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Charlie Wayman

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  1. Part of me is hoping that all the rumours of him leaving lead nowhere and that he stays for a further year. If Djenepo continues to play as he did on Saturday then he is not the chosen one that we were led to believe he was. Boufal was never that bad in a single match and as many have said Tella may have a future but he is not the present and the present is what we need right now. Djenepo is a Hasenhuttl signing is he not so that's another potential concern. Don't get me wrong I want him to be a great success, just imagine if we could get him and Boufie firing on all cylinders.
  2. Hasenhuttl has very strange criteria for assessing players like how many sprints they can do in 15 minutes and their 25 metre sprint times. On that basis he would've loaned out Le Tissier to Worthing and offered him on a free. They also have to have a name that can be made to sound very chummy like Prow-sey, Ing-sey, Redders, Bertie. Poor Sofiane has no chance.
  3. Ah! Not another one like Jorde Classé comes to mind? Not sure Heerenveen is where we should be looking. My son lives in Amsterdam and his reaction was 'tell me your kidding!"
  4. Great wisdom from hindsight of course. Fact is my friend we were appalling simple as that, no amount of polishing will turn doggy-poo into an ornament.
  5. Burnley, West Ham & Fulham for the drop and Brighton next up just!
  6. Maybe because the set up is all wrong with OR and JWP playing deep defensive roles while Djenepo and Armstrong seem to think they are strikers rather than providers. Ralph keeps telling everyone that they should provide goals so we've ended up in effect with four strikers, no attacking midfielders and six defenders.
  7. Two very poor teams and inevitably a drab and tedious affair lacking any enterprise from either side. A win is a win but we need to pull our socks up and get working if we want to win any more. Not much evidence of automatism which must be a worry for Ralph. I'd have Romeu as MotM for his commanding performance in midfield but little else other than Danny's usual well taken goal was cause for celebration.
  8. Easy win for Saints with Adams improving, Armstrong fitter and Djenepo off the leash. 3-0 to Saints, possibly even 4-0
  9. They might pay you not to, it's always worth asking (threatening?).
  10. Which could be a blessing in disguise. Everything I have read about this possible deal brings images to mind of frying pans and fires.
  11. I just wish they would get on with it. Only 9 days left before it's too late. Anybody still holding their breath? Deja vous all over again!
  12. Think about what you just said again. Can that really be true? It is extremely unlikely isn't it? Don't you think it might be that we bought players at a price that would have fitted a certain level of performance and then expected them to start playing as top six level players?. On that basis any player we could afford would disappoint. I think we are a club in conflict with ourselves, the reality of our situation doesn't match the ambition of people like Hasenhuttl, maybe Semmens or indeed the fans. Other clubs like Burnley & Palace seem far more realistic and content, understanding where they are in the pecking order and cutting their cloth to suit, buying players that can sustain their 'more modest' performance expectations that more or less guarantees their survival. All those players that are easily and cheaply labelled on here as failures caught 'our' eye once but we have had so many changes of management, direction and strategy that no wonder they couldn't settle and prove their worth. I feel sorry for them in a way because hanging around here when not wanted is destroying their careers. They signed contracts in good faith but now find themselves locked in by them just as the club does.
  13. If they are going to refund ST holders on a match by match basis, it is going to cost them a fortune in administration costs. Surely this will out weigh any advantage they might have in hanging on to your money 'til the bitter end. Why can't they face up to reality, there will be no fans at football matches this season so just refund all STs that were renewed now in one go? If in the very unlikely event fans can go back for the last 2 or 3 games, just charge per ticket at the time.
  14. Didn't this same useless defence keep a clean sheet against Man City a few weeks ago?
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