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« Reply #12705 on: Wednesday, October 28, 2020, 19:40:20 »

Twine, in the current climate probably has to/will be recalled (then utilised) in Jan. He's done exactly as any manager has asked of him; gone out on loan to get game time and as an added bonus (expectation) for a forward/striker/attacker, he has also scored goals. He's a different player to Pitman but they both share the same priority to score said goals. Twine is currently exceeding this requirement. Pitman (yes he's injured atm) is not.

Some of his goals have been absolute class. His style of goals have continued on from ones he scored in pre-season too.

Time to cut some slack and reel him in, for Twine is proving to be much more than just a soap on a rope.
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« Reply #12706 on: Wednesday, October 28, 2020, 21:08:01 »

Twine, in the current climate probably has to/will be recalled (then utilised) in Jan. He's done exactly as any manager has asked of him; gone out on loan to get game time and as an added bonus (expectation) for a forward/striker/attacker, he has also scored goals. He's a different player to Pitman but they both share the same priority to score said goals. Twine is currently exceeding this requirement. Pitman (yes he's injured atm) is not.

Some of his goals have been absolute class. His style of goals have continued on from ones he scored in pre-season too.

Time to cut some slack and reel him in, for Twine is proving to be much more than just a soap on a rope.

Twine is playing centre midfield, not striker, for Newport. So the comparison to Pitman is irrelevant. Would he be a better option than Payne? Probably not?
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« Reply #12707 on: Wednesday, October 28, 2020, 21:25:32 »

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« Reply #12708 on: Wednesday, October 28, 2020, 21:58:15 »

Blah blah blah
Etc etc etc

Time to cut some slack and reel him in, for Twine is proving to be much more than just a soap on a rope.

Word soup with a dessert of two mixed metaphors.

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« Reply #12709 on: Friday, October 30, 2020, 01:31:52 »

Word soup with a dessert of two mixed metaphors.

Peak Bamboo.

Not really, you do need some slack when reeling in. Too much tenchion and your twine will snap.

Nice that you ignored the rest though - even though it was quite relevant to how well Twine is playing on loan. Ya can't fucking win on this fucking forum.

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« Reply #12710 on: Friday, October 30, 2020, 02:24:57 »

Twine is playing centre midfield, not striker, for Newport. So the comparison to Pitman is irrelevant. Would he be a better option than Payne? Probably not?

Not a better than option than Payne but all I'll say is that if he is scoring that many from midfield then bloody well hats off to the lad.

I suppose my point is, even with a fit Pitman (I think we've got a 2nd season Marc Richards on our hands unfortunately), Twine could probably offer more than him. He is a Town player after all and there would be no harm in giving him a run out for us in Jan. Providing we have a club and/or a fully functioning league to compete in by then.
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« Reply #12711 on: Friday, October 30, 2020, 08:54:14 »

Not really, you do need some slack when reeling in. Too much tenchion and your twine will snap.

Nice that you ignored the rest though - even though it was quite relevant to how well Twine is playing on loan. Ya can't fucking win on this fucking forum.

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« Reply #12712 on: Friday, October 30, 2020, 10:35:58 »

Get him back in Jan, extend his contract and send him back for the rest of the season - will do him good to have a full season in league 2 and is a win win for both clubs.

If they want him permanently at the end of the season and offer enough, let him go..  if not he goes into the squad for next season.

If we bring him back to our squad for the second half of our season, 2 games without scoring the type of worldy that he is scoring for Newport and the usual Mongs will get on his back and we will ruin him again.  Leave him there, he is developing, enjoying himself and (hopefully) turning into an option for the future.
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« Reply #12713 on: Monday, November 2, 2020, 13:26:10 »

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« Reply #12714 on: Monday, November 2, 2020, 14:38:38 »

Noone mentioned Andy Williams scoring the winner for 'Nam vs FGR.
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« Reply #12715 on: Monday, November 2, 2020, 18:26:06 »

Just looked at the Fulham WBA score and noticed that Austin (C) formerly of this parish is not even on the bench? Is he injured or just not getting a game, looking at Wiki he seems to have got in some sort of limbo where managers seem to think he is good enough for the championship but not PL?
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« Reply #12716 on: Monday, November 2, 2020, 18:27:39 »

He hasnt played all season, not been selected
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« Reply #12717 on: Monday, November 2, 2020, 18:38:33 »

He has become a limbo player between the two divisions. Don't think injuries  (the timing of) have helped him. Remember him being selected for the England squad proper, only to withdraw due to an injury (I think). It's those moments that could have changed for him, in terms of getting a deal somewhere a little higher up.

He can do a job in a mid-low Prem club but he's on the other end of his career curve now. He would be a great acquisition for a top end Champ club. I think that is his remit now. Helping clubs get promoted out of that division.

His wage command in the Champ could be a stumbling block though but then if he's proven it would be a good investment trade-off. Around my area I have heard a lot of talk that he is going to Derby in Jan. As much as I have a personal dislike for Derby County, he would be the right kind of player there; certainly would thrive off a certain Rooney (not Luke or Adam).
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« Reply #12718 on: Monday, November 2, 2020, 18:43:01 »

He has become a limbo player between the two divisions. Don't think injuries  (the timing of) have helped him. Remember him being selected for the England squad proper, only to withdraw due to an injury (I think). It's those moments that could have changed for him, in terms of getting a deal somewhere a little higher up.

He can do a job in a mid-low Prem club but he's on the other end of his career curve now. He would be a great acquisition for a top end Champ club. I think that is his remit now. Helping clubs get promoted out of that division.

His wage command in the Champ could be a stumbling block though but then if he's proven it would be a good investment trade-off. Around my area I have heard a lot of talk that he is going to Derby in Jan. As much as I have a personal dislike for Derby County, he would be the right kind of player there; certainly would thrive off a certain Rooney (not Luke or Adam).

He's also put too much muscle on which has slowed him down
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« Reply #12719 on: Monday, November 2, 2020, 18:44:27 »

He didnt withdraw from the england squad, Hodgson had him on the bench both games and didnt even use him, wasting everyones time
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