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  1. I suppose I'm at the other end of the spectrum re Nagy in that I really think he'd be a top player in the right team. We just haven't seen the best of him (understatement) so I can understand why he gets some negative views. I'm hoping the new coach/manager/whatever will get the best out of him and a few others and set up the team to play to their strengths. In that respect, maybe LJ leaving will give a few players a bit of a lift.
  2. For me, Nagy is way above all of our squad in a technical sense (maybe Massengo up there as well) and you can see he's been well coached before coming here. His body shape when he receives the ball is usually perfect which enables him to get a pass off quicker than say Smith. His passing is usually crisp and spot on and, with the right players around him, I've no doubt he could dictate and control the tempo of our game. I'm not saying build the team around him, just that if he is playing then play to his strengths with complementing players around him or just don't play him. Some have sai
  3. Another couple to add to the list; https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/sport/football/exclusive-former-fenerbahce-bayer-leverkusen-4311747 Christophe Daum and Phil Neville ?
  4. LJ would make the decision with Tinnion finding the loan club as I understand it.
  5. Yep. I was watching on my laptop with Flashscore also open. Heard the notification of a goal and saw it was us and a minute later watched the actual goal "live". Always been the way.
  6. Has to be said that Moore has played 120+ league games - how many does it take to decide if he's good enough ? One loan getting 30+ games should be enough to see the potential or lack of it I would think (although some take a bit more time - but not 120 games). I think he's been very unlucky here with the players bought in ahead of him but he has a chance this season under a new coach/manager as LJ didn't seem to trust him. Could become a cracking player at this level, just a tad slower than I'd like. Walsh and Morrell got their 30+ games and proved their potential, they don't need anothe
  7. Bournemouth paid a fine which was the rules at the time, they are in the clear. Aston Villa ? Jury is out.
  8. He played much more freely last night (thanks to Smith doing the mopping up) and it paid off with a sublime pass to Diedhiou and a cracking free kick. If he made a few iffy passes, well thats what you get for asking him to play with some freedom and attempt passes that don't come off. His inconsistency may be down to LJ not allowing that freedom, just a thought (and the same may be said of Palmer).
  9. Bit of an understatement re his passing imo. But he is good at what he does, but that can only take him so far and I think he reached that point a while ago. Unlucky for him that LJ got the elbow as he loves him, can't see him getting a new contract now.
  10. Agreed, but still look dodgy at the back and I think we'll need at least another goal. Still, 1-0 up for a change at half time so shouldn't grumble...
  11. Ifancu. I'll take credit for that goal from Fam.
  12. Pretty boring so far as normal. Nothing between the teams at all but our defending looks suspect to me and they look more likely to score.
  13. Thats more or less what I was thinking - maybe Weimann behind the front two.
  14. Ken Wagstaff springs to mind, very good player for them but more of a striker than winger I think.
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