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1 hour ago, Lord Snooty said:

 

He might be but they play completley different positions don't they?

I dont know im not quite sure what the hell Pelupessy does.

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2 minutes ago, jack whitham said:

I dont know im not quite sure what the hell Pelupessy does.

 

very little - but gets plaudits from our fans for trying and putting in the odd slide tackle.

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6 minutes ago, jack whitham said:

I dont know im not quite sure what the hell Pelupessy does.

 

I thought that along With Dawson and Hector he was one of our best players on Friday evening

 

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2 minutes ago, Lord Snooty said:

 

I thought that along With Dawson and Hector he was one of our best players on Friday evening

 

Guess we all see games differently.

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                  Dawson  

Palmer  hutch/lees  hutch/thorniley  Penney 

                Jp     Hector 

  Bannan  Forestieri reach

                   fletch

 

Hector can make back 5

 

Matias and joao best as 60-70min subs due to

Injury proneness/inconsistency

 

Would like to see hutch at back for some leadership

 

 

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1 hour ago, Slogboy said:

Agree, Penney at LWB. 

Reach alongside Bannan and Pelopessy 

Matias or FF with Fletcher 

Bang on

 

Definitely, and then, if we win a few, Jos should really aim to keep a settled side to get some momentum going.

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3 hours ago, S36 OWL said:

Reach would be wasted at wing back .

Not if we actually played the system correctly, and didn’t actually end up playing a back five. 

Edited by Pale Rider

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5 minutes ago, The Dukeries Owl said:

Have we given up all hope with Onamah?, this kid who keeps getting England call ups?

 

(Asking for a friend)

Yeah, he's not great

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Dawson

Palmer Lees Thorniley Penney

                Hector

Reach Bannan Onomah FF

               Fletcher

Wildsmith

Baker

Pudil

Pelupessy

LJ

Matias

Nuhiu

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6 hours ago, SallyCinnamon said:

Dawson

 

Baker Lees Hector Thorniley Reach

 

 Bannan Pelupessy

 

Matias Fletcher Forestieri

 

Move Reach to LWB. He’s naturally a left sided player, let’s play to his strengths. Yes he can score screamers but they’ve dried up and he more effective on the wing bombing up and down getting crosses in. Two attacking players buzzing around Fletcher. Keep the same back three which just kept a clean sheet and get them playing together consistently, no more swapping and changing. 

 

Watch us march up the table.

 

 

Swap Palmer for Baker, and Joao for Matias, and that’s our best side from the fit players.

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5 hours ago, Animis said:

 

we'll probably sell someone in January or cut Onomah's loan and send him back.

Any monies raised from player sales will be used to fill the black hole IMO.

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                        Dawson

 

Palmer Hector Lees Thorniley Penney

 

         Bannan Pelupessy Reach

 

               Fletcher Forestieri 

Edited by Loughborough Owl

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17 hours ago, SallyCinnamon said:

Dawson

 

Baker Lees Hector Thorniley Reach

 

 Bannan Pelupessy

 

Matias Fletcher Forestieri

 

Move Reach to LWB. He’s naturally a left sided player, let’s play to his strengths. Yes he can score screamers but they’ve dried up and he more effective on the wing bombing up and down getting crosses in. Two attacking players buzzing around Fletcher. Keep the same back three which just kept a clean sheet and get them playing together consistently, no more swapping and changing. 

 

Watch us march up the table.

 

 

Bleedin hell, that's a bit positive for you innit? 

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The best part of this break is that after it, in theory we have some fantastic forward options. 

 

Returning players:

 

- Sam Winnal: a player that at point of signing was the calendar years top scoring championship player. Can lead the line, score with his head, raw energy and determination. 

 

- Marco Matias: since his return I’ve been shocked by his massive work rate, he runs and runs and runs. Intelligent in forward play and one of only players who makes decent runs for Bannan to pick out. This lad can finish too, no surprise he Scored almost 20 from wide forward position season before we signed him.

 

- Fessi: possibly the best forward in the league let alone our team. Can change a game and added to his fantastic forward abilities is a work rate second to none. He won more tackles in Carlos’s first season than any other midfielder or forward in league. 

 

If we were in January thinking we need to spend big to score our way out of a dog fight, and wanted to sign these three... surely that would be circa 20m to get them in.

 

I for one, can’t wait to add these three to Fletch, Reach and Jaoa. That’s 6 fantastic options for front 3 roles. I can’t think of a team in our league with a better group of forwards. 

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After how gash he was Friday, I'm hoping Pelupessy isn't in the side.

 

Dawson

 

Palmer

Lees

Hector

Penney

 

Bannan

Onomah

Reach

 

Matias

Fletcher

Forestieri

 

Might finally see us attack a team with that lineup.

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23 hours ago, Animis said:

we need to sign a decent midfielder in January on loan to see us through to the end of the season - it's our weakest area and currently we simply try forcing full backs in there to shore it up.

But we have onomah

 

 

 

Oh wait

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On 11/11/2018 at 11:43, SallyCinnamon said:

Dawson

 

Baker Lees Hector Thorniley Reach

 

 Bannan Pelupessy

 

Matias Fletcher Forestieri

 

Move Reach to LWB. He’s naturally a left sided player, let’s play to his strengths. Yes he can score screamers but they’ve dried up and he more effective on the wing bombing up and down getting crosses in. Two attacking players buzzing around Fletcher. Keep the same back three which just kept a clean sheet and get them playing together consistently, no more swapping and changing. 

 

Watch us march up the table.

 

So you would play a player in Baker who showed against the Blades he is not ready for this level of football yet and also take our most influential forward and play him as a wing back.

 

Have Bannan as a holding midfielder a role he cannot play.

 

Worrying

 

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It's what we need to do but won't happen. Jos doesn't play direct so ff and mm won't play at the same time. 

 

It's a shame we never get to see our team go it. Can't remember the last time we mullered someone but also didn't concede or drop off the whole match. 

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On 11/11/2018 at 14:04, No 2 is r nilsson said:

The difference on Friday when Matias came on was from a team hanging on to a team with balance (an attacking option as well as a string defence).  Throw Nando into that mix and we should start picking up points after the break.  Jos can’t play a counter attacking game without players that can counter attack.  I don’t trust him not to tinker with the defence, but hopefully Norwich was a lesson and Hector stays in the centre and he leaves it alone now.  I’d have Penney at lwb, he’s showed what he can do when he settles, and Reach further forward, but the OP still makes a good point about the pieces we’ve badly missed.  

 

Spot on!

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