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About 4MinsOfTimeAddedOn

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  1. Fully agree. Said it when the match was on. It's not ridiculous as is being intimated on here. If Rhodes starts today and winds up injured or suspended then Monk wouldn't have done right for some people then either. If you offer me going into a cup we won't win against League Two Walsall with no striker, or going into our first Championship game, in a divsion we're starting on minus 12 points - it's a no brainer for me.
  2. Don't disagree with that mate. But 'should' and 'was' are two very different things. Was this because he didn't maintain his fitness in the way a pro should? Quite probably. I just find it ridiculous that that is all some fans choose to remember about him - and this isn't a dig at either you or at @owlstalk, I have no idea if it's true of you. Just a general mindset that I don't understand. He was a very good keeper.
  3. By this stage you're right. This is hardly the era I'd choose to remember him for though and by this point had he not taken a pay cut to stay at Wednesday, with the bench option being Chris Stringer? In his prime I'd rate Kevin Pressman as the best keeper we've had since I was old enough to bother about who was playing for us, and I'm 39.
  4. That's the one that came to my mind as well but couldn't remember the scorer.
  5. Absolutely. It's all well and good the clubs that want any punishment applied this season in hope of saving their own skins, but it couldn't very well have been applied retrospectively in July if the season had finished in May. To my mind if the EFL couldn't get the case decided in their favour by the end of the season as it was scheduled, it would be deeply unjust to take advantage of the Covid‐19 delay specifically to relegate us.
  6. No. When we appointed him I had mixed feelings about him. On the one hand a name, an experienced manager and knowledge of the division. On the hand his track record for doing ... well ... this. I convinced myself he was through this phase because I was so enamoured with the other qualities. I've had those illusions well and truly dismantled and he can go and ply his mercenary, disloyal and nomadic trade somewhere else.
  7. Classic Owlstalk meltdown in response to the result. Hadn't lost since Luhukay got the boot. Yesterday we lose away from home, to a team that had already won 5 (FIVE) Championship games on the bounce before that. Therefore sacking Luhukay WASN'T the answer and Westwood and Hutchinson DON'T improve the team. Amazing.
  8. Sometimes I think our whole fanbase isn't happy unless there's something to blow out of proportion and turn into a divisive issue.
  9. Pressman being there yesterday might have been a good thing. He fought it out with Turner. Then with Woods - England keeper at the time whatever you want to say about him. Pressman's time came. Hopefully Kev will have had a word with Dawson.
  10. The problem with being a journalist is that sometimes you're in the know about things that happen. Other times you're in the know about stuff that genuinely did NEARLY happen - but then you're written off as knowing nothing because it didn't come off. And yes I know "Hi Alan" etc etc...
  11. I already know how to enjoy wins but I want learn how to enjoy them like Jos and the internet's favourite field mouse.
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