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  1. The Millwall and Leeds games were afternoon kick offs during the power strikes but the Hull game was definately under lights, as confirmed by Cidered Abroad farther up the thread
  2. Just my memory from the dim and distant past after a few beers and a bottle of red so could be wrong!!
  3. I seem to remember us playing Millwall on a Tuesday afternoon, won 5-2 Keith Fear hat trick
  4. Agreed, a Tuesday night game if I remember correctly, but a long time ago!!
  5. Yep, raining and blowing a gale, 3-1 to us wasn't it??
  6. I can't see what the fuss is about with the 4 year contract, SL wants him to stay he wants to stay and carry on what he has started, most but not all think he has done pretty well so far (despite some ups and downs) the trajectory is up so I think stability and keeping him is important. When Cotterill became manager he was given a 3 and a half year contract, so not a great deal of difference. Did that cause the same amount of discussion at the time, I can't remember.
  7. The concencus on here is that, thankfully, Pack is ok for Saturday.
  8. I am usually in the don't change a winning team unless you have to camp, but LJ will be aware that we have embarked on a 5 games in 15 days run, and after 2 tough away games he has to think about WBA and Villa as well as Wigan. Not an easy choice to make. Will be interesting to see the teamsheet on Saturday, from both a personnel and formation point of view.
  9. I said it suits the squad we have, didnt mean we should play it all the time. I think its a good option to have as well as the many variants of a flat back 4 that we have used. So handy to have alternatives. We are overloaded with CB's who can play in a 3 as well as Hunt and Dasilva as WB. Yes we have loads of wingers as well, we can play with this as another option with for instance Elliason starting or off the bench. Also Pato and O'Dowda happy to play MF or AM , Watkins can play through the middle.
  10. Ok, I stand corrected, I wasnt at the game, however it seemed to me listening to Gary Owers comments that we were the better side until a period just before they scored (appreciate that is not the same as being at the game!!) then LJ made the changes and we went for it and got the win.
  11. I would agree that 3-5-2 suits the squad we have in some respects and some on here have been calling for it to be tried.
  12. I didnt see much of the 'Boro game on SKY on Saturday, but it looked like during the bit I did see they were playing 3CB's, so maybe we might well match them, particularly as it worked so well on Saturday.
  13. OS has Eisa playing for the under 23's (apologies I said under 21's earlier) in the 3-1 defeat against Coventry on Friday, along with Walsh, Watkins, Morrell amd Adeluken.
  14. Taylor was sub and Eisa played for the under 21's on Friday
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