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Tom Stinny

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  1. Tom Stinny

    Summer Transfer Window 2019

    Agree with this point. It's okay going with the idea of trying to give the guy some sort of career and income and many will say it wouldn't be right to boot these types of players out the door but think of it in another way. In extending a contract for someone who can't offer what's needed just to prolong their career here. You are directly ending a career of a young academy player who might be ready to run through walls to get their chance. Blackburn Rovers owe no player a career. Not from your Dacks to your Gladwins. If you play and are employed by the club then you contribute in someway or another. As for the previous poster stating that we should be out next year with the team we've got. We were in a 10+ losing run which took us from top 6 to near bottom 3. We will be near relegated next year if improvements are not made.
  2. Tom Stinny

    Summer Transfer Window 2019

    Instead of McKay Stevens I'd rather get Jamaal Lowe from Portsmouth at least he's done well in the English leagues. Half of the Scottish premiership would get demolished in league 1 and I don't think even Celtic would get top 6 in the championship. Poor league with very very few quality players.
  3. Tom Stinny

    Summer Transfer Window 2019

    A midfield option for us could be Joe Aribo at Charlton. Around 22 years old and nearly has double figures in goals with a few assists as well. Also think he's meant to be a powerful tall player and is near the end of his contract.
  4. Tom Stinny

    Summer Transfer Window 2019

    A quality centre half who dominates and leads by example will improve the likes of Bell, Raya and Nyambe. I'd rather have 3 proven signings at centre back, centre midfield and striker than 6 or 7 maybes.
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    Rather shift Bennet to the wing and bring Nyambe back in. Keep Armstrong for later in the game for his speed. Swap him directly for Bennet around 60 minutes in. Or simply put our other winger in Chapman in the team.
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    Ben Brereton

    I don't believe for a moment that Brereton was the managers signing. I'm more sure it's the owners signing with a warning to the manager to put up or ship out. Although I won't lay any major blame at the players feet as he's been poorly managed this season. But...... You've got to admire the morals though yeah? Another manager who will pull the party line to keep his wage. At least that plonker Lambert called them out on it.
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    Raya Bennet Lenihan Williams Bell Smallwood Travis Conway Dack Armstrong Graham I can't see him not changing the team.
  8. Tom Stinny

    Summer Transfer Window 2019

    If they got to the premier league I don't think they'll sign him up again. They'll look to bring in a younger quality forward.
  9. Tom Stinny

    Summer Transfer Window 2019

    Incomings Liam Lindsey Patrick Bauer Dominic Iorfa Jake Bidwell (Free) Harrison Reed Will Vaulks Jon Taylor (Free) David Mcgouldrick (Free) Garry Hooper (Free) There's definitely players out there who can contribute.
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    Mowbray: Stay or go?

    Kean quote - Goodwillie is the new Scottish Wayne Rooney. Mowbray quote - Evans and Smallwood play better than Reed.
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    The mysterious case of Joe Rothwell.

    I think it's more along the lines of being weak willed against the senior players. You've got Evans, Smallwood, Bennet, Mulgrew and Conway who shouldn't start regular games yet can be guaranteed to be playing. It's already been demonstrated that he'll dig Raya and Rothwell out. He doesn't dig Brereton because of his price but if he cost a low amount he'd be on the hit list as well. It's cowardly, piss poor management. It isn't being to afraid of other teams it's simply keeping the right players happy. Everyone else can do one mentality.
  12. Tom Stinny

    Summer Transfer Window 2019

    Dack won't go to the premier league. He's a good player but doesn't have the speed to be effective enough. The most dangerous team who might take him is Fulham who will be in the championship next year. He doesn't have the mentality for the top league.
  13. Tom Stinny

    Summer Transfer Window 2019

    Controversial opinion, I'd rather keep Williams for centre back cover than Mulgrew. He's a better natural defender than him just with his ability to stand up to forwards more in a physical battle.
  14. Tom Stinny

    ROVERS V Frank Lampards DCFC

    Good performance last night and think the fans deserved to see a win like that. No coincidence that the better players played and we won the game. Will give the manager some credit for picking the team but I still think he's messed this season up especially when you see the agility on the pitch yesterday and you've got Bristol city in 5th position. Team get an 8/10 for last night, manager gets 7/10 but over the season it's more like a 4/10 done well in spots but can't see the obvious in front of him. Better managers out there. If we could get them then I would. Rothwell won't play next game and the usuals will be back in the team. Watch this space........
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    ROVERS V Frank Lampards DCFC

    Understand what you mean. It's a lose-lose situation. I'd rather be entertained a little and just go with the mentality of stuff it we'll have a go too. I think we'll lose this one regardless of the recent form as they have better players all over the pitch. The only player or two I'd take would be Graham and Dack possibly, can't say any of the rest would get in. Some might say Reed but they've got Mount, Wilson, Huddleston, Johnson the list keeps going. Maybe Lenihan as a rotation player at a stretch. If we had a set way of playing that was effective I'd be more confident but I think this will be the game a lot of fans turn. Could be a 1-3 or 1-4 going off recent form. Hopefully it's not the case though.

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