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1 hour ago, nevthelodgemoorowl said:

 

The way Bannan went in for that goal saving tackle off the wrong foot could have given him a nasty injury. That commitment to a tackle like that in a nothing game would suggest to me that he has very much made up his mind !


Not sure he knows another way Nev. He’s pure commitment. When he’s 55 and playing lads v dads he’ll still be giving his all.

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10 hours ago, Holmowl said:


Not sure he knows another way Nev. He’s pure commitment. When he’s 55 and playing lads v dads he’ll still be giving his all.

He put a marker down for the young ones coming through..." This is the benchmark for commitment "

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7 hours ago, daveyboy66 said:

He put a marker down for the young ones coming through..." This is the benchmark for commitment "

 

None of young ones seems to be coming through, though... 

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I've just looked at his record and he couldn't make Portsmouths starting 11 last year while out on loan.

 

He completed 90 minutes once, in a 3-1 loss at Bristol Rovers.

 

Abit unsure about this lad.

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1 minute ago, bigash_swfc said:

I've just looked at his record and he couldn't make Portsmouths starting 11 last year while out on loan.

 

He completed 90 minutes once, in a 3-1 loss at Bristol Rovers.

 

Abit unsure about this lad.


I don’t think he’ll be making our starting 11 either. Strength in depth is required.

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19 minutes ago, bigash_swfc said:

 

Ahh the Izzy Brown role.  


Lads doomed then.

 

For Swansea he played much deeper, usually did donkey work next to their playmaker Matt Grimes.

 

Hope that given bit more freedom he will show more creativity and be excellent player for us.

 

Portsmouth fans called him lazy, but than again he said he never felt comfortable there and was never given fair run of games.

 

Fingers crossed that he will prove a player We all want him to be.

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29 minutes ago, malek said:

 

For Swansea he played much deeper, usually did donkey work next to their playmaker Matt Grimes.

 

Hope that given bit more freedom he will show more creativity and be excellent player for us.

 

Portsmouth fans called him lazy, but than again he said he never felt comfortable there and was never given fair run of games.

 

Fingers crossed that he will prove a player We all want him to be.

 

Yeah we can only hope. 

 

He'd have to be good to dislodge Aderinan-Bannan-Loungo

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