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    championship strikers ?

    What about Will Grigg? 26 goals for Wigan this season.

    I also agree with those who have mentioned Assombalonga, looked a top player before his injury, if he''s back to his best he''d be well worth a bid.
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    We'll come straight back up next season

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    We'll come straight back up next season

    I wouldn''t be too quick to right off Villa, irregardless of how bad they''ve been this season they still have some decent players (on paper anyway) and money to spend. Combine that with a good managerial appointment and I expect them to challenge us next season.

    Play-offs will be a minimum requirement as they were in 2014/15. I think Hull have the strongest squad of the teams left in the Championship and could be dangerous next season if they don''t go up via the play-offs.

    Newcastle will be up there as well but will be interested to see who out of their high earners will leave.
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    Team for tonight?

    [quote user="Making Plans"]Options pretty thin on the ground I fear but Bennetts available.On a win will do so must attack and score.My guess is this -RuddyPintoMartinBennettOlssonO''NeilDorransBradyRedmondHoolahanJerome

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    Agree with this team. Although I have a feeling he may go with Naismith and Mbokani up top.
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    £12m for Mccormack?!

    [quote user="The Walking Man "]Personally I''d be trying to go for Britt Assombalonga at Forest. Just back from a horrific injury, young, bangs in the goals. If we''re spending £12m I''d prefer it on someone equally as good as McCormack with a potential resale value.[/quote]

    Was just about to mention him as well, looks as if he has all the attributes to make it as a top striker. Unlucky with a potentially career threatening injury but if he''s fully fit then we could do a lot worse.

    Also someone like Will Grigg from Wigan or Tom Bradshaw at Walsall might be worth a punt.
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    Score v Man utd

    [quote user="morty"][quote user="Bradley Johnsons left foot"][quote user="morty"]Sure I saw a stat too, that Man U really aren''t great away from home this season, too.[/quote]

    They''re 11th in the ''Away Table'' below the likes of Stoke, Southampton and Everton so not the sort of form you’d usually expect of them away from Old Trafford.[/quote]This all clearly points to an easy Norwich win then[:)][/quote]

    We beat Southampton at home who have a better away record than Man U so by the laws of averages a comfortable 2-0 victory is on the cards!
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    Score v Man utd

    [quote user="morty"]Sure I saw a stat too, that Man U really aren''t great away from home this season, too.[/quote]

    They''re 11th in the ''Away Table'' below the likes of Stoke, Southampton and Everton so not the sort of form you’d usually expect of them away from Old Trafford.
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    Score v Man utd

    Oh and I''m going for a 1-1 draw, Jerome to get his second against United this season!
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    Score v Man utd

    If we can keep Rashford, Martial and Lingard quiet or they have an off day I think we have a decent chance of getting something from the game.

    I agree with the above re starting the same team we did against Arsenal as I think it gets the best out of our most talented players. However, the one area of United’s team we may be able to exploit is Daley Blind’s lack of height. It might prove fruitful sticking Mbokani on him and getting runners in behind. It may not be pretty but if it gets results who are we to judge!

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    Josh Murphy - Player of the Season

    I think this season will have done him the world of good, playing week in week out (admittedly in a struggling side) must really aid his development.

    Should we go down I fully expect him to a play a role in our squad next season. Ideal replacement for Redmond as well if he leaves.
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    We've got O'Neil...

    [quote user="Row D Seat 7"]Gary O''Neil has been good this season but the fact that we have to sing this song about him is a bit laughable.[/quote]

    Don''t particularly understand what''s laughable about singing a song about a player who''s performing well.
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    Different Season – Same Result?

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    Different Season – Same Result?

    A point against inconsistent Man Utd, and wins against ''on the beach Watford'' and out of sorts Everton and we will be on 39 points.

    Looks unlikely but you never know, just look at the current Premier League champions...
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    POLL: Our manager next season

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    Any solid news on Klose injury?

    [quote user="CaptnCanary"]Lots of people keep saying that Klose will be sold if we are relegated, and Naismith too, but I seriously doubt that. How many players can you name that left a relegated club having signed in January of the same year?[/quote]

    Hull bought Dame N''Doye the January they went down then sold him to Trabzonspor the following Summer. To be fair he seems a bit of a mercenary so imagine he would''ve had some kind of relegation clause in his contract.

    I actually think we will hold onto Klose, Naismith I''m not so sure about.
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