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  1. In the poorer areas of London, particularly South London, there are quite a few cages around. I don't think it's any coincidence that the bulk of top quality young English players (Sterling, Sancho, etc) have grown up playing in the cages. Certainly seems a case of get good or get hurt. Edit: just listened to the full interview and the one thing I found interesting was about Kasey Palmer wuickly becoming good mates with Afobe, and that Afobe seems to be really enjoying himself. The reason I found this interesting is after last season when we had KP on loan and he didnt really play as much as he would've liked, is that he would come back and knuckle down and really try and make his mark whilst at the same time still be a good pro and make time for the new guys. Maybe all this talk about signing players with the right DNA really does make a difference to the team. Also, I couldnt help but think that the fans that were hammering the club when we got rid of Pemberton and got Holden as he was just a mate of LJ's maybe are thinking a little differently now. Here's hoping anyway.
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    For HW to come out with that just shows what a huge talent we have on our hands. Hats off to to our travelling support too. Utterly magnificent, and I'm pretty sure HNM would've felt the West Country love tonight.
  3. Yep, agree with that but you've conveniently ignored the point I made about getting the right service. Better defenders at that level yes, but he's also playing with better players who should be able to provide better service ipso facto etc etc.....
  4. The goal is the same size no matter what league you play in. With the right service he could score in any league in any country.
  5. Great to see Tammy starting. Ive now stuck a fiver on Chelsea 1-0 and a fiver on Tammy 1st goalscorer.
  6. With furtling holes? (google it, but not at work)
  7. Dave Smith. Pace and power down the left. Shelton, Rob Newman and Keith Curle should also get a place
  8. Yep, and I think KP and Nagy could dovetail perfectly together over the next few years as they compliment each other. Until Villa or Leeds sign them both in 2020/21 obviously......
  9. I completely agree which is why I never mentioned the words 'going missing'. Tbf, KP also worked pretty hard last season for us but tended to do it in the wrong areas. Today he pressed whenever he could but he needs to learn when to press the player and when he needs to press the space to stop the player having an option to pass. He's young but seems to have a good head on his shoulders so im hopeful this will come with more training/experience. If he does, we will have one hell of a player on our hands.
  10. Why not? Rangers had two Andy Gorams.
  11. An absolutely superb debut from Nagy. Great positioning, awareness, passing and he was always showing for the ball. A real 'footballers footballer', as he just makes his teammates jobs easier.
  12. Kasey was superb in patches today and I dont mean that as a slight on him. He was the only player to actually create chances and to see passes between the lines. He cut the Brum defence apart with two incisive passes for Afobe and the pass that Rowe scored from was sublime. I'm actually hoping that even if he's having a quiet game that LJ leaves him on as he can create something out of nothing in a split second.
  13. I personally thought he was good today. Made some decent saves and there was nothing he could do about their goal. One or two misplaced passes but that was all. Is he a better keeper than NM? I honestly dont know, but once he beds in I think he could be excellent. The one thing he doesn't need is fans getting on his back already. Considering what happened to him at Brentford he seems to be a confidence player and the boo-boys giving him stick certainly wont help (does it ever though?)
  14. The rules are 'attack the post, not the poster' so I will just say your post is an utter belter. It's like your post has no idea how football works.
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