EcclesallOwl

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  1. Westwood Lees Hutchinson Loovens Hunt Wallace Bannan Reach Hooper Rhodes Forestieri
  2. Sasso's better than both - can actually bring the ball out from the back as well. Get a Lewis Dunk next to him and we'd be sorted
  3. http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/steve-bruce-mistake-tells-you-12728663
  4. Been better than Lees this season
  5. Sounds like we'll be in for Rhodes but near the deadline, once we've got rid of a few players. Big smile when discussing Hourihane as well. It's all happening.
  6. Playing right back when you don't have to defend for 20 minutes is a bit different to playing a full 90 minutes up against a winger
  7. I agree with CC Definitely back to our best performance wise yesterday, got our fluidity back. Keep performing like that and the wins (& goals) will come very quickly.
  8. Big difference between lazy and not running around like a headless chicken
  9. Seen a few quotes on twitter taken off here, mainly about Chansiri's comments about stripes on the kit and they're simply just not true
  10. Fucccck that viva la new badge viva la new kit viva la actually having good players viva la new Wednesday
  11. That black kit is fucccccking incredible Like the other two, not sure the home kit is a Wednesday kit but like the actual shirt
  12. kit

    He definitely sent them back Said he wasn't happy with the quality/design and wouldn't accept them until they were to his standards
  13. Tommy Elphick for £3m would be a cracking signing for Villa
  14. Per @bigadamsport: There's no truth to newspaper reports linking #swfc boss CC with the Southampton job.
  15. Southampton are considering Sheffield Wednesday boss Carlos Carvalhal as a replacement for Ronald Koeman. The Portuguese coach has had a somewhat nomadic managerial career, taking in 12 clubs before arriving at Hillsborough last summer, and is expected to talk to the Saints hierarchy in the coming days. But his first season in charge of the Owls was a huge success, leading them to sixth place and the Championship playoff final - only to lose to Hull at Wembley. The 50-year-old also beat Arsenal to knock them out of the Capital One Cup in the fourth round, winning the award for the competition's best manager. Ronald Koeman left Southampton to take over at Everton and this week insinuated that he was in the position where he had to either sign a new deal or leave the club. The Dutchman received a payrise thanks to the influx of funds at Goodison Park and new shareholder Farhad Moshiri.