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Lawrie’s Left Peg

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  1. Agree minus Houghton. Turgid. Boring football. One up front then wonders why they don’t score enough
  2. I’d take a punt on Campbell. Seemed to do well at Macc. In the same vein as Lampard and Gerrard.
  3. Fair enough Tinks Think I’m over sensitive after the Big Ron episode. Think Bruce could have a similar impact here and hate to see him go in similar fashion. WAWAW
  4. But Wilder is already in Prem League. Probably on a decent screw. 100% Blade. Adored by the pigs and will be even if they’re relegated plus probably doesn’t need the hassle of working for Ashley
  5. ..... He’d take it. Opportunity to manage in Prem. Huge pay rise. No transfer embargo. Boyhood club. Make no mistake Bruce has no emotional ties to Wednesday. Also his track record shows he’s happy to jump ship. Not a a criticism of Bruce just fact. Don’t think he’ll be offered the job but often these big movements in the betting indicate someone in the know.
  6. Never ceases to amaze me how many OT posters with no coaching badges and no scouting credentials know best and believe somehow the club should listen because they’re “not impressed” Onomah has been a regular youth international for England, winning 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup and the 2014 UEFA European Under-17 Football Championship. He has a professional contract with THFC who are regular Champions League qualifiers. Hes 22 and is and will be a quality player with a very good career. Those who claim he’s poo are more qualified than Pochettino, Steve Cooper Paul Simpson and Steve Bruce (apparently). Total joke Personally I’d be delighted if SWFC could secure the signing of one of England’s brightest prospects.
  7. Totally loved Captain Lyons but, I’m sorry you’ll never beat Des Walker
  8. The Pigs has a successful strategy of taking hungry ambitious players from the lower leagues. Based on this how about Matthew Clarke (Portsmouth) James Justin (Luton Town) John Marquis (Doncaster Rovers)
  9. Heard from someone who works at Wednesday (not a player or coaching staff) that we’ve enquired about Ryan Leonard from Millwall as competition for Hutch. Never heard of him and don’t remember anyone outstanding when we’ve played Millwall. Any thoughts?
  10. Given tonight a swerve and watching on TV. With wide angles birds eye red button view 2 things scream out. 1-No pace to threaten behind Bolton defence makes it way too easy for them to squeeze and defend 2 - Bannan gets a nose bleed if he crosses half way line. He gets so far then actually starts to back peddle
  11. Hands up for you’re footy knowledge. Having done a bit of digging those you’ve highlighted could be the sort of hungry ambitious players who might help us. Probably affordable and might see us as a step up.
  12. Morrison 31 Elphick 31 Gregory 30 IMO most of those available represent other championship clubs getting rid of their dead wood. Good call on Bidwell though
  13. Looking at the list below. So have plenty of other clubs. Slim pickings if we’re looking for free transfers in the Championship https://www.thestar.co.uk/sport/football/every-championship-player-out-of-contract-this-summer-who-should-your-club-sign-1-9636874
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