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  1. Weird how a lad playing for Lincoln City would be playing alongside Ramsey and or Bale.
  2. Elruliri


    I just wish LJ would play him on the left more, he could become a Walsh-Smith love child. He has one hell of cross. I hate seeing him keep cutting in on the right.
  3. Very sad news, one of the earliest players I can remember watching as a kid. RIP Jon.
  4. The lad is class, best midfielder we've ever had. I'm about 3 years late to see Sir Gerry Gow. This kid is quality.
  5. Bony has got to be worth a look in the same way we signed Williams, who I thought was superb yesterday.
  6. I was all for Ashton Vale at the time, my late Grandad wanted to stay at the gate. When I look at it now I could never of imagined it would of looked like this back in 1982. The ground looks awesome. I still feel there is room for improvement with the Ateyeo stand.
  7. I still live in hope that a club that is 125 years old doesn't get hung up to dry by the efl. I hope they can find their way back.
  8. That's just go 442 and bamboozle teams with this system from yesteryear. Warnock could be a problem though being around since dinosaurs.
  9. There must be some ageing pro who can do a job for six months, I remember Big Joe signing some bloke who couldn't get a club. John Bailey wasn't so bad.
  10. Taylor Moore was the one positive for me last weekend and also showed some good touches against Palace. The one problem is hes right footed playing on the left side. I can see a player in there and as others have said, he's bulked out abit. I hope the kid makes it but he needs games to gain experience.
  11. To slow for a high pressing game and always looking for the Hollywood ball. Last season against Leeds I thought his legs had gone, far too slow. And Sunday he was the same. At 28 it's a good time to get rid of. Good servant for the club and great in our promotion season but we need better.
  12. Definitely a tib and fib, I did the same 6 years ago playing football with the kids on holiday. Heard a snap like a branch breaking and my ankle was in the wrong direction. It ended up being a spiral fracture. Ended up with 6 breaks in leg and ankle and a rod through my knee cap for my leg. Boy it smarted abit. Although being 46 years old now, I'm fit enough to play for the rovers.
  13. I've always been fond of Bolton due to the fact we always seemed to beat them in the 80's. And of course that day at at Wembley in 1986. Perhaps we could help them out with some of our fringe players, it would definitely harden them up with a backs against the wall sort of attitude. It made men of Newman and llewellyn.
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