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Owlin' Wolf

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  1. Completely agree with OP, Iorfa was immense defensively and bringing the ball out but Nuhiu just shades it for me, every ball played to him today seemed to stick and he very rarely wasted it or gave it away. Created several openings for us.  I know there’s was only about 5 mins left but can’t really understand why he was brought off when Fessi came on, he was the one player we could launch it up to and keep possession in and around their box. 

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  2. 45 minutes ago, cjtowl1972 said:

    The 'cashless' tills are an utter joke.

    Went for a drink on the Kop at half time (intending to pay by card).

    A queue of about 20 in front of me.

    10 minutes later, about 15 in queue in front of me.

    The 'cashless tills idea obviously not working, as slower than cash tills.


    They’re not slower though are they? That’s sort of impossible. The speed of the staff might still be poor but cashless can only be quicker. 

  3. 28 minutes ago, areNOTwhatTHEYseem said:


    If he was in the middle of behind the scenes negotiations with Bruce, he was never going to tell the fans forum that Luhukay was on his way out, was he?


    Bang on and quite obvious. Why do so many people expect this not to have been the case? It was quite obvious from the forum that Chansiri wasn’t “backing” Jos as many have said, just said it would depend if we could get anyone better and he was hardly going to say “I’ll sack him if Bruce agrees to take the job”. 

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  4. To be honest I don’t think there’s anything wrong with it. Chansiri is getting slated whatever he does these days and believe me I disagree or criticise him on quite a few things but he just can’t win (like the team at present!). Some of the things he does such as regular fan forums and now consulting with players (his employees) are the type of thing many of us usually call for more of in football. I get where many people are coming from saying it shows a lack of leadership or weakness and that may be the case but not necessarily. I also like the fact we haven’t got a completely trigger-happy chairman who wants to change manager every 3 weeks, don’t get me wrong though I think we all agree that Jos needs to go urgently now. 

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  5. Funny how all these universally slated players are suddenly the answer. Jones and Boyd would have made zero difference yesterday. Have hardly seen one positive comment from anyone about either of them previously but now they’re not getting picked some folk want them back?

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  6. 45 minutes ago, Peacenocchio said:

    Yes between 20 and 60 minutes usually.

    I listen to a lot of podcasts of which these are some. 

    Wednesday Week is the longest by a mile. Just an opinion but it needs editing.


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    Not really, I listen to several podcasts every day and hardly any of them are under an hour, quite a few are 2, 3 hours +

    the beauty of podcasts is it’s pretty much the only place you can hear long form interviews, conversations these days. There’s not much demand for TV chat shows anymore and the ones that are still running are rarely in depth and usually just a place to plug the guests latest venture. 

    As for the point about swearing, I don’t really give a f**k. 

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  7. 5 minutes ago, Tony Pulis said:

    Top quality youth players don't come cheap.


    Not many of them can be considered “top quality” yet though. I think you’ve way overvalued mos of the young players. 

  8. 2 hours ago, alanharper said:

    So he dropped our best player over a perceived lack of effort after the whole team had a stinker at Brentford? Yet players who had much worse games ie Matias and Pelupessy keep the shirt regardless? I was at Brentford and although he didn't have a good game FF was one of the few players who seemed to be actually trying to make something happen. He can be slow to track back and his body language can be a bit "mardy" but if that's a droppable offence Jos would never have played Chris Waddle. 


    Except you don’t see him in training and behind the scenes like the manager does. 

  9. 22 hours ago, torres said:

    I’m not his biggest fan anyway but he was driving me mental today 


    He runs for runnings sake, almost knowing he’s not going to get the ball but looks busy.


    His lack of any aggression stands out a mile. It’s like he’s allergic to opposition players. 


    He has been here long enough to be more  of a senior figure performance wise. Once every 5 games isn’t good enough.


    He’s one of if not the most consistent player in the team in my opinion. His versatility can go against fans’ perception of him at times but that always seems to be the case with players who can play several positions. 

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  10. 42 minutes ago, Ash76 said:

    If you’re likely to attend the Preston game it may still be worth going for the gold option 


    Great to give people the choice though and well done to the ticket office for managing to implement it so quickly 


    Is that correct? Just going to buy the “silver” one for me and daughter but will probably make the Preston game and you’ve got me doubting myself!

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