What are your thoughts on him? I rate him but sometimes I watch him and think he is always on the peripheral of a game. Other times he's class to watch with his skills and everything. Not sure how good he is.
The guy is classy at this level but I didn't quite get the idea of playing Skuse and Douglas together again when it doesn't work unless there's a 3.
I know it was in a way because M-Niles was in there but he's forward thinking, he roams, he kind of does what Douglas does but in a more dynamic way.
We could have done worse than sticking a Jay Tabb on Downing tonight, kick his heels, putting him off his game. I know its easy to say that now but he could at least be on the bench, I didn't even see Coke when he came on.
A fit Luke Hyam as well would have been useful also, we missed someone combative in the middle. We seemed to push so high at times than we left so much space in behind again.
First half we made about 4 last ditch tackles to stop threatening attacks. I admire Mick in a way for having a go but I'm surprised a manager like him didn't come up with any real plan of nullifying them.
I feel sorry for our full backs, no wonder Knudsen and Chambo are the ones getting the stick they're constantly exposed. They're having to do the jobs of a left back and left midfielder at once, they're not machines.
Middlesbrough are a good side though, and I wouldn't be surprised to see them go up.
The figures spent on agents' fees were published on Monday and they made positive reading for Town fans. The results were collected between October 2014-September 2015 and established Town as the Championship's fourth-lowest spenders (£261,347) with only Rotherham and league newcomers Bristol City and Preston below them.
I enjoy a lot of indie music but I did terrible on this, I was confident of eliminating one answer on quite a few questions but chose the wrong option of the remaining two (if that makes sense). A few bands mentioned I wasn't really familiar with.
Anyone think it could be something to do with the intensity in which players are trained? I mean the two main clubs who have lost players to long-term injuries (Bournemouth and Liverpool) have managers now who play at a really fast pace.
Klopp mentions his 'full throttle football', and Howe gets Bournemouth pressing and streaming forward at a really fast tempo and I'd imagine he's upped training to get his players fit enough to play in the Premier League week in week out.
May just be coincidence but just throwing it out there.
Then surely Cresswell deserves to be in the squad this time around? Gibbs hasn't played well for a while and has lost his place in the Arsenal team. Cresswell meanwhile has maintained a pretty good consistency bar one bad game against Bournemouth.