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Steve Down South

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  1. Agree with all of this - made millions recently on sales of Pritchard, Maddison and Murphy twins, but have invested wisely - probably still well in pocket overall, which to me suggests a well run club.
  2. Ipswich, August 1990 - one of my favourite ever away trips, and the start of a great era. Let's hope this trip to Ipswich can ultimately lead to similar success. Ipswich 0 Owls 2 again, almost 29 years on!
  3. Funny that - a bloke who was in one of the Tango ads lives in our village!
  4. Made me laugh all the same - I admire your honesty
  5. A decent effort for sure, and probably helped ( as mentioned earlier) by fact there was never any call on him to get forward. I thought all back 4 performed well tonight, which doesn't often happen with a 3-0 loss.
  6. May end up quicker to avoid crowds at Fulham Broadway and walk up Fulham Road to South Kensington Underground. Easy journey back to St Pancras from there on Piccadilly Line.
  7. I really hope Penney develops further as there does appear to be some talent there, but he really didn't do himself any favours with his last few appearances (even if played out of position). Maybe this is to be expected with a young player after a very promising start, but no way should he be ahead of Fox as things stand - he has a lot to prove.
  8. I don't know if I'm over-compensating given the amount of stick he's had, but Fox would get my vote.
  9. Probably should have killed game off when in control early in second half, but always nice to come away with win. As for Nuhiu, sorry but not even close to being good enough.
  10. He did a decent job tonight, but not convinced he could play that role against better opposition. Having said that, might be worth another try at some stage - having 3 centre backs on pitch certainly helped defending all those corners.
  11. I'm starting to think it's time to move on and wouldn't say no to any reasonable offer for Bannan, but if he plays it has to be in a more advanced role.
  12. I think it was a brave decision, certainly a bit unusual, but still might prove beneficial. Just maybe it will set things up for Bruce to make an immediate impact, with a squad already starting to get used to his methods. Most of what I've read on Owlstalk tonight sounds like a massive over-reaction.
  13. I think it's way too soon to talk about a complete contrast - you must be easily pleased if you think performance against Birmingham was great. Nearly nicked it at the end (and would have just about deserved 3 points) but never any real attacking threat and limited support for Fletcher. Bad result today against a team in form, but I support decision to bring Agnew & Clemence in early.
  14. Agree with OP. Brian Clough's teams never really gave referees too much grief, whether through time-wasting or dissent. Clough always reckoned it worked in their favour overall, and he knew a thing or two.
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