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« Reply #3255 on: Monday, February 19, 2018, 09:51:05 »

What is Gordon Greer upto these days  Smiley
About 6 foot 3 and playing in the Scottish Premier for Kilmarnock.
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« Reply #3256 on: Monday, February 19, 2018, 09:56:46 »

Not saying I am a shit fan or anything, but I only noticed last night that we had sold John Goddard....  Embarrassed Embarrassed
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« Reply #3257 on: Monday, February 19, 2018, 10:42:22 »

Was having a chat to Nick Bamosomi the other day about our injury problems, its only when you see it you realise that we have a lot of players that would be 1st team regulars out injured.

Conroy, Preston, Hussey, McDermott, Linganzi and now Lancashire.

I know Conroy and Preston are all long term injuries and Lancashire "could" be managed with painkillers but I haven't heard of the progress of any of the other injuries.
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« Reply #3258 on: Monday, February 19, 2018, 11:09:43 »

Was having a chat to Nick Bamosomi the other day about our injury problems, its only when you see it you realise that we have a lot of players that would be 1st team regulars out injured.

Conroy, Preston, Hussey, McDermott, Linganzi and now Lancashire.

I know Conroy and Preston are all long term injuries and Lancashire "could" be managed with painkillers but I haven't heard of the progress of any of the other injuries.

Hussey is a strange one for sure. 5 months ago he injured himself taking a free kick, and that's the last we saw of him.

We have the cover to ensure that he, Linganzi and McDermott aren't missed too badly. CB is obviously the issue, any team is going to struggle to cope with its main 3 centre backs out.
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« Reply #3259 on: Monday, February 19, 2018, 11:18:35 »

Hussey is a strange one for sure. 5 months ago he injured himself taking a free kick, and that's the last we saw of him.

We have the cover to ensure that he, Linganzi and McDermott aren't missed too badly. CB is obviously the issue, any team is going to struggle to cope with its main 3 centre backs out.

Flitters loves Hussey, it seems to be one of those where he nearly gets back, then trains a bit and relapses.  A shame as he looked our best player early doors, with just 10 weeks of the regular season left, it's starting to look a bit unlikely we'll see him again, but I suppose if he could be up and running within the next month, get up to speed then he might feature if we make the PO's.

Has anyone seen Romanski play?  He's listed as a defender so probably a CB
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« Reply #3260 on: Monday, February 19, 2018, 11:35:23 »

Has anyone seen Romanski play?  He's listed as a defender so probably a CB
I have yet to see him play but Joe is a fairly tall CB.
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« Reply #3261 on: Monday, February 19, 2018, 18:18:56 »

Was having a chat to Nick Bamosomi the other day about our injury problems, its only when you see it you realise that we have a lot of players that would be 1st team regulars out injured.

Conroy, Preston, Hussey, McDermott, Linganzi and now Lancashire.

I know Conroy and Preston are all long term injuries and Lancashire "could" be managed with painkillers but I haven't heard of the progress of any of the other injuries.
When you factor in Vigs there's 7 players there, who when fit, would be starting regularly or in Mcdermott & Linganzi's case, subs at worst.
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« Reply #3262 on: Monday, February 19, 2018, 18:22:02 »

Flitters loves Hussey, it seems to be one of those where he nearly gets back, then trains a bit and relapses.  A shame as he looked our best player early doors, with just 10 weeks of the regular season left, it's starting to look a bit unlikely we'll see him again, but I suppose if he could be up and running within the next month, get up to speed then he might feature if we make the PO's.

Has anyone seen Romanski play?  He's listed as a defender so probably a CB

He certainly got off to a good start, but I personally wouldn’t leave Taylor out of the side under any circumstances. It would be interesting to see how Flitcroft would handle having both of them fit again - though we might never know.
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« Reply #3263 on: Monday, February 19, 2018, 18:55:18 »

He certainly got off to a good start, but I personally wouldn’t leave Taylor out of the side under any circumstances. It would be interesting to see how Flitcroft would handle having both of them fit again - though we might never know.
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He certainly got off to a good start, but I personally wouldn’t leave Taylor out of the side under any circumstances. It would be interesting to see how Flitcroft would handle having both of them fit again - though we might never know.
Put Taylor in front of hussey. They could overlap at will.
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« Reply #3264 on: Monday, February 19, 2018, 19:06:18 »

Put Taylor in front of hussey. They could overlap at will.
If we're forced to go four at the back due to the CB crisis then Hussey in front of Taylor or vice versa would actually work in our favour imo.
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« Reply #3265 on: Tuesday, February 20, 2018, 07:57:10 »

Put Taylor in front of hussey. They could overlap at will.

I agree in principle - I'm just not convinced that Flitcroft would do it. It would be great to get the chance to find out, though.
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