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RedM

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  1. Obviously very early days but I do wonder if he will shine in a team, other than ours where we allowed him to be so dominant? Yes he gave his all for us but he certainly had influence and shaped how we played.He didnt have this at Boro and even though he seems ideal for Cardiff's style he wont have such a big say or be allowed to be so influential I don't think
  2. Shhhhh, lets just enjoy it
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    Afobe

    I think Diedhiou will learn a lot from Afobe, if he is wise. He needs someone like Afobe to mentor him as our other strikers are too different in style to improve his own game. Might be one of the best bits of business we did this summer getting Afobe in
  4. Thank you @Nogbad the Bad, somehow i missed this thread, happy to be included.My predictions are in the quoted text above
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    U-23’s today

    I thought they were too. Maybe the pitch was suffering from all the recent rain and this was a one off? What concerns me is how the players in this match and at QPR are said to be uninterested or not wanting to do the ‘donkey work’. They don’t seem to be working as a team. Yes I know it’s early days but we don’t usually get these sort of comments even with a load of new signings to bed in. Something doesn’t seem right or happy at the moment. Hopefully a win on Saturday will lift the spirits for all
  6. Keepers only isn’t it. I think we can get unattached players in but that’s it isn’t it? We can loan out to League one and below but not get players in from them?
  7. I agree. I’m not going to be all dramatic and say the injury could shape our season but add in Webster going and it certainly feels like a right kick in the stomach. Feels like one step forward and two back at the moment. LJ must be pulling his hair out.
  8. I agree on the whole. Earlier in the thread I posted we should expect more from our Captain and full International with masses of Championship experience. He’s been outdone by kids and debut players tonight, by us and QPR no doubt. When Taylor Moore stepped up just before him I really didn’t want him to be the one who messed up as it would have shattered his confidence, not so much the miss but the finger pointing on here and everywhere after. What hacked me off totally, and I’m almost defending Wright here, is the fact Diedhiou missed so spectacularly. That miss at this level is appalling. If our STRIKER had scored it might never have got to Bailey Wright anyway. I am horrified by the level of inconsistency by Diedhiou if I am honest.
  9. Ffs Diedhiou ‘ quite a way over’ ‘bad miss’ ‘ badly wrong’ were the radio quotes
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