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Harry

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  1. I know we wouldn’t have been able to keep them all, but if we had Flint/Williams/Ayling/Bryan at the back with Smith/Pack Cm and Bobby up front, with a sprinkling of early-mid 20’s players whom we’d brought in 4/5 years ago and gradually integrated in the last few years, we’d be in a far far better position now. As said, unrealistic to expect to have kept all of those, but with the right planning and targeted recruitment, we could easily still have a few of those here, now being the ‘experienced’ guys, with the next batch coming in. And we’d have saved a fortune! You almost nee
  2. It's pretty obvious to me that our gradual decline is down to our recruitment. Let's look at our squad pre-Ashton and now under Ashton. When we came up, we had a young and inexperienced squad. They took a little while to 'bed-in' to Championship level, but pretty much all of them have now more than established themselves at this level (and some above). After Ashton arrived, the following players remained for the start of the 16/17 season (and thus were signed by previous managers or were academy) League appearances that season in brackets : Fielding (27), Little (28), Bryan (
  3. Harry

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    Hi mate. On Strava. Go to analysis. It breaks down certain ‘known’ parts of your route. JWR (0.53k at 6.9%) is easier than Bridge Valley (0.7k at 7.6%), judging by this. Here’s your effort today :
  4. And the incoming loanee which Ashton said we’re hoping to bring in, which Holden knew nothing about?? Tell me again who has final say? Who decides who comes in? Come on now Shelts - the dots are all there for you, stop drawing a wavy line around them.
  5. He’s not 100% to blame, I’ll agree. I’ve always said that. But I’ve maintained for 5 years now, who’s in charge of the ins and outs. As Fevs has mentioned before, he’d have had more respect for LJ if he’d been more outspoken about it. Dean is either not so keen to toe the line, or is just not very good at the propaganda.
  6. Are you beginning to connect the dots Shelts. Surely it must be becoming clear to you now who runs the whole recruitment shebang.
  7. Top man is our Jasper. Can’t add more than what others have said. Get well soon mate.
  8. I’ve just double checked with the source. Seems there was a misunderstanding and a bit of a typo. Dan Bentley not involved at all. It’s not DB kills badgers. It’s TB kills badgers. I had to just check on that too. It’s Tuberculosis, not Ty Bakinson!
  9. or the one with Five Star
  10. I’m not gonna take the ‘bait’
  11. I’ve heard from a very reliable source, that Dan Bentley beats badgers on Sundays. This club is rotten to the core.
  12. Yeah, I really thought Cleveland would do it once Mahomes went down. Now for the GrandpaBowl
  13. Harry

    Runners!

    I did. It’s a tough climb even for those pro’s. In comparison, this climb today would be more like the Planche Des Belles Filles!!!
  14. Harry

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    @SuperDziek @Silvio Dante @Rob k Interesting to see you mention Bridge Valley Road SuperDzieck. I always considered that to be a super hard climb - and it is. I thought I’d have a quick look at the climbs we all did this weekend. Bridge Valley - 0.7k Grade 7.6% Somerset Monument - 0.7k Grade 8.3% Old London Road - 0.7k Grade 10.7% I knew the other 2 were biggies but had no idea they were beastlier than Bridge Valley. You were right Rob K - she’s a bloody brute! To think @mozodid this blighter on Xmas day, 15k into a half!!! Maaaan!! I abs
  15. Harry

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    Yeah, I was surprised at the time to be fair. I usually clock around 4:45-4:50 per km on average, those massive inclines had me at 6:30!! However, on the way down I was sometimes hitting 4:00 pace - I felt half Kenyan for a few minutes
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