21 Dec 2018 01:40:11
Hutch as assertively stated that Lemina and Gabs are not going anywhere this January and we will hold on to them at least until the end of the season. That being said, given that Les Reed isn't here anymore I'm curious whether we could keep hold of our key players this time. Choosing a frontline between Ings, Gabbiadini, and Carillo might be handy in the future seeing the different style they bring.
Although we might be seeing efforts to get rid of the deadwood.
In other news, Yoshida away for a month for the Asian Cup.

1.) 21 Dec 2018
21 Dec 2018 09:47:20
Definitely said lemina wasn’t going but skirted gabbiadini. Apparently gabbiadini isn’t a fan of Ralph because he’s making them work hard (the same reason he disliked sarri at napoli)

2.) 21 Dec 2018
21 Dec 2018 10:45:52
I don't think losing Gabbi would be too much of a loss, if both Ings and Austin can stay fit they can fill that 'Goal-poacher' mould. What we need is a strong and imposing Target Man, and getting £15m for Gabbi would help in buying one.

3.) 21 Dec 2018
21 Dec 2018 12:46:47
Can't really see Carrillo being much help the man has no pace 😕.

4.) 21 Dec 2018
21 Dec 2018 13:59:00
A few weeks ago I would have been adamantly against Gabbi leaving, however it can’t be coincidental that none of our previous 3 seem to rate him. If the right offer comes along I’d say let him go.

5.) 21 Dec 2018
21 Dec 2018 19:41:27
I think Hassenhutl's appointment makes a target man less important for us than it was under Hughes. Main attributes attackers need are pace and work rate.

6.) 22 Dec 2018
22 Dec 2018 01:35:41
Is Yussuf Poulsen of RB Leipzig not a target man that Hutch used during his time there? David Selke? Granted, Poulsen actually has pace and can press and link up well. All I'm saying is it would be nice to have an alternative plan if we need to buck up some ideas and Carillo's role as a target man might come handy. It gives us different options up front, especially if Gabs is leaving.