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  1. The effect joining the Chile national team has had on BB Díaz has been unreal. 10 goals in 11 games means he's already more than doubled his return for the previous 3 seasons combined. 2 goals in this international break will keep his confidence sky high. He's become the player he promised to be when he first joined and I wouldn't be surprised if he got a big move in January.
  2. he really needs a loan in January to see if he's cut out for the EFL.
  3. Annesley played 90 mins in the 6-0 defeat to the Netherlands. Had some good moments but it's hard to have a good game when you're under constant attack from players like Depay and Klaasen. Special praise for debut goalkeeper Bradley Banda, the national team's 3rd choice goalkeeper who got called in due to injury to Coleing and Goldwin's suspension and ended up saving a Depay penalty in one of his first pieces of action. Dutch fans full of praise for the 23 year old, still working part time as a teaching assistant for disabled children at a special needs school in Gibraltar. Kind of shows that the goalkeeping department is thriving over there and maybe pro teams should start taking note.
  4. Gibraltar 2-0 down to Montenegro at HT. Annesley's been pretty assured throughout the first half, playing in the middle of a back 5 but moving into midfield when Gibraltar advance with the ball. A mistake from Joseph Chipolina allowed an early first goal before goalkeeper Chino gave away a penalty towards HT. Otherwise not much to report on. I will say for any scouts that the Gibraltar left midfielder Julian Valarino has been a nuisance down the wing.
  5. If Mowbray and the board can actually bother to bring some players in during the January break to add some depth to the first team then hopefully some of the U23s will actually get to go out on loan. The problem is everyone at the club seemed to want to wait and see how much they can get for Armstrong and BB Díaz before even starting to sign players and left it too little too late, which also meant it was too late to loan out the youngsters. In January as fixture pileups and relegation scraps cause the League One and League Two clubs to start loaning in more youngsters, opportunities will come for the Blackburn kids. The board just needs to let them have that chance.
  6. Yeah I think Louie would have 100% gone out on loan had the first team not been paper thin.
  7. BB Díaz has been like a new signing since becoming Chilean
  8. Not sure playing him last night, when just 3 days prior he was playing against Norway in Oslo, was a good idea. Essentially played on Tuesday, flew back Wednesday, trained on Thursday and played on Friday. I'd be tired too.
  9. Louie did appear to get a slight knock against Norway, eventually subbed off due to it with 10 mins left. Did an admirable job against a Norwegian team out to prove a point after a lacklustre 3-0 display in their last meeting. Ended up with Norway having 43 attempts on goal, of which 14 were on target, 16 were off target, and 13 were blocked (so a lot of respect has to be put on the Gibraltar defensive line), ending 5-1.
  10. He put in a good shift against Latvia on Wednesday before getting taken off in an attacking change (Annesley as DM replaced by Anthony Hernandez, an AM/CF) which backfired when Latvia scored twice.
  11. Unfortunately a booking means Annesley will now miss the Turkey game on Saturday, but he'll return for the Norway game.
  12. Annesley starts in midfield for Gibraltar. Wycombe striker Tjay De Barr leads the attack.
  13. Any odds on Annesley getting that loan he's been after all summer?
  14. Annesley again involved in Gibraltar's squad for games against Latvia, Turkey and Norway. Realistic chance of points against Latvia, who have a lot of Riga FC and RFS players. Could be of interest to scouts looking at Lincoln's players, after the Gibraltar champions knocked out Riga (hence why Gibraltar could realistically win next week) to secure a spot in the Group Stage of the Europa Conference League (where they'll face PAOK, Copenhagen and Slovan Bratislava). New Wycombe Wanderers striker Tjay De Barr also involved.
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