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  1. I just read that on the BBC. Terrible news for the fella and his family. Get well soon Sol.
  2. I'm on Tanqueray and lemon San Pellegrino atm. That will probably be followed by Westons Vintage and finished up with a few single malts. I may fall asleep watching City tomorrow. Although whether that's because of the hangover or the standard of football I do not know.....
  3. Massengo really needs to stop constantly falling to the floor whenever a Luton player is within a yard of him.
  4. With the amount of people on here calling you out constantly, dont you think that you may just be chatting utter drivel time and time again? Another thread ruined by an idiot....
  5. With regards to Walsh, I think Occams Razor applies here and he is actually injured. What that means for him signing a new contract i have no idea, but if he was playing regularly then I think he would probably sign it. We're not the only club that has players coming to the end of their contracts that we would like to keep so its not really a stick to beat the management with. Its when players have the most control over their futures. Liverpool are having the same issue with Wijnaldum at the moment....and will have the exact same problem in 2 years time when Salahs, Manes and Fi
  6. No shots and passes off target constantly. If Holden told them to sit on the floor they'd miss
  7. I know I'm gonna get hammered for this, but O"Driscoll was the man who started building that platform for us as a club to be where we are now. Before he came in we were, organisationally, an utter shambles from top to bottom and his time at the club was spent more on dragging the background stuff into a professional standard. Yes, the first team were awful, but he knew that he had to sacrifice results at the time for the good of the club in the future. LJ and to some extent Cotterill benefited from the processes and systems that SOD put in place originally. We've got a lot to th
  8. Maybe, but from what I've seen so far Dean doesn't seem to be that sort of person. Behind closed doors maybe, but not in public. Obviously time will tell on that front. Also, he does have a point about players coming back and (hopefully) improving us in January, but I'm pretty sure there's a lot of managers in the Championship who can say the same considering how many players are dropping like flies this season. Imo, Mawson will definitely improve us, but there's no evidence yet the likes of Williams, Walsh, Baker or Sessegnon will make a big enough difference to push us towards
  9. At least his excuses dont include publicly slating individual players which is an improvement on the last incumbent.
  10. Strangely enough though, Owen, Fowler and to a lesser extent Rooney all burst onto the scene really young and never really improved as players. Granted, they were all at an exceptional level as kids but after 4-5 years of top level football their careers digressed and they never hit the peaks their potential suggested they could. On the other side of the coin, the likes of Ian Wright, Chris Waddle and Stuart Pearce weren't young superstars and got into the game later and they got better and better the longer they played.
  11. Brian Tinnion mentioned on the commentary that he keeps a record of all his games and goals which shows an obsession with the game. I believe he said it was something like 330 games for BCFC youth teams and around 324 goals. Thats impressive no matter what standard it is and shows Sam knows where the net is.
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