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Nsiala in Team of the Week
Monday, 28th Sep 2020 12:46

Centre-half Toto Nsiala has been named in the Sky Bet League One Team of the Week for his performance in Saturday’s 2-0 home victory over Rochdale.

It’s the third week running that the Blues have been represented in the divisional select XI with Teddy Bishop having been included a fortnight ago and Jon Nolan last week along with manager Paul Lambert.

Also in this week’s XI is ex-Town loanee Dominic Samuel, who scored twice on his Gillingham debut as the Kent side beat Blackpool 2-0 at the Priestfield Stadium.


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LWNR2013 added 12:51 - Sep 28
Good
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Wooly74 added 12:53 - Sep 28
OMG seriously!!!

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Mattchuuuu added 12:54 - Sep 28
Congratulations, Toto - brilliant at interceptions/ putting his body in the way, little bit scary when passing though. Overall, his games improved a hell of a lot for being in the team (hats off to Lambert)
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spanishblue added 12:55 - Sep 28
nice one but why no Edwards 3 good games,
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leftie1972 added 13:00 - Sep 28
Well done Tote! This will do no end of good for his confidence, he has come back a different player this season so far. Long may it continue!
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jayessess added 13:11 - Sep 28
thought he was better the week before!
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PortmanTerrorist added 13:12 - Sep 28
We signed Toto as he was quality at this level, the last time he was given a proper run (back end of season before last) he was easily our best defender, so no surprise here.

Well done Toto. Greater challenges to come, but in Toto we trust. COYB
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ChrisFelix added 13:18 - Sep 28
Thats 'one in the eye' for those who criticise him
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BlockJJ added 13:24 - Sep 28
"Post contains unacceptable language"

Damn, I can't post what I think about that..
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TrueBlue66 added 13:50 - Sep 28
Solid performance, a couple of stray passes early on in the game but keep a clean sheet every week and we can deal with those minor mistakes!
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WhoisJimmyJuan added 13:56 - Sep 28
I'm really pleased. And I'm glad to be proved wrong: I had long given up on him. My bad. More work needed on distribution but it seems maybe he just lost confidence and now its coming back.
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Billericay12 added 14:13 - Sep 28
Hilarious!!! Who the hell picked that team ?
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ThatMuhrenCross added 14:23 - Sep 28
There's a decent player in there somewhere. I just hope the coaches are really working hard with him on what he does when in possession. The sessions will certainly be upping in quality now that Woolfenden is back and McGuiness is on board.
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Elmswell_Blue added 14:24 - Sep 28
TrueBlue66 even our excellent midfield players each managed a couple of dodgy passes. It happens.
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MickMillsTash added 15:00 - Sep 28
Good second half
Those first half passes though are unacceptable any level- fat men in massive shorts on a Monday night, U15, ITFC - its a good job there was no crowd there to get on his back.
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dirtydingusmagee added 15:09 - Sep 28
i think he is improving, but always a nagging feeling there are some costly errors just waiting to spoil things ,but credit to him for his effort .
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ArnieM added 15:41 - Sep 28
Well I’d rather have Toto in the team than the veteran Tommy Smith
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runningout added 15:48 - Sep 28
When he sorts his passing out, he’ll be in Team of the season
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blue86 added 15:58 - Sep 28
Well done Toto, keep it up.
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Linkboy13 added 16:14 - Sep 28
Pleased for Toto not really my cup of tea but don't mind being proved wrong, unlike some numpties on here who have probably never played the game.
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Linkboy13 added 16:19 - Sep 28
ArnieM Tommy Smith's not a veteran he just plays like one. Still think we should sign him ha ha.
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Bert added 16:49 - Sep 28
Toto will be really pleased and so should we. Powerful in the air, blocks well and just needs to work on being confident on the ball. Probably not the best decision making at times but he will learn . Well done.
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CraigEdwards added 17:07 - Sep 28
His defending is ok but always seems to look like there's a mistake in him.
Distribution over short distance could go anywhere.
He has improved but not sure his the future.

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BeattiesBackPocket added 17:29 - Sep 28
Good for him! I remember the Leeds Utd game season we came down he was absolutely immense at the back and had hoped he’d continue that but he didn’t. If he can get to that level again then brilliant
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Reuserscurtains added 17:59 - Sep 28
You have a proper respected organiser in Ward helping him now. It shows
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