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  1. That cureton one will always stand out... came on as a sub... evening match... the whole stadium calling him something not nice.. I actually felt bad for the poor bloke... Haha... only time I truly felt for a player...
  2. How about... We used to have natch But now we have nagy If you dont want to sing this Then be quiet and watch the match
  3. Encouraged to see our best start in a while...
  4. Agree with that... the plus is that we seem to have quality to come in for the walking wounded. There was another thread with a list if those not included. Rowe is what i would describe as an honest player in that he is experienced, will always put in a shift and can pose a threat... not top quality but very reliable.
  5. I'm happy to keep this going... We started ok... tailed off and I was convinced we would be mid table. We seem to go on a good run of wins though which projected us into play off contention but then we lost momentum. The injuries always affect teams... we have a bigger and stronger squad than ever before but seem to be hitting a fair few currently. Key injuries to nagy and dasilva particularly. Feels like we are still a quality side though. Players must be buzzing after new signings were made with last couple results. Tough league this but we've shown we can compete already.
  6. I always like to see if we are doing better than last year by looking at points vs same opponents. Replace 3 promoted with 3 relegated and same at the other end. So far we are equal (same points vs Leeds H, 2 less vs Birmingham A, same QPR H, 2 more vs Derby A) Next two fixtures gave us 1 point last season (Hull A draw Boro H lost) so more than 1 point puts us on a plus... we were essentially 7 points off play offs and 20 from automatic... so good chance over 2 games to start hacking into the difference...
  7. Personally I'd like to see... Bentley Pereira Kalas Baker Rowe Eliasson Nagy Massengo Brownhill Palmer Diedhiou/Afobe When you're picking a team it shows how many options you have with players left out... Just hope we don't use the philosophy we seem to use too much at home which tends to be to stay in the game and keep it tight until the last 20 minutes and then make some changes. Like us to be more on the front foot...coyr
  8. On sky they pronounce his name 'nosh'.. am I missing something?
  9. How about you say 'sell your best player and you get kalas, dasilva, French wonderkid and szmodics...' I know it's a risk but I like the strategy of buying young quality potential... much rather this than journeymen we've seen in the past. Whether it proves to be effective in terms of reaching our goals remains to be seen but it's pretty exciting.
  10. Those saying we are weaker than we were in May... we now have kalas and dasilva signed up. They weren't ours in May. So we have a stronger squad 5gat is ours... and although not necessarily a stronger team as of yet it shows we are making progress. Think I'd personally rather have kalas and dasilva than Webster...
  11. I'm pretty optimistic. We've 'traded' well in terms of finances and brought good players in from Chelsea. The squad last year was good but lacked the killer instinct to get over the line. That derby game we lost is still fresh in the mind. Famara I think is key to this season... I was watching assombalonga last night to see what a 'proven 9' would bring and essentially it's someone who stays up top and knocks them in. If famara has a good season and some fortune in front of goal we will be right up there. If not then I'd still suggest a top half finish with potential to kick on again next season. For me the most exciting thing will be seeing how the young players develop as we have a lot of potential in this squad. Good luck the lads...
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