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  1. £13M for LK is silly money and represents a good deal, especially as presumably we have a decent sell on clause. Now spend the money wisely.
  2. If it counts as an away day then it has to be the 3-0 win against Bolton at Wembley. Otherwise, I’ve got it down to 4 with the 1-0 win at Highbury in our first game in the top flight taking precedence over the 2-2 draw at Coventry that kept us up, the 2-1 win at Bolton on the opening day of the season which included a Jimmy Mann screamer and the remarkable 5-4 win at Mansfield. Honourable mentions go the 1-0 win at Spurs in our first season back in the top flight and the mauling we gave Bradford to seal promotion back to the Championship. On the downside, the first time I saw us concede 7 against Northampton Town tops the list. It felt so much worse than the 7 we conceded against Swansea, who were at least a decent side. Incredibly disappointing too was this year’s 0-0 at Rotherham, a poor side who couldn’t even fill the subs bench due to injuries. We were so pitiful we should have been docked points.
  3. At least we’re saved another trip to Yorkshire. Need Charlton to beat Blunderland now.
  4. Fair point. What I really meant to say that in almost any other country he’d have a regular starter fir the national team. In his 70+ caps there weren’t so many starts as he was battling for that 4th, occasionally 5th midfield slot as Xavi, Iniesta and Busquets invariably filled 3 of the midfield berths.
  5. This year’s summer window opened on May 6 for the EFL and May 16 for the Premier league.
  6. In almost any other country in the world he would have had 100+ caps. Good to see him back.
  7. Thank god that’s over. That’s 2 hours of my life I’ll never get back.
  8. Not just the Championship, the L2 play-offs were better.
  9. Where’s that Pompey bloke with bare chest, tats and bells? Is he still around? The cameras used to show him at every opportunity.
  10. Thompson throwing himself down as if he’s been shot again!! He really is a horses
  11. It’s like watching a game in a playground. Everybody bombing forward, kicking lumps out of each other, little quality and no composure whatsoever. On this showing, If Charlton come through tomorrow, which I expect them to, it’s hard to see either of these teams beating them.
  12. Whatever happens, and that could be anything yet in this game, I’ve been impressed with the 19 year old Jamie Shackleton. Another diminutive midfielder but if you’re good enough you’re old enough.
  13. Another card. Will it end up 11 a side.
  14. Huddlestone on. How long before he gets booked.
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