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Prinny

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  1. mm obv we judge the u23 process on players that come through not results, but winning with younger players suggests that we do have talent there.
  2. It's an ok explanation right after the game, but there needs to be a follow up at the next press conference as to WHY we performed badly. Because if they're competent they would have looked at it, and asked questions to ensure it doesn't happen again. Now I don't expect a precise detailed answer, but a journo should ask the question.
  3. Was just typing as you posted! You need some squad players for the u23s. Not every one of them is a talented player that anyone thinks will come through. They're on relatively low wages and they help ensure that the u23a don't get blown out every week with their size and strength allowing the talents to develop around them. If it suddenly clicks, great! If not, toss them on the scrapheap. That's the reality of business, and the opposing side of when people complain about the loyalty of players. Clubs don't care if someone isn't good enough. Cundy is our shot at developing an Aden Fli
  4. No they've always had opinions. What it's done is it's given YOU the ability to see their opinions. And what YOU lack is self restraint in coming and looking. Before you didn't have access to, or record of their opinions, you'd be at the game, or outside of it with your friends/colleagues/classmates and those would be the only times you'd see or hear opinions. Maybe the paper, maybe the radio. But you're struggling with the temptation of coming to look. Your form is to not like other people having or sharing opinions. Yet you come to a place where that happens. While it's fair to criticis
  5. There's multiple studies on why this is (not OTIB specifically of course) but are you complaining about complaining?... if so...
  6. This is correct, I don't blame people for not listening to every bit of media we produce but sometimes the answers are already there. It's fine to disagree, but recommend listening.
  7. He shouldn't care what other people think and he should make the decisions he wants to. He says "we" so he's obviously talking about a coaching team, not just himself making the decisions so he is listening to people he respects I'd assume. It's such a rubbish way to ask that question. Why not just ask. "What was the reason by x players substitution?" Why add some the people raised their eyebrows? If the player being subbed off was playing well and you want to talk about that "How do you feel x player played today?" and then you can attempt to get them to explain a decision you disagree w
  8. From that picture, it's clear his head has been turned by another club.
  9. Bumped for relevance. Thought Vyner was very good, saved a goal, good outlet and we were successful when he brought the ball out. Half chance from poor marking again this week at the far post. Moore another critical error, and this time it really hurt us. But we don't if Mawson's hurt have another fit senior centre back so...
  10. Warnock's good. Organised, competitive, nullified us while creating opportunities. We've been pretty awful with the ball. No first half summary can be compelte without pointing out how lazy and poor Wells' play has been IMO!
  11. I can't hear the chants of "you can make me Holden again" coming through the mics, must not have caught on among the players and staff there yet.
  12. Ah My bad, took first year watching it meant first time you picked a team and you were watching all your games not following it closely! Apologies! Yeah basically you're in a division where you have two super well run, well coached, teams with powerful lines and unless you can stand up to them you're never getting anywhere, as a Dolphins supporter, each year we have to face the Ravens or Steelers we get handed a lesson in physicality. So start learning to hate them. The Steelers act like the big brother of the Browns, laughing at your attempts to surpass them. And Baltimore st
  13. People were very critical how LJ was after players made mistakes, not only they thought he was harsh but also inconsistent with certain players. Which I think is fair criticism, your policy should be consistent IMO. I didn't have a problem with how he treated Taylor Moore for example, I wanted him to go make his mistakes for someone else then come back and be better but I know a lot of posts were very upset over it. How many big errors should a player get before they are taken out the team? When there's a quality player behind them, is it one, two, three, or more? And getting the rig
  14. "You haven't played the game" so what do you know!!! Imagine if you applied that logic to the rest of your life. You can't criticise politicians cause you're not a politician. Better not criticise the customer service you got or any driving you see unless you're paid to do those things. Hope you like every movie if you're not in the film industry. Your taste buds are irrelevant if your food is cooked by a professional chef. Or is there a lack of understanding that every time someone says an opinion on here there's an unsaid "I'm just a supporter, with not all the information, but here's w
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