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So fast forward 2 months 09:52 - Sep 23 with 729 viewsMetal_Hacker

Apart from perhaps KVY but everyone is fit , we've got McGuinness as well

What's the proposed starting 11 ? To sit Woolfy and McGuinness together at the back would be exciting but would they get bullied ? Sat in front of those Downes and Dozzell ,would there be enough protection ? In front of those as it sits now for me it'd be Drinan wouldn't it ?

A very very young spine running through that team ? Could it work ?

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Looks good on paper.... on 09:57 - Sep 23 with 701 viewsBloots

....but you're right it's frighteningly young!

I've got a completely unfounded sneaky feeling that Wolfy may be on his way out.

I hope I'm wrong.

If Shambert goes with Wolf and McG it's a brave move.

Lambert out.
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Looks good on paper.... on 10:00 - Sep 23 with 697 viewsBlueBadger

Looks good on paper.... on 09:57 - Sep 23 by Bloots

....but you're right it's frighteningly young!

I've got a completely unfounded sneaky feeling that Wolfy may be on his way out.

I hope I'm wrong.

If Shambert goes with Wolf and McG it's a brave move.


He's probably going to stick with Wilson and Nsiala and keep both Woolf and McGuinness on the bench all season because 'I've learnt from my mistakes and you shouldn't keep changing the team'.
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Looks good on paper.... on 10:17 - Sep 23 with 632 viewsMetal_Hacker

Looks good on paper.... on 09:57 - Sep 23 by Bloots

....but you're right it's frighteningly young!

I've got a completely unfounded sneaky feeling that Wolfy may be on his way out.

I hope I'm wrong.

If Shambert goes with Wolf and McG it's a brave move.


Why the feeling about Wolfy ?

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Looks good on paper.... on 10:22 - Sep 23 with 617 viewsSwansea_Blue

Looks good on paper.... on 09:57 - Sep 23 by Bloots

....but you're right it's frighteningly young!

I've got a completely unfounded sneaky feeling that Wolfy may be on his way out.

I hope I'm wrong.

If Shambert goes with Wolf and McG it's a brave move.


The back 3 down here at Swansea are 22, 20 and 20. And are starting to be recognised as amongst the division's best. So I suppose age isn't necessarily a problem. With Chambers on one side and Ward on the other we've still got the experience back there.

But I think you're right and there may be interest in him.

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Mainly because I'm a miserable... on 10:22 - Sep 23 with 612 viewsBloots

Looks good on paper.... on 10:17 - Sep 23 by Metal_Hacker

Why the feeling about Wolfy ?


....pessimist!

It just seems odd that McG is a very, very similar player in both style and age to Wolfy.

I'm probably over thinking it and it will be down to the injury issue.

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Mainly because I'm a miserable... on 10:25 - Sep 23 with 606 viewsMetal_Hacker

Mainly because I'm a miserable... on 10:22 - Sep 23 by Bloots

....pessimist!

It just seems odd that McG is a very, very similar player in both style and age to Wolfy.

I'm probably over thinking it and it will be down to the injury issue.


Could always look at it from an optimist's prescriptive

Maybe PL is making a calculated decision that both will compliment each other

Either way I'm sure we'll find out very soon

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Looks good on paper.... on 10:27 - Sep 23 with 600 viewsMetal_Hacker

Looks good on paper.... on 10:22 - Sep 23 by Swansea_Blue

The back 3 down here at Swansea are 22, 20 and 20. And are starting to be recognised as amongst the division's best. So I suppose age isn't necessarily a problem. With Chambers on one side and Ward on the other we've still got the experience back there.

But I think you're right and there may be interest in him.


Yeah fair point with both Chambers and Ward alongside them...quite like the idea myself

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So fast forward 2 months on 10:27 - Sep 23 with 602 viewsdavblue

The new lad is 6'4 so hopefully not, he may lack some knowhow against some of the more experienced forwards.
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So fast forward 2 months on 10:46 - Sep 23 with 557 viewsCokeIsKey

I think a back 4 of Chambers-Woolf-Mcguiness-Ward would be one of the best in the league - Woolf and Mcguiness are both 6'4 so I doubt they would get bullied and Mcguiness has captained Arsenal's youth so along with Chambers and Ward our discipline and organisation could be quite good.

Combine the technical quality of Woolf and Mcguiness with KVY bursting down the right flank and our backline could massively help our attack in breaking break down those pesky teams that set up to defend. Looking forward to seeing it in action COYB!

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So fast forward 2 months on 10:48 - Sep 23 with 556 viewsStokieBlue

Watching McGuiness the other week I think there is very little chance him and Wolfie would be bullied.

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So fast forward 2 months on 10:53 - Sep 23 with 526 viewsMetal_Hacker

So fast forward 2 months on 10:48 - Sep 23 by StokieBlue

Watching McGuiness the other week I think there is very little chance him and Wolfie would be bullied.

SB


Here's hoping then Wolfy isn't on his travels as a few speculate

Didn't get to see the Arsenal game but from what I've seen from the highlights it could be quite exciting .....in a few months

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Looks good on paper.... on 11:04 - Sep 23 with 492 viewspointofblue

Looks good on paper.... on 10:00 - Sep 23 by BlueBadger

He's probably going to stick with Wilson and Nsiala and keep both Woolf and McGuinness on the bench all season because 'I've learnt from my mistakes and you shouldn't keep changing the team'.
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To be fair, if we’re winning then why should he change a winning team, unless it’s by 4-3 each game and the defence is making horrendous mistakes which prevents us from ring victorious by a bigger margin. Just like Downes, Woolfenden (who I fear is either being lined up to be sold or has a long term injury) and McGuinness will have to be patient and take advantage of any chances given, as Nolan has.

I’d just be glad if the League One season is still going in two months - I have a feeling it’s going to be cancelled due to the lack of testing.

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So fast forward 2 months on 11:20 - Sep 23 with 448 viewsThatMuhrenCross

You’re right that they’re young.

However, in Woolfenden, McGuinness, Downes and Dozzell, you have got four players who quite frankly are far, far to good for League One. It would be no surprise to me at all if in five years time they’re all Premier League regulars with potentially even a few England caps between them.

I think ultimately you want to play with your best XI and if Lambert seems them as being among our best players, age should be no issue. There is plenty of experience in the squad to surround them with in the likes of Ward, Chambers, Nsiala, Skuse, Sears, Judge and Norwood to name just a few.

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So fast forward 2 months on 11:49 - Sep 23 with 415 viewsMetal_Hacker

So fast forward 2 months on 11:20 - Sep 23 by ThatMuhrenCross

You’re right that they’re young.

However, in Woolfenden, McGuinness, Downes and Dozzell, you have got four players who quite frankly are far, far to good for League One. It would be no surprise to me at all if in five years time they’re all Premier League regulars with potentially even a few England caps between them.

I think ultimately you want to play with your best XI and if Lambert seems them as being among our best players, age should be no issue. There is plenty of experience in the squad to surround them with in the likes of Ward, Chambers, Nsiala, Skuse, Sears, Judge and Norwood to name just a few.


Could be quite exciting looking ahead

With the players you've mentioned combined with KVY and the likes of Lankester's mobility it really could be exciting

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