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  1. Long term Jos....

    It's obvious that good fortune is in the blue stripes or the white stripes. As no one knows which is the lucky stripe the only solution is to bring back blue stripes and white stripes.
  2. Here's my theory

    On the basis that the players can't play every game it might have been a better strategy to use one striker to start the game. Either Nuhiu or Joao, then start the next game with the other. Because they can't play every game doesn't mean it's a good idea to stat with no strikers. The only way the selection makes sense is if Jos thought we had no chance and that he would gamble on keeping players fit for the next game where we had a better chance of getting points. Looking at the table that doesn't look a likely explanation. It was a strange team to put out, why not play Clare? he looked sharp the last time he played. Water under the bridge now, whatever he was trying to do didn't work, learn from it and move on. Lees should be back soon and possibly Abdi if he doesn't break down again.
  3. Glenn loovens please retire

    You've only been on Owlstalk for 4 months. The coaches see it but they are short of bodies so they play experience rather than kids.
  4. What tactics next?

    The good , the bad and the average. That works for me.
  5. Last night's REAL disgrace

    It wer reyt cowd last neyt.
  6. Encouraging news about JT

    With the best will in the world I can't accept that a player would be so embarrassed by a missed tackle that he would feign unconsciousness and go to hospital. Maybe your tele didn't show the right angle or your glasses are defective. I'm sure there's another explanation but I won't go there.
  7. Reactions.

    (Not directed at alanharper) Why is average on Owlstalk always BANG average, but good isn't bang good or bad, bang bad. I've seen this used so many times on here I'm starting to use it myself.
  8. Jos post-match interview

    They can at Hillsborough. Very few injuries have occurred during matches.
  9. Do us a favour Jos

    He might be on the naughty step for being late for training. If you are late you don't play.
  10. OK let it begin

    The job this year is to stay up. We are 8 points clear with 13 to play. The last 2 games we've done well, today we lost away. There will be points won and points lost but if we stay up it's job done. I'd have liked us to go for the win today rather than save players for the next game but what's done is done. We move on and go again
  11. Craziest line up ever

    I'm trying to be positive. It's difficult but I'm giving it my best shot.
  12. Craziest line up ever

    Play defensive and let them exhaust themselves trying to break us down. Then after 60/75 minutes bring on the strikers and let them run riot over a tiring Millwall defence......hopefully.
  13. Young George

    Are you sure he's not always had a burning desire to play for Swansea.....a bit like Carlos.
  14. Important game tonight. We need to pick up at least a point to keep clear of the relegation battle. 6 of the teams below us play each other so they are bound to pick up points. Millwall forward Aiden O'Brien (ankle) is sidelined and defender Byron Webster (knee) is a long-term absentee. January signing Harry Toffolo is still awaiting his debut while veteran Australia forward Tim Cahill is building up his match fitness. Sheffield Wednesday striker Jordan Rhodes (illness) misses the game. Boss Jos Luhukay is likely to make a number of changes from the team that drew 0-0 with Swansea in the FA Cup fifth round on Saturday. Match facts Millwall are winless in eight league matches against the Owls (D3 L5), since a 2-1 win in September 2005. Both teams have found the net in each of the last seven league meetings, with no goalless draws between the teams in league competition since December 1947. Millwall are unbeaten in their last six league games (W3 D3) - they last went on a longer run without defeat in the second tier back between March and August 2014 (11 games). Sheffield Wednesday have kept six clean sheets in their nine matches under head coach Jos Luhukay in all competitions, as many as they managed in their first 29 matches this season prior to his appointment.
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