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  1. Kieran McKenna, he’s fairly local, won’t have to move house. Win win
  2. It was the lack of a third option in between defence and centre field I found exasperating. Gibbs seemed to fill this space at times in the second half.
  3. If we do get promoted I feel with Smith and Shakey in charge we will have a better chance of survival with current squad plus some midfield muscle. Tin hat on
  4. I too was chatting to a West Brom fan after the game, he was distinctive as well with 3” WBA letters in yellow and green centre stage on the forehead. I would guess he was well into double figures on fluid intake and the only points he raised that I could understand due to accent and alcohol was:- ”Bruce has lost the dressing room” and ”Our keepers ****e” I told home I thought they were 2 players short of a very good team and wished him well.
  5. ……let’s not forget the Season Ticket holders who stick with the club and form a solid financial base of support on which to grow from.
  6. Perhaps Farke was an inherent optimist and Smith is a realist from tactical and player point of view.
  7. The reality is that some managers are charismatic and others show their personalities and character on the pitch. Smith is a straight bat “minimum is best “ type of dull media person. What we are starting to see on the pitch however is an emerging style that comes from coaching and good management. Sargent is the prime example. His movement around the pitch and timing his runs has greatly improved. His ability to put in a extra half a yard stride before scoring in the last games comes from confidence. Who gave him that confidence? The coaching staff.? He gone from bambi on ice at times in first season to a Harry Kane clone because the last two goals are exactly the type of goal HK would have scored. Well done all
  8. Mercedes has had a poor start to this season in F1. A lot of frustration and awaiting of upgrades etc but things are now starting to gell. Norwich will be the same as new players are brought in and the squad and Management team adapt to this input. This takes time do you not all agree? It’s the 1st of August FFS.
  9. It’s just a matter of getting all your ducks in a row and flying in the same direction.
  10. Cantwell is player who seems to be rejuvenated close season. I’m going to put that down to the management team and Todd himself. If SAS can lift others in the group then you have a good base for the season. Glass half full for me and ready for a top up.
  11. Balanced view from our friend down the road of the coming season and possible end of season positions.
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