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Prior to every league game, we should let the opposition know that Sam broke someone’s leg in a friendly game.

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31 minutes ago, theowlsman said:

Prior to every league game, we should let the opposition know that Sam broke someone’s leg in a friendly game.

Didn't var,see the challenge?

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30 minutes ago, devonshire owl said:

Didn't var,see the challenge?

 

Their bloke went in hard, then said it was all Sam’s fault. The ref felt he didn’t have a leg to stand on, so told him to hop it.

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I love the judgement on the tackle and subsequent requests to kick Hutch out of SWFC by a bunch of internet weirdos who haven’t actually seen the tackle in question.

 

How many times did Hutch get sent off last season?

 

Infact, how many yellows did he get?

 

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22 hours ago, Spookone said:

How many yellow cards in the first 15 minutes has Hutch actually received? And what does that work out as percentage wise out of the games he’s played for us?

 

Just out of interest?

 

 

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How we all laughed at Bennets tackle on Ian Knight and Justin Edinburghs leg breaker on Ian Nolan. 

 

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8 hours ago, McRightSide said:

I love the judgement on the tackle and subsequent requests to kick Hutch out of SWFC by a bunch of internet weirdos who haven’t actually seen the tackle in question.

 

How many times did Hutch get sent off last season?

 

Infact, how many yellows did he get?

 

Same old faces sharpening knives for Sam.Injured or not they move in to stick the boot in. 

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On 21/07/2019 at 20:15, torres said:

The big position we need to fill in my opinion 

 

If the rumours are true regards loans from Newcastle I’d definitely be interested in Collback 

Palmer could fill the def midfield role.

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2 minutes ago, adelphi1867 said:

Palmer could fill the def midfield role.

Don't think palmer would be any better than joey there, we need a box to box man who gets goals as well, you know like gerrard or lampard (in our dreams)

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On 22/07/2019 at 06:25, happy bunny said:

Anybody seen what actually happened here?

Probably not no - but this is Hutchinson thats been mentioned and this is owlstalk where most of the posters on here love a negaitive cyncical post.

 

Ship the bugger out (even though they've not seen whats happened!)

13 hours ago, McRightSide said:

I love the judgement on the tackle and subsequent requests to kick Hutch out of SWFC by a bunch of internet weirdos who haven’t actually seen the tackle in question.

 

How many times did Hutch get sent off last season?

 

Infact, how many yellows did he get?

 

5 yellows in 27 games according to soccer base

3 yc in 9 games season before

10 yc and 2 rc in 2017/2018

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7 hours ago, ZicoSterland2 said:

Same old faces sharpening knives for Sam.Injured or not they move in to stick the boot in. 

I am afraid we have seen enough red mist to worry deeply about whether he is anything more than a sub. You cannot unit him staying fir=t and his tackling is appalling most of the time. Last chance might be to put him at cb, but he needs a strong threatening manager to keep him terrified of stepping out of line ....minimum

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20 minutes ago, victorturner said:

I am afraid we have seen enough red mist to worry deeply about whether he is anything more than a sub. You cannot unit him staying fir=t and his tackling is appalling most of the time. Last chance might be to put him at cb, but he needs a strong threatening manager to keep him terrified of stepping out of line ....minimum

Check last seasons results when he wasnt playing and then when he was. This myth of his poor disciplinary record doesnt hold true. He is the best defensive midfielder at the club unless you know better. Sub for who Joey , dont make me laugh.

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16 hours ago, Peacenocchio said:

How we all laughed at Bennets tackle on Ian Knight and Justin Edinburghs leg breaker on Ian Nolan. 

 

 

Do you mean Hutch’s tackle was a leg breaker? I’ve not seen the video, can you share the link please.

 

 

 

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45 minutes ago, victorturner said:

I am afraid we have seen enough red mist to worry deeply about whether he is anything more than a sub. You cannot unit him staying fir=t and his tackling is appalling most of the time. Last chance might be to put him at cb, but he needs a strong threatening manager to keep him terrified of stepping out of line ....minimum

 

Stepping out of what line???? He hardly gets sent off, I went through these stats ages ago in another thread, he’s a hard ball winning midfielder, those players get booked a little more frequent but he is by no means anywhere near the worst offender in our league. 

Land as for his tackling being appalling as you say..... give it a rest, he wins the ball and breaks up play which is what players of his nature are supposed to do. 

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He's made of chocolate and we can't hope to build a team around him.

 

He might be a great kid and get on with the fans, but we need someone who can play over 40 games per season.

 

Get rid for me.

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2 minutes ago, Jeff King's dog said:

He's made of chocolate and we can't hope to build a team around him.

 

He might be a great kid and get on with the fans, but we need someone who can play over 40 games per season.

 

Get rid for me.

 

You mean like pellupessey?  Where do you think the money is coming from for this upgrade on Hutchinson? 

 

If he was fully fit he he wouldn’t have been playing for us, he would have been at a much higher standard. 

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3 hours ago, sw1867 said:

 

Do you mean Hutch’s tackle was a leg breaker? I’ve not seen the video, can you share the link please.

 

 

 

I don't.  I can read though and some of the the reactions to if the challenge did 'bust the guy's leg' are pathetic. 

 

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21 minutes ago, Peacenocchio said:

I don't.  I can read though and some of the the reactions to if the challenge did 'bust the guy's leg' are pathetic. 

 

 

So you have based your opinion on random comments and not formed your own.

 

I’ve not read every comment on the tackle but I don’t recall any that are pleased the other player has been injured. Quite the opposite, people wishing him well.

 

My point however related to people hanging Hutch with little to no evidence (common trend if the FA treatment of FF is anything to go by) and not on strange comments wishing ill on another player. 

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2 hours ago, sw1867 said:

 

So you have based your opinion on random comments and not formed your own.

 

I’ve not read every comment on the tackle but I don’t recall any that are pleased the other player has been injured. Quite the opposite, people wishing him well.

 

My point however related to people hanging Hutch with little to no evidence (common trend if the FA treatment of FF is anything to go by) and not on strange comments wishing ill on another player. 

I know what your point is and your going to say it even though it's not what I posted about.

There are several comments on this 3 page thread that you can't be arsed to read all of, that  are flippant about leg breaking tackles. Not on imo.

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55 minutes ago, Peacenocchio said:

I know what your point is and your going to say it even though it's not what I posted about.

There are several comments on this 3 page thread that you can't be arsed to read all of, that  are flippant about leg breaking tackles. Not on imo.

 

I agree and have said so, leg breaking tackles aren’t on. I don’t think anyone on this thread has been flippant about it if you understand the context of how they are said and that this is owlstalk and not somewhere a comment is scrutinised to the degree you are doing.

 

I thought your main point was that Hutchinson’s challenge was akin to the career ending challenges on Knight and Nolan. Apologies if this wasn’t what you were referring to.

 

It may well have been a shocking challenge, I was simply seeking the clip so I could make up my own mind before castigating an excellent ball winning midfielder.

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