We're clutching at straws though aren't we to be honest.
Person- Hi Chester do you have a favourite soccer team? Chester- No Person- How about Ipswich? Chester- Who? Person- Ipswich, they've been in middle of the Championship for about 12 consecutive seasons now Chester- Yeah, they'll do
Toss up between Hyam and Bru for me, I think with the team I did there is more than enough technical ability and you need a Hyam/Tabb in there to keep a balance. I would be surprised to see Fryers start straight away unless he is forced to because of injuries. I think he was brought to keep Mings on his toes more than anything.
This is the thing, I said this when Derby signed Darren Bent. It sounds a great signing and although he's scored a few for them without Martin they're half the side. He's the focal point, he links all the play together. That's not what Bent does so they had to adapt.
I can feel a similar thing with Jones, Bournemouth play in a fluid way and the partnership of Kermorgant and Wilson suits them. Jones is a good option to have if you want to go a bit more direct but I'm not sure he would fit into their plan a style. He may prove to be great but what does it actually add?
The players we sign are all quite similar and whilst they don't get people dancing, it does mean they all fit into our way of playing quite seamlessly.
Think it was a good job that the two players who went through were our two freshest, I think a lot of other players may not have had the whereabouts to do what Sears did having been on the pitch for so long.
I also think quite a few players would have smashed it at goal at such a late stage in the game so you can't underestimate the coolness of the finish. A I say, lucky really that the two that did the two things were the ones who still had something in the tank.
Do you not think its different in this case though Vapours? Prodigy are essentially a drum and base band, stuff people can go nuts to. Radiohead are an experimental indie band, who are able to change their music up because its lower in tempo than a prodigy.
What's the point in the Prodigy reinventing themselves now when they've made money and had previous success? Changing now would probably just be a stain on their legacy. They already have a fan base and a style of music that's popular.
Yeah I'm with you, think once you've had success like them there isn't a thirst for it. I think its more a case of them doing it for money, or just personal enjoyment really. The irony is it probably still sounds better than a lot of stuff flying around today.
Its difficult for a band like them to sound different in my opinion, they play a certain style of music that can sound repetitive and difficult to change. I think once you hear it you enjoy and then that's as far as it goes, if your an indie band (Arctic monkeys) for example, you can change your sound a bit and can draw all kinds of people to the music.
They had some quite heavy stuff early on (I bet that you'd look good on the dance floor) where as AM was a bit more toned down. Just think its its difficult for a band like prodigy to mix it up, they may not need to now anyway.