent that we have to cherish and enjoy for the season he is here.
  5. He kicked him in the nuts, off the ball (I can't be assed to rephrase that) that's a red all day long.
  6. What ******* idiot threw a flare almost onto the pitch.
  7. I don't think being GJs son helped but I think if LJ was playing in today's modern game he would be much more appreciated. Still to this day I am convinced that had LJ of not got injured we would have gone upto the prem automatically. I'm sure LJ said over the summer he wanted to bring in a similar type of player as he was? And it seems we have got just that with the added extras of Nagys defensive abilities.
  8. I understand what your saying, but I do think Yesterdays game was exactly where we would miss him and his experience and influence, one nil down away from home. Personally, against Leeds, he was shite. I think if you want to be a mid table/ top 6/10 side then he's a reliable player to have, like Cole Skuse he will give you a 7 each game. But if you want to push to the next level then he isn't your man as he will rarely get above a 7.
  9. Wasn't yesterday one of those games? Although Pack had some qualities, your forgetting to mention the ndgitives.
  10. One simple question, did we miss him yesterday? In my mind it's a resounding no. I never had any moments where I thought damn I wish we had Pack still.
  11. But don't most players that play in his position also do the same? Go missing and then suddenly create a moment of magic? In fact I was pleasantly surprised by his work rate and his fitness levels. I didn't see the 1st half but in the second half I saw him tracking back and attempting to win the ball many times, being successful at it a few times too.
  12. Wow what an incredible pass rate, away from home too! It was genuinely a joy to watch him play today, he played like that without knowing our patterns of play etc, although on today's performance maybe we should keep him away from those meetings
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