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  1. You are so right, and they could pass the ball to their own team mates, which is something England teams find very difficult to achieve.
  2. Yes, but is a condition of football league grounds?
  3. What legal right do they have to question anyone about what they are using their mobile phone for. What do the police think about this
  4. rogerf

    Fammy

    Olé, you are spot with everything you say. His hold up play and control does let him down a bit but he always work hard and is never going to be a lone striker, to get the best out of him he needs others to play along side of him, that's when he finds the space to do the damage and create things for himself and others. He has been asked to play a role all season for which he is not suited, please can all the negative remarks stop. The fact that players sometimes perform badly is not always their fault, sometimes it is because of the role they are being asked to play for the benefit of the team and this is the case with Fammy. I hope he gets a bit more support from now on so he can show us what his real game is like.
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    Coventry again

    The owner of the club owns the ground and ever company associated with it.
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