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    Charlton

    Given their league position I originally thought this a winnable fixture. However - when you look at their home form this is an excellent win. Not getting giddy yet - result against Brentford and I might. At the moment it would appear a certain amount of luck is on our side - with injuries forcing a change in style of play that is paying off at the moment.
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    Charlton

    Think you could be right - seemed to be the formation we finished with midweek
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    Rovers v Hull

    Though only a cameo - best we have seen from Brereton. He had amazing support from BE - but did wonder how much of that was ironic 😂. Good noise at times (esp second half) considering weather and turn out. Hull were average at best - but thought we put in a good performance. Though Armstrong got MOM - have to say Travis not far behind - and is getting better with each match.
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    January transfer window 2020

    If he isn't going to sign players that will immediately challenge for the first team - I wouldn't bother. Would much prefer to see some youngsters given the opportunity.
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    January transfer window 2020

    Just a shame they caused the mess in the first place. But credit where it is due - I thought they would have pulled the plug years ago.
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    January transfer window 2020

    Anyone else think our lack of money is down to the Dack injury ? Selling him was our best chance of not coming foul of FFP - we are now in a financial hole with our only sellable asset being Lenihan.
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    Brentford (h) - the Mowbray love in!

    We did well to beat 12 men. They looked a decent team - with the referee one of their better players
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    Barnsley (h) - the Cauldron Of Hate part 2?

    Wow - what an outburst. During TM's time as manager - they bank rolled the biggest League 1 budget - and given him £12m to spend on two strikers - as well as continuing to pay the wages. They are responsible for our demise - however we only need to look to Bolton to see where we could easily be.
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    Barnsley (h) - the Cauldron Of Hate part 2?

    To be fair to them - they have backed TM
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    Barnsley (h) - the Cauldron Of Hate part 2?

    Type of performance that gets managers sacked. The win didn't cover up the inadequacies in the team - so many poor insipid performances - it was like half the team didn't turn up. Gallagher out wide - could see why at first - but when they got used to the long diagonal why persist ☹ - put the poor lad central. Special mention for Armstrong who was awful - how can somebody be caught off side so many times ? Final mention for TM - very grateful for everything he has done for the club - but this team is massively under achieving - and the buck has to stop somewhere.
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    Luton Town home

    Next two games will show our credentials - need 4 points really. If we got 4 points - knowing Rovers we would draw with Luton and then beat Forest. Worryingly think we are capable of 6 points - but this is Rovers - hence why would be very happy with 4 points
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    Reading (A)

    Slight knock/injury ? (don't know - but would be a possible reason)
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    Lewis Holtby

    I thought he had played reasonably well over last few matches ?
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    Lewis Holtby

    I understand where you are coming from - but (if is as good as people say) you sometimes have to just take opportunities as they present themselves. Though I think TM has had excellent backing from the owners - it is still obvious that we can't cherry pick players as we did in Kennys golden era. In terms of planning - he wants to play a better passing game. He has tried Buckley to help that - presumably Holtby is seen as the playmaker we have been missing for a long time.
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    West Brom Away

    Hmmm ... Warhurst started as a centre half - then converted to striker - the Kenny master stroke to convert to midfield. Chris Sutton started centre back. So converting players from other positions can work out - and for the previous 3 games both players got good reviews.
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    Sheffield united away- League cup

    Alternatively they could sell all our best players, parts of Brockhall, parts of Ewood - run a shadow club after getting back as much of their money as possible. Seriously I do wonder when our ever expanding debt will end. But would fans want us to sell Dack to pay off part of the debt ? (though he will probably have to be sold for FFP reasons)
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    Sheffield united away- League cup

    Be careful what you wish for. A bit like those fans that want Venkys to go - and leave us like Bury or Bolton.
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    Sheffield united away- League cup

    The old axis of power to be returned - with Smallwood and Evans. I wouldn't risk any of Saturday's starters - but is opportunity for Chapman, Brereton, Nyambe, Rothwell and Buckley to show us what they can do.
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    Cardiff-home

    Whether the right thing or not - will make a prediction that Williams will move to left back - with Tosin at centre. Not seen Cardiff play for a while - but if they are a typical Warnock side - it would make sense. For most other teams (with Cunningham out) - would play Downing at LB to get Rothwell in the team.
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    Hull (A)

    He already mentioned needing Tosin height for Cardiff - so expect either three at back or Williams at left back
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    Hull (A)

    A word of warning - though we deserved to win - the last two wins have all been about fine margins - which could easily go against is in the next match. In the same way the fine margins went against us in the previous two matches. Encouraging signs - but let's be realistic.
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    Hull (A)

    Gallagher earnt his place in the side after Saturday
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    Tony Mowbray Discussion

    Interesting that reverting to long ball was as much about Gallagher as it was Graham 🤔
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    Middlesbrough (H)

    I am alone in this - but beyond the penalty I really struggle to think what else DG actually did. I also think we looked one paced at times with DG and Dack up front. Funny that our main outlet was Gallagher - both winning more headers than anyone else and providing much needed pace.
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    Oldham

    Don't think it is strange - TM obviously wanted Gallagher last season. When we couldn't get him - we went for Brereton. Have to seriously question the scouting on this one. Though they are both physically similar in stature - Gallagher puts in far more effort - and is more robust than Brereton. Obviously hope both come good - but at the moment Gallagher looks by far the most likely.
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