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These niggling injuries that Norwood, KVY and others have had
at 20:27 25 Feb 2020

By turf...you mean beach?
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These niggling injuries that Norwood, KVY and others have had
at 20:26 25 Feb 2020

No....they play on that pitch every other week.
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9th at the minute
at 20:26 25 Feb 2020

I think we already know.
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9th at the minute
at 20:25 25 Feb 2020

He is Hurst 2.0.

We still only play in spells...we fail to dominate...we are goal shy....we continue to allow teams to easily score against us.

Lambert...with any other club....would have been sacked....twice.
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He wont walk out of a 5-year contract
at 16:54 25 Feb 2020

He's got history.
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Yes/No - Are there actually any fans of Lambert left?
at 16:06 25 Feb 2020

All the good work he has undertaken off the pitch has been undone by his odd mid season disastrous approach on the pitch.

I'm still firmly of the belief that he wrongly got a free hit end of last season. He was brought in to stave off relegation - he never remotely got us anywhere near that - a disaster, whilst not his own making, he didn't do anything to really address.
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Lambert: his form as a manager would have seen out of a job
at 16:02 25 Feb 2020

twice with other clubs.

We really do have a soft underbelly don't we?

I'm no advocate of chopping and changing managers for the sake of it and I am proud of the fact that we give our managers time but, by heck, this is proving most odd.
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The season is over, right?
at 16:00 25 Feb 2020

If we don't get promoted Lambert won't be here next year. He'll walk (not the first time) or his 5 years contract will likely allow us to replace him.
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The season is over, right?
at 15:50 25 Feb 2020

Given how we have played against those in the around the play-offs, it's difficult to see us doing P'Boro, Coventry or Wycombe for example - especially over two games.

Getting into the play-offs isn't beyond us but, it's hard to see us doing well if we do.
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Club Finances
at 13:11 25 Feb 2020

Sorry Pecks - that made me chuckle.
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clear the decks and go for a new drastic vision
at 12:29 25 Feb 2020

More to the point - this season above any other, he's been behind both Nolan and Judge. Neither of which have offered anything of note. Why Dozzer hasn't had the opportunity for a run is games is an utter waste. We would be in no worse a position for him playing.
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clear the decks and go for a new drastic vision
at 10:34 25 Feb 2020

We have enough in certain positions to rotate - along with using the more mature/ experienced players.

Surely, Dozzell getting a run of ten games instead of Judge (given early season form) would have seen us no worse off?

Yes, they may not be able to play all the games (Woolfy - for example, does look a little more ropey at the moment) but if you have a mix of younger players and experienced then you've got to use them - otherwise what is the point?

Dozzell needs to be playing football, for example.
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clear the decks and go for a new drastic vision
at 09:15 25 Feb 2020

Not advocating moving to an entire youth team Guthers.

I think we can have a better mix of youth/ senior players - more so than we have now.
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clear the decks and go for a new drastic vision
at 09:04 25 Feb 2020

I think there is a decent argument for making much more use of them though?

Have the likes of Judge, Nolan, Norwood, Edwards all been 'that' much more consistent/ effective than the younger players might have been if given the same game time?

Look how Downes and Woolfy have progressed for example, with consistent game time.
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West Ham
at 20:55 24 Feb 2020

15th richest club in Europe....ask a Hammers fan if they properly invest.
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Oxford’s performance
at 18:12 22 Feb 2020

And yet the only real bit of quality today was their goal.
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Why is the EU banning coal/wood fires?
at 09:53 21 Feb 2020

I should add (and if this sounds condescending then apologies it's not meant that way) - well done for changing your habits!
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Why is the EU banning coal/wood fires?
at 09:48 21 Feb 2020

"Garage is going to fill up with wood drying out."

So, whilst slightly inconvenient - the policy, for you, has had the desired effect - it's got you thinking about 'what' you burn.

Perfect.
[Post edited 21 Feb 9:53]
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Tony Blair
at 11:56 20 Feb 2020

The underlying cause of Brexit is fundamentally a historical apathy and distrust of the EU from the outset - the constant negative media around the EU and what it does.

It was then a gamble by Cameron who, by his own admission, utterly called it wrong in terms of a referendum.

Where is Blairs hand in this?
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Tony Blair
at 11:40 20 Feb 2020

That's some pretty decent rewriting of history there.

There are many things Blair is responsible for but Brexit and the potential break up of the Union are not two of them.

Whilst one can argue he could have done more - he and Labour addressed many inequalities in their time in office - far more than the Conservatives have done since they got into power.
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