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About rikowl

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  1. To be fair getting a fee for that donkey is cause for considerable celebration.
  2. I'd be interested in a PM too, please.
  3. Has any team ever had an injury free season? Seems very unlikely.
  4. https://www.theguardian.com/football/ng-interactive/2018/oct/11/next-generation-2018-60-of-the-best-young-talents-in-world-football Hammoud first made the headlines in 2016 when, at the age of 15 years and four months, he became the second-youngest player to feature in the Bulgarian top flight. Born to a Lebanese father and Bulgarian mother, he provided an assist on his debut for Lokomotiv Plovdiv in the derby against Botev. Before joining Sheffield Wednesday’s academy in 2017, Hammoud had trials with Arsenal and Stoke City. Pace and stamina - he offered to play in three games for three Lokomotiv youth teams in one day - are two key weapons. He adores Lionel Messi and once said that his Manchester United-supporting grandma is the reason he fell in love with football. Metodi Shumanov Watch Eyad Hammoud in action Makes the Hamoud one seem odd. Tapped up by Real Madrid?
  5. I've never really liked him and Hutch as a partnership. They both want to be QB and as a result drop further and further back to secure that space, ending up with one as a third CB and the other as a deep DM and no real support further forward. It let Reading off the hook so often today, particularly in the first half. I think Bannan had been instructed to push forward more in the second.
  6. All ignoring the fact that he didn't even hit the target from a very good Boyd cross, right in the middle of the goal and hoofed another cut back (although a much trickier chance) straight out of play.
  7. Everyone in our bit was complaining that we couldn't understand a word he said apart from repeating 'ONTHEPITCHATHILLSBOROUGH' again and again and that the usual guy had mastered the art of the old crappy PA system!
  8. A highlights video would be a nice touch but might be tricky for some of the older players with less footage available. I will say that at the back of the Kop I can barely ever hear who they are.
  9. This is spot on, shameful how badly he's been managed in his time here. In the first season it was almost like he was punished for his success (stealing the limelight from Carlos?). Great to see him turning in a consistent run under a manager that knows what to do with players who aren't 30+ years old.
  10. He had three chances laid on a platter for him on Saturday - neshed one all-together, headed the best straight at the keeper and drew a half-decent save with the third. I've come to the conclusion he's our worst striker, any of the others would have at least grabbed one.
  11. Great idea this... Carlos how's Fernando? He's got a bad knee injury on his right leg, a partial ACL tear, we're hoping he might make it through without surgery but it's certainly a worry. Opposition manager rubbing his hands together knowing the specific injury a player has suffered and can mark them out for specific treatment from kick off.
  12. It's obviously not their main job but one thing our defence doesn't do enough is score. We aren't a threat from set pieces despite having good deliveries into the box more often than not. Most teams can rely on their centre backs getting a few goals each every season and a smattering from the full back positions too - Pudil is really the only one who comes close to pulling his weight in this regard - Loovens has only scored one goal in all his years at the club, Lees tends to get one a season (two if we are lucky) and neither Hunt nor Palmer seem to have any killer instinct in this area despite getting in good positions.
  13. That was one of the most frustrating moments in the game - we had 2 on 2 after a failed Brum set piece - he took the ball down from the clouds beautifully then wasted a golden opportunity to make it 2-2.
  14. I watched the game in the stadium and didn't see him having a huff - I just thought he was time wasting. I was glad to see him go off. He had a very ineffective outing on the left, took uniformly poor set pieces and wasted good possession on several occasions. I don't know the rhyme and reason behind it but, that video is all from last season and apart from Wolves away, FF hasn't played like that at all this year. Despite all the money we've spent this season FF has the ability to be star of the show, but he seems to have gone into a shell. Reach did more in his brief stint on the pitch than FF did in 65 minutes, so for me he's earned a start in this new line-up. FF will have his chances and needs to grab them with both hands.
  15. He kept kicking it straight out of play towards the end, just giving them possession again and again.
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