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  1. If all fit Bentley Periera Moore Kalas Rowe Brownhill Nagy Eliiason Palmer Wieman Afobe Gilmarton Baker Odowda Diediou Semenyo Messengo Hunt
  2. Just don't like back 3 or 5 not since Cotts had it to perfection in League One anyway, always feel its so open, three in midfield a must for me in today's football, LJ's played one up front and three behind enough times, surely he should be making it work home and away by now.
  3. i just don't feel comfortable with wing backs, flat back four, with 4-3-3 or 4-2-3 1
  4. To me Leeds are a good watch who play some attractive stuff...there's a bit of rivalry with Saltfords Man U links ...its Salford's biggest game, chance of a surprise and a lack of other best options, and it's likely to attract most viewers of all the games...good pick.
  5. Salford v Leeds easily the most attractive EFL Cup game in my opinion, as was there opening day clash with us, so no probs with me for showing them so far, logical selections.
  6. I see Derby is live on the red button next week ...
  7. Over the shock and drama of the last day...and I now think LJ has made some good bold decisions ....could take a while to settle but after that I'm quite positive for a top 6 challenge.
  8. Just think this sort of pic is embarrassing and amateurish to be honest ...
  9. Great interview, speaks very well, really positive stuff ...I'm also impressed ...
  10. I agree can only see Nagy starting none of the others
  11. Used to like him but he's lost the plot last season or two, hoping he could be hungry to get his career on track, agree with comment that he could be the type of striker we need (as I still see LJ persisting with one up front) obviously bit of a shambles with the Arsenal lad but this could be worse
  12. xerox6060

    SEMENYO

    Friend of mine went, said he was outstanding clearly the best player on the pitch, said previous our next target man striker could be here already, though agree wrong to expect too much too soon.
  13. I think Leeds showed how well one up front can work, we have plenty of players who can play behind the front man (just need a better front man probably) As for Bobby Reid I'd have him back, only concern is he right kind of striker, strong, tall and powerful more ideal for a one up front role Couldnt care less about Cardiff thing, he was right to try his luck in my opinion.
  14. I agree Leeds perfect example of how to make a lone striker work, LJ has stacks of numbers 10's and supporting players he should be fine tuning the system by now as he's played it enough but that was a right mess, very disappointing, Moore yes I think he did very well considering where he's been playing and the level, not saying he's the answer but he did himself no harm.
  15. I wonder if there's any link or coincidence to Kalifa Cisse being here too and his contacts. Find it odd If he's that good that one the prem giants wouldn't have snapped him up / had him on there radars, Very very bold and exciting signing,
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