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Wanderers Ways. Neil Thompson 1961-2021

Where will we finish


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2 minutes ago, FrancisFogarty said:

Famine feast feast famine.

I’m still banking on second and auto-up.

There’s more than promotion at stake this time, with real talk of new investors. This season will map out the next few years of BWFC.

big for the bond scheme investors to

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1 hour ago, Whitesince63 said:

 What’s the score with the likes of Taylor and Ramsey because I don’t think their clubs would be too happy if they aren’t playing

So what? 

Can't imagine they will recall them

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2 minutes ago, Zico said:

So what? 

Can't imagine they will recall them

Can they recall them now?

If they were on season long loans and it pre January then I could imagine it so they can loan them out elsewhere 

They can't go anywhere else now 

 

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38 minutes ago, Biggish Dave said:

Loads of games in a short period of time - everyone will get enough time on the pitch, injuries permitting

I think you’re right and who knows what’s round the corner injury and suspension wise with some of the refs we’ve seen and we’ll have to trust IE to make the right calls on selection because he more than most is dependant on them.

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2 hours ago, DirtySanchez said:

Can they recall them now?

If they were on season long loans and it pre January then I could imagine it so they can loan them out elsewhere 

They can't go anywhere else now 

They COULD recall them, but they couldn't play them.

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22 minutes ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

Internal unrest?

Kinell, the new lads knew what they were coming to before hand.

The injured lads know they aren't available to play.

No one can argue and there are less than 20 games to play. 

Be reet. 

Hopefully it will jacket but the fact is that once we have Rico and Forester back plus George from suspension we’ll have a number of players who won’t even make the bench let alone start. I just have a concern that might affect one or two especially if loan players are starting before them. I hope not because Evatt’s done a brilliant job keeping everyone on board so far but players want to play and IE may be good but he can’t play them all can he?

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51 minutes ago, Whitesince63 said:

Hopefully it will jacket but the fact is that once we have Rico and Forester back plus George from suspension we’ll have a number of players who won’t even make the bench let alone start. I just have a concern that might affect one or two especially if loan players are starting before them. I hope not because Evatt’s done a brilliant job keeping everyone on board so far but players want to play and IE may be good but he can’t play them all can he?

Every club has players sat on the bench/not in the squad who think they deserve to start. It's called competition. Have you only recently started following football?

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3 hours ago, Cheese said:

Every club has players sat on the bench/not in the squad who think they deserve to start. It's called competition. Have you only recently started following football?

No, just since he turned 63.

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19 minutes ago, Lt. Aldo Raine said:

Looking at the league table last night, what was the top 5 might now be whittling down to a top 3 - us, Pompey and Derby County

Barnsley the dark horses

Noticed that myself, just that semblance of a little gap appearing. Barnsley won't go away lightly but don't think they're as good as last season

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Derby have actually been better away from home, I think because they are an out of possession side and prefer sit back and score on the counter from their quick wide players.

They're worse when they're expected to dominate and control the game.

They've got Stevenage at home and Barnsley away next. Definitely a big opportunity considering our fixtures.

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1 hour ago, Lostock Whites said:

Derby have actually been better away from home, I think because they are an out of possession side and prefer sit back and score on the counter from their quick wide players.

They're worse when they're expected to dominate and control the game.

They've got Stevenage at home and Barnsley away next. Definitely a big opportunity considering our fixtures.

https://amp.sportsmole.co.uk/football/league-one/table.html

Have a gander at the respective home and away tables.

Derby, Barnsley aren't the best at home, and we still have to go there.

Even Peterborough have not accrued as many points at home as I thought they might have.

If we can take points off Blackpool and Wigan, then we can take points against anyone.

At home, we're number 1, without many close rivals to play neither.

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