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Don Said

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Don Said last won the day on April 12 2019

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  1. Not sure he would fancy Tony's 36 month 'see how you are on the wing' induction
  2. Agree. I've heard a few dismiss him straight away, thinking it's just a lazy Rovers link. But he has many qualities, ticks a lot of our boxes.
  3. Beyond pathetic. It’s hard to watch. Same old shit. No attempt to change things. It’s negligent. Mowbray Out.
  4. I'm not interested in whether we win 3-0 or lose 3-0. As long as we play well.................................
  5. This is utterly appalling, we don’t look anywhere near a side set up to get a result. Mowbray Out.
  6. Very happy to read this. Well done and thanks to those who fought for our clubs true best interests. Out with the Coventry 3.
  7. They have a few players like Moore and Flint who are a good few inches taller than Lenihan and Harwood Bellis. 4 or 5 conceded from set piece headers probably wouldn't be a shock given the types of goals we love to concede. Mowbray's solution will be to play Gallagher and hope for the best.
  8. Cardiff got battered in their last game, but unlike our manager, McCarthy will not let his players get away with it. He will have them fired up, using their arses and elbows and everything they can to get the points, whilst Father Tony sends our lads out with a reminder of how well they are playing. Fortunately for Cardiff I would fancy an 11 of arses and elbows alone to beat our dross. 3 points to lessen the chances of a criminal relegation are welcome but there wouldn't be much to celebrate.
  9. Waggott - “Spend just an extra £54.99 on top of your regular Season Ticket price, and get a shirt for FREE!” Genius.
  10. I think we all felt he is safe, with no threat of his job being reviewed until the season is over. The very real (albeit slim) threat of relegation is the one factor that could change that and force an immediate decision. A lot of people quickly realised that threat exists yesterday. I don't expect the decision makers at the club to both realise that and act upon it, but I'm hoping for a minor miracle.
  11. I think he is nailed on to be our right back next season, with Nyambe moving on, and Pike as #2. I saw Rich Sharpe post a stat around him starting something like 16 out of the 17 games he's been available this season. Given he has been predominantly used at right back, that tells a story. Still disappointed about the whole Nyambe situation, he's an ever improving academy player of starting calibre in this league, but that's a different debate. I do recognise that with the JRC/Pike emergence, cashing in on Nyambe (whilst we can) would arguably be the sale that impacts the squad the least. Agree with OP; although Bernt Haas will always be the greatest name for me. I always saw JRC as an attacking player, as you immeditately see his technical footballing qualities. But he's surprised me this season and has grown in to that right back role well. He likes a tackle, seems to be in the right place at the right time, and wins a lot of his headers. Hopefully he can keep improving on that, and along with Pickering on the other side, we should have two good young dynamic fullbacks to watch.
  12. Buckley has really taken his chance. Can be a big player for us used properly. Touch was brilliant tonight, can pick tight passes well and his ability to beat a man without pace shows real skill
  13. Yes - Apart from THB and Douglas (no viable current alternative) we should be looking to field an 11 of players who we think will be here next season. E.g Trybull had a good game Saturday but likely won't be here next season - maybe we should go Buckley/Travis/Dack rather than Buckley/Trybull/Dack to see if it works at all. One watch out for that tomorrow is JRC. Just back from a hamstring and went off with cramp after an hour on Saturday. Another start tomorrow could be a risk not worth taking so soon, especially with Nyambe able to step directly in (that said don't be surprised if Mowbray starts Bennett!!).
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