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Toto Nsiala........ 12:12 - Oct 25 with 1111 viewscarlisleaway

This man has no football brain, after watching the highlights against Doncaster and Lincoln the serious lack of pace must give opposition a lift knowing he is playing. If Lambert does not replace him with Woolfenden for the next game, then he needs to take a serious look at himself. Also commenting that we are brilliant after each game is just comical. Looks like we are continuing where we left off last season against top 6 teams.
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Toto Nsiala........ on 14:22 - Oct 25 with 1004 viewsGuthrum

However, Nsiala's positioning for blocking opposition shots (which is something he does very often - including at least twice yesterday) is evidently very good.

Good Lord! Whatever is it?
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Toto Nsiala........ on 14:32 - Oct 25 with 976 viewsTheTrueBlue1878

He clearly does, but is very much a confidence player.

Has had a good first period of the season, silly foul v Doncaster, never a penalty yesterday.

Do think would be beneficial for him to have a little run out of the side now though to clear his head a little.

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Toto Nsiala........ on 14:43 - Oct 25 with 951 viewsWickets

It does not take much working out that Woolfie should have replace Toto after the Doncaster game .
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Toto Nsiala........ on 14:49 - Oct 25 with 932 viewspennblue

It's a tricky one, we have not had someone as strong as Tota since Titus Bramble.

Titus could take it from our defence through to their box, was a decent footballer, and made less mistakes.

What should really happen, is we get Titus down to the training ground to train him up, because he could be a top player if we can coach him.

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Toto Nsiala........ on 17:23 - Oct 25 with 775 viewsBlueBadger

Toto Nsiala........ on 14:49 - Oct 25 by pennblue

It's a tricky one, we have not had someone as strong as Tota since Titus Bramble.

Titus could take it from our defence through to their box, was a decent footballer, and made less mistakes.

What should really happen, is we get Titus down to the training ground to train him up, because he could be a top player if we can coach him.


Toto is 28. Any hope of training this out of him has probably long gone by now.

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Toto Nsiala........ on 17:35 - Oct 25 with 767 viewsNthsuffolkblue

Toto Nsiala........ on 14:49 - Oct 25 by pennblue

It's a tricky one, we have not had someone as strong as Tota since Titus Bramble.

Titus could take it from our defence through to their box, was a decent footballer, and made less mistakes.

What should really happen, is we get Titus down to the training ground to train him up, because he could be a top player if we can coach him.


Although coaching from someone with the same limitations and no coaching qualifications or experience probably is not wise.

Toto needs to accept he has not got any pace. He has other very good attributes that make him a footballer at the level at which he plays.

What he really needs is coaching in how to be very good without relying on pace. Maybe whoever was most effective at coaching players like McAuley and Delaney would be more wise. However, they may well be coaching at a higher level or retired by now.

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Toto Nsiala........ on 17:38 - Oct 25 with 757 viewsBlueBadger

Toto Nsiala........ on 17:35 - Oct 25 by Nthsuffolkblue

Although coaching from someone with the same limitations and no coaching qualifications or experience probably is not wise.

Toto needs to accept he has not got any pace. He has other very good attributes that make him a footballer at the level at which he plays.

What he really needs is coaching in how to be very good without relying on pace. Maybe whoever was most effective at coaching players like McAuley and Delaney would be more wise. However, they may well be coaching at a higher level or retired by now.


The other thing to consider is that Toto is 28, when players are reaching their peak level of ability.

He's probably about as good as he's going to get.

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Toto Nsiala........ on 17:50 - Oct 25 with 741 viewsNthsuffolkblue

Toto Nsiala........ on 17:38 - Oct 25 by BlueBadger

The other thing to consider is that Toto is 28, when players are reaching their peak level of ability.

He's probably about as good as he's going to get.


That depends. I accept there is a point at which someone is only going to go backwards but, if he has not had top level coaching, that should be able to improve someone willing to learn whatever their age. At the end of the day, we are unlikely to be able to provide coaching at the level above he has already received unless we get promoted and change the coaching staff.

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Toto Nsiala........ on 18:26 - Oct 25 with 680 viewsWickets

Well for me any chance we might have of getting promoted goes out of the window if Toto remains in the side !
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Toto Nsiala........ on 20:01 - Oct 25 with 590 viewsHARRY10

Toto Nsiala........ on 18:26 - Oct 25 by Wickets

Well for me any chance we might have of getting promoted goes out of the window if Toto remains in the side !


Yep, he is not up to this level at all

Grappling at players is always going to give away foul. The Doncaster player just waited until he was in the box before taking a tumble. But if Nsiala had not held hold of him, as yesterday, he would not have gone down.

Lambert inherited him, as with Nolan and until they (and others) are gone I suspect promotion will be a hard task.
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Toto Nsiala........ on 21:24 - Oct 25 with 521 viewsRadlett_blue

Toto Nsiala........ on 17:38 - Oct 25 by BlueBadger

The other thing to consider is that Toto is 28, when players are reaching their peak level of ability.

He's probably about as good as he's going to get.


Yes, but he's still a better player than James Wilson.
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Toto Nsiala........ on 21:28 - Oct 25 with 513 viewsbournemouthblue

Toto Nsiala........ on 14:49 - Oct 25 by pennblue

It's a tricky one, we have not had someone as strong as Tota since Titus Bramble.

Titus could take it from our defence through to their box, was a decent footballer, and made less mistakes.

What should really happen, is we get Titus down to the training ground to train him up, because he could be a top player if we can coach him.


De Vos was pretty damn strong

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Toto Nsiala........ on 21:36 - Oct 25 with 497 viewsPinewoodblue

Think Toto was unlucky to have a penalty awarded against him but really we should have been aware of young Johnson@s willingness to go down easily. That was the fourth penalty he has 'won' this season.

His Dad taught him well.

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Toto Nsiala........ on 21:39 - Oct 25 with 489 viewsPJH

Toto Nsiala........ on 21:28 - Oct 25 by bournemouthblue

De Vos was pretty damn strong


As was Christophe Berra who I rate as far and away our best 'defender' in recent times-best since De Vos in fact and not sure which I would choose if having to pick one.
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Toto Nsiala........ on 23:11 - Oct 25 with 410 viewsEireannach_gorm

Toto is a nice enough chap and an excellent pub team player. He is big and strong and slow. He clears the ball in the traditional Centre Half manner but when he has to think there is danger. Like Donacien, his last ditch cover is because he lets players get the wrong side of him. A player of his maturity should no be looking to build confidence, he is an experienced player. The only thing he has on Wilson is his physique and that can be a liability because he is not cute enough to use it subtly. We are not using our two best Centre Halves properly ( or at all ). I'm assuming the Wolf will be brought in for the next game and Toto will be playing up front.Sigh.
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Toto Nsiala........ on 23:19 - Oct 25 with 395 viewsBlueBadger

Toto Nsiala........ on 21:24 - Oct 25 by Radlett_blue

Yes, but he's still a better player than James Wilson.


Now there's a benchmark.

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Toto Nsiala........ on 09:03 - Oct 26 with 223 viewsRadlett_blue

Toto Nsiala........ on 23:19 - Oct 25 by BlueBadger

Now there's a benchmark.


Yes, and sadly it's where Town are right now. See also Oli Hawkins.
Toto is better on the ball than Wilson, who takes few risks & generally plays an often poor back pass to Holy or lumps the ball upfield. Toto is a better player & reasonably comfortable on the ball, but makes more obvious errors & is prone to getting turned by nippy forwards & his immediate reaction is to try to foul them. Outside the box, that's probably sensible, but he needs to be more savvy in his own penalty area.
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Toto Nsiala........ on 09:05 - Oct 26 with 214 viewsTheTrueBlue1878

Toto Nsiala........ on 21:24 - Oct 25 by Radlett_blue

Yes, but he's still a better player than James Wilson.


They both fall short in terms of technical ability of Woolfenden and McGuiness though.

And the good thing about them is firstly, they will be flanked by vast expirience, and secondly, although young in age, neither will be bullied at this level I don't think.

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