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10 Mar 2018 16:56:10
Shocking.
No heart, no fight. 11 individuals not playing as a team.
Too late to sack the manager. who do we bring in.
Yesterday we had our own fate in our hands. Now we don't.

cyprussaint

1.) 11 Mar 2018 00:19:17
No heart at all chris, although with 8 games I say sack him and get someone in until the end of season. He is not going to win another game. Silva perhaps.


2.) 11 Mar 2018 00:29:37
Yup. I'm starting to think the only reason players play better against Tottenham and the other big clubs, is to increase their value so that when we get relegated, they'll find a new club easy.


3.) 11 Mar 2018 07:50:23
And this is the big problem. No one wants to play for Southampton, no one cares enough. These players still get paid every week, win or lose. We're a feeder club, the only reason people join us is to get a bigger move away. There is no passion, honestly I think relegation will be the best thing for us, we can have a yard sale and get rid of all the deadweight. I'd rather have us playing in the Championship with players that want to actually play for the club where the badge means something to them.


4.) 11 Mar 2018 08:58:52
Did you see the Hojbjerg interview the guy clearly has pride and is hurting and Lemina although poor yesterday clearly feels the hurt. I just don’t know where we go from here almost feel like okay some of the kids and give them a chance although maybe unfair in them at this stage if the season with where we are. 3 weeks to next game need something to change badly.


5.) 11 Mar 2018 09:23:58
Hi Guys,
Unless Les Read has a manager ready to come in at the end of the season, I mean someone already agreed whether we're in the Premier League or Championship to come in straight away, I can't understand what this clown is still doing here. it's beyond my comprehension. Surely Les Read is not that naive to think this clown is the long term manager of this great club.


 

 

17 Jan 2018 17:51:51
Ed's I've heard rumour off a very poor source I've got to say that we are in for Sturridge on a loan with a buy option at the end of the season. Have you heard anything or is this another false one?

cyprussaint

{Ed002's Note - No, I am not aware of that.}


1.) 17 Jan 2018 18:20:24
Thanks.


2.) 18 Jan 2018 00:04:21
Having seen Walcott move to Everton (he was surely someone we’d have been thinking of getting) I’d think it quite likely, very plausible that we might be interested in England Strikers Daniel Sturridge.

Knowing our recent lack of excitement though, we’ll probably sign his uncle, former Derby striker of the mid-90’s, Dean, by mistake!


 

 

06 Oct 2017 08:32:31
Linked with Walcott again. Not sure if he is the answer?

cyprussaint

1.) 06 Oct 2017 10:05:52
Older version of redmond in my opinion.


2.) 06 Oct 2017 13:53:53
Apart from actually has a finish.


3.) 07 Oct 2017 08:38:39
It's the same old situation wages too high and Mr Goa ain't spending this season.


 

 

26 Aug 2017 08:06:03
5 days before the window closes. Eds any further info about any ins or outs or do you think our business is done now.

cyprussaint

{Ed002's Note - No, it won't be done just yet.}


1.) 26 Aug 2017 08:49:05
Thank you. It's been a wierd window for us this year.


2.) 26 Aug 2017 09:15:10
Mp putting out there that transfer business is done unless a good deal comes up.


3.) 26 Aug 2017 12:20:59
Not signing another striker before the window shuts, would be a big mistake laving just 3 strikers at the club, especially with Austin's injury record.


4.) 26 Aug 2017 13:16:11
Is there anyone new we're interested in Ed? I've heard rumours of a few teams being interested in Long?

{Ed002's Note - Not beyond what I said about Remy.}


5.) 26 Aug 2017 18:07:05
Do you think Remy would be bought out right or do you think he'd been loaned in? If he's still at Chelsea the loan to buy option could work. Similar to Bertrand.

{Ed002's Note - You need to forget the commercial aspects - there are a number of clubs interested in Loic Remy including Southampton.}


 

 

01 Aug 2017 09:46:26
Got a feeling Cedric is on his way out. Eds do you know of any firm interest in him from other clubs?

cyprussaint

{Ed025's Note - barcelona have been looking at him mate..


1.) 01 Aug 2017 10:20:40
He has been quite vocal pre season. I'd be surprised but let's face it if Barcelona come calling. still jeremy pied has looked impressive in the glimpses and looks comfortable in and around the team so ready made replacement.


2.) 01 Aug 2017 13:18:45
I feel Cedric will stay unless we accept and offer which is like saying you can go. He always seems positive and pro saints with publicity etc I am sure if it was made known he could leave there would be no shortage of takers incl Barca. Pied has looked good b4 injury and pre season and will prob get a run while Cedric catches up.


3.) 01 Aug 2017 19:21:06
Hasn't he said recently on his return after the summer. I'm home. That's the only vocal I've heard from him.


4.) 02 Aug 2017 13:20:56
Cedric, Tadic, Bertrand and VVD were all grumpy under Puel and wanting away but all, except Virgil have changed their minds under MoPe and want to stay.


 

 

 

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20 Nov 2018 16:34:12
Haven't posted for a while but just going to put it out there that I don't think a change of manager is what we need (yet) . Our team isn't that good. We are weak in a lot of places. We lack goalscorer, we have nearly men midfielders and We lack leaders. Our central defenders are just about fit for the championship. We need a few decent signings to get us through this season and then we need an overhall. Then and only then should we look at the managers position.

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1.) 20 Nov 2018 17:24:11
I agree that the team needs 2 or 3 good quality players in certain positions but who would oversee the purchase of these players? If it's MH we've seen his choices already and they haven't improved the side. Also if we then changed manager would the new manager be expected to work with players that someone else signed or would the board sanction even more signings? By that time we could already have been relegated of course so the amount of managers that we would have to choose from would be vastly reduced. Personally I think now is the time to make a change to give the new incumbent time to assess the players he has at his disposal and to look at possible signings in January.


2.) 20 Nov 2018 21:04:14
Lack a goalscorer? Errrm we do have quite a few with the likes of Ings, Austin, Gabbi who all have all shown they can be clinical. However we are currently blessed with a rubbish manager who literally isn't coaching the players right. We also have Gallagher and Obafembi who are long overdue to make a first team appearance. They could be, especially gallagher, the solution to our lack of goals. The defence is our weakness but then when you have Vestergaard sat on the bench it is going to be.


3.) 21 Nov 2018 09:04:21
Yep I agree would like too see Hoedt Dropped and Vestergaard starting. Ings and Gabbiadini are actually very good goalscorers and as for the midfield. Lemina and Hojbjerg are brilliant and we have good options off the bench with Romeu, Davis etc. Also Hojbjerg would make a great captain.


4.) 21 Nov 2018 13:46:20
Can’t see us going too wrong with a ball playing or counter attacking manager and a starting XI of;

McCarthy
Cedric Vestergaard Yoshida Bertrand
Lemina Hojbjerg
Gabbiadini Armstrong JWP/ Moi
Ings

With Gunn, Austin, Redmond, Romeu, JWP/ Moi, Targett and Stephens on the bench - genuinely don’t see how this is severely worse off than under Puel - obviously nowhere near the Poch days but still definitely not bottom six material.


 

 

26 Jun 2018 17:01:54
Danny Ings leaving Liverhampton. Apparently cheap money and looking for first team football. Worth a punt as far as I'm concerned.

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1.) 26 Jun 2018 17:53:29
Well it would be a sort of homecoming considering he was born in Winchester. However, he is no real improvement on any of our current strikers and would only make sense if we got rid of a few of our current ones, which we haven't done, and doesn't seem we are doing yet. I do quite like him though despite his injuries and wouldn't mind him at the club.


2.) 26 Jun 2018 19:56:15
Ings is a really good player whose career has been blighted by injury, he plays the no 10 role really well and would be a great addition to the squad. Armstrong will be interesting as he is a goal scoring all action midfield player.


 

 

18 May 2018 21:03:17
End of season and we are all starting to look at ins and outs. One I don't agree with so far is getting rid of FF. He had a really poor season but prior to that he was one of the best in the Prem. If we sell him we need to buy in a second choice keeper. Doesn't make any sense to me:

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{Ed0333's Note - FF is the second choice keeper


1.) 19 May 2018 13:05:24
Think this is the point that FF should go and we use the Academy. Get rid of the older members of the squad.


2.) 19 May 2018 13:51:59
Are you happy to take the risk that if Alex Mc gets an injury or is suspended for a while that an academy player steps in then? I’d rather have FF sitting waiting for his chance. At least he has experience, and like I said has been very good for us previously.


3.) 19 May 2018 19:29:40
Same people who complained about Forster not having any competition for his position now want to get rid of him and leave McCarthy with no competition. makes sense 🙄.


4.) 20 May 2018 00:02:30
All I'm getting at is the pathway to the first team seems to be getting harder. Is the talent not there?


5.) 20 May 2018 06:10:26
Anybody know how harry lewis been doing lately?


6.) 20 May 2018 08:43:43
After a solid start with the Tangerines he lost his place in the starting line-up and spent the final stages on the bench. He went through a difficult time in January but says this has made him a better player. let's hope he returns with confidence intact.

The problem with FF is that we now no longer know what we are going to get. That great run of form he had a couple of seasons back was at a different time and a different team. He showed little signs of such ability or form before that, nor since. Also, we have seen players like Joe Hart, Rob Green, David James etc go from a place of consistent high ability to the startling depths of low confidence and loss of some of the most basic skills of goalkeeping. There’s a lot of pressure on the player between the sticks and more often than not, after a period of poor performance a goalkeeper struggles to recover fully. If the likes of Hart can’t, with so much positive experience to fall back on, its hard to believe Forster can when he has only managed one good season of form.

However, the major issue for the club now is that its not as simple as saying we need a new goalkeeper, a new centre back, a new striker, competition for places here and there. With the RK seemingly confirming the club’s return to selling our best and buying younger players to develop, it might be that we have no choice between FF or AM to be sold. FF may attract little or no attention after this season and so it may be AM who moves on should someone come in for him.

I hope this summer we won’t be quite so desperate to make sales as we have the majority of the VVD money to spend which could see us bring in three or four gifted young players to strengthen the team and provide competition. Also, I hope that on the back of such underperformance, the players have not done enough to attract serious interest from the bigger teams yet that would tempt the board.


7.) 20 May 2018 12:12:19
One thing I don't wanna see is Joe Heart coming to us. Money could and should be spent elsewhere.


8.) 20 May 2018 12:26:01
I don't understand why you're saying we're going back to selling our best players (for starters, we never stopped doing that! ) .

But still, it's not like this was a deliberate policy, we simply developed good players and generally received offers for them that were too good to turn down.

I did read your post about this Figo, and it struck me as you reading between the lines and finding things that just weren't really there? To me, the Southampton way meant that we play attractive football (which I think is the biggest thing RK was talking about here), bring youngsters through and generally run the club in a sound fashion with long-term development in mind.


9.) 20 May 2018 14:19:51
I read the RK interview with hope that we would have some clarity on the lessons learned and an outline of the strategy the club will deploy to avoid a repeat of this season.

Unfortunately, the interview is an awful read given that it appears to have been typed verbatim but what RK is saying is quite clear. No interpretation is required on transfer policy when he states the following:
‘Maybe we didn’t deal with the transfer policy right because we wanted to consolidate the team and for the very first time we didn’t sell a player we didn’t want to sell and we left the Southampton Way a little bit. Possibly that was a reason. ’
‘…if you do the net on buys and sells possibly one of the biggest things we got away from was the pathway to the top clubs last summer. When Sadio Mane came and he told us he wanted to be the best football player in the world he truly believed that. He came and played his two years and he went and now he’s playing in the Champions League final. We allowed that pathway and we were an important part of that and we should be proud of that but we got away from that.
‘Maybe our ambition made us reach for a pathway that wasn’t ours. The consolidation of a team and the not selling of any players possibly exactly was one of the biggest mistakes we made as a board last summer. I think our club decision to consolidate last year and hang on to core players was for Southampton Football Club wasn’t the right time to do that. That definitely hurt us. ’

In short, consolidating the squad was wrong, not selling players (not just VVD) was wrong and was perhaps based on the club incorrectly believing we know longer needed to do that. That was the wrong path. By then saying we should be proud of being a stepping stone and developing players for other clubs to benefit, he is clearly stating this is the right path as this is where our success came from.

I disagree with you entirely if you truly believe that this was not a transfer policy. It most certainly was and was a foundation of the Southampton way. We develop young players to integrate them into the first team and strengthen from within as we do not have the financial clout to compete with the top half of the premier league. The whole focus of the Southampton way is for there to be a blueprint in place, followed from the youth teams up, to make the loss of coaching staff or players incidental as someone else will be in place to step in as seamlessly as possible. Player and head coach turnover was expected. Not only were we intending to be a stepping stone for players but for coaching staff too. The Southampton Way blueprint included the general tactic of playing attractive, attacking, possession based football, but you’ve filtered out the rest if that is all you think the Southampton Way is.

Note that RK does not use an example of a good young player coming up from the youth ranks and now breaking into the first team like Josh Sims. Instead, he uses the example of Sadio Mane who used us as a stepping stone. It is clear that to RK and the club see the latter is the Southampton Way and the thing to be proud of.


10.) 20 May 2018 17:00:22
(Apologies if this is duplicated. Thought I posted it a few hours ago but its not on the site so I'm re-posting) .

I read the RK interview with hope that we would have some clarity on the lessons learned and an outline of the strategy the club will deploy to avoid a repeat of this season.

Unfortunately, the interview is an awful read given that it appears to have been typed verbatim but what RK is saying is quite clear. No interpretation is required on transfer policy when he states the following:
‘Maybe we didn’t deal with the transfer policy right because we wanted to consolidate the team and for the very first time we didn’t sell a player we didn’t want to sell and we left the Southampton Way a little bit. Possibly that was a reason. ’
‘…if you do the net on buys and sells possibly one of the biggest things we got away from was the pathway to the top clubs last summer. When Sadio Mane came and he told us he wanted to be the best football player in the world he truly believed that. He came and played his two years and he went and now he’s playing in the Champions League final. We allowed that pathway and we were an important part of that and we should be proud of that but we got away from that.
‘Maybe our ambition made us reach for a pathway that wasn’t ours. The consolidation of a team and the not selling of any players possibly exactly was one of the biggest mistakes we made as a board last summer. I think our club decision to consolidate last year and hang on to core players was for Southampton Football Club wasn’t the right time to do that. That definitely hurt us. ’

In short, consolidating the squad was wrong, not selling players (not just VVD) was wrong and was perhaps based on the club incorrectly believing we know longer needed to do that. That was the wrong path. By then saying we should be proud of being a stepping stone and developing players for other clubs to benefit, he is clearly stating this is the right path as this is where our success came from.

I disagree with you entirely if you truly believe that this was not a transfer policy. It most certainly was and was a foundation of the Southampton way. We develop young players to integrate them into the first team and strengthen from within as we do not have the financial clout to compete with the top half of the premier league. The whole focus of the Southampton way is for there to be a blueprint in place, followed from the youth teams up, to make the loss of coaching staff or players incidental as someone else will be in place to step in as seamlessly as possible. Player and head coach turnover was expected. Not only were we intending to be a stepping stone for players but for coaching staff too. The Southampton Way blueprint included the general tactic of playing attractive, attacking, possession based football, but you’ve filtered out the rest if that is all you think the Southampton Way is.

Note that RK does not use an example of a good young player coming up from the youth ranks and now breaking into the first team like Josh Sims. Instead, he uses the example of Sadio Mane who used us as a stepping stone. It is clear that to RK and the club see the latter is the Southampton Way and the thing to be proud of.


11.) 21 May 2018 19:14:44
Sad reality but the matter of fact is we sell our best players because let's face it, when teams like Manchester United or Liverpool come calling then it's a no brainer choosing them over us. Maybe as fans we wear our rose-tinted glasses a bit too tight and forget that the players coming through never grew up supporting the Saints. I think only Targett is the genuine saints fan in the team atm. I do not fault any players for leaving, as football is a short career and it's natural for people to not take a risk on ifs and buts and maybes regarding Southampton reaching the pinnacle of the league and suddenly compete consistently in the champions league while being able to pay benchwarmers 90k a week wages and being a giant global brand. Besides, would anyone really want to keep a player who doesn't want to be here? (Re: VVD) It just makes no sense. There isn't much we can do. Moreover, the fact that we somewhat built a reputation as a selling club is what benefits us at the moment. Up and coming players see us as a ticket to bigger teams and be a better footballer as a result. Say if you are a young talented footballer who isn't the finished product yet and no big clubs are taking a chance on you and your only entry to possibly the most watched league in the world is through a midtable club, would you go to a team who's players seldom go to a big team or a team where they sell players to the biggest teams in the country? I truly believe Mane and VVD to mention the least see us as a stepping stone. This is what makes us a better prospect than say Watford or Stoke. Players who arrive are more determined and motivated to give their all as they consider being here means having better chances to reach their goals and move their career to the next level than other teams. When we hold back players against their wishes, won't potential players lose interest in joining us? Seeing that the ticket to the bigger stage that used to be hand fed at St. mary's itself has now been cut off. Although I might be interpreting this a bit too forward. I have no idea what the southampton way brings in the short term. Plus we sold VVD anyways and he didn't have the best last half season with us. So whatever model we used during the start of season, whether it's a far cry from the southampton way or a misinterpertation of it or an attempted effort to develop it, to me, has failed.


 

 

02 Apr 2018 22:36:28
I can only see us getting 4 more points. Any differing views?

cyprussaint

1.) 03 Apr 2018 07:32:10
We need to beat both Swansea and Bournemouth, and then one of Everton and Leicester. That'd get us to 37 points which is probably just about enough I reckon.

Doable still, but i'd say this is the first time I'd see us as more likely to go down than stay up. If we play like we did on Saturday we wouldn't beat a non league side.


2.) 03 Apr 2018 11:00:01
I'm hoping the result puts everything into perspective for MH. He's probably not to blame but at the same time, I saw a lot of route one football that you would expect from Hughes and it did not work once.
Again 4-4-2 not a good formation for our squad. Tadic and Redmond are not good wingers. We don't have a midfielder that can play as part of a 4-4-2.
From what I've seen 4-3-3 would probably be out best formation to play.


3.) 03 Apr 2018 11:57:23
I agree with 123, in terms of it is now looking more likely to go down. That said I am not ready to give up, even if some of the players appear to.

I recall Figo predicting that 34 points will be enough, even if this is right we need at least 2 wins, but I still think it will require more. think 8 points is required, but personally I can't see where they will come from.

WBA aside, we look the worst in the division based on recent games and I was hoping for the manager bounce. I would say the performance on Saturday was on par with any poor performances I have seen.


4.) 03 Apr 2018 17:17:41
Something has to click at some point it surely has to
The players are at a all time low but some result that we all think will go the other way will come to us and give confidence it’s got to
Yes they’ve played the worst football I can remember in the last 2 games but Hughes is no mug and he’s already said he will be dropping the 4 and 5 out of ten players and try to get some momentum with the rest
The thing is with that attitude shown we’d struggle playing eleven players from our last 2 away performances
I’m not ready to throw the towel in yet but as Charlie said
It’s going to be the sort of escape act that Houdini would have been proud of get out of this
I’m off to arsenal Sunday with slight optimism only slight
But that’s all we’ve got at the moment
Thing is Huddersfield have a really tough run in their last 4 games are awful and I honestly can’t see them getting anything from those games
So if we can keep them in our sights and keep stoke below us we’ve got a chance.


5.) 04 Apr 2018 02:57:43
Arsenal (A) Loss
Chelsea (H) Loss
Leicester (A) Draw (if we're lucky! )
B'Muff (H) Win
Everton (A) Win
City (H) Loss

7 points maximum.

Huddersfield will be our closest rivals

Brighton (A) Draw
Watford (H) Loss
Chelsea (A) Loss
Everton (H) Win
City (A) Loss
Arsenal (H) Loss

4 points.

We would be above them on goal difference only.

Stoke will get a max of 4 points and be relegated.

Palace will get 10 points and be safe, Swansea will get 6-9 points too.

We must catch Huddersfield.


6.) 04 Apr 2018 05:10:12
You forgot Swansea on your list.


7.) 04 Apr 2018 08:24:49
Diggy5471, I said Swansea would get between 6 and 9 points, which takes them beyond what we are likely to get. I don't think they're in the mix anymore.


8.) 04 Apr 2018 19:36:51
No we’ve got to play them.


9.) 04 Apr 2018 20:32:14
NZ so what you thinks the score going to be.


 

 

31 Mar 2018 16:54:59
Shocking.

cyprussaint

1.) 31 Mar 2018 18:06:46
I didn’t see today’s match and I’m pretty pleased I didn’t. I’ll catch up with extended highlights at some point when I’m feeling in a bad mood. Looking simply at stats, we had only 9 shots with none on target and our lowest passing accuracy percentage of the season (73%), worse even than against Newcastle.

At the moment, the only positive I can take from this is that it’ll show Mark Hughes the true problem faced by this team. He described our league position as ‘baffling’ (which in my view can’t purely be laid at the feet of MP2). I assume he means he doesn’t understand why this group of players have failed to perform as well as he thinks they can. Today, he’s seen first-hand why. After a similar below par performance, MP2 said that the one positive he can take from the match is he knows who will stand up to pressure and who will not. MH will hopefully have made similar notes today and I hope its early enough for him to adjust his view of the players at his disposal.

Given he was baffled, it’s a little disappointing MH didn’t pay more attention to the psychological strength of the team as it now appears the most glaring issue with this assembly of players. We can all see they have ability, but clearly there’s a problem with confidence, performance and application when under pressure. Not when we’re plucky underdogs, but when we face a must-win game.

I’ll give MH the benefit of the doubt and say that its fair in some cases for an experienced manager to replace a less experienced one and assume he will improve things because he’s a better manager, but after today’s performance, its clear we have little time for MH’s pride to hamper a revised approach for the remainder of the season. The best managers are not only capable of devising tactics and coaching patterns of play, but crucially, they know how to motivate their players. What this side needs is an injection of inspiration, belief and confidence in themselves and each other. Usually, this grows from results but we don’t have the luxury of time. We need instant impact, so what does a manager do to build enough confidence to get the first positive result on which to build momentum? I don’t have the answer but we must now hope MH does. He didn’t when he managed Stoke but perhaps the few months of private reflection out of work gave him time to develop the insight required.

If MH can turn around the fortunes of this team, he can start asserting a claim to be a better manager then MP2. If not, then for all his experience, some will consider him equally flawed. I hear Alan Pardew plans to spend the summer on the beach with big Sam, competing to see who can convince the waves not to break on shore and prove King Canute wrong whilst waiting for the phone to ring with their next Premier League job. let's hope MH doesn’t end up joining them.


2.) 01 Apr 2018 08:22:11
You didn't miss out. Essentially West Ham won the game in the first 20 minutes and could have been 4-0 up. They capitalised on some really silly errors. Lemina, he tries to hold the ball off from 2 players in the middle of the park, gets bullied of it and West Ham get their first goal. This is Lemina's biggest gap in his game, he always seems to want to do that little bit more, take on players and move forward and when it works it's great. But it's risky and costs us possession a lot. Instead he could have just dropped the ball back to Bertrand. Second goal again, PEH gets put under pressure and misplaces a ten yard pass, and our whole defence gets caught out of position. Third goal we have a throw in, in a good area. Instead of being smart and playing the ball out we suck 3 players into a small area of the pitch and lose the ball and get caught on the counter.
We set up with a 4-4-2. This is not the right formation for us. We just kept playing the ball over the and lost it time and time again. We came out better in the second half. That being said, West Ham were 3-0 up and didn't have to do anything.
What I see is a lack of leadership on the pitch. Bertrand wears the armband but does not seem to have any passion for the club.
Tadic was God awful, how his name gets onto the team sheet is beyond me. He's lazy, he's a one trick pony, plays out on the right, gets into some good positions to play the ball in but always cuts it back onto his left, then back onto his right then back onto his left. By the time this has happened any chance to score has gone. We must have had 10 corners yesterday and not one good delivery into the box.


 

 

 

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21 Oct 2018 14:13:38
Bit like poch then?

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24 Mar 2018 08:41:53
Great individual player but certainly hasn’t got a team mentality from what I’ve seen.
I wouldn’t want him.

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14 Mar 2018 03:20:15
I’m pretty sure Kelvin will be in charge for the FA Cup game. I’m also pretty sure he has the players respect. Whether he has the tactical no how I’m not sure.

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12 Feb 2018 02:33:01
Who do we get it though?

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31 Jan 2018 16:34:13
Hmmm!

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26 Aug 2018 07:24:01
Really! 3 games in and you are calling for the head of the guy who kept us up!

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13 Aug 2018 17:07:42
I'm still (I've been saying this for over a year) struggling to find anything positive about Gabby. Would love to see Austin and Ings get regular game time to form a partnership. Personally think this season looks to be a usual roller coaster ride but with much more positives then last year. Happy to finish in the top half. That would be a good season.

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09 Aug 2018 13:45:17
Truly hope he stays. His game is improving all the time with limited pitch minutes.
He also shows passion when we need it. Something sometimes lacking by a lot of our players.

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09 Aug 2018 13:06:13
Reed and if he stays JWP can both play back up right back. As can yosh and Targett. I think we are fully covered there.

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02 Aug 2018 21:40:23
Just about spot on Pete. I'm not sure Sam McQueen was that effective but Targett was outstanding second half. Think yosh might be down the pecking order now.

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