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  1. Leicester were woeful. Only attacking threat was their 10's left boot. Barely threatened our line.
  2. Some well thought out others just plain rubbish. Max O'Leary is more than ready to play a whole season for us.
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    Didn't watch the whole game but from what I saw, I didn't see Nagy. Fam looked like devoid of confidence and interest. Palmer was playing against decent players so unsurprisingly did very little. He's a bit of a flat track bully I fear. Harsh to put the likes of Sessegnon and Eliasson in the same bracket. From what I saw they weren't brilliant but actually tried to make an impact.
  4. It's Stoke They're physical and direct we need Fam without any doubt
  5. Have to say though that Sessegnon is a big improvement on Hunt. Northampton were poor mind. Don't get carries away.. Having said that, if we have almost 2 sides, we will be in a position to deal well with fixture congestion.
  6. I'd revert back to the team v Coventry more or less and then stick the team from tonight in v Villa. Time for mixing and matching can come later. Reward tonight by giving them a chance of knocking out a Premier League side.
  7. More or less what happened with Rugby. You either gave your refund 'to the academy' and got a guaranteed 'free' ticket to the first game to be open for fans or got a ticket credit with 1st dibs to buy a ticket. One suspects the tickets will be about £40/£50 each.
  8. See that Bath have are the only team not having their game scheduled for next week moved back. Gives them the opportunity to go full strength for both games whereas everyone else has a 4 day turnaround...
  9. Women's football is in a financial transition. The best players are recognised and now commanding fees but other teams like us who pay the manager double fa and use college graduates. Results like ours and West Ham's are inevitable.
  10. There is a big difference between 'chopping and changing' and rotating. LJ managed to lurch between not rotating enough and chopping and changing too much. If Dean's seeking the perfect combination he's not thinking right. The schedule means that during the heart of the season he will have to rotate game to game out of necessity. 2/3 changes each game to a set way of playing works. Dropping players in from nowhere to an experimental formation doesn't.
  11. We didn't all think that about Shrewsbury obviously. Some thought 'this is exactly the kind of game City lose in the cup' and we were right
  12. Bless him. Having to put the effort in for 2 hours to earn £800 a day..
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