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  1. Yes, I’m happy with how it turned out. I’ve never seen Nkethiah play and know little about him. Might have been brilliant for us, but inexperienced and a bit of an unknown quantity. So far Afobe has really impressed me and is a proven Championship striker, which is what we’ve been crying out for.
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    Ian Wright

    I really like Ian Wright - always passionate and speaks from the heart. Seems like a decent guy too.
  3. After his poor performance against QPR it’s good to see him bounce back with crucial contributions in our two away wins.
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    What a fantastic finish for Afobe’s second goal.
  5. The abuse Cureton got stands out in my mind. It always seemed to affect him and I’m sure I remember the Evening Post reported that his family watched one game when he played us at AG and were offended by the chants. What did he expect?
  6. Difficult to choose just one. The exciting thing about this summer is that we have signed real quality. We already know what Kalas, Dasilva and Palmer are capable of, and Nagy and Massengo seem like exciting talents. I’m optimistic we’re going to have a good season.
  7. Agree. I quite liked him when he was here, but he’s acted like an absolute dick when he’s played against us since he left.
  8. Another one that’s not a player, but I remember good old Roger Malone getting plenty of stick when he was spotted in the TV gantry at the top of the old Grandstand/Williams Stand.
  9. Well, that proves it then. I suppose common sense would suggest anyway that we have nothing better to do on Saturday than fork out whatever they charge to visit their “stadium” for a game just to cheer on one of our players on loan to their opposition.
  10. Hope you enjoy the sights and wonderful climate in the North East.
  11. I agree about the 2nd half - we did sit back and invite pressure and didn’t retain possession for long enough. It made for an tense, uncomfortable last 30 mins or so and is a risky tactic. We defended admirably, but had they scored 10 mins earlier we might have been in trouble.
  12. Yes, he has been pretty impressive so far. He’s strong and holds the ball up well but is also mobile. He combined well with Weimann last night - really good movement from both of them.
  13. Moore played like a seasoned pro last night and his reaction after the final whistle showed how much the win meant to him. Prior to this season I’d not seen him play before, and I feared he would be one of those signings of young players that wouldn’t work out. It’s still early days but he looks very promising.
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