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gurujuan

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  1. gurujuan

    Next SWFC Manager Ballotageddon mk3.1

    Don’t think for one moment players like Forestieri want the ball in to his feet ( if he’s lucky ) If you watch him, he’s constantly frustrated, even pointing to where he wants the ball played Our sole attacking options seems to be, lump it up to Fletcher so he can tussle with the centre backs without ever getting it truly under control. None of our other front players are the sort of players who thrive on flick ons It’s pathetic
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    Next SWFC Manager Ballotageddon mk3.1

    Of course, no guarantees, though I rate Jokanovic highly as a coach. As for having no pace in the side, you’d perhaps be surprised how much pace we had if we had a more forward thinking coach Players like Penney, Matias and Joao are pretty quick, certainly quicker than anything our neighbours have However, because they move the ball apace, and are always looking to get forward, they look a much more mobile side than us. It’s Jos’s sterile tactics that make us seem so pedestrian
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    Next SWFC Manager Ballotageddon mk3.1

    Not recently he hasn’t
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    Owls watching Tranmere player

    If this guy was any good, someone would have given him a chance before now Can’t think of any modern day footballers who have made that type of transition at his age You never say never, but it’s highly unlikely
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    Next SWFC Manager Ballotageddon mk3.1

    Sure there are no guarantees, so I’ll take the one who at least will play entertaining football. Jokanovic is the only one on that list who I’d trust to do that
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    Owls watching Tranmere player

    Depends which division we’re in If we go down, might be worth a punt
  7. gurujuan

    U18s Owls v Stoke

    Hugely disappointing in what for us, has always been a barren competition.
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    U18s Owls v Stoke

    Didn’t the U23s do exactly the same at the weekend
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    U18s Owls v Stoke

    I hope not, but, I’m thinking it’s particularly difficult for youngsters having to perform in such a toxic atmosphere
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    U18s Owls v Stoke

    It’s hard to say, probably John may have some thought on that Of all those youngsters involved this season, in the first team set up, probably only three have shown they are ready to play regular championship football Of course, that’s not to be scoffed at, if any club can get three home produced players into the first eleven at the same time, then that’s quite an achievement
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    Owls watching Tranmere player

    I’d happily take another striker, we have often been short of attacking options The last thing we want to do though, is sign a striker of that age who’s only ever played in the lower leagues Just the sort of player we’d struggle to offload if it doesn’t work out, and quite frankly, the odds on it not working out, would be pretty high We’d be better off borrowing a quick youngster from one of the Premier League big boys. Jeez, you’d think we’d learned our lesson signing players of that age
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    Owls watching Tranmere player

    Him, Rhodes and Winnall will tear League One a new one
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    Owls watching Tranmere player

    Sadly, if this is true, that’s how I see it. Leaving out our better, more experienced players, and blooding youngsters, who are mostly not yet ready for Championship football. Under DC, we’ve gone from signing attackers like Forestieri, Hooper and Joao, through the likes of Rhodes and Winnall, and ending up with bloody James Norwood
  14. gurujuan

    Owls watching Tranmere player

    29 next birthday though? Think that’s stretching the late developer thing a wee bit Unless we’re preparing for League One?
  15. Apparently we are monitoring Norwood the Tranmere striker, who is 28 Very odd
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