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Not so strangely, supportive of the new manager.

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Eats shoots and leaves.

Yep, sorry, I just mean it would be far more interesting to read a player slagging off a new manager!

:rolleyes:

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Not so strangely supportive of the new manager.

I think Alan Irvine is a great appointment for the club.

Before training, we had a meeting at which he came across really well. It was very positive and he certainly had everybody's attention when he was speaking - and that bodes well for the future because the club have clearly appointed someone who is very hungry.

left to be Preston boss in 2007. He did a great job there and, in my eyes, Preston's loss is Wednesday's gain.

He is a gentleman and his coaching so far has been great; very enjoyable and probably something different to what the lads have had in the past.

seriously, are you just finishing.... or can you actually not read or interpret text at all?

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seriously, are you just finishing.... or can you actually not read or interpret text at all?

Charmed. You miss the light-hearted point spectacularly, well done!

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seriously, are you just finishing.... or can you actually not read or interpret text at all?

Time of the month ?? Apparently green tea helps :biggrin:

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Time of the month ?? Apparently green tea helps :biggrin:

Green tea is great to guard against prostate cancer too. Medical tips and great footy chat here on Owlstalk.

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Sounds good that he's getting them in and working hard. Alan and the players obviously realise this month is massive for us. Hopefully we'll se a new manager 'bounce' type thing and build on that.

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To be honest, from what I've seen so far, everything that I heard before seems totally true. He is a gentleman and his coaching so far has been great; very enjoyable and probably something different to what the lads have had in the past.

i.e. perhaps the lads are actually being 'coached' ??

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To be honest, from what I've seen so far, everything that I heard before seems totally true. He is a gentleman and his coaching so far has been great; very enjoyable and probably something different to what the lads have had in the past.

i.e. perhaps the lads are actually being 'coached' ??

Yes, I thought that was a strange comment. I'm sure MG will have seen all sorts of coaching styles, but it doesn't sound good that training wasn't enjoyable.

I assume the young lads didn't get the chance to play "3 and in" or "60 seconds" under Laws?

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I've said it elsewhere on Owlstalk, but the departure of Russ Willcox is a Good Thing. It might help to make training fun rather than brutal.

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Green tea is great to guard against prostate cancer too. Medical tips and great footy chat here on Owlstalk.

My wife is a theatre sister in the Urology dept, On one of their do's i spoke with Prof Chris Chapple...who is a renown specialist on prostate cancer...he said the best thing is to have sex every day as it cleans the tubes out...he said you can have it with yourself so that means Cardiffowl is safe

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My wife is a theatre sister in the Urology dept, On one of their do's i spoke with Prof Chris Chapple...who is a renown specialist on prostate cancer...he said the best thing is to have sex every day as it cleans the tubes out...he said you can have it with yourself so that means Cardiffowl is safe

He'll be trying to stretch it round to his arse now you've said that. :laugh:

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