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  1. Good point I would have taken that at the start of the day
  2. we also have a bloated squad and rather large wage bill. A lot is made about our large fees we've managed to bring in over the last 3 seasons or so. But we've brought in a huge amount of players in that time and a large amount of them are flops and we've not managed to shift them all on. Out of all the large fees recouped only webster is a Johnson signing, the rest either came through our academy or like Kojia were already here. I have been hugley anti johnson in the past, but keeping all bases covered I currently sit somewhere from pro johnson to on the fence. I see that we have progressed each season in terms of position and points total. But at a time when a lot of championship sides are cutting their cloth he has been hugley backed and i have to say if we don't make the playoffs minimum this year i think he'll be given the bullet.
  3. Would be a bit of a silly & counter intuitive risk IMO. Once out of the EU there would then be nothing stopping the FA imposing a limit on the nr of foreign players playing in a game including those from the EU.
  4. I cant see him getting in the first team this year or any bench time unless we move baker or wright on. I think he has a future here, defenders tend to develop late, but i suspect he'll be loaned out to a league one club again. Maybe Millwall or Charlton at a push, but more likely league one.
  5. I really didn’t take to Berlin when I went. We must have monumentaly f#cked up because I’ve never met anyone else who doesn’t like the place. It’s probably the city I was most excited about visiting and was very disappointed
  6. I’m not sure S82 would even be able to come up with lyrics that clever either. Great chant
  7. Similar to Matty Taylor for me. As looked decent coming off the bench at times against tiring defences, as soon as they earn them selves a start they have both failed to impress. He is certainly a flair player, but I’d be disappointed if we spent a large chunk of our budget on him over the summer
  8. The fact that we will be going into the last home game of the season with a realistic chance of the playoffs is a great achievement this season. It’s just a shame that if we don’t make it, it will feel like failure. But the fact is that I’ve left the majority of home games this season feeling that we are miles away from good enough. I haven’t been away this season anywhere near as much as I have in the past so haven’t seen the other side to us this year. while I found the first half of last season far more entertaining, it does feel like we’ve still progressed slightly, and while we’ve had a couple of wobbles and shocking home performances, I feel we’ve avoided one of Johnson’s long abysmal runs. after the upheaval of the close season I think this can be considered a decent season whether we finish in the playoffs or not. in the cold light of day yesterday was a shocking result though, that for me did feel like the game that we had to win to have a decent chance of making the playoffs if we can go into the hull game with a sniff of the playoffs I’ll be happy
  9. All things consider that was a crap result and all too predictable. Puts huge pressure on each of our last games now, as we probably need to win 3 of the 4 to make the playoffs. Luckily if we do manage to squeeze in there we don’t have to play any of the bottom 6.
  10. i accept your point that dasilva is not our player, but he is leaps and bounds ahead of joe bryan.
  11. £6m for joe Bryn, and bring Dasilva in on loan?
  12. city1983

    Diedhiou

    Allows us to concede possession and be dominated at home by a team struggling against relegation. agree that he was superb today though
  13. I can’t decide if I line it. I don’t dislike it. agree with most on here though that this one is much better
  14. That’s unfair on Diedhiou. He missed some great chances put in a good shift. One of the reasons Taylor often look so good when he comes on is because Diedhiou has worn them down in a physical battle all game. He has his flaws in his game and certainly doesn’t fit into this high press game that Johnson preaches. But I guarantee the Bolton defenders will feel battered after today
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