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2 minutes ago, captainmed said:

Yeah.

No matter how good you are, then away from home in a partisan atmosphere, you’ve get to get the second goal.

It’s almost like Leeds have won the CL with the footage inside the ground.

Great fans. 

and yet still 12 points off top 

gonna be tight for that 2nd auto spot

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12 hours ago, captainmed said:

Yeah.

No matter how good you are, then away from home in a partisan atmosphere, you’ve get to get the second goal.

It’s almost like Leeds have won the CL with the footage inside the ground.

Great fans. 

A full 10 minutes after the match ended it was like nobody had left ground, belting out their songs.  Don't they have car parks to get off or trains to catch?  Hard to think of a more vociferous/passionate set of home fans (plenty get that away but very rare at home). 

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1 hour ago, Johnnyrotten said:

A full 10 minutes after the match ended it was like nobody had left ground, belting out their songs.  Don't they have car parks to get off or trains to catch?  Hard to think of a more vociferous/passionate set of home fans (plenty get that away but very rare at home). 

Every game is an away game for half the crowd at Elland Road

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5 hours ago, MancWanderer said:

Have to wonder what Traff’s thinking these days. Money wise obviously a great move but is he doing his reputation any good at all? Not his fault playing behind a shit defence but….

He'll be the next/new Ramsdale. A top team will sign him as a home-grown player, but he'll be a backup or a loanee. Should have stayed at City.

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3 hours ago, Traf said:

A top team will sign him as a home-grown player, but he'll be a backup or a loanee. Should have stayed at City.

... where he'd have been a back-up or a loanee.

He's very young still for a keeper & should have time to iron-out his weaknesses & is in a crap team at the level but at the moment looks every bit out of his depth. It was a daft signing by them.

He'll be in Division 2 next year & a chance to continue his development.

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47 minutes ago, Dr. Feelgood said:

... where he'd have been a back-up or a loanee.

He's very young still for a keeper & should have time to iron-out his weaknesses & is in a crap team at the level but at the moment looks every bit out of his depth. It was a daft signing by them.

He'll be in Division 2 next year & a chance to continue his development.

Thought he might have gone to somewhere like Leicester

They were on the lookout for a new keeper, had the City connection with their manager and the championship would have been the right step up

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2 hours ago, DirtySanchez said:

Thought he might have gone to somewhere like Leicester

They were on the lookout for a new keeper, had the City connection with their manager and the championship would have been the right step up

Yeah, that's what I thought. Stay at City, go on loan to a decent Championship side and get another good 12 months under his belt.

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12 hours ago, MancWanderer said:

Have to wonder what Traff’s thinking these days. Money wise obviously a great move but is he doing his reputation any good at all? Not his fault playing behind a shit defence but….

He fucked up yesterday with that pass and effectively got his own defender sent off 

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43 minutes ago, Traf said:

Yeah, that's what I thought. Stay at City, go on loan to a decent Championship side and get another good 12 months under his belt.

As with that Palmer who went to Chelsea, Pep had said he wouldn't stand in the way of a player wanting to leave for regular football

Maybe his performances at the u21 Euros swayed Trafford's judgement as to where he was development wise 

But with a move to Burnley he was always going to be picking the ball out of the net more often than not 

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