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  1. what was it a front post cross headed in at the far one? he has to improve, and a lot. fox has, he has to.
  2. hunt was better (slightly), buxton was better (by far), and we won't offer him a new contract unless he improves, and he won't as his shortfall isn't effort, it's ability, and at his age he's unlikely to improve that in the short time he has to impress.
  3. I put 'his final ball is more often than not very poor'.
  4. as you say 'we disagree', palmer is hardly good enough (at present) for a side in mid lower half, as he struggled on Saturday, and crosses a ball like he has a dead leg, either childishly soft, or leathered 15/20 yards too far. he doesn't look solid, he doesn't look stable, and is wasteful on the ball.
  5. dnhc

    Matias

    reach should have been on that flank, boyd on the other in a 442.
  6. dnhc

    From a Wigan fans forum

    matias is too 'lightweight' for championship football, even if a replacement isn't to be brought in, we should be aiming to 'save' his wage.
  7. dnhc

    From a Wigan fans forum

    sides had 'sussed' our 'style of play' and coco had only the one idea. I cannot understand why it took 2 seasons to go wrong, when bruce saw it's flaws before Wembley.
  8. i'm not a 'palmer hater', nor know any. in just about every game he shows indecisiveness, or drops a ball or two, his final ball is more often than not very poor, he maybe fortunate that bruce will have little enough money the spend as r/f/b won't be a priority, but he isn't what I expect to see at r/f/b in a side seriously pushing for promotion. solid in the tackle, having pace, not error ridden, can cross a ball, it's not an everlasting list for a decent r/b.
  9. who'll be the best in a years time?, who won't be at the club in 18 months if he doesn't improve vastly? and who was the best performing wednesday fullback at the w/e?.
  10. dnhc

    From a Wigan fans forum

    and when he'd done the trophy cabinet had the same in it as the bank account, f*** all. he spent more money than ANY wednesday manager before him, and won f-all, that's coco.
  11. dnhc

    From a Wigan fans forum

    it is, but some make it FAR more difficult, and two things they seem to have in common, is being 'lightweight' and 'understanding modern football'.
  12. dnhc

    From a Wigan fans forum

    the choice of rolling the ball out to the backs, for them to uncomfortably 'square pass and drag themselves' downfield whilst under pressure from the opposition of being caught on the ball, and eventually (if we're lucky) reach the half way line in around 2 to 3 minutes thus allowing the opposition time to fully organise in defence (and because of their knowledge of the time it will take for wednesday to launch an attack) it allows them the luxury of being able to add numbers to their attack at 'no risk' versus immediate attack. I do wonder which bruce will go for? english championship attacking football? or the shyte coco and jos peddled?
  13. dnhc

    From a Wigan fans forum

    and coco couldn't see that at all.
  14. dnhc

    From a Wigan fans forum

    100% the 'modern football brigade' will be up in arms wanting us to give the opposition 3 or 4 minutes to regain their defensive positions whilst we drag ourselves forward.
  15. dnhc

    From a Wigan fans forum

    We have stopped ****ing about with it at the back in all fairness, as their goal is at the other end of the pitch, and we need to kick the ball into them to win, no points for square balls across your own backline.
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