SWINDON TOWN: Don't encourage Wells, warns Ajose

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NICKY Ajose has warned his Swindon Town teammates against giving Nahki Wells even the slightest sniff of goal when the Robins visit Bradford City tomorrow.

Wells, a Bermuda international, has set the lower echelons of the Football League alight in recent seasons.

The 23-year-old managed 26 goals in all competitions last term as Bradford won promotion to League One via the League Two play-offs and reached the final of the Capital One Cup, and he has already registered 15 times this time around, with the Bantams in contention for a top six spot once again.

As a striker in a similar mould to Wells, Ajose fully appreciates his rival’s qualities up front and suggested any silly errors at the back will be quickly punished at Valley Parade this weekend.

“He’s a good player. He is a striker who preys on people’s mistakes,” said the on-loan Peterborough frontman.

“If you make an error he’s going to be there and he’s in double figures himself. He’s a good striker.

“At any stage in this league most teams will have a striker that if you do make errors will punish you. It’s not a bad league at all, there’s a lot of quality. You can see that with the amount of players who have scored lots of goals.

“There are lots of players scoring goals for each team and you can’t be giving people free goals like that.”

Bradford may not have won on home soil since September 28 but Ajose has seen enough of the Yorkshire side to know Town will have to be on their guard.

“I know their strengths with the front two – the flick-ons from (James) Hanson to Wells. They’re direct and get a lot of balls in the box. They play percentages but they do it really well,” he said.

“The crowd is a factor there – there’ll be a big crowd, 16,000-plus on the 29th and it will be difficult. We’ll talk about it but the lads who have played a few games should know enough about it before we even get there.”

Striker Ajose has two games remaining of his loan spell from Peterborough, with his final game being at home to Crawley on New Year’s Day.

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9:15am Sat 28 Dec 13

LeGod says...

Anything up there will be a bonus our fragile defence will be under constant bombardment and they will undoubtedly score against us. After the poor goals yet again we gave away at brentford I'm not holding out much hope.
They may not have won at home for three months but there playing us now so probably there best chance. Prove me wrong town and pick some points up but it's all too familiar now every away game.
Anything up there will be a bonus our fragile defence will be under constant bombardment and they will undoubtedly score against us. After the poor goals yet again we gave away at brentford I'm not holding out much hope. They may not have won at home for three months but there playing us now so probably there best chance. Prove me wrong town and pick some points up but it's all too familiar now every away game. LeGod

9:23am Sat 28 Dec 13

fredi says...

Looks like we will have to face the second half of the season without maybe five key players: Foderingham and Luongo (bids Power can't refuse), Pritchard (Spurs to cash in), Ajose (Power won't pay Peterborough asking price) and Ranger (no explanation needed). Time for doom and gloom ? Not necessarily. Expect exciting young recruits from one particular Premiership side and I don't mean Spurs. They will feel at home in Red and we may find ourselves singing "you'll never walk alone". January won't be dull !
Looks like we will have to face the second half of the season without maybe five key players: Foderingham and Luongo (bids Power can't refuse), Pritchard (Spurs to cash in), Ajose (Power won't pay Peterborough asking price) and Ranger (no explanation needed). Time for doom and gloom ? Not necessarily. Expect exciting young recruits from one particular Premiership side and I don't mean Spurs. They will feel at home in Red and we may find ourselves singing "you'll never walk alone". January won't be dull ! fredi

9:26am Sat 28 Dec 13

the wizard says...

Quote,

“He’s a good player. He is a striker who preys on people’s mistakes,”

Then he'll probably welcome our back four then.
Quote, “He’s a good player. He is a striker who preys on people’s mistakes,” Then he'll probably welcome our back four then. the wizard

9:32am Sat 28 Dec 13

Rednwhitewalrus699 says...

fredi wrote:
Looks like we will have to face the second half of the season without maybe five key players: Foderingham and Luongo (bids Power can't refuse), Pritchard (Spurs to cash in), Ajose (Power won't pay Peterborough asking price) and Ranger (no explanation needed). Time for doom and gloom ? Not necessarily. Expect exciting young recruits from one particular Premiership side and I don't mean Spurs. They will feel at home in Red and we may find ourselves singing "you'll never walk alone". January won't be dull !
not to mention Thompson who I've heard may leave, then you've got Tijane and Troy back like new players and even Kayden Jackson. DNG needs to play more.
Could be lining up at the end of Jan like:
Belford
McEverley Hall Troy Barthram
Tijane Kasim Harley DNG
Storey Jackson

Anyways, 3 points today lads!
[quote][p][bold]fredi[/bold] wrote: Looks like we will have to face the second half of the season without maybe five key players: Foderingham and Luongo (bids Power can't refuse), Pritchard (Spurs to cash in), Ajose (Power won't pay Peterborough asking price) and Ranger (no explanation needed). Time for doom and gloom ? Not necessarily. Expect exciting young recruits from one particular Premiership side and I don't mean Spurs. They will feel at home in Red and we may find ourselves singing "you'll never walk alone". January won't be dull ![/p][/quote]not to mention Thompson who I've heard may leave, then you've got Tijane and Troy back like new players and even Kayden Jackson. DNG needs to play more. Could be lining up at the end of Jan like: Belford McEverley Hall Troy Barthram Tijane Kasim Harley DNG Storey Jackson Anyways, 3 points today lads! Rednwhitewalrus699

9:48am Sat 28 Dec 13

mancrobin says...

fredi wrote:
Looks like we will have to face the second half of the season without maybe five key players: Foderingham and Luongo (bids Power can't refuse), Pritchard (Spurs to cash in), Ajose (Power won't pay Peterborough asking price) and Ranger (no explanation needed). Time for doom and gloom ? Not necessarily. Expect exciting young recruits from one particular Premiership side and I don't mean Spurs. They will feel at home in Red and we may find ourselves singing "you'll never walk alone". January won't be dull !
So what's your source then Fredi?

Don't tell me, you just bumped in to the County Ground cleaner in Gregg's and she said Power's been whistling 'Ferry Across the Mersey?'

Come on, tell us Fredi. Is it Gerrard?
[quote][p][bold]fredi[/bold] wrote: Looks like we will have to face the second half of the season without maybe five key players: Foderingham and Luongo (bids Power can't refuse), Pritchard (Spurs to cash in), Ajose (Power won't pay Peterborough asking price) and Ranger (no explanation needed). Time for doom and gloom ? Not necessarily. Expect exciting young recruits from one particular Premiership side and I don't mean Spurs. They will feel at home in Red and we may find ourselves singing "you'll never walk alone". January won't be dull ![/p][/quote]So what's your source then Fredi? Don't tell me, you just bumped in to the County Ground cleaner in Gregg's and she said Power's been whistling 'Ferry Across the Mersey?' Come on, tell us Fredi. Is it Gerrard? mancrobin

9:57am Sat 28 Dec 13

Psychedelic Syd says...

".....any silly errors at the back will be quickly punished at Valley Parade this weekend." Lucky our defence never makes any!!!!!

COYMR
".....any silly errors at the back will be quickly punished at Valley Parade this weekend." Lucky our defence never makes any!!!!! COYMR Psychedelic Syd

10:27am Sat 28 Dec 13

dazzastfc says...

fredi wrote:
Looks like we will have to face the second half of the season without maybe five key players: Foderingham and Luongo (bids Power can't refuse), Pritchard (Spurs to cash in), Ajose (Power won't pay Peterborough asking price) and Ranger (no explanation needed). Time for doom and gloom ? Not necessarily. Expect exciting young recruits from one particular Premiership side and I don't mean Spurs. They will feel at home in Red and we may find ourselves singing "you'll never walk alone". January won't be dull !
THANKS FOR MAKING ME FELL HAPPY Fredi.
But then again it might be what we need as are team is so predictable..
[quote][p][bold]fredi[/bold] wrote: Looks like we will have to face the second half of the season without maybe five key players: Foderingham and Luongo (bids Power can't refuse), Pritchard (Spurs to cash in), Ajose (Power won't pay Peterborough asking price) and Ranger (no explanation needed). Time for doom and gloom ? Not necessarily. Expect exciting young recruits from one particular Premiership side and I don't mean Spurs. They will feel at home in Red and we may find ourselves singing "you'll never walk alone". January won't be dull ![/p][/quote]THANKS FOR MAKING ME FELL HAPPY Fredi. But then again it might be what we need as are team is so predictable.. dazzastfc

11:08am Sat 28 Dec 13

Old-Stager, Hilperton says...

fredi wrote:
Looks like we will have to face the second half of the season without maybe five key players: Foderingham and Luongo (bids Power can't refuse), Pritchard (Spurs to cash in), Ajose (Power won't pay Peterborough asking price) and Ranger (no explanation needed). Time for doom and gloom ? Not necessarily. Expect exciting young recruits from one particular Premiership side and I don't mean Spurs. They will feel at home in Red and we may find ourselves singing "you'll never walk alone". January won't be dull !
Someone told me the other day fredi, that your younger sister is none other than Mystic Meg, but I am unable to reveal my source of information.
But an you confirm that this is in fact true ?
[quote][p][bold]fredi[/bold] wrote: Looks like we will have to face the second half of the season without maybe five key players: Foderingham and Luongo (bids Power can't refuse), Pritchard (Spurs to cash in), Ajose (Power won't pay Peterborough asking price) and Ranger (no explanation needed). Time for doom and gloom ? Not necessarily. Expect exciting young recruits from one particular Premiership side and I don't mean Spurs. They will feel at home in Red and we may find ourselves singing "you'll never walk alone". January won't be dull ![/p][/quote]Someone told me the other day fredi, that your younger sister is none other than Mystic Meg, but I am unable to reveal my source of information. But an you confirm that this is in fact true ? Old-Stager, Hilperton

12:44pm Sat 28 Dec 13

Rgbargee says...

fredi wrote:
Looks like we will have to face the second half of the season without maybe five key players: Foderingham and Luongo (bids Power can't refuse), Pritchard (Spurs to cash in), Ajose (Power won't pay Peterborough asking price) and Ranger (no explanation needed). Time for doom and gloom ? Not necessarily. Expect exciting young recruits from one particular Premiership side and I don't mean Spurs. They will feel at home in Red and we may find ourselves singing "you'll never walk alone". January won't be dull !
Really most of these moves away from Swindon have already been mentioned by other posters. Massimo Luongo is playing well but if a healthy profit by selling him helps balance the books so be it. We will from now on rely on loan players and selling our youngsters, so we must just get used to it.
It would mean we would need to arrange replacements for those leaving and as most Spurs youngsters are already loaned out a liverpool connection might be on cards...who knows! Lee power is no doubt working hard on building relationships with many Premier league clubs to take advantage of the best young players that are available for loan.
Personally I am looking forward to seeing some exciting new players coming in and wish those that leave all the best.
[quote][p][bold]fredi[/bold] wrote: Looks like we will have to face the second half of the season without maybe five key players: Foderingham and Luongo (bids Power can't refuse), Pritchard (Spurs to cash in), Ajose (Power won't pay Peterborough asking price) and Ranger (no explanation needed). Time for doom and gloom ? Not necessarily. Expect exciting young recruits from one particular Premiership side and I don't mean Spurs. They will feel at home in Red and we may find ourselves singing "you'll never walk alone". January won't be dull ![/p][/quote]Really most of these moves away from Swindon have already been mentioned by other posters. Massimo Luongo is playing well but if a healthy profit by selling him helps balance the books so be it. We will from now on rely on loan players and selling our youngsters, so we must just get used to it. It would mean we would need to arrange replacements for those leaving and as most Spurs youngsters are already loaned out a liverpool connection might be on cards...who knows! Lee power is no doubt working hard on building relationships with many Premier league clubs to take advantage of the best young players that are available for loan. Personally I am looking forward to seeing some exciting new players coming in and wish those that leave all the best. Rgbargee

2:42pm Sat 28 Dec 13

old town robin says...

fredi wrote:
Looks like we will have to face the second half of the season without maybe five key players: Foderingham and Luongo (bids Power can't refuse), Pritchard (Spurs to cash in), Ajose (Power won't pay Peterborough asking price) and Ranger (no explanation needed). Time for doom and gloom ? Not necessarily. Expect exciting young recruits from one particular Premiership side and I don't mean Spurs. They will feel at home in Red and we may find ourselves singing "you'll never walk alone". January won't be dull !
Palace interested in Matt Ritchie, B'muff want £3 million for him, don't suppose you know when Black gifted him if he had a sell on clause included.

From the possible departures you mentioned Ranger will be the hardest to replace. Seen enough of Belford to say he will be more than adequate replacement for Wes, Luango and Pritchard are luxury players, on their day brilliant, other times liabilities, can easily be replaced. Not much we can say or do about Jose, yes we would like to keep him, but Posh will want to get back a good percentage of the £300k they paid for him. doubt they will let us keep him on loan, but financially probably our best option, again with Dany we have an adequate striker, that personally I think has a good strike rate, is more physical than Ajose and doesn't squander so many chances.

The other possible departure mentioned by another poster, maybe for the best, IMHO Nat is not the player he was last season, whether he has not adapted to the way Power and Cooper want him to play getting forward and back or if it's because he's exposed by our mid-fielders not tracking back to help out, or even he's never fully recovered from his injuries, i just don't know. great lad, modest and dedicated, but something is not right based on his overall performance this season he will not be missed with Barcham, Byrne's and brother Louis all adequate replacements.

Other possible departures, Cox to go out on loan, Navarro to have contract cancelled by mutual consent and retire, El Gabas not to get an extension. All possibilities, one thing for sure some will have to go to allow others to come in.
[quote][p][bold]fredi[/bold] wrote: Looks like we will have to face the second half of the season without maybe five key players: Foderingham and Luongo (bids Power can't refuse), Pritchard (Spurs to cash in), Ajose (Power won't pay Peterborough asking price) and Ranger (no explanation needed). Time for doom and gloom ? Not necessarily. Expect exciting young recruits from one particular Premiership side and I don't mean Spurs. They will feel at home in Red and we may find ourselves singing "you'll never walk alone". January won't be dull ![/p][/quote]Palace interested in Matt Ritchie, B'muff want £3 million for him, don't suppose you know when Black gifted him if he had a sell on clause included. From the possible departures you mentioned Ranger will be the hardest to replace. Seen enough of Belford to say he will be more than adequate replacement for Wes, Luango and Pritchard are luxury players, on their day brilliant, other times liabilities, can easily be replaced. Not much we can say or do about Jose, yes we would like to keep him, but Posh will want to get back a good percentage of the £300k they paid for him. doubt they will let us keep him on loan, but financially probably our best option, again with Dany we have an adequate striker, that personally I think has a good strike rate, is more physical than Ajose and doesn't squander so many chances. The other possible departure mentioned by another poster, maybe for the best, IMHO Nat is not the player he was last season, whether he has not adapted to the way Power and Cooper want him to play getting forward and back or if it's because he's exposed by our mid-fielders not tracking back to help out, or even he's never fully recovered from his injuries, i just don't know. great lad, modest and dedicated, but something is not right based on his overall performance this season he will not be missed with Barcham, Byrne's and brother Louis all adequate replacements. Other possible departures, Cox to go out on loan, Navarro to have contract cancelled by mutual consent and retire, El Gabas not to get an extension. All possibilities, one thing for sure some will have to go to allow others to come in. old town robin

2:46pm Sat 28 Dec 13

old town robin says...

No Sam, no match day live as yet, has he gone AWOL with Nile.
No Sam, no match day live as yet, has he gone AWOL with Nile. old town robin

3:18pm Sat 28 Dec 13

old town robin says...

old town robin wrote:
No Sam, no match day live as yet, has he gone AWOL with Nile.
SO SORRY, forgot all FL games are being played tomorrow
[quote][p][bold]old town robin[/bold] wrote: No Sam, no match day live as yet, has he gone AWOL with Nile.[/p][/quote]SO SORRY, forgot all FL games are being played tomorrow old town robin

3:32pm Sat 28 Dec 13

Steve. Brentford says...

old town robin wrote:
old town robin wrote: No Sam, no match day live as yet, has he gone AWOL with Nile.
SO SORRY, forgot all FL games are being played tomorrow
Let`s put it down as a senior moment OTR, i must confess to coming on here earlier fully expecting to see match day live myself mate before realising my mistake, i put it down to all this Chrismas malarky messing up the days :O)
Happy new year mate (when ever that is )
[quote][p][bold]old town robin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]old town robin[/bold] wrote: No Sam, no match day live as yet, has he gone AWOL with Nile.[/p][/quote]SO SORRY, forgot all FL games are being played tomorrow[/p][/quote]Let`s put it down as a senior moment OTR, i must confess to coming on here earlier fully expecting to see match day live myself mate before realising my mistake, i put it down to all this Chrismas malarky messing up the days :O) Happy new year mate (when ever that is ) Steve. Brentford

3:47pm Sat 28 Dec 13

umpcah says...

Rednwhitewalrus699 wrote:
fredi wrote:
Looks like we will have to face the second half of the season without maybe five key players: Foderingham and Luongo (bids Power can't refuse), Pritchard (Spurs to cash in), Ajose (Power won't pay Peterborough asking price) and Ranger (no explanation needed). Time for doom and gloom ? Not necessarily. Expect exciting young recruits from one particular Premiership side and I don't mean Spurs. They will feel at home in Red and we may find ourselves singing "you'll never walk alone". January won't be dull !
not to mention Thompson who I've heard may leave, then you've got Tijane and Troy back like new players and even Kayden Jackson. DNG needs to play more.
Could be lining up at the end of Jan like:
Belford
McEverley Hall Troy Barthram
Tijane Kasim Harley DNG
Storey Jackson

Anyways, 3 points today lads!
I`m a Troy fan despite not seeing him play many times. However I very much doubt that he will be an immediate improvement on Ward when he gets his chance to play again. We shall see but frankly I`m apprehensive about February and onwards but as long as The Town preserve a League One position in May I`ll be satisfied !
[quote][p][bold]Rednwhitewalrus699[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fredi[/bold] wrote: Looks like we will have to face the second half of the season without maybe five key players: Foderingham and Luongo (bids Power can't refuse), Pritchard (Spurs to cash in), Ajose (Power won't pay Peterborough asking price) and Ranger (no explanation needed). Time for doom and gloom ? Not necessarily. Expect exciting young recruits from one particular Premiership side and I don't mean Spurs. They will feel at home in Red and we may find ourselves singing "you'll never walk alone". January won't be dull ![/p][/quote]not to mention Thompson who I've heard may leave, then you've got Tijane and Troy back like new players and even Kayden Jackson. DNG needs to play more. Could be lining up at the end of Jan like: Belford McEverley Hall Troy Barthram Tijane Kasim Harley DNG Storey Jackson Anyways, 3 points today lads![/p][/quote]I`m a Troy fan despite not seeing him play many times. However I very much doubt that he will be an immediate improvement on Ward when he gets his chance to play again. We shall see but frankly I`m apprehensive about February and onwards but as long as The Town preserve a League One position in May I`ll be satisfied ! umpcah

4:36pm Sat 28 Dec 13

Rgbargee says...

fredi wrote:
Looks like we will have to face the second half of the season without maybe five key players: Foderingham and Luongo (bids Power can't refuse), Pritchard (Spurs to cash in), Ajose (Power won't pay Peterborough asking price) and Ranger (no explanation needed). Time for doom and gloom ? Not necessarily. Expect exciting young recruits from one particular Premiership side and I don't mean Spurs. They will feel at home in Red and we may find ourselves singing "you'll never walk alone". January won't be dull !
One could well be, quote from transfer market.com "Adam Morgan, 19, is another whose development would benefit from regular football. He was loaned to Rotherham last season but had his deal cut short after playing just over 100 minutes of football for Steve Evans’ side.

He’s a goalscorer who a League One side should take a chance on him."
[quote][p][bold]fredi[/bold] wrote: Looks like we will have to face the second half of the season without maybe five key players: Foderingham and Luongo (bids Power can't refuse), Pritchard (Spurs to cash in), Ajose (Power won't pay Peterborough asking price) and Ranger (no explanation needed). Time for doom and gloom ? Not necessarily. Expect exciting young recruits from one particular Premiership side and I don't mean Spurs. They will feel at home in Red and we may find ourselves singing "you'll never walk alone". January won't be dull ![/p][/quote]One could well be, quote from transfer market.com "Adam Morgan, 19, is another whose development would benefit from regular football. He was loaned to Rotherham last season but had his deal cut short after playing just over 100 minutes of football for Steve Evans’ side. He’s a goalscorer who a League One side should take a chance on him." Rgbargee

4:41pm Sat 28 Dec 13

Rgbargee says...

Rgbargee wrote:
fredi wrote:
Looks like we will have to face the second half of the season without maybe five key players: Foderingham and Luongo (bids Power can't refuse), Pritchard (Spurs to cash in), Ajose (Power won't pay Peterborough asking price) and Ranger (no explanation needed). Time for doom and gloom ? Not necessarily. Expect exciting young recruits from one particular Premiership side and I don't mean Spurs. They will feel at home in Red and we may find ourselves singing "you'll never walk alone". January won't be dull !
One could well be, quote from transfer market.com "Adam Morgan, 19, is another whose development would benefit from regular football. He was loaned to Rotherham last season but had his deal cut short after playing just over 100 minutes of football for Steve Evans’ side.

He’s a goalscorer who a League One side should take a chance on him."
Just noticed he is at Yeovil...sorry.
[quote][p][bold]Rgbargee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fredi[/bold] wrote: Looks like we will have to face the second half of the season without maybe five key players: Foderingham and Luongo (bids Power can't refuse), Pritchard (Spurs to cash in), Ajose (Power won't pay Peterborough asking price) and Ranger (no explanation needed). Time for doom and gloom ? Not necessarily. Expect exciting young recruits from one particular Premiership side and I don't mean Spurs. They will feel at home in Red and we may find ourselves singing "you'll never walk alone". January won't be dull ![/p][/quote]One could well be, quote from transfer market.com "Adam Morgan, 19, is another whose development would benefit from regular football. He was loaned to Rotherham last season but had his deal cut short after playing just over 100 minutes of football for Steve Evans’ side. He’s a goalscorer who a League One side should take a chance on him."[/p][/quote]Just noticed he is at Yeovil...sorry. Rgbargee

6:03pm Sat 28 Dec 13

sagadude says...

Things could be worse, just look at:

Portsmouth, Bristol City and Sheff Utd.
Things could be worse, just look at: Portsmouth, Bristol City and Sheff Utd. sagadude

8:12pm Sat 28 Dec 13

Oxon-Red says...

I love the optimism on here why not wait and see what happens.

I do know one thing however, Fredi is expecting Jed's child and they are due to name it Jedi. They decided on the name after a it was frequently used by a regular TISTFC poster ;-)

COYMR
I love the optimism on here why not wait and see what happens. I do know one thing however, Fredi is expecting Jed's child and they are due to name it Jedi. They decided on the name after a it was frequently used by a regular TISTFC poster ;-) COYMR Oxon-Red

8:12pm Sat 28 Dec 13

jayden says...

old town robin wrote:
fredi wrote:
Looks like we will have to face the second half of the season without maybe five key players: Foderingham and Luongo (bids Power can't refuse), Pritchard (Spurs to cash in), Ajose (Power won't pay Peterborough asking price) and Ranger (no explanation needed). Time for doom and gloom ? Not necessarily. Expect exciting young recruits from one particular Premiership side and I don't mean Spurs. They will feel at home in Red and we may find ourselves singing "you'll never walk alone". January won't be dull !
Palace interested in Matt Ritchie, B'muff want £3 million for him, don't suppose you know when Black gifted him if he had a sell on clause included.

From the possible departures you mentioned Ranger will be the hardest to replace. Seen enough of Belford to say he will be more than adequate replacement for Wes, Luango and Pritchard are luxury players, on their day brilliant, other times liabilities, can easily be replaced. Not much we can say or do about Jose, yes we would like to keep him, but Posh will want to get back a good percentage of the £300k they paid for him. doubt they will let us keep him on loan, but financially probably our best option, again with Dany we have an adequate striker, that personally I think has a good strike rate, is more physical than Ajose and doesn't squander so many chances.

The other possible departure mentioned by another poster, maybe for the best, IMHO Nat is not the player he was last season, whether he has not adapted to the way Power and Cooper want him to play getting forward and back or if it's because he's exposed by our mid-fielders not tracking back to help out, or even he's never fully recovered from his injuries, i just don't know. great lad, modest and dedicated, but something is not right based on his overall performance this season he will not be missed with Barcham, Byrne's and brother Louis all adequate replacements.

Other possible departures, Cox to go out on loan, Navarro to have contract cancelled by mutual consent and retire, El Gabas not to get an extension. All possibilities, one thing for sure some will have to go to allow others to come in.
20% sell on clause .
[quote][p][bold]old town robin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fredi[/bold] wrote: Looks like we will have to face the second half of the season without maybe five key players: Foderingham and Luongo (bids Power can't refuse), Pritchard (Spurs to cash in), Ajose (Power won't pay Peterborough asking price) and Ranger (no explanation needed). Time for doom and gloom ? Not necessarily. Expect exciting young recruits from one particular Premiership side and I don't mean Spurs. They will feel at home in Red and we may find ourselves singing "you'll never walk alone". January won't be dull ![/p][/quote]Palace interested in Matt Ritchie, B'muff want £3 million for him, don't suppose you know when Black gifted him if he had a sell on clause included. From the possible departures you mentioned Ranger will be the hardest to replace. Seen enough of Belford to say he will be more than adequate replacement for Wes, Luango and Pritchard are luxury players, on their day brilliant, other times liabilities, can easily be replaced. Not much we can say or do about Jose, yes we would like to keep him, but Posh will want to get back a good percentage of the £300k they paid for him. doubt they will let us keep him on loan, but financially probably our best option, again with Dany we have an adequate striker, that personally I think has a good strike rate, is more physical than Ajose and doesn't squander so many chances. The other possible departure mentioned by another poster, maybe for the best, IMHO Nat is not the player he was last season, whether he has not adapted to the way Power and Cooper want him to play getting forward and back or if it's because he's exposed by our mid-fielders not tracking back to help out, or even he's never fully recovered from his injuries, i just don't know. great lad, modest and dedicated, but something is not right based on his overall performance this season he will not be missed with Barcham, Byrne's and brother Louis all adequate replacements. Other possible departures, Cox to go out on loan, Navarro to have contract cancelled by mutual consent and retire, El Gabas not to get an extension. All possibilities, one thing for sure some will have to go to allow others to come in.[/p][/quote]20% sell on clause . jayden

10:47pm Sat 28 Dec 13

joey butler says...

fredi wrote:
Looks like we will have to face the second half of the season without maybe five key players: Foderingham and Luongo (bids Power can't refuse), Pritchard (Spurs to cash in), Ajose (Power won't pay Peterborough asking price) and Ranger (no explanation needed). Time for doom and gloom ? Not necessarily. Expect exciting young recruits from one particular Premiership side and I don't mean Spurs. They will feel at home in Red and we may find ourselves singing "you'll never walk alone". January won't be dull !
If we get loan players from Liverpool in January, it will prove once and for all that Fredi has reliable inside information, which I always believed he had.

If not, time for you to walk the plank Fredi old chap, but I will bet money you are right, YET AGAIN!
[quote][p][bold]fredi[/bold] wrote: Looks like we will have to face the second half of the season without maybe five key players: Foderingham and Luongo (bids Power can't refuse), Pritchard (Spurs to cash in), Ajose (Power won't pay Peterborough asking price) and Ranger (no explanation needed). Time for doom and gloom ? Not necessarily. Expect exciting young recruits from one particular Premiership side and I don't mean Spurs. They will feel at home in Red and we may find ourselves singing "you'll never walk alone". January won't be dull ![/p][/quote]If we get loan players from Liverpool in January, it will prove once and for all that Fredi has reliable inside information, which I always believed he had. If not, time for you to walk the plank Fredi old chap, but I will bet money you are right, YET AGAIN! joey butler

12:01am Sun 29 Dec 13

The Jockster says...

I posted a few threads ago that we'd lose Wes Mason Luongo Pritchard & Ajose. I'd heard that Wes to Bournemouth is already a done deal and you don't have to be a rocket scientist to work out that the others are saleable qualities whether they are our players or not. So Fredi's revelations are hardly a shock although the Liverpool connection is interesting and I'm pretty sure Fredi has his finger on the pulse somehow.

Many seem to think we're doomed if Wes goes, think he's our best keeper ever and I'll be the first to admit I thought he was awesome and I'd still rather keep him than not BUT!! - I firmly believe his performances are lacking something since Doardo left with Pdc. Diggers is rightly a STFC legend but I doubt his coaching skills. Wes seems to have gone backwards in terms of commanding his area- coming for crosses and knowing when to stay put. In his defence, the defence he has to play behind must be enough to shatter anybody's confidence. On Saturday I thought he could have done better with the free kick and the third goal. Having said that I'm not sure that Belford is in the same class when it comes to shot stopping - I think we'd be a good few places further down the table without some of Wes's super saves this season.
I posted a few threads ago that we'd lose Wes Mason Luongo Pritchard & Ajose. I'd heard that Wes to Bournemouth is already a done deal and you don't have to be a rocket scientist to work out that the others are saleable qualities whether they are our players or not. So Fredi's revelations are hardly a shock although the Liverpool connection is interesting and I'm pretty sure Fredi has his finger on the pulse somehow. Many seem to think we're doomed if Wes goes, think he's our best keeper ever and I'll be the first to admit I thought he was awesome and I'd still rather keep him than not BUT!! - I firmly believe his performances are lacking something since Doardo left with Pdc. Diggers is rightly a STFC legend but I doubt his coaching skills. Wes seems to have gone backwards in terms of commanding his area- coming for crosses and knowing when to stay put. In his defence, the defence he has to play behind must be enough to shatter anybody's confidence. On Saturday I thought he could have done better with the free kick and the third goal. Having said that I'm not sure that Belford is in the same class when it comes to shot stopping - I think we'd be a good few places further down the table without some of Wes's super saves this season. The Jockster

8:30am Sun 29 Dec 13

smirg kcab says...

I'm sure Wes don't take a blind bit of notice of digby not in the same league as Wes or given or Allan. As for digs a legend I could only remember him for kicking the ball out for throw ins every time he took a goal kick something that Belford had taken on board from him,
We must remove Wilma,cox,Navarro, Troy before we release any players, that's the dead money.
Muff I believe are or has just signed lee camp, but I know Leeds are showing an interest in Wes. Wouldn't sell Wes anything under 2.5 million.
I'm sure Wes don't take a blind bit of notice of digby not in the same league as Wes or given or Allan. As for digs a legend I could only remember him for kicking the ball out for throw ins every time he took a goal kick something that Belford had taken on board from him, We must remove Wilma,cox,Navarro, Troy before we release any players, that's the dead money. Muff I believe are or has just signed lee camp, but I know Leeds are showing an interest in Wes. Wouldn't sell Wes anything under 2.5 million. smirg kcab

9:17am Sun 29 Dec 13

jayden says...

The Jockster wrote:
I posted a few threads ago that we'd lose Wes Mason Luongo Pritchard & Ajose. I'd heard that Wes to Bournemouth is already a done deal and you don't have to be a rocket scientist to work out that the others are saleable qualities whether they are our players or not. So Fredi's revelations are hardly a shock although the Liverpool connection is interesting and I'm pretty sure Fredi has his finger on the pulse somehow.

Many seem to think we're doomed if Wes goes, think he's our best keeper ever and I'll be the first to admit I thought he was awesome and I'd still rather keep him than not BUT!! - I firmly believe his performances are lacking something since Doardo left with Pdc. Diggers is rightly a STFC legend but I doubt his coaching skills. Wes seems to have gone backwards in terms of commanding his area- coming for crosses and knowing when to stay put. In his defence, the defence he has to play behind must be enough to shatter anybody's confidence. On Saturday I thought he could have done better with the free kick and the third goal. Having said that I'm not sure that Belford is in the same class when it comes to shot stopping - I think we'd be a good few places further down the table without some of Wes's super saves this season.
Jock yes Wes should have stopped that shot on Saturday let's face it he had two days to save it. LOL. Thursday Friday Saturday all days are the same ....hic LOL.
[quote][p][bold]The Jockster[/bold] wrote: I posted a few threads ago that we'd lose Wes Mason Luongo Pritchard & Ajose. I'd heard that Wes to Bournemouth is already a done deal and you don't have to be a rocket scientist to work out that the others are saleable qualities whether they are our players or not. So Fredi's revelations are hardly a shock although the Liverpool connection is interesting and I'm pretty sure Fredi has his finger on the pulse somehow. Many seem to think we're doomed if Wes goes, think he's our best keeper ever and I'll be the first to admit I thought he was awesome and I'd still rather keep him than not BUT!! - I firmly believe his performances are lacking something since Doardo left with Pdc. Diggers is rightly a STFC legend but I doubt his coaching skills. Wes seems to have gone backwards in terms of commanding his area- coming for crosses and knowing when to stay put. In his defence, the defence he has to play behind must be enough to shatter anybody's confidence. On Saturday I thought he could have done better with the free kick and the third goal. Having said that I'm not sure that Belford is in the same class when it comes to shot stopping - I think we'd be a good few places further down the table without some of Wes's super saves this season.[/p][/quote]Jock yes Wes should have stopped that shot on Saturday let's face it he had two days to save it. LOL. Thursday Friday Saturday all days are the same ....hic LOL. jayden

9:22am Sun 29 Dec 13

swwindon61uk says...

smirg kcab wrote:
I'm sure Wes don't take a blind bit of notice of digby not in the same league as Wes or given or Allan. As for digs a legend I could only remember him for kicking the ball out for throw ins every time he took a goal kick something that Belford had taken on board from him,
We must remove Wilma,cox,Navarro, Troy before we release any players, that's the dead money.
Muff I believe are or has just signed lee camp, but I know Leeds are showing an interest in Wes. Wouldn't sell Wes anything under 2.5 million.
If that is all you can remember Digby for then you did not see him play many times,yes he did it a lot,not as much as Jimmy Allan though!!
Big difference between now and then is that i can not remember getting on Digby;s or Allan's back because of it,unlike today where a lot of fans want perfection all the time like they get on their playstations.
Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him.
[quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: I'm sure Wes don't take a blind bit of notice of digby not in the same league as Wes or given or Allan. As for digs a legend I could only remember him for kicking the ball out for throw ins every time he took a goal kick something that Belford had taken on board from him, We must remove Wilma,cox,Navarro, Troy before we release any players, that's the dead money. Muff I believe are or has just signed lee camp, but I know Leeds are showing an interest in Wes. Wouldn't sell Wes anything under 2.5 million.[/p][/quote]If that is all you can remember Digby for then you did not see him play many times,yes he did it a lot,not as much as Jimmy Allan though!! Big difference between now and then is that i can not remember getting on Digby;s or Allan's back because of it,unlike today where a lot of fans want perfection all the time like they get on their playstations. Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him. swwindon61uk

9:26am Sun 29 Dec 13

swwindon61uk says...

The Jockster wrote:
I posted a few threads ago that we'd lose Wes Mason Luongo Pritchard & Ajose. I'd heard that Wes to Bournemouth is already a done deal and you don't have to be a rocket scientist to work out that the others are saleable qualities whether they are our players or not. So Fredi's revelations are hardly a shock although the Liverpool connection is interesting and I'm pretty sure Fredi has his finger on the pulse somehow.

Many seem to think we're doomed if Wes goes, think he's our best keeper ever and I'll be the first to admit I thought he was awesome and I'd still rather keep him than not BUT!! - I firmly believe his performances are lacking something since Doardo left with Pdc. Diggers is rightly a STFC legend but I doubt his coaching skills. Wes seems to have gone backwards in terms of commanding his area- coming for crosses and knowing when to stay put. In his defence, the defence he has to play behind must be enough to shatter anybody's confidence. On Saturday I thought he could have done better with the free kick and the third goal. Having said that I'm not sure that Belford is in the same class when it comes to shot stopping - I think we'd be a good few places further down the table without some of Wes's super saves this season.
Good post Jock.
Wes had the same frailties last year also but he was far to good for 4th divivision strikers and better defenders in front of him.
I would also like him to stay.
[quote][p][bold]The Jockster[/bold] wrote: I posted a few threads ago that we'd lose Wes Mason Luongo Pritchard & Ajose. I'd heard that Wes to Bournemouth is already a done deal and you don't have to be a rocket scientist to work out that the others are saleable qualities whether they are our players or not. So Fredi's revelations are hardly a shock although the Liverpool connection is interesting and I'm pretty sure Fredi has his finger on the pulse somehow. Many seem to think we're doomed if Wes goes, think he's our best keeper ever and I'll be the first to admit I thought he was awesome and I'd still rather keep him than not BUT!! - I firmly believe his performances are lacking something since Doardo left with Pdc. Diggers is rightly a STFC legend but I doubt his coaching skills. Wes seems to have gone backwards in terms of commanding his area- coming for crosses and knowing when to stay put. In his defence, the defence he has to play behind must be enough to shatter anybody's confidence. On Saturday I thought he could have done better with the free kick and the third goal. Having said that I'm not sure that Belford is in the same class when it comes to shot stopping - I think we'd be a good few places further down the table without some of Wes's super saves this season.[/p][/quote]Good post Jock. Wes had the same frailties last year also but he was far to good for 4th divivision strikers and better defenders in front of him. I would also like him to stay. swwindon61uk

9:49am Sun 29 Dec 13

umpcah says...

swwindon61uk wrote:
smirg kcab wrote:
I'm sure Wes don't take a blind bit of notice of digby not in the same league as Wes or given or Allan. As for digs a legend I could only remember him for kicking the ball out for throw ins every time he took a goal kick something that Belford had taken on board from him,
We must remove Wilma,cox,Navarro, Troy before we release any players, that's the dead money.
Muff I believe are or has just signed lee camp, but I know Leeds are showing an interest in Wes. Wouldn't sell Wes anything under 2.5 million.
If that is all you can remember Digby for then you did not see him play many times,yes he did it a lot,not as much as Jimmy Allan though!!
Big difference between now and then is that i can not remember getting on Digby;s or Allan's back because of it,unlike today where a lot of fans want perfection all the time like they get on their playstations.
Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him.
"Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him" I agree but with our shaky defence we would be relegation candidates without him !
[quote][p][bold]swwindon61uk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: I'm sure Wes don't take a blind bit of notice of digby not in the same league as Wes or given or Allan. As for digs a legend I could only remember him for kicking the ball out for throw ins every time he took a goal kick something that Belford had taken on board from him, We must remove Wilma,cox,Navarro, Troy before we release any players, that's the dead money. Muff I believe are or has just signed lee camp, but I know Leeds are showing an interest in Wes. Wouldn't sell Wes anything under 2.5 million.[/p][/quote]If that is all you can remember Digby for then you did not see him play many times,yes he did it a lot,not as much as Jimmy Allan though!! Big difference between now and then is that i can not remember getting on Digby;s or Allan's back because of it,unlike today where a lot of fans want perfection all the time like they get on their playstations. Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him.[/p][/quote]"Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him" I agree but with our shaky defence we would be relegation candidates without him ! umpcah

9:59am Sun 29 Dec 13

smirg kcab says...

swwindon61uk wrote:
smirg kcab wrote:
I'm sure Wes don't take a blind bit of notice of digby not in the same league as Wes or given or Allan. As for digs a legend I could only remember him for kicking the ball out for throw ins every time he took a goal kick something that Belford had taken on board from him,
We must remove Wilma,cox,Navarro, Troy before we release any players, that's the dead money.
Muff I believe are or has just signed lee camp, but I know Leeds are showing an interest in Wes. Wouldn't sell Wes anything under 2.5 million.
If that is all you can remember Digby for then you did not see him play many times,yes he did it a lot,not as much as Jimmy Allan though!!
Big difference between now and then is that i can not remember getting on Digby;s or Allan's back because of it,unlike today where a lot of fans want perfection all the time like they get on their playstations.
Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him.
Went every home game and most away thought he was over rated also I was talking about Kenny Allan not jimmy.
Keepers are rare commodity so let's not give him away for peanuts.
Strange how spurs think pritch is worth £1 million yet Ritchie only 500k
At the end of the day we will only get what someone's prepared to pay.
Also if power wants championship then it's a no go sell when you have dead beats like Troy cox Wilma navs on our books.
Please can you remind me of a great moment digby played?
But I remember people booing him for his goal kicks the same as Belford got in the jpt win.
Not a moan just my observation, in the ups and down in a life as a town fan
[quote][p][bold]swwindon61uk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: I'm sure Wes don't take a blind bit of notice of digby not in the same league as Wes or given or Allan. As for digs a legend I could only remember him for kicking the ball out for throw ins every time he took a goal kick something that Belford had taken on board from him, We must remove Wilma,cox,Navarro, Troy before we release any players, that's the dead money. Muff I believe are or has just signed lee camp, but I know Leeds are showing an interest in Wes. Wouldn't sell Wes anything under 2.5 million.[/p][/quote]If that is all you can remember Digby for then you did not see him play many times,yes he did it a lot,not as much as Jimmy Allan though!! Big difference between now and then is that i can not remember getting on Digby;s or Allan's back because of it,unlike today where a lot of fans want perfection all the time like they get on their playstations. Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him.[/p][/quote]Went every home game and most away thought he was over rated also I was talking about Kenny Allan not jimmy. Keepers are rare commodity so let's not give him away for peanuts. Strange how spurs think pritch is worth £1 million yet Ritchie only 500k At the end of the day we will only get what someone's prepared to pay. Also if power wants championship then it's a no go sell when you have dead beats like Troy cox Wilma navs on our books. Please can you remind me of a great moment digby played? But I remember people booing him for his goal kicks the same as Belford got in the jpt win. Not a moan just my observation, in the ups and down in a life as a town fan smirg kcab

10:07am Sun 29 Dec 13

smirg kcab says...

umpcah wrote:
swwindon61uk wrote:
smirg kcab wrote:
I'm sure Wes don't take a blind bit of notice of digby not in the same league as Wes or given or Allan. As for digs a legend I could only remember him for kicking the ball out for throw ins every time he took a goal kick something that Belford had taken on board from him,
We must remove Wilma,cox,Navarro, Troy before we release any players, that's the dead money.
Muff I believe are or has just signed lee camp, but I know Leeds are showing an interest in Wes. Wouldn't sell Wes anything under 2.5 million.
If that is all you can remember Digby for then you did not see him play many times,yes he did it a lot,not as much as Jimmy Allan though!!
Big difference between now and then is that i can not remember getting on Digby;s or Allan's back because of it,unlike today where a lot of fans want perfection all the time like they get on their playstations.
Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him.
"Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him" I agree but with our shaky defence we would be relegation candidates without him !
Let's get rid of him for 500k or less and let's go for relegation then shall we.
Pay £350k for an over rated poacher and all will be well?
[quote][p][bold]umpcah[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]swwindon61uk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: I'm sure Wes don't take a blind bit of notice of digby not in the same league as Wes or given or Allan. As for digs a legend I could only remember him for kicking the ball out for throw ins every time he took a goal kick something that Belford had taken on board from him, We must remove Wilma,cox,Navarro, Troy before we release any players, that's the dead money. Muff I believe are or has just signed lee camp, but I know Leeds are showing an interest in Wes. Wouldn't sell Wes anything under 2.5 million.[/p][/quote]If that is all you can remember Digby for then you did not see him play many times,yes he did it a lot,not as much as Jimmy Allan though!! Big difference between now and then is that i can not remember getting on Digby;s or Allan's back because of it,unlike today where a lot of fans want perfection all the time like they get on their playstations. Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him.[/p][/quote]"Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him" I agree but with our shaky defence we would be relegation candidates without him ![/p][/quote]Let's get rid of him for 500k or less and let's go for relegation then shall we. Pay £350k for an over rated poacher and all will be well? smirg kcab

10:12am Sun 29 Dec 13

jayden says...

Bournemouth value M.R higher than Tom Ince who was off to Liverpool for 6.5 million . The only player we should of kept I wish we would have got rid of 4or 5 players and still had Matt but it was not to be .
Bournemouth value M.R higher than Tom Ince who was off to Liverpool for 6.5 million . The only player we should of kept I wish we would have got rid of 4or 5 players and still had Matt but it was not to be . jayden

10:14am Sun 29 Dec 13

umpcah says...

smirg kcab wrote:
umpcah wrote:
swwindon61uk wrote:
smirg kcab wrote:
I'm sure Wes don't take a blind bit of notice of digby not in the same league as Wes or given or Allan. As for digs a legend I could only remember him for kicking the ball out for throw ins every time he took a goal kick something that Belford had taken on board from him,
We must remove Wilma,cox,Navarro, Troy before we release any players, that's the dead money.
Muff I believe are or has just signed lee camp, but I know Leeds are showing an interest in Wes. Wouldn't sell Wes anything under 2.5 million.
If that is all you can remember Digby for then you did not see him play many times,yes he did it a lot,not as much as Jimmy Allan though!!
Big difference between now and then is that i can not remember getting on Digby;s or Allan's back because of it,unlike today where a lot of fans want perfection all the time like they get on their playstations.
Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him.
"Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him" I agree but with our shaky defence we would be relegation candidates without him !
Let's get rid of him for 500k or less and let's go for relegation then shall we.
Pay £350k for an over rated poacher and all will be well?
"all will be well?" I very much doubt that and I remain very concerned .
[quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]umpcah[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]swwindon61uk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: I'm sure Wes don't take a blind bit of notice of digby not in the same league as Wes or given or Allan. As for digs a legend I could only remember him for kicking the ball out for throw ins every time he took a goal kick something that Belford had taken on board from him, We must remove Wilma,cox,Navarro, Troy before we release any players, that's the dead money. Muff I believe are or has just signed lee camp, but I know Leeds are showing an interest in Wes. Wouldn't sell Wes anything under 2.5 million.[/p][/quote]If that is all you can remember Digby for then you did not see him play many times,yes he did it a lot,not as much as Jimmy Allan though!! Big difference between now and then is that i can not remember getting on Digby;s or Allan's back because of it,unlike today where a lot of fans want perfection all the time like they get on their playstations. Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him.[/p][/quote]"Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him" I agree but with our shaky defence we would be relegation candidates without him ![/p][/quote]Let's get rid of him for 500k or less and let's go for relegation then shall we. Pay £350k for an over rated poacher and all will be well?[/p][/quote]"all will be well?" I very much doubt that and I remain very concerned . umpcah

10:15am Sun 29 Dec 13

Oxon-Red says...

Should have posted this yesterday. Any fans going that read this on their way, make sure you visit the Bradford City FC Museum. Entry is via the club shop, up the stairs. There is a cafe there as well.

COYMR
Should have posted this yesterday. Any fans going that read this on their way, make sure you visit the Bradford City FC Museum. Entry is via the club shop, up the stairs. There is a cafe there as well. COYMR Oxon-Red

10:19am Sun 29 Dec 13

smirg kcab says...

umpcah wrote:
smirg kcab wrote:
umpcah wrote:
swwindon61uk wrote:
smirg kcab wrote:
I'm sure Wes don't take a blind bit of notice of digby not in the same league as Wes or given or Allan. As for digs a legend I could only remember him for kicking the ball out for throw ins every time he took a goal kick something that Belford had taken on board from him,
We must remove Wilma,cox,Navarro, Troy before we release any players, that's the dead money.
Muff I believe are or has just signed lee camp, but I know Leeds are showing an interest in Wes. Wouldn't sell Wes anything under 2.5 million.
If that is all you can remember Digby for then you did not see him play many times,yes he did it a lot,not as much as Jimmy Allan though!!
Big difference between now and then is that i can not remember getting on Digby;s or Allan's back because of it,unlike today where a lot of fans want perfection all the time like they get on their playstations.
Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him.
"Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him" I agree but with our shaky defence we would be relegation candidates without him !
Let's get rid of him for 500k or less and let's go for relegation then shall we.
Pay £350k for an over rated poacher and all will be well?
"all will be well?" I very much doubt that and I remain very concerned .
All will be well was tongue in cheek at you
[quote][p][bold]umpcah[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]umpcah[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]swwindon61uk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: I'm sure Wes don't take a blind bit of notice of digby not in the same league as Wes or given or Allan. As for digs a legend I could only remember him for kicking the ball out for throw ins every time he took a goal kick something that Belford had taken on board from him, We must remove Wilma,cox,Navarro, Troy before we release any players, that's the dead money. Muff I believe are or has just signed lee camp, but I know Leeds are showing an interest in Wes. Wouldn't sell Wes anything under 2.5 million.[/p][/quote]If that is all you can remember Digby for then you did not see him play many times,yes he did it a lot,not as much as Jimmy Allan though!! Big difference between now and then is that i can not remember getting on Digby;s or Allan's back because of it,unlike today where a lot of fans want perfection all the time like they get on their playstations. Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him.[/p][/quote]"Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him" I agree but with our shaky defence we would be relegation candidates without him ![/p][/quote]Let's get rid of him for 500k or less and let's go for relegation then shall we. Pay £350k for an over rated poacher and all will be well?[/p][/quote]"all will be well?" I very much doubt that and I remain very concerned .[/p][/quote]All will be well was tongue in cheek at you smirg kcab

10:24am Sun 29 Dec 13

Oxon-Red says...

umpcah wrote:
smirg kcab wrote:
umpcah wrote:
swwindon61uk wrote:
smirg kcab wrote:
I'm sure Wes don't take a blind bit of notice of digby not in the same league as Wes or given or Allan. As for digs a legend I could only remember him for kicking the ball out for throw ins every time he took a goal kick something that Belford had taken on board from him,
We must remove Wilma,cox,Navarro, Troy before we release any players, that's the dead money.
Muff I believe are or has just signed lee camp, but I know Leeds are showing an interest in Wes. Wouldn't sell Wes anything under 2.5 million.
If that is all you can remember Digby for then you did not see him play many times,yes he did it a lot,not as much as Jimmy Allan though!!
Big difference between now and then is that i can not remember getting on Digby;s or Allan's back because of it,unlike today where a lot of fans want perfection all the time like they get on their playstations.
Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him.
"Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him" I agree but with our shaky defence we would be relegation candidates without him !
Let's get rid of him for 500k or less and let's go for relegation then shall we.
Pay £350k for an over rated poacher and all will be well?
"all will be well?" I very much doubt that and I remain very concerned .
I'm sure young Mr Belford will be enjoying the confidence people have in him. Players come, players go but the team continues and it is up to that team (and the manager) to continue to do the business. Sometimes a player leaving weakens the side, sometimes they are replaced by someone who strengthens the side.

If players go and we get decent fees for them then maybe, just maybe we will be able to sign the replacements that strengthen us.

On Ajose, last season many were calling for a 'Fox in the Box'.

COYMR
[quote][p][bold]umpcah[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]umpcah[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]swwindon61uk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: I'm sure Wes don't take a blind bit of notice of digby not in the same league as Wes or given or Allan. As for digs a legend I could only remember him for kicking the ball out for throw ins every time he took a goal kick something that Belford had taken on board from him, We must remove Wilma,cox,Navarro, Troy before we release any players, that's the dead money. Muff I believe are or has just signed lee camp, but I know Leeds are showing an interest in Wes. Wouldn't sell Wes anything under 2.5 million.[/p][/quote]If that is all you can remember Digby for then you did not see him play many times,yes he did it a lot,not as much as Jimmy Allan though!! Big difference between now and then is that i can not remember getting on Digby;s or Allan's back because of it,unlike today where a lot of fans want perfection all the time like they get on their playstations. Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him.[/p][/quote]"Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him" I agree but with our shaky defence we would be relegation candidates without him ![/p][/quote]Let's get rid of him for 500k or less and let's go for relegation then shall we. Pay £350k for an over rated poacher and all will be well?[/p][/quote]"all will be well?" I very much doubt that and I remain very concerned .[/p][/quote]I'm sure young Mr Belford will be enjoying the confidence people have in him. Players come, players go but the team continues and it is up to that team (and the manager) to continue to do the business. Sometimes a player leaving weakens the side, sometimes they are replaced by someone who strengthens the side. If players go and we get decent fees for them then maybe, just maybe we will be able to sign the replacements that strengthen us. On Ajose, last season many were calling for a 'Fox in the Box'. COYMR Oxon-Red

10:24am Sun 29 Dec 13

umpcah says...

smirg kcab wrote:
umpcah wrote:
smirg kcab wrote:
umpcah wrote:
swwindon61uk wrote:
smirg kcab wrote:
I'm sure Wes don't take a blind bit of notice of digby not in the same league as Wes or given or Allan. As for digs a legend I could only remember him for kicking the ball out for throw ins every time he took a goal kick something that Belford had taken on board from him,
We must remove Wilma,cox,Navarro, Troy before we release any players, that's the dead money.
Muff I believe are or has just signed lee camp, but I know Leeds are showing an interest in Wes. Wouldn't sell Wes anything under 2.5 million.
If that is all you can remember Digby for then you did not see him play many times,yes he did it a lot,not as much as Jimmy Allan though!!
Big difference between now and then is that i can not remember getting on Digby;s or Allan's back because of it,unlike today where a lot of fans want perfection all the time like they get on their playstations.
Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him.
"Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him" I agree but with our shaky defence we would be relegation candidates without him !
Let's get rid of him for 500k or less and let's go for relegation then shall we.
Pay £350k for an over rated poacher and all will be well?
"all will be well?" I very much doubt that and I remain very concerned .
All will be well was tongue in cheek at you
I realise that Smirg ! And I remain very concerned ! Let`s hope the boys manage to grab a point today.
[quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]umpcah[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]umpcah[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]swwindon61uk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: I'm sure Wes don't take a blind bit of notice of digby not in the same league as Wes or given or Allan. As for digs a legend I could only remember him for kicking the ball out for throw ins every time he took a goal kick something that Belford had taken on board from him, We must remove Wilma,cox,Navarro, Troy before we release any players, that's the dead money. Muff I believe are or has just signed lee camp, but I know Leeds are showing an interest in Wes. Wouldn't sell Wes anything under 2.5 million.[/p][/quote]If that is all you can remember Digby for then you did not see him play many times,yes he did it a lot,not as much as Jimmy Allan though!! Big difference between now and then is that i can not remember getting on Digby;s or Allan's back because of it,unlike today where a lot of fans want perfection all the time like they get on their playstations. Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him.[/p][/quote]"Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him" I agree but with our shaky defence we would be relegation candidates without him ![/p][/quote]Let's get rid of him for 500k or less and let's go for relegation then shall we. Pay £350k for an over rated poacher and all will be well?[/p][/quote]"all will be well?" I very much doubt that and I remain very concerned .[/p][/quote]All will be well was tongue in cheek at you[/p][/quote]I realise that Smirg ! And I remain very concerned ! Let`s hope the boys manage to grab a point today. umpcah

11:50am Sun 29 Dec 13

swwindon61uk says...

smirg kcab wrote:
swwindon61uk wrote:
smirg kcab wrote:
I'm sure Wes don't take a blind bit of notice of digby not in the same league as Wes or given or Allan. As for digs a legend I could only remember him for kicking the ball out for throw ins every time he took a goal kick something that Belford had taken on board from him,
We must remove Wilma,cox,Navarro, Troy before we release any players, that's the dead money.
Muff I believe are or has just signed lee camp, but I know Leeds are showing an interest in Wes. Wouldn't sell Wes anything under 2.5 million.
If that is all you can remember Digby for then you did not see him play many times,yes he did it a lot,not as much as Jimmy Allan though!!
Big difference between now and then is that i can not remember getting on Digby;s or Allan's back because of it,unlike today where a lot of fans want perfection all the time like they get on their playstations.
Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him.
Went every home game and most away thought he was over rated also I was talking about Kenny Allan not jimmy.
Keepers are rare commodity so let's not give him away for peanuts.
Strange how spurs think pritch is worth £1 million yet Ritchie only 500k
At the end of the day we will only get what someone's prepared to pay.
Also if power wants championship then it's a no go sell when you have dead beats like Troy cox Wilma navs on our books.
Please can you remind me of a great moment digby played?
But I remember people booing him for his goal kicks the same as Belford got in the jpt win.
Not a moan just my observation, in the ups and down in a life as a town fan
Great moment or game?
Moment has to be Wembley and getting promoted to the Premier League.
As for games,too numerous to mention and i am being serious,nearly all that Preimer season for one,commanded his area,great on crosses and one of the best shot stoppers we have had.
All about opinions of course,personally i would have Digby over Foderingham.
Belford looks like a good keeper IMHO but will have a tough task overcoming the love fest that Wes has at the moment,example being at Brentford Boxing day,he made a complete hash of a shot in the first half and it just went wide with the score at 1-1 but bloke stood next to me it was a good save,that is being blindingly loyal.
[quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]swwindon61uk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: I'm sure Wes don't take a blind bit of notice of digby not in the same league as Wes or given or Allan. As for digs a legend I could only remember him for kicking the ball out for throw ins every time he took a goal kick something that Belford had taken on board from him, We must remove Wilma,cox,Navarro, Troy before we release any players, that's the dead money. Muff I believe are or has just signed lee camp, but I know Leeds are showing an interest in Wes. Wouldn't sell Wes anything under 2.5 million.[/p][/quote]If that is all you can remember Digby for then you did not see him play many times,yes he did it a lot,not as much as Jimmy Allan though!! Big difference between now and then is that i can not remember getting on Digby;s or Allan's back because of it,unlike today where a lot of fans want perfection all the time like they get on their playstations. Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him.[/p][/quote]Went every home game and most away thought he was over rated also I was talking about Kenny Allan not jimmy. Keepers are rare commodity so let's not give him away for peanuts. Strange how spurs think pritch is worth £1 million yet Ritchie only 500k At the end of the day we will only get what someone's prepared to pay. Also if power wants championship then it's a no go sell when you have dead beats like Troy cox Wilma navs on our books. Please can you remind me of a great moment digby played? But I remember people booing him for his goal kicks the same as Belford got in the jpt win. Not a moan just my observation, in the ups and down in a life as a town fan[/p][/quote]Great moment or game? Moment has to be Wembley and getting promoted to the Premier League. As for games,too numerous to mention and i am being serious,nearly all that Preimer season for one,commanded his area,great on crosses and one of the best shot stoppers we have had. All about opinions of course,personally i would have Digby over Foderingham. Belford looks like a good keeper IMHO but will have a tough task overcoming the love fest that Wes has at the moment,example being at Brentford Boxing day,he made a complete hash of a shot in the first half and it just went wide with the score at 1-1 but bloke stood next to me it was a good save,that is being blindingly loyal. swwindon61uk

12:46pm Sun 29 Dec 13

the wizard says...

With the club, the team and the backroom staff to a point all being in flux right now and given the experience/inexperie
nce of the players and some of the staff is it little wonder that we swing from the sublime to the not so sublime in our performances. The perfect example is Wes, he was obviously under the influence of better training staff up to the middle of last season. Then, the upheaval, and then the arrival of Digby, a once legend, now as goal keeping coach, out of the game for years limited coaching experience. In fairness to Cooper he van hardly be held responsible for what is going on around him, he continuously has to make a silk purse and the best out of a mixed bunch. Finally along comes Power, out of the shadows, and now with his first transfer window approaching he must realize he has to do something about the balance and ability of this team which offers much, but cannot travel. His funds are restricted, so buying and selling, loaning out and loaning in are his only options. Survival this season was always the priority, but with such a mixed bag results are always going to be unpredictable, but where we are is what we are, promising but with flaws, a lot of rough edges, but also a lot of promise. We aint doing sooooo bad, it could be a lot worse.
If Wes goes then we all wish him well. As somebody else pointed out we need Williams, Navarro and Cox off of our books and we need to do something about Troy too, as he is undoubtedly the last of the big earners and with clauses around appearances etc.
Fredi got one thing right, January isn't going to be dull.
With the club, the team and the backroom staff to a point all being in flux right now and given the experience/inexperie nce of the players and some of the staff is it little wonder that we swing from the sublime to the not so sublime in our performances. The perfect example is Wes, he was obviously under the influence of better training staff up to the middle of last season. Then, the upheaval, and then the arrival of Digby, a once legend, now as goal keeping coach, out of the game for years limited coaching experience. In fairness to Cooper he van hardly be held responsible for what is going on around him, he continuously has to make a silk purse and the best out of a mixed bunch. Finally along comes Power, out of the shadows, and now with his first transfer window approaching he must realize he has to do something about the balance and ability of this team which offers much, but cannot travel. His funds are restricted, so buying and selling, loaning out and loaning in are his only options. Survival this season was always the priority, but with such a mixed bag results are always going to be unpredictable, but where we are is what we are, promising but with flaws, a lot of rough edges, but also a lot of promise. We aint doing sooooo bad, it could be a lot worse. If Wes goes then we all wish him well. As somebody else pointed out we need Williams, Navarro and Cox off of our books and we need to do something about Troy too, as he is undoubtedly the last of the big earners and with clauses around appearances etc. Fredi got one thing right, January isn't going to be dull. the wizard

12:46pm Sun 29 Dec 13

old town robin says...

Steve. Brentford wrote:
old town robin wrote:
old town robin wrote: No Sam, no match day live as yet, has he gone AWOL with Nile.
SO SORRY, forgot all FL games are being played tomorrow
Let`s put it down as a senior moment OTR, i must confess to coming on here earlier fully expecting to see match day live myself mate before realising my mistake, i put it down to all this Chrismas malarky messing up the days :O)
Happy new year mate (when ever that is )
Thanks Steve same to you and your's, 12.45 Sunday still haven't seen any news today from Bradford.
[quote][p][bold]Steve. Brentford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]old town robin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]old town robin[/bold] wrote: No Sam, no match day live as yet, has he gone AWOL with Nile.[/p][/quote]SO SORRY, forgot all FL games are being played tomorrow[/p][/quote]Let`s put it down as a senior moment OTR, i must confess to coming on here earlier fully expecting to see match day live myself mate before realising my mistake, i put it down to all this Chrismas malarky messing up the days :O) Happy new year mate (when ever that is )[/p][/quote]Thanks Steve same to you and your's, 12.45 Sunday still haven't seen any news today from Bradford. old town robin

12:56pm Sun 29 Dec 13

smirg kcab says...

swwindon61uk wrote:
smirg kcab wrote:
swwindon61uk wrote:
smirg kcab wrote:
I'm sure Wes don't take a blind bit of notice of digby not in the same league as Wes or given or Allan. As for digs a legend I could only remember him for kicking the ball out for throw ins every time he took a goal kick something that Belford had taken on board from him,
We must remove Wilma,cox,Navarro, Troy before we release any players, that's the dead money.
Muff I believe are or has just signed lee camp, but I know Leeds are showing an interest in Wes. Wouldn't sell Wes anything under 2.5 million.
If that is all you can remember Digby for then you did not see him play many times,yes he did it a lot,not as much as Jimmy Allan though!!
Big difference between now and then is that i can not remember getting on Digby;s or Allan's back because of it,unlike today where a lot of fans want perfection all the time like they get on their playstations.
Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him.
Went every home game and most away thought he was over rated also I was talking about Kenny Allan not jimmy.
Keepers are rare commodity so let's not give him away for peanuts.
Strange how spurs think pritch is worth £1 million yet Ritchie only 500k
At the end of the day we will only get what someone's prepared to pay.
Also if power wants championship then it's a no go sell when you have dead beats like Troy cox Wilma navs on our books.
Please can you remind me of a great moment digby played?
But I remember people booing him for his goal kicks the same as Belford got in the jpt win.
Not a moan just my observation, in the ups and down in a life as a town fan
Great moment or game?
Moment has to be Wembley and getting promoted to the Premier League.
As for games,too numerous to mention and i am being serious,nearly all that Preimer season for one,commanded his area,great on crosses and one of the best shot stoppers we have had.
All about opinions of course,personally i would have Digby over Foderingham.
Belford looks like a good keeper IMHO but will have a tough task overcoming the love fest that Wes has at the moment,example being at Brentford Boxing day,he made a complete hash of a shot in the first half and it just went wide with the score at 1-1 but bloke stood next to me it was a good save,that is being blindingly loyal.
He commanded it that well he is along with the defenders for conceding 100+ goals which they still hold the record today.
Just a thought
[quote][p][bold]swwindon61uk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]swwindon61uk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: I'm sure Wes don't take a blind bit of notice of digby not in the same league as Wes or given or Allan. As for digs a legend I could only remember him for kicking the ball out for throw ins every time he took a goal kick something that Belford had taken on board from him, We must remove Wilma,cox,Navarro, Troy before we release any players, that's the dead money. Muff I believe are or has just signed lee camp, but I know Leeds are showing an interest in Wes. Wouldn't sell Wes anything under 2.5 million.[/p][/quote]If that is all you can remember Digby for then you did not see him play many times,yes he did it a lot,not as much as Jimmy Allan though!! Big difference between now and then is that i can not remember getting on Digby;s or Allan's back because of it,unlike today where a lot of fans want perfection all the time like they get on their playstations. Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him.[/p][/quote]Went every home game and most away thought he was over rated also I was talking about Kenny Allan not jimmy. Keepers are rare commodity so let's not give him away for peanuts. Strange how spurs think pritch is worth £1 million yet Ritchie only 500k At the end of the day we will only get what someone's prepared to pay. Also if power wants championship then it's a no go sell when you have dead beats like Troy cox Wilma navs on our books. Please can you remind me of a great moment digby played? But I remember people booing him for his goal kicks the same as Belford got in the jpt win. Not a moan just my observation, in the ups and down in a life as a town fan[/p][/quote]Great moment or game? Moment has to be Wembley and getting promoted to the Premier League. As for games,too numerous to mention and i am being serious,nearly all that Preimer season for one,commanded his area,great on crosses and one of the best shot stoppers we have had. All about opinions of course,personally i would have Digby over Foderingham. Belford looks like a good keeper IMHO but will have a tough task overcoming the love fest that Wes has at the moment,example being at Brentford Boxing day,he made a complete hash of a shot in the first half and it just went wide with the score at 1-1 but bloke stood next to me it was a good save,that is being blindingly loyal.[/p][/quote]He commanded it that well he is along with the defenders for conceding 100+ goals which they still hold the record today. Just a thought smirg kcab

1:10pm Sun 29 Dec 13

smirg kcab says...

Someone's just tweeted Nile has arrived at the parade.
Shame it's Clive parade
Someone's just tweeted Nile has arrived at the parade. Shame it's Clive parade smirg kcab

1:32pm Sun 29 Dec 13

swwindon61uk says...

smirg kcab wrote:
swwindon61uk wrote:
smirg kcab wrote:
swwindon61uk wrote:
smirg kcab wrote:
I'm sure Wes don't take a blind bit of notice of digby not in the same league as Wes or given or Allan. As for digs a legend I could only remember him for kicking the ball out for throw ins every time he took a goal kick something that Belford had taken on board from him,
We must remove Wilma,cox,Navarro, Troy before we release any players, that's the dead money.
Muff I believe are or has just signed lee camp, but I know Leeds are showing an interest in Wes. Wouldn't sell Wes anything under 2.5 million.
If that is all you can remember Digby for then you did not see him play many times,yes he did it a lot,not as much as Jimmy Allan though!!
Big difference between now and then is that i can not remember getting on Digby;s or Allan's back because of it,unlike today where a lot of fans want perfection all the time like they get on their playstations.
Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him.
Went every home game and most away thought he was over rated also I was talking about Kenny Allan not jimmy.
Keepers are rare commodity so let's not give him away for peanuts.
Strange how spurs think pritch is worth £1 million yet Ritchie only 500k
At the end of the day we will only get what someone's prepared to pay.
Also if power wants championship then it's a no go sell when you have dead beats like Troy cox Wilma navs on our books.
Please can you remind me of a great moment digby played?
But I remember people booing him for his goal kicks the same as Belford got in the jpt win.
Not a moan just my observation, in the ups and down in a life as a town fan
Great moment or game?
Moment has to be Wembley and getting promoted to the Premier League.
As for games,too numerous to mention and i am being serious,nearly all that Preimer season for one,commanded his area,great on crosses and one of the best shot stoppers we have had.
All about opinions of course,personally i would have Digby over Foderingham.
Belford looks like a good keeper IMHO but will have a tough task overcoming the love fest that Wes has at the moment,example being at Brentford Boxing day,he made a complete hash of a shot in the first half and it just went wide with the score at 1-1 but bloke stood next to me it was a good save,that is being blindingly loyal.
He commanded it that well he is along with the defenders for conceding 100+ goals which they still hold the record today.
Just a thought
Kilkline,Fenwick,Whi
tehead were as bad as it got,without Digby it would have been 200!
[quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]swwindon61uk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]swwindon61uk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: I'm sure Wes don't take a blind bit of notice of digby not in the same league as Wes or given or Allan. As for digs a legend I could only remember him for kicking the ball out for throw ins every time he took a goal kick something that Belford had taken on board from him, We must remove Wilma,cox,Navarro, Troy before we release any players, that's the dead money. Muff I believe are or has just signed lee camp, but I know Leeds are showing an interest in Wes. Wouldn't sell Wes anything under 2.5 million.[/p][/quote]If that is all you can remember Digby for then you did not see him play many times,yes he did it a lot,not as much as Jimmy Allan though!! Big difference between now and then is that i can not remember getting on Digby;s or Allan's back because of it,unlike today where a lot of fans want perfection all the time like they get on their playstations. Wes is not worth £2.5m i seriously think we will struggle to get £500,000 for him.[/p][/quote]Went every home game and most away thought he was over rated also I was talking about Kenny Allan not jimmy. Keepers are rare commodity so let's not give him away for peanuts. Strange how spurs think pritch is worth £1 million yet Ritchie only 500k At the end of the day we will only get what someone's prepared to pay. Also if power wants championship then it's a no go sell when you have dead beats like Troy cox Wilma navs on our books. Please can you remind me of a great moment digby played? But I remember people booing him for his goal kicks the same as Belford got in the jpt win. Not a moan just my observation, in the ups and down in a life as a town fan[/p][/quote]Great moment or game? Moment has to be Wembley and getting promoted to the Premier League. As for games,too numerous to mention and i am being serious,nearly all that Preimer season for one,commanded his area,great on crosses and one of the best shot stoppers we have had. All about opinions of course,personally i would have Digby over Foderingham. Belford looks like a good keeper IMHO but will have a tough task overcoming the love fest that Wes has at the moment,example being at Brentford Boxing day,he made a complete hash of a shot in the first half and it just went wide with the score at 1-1 but bloke stood next to me it was a good save,that is being blindingly loyal.[/p][/quote]He commanded it that well he is along with the defenders for conceding 100+ goals which they still hold the record today. Just a thought[/p][/quote]Kilkline,Fenwick,Whi tehead were as bad as it got,without Digby it would have been 200! swwindon61uk

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