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  1. Traviscon

    Mowbray’s Future

    Which makes it all the more confusing why we're tripe at the back, considering Mowbrays very decent career as a centre half. That back line of ours too often look like a bunch of strangers rangled off the street.
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    Ben Brereton

    Reminds me a bit of the Pedersen situation when he first signed. Sparky knew what to do with him, guess we have to hope Mowbray can do the same.
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    Brentford v Rovers

    But clearly outside of the funds we had available. As he said, clubs, players and agents were trying to rinse every penny. Summer is the time.
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    Brentford v Rovers

    I'd probably agree with you there. I don't think he is. However I agree with the sentiments that we aren't ready to go up yet, the results alone show that. But in a way, I'd rather not do this season. This is the first time in a long time I can see some sort of plan at Ewood, and that is largely down to Mowbray. The players we've brought in, the team spirit, the gradual introduction of some of the youngsters - it's a far cry from dicking 80k on Etuhu and Murphy. The team needs help as Mowbray has said before, today it showed. But let's give the guy a chance to build a proper challenging championship team (the summer window and next Jan) before we start looking elsewhere.
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    I'll take any of the 3 mentioned. It's clear we need another striker in the ilk of Graham. I'll be vastly disappointed if we end up with no-one. That's my only concern with this window. We have previous.
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    He reminds me a lot of when we had Josh King. Frightens people when running at them, but invariably missed big chunks of the season through injury.
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    AFC Bournemouth v ROVERS

    Great challenge I thought. Thankfully backup.
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    Premier League Stuff

    Pretty much my thoughts whilst watching the West Ham game this afternoon.
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    Ben Brereton

    I'd be more worried about the fact it would only take our management team 4 months to come to that opinion after purchasing him for 7m (our almost recording signing). That would surely mean this scouting system we have is tripe.
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    Loan Window

    Wouldn't be totally surprised if we got another striker on a 6/12 month loan. We were looking at Brereton before Samuel got injured, depending on how serious it is, TM may think we need another to cover that injury.
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    Loan Window

    Probably because you responded with "who? Who? Who?" To the original post.
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    Thursday deadline.

    I see your point, but he also played in the Dutch league and tried to transition the Premier League, 53 games in the league we're in is probably a different story.
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    Thursday deadline.

    It's a lot of money for potential, but (From Wikipedia): Brereton was subsequently called up to represent England at the 2017 UEFA European Under-19 Championship.[14] In the group stage, he scored the winner against the Netherlands[15] and twice against Germany.[16] Brereton was a second-half substitute during the victory against Portugal in the final.[17] His total of three goals meant Brereton was joint top goalscorer at the tournament.[18] Brereton also played at the 2018 UEFA European Under-19 Championship, scoring his only goal of the tournament in the opening group stage match against Turkey.[19] You can't really argue that he hasn't delivered at the levels he's played at.
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    Transfers Part 2

    Chaddy, I think you're a decent bloke and always appreciate your input. However, let me give you some quick advice. Imo that post comes across as pompous, if you changed your perceived tone, people may give you a break.
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    Who will stay, who will leave?

    Chaddy, that's ironic considering the quote of yours that Stuart used. For what it's worth I can see Graham, Mulgrew and Steele leaving. The first two probably due to wages and I suspect they'll get Championship offers, Steele will leave as he's clearly out of favour, not sure who'll take him though.

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