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  1. Farke seems to be turning into Chris Hughton with the way is talking at the moment. Yes, it was always going to be difficult to stay up this season BUT why now start bleating on about being underdogs in every single game and 5% chance of staying up at the start of the season. This is how Hughton used to speak when he was here - always talking up the opposition. Durham & Gough picked up on this on Talk Sport today. It's getting embarrassing and can't be doing anything for the confidence in the camp. Hope Farke changes his tune next season - if he's still here.
  2. Naughton is a good shout, I had forgotten about him, also forgot about Brady but still think I would prefer Olsson at LB.
  3. Just a bit of fun, having been to CR today to watch the legends play got me thinking about what our best team from the last 10 years might look like, this is what I came up with - anyone think of a better line up? Ruddy Martin Hanley Klose Olsson Tettey Snodgrass Howson Johnson Hoolahan Holt Subs - Gunn (not Bryan), Whittaker, Bassong, Maddison, Hooper, Redmond, Jerome
  4. Interesting - so far it''s Snoddy in front on 7, BJ a close second on 6, only 1 for Howson which is surprising and 1 tongue in cheek for Becchio. This includes those that couldn''t make their mond up. I agree, they were all good signings and I think even Becchio could have been had he had a chance.
  5. Thought I might be in the minority with Snoddy but obviously not!
  6. So, Jonny Howson has gone to Boro - that''s the last of our recent ex Leeds signings gone then. Out of the four that we signed - Howson, Johnson, Snodgrass and Becchio, who do you think was the most of a success from our point of view? For me I would say Robert Snodgrass, partly because his spell was entirely Premier League and also because I think out of the four, he was the game changer - free kicks, dead ball situations and goals. I was tempted to go for Becchio but thought better of it!
  7. 2-2 and he will hang around for another week or two just in time to blow the January budget
  8. Maybe you''re right LDC, I will see if I can find out as he also taught me at TGS.
  9. He is the uncle of Ed Balls and as far as I''m aware he hasn''t passed away?
  10. A bit left field this one - but how about Keith Curle from Carlisle???
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