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About mozo

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  1. It could be down to a lit of factors but I was just pointing out that Allesandro's logic was just one way of looking at it.
  2. My issue with that is who defends the overload in wide areas? It looks like Brownhill and Massengo will be dragged left and right and Palmer needing to drop into a CM position.
  3. We've scored 10 goals in 5 games with Afobe in the team. We've scored 3 goals in 3 games without him.
  4. Actually we've got about 5 of our best players injured, not one. And the striker problem has been discussed on this forum for the past 18 months. Our solution has been taken away so the problem returns. I like your positivity, but blind faith ain't my style. We need to be optimistic realists.
  5. You'd hope they'll be motivated by the last chance saloon scenario.
  6. The question now is, where do the goals come from, and how does our attack work cohesively with the rest of the team?
  7. I remember being really excited about him, thinking he'd be the poacher we needed.
  8. It's been staring us in the face... Paul Heffernan! At 37, he's the experienced campaigner we've been crying out for!
  9. mozo

    Baker injury

    I think his wages make him difficult to sell, but I'd go with your plan there, except I'd ditch Williams too, just because I'm ageist!
  10. I'm still confused by the Semenyo option. Is he even a striker? Every time I see him he plays like a wide forward. If Janneh was fit, I think I'd prefer him. Not because I think he's Championship ready, but because he's a certified striker. The fact that I would even consider Janneh shows that we've got a problem. Ultimately, I think Diedhiou is our only realistic choice at the moment.
  11. Summary: PUT IT IN THE MIXER!!!
  12. I totally agree, and I think people are living in a fantasy world if they think that Diedhiou can perform to the Afobe standard, or that Semenyo is ready to terrorise Championship defenses. LJ clearly doesn't think so. He's a realist. That said... the October fixtures are games where those two could have some joy. Luton, Charlton and Reading don't defend as well as Swansea do
  13. Preston is the biggest threat there. The other 4 are winnable. Despite their impressive frontline, Reading are lacking cohesion. Luton perform well, but need to adapt to how clinical this league is. Charlton are on the slide now. Wigan have good players but not performing as a unit like we do. If Kalas and Nagy are back by Reading, we could do alright.
  14. So is Taylor Moore now a Championship standard defender? He seems to be playing like one.
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