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Luxo Jr.

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  1. They won't get that. For a few reasons.
  2. Weirdly enough all the people claiming Tommy Robinson isn't a racist seem to be swerving this question.
  3. Our own manager knows exactly what it's like to be a scapegoat as a player for our club. Was one of the biggest examples in recent memory. I've not been to many home games in recent years and even I've heard Diedhiou get abuse. I'm sure he doesn't care that much, and I'm sure he'll continue to score at a reasonably impressive rate. I also worry that the abuse might get racist though. Not an accusation, just a natural progression from all the people who call him a donkey. He's obviously good enough. Afobe is probably better. That's the end.
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    Massengo

    Completely easily dealt with Huddlestone. Great vision, passing ability, defensive AND attacking minded... I hope we go up just to get a small chance of holding onto him for one more season.
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    Massengo

    Look, I don't wanna be THAT guy again, but he's miles better than Pack.
  6. Another thing to take into account is that we now seem to be leaning towards a formation that requires 3 centre backs at all times - so it's very unlikely a move like this would drastically reduce minutes for Moore like it might have done last season. At the same time, with 5 at the back, mobility might not be quite as vital too. Will reserve judgement, but willing to trust this as a strong squad signing.
  7. Someone once lit a flare during one of our recent away pummellings of Fulham, missed about 10 minutes of the game as I couldn't see anything and was spluttering. They're rubbish. If you need that sort of thing to liven up your football viewing experience, maybe the sport isn't for you.
  8. Think a 6 for Moore is harsh.
  9. I wouldn't be surprised to see Szmodics get a go this weekend, at the very least from the bench.
  10. Yep, probably a good comparison considering what I've heard in terms of footballing intelligence and reading of the game.
  11. Are you kidding? Busquets is one of the better midfielders of the past 10 years, and I think he's only just 30.
  12. Imagine if a) we keep a clean sheet at the weekend and b) Afobe scores on debut. I think all would be forgiven.
  13. Well obviously. That doesn't mean it's not a potentially smart move though. Rumours suggest Nketiah fell through, so we tried for a huge signing in Austin, then a safer option in Reid. This, overall, seems pretty flipping sensible compared to some of the names chucked around here today.
  14. True, but given what we've seen/read from a few different sources, I could only see Nagy flopping if he's incorrectly utilised. As I said, with Massengo it's more unsure, and obviously new players means longer gelling time. This window has the potential to be the best in our recent history. All that needs to happen is for Afobe to score on his debut for people to calm down and see what good/exciting signings we've made.
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