Bad man management. Check. Letting go of some of our more talented players. Check. Not giving the youth a chance. Check Failing to advance past the league cup 1st round. Only Mick on this one. Playing 4 central defenders. Check. Playing 3/4 central midfielders. Check. Cracking press conferences. Check. Hoof ball. Check. Severe lack of tactical direction. Check. Fear of buying/playing an actual right back. Check.
This is what really annoys me. He is currently 2nd choice goalkeeper (although I rate him) in a poor Reading side and he is being linked with a ¬£6m move. Ross McCormack is obviously nowhere near worth ¬£11m and Jordan Rhodes nowhere near worth ¬£12m (or whatever has been quoted), so why did we give in at what we did for Cresswell? I'm not saying he is worth ¬£10m+, but surely we could have got a lot more for him? It seems that we are still living in the 00's when it comes to transfer fees.
Don't know if anyone heard him on 5 live Saturday morning before the game promoting his book The Incredible Adventures of an Unstoppable Keeper. I can't say I had heard of him before but came across as an eccentric, interesting character. He is the only player to play professional football in 6 continents, was jailed in Malaysia for 100 days for performing too well in a game and apparently turned down a move to Ipswich at some point (mid 90's). Sounds like it may be a good read.
76 years today since your first professional match....... You've been in thousands of relationships over the years, many of which have ended in heartbreak but no matter how much you hurt me I'll always remember the good times we've had together and will always promise to love you.
CF: Daryl Murphy David McGoldrick Conor Sammon B√°lint Bajner
Squad of 22 (including 2 'promoted' academy players), which is rather small indeed. 23 when Marriott is back from his loan (not including Taylor, Wordsworth and Veseli as they're obviously completely out of favour now).
How many do people think we ideally need to bring in and where?
I am an Ipswich lad looking to move to London and frankly have no idea where to start when it comes to picking a suitable place to live in our great capital.
I know alot of you live there so has anyone got any sensible ideas? I am happy to pay no more than ¬£1500 per month rent or about 350 - 400 to buy. Not bothered about tube and train links as I intent to use my motorbike as my main travel option. We have a dog too and he has to come with us finding a place a little garden is actually a lot more problematic than I had ever imagined.