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Davefevs

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  1. They are very strong on the community stuff, they usually beat the kids easy
  2. Still long way to go, if he hasn’t started running yet. He’s about 3 months into his rehab, so bang on target...running 12-16 weeks in. But as a pro, he’s gonna get best rehab, and opportunity to do as much as he needs to, whereas I had to fit it in around work. Crucial stage, how his need responds to running and impact. Good luck Benik. You can’t help but admire him.
  3. Lee Johnson, done 4 years, but is half-sized, so makes 8 years. Hasn’t scored once.
  4. Be interested to know how much they are contributing to his quite substantial salary. If they are contributing 50% I’d be amazed, more like 25-30% I reckon.
  5. That’s the risk Coventry are taking by not moving now. They can’t afford him now though.
  6. Morrell. Different player to Walsh though. Morrell has shown different aspects of his game every time I’ve seen him, aspects that I think give him more chance of being a regular Championship midfielder. You’d have to play a specific way to get the best out of Walsh at Champ level, and I don’t think anyone will see enough upside to do that. Morrell can play multiple systems. Could you see Walsh playing for Wales (if he was Welsh) and making the impact like Morrell has? I think what Walsh can’t do off the ball will ultimately hold him back at the next level up. Hope he proves me wrong. Great, he’s doing so well at Cov. I do think people base a lot of their judgements of Walsh on 45 minutes v Stoke, when the whole side pummelled them second half (but couldn’t beat Butland). Was he lifted, or the lifter? He showed promise, but he’s had anonymous games / bits of games too.
  7. Davefevs

    Que?

    “Ah, Mr Ashton, welcome back, your usual suite?“
  8. Maybe. I don’t see it....but happy to admit, he’s the player that will come back and bite me on the arse.
  9. Yeah, absolutely, but it stuffed us with Bailey, and then Eros rushed back too.
  10. There is no “one year option” in his contract. As it stands, he will leave in the summer, if not before. This window is unlikely, unless Cov are gonna buy him. Unlikely, unless they go up. He won’t go on a free, unless we are stupid. We will offer him a 1 year deal on his current terms. He will turn it down. Clubs will then either take it to tribunal or come to agreement re fee for him. We will make a profit on him. This loan was his shop window, he’s done well, and increased his value. Agreed. Next season’s midfield will be Nagy, Massengo, Morrell, Brownhill (or his replacement). Smith - tbc, depends on his form for rest of season.
  11. They’re incredibly athletic, and none of them are Peter Crouch’s physique....it’s very physical.
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