salmonbones

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salmonbones last won the day on September 26 2016

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  1. I don't get why anyone would avoid watching this final i've currently got on. It's a game of football. I'm a grown man, I can accept we didn't get to Wembley.
  2. You tell no lies, but my god there is so much room for not just improvement but extra ability to sell to a crowd. I never go down at half time, unless you want to miss the last five minutes of a game you won't get served. The amount of space available to utilise is unbelievable. A torn to the ground and rebuilt kop, taking away the iconic mound (but rebuilding it the same) could give an awesome amount of extra revenue year on year. Extra toilets, extra boxes (if we don't out price them, that is!) etc. Not to mention if the land opposite HAS been bought by the club, an overhead passage to exit the ground into a multi storey carpark, to restaurants, to other facilities.
  3. 1st bold - not only an eye for a pass, but forward and cutting. 2nd bold - we don't need that although I don't know enough of him to know if that is true or not. Also, he would not be the main man at Hillsborough.
  4. I'm guessing you follow the Alan Irvine school of thought. To me, football is a much simpler game.
  5. I seriously think you need to wobble your head. That's what I seriously think.
  6. Yes, if you are totally blind to actual football played. Rhodes is seemingly more a scapegoat than Nuhiu, and Rhodes has scored some - despite being less than match fit. Despite the stats about him being on the pitch and our scoring record, we still get t1ts spouting pap like this, really? On form it would be Joao (who I would personally keep), and Nuhiu and everyone knows it. The truth is we won't ditch joao because of hit potential resale value and for some reason Carlos values Nuhui.
  7. Loovens needs to be 3rd choice next season, Lees second - which means our main outlay needs to be a CB After Sasso has left that leaves at least one more CD to sign, I would prefer 2 more - 3 in total. That is unless we improve in midfield and Hutchinson drops back into defence permanently, which I can't see happening - he always has a knack of being our best in midfield when we need bite - he bites.
  8. Sign up for Google Alerts for the search term "Sheffield Wednesday" - you get emailed as soon as the search engine crawls anything new and indexes it. "sheffield Wednesday" As-it-happens update ⋅ 26 May 2017 WEB CONOR GRANT TO SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY Shamrock Rovers FC Conor Grant departs for Sheffield Wednesday. All at Shamrock Rovers F.C. would like to wish Conor Grant well on his move to Sheffield Wednesday. Flag as irrelevant "sheffield Wednesday" As-it-happens update ⋅ 26 May 2017 WEB CONOR GRANT TO SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY Shamrock Rovers FC Conor Grant departs for Sheffield Wednesday. All at Shamrock Rovers F.C. would like to wish Conor Grant well on his move to Sheffield Wednesday. Flag as irrelevant
  9. And that's the beauty of it, not like when we let go Geary, Quinn and Bromby. Times really have changed, but they won't admit it for a moment.
  10. I just think that Loovens isn't getting any younger, or less injury prone. The ever present Lees is no longer considered ever present, then we have Sasso, then Hutchinson as emergency cover. I think three CB's with one good enough to replace Loovens as a starter is the way forwards. Now I say that hoping Loovens steps up and keeps any new signings on the bench also because I really like him as a player, but we need quality in that area more than anywhere else for the times when Lees and or Loovens is out.
  11. Lascelles now he is one I'd not thought about, but I do know that he's not wanted by Newcastle fans - and he has some very good pedigree. The two occasions I have seen him I wasn't overly impressed though. - and one of those wasn't even playing for Newcastle, so I may be a bit out of date with my knowledge/info.
  12. Not a chance in hell he is on that. I know nowt and I still know that much.
  13. Can only be good for Sasso and Semedo, both can do a decent job elsewhere.
  14. I think it shows a lack of ambition by Sasso. He is a pro footballer, he is signing already knowing he's not going to be a mainstay and may even only get match time when others are unfit or suspended. In truth despite his lapses, he would be in the starting 11 for most teams - ok, not most, maybe the likes of those promoted and those like Huddersfield who don't have the budget. I'd even say teams like Ipswich and those of the same ilk he would be a starter. For SWFC though this is probably good news - stability and a decent backup.