Pre Season 21/22 Thread

Philosorapter

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Worse then the 400M. Speed and stamina
 

pipkin73

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Yeah that’s him, he’s not particularly tall, about Bayliss build. Next to Allen who I’d say is a weak 5’7”
Next to half a dozen of our players, looks massive.
Guess if next to the smaller players in the team it would give that impression.
Is he any good? left or right footed?
I assume he is a centre back.
 

SlowerThanPlatt

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Next to half a dozen of our players, looks massive.
Guess if next to the smaller players in the team it would give that impression.
Is he any good? left or right footed?
I assume he is a centre back.
He’s a centre mid, signed a pro contract as soon he turned 17 which the club only does for an exceptional player. On a podcast Dave Boddy said the club did well to keep him as plenty of clubs wanted to sign him.
 

pipkin73

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He’s a centre mid, signed a pro contract as soon he turned 17 which the club only does for an exceptional player. On a podcast Dave Boddy said the club did well to keep him as plenty of clubs wanted to sign him.
That is one thing we have missed in midfield, a tall dominant figure. Is he a creative or defensive type of midfielder? If creative and his size then he could be a hell of a player worth shit loads to us in the future.
 

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Noticed O’Hare got number 10 on his training gear this year, wouldn’t of thought they would bother changing it if they were planning on selling.
Noticed O’Hare got number 10 on his training gear this year, wouldn’t of thought they would bother changing it if they were planning on selling.
As President of the SPWH (Society for the Protection of 'Wouldn't Have') I have to object to this early sighting of a 'wouldn't of'. How about every subsequent sighting requires £5 to be contributed to the Season Ticket Fund?
 

shmmeee

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As President of the SPWH (Society for the Protection of 'Wouldn't Have') I have to object to this early sighting of a 'wouldn't of'. How about every subsequent sighting requires £5 to be contributed to the Season Ticket Fund?
Are you trying to bankrupt SBT members?