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09 Apr 2021 08:24:48
Rumours that owners want stevie Gerrard, what are peoples thoughts I think it would be a great appointment if true.

1.) 09 Apr 2021 10:00:31
Er, yeah, you know like, er, la - roughly translated as - not for me Jeff. Totally fabricated BS, more chance of my dream of signing Coutinho 😁.

2.) 09 Apr 2021 10:15:31
This strikes me as the press trying to drum up a story where in reality one doesn’t really exist. When our owners took over they were clear that we were going to have a long term plan to deliver the club success, we got promoted ahead of schedule in addition we got to a cup final, we maintained our premiership status and have kicked on from there why oh why when we are on an upward trajectory would we take the risk of changing coaches now? I could understand it if we were in free fall but we are not, don’t get me wrong I like Gerard’s approach to management but success in Scotland is very different to managing in the premiership and whilst i wouldn’t be averse to him managing our club at some point in the future that point isn’t now we should all get behind Deano.

On a separate point I see the likes of Leeds are being linked with Aguero when his contract expires, given he apparently wants to stay in the premier league what about us throwing our hat in the ring? And again before Ed 02 says he won’t sign for us and that’s more than likely true it would at least show the ambition of the club in terms of the type of signings we are competing for.

3.) 09 Apr 2021 11:40:07
Quite stunned that there should be any talk about replacing Dean Smith whether it be with Steven Gerrard or whoever
We all know that managers have a “shelf life “ but surely Dean has done enough to improve things to warrant more loyalty
Been a Villa fan long enough to realise that constantly changing the manager very seldom has long term benefits
Naturally there will come the time when we change our manager but surely not yet
We are moving forward at present and things are looking more positive than they have for a number of years
We need to be patient and stop expecting to achieve great things overnight.

4.) 10 Apr 2021 13:21:11
Spot on BigTone.

5.) 11 Apr 2021 12:21:21
Although I wouldn’t mind gerrard as manager I don’t think they would sack dean to replace with gerrard. If dean were to be sacked I’d be disappointed if he wasn’t replaced with a big name established manager with experience in either the premier league or 1 of the other big leagues in Europe. I don’t think dean can take us much further but I think stick with him for at least another season unless it’s a proven upgrade.

6.) 13 Apr 2021 01:15:41
I wouldn't take too much notice of that one to be honest and for the majority of fans I don't think it would go down to well. If Smith has a bad season and the club go backwards then it's a different tale, but for now I would suggest that it is a media generated story. UTV.



21 Feb 2021 23:29:42
One of the reasons we're easy to play against is that we play the same every week and teams know now too have 2 defenders on him, trez, elgahzi, elmo, Davis, all need to be sold, barkley so lazy and is overrated, we so need another striker, winger, and that's without squad players that need replacing, we were always going to have a blip every team has, I do worry for Smith if this continues because old habits are creeping in our game again, Smith is a decent manager, but if we are to push for top 8 and top 6 in nxt 3/ 4 yrs is he the right man too take us there, I'm not calling for him to go but he doesn't have a plan a, b, c, and never uses his subs properly, and isn't ruthless he comes across to Nice, look at westham in the same position as us last season but this season like us improved but they have a manager who knows how too mix it up moyes is a very good manager, and has made great signings soucek, coufal, signings of the season in my view, where ever we finish we have made improvements and need to go again and improve more in summer 6/ 7 players need to come in squad, 6 out as well.

1.) 22 Feb 2021 09:30:48
4eva I agree with you completely re who we need to ship out and you can add Hourihane, Taylor and Engels to that list. With regards Deano this is only his second season at this level and it’s a steep learning curve, if someone had said at the end of last season we would be where we are now with only just over half the season gone we would have snapped there hands off. and to my mind that earns Deano some time however I do think he has to adapt to the requirements of the league so as a number of posters have already pointed out we need to have a plan b which we don’t seem to have at the moment we continue to play out from the back when teams employ a high press against us, if you look at City on occasions they can mix it up and play long ball as evidenced by Ederson’s assist the other day so for me it shouldn’t be a one size fits all. He definitely needs to make better use of the bench and be more ruthless when it comes to selection and I would like to see a couple of the kids at least make the bench and it was good to see that yesterday. I think we are ahead of where we thought we would be when our owners took over but again our summer recruitment is going to be vital in terms of the clubs progression if this time next year we are making no progress then I think it’s fair enough to start to ask questions about the manager but not before.

2.) 24 Feb 2021 01:27:18
Well said there. If and only if the team struggle next year after continued investment is it really fair to ask any 'big questions' of Smith. Until then he's certainly earned the right to be given time to develop the squad. Most people would admit we're probably a season ahead of where we were aiming with winning the playoffs when Smith took over, so we've had to progress even quicker which in itself is tough going. With such a positive start and being comfortable in the league I can understand the frustration some show about wanting squad players out, wanting more consistency and the fan mentality of always wanting more, but as a fan base I'd hope most would be able to look at the big picture, recognise the huge strides we're making as a club, get behind the manager and players and enjoy it. Just think where we were 3 years ago!



27 Jul 2020 22:00:02
Sporting director gone good he was awfull.



26 Jul 2020 18:00:53
Get in well done boys UTV well done Smith aswell 👏👏👍👍.

1.) 26 Jul 2020 18:26:51
So proud. Did absolutely nothing wrong and would have been gutted if that fluke sent us down (although Reina should not have been that far out) .
I like Brentford but selfishly hope they stay down now so we can nab Benrahma and Watkins.

2.) 26 Jul 2020 19:05:58
Liverpool fan in peace
Well done you guys on securing your place in the Prem
Enjoy your summer 👍🏼.

3.) 26 Jul 2020 19:19:09
I agree 100% rk, I think we could still get them even if they come up, less likely I know, but wages and stadium + potential is far more attractive surely.
I also like Mbeumo, would be better than what we have and still only 20 yrs old.

4.) 26 Jul 2020 20:17:53
Mbuemo has definitely shown glimpses, powerful and quick with a decent eye for goal. I just think our financial position and our needs means he needs another season to prove it wasn't a one off as an unknown commodity.
Benrahma has been consistent and Watkins is versatile so would be definite value for money. Price if they come up is the issue, adds another £5-10mill per player for Brentford to let them leave.

5.) 26 Jul 2020 20:43:23
Thank you Liver_La, well done to you guys also, my son in law is a Liverpool fan.



21 Jul 2020 02:48:25
When Smith goes would any1 like jt in charge not the singer 🤣🤣🤣 I think it could work maybe plus its something new aswell, just a thought but he wouldn't be in my top 5 pics, mine in this order, Gerrard, sherwood, warno. ck, Martin O'Neil, farke.

1.) 21 Jul 2020 09:24:18
JT would be a disaster in my opinion so no I wouldn’t want him my preference would be Bilic I also like the look of Gerrard but apparently he was Bristol City’s first choice but he has said he will honour his contract with Rangers so that probably puts an end to that. I also think Farke or Alex Neill would doa decent job with us Neill has managed to build decent sides which play attractive football with little or no money it would be interesting to see what he could do with cash to spend he also brings kids through so given the CEO’s vision of developing younger players that would seem tome to be a good fit. The same can be said for. Farke. One who I think seems to be doing a good job and nobody seems to be noticing is Scott Parker at Fulham again his team seem to play good football and whenever he is interviewed he seems to talk sense.

2.) 21 Jul 2020 18:36:54
Villa John

With the greatest respect we are not Bristol city

If we come knocking then I think Gerrard wouldn’t be as loyal to rangers.

3.) 21 Jul 2020 20:42:07
If we do sack Deano then we will see if we pursue Gerrard if we do, I hope you are right.




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16 Apr 2021 21:43:36
On the youth subject, what is wrong with learning and getting minutes in the 1st team squad, not every player has to go on loan, look at Harry kanes loans he was Hardy prolific at, Leicester and Norwich, some players learn more staying at there club, you can see if you have watched our youngsters there at least 4 ready for minutes, chukwere, Barry, biddance, kessler, for me aswell I'd rather chuck play over barkley, I haven't even mentioned young Ramsey aswell, sending them out on loan for a few seasons could hurt them in my view, I'd keep them around 1st team they would learn more.

1.) 16 Apr 2021 22:33:07
He wasn't prolific at those clubs but it gave him the platform to get used to first team football and get those less effective years out of his system away from the limelight.
If he'd have been thrown in at Spurs first thing and not had a big effect it all could have gone the other way.
Also, Kanes chance came from all of their strikers being injured and they didn't have a choice. It worked out very well but I can't see how this example really highlights the need to throw people in now.

2.) 17 Apr 2021 08:48:56
Kane is almost the perfect example of why we shouldn't fast track our kids to the first team - Kane learned his trade in the lower leagues and when his chance came in the PL, he was physically and mentally ready. We clearly have some talented players coming through the ranks but as RK highlighted, they are currently 9th (out of 13) in Division 2 (Under 23s), it's not like they are running riot at the top of Division 1 so to say they are ready for minutes in the Premier League is a little premature in my opinion.

3.) 17 Apr 2021 09:09:38
As far as the u23s league position goes, most are 17,18 19 years of age, eligible for the u18s hence the majority playing in the youth Cup. They're gaining experience against more physically developed players, which could prove invaluable in the long term. What a few on here are trying to say is that, before decent loans can be arranged for next season, a reward for their development could be in the way of a place on the bench for the 1st team-valuable experience and if circumstances dictate within a game a possible 10 minute cameo, hopefully whetting their appetite to keep improving and pushing the boundaries with a clear indication that hard work will pay off.
We have 8 games to go, still with a mathematical possibility of Europe, but would it do any harm to have at least 1 on the bench for each remaining game ie Hayden instead of Elmo or Taylor, who will most likely not be here next season? It's an opportunity to try something different with no relegation pressure and the feeling of walking out onto the Villa Park pitch could be a real confidence boost.
Personally, for myself anyway, one of the proudest moments of me supporting Villa was watching those kids give liverpool a scare in the cup and I watched the entire game with a smile on my face something that doesn't often happen with the 1st team 😁👍.

4.) 17 Apr 2021 13:54:29
Good post Moose, the words of wisdom and common sense.
All we want is some faith shown in our youngsters, not a lot to ask in my opinion.



15 Apr 2021 14:32:33
Does anyone remember when our youngsters in 2013 won next gen champions league, how many players from that young team got promoted to 1st team, 1 Grealish we don't want a situation like that again shocking to think them youngsters were best in Europe but couldn't make our 1st team squad, then were sold, that's a perfect example in my view of how to waste youngsters.

1.) 15 Apr 2021 14:49:28
Thankfully it's a much different club now, with a clear vision for the future - These players will not be wasted, or rushed.



15 Apr 2021 14:14:39
For me perfect villa manager would be joachim Lowe, I'd be on phone strait the way he ticks every box, and is out of work soon aswell, for villa and would play and nurture our young lions, look what he did for Germany with the young players there, there's no harm trying is they, if you don't ask how you going to know the answer every villa fan would be happy if we signed him aswell.

1.) 15 Apr 2021 14:38:06
4eva, let's not get going on about the Manager again mate.
Chris Wilder was ticking fans boxes last year, like BK has said some of us are very fickle.
Deano need this season, and next season before we start sharpening the knives.

2.) 15 Apr 2021 17:01:06
Agreed Dave, he deserves to be in charge next season.

Also, the "fickle" comment was about football fans in general not the legends on this site 😀.



14 Apr 2021 23:39:50
Just seen a stat at work, that villa are in bottom 6 for giving under21s game time, that's not good when we have a probably about 8 that should be 15/ 20 minutes a game that wouldn't do any harm, I'm a big believer in youth and I think Barry, chuckwere, kessler, biddance, revan, should be on bench at least, we don't want our youngsters poached off us then come back to haunt us because our managers too stubborn or scared too play them, personally I'd throw them in with the 1st team squad and let them grow and give them 15/ 20 minutes but that's just my opinion it could save us millions, we need a winger and striker in summer we have Barry, and biddance why not give them a chance 1st b4 spending big let's produce our own wonderkids, then sign proven prem player or euro players.

1.) 15 Apr 2021 08:36:13
With Trez now out for the remainder of the season, and Barkley seemingly a lost cause, I would hope to see their places on the bench taken by some of the names you mention 4eva. The same could apply to players like Elmo and El Ghazi if they’re not in the plans for next season, then try a few youngsters who could be.
Some of us have been banging on about this for weeks now, and I’m glad to see you’re in that camp.
Deano does seem to have his favourites but they’ve not exactly been cutting it of late, and now is the perfect time to see what some of those lads are capable of producing on the big stage.

2.) 15 Apr 2021 08:45:15
I think we need to be careful with this crop of young stars, we have an opportunity to really cultivate a future Aston Villa side but (for me) the should not be rushed - The kids looks excellent but the majority of them are 16 or 17, we can easily forget that as they play U23s every week but they are kids - And yes I know Jude Bellingham is playing CL football at 17 and Michael Owen was ripping the WC a new one at not much older but these are the exceptions, not the rule. We need to ensure these kids are integrated into the first team at the right time, and (again for me) now is not the right time. Yes we have nothing to play for but this is the men's game and introducing these lads before they are ready could be detrimental to their development - For me a summer of strengt and conditioning and a season long loan would be a much better approach. Just my opinion though :-)

3.) 15 Apr 2021 10:39:33
What would you rather have? A raw, talented kid who'd bust his b###s off trying to impress and make a name and career for himself? Or an experienced PL/ CL/ International who throws his hands in the air and drags his feet around like Kevin the teenager? I know which i'd chose any day of the week. Its time we threw off this theory that you have to protect the youth. If they're good enough they'll shine.

4.) 15 Apr 2021 11:49:45
I honestly would not take any notice of this stat, although it's come from CIES Football Observatory (brilliant for stats) you have to take into consideration the current climate we have been
thrown into for the past two seasons.

C.V. has impacted if not all the premier teams where 1st team players (or whole squads) were forced to isolate and as a result they had to rely on the U21's to play in there place.

The stat is based upon game time from the last 30 games. Ours is 1.4% of game time for 29 games.
Top 5 are Wolves (16%), Sheff Utd (12.4%), Arsenal (11.3%), Dirty Leeds (8.7%) and Man City (7.8%)
Man Utd recorded 4.7% as did WBA, with Spurs, Palace and Fulham not giving game time to any under 21's.

Spain, France, Italy and Germany: Barcelona 15%, Monaco 14%, Verona 11.7% and Borussia Dortmund (28.5%) thanks to Bellingham, Reyna, Haaland and Sancho all under 21 prior to 30 March.

To see the states go to Football Observatory website and click the Best clubs for young players: global rankings.

5.) 15 Apr 2021 13:16:20
Totally agree 4eva, fed up of saying it to be honest.
BK, sorry mate but when have Villa been noted for rushing youngsters through, we never have mate, as 4eva has said we are in the bottom 6.
When is the right time as you say? and a mans game you call it, you can die for your country younger than some of these kids.
People can say what they like but some of them are ready for first team minutes, and need exposure.
We are not asking them to save us from relegation, just to give us an idea of their progress, and whether they can save us some money.

6.) 15 Apr 2021 13:21:43
Moose, we don't know if they are good enough yet, yes I would prefer Aaron Ramsey bursting his a$$ instead of Ross Barkley but at what cost? We absolutely have to protect these young players, Aston Villa are in a great position but just because the ran riot against Burton U18s doesn't mean they are ready for Man City next week.

The likelihood is that we will see Barry, Kessler, Ramsey, Chukwuemeka and Philogene-Bidace migrating to the senior squad over the next few seasons and I'm 100% convinced (like you) they will be fantastic players for Aston Villa but the fact is, for every Bellingham or Owen there are 20 young players thrown in at the deep end who can't handle it and don't fulfill their potential. We should nurture these players, remain patient, perhaps consider some loans to give them experience of the men's game without lining up against Kevin DeBryune.

7.) 15 Apr 2021 14:00:30
Dave, I'm not saying they shouldn't get experience of senior football, I'm saying there needs to be a strategic plan to get them there - Throwing Chukwuemeka into the team against Premier League midfielders could destroy his confidence. 3 months strenght and conditioning over the summer and a loan to League 1 next season where he will be a Rolls Royce player (like Jack a few years) is a much better option for Villa long term. He comes back confidence intact with experience of the senior game and ready for the Villa team.

The reality is we (football fans) are a fickle lot (me included), one moment a player is flavour of the month and after a few bad performances he should never play for us again - The club will be aware of this, and aware of the fact we have the foundations of a very good team in 4 or 5 years from the academy, these players will not be rushed.

8.) 15 Apr 2021 14:08:42
That’s the beauty of the situation now Dave, there’s no real pressure, and I sense a growing number of Villa supporters are curious to see how they would do.
Did anybody really know if the likes of Owen, Rooney, Giggs, Foden etc. we’re going to be exceptional before they got their debuts at the age of 17. The point being nobody knows until they’re given the stage to perform on.
What greater motivation for any young footballer is there than to get a taste of first team football. Give them a taste of it now and they’ll be hungry for more.

9.) 15 Apr 2021 14:23:04
Absolutely Mark, 100% mate.
BK, pussy footing around assuming that game time against a quality midfielder, is going to destroy someones confidence is not on mate.
If it does, they are in the wrong business.
And yes we are fickle, some of us 😂 so we will have to agree to disagree on this, sorry but nobody will convince me otherwise, on this topic.
There will never be a better opportunity, than the current situation.

10.) 15 Apr 2021 14:48:25
I'm happy to agree to disagree on this one as you won't convince me that throwing youngsters in for the sake of it will benefit them, gradual introduction is what is required and I assume (hope) the club feels the same way.

11.) 15 Apr 2021 15:03:04
Hang on a bit BK, let's get this right, gradual introduction is what I am on about.
I have said game minutes, not throw them into full games.
So you agree with me now?

12.) 15 Apr 2021 15:26:58
Last 15 -20 minutes of games is gradual introduction isn’t it 🤷🏼.

13.) 15 Apr 2021 15:36:02
Exactly Mark.

14.) 15 Apr 2021 16:02:39
Yup, that's what I'm on about too 👍.

15.) 15 Apr 2021 16:53:32
I think the other benefit you get from introducing youngsters to first team action is it shows the next generation that if you are good enough a clear path to first team football is available to you, what we don’t want is what’s happened at other club’s where talented youngsters have felt they have little or no opportunities and therefore come contract time they seek pastures new. With our investment in youth we want that to benefit our club not someone else’s.

16.) 15 Apr 2021 17:02:32
Gradual introduction over the coming seasons is what I meant, rather than minutes this season - I don't think we will agree on this one lads 😀.

17.) 15 Apr 2021 17:39:29
If you're old enough, you're good enough- just ask Ron Benson and Trevor Hedges 🤣🤣🤣🤣.

18.) 15 Apr 2021 18:32:45
They beat Burton U18s 9-0 but that's the equivalent of the first team playing Sutton Utd.
For every good result they've had a shocking one. They are outside the playoff places of the second division meaning they aren't playing the top youth teams and are still struggling to be at the top.
There's an argument for the top youngsters being better around better players but people are suggesting over half that team are first team ready. If that was the case they should easily be winning that league.

19.) 15 Apr 2021 19:02:19
Villa nearly got relegated last season, but still possessed one of the best midfielders in England.
Your point proves nothing rk.

20.) 15 Apr 2021 19:04:39
I played in the same team as a lad that went to Lilleshall (we’re talking 30+ years ago) a centre half, he was Jaap Stam good at 14/ 15, the nose signed him and then he went to Derby when they were throwing money around, pretty sure they paid bout half a million for him and he hadn’t even played a 1st team game, think he played about 10 games for Derby then never heard of him again, think he ended up at Forest Green. I think my point here is there’s a very fine line where a player could go either way, this guy was immense as a kid, surprised he didn’t make it big time, he weren’t a Billy Big B@ll@cks either, can only put it down to miss management 🤷🏼‍♂️


21.) 15 Apr 2021 22:19:27
1 player isn't 6 like we're talking about is it? I can understand picking out 1 and saying he stands out but when people claim half a team are ready despite not having achieved much at a much lower level then there is definitely a point.
There is a lot of promise there that we have been shown glimpses of but they still need to learn what it takes to get results.
Promotion to youth division 1, loan time or at least a result in the "whatever the JPT is now called" cup stakes their claim. It's a great future but the level is still far removed from Prem football at this moment in time. Players like Vardy and Kane had to get experience at lower levels to get where they are. In contrast you look at Liverpool having to throw in youngsters who haven't been a disaster but have certainly dropped them a level or 2. It's probably cost them Champions League football. If we drop a level or 2 then we're in trouble.
Give them loans at teams competing near the top of Championship or League One (wherever they can get ample game time) so they get the chance to show their worth in a team that isn't struggling. Builds up confidence and experience before being thrown into our melting pot of expectation.

22.) 16 Apr 2021 12:37:11
I don’t think it would be a melting pot of expectation between now and the end of the season though.
I see your point regarding a mixed season in the u23 league rk, but even if there are 4 or 5 outstanding players if the rest aren’t up to scratch, that will be reflected in the results and league position. There are 5 players, Barry, Chukwuemeka, Ramsey (A), Philogene Bidace and Hayden, who have been consistently outstanding throughout this season. They haven’t always been available as a group for the matches though, which will have an influence on the results.
By all accounts the Leeds team which sits on top of the table has much greater strength in depth and isn’t necessarily a team containing outstanding individuals.
It will certainly be interesting tonight when our lads face Leeds as all 5 mentioned above should be available to play.
It may well be the case that all 5 aren’t ready for regular first team exposure, but one or two of them might be.
There really is only one way to find out and that’s to give them the opportunity. Europe hopes have been extinguished, risk of relegation is no longer an issue, and there are no supporters to express their displeasure, therefore the pressure is as minimal as it’s going to get.
If ever there was a good time to give them their baptisms it’s surely now.
Other clubs would also be very interested to see how they fare, and not only would it give them ideal preparation for loan deals next season, but it could mean they’re loaned out to better clubs. It would put them in the shop window if you like.
I have to say this topic has generated a lot of debate and opinion appears to be very much divided. No doubt the debate will continue after tonight’s game against Leeds.

23.) 16 Apr 2021 12:56:43
I don’t suppose you could move this post could you Ed.
I didn’t realize VillaDave was going to start a new thread on the same topic. If it could be moved to just under rk’s post at 12: 31: 59, it would be very much appreciated.

{Ed002's Note - That is not possible. Just repost it Mark.}

24.) 16 Apr 2021 13:19:03
Short of writing it out all again, I don’t know how to do that Ed.
No worries mate, it doesn’t matter.

{Ed002's Note - Cut and paste it.}

25.) 17 Apr 2021 11:50:43
Sorry Ed, forgot to say thanks 👍.



13 Apr 2021 16:53:04
Or not saying this will happen but if manager gives our youth a chance what about this line up
Gk, martinez, Cb, konsa, revan, lb, target, rb, cash
Mids mgginn, cairneychukwere, ramsey
Grealish, Watkins, Barry.

1.) 14 Apr 2021 03:32:29
Although I too would like to see some experimenting in these last few games with the pressure of the season now off, I just don't visualise Smith making that many changes at once in regards to young players, he may throw the odd one an opportunity here and there but he is more likely to give 1 or 2 a twenty minute run out at the end of a game. He should switch the formation about a little too to give him some knowledge of his options for next season, just a thought but I don't see much happening against Man City other than damage limitation if I'm honest. UTV.




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04 Aug 2020 21:05:26
We will see Ed you know best after all you do know everything you might aswell be on the board the amount times you tell people they will be no spending and all that bs, it's all you go on about 😂😊😂😂😂😂.

{Ed002's Note - Perhaps you should read what I have written. You clearly don’t understand FFP, you certainly do not understand anything about the Aston Villa finances, and you don’t seem concerned that the club sold the ground. The major asset has GONE. You might want to find somewhere else to share your inane nonsense - it is not wanted here.}



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04 Aug 2020 20:44:31
Ffp right like you always keep going on about il believe it when it comes out our chaiirmens mouth or our owners the 1s who know what is going on because there at the club, and plus if we were going to be hit by ffp it would of happened by now, plus it's flawed anyway city clearly cheated and got away with 8million fine, why a fine when you have done nothing wrong, anyway I trust the owners they know what they are doing, I'm sure you like just winding us villa fans up.

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04 Aug 2020 15:34:54
Agree dave he's good but he's know, platt, little, Atkinson, Yorke, and Ashley Young all of them world class jack needs to do way more for me, his 2nd half of the season wasn't great thou but if he stays and we get more quality like benerama, and quality mid and 2 strikers he would be much better.



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29 Jul 2020 14:12:50
Wot about King and Lewis cook.



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12 Jul 2020 04:07:07
Defo we need a new team let's blood our own players and don't loan any players, we made that mistake last time.




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16 Apr 2021 12:14:45
If we don't do it then our set up is pointless, these players need 15/ 20 mins it will help them.



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04 Apr 2021 18:22:31
Il have to not watch Ed in future some1 upstairs telling me something 😂😂😂😂😂.



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28 Mar 2021 20:26:10
No football 21 mate.



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23 Mar 2021 09:55:34
Funny guy rnt you should do stand up 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣.



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23 Mar 2021 07:02:13
Doesn't work like that with some on here scotty mate people take it too heart football is about different views and opinions, everyone isn't going to think the same.