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Davefevs

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  1. Great minds. Great minds too. Director at Oxford. Director at the EFL. Director of Tactical Change. Director of our City WFC. As the Seahorses sang “the list goes on”!
  2. For me BS3 Talk isn’t my demographic. But it’s still good in its own way.
  3. Agree with you and @Monkeh. Playing him left wing in a static, rigid shape is pointless....but if we are going more fluid then I’m more okay with it. The one thing we do need to do is the press the shit out out of Lewis Cook when he receives the ball facing his own goal. If ever there was a player to trigger the press on in that scenario it’s him. I’ve watched Bournemouth a fair bit, and although he’s a good player, he’s a liability if you put him under pressure. He always turns to his left onto his right foot, or clips first time out to the right side if he can’t take a touch.
  4. ...and Pearson called it 451. Bournemouth have a very different set up to Swansea. Will be interesting to see what Nige is finding out about his team.
  5. That was exactly the run I was referring to in my earlier post....ta.
  6. The plot, it thicketh. Could it be that Ashton has left already? Will be setting Companies House updates to on!
  7. Thanks. My view is that we have FFP headroom, but need to be mindful of it hanging around for a few years of FFP submissions. I see it as the EFL partly using it to make it a reset for their clubs. Reassessing / relaxing will send out the wrong message imho. As a good club financially (playing safely with FFP), I suspect SL is even more keen that MA doesn’t let the “gamblers” get away with it. Hence why he’d like a salary cap, or another way of levelling the playing field. Thats how I see it anyway.
  8. I know....as per usual, there are lots of inconsistencies in the world of refereeing. Would love to know whether Lino or Stroud gave it.
  9. Memories of him bringing the ball forward out of defence on that plastic pitch, doing a step over and gliding past his man. RIP Glenn.
  10. A common fan’s misunderstanding that the Lino needs to flag....when (as you say) he’s mic’d up to the ref.
  11. Guess we will lose him as a pundit, as you say a shame.
  12. It is indeed: 1st: 79/52 (66%) 2nd: 128/95 (74%) Total: 207/147 (71%) but you could you at it as we made 62% more passes in 2nd half and 82% more accurately. That’s some turnaround, although tough to be as bad!
  13. Got to say, I’ve always felt Woodman to be a tad on the small side and slight too. I suspect it was a case of KP whipping it into that area and seeing what happened. As you say the clever thing is not allowing a ref like Stroud the opportunity to give them a free-kick.
  14. Mr Pops says “hold my beer”!!! I might track injuries next year, but a lot depends on info you get.
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