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|players out of contract|
at 17:21 3 Feb 2019
lots of players coming up to the end of their contracts (some have an extra year option in our favour).
who would be useful in league one?
smith-probably get rid, is he injured?
collins-keep if any chance of him being fit, maybe player/coach
dawkins-?? prob get rid
|next season's opponents|
at 16:09 3 Feb 2019
who do we want/not want assuming we go down?
i'm hoping bradford cling on and dreading colchester going up, karmic revenge for all our schadenfreude about col u 7-1 norwich...
league one's very tight, not many mid-table certainties, think we canbank on lincoln and bolton...
at 10:20 3 Feb 2019
gerken 16 games, 14 points
bart 14 games 4 points
making gerken's points haul 3 times better than bart's.
yet i still feel happier with bart in goal, any reasons for gerken's better stats, or am i blinded by what bart's done to keep us up for the past 3 seasons?
|team for norwich|
at 18:12 2 Feb 2019
i've been arguing on here, that we should give up on the season and give our players some experience.
i'm going to completely contradict myself now, norwich is a one-off and i'd like us to go down fighting!
we need players with heart who want to play for the club, i'd even let jonas have a farewell appearance given his derby record! (is danny haynes a free agent?)
|which loanee should miss out for saturday?|
at 10:43 1 Feb 2019
if bree's fit and ready to go, it's elder to miss out, offers very little over kenlock (or even knudsen), all the others offer something a bit different.
|after today we're in a better position|
at 21:09 26 Jan 2019
rotherham are the team to catch, their loss means they're on course to finish with 39.5 points, therefore we only need 40 to stay up. we've got a game less, but away to villa would have been one of our toughest on paper.
unfortunately, even if that target comes true, that still needs us to win 6-8 games out of 17, which seems a very long shot on our form.
time to take some risks lambert, play some attacking midfielders, try 2 up front, nothing to lose now
|brexit "the will of dead people"|
at 12:56 20 Jan 2019
apologies if posted before, but thought this was interesting.
basically, it boils down to (due to the demographics of the voting patterns)
since the 1st referendum, the brexiteer majority has been wiped out with (predominantly) older leavers dying and (predominantly) younger remainers joining the electoral register
why are we so worried about keeping dead people happy, shouldn't we be governing in the interests of the living?
of course, it may be possible that the government's flawless handling of leaving has persuaded some remainers to switch sides, but there's only one way to find out!
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