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  1. I agree it's strange, I think he is playing in his preferred position (maybe not his best), while he has defensive qualities he's certainly not a defender the key with him is being able to add to the defence when required, he's not a midfielder or winger although could probably do a job as a wide forward but definitely not his best position. So then we have the 2 forward positions which he has bits of but is missing other bits. To be a forward he should: play between midfield and attack, which he can mostly do. Assists the striker in scoring goals, tick. Elusive and di
  2. I disagree, I think if we were promoted he is one I would want to keep, his defensive qualities would be more in demand than every other strikers goal scoring ability. It's his finesse going forward that stops him from being a top player in this or any other league IMO but his defensive quality makes him invaluable to any team with there backs to the wall.
  3. Making a call is an interesting point, I don't think I'm making a call but someone else has made a call that changing it is required. I'm playing with a thought and querying the need based on a few of my simple experiences. I have seen people use it, I haven't seen people struggle to use it. Like I said if there is more information then I would easily accept it was required.
  4. One of my first memories of Wembley was walking up that ramp, a large Stoke fan going nuts and a guy in a wheelchair just cutting in front of him with no ***** given. I have also seen people with walking sticks on there. My experience is that people have managed just fine, if there is other evidence that people have not been able to use the ramp then I will accept it was a required change but at the moment I don't see it.
  5. How have people managed for the last 100 years I wonder?
  6. Especially back then, ball playing centre half's were relatively rare.
  7. Just managed to forget that one ..... Thanks! Can remember hearing the crack sat in the Atyeo.
  8. As you like consistency you would like that level of performance for the rest of the season?
  9. Great podcast - probably my favourite one of the players closely followed by Wilbs. Great job well done guys.
  10. In there entire history Leeds have spent longer outside of the top flight than in it.
  11. You didn't want to sit next to me at school I didn't get anything above a D! I think I got an E at maths and then ended up going on to do statistical analysis at higher education!
  12. So did they get in the playoffs through extrapolating results?
  13. I went as well, clearly works in smaller crowds. The logic of stopping something like that but saying it's ok to sit in the pub for 12 hours getting shitfaced is beyond me. Were talking about something that reached 4k+ new cases and killed 11 people yesterday and were impinging on people's freedom because of that, since when has the ends of saving everyone justified the means of taking away people's freedom's. Have I completely missed the point? I think the government need to explain this a lot better.
  14. Great content but a struggle to listen to at some points. Dont wish to be negative because I think it's great but some things that might be improved: Lots of accidental talking over each other, some gaps without anyone knowing who was supposed to be talking, not great audio quality responding to questions that weren't asked because there was a point to make.
  15. Soooo just to get this right, people that are crazy rich won't be able to pay people that are extremely well off more more money in pursuit of sporting success? Is any of these savings guaranteed to find there way back to lower costs for supporters or is this just people that are crazy rich not wanting to pay as much for there toys. Is there any consideration for the tax implications over time? Concerned that the average tax from a 10% wage cut is basically the cost of a nurse (I find it interesting that the average championship footballer pays about 9 nurses through the tax they pa
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