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Nydam Starts as Adeyemi Suffers Knock in Warm-Up
Saturday, 30th Sep 2017 14:48

Tristan Nydam is a late call into the Town side facing Bristol City with Tom Adeyemi having picked up a knock in the warm-up.

The 17-year-old will take up the deeper lying midfield role alongside Cole Skuse with Kevin Bru taking his place on the bench.

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Pessimistic added 14:53 - Sep 30
That is a strange one. How do you pick up a kock in the warm up?

Pessimistic added 14:54 - Sep 30
I mean a knock in the warm up?

Pessimistic added 14:55 - Sep 30
And If my fist statement did not have a typing error in it, I guess it could have been even worse!

Pessimistic added 14:56 - Sep 30
FIRST STATEMENt! Sorry these messages are very garbled...

WeWereZombies added 14:57 - Sep 30
Had to withdraw as he picked up his kock?

Superblue95 added 15:08 - Sep 30
Had a few too many before the game pessimistic?

brendanh added 15:19 - Sep 30
I'd have started Flynn Downes instead. Nydam was bullied at Leeds.

thundercat600 added 15:38 - Sep 30
Well I have to say Bristol are now two up, the most striking thing is how pedestrian Town are in getting forward, seems as if there is no urgency. One thing about today's football is the speed that the ball is played forward. Town are not going get much out of this game if they continue to play like this.

Pessimistic added 15:56 - Sep 30
Perhaps that's where I went wrong I didn't have a drink before posting Superblue95!

blue75 added 16:56 - Sep 30
I believe it was the fact he knocked the ball a long the ground that McCarthy didn’t want to risk him playing balls like that all game!!

ArnieM added 17:52 - Sep 30
Is f _lucking ridiculous the number of injuries our players pick up in training etc. It's about time they sorted this out!

Sam added 16:53 - Oct 1
Brendah, Downes is injured!!!

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