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cornish sam last won the day on February 2 2022

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  1. "It's like a mule with a spinning wheel. No one knows how he got it and danged if he knows how to use it!"
  2. According to wiki yes, but he started his centre half career early on at Cambridge: "In August 1988, he joined Cambridge United on a free transfer,[5] as a centre-forward, which had been his position at Norwich City. However, due to injuries he had to make a number of appearances at centre-half" So I guess I'm misremembering....
  3. Was Dion Dublin not originally a CB at youth level then moved up front (like C. Sutton)?
  4. Solsjkaer was happy being a career long super sub ..
  5. You've hit the nail on the head there nutster. Big strong strikers bully players all the way through youth and usually fallback on the easy option of their greater physical stature, it then takes them time to adjust to not being the biggest and the quickest on the pitch and it takes a fundamental mindshift to not fallback on that when things aren't going well. Hopefully this is the start of idah using the skills which give him the chance to be a real, long term, success as a footballer....
  6. If you want to preserve it then you should be able to request a copy of the video under data protection act. Provide the date time and location and request all video of you. They are allowed charge a nominal processing fee, but it must be justifiable and it is legally limited, I'm just not sure what the limit is these days...
  7. Interestingly (in the loosest sense of the word) I believe man Utd are the only football league team that Carlisle have never played in a league match as they were relegated from the top flight for the one season that Carlisle were up there...
  8. As I stated above, the situation both on and off the field is wildly different so you're comparing apples to oranges. The Carlisle owners wanted a quick sale as they needed it to happen like that and have made no secret of the fact they were desperate for someone to come and take it off their hands .. I just hope that the Americans are realistic in their expectations.
  9. Even if it does lead to success he doesn't. Carlisle have been in financial difficulty for ages and have changed ownership 4 or 5 times in the last 20 years and the owners have been looking for new owners for a while. The fact they got promoted last season was a something of a miracle and they need the cash to invest in January if they are to have any chance of survival this season so there was much more of an incentive to get this finished quickly.
  10. I did not know that there was such a thing as an Australian Kiwi until now... they sound an eminently more sensible animal than their NZ cousin......
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