Discussion in 'Bulletin Board' started by john coucom, Sep 15, 2018 at 4:22 PM.
Getting splinters in his arse obviously went for money over football
Went for neither of those reasons. Went for family.
He went for his girlfriend and baby.
His partner was living in oughtibridge with him
Yes, but her parents don't. It appears she wants to be near her family as she is going to be a first time mum which is understandable.
Maybee if we hadn't sold for peanuts or replaced with someone who isn't injured we could of got something out of today
Not our fault they aren't up here with him. We should have thought of ourselves instead of replacing a proven league one goal scorer for a injured loanee.
1) How do you know he was sold for "peanuts"?
2) How can the club legislate for the new signing getting injured in training?
This with bells on...^^^^^^^^^
Sold for 1million it was quoted at the time imo that's peanuts for a Welsh international who scored 10 goals in a poor team with limited service played alone 1st half of season and jose didn't give him a kick hardly.
He fit the pressing system we are trying to play perfect, he would of put away the chances some have spurned the past few games but it's okay we got 1million.
I partly agree with you, in that he fit the new system very well. I really don't rate him as a finisher though. As for the fee - with him being out of contract, we didn't really have that much bargaining power. At the end of the day it's not like we were desperate for the cash, so I trust that the best deal was done under the circumstances.
5 points in 4 league games since he left.
He would of put away the chances brown, victor have spurned the past few weeks.
As I've not seen today's match this is a genuine question, but would he have actually got into the positions Brown did in the first place? I can't actually ever remember Tom Bradshaw having a one on one with the opposition 'keeper.
Bradshaw is a decent finisher but it isn’t really that we miss, since he’s left we’ve not had the same fizz about us, harassing the defenders and not letting them rest.
We’ve become easier to play against for oppo defenders, who have more time to play.
He has clearly been missed when you consider our change in form - so whether or not he’d get into the same position, whether or not he’d have taken the chances is an arbitrary argument, our game was different (and in my opinion a lot more effective) with him in the side, and the games would unlikely have followed the same pattern. Although I do believe he would have scored many of the chances that various players have missed.
We’ve Woodrow to come in (at some point) - hopefully he’ll give us back a bit of energy. If he’s ever fit.
He would of buried victors chance v Walsall when the keeper saved it. I don't blame victor he is a young lad but our promotion hopes shouldn't be pinned on a 20 year old who was in the 23s last season and another who was on loan at chesterfield and couldn't score their either.
We denied the huge rumour that he got injured in his medical, but coincidental maybe that he got injured in training after we signed him on loan fully fit. Can't blame people for thinking we signed a player that was injured like the rumour said.
Even if we did sign him carrying a slight knock, we're very unlikely to have bought someone who was seriously or long-term injured. That just wouldn't make any sense.
Not signing a direct replacement and an additional fit striker was pretty daft.
Especially when he made he clear early in the season he wanted to go we could have got Woodrow in earlier so he would have been ready to step up as soon as Bradders upped and left
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