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  1. Fighting relegation rather than vying for promotion.
  2. There's no answer to that. Tomlin is the Fat Ham of football. Although possibly more gammon than ham.
  3. Don't spend too long on the phone...I'm number 3764.
  4. Fair play, mate. That's outstanding attention to detail. From seeing my kids build Minecraft stuff, I realise how long this must take. Great stuff!
  5. Looking at yesterday's starting line-up and the subs who came on, I love the way that all our players already have at least one "L" in their name, or have at least inserted one since they moved here (except Henriksen): Bentley Kalas Williams Bakel Dasilva(l) Eliasson Massengol Henriksen (sort it out, son) Patol Weimannl (a lot of Austrian surnames end in "L") Wells Subs (used) Famaral O'Dowdal Palmel
  6. Hopefully we'll be able to take advantage of the fact that our opponents are doubled up with laughter when we wear this. Shocker!
  7. Wouldn't count out a late surge from one or two of the teams currently outside the top 8.
  8. I think Forest Green eventually cancelled the contract due to failure to deliver on the part of Hummel. And then Dale Vince turned all Hummel advertising boards in the ground upside down.
  9. Apologies, that was directed at whoever was complaining about criticising Johnson & Co and us all picking a different 11 earlier in the thread.
  10. As the poster stated "Could morph to 3-5-2 or 3-4-1-2 with these players" Might work, might not. The whole point of this post is to put forward ideas. I quite like the idea of three interchangeable forward players (similar to the Liverpool front 3), either with 2 central and 1 wider, or 2 central and 1 just behind.
  11. Liverpool. You could hardly classify two of them as wingers, although they occasionally go wide.
  12. It would be poetic justice if we got to the Poem before them...
  13. Looks like 2 wing-backs and 3 forwards to me.
  14. What makes it even more impressive is that Liverpool have done this without all that much real strength in depth. If you take Virgil and/or one or two of the famous front three out of the side, they lose a huge amount in terms of their effectiveness. In this sense, they've been pretty lucky with injuries. Hats off to them, mind.
  15. Red7

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    …which he did for large parts of the game.
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