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1 minute ago, fleetwood Blue said:

once he is back and firing again it might just bring a play off push

Wouldn't bank on either of those things happening.

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3 hours ago, deyres42 said:

Wouldn't bank on either of those things happening.

 

2 hours ago, latics22 said:

Play sat, be out for a month

There's some right cheerful buggers round here.

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1 hour ago, Bristolatic said:

 

There's some right cheerful buggers round here.

At least we know if you have a number after your selected name on here, we can put our morose hat on. 

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3 hours ago, disjointed said:

At least we know if you have a number after your selected name on here, we can put our morose hat on. 

 

After 58 years morose is understandable.

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15 minutes ago, yarddog73 said:

Apparently ahead of tomorrows game Surridge has found a new kit sponsor.

 

Tampax - In for a week out for a month.

 

Its Xapmat. The flow only stops when hes not in.

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22 hours ago, fleetwood Blue said:

once he is back and firing again it might just bring a play off push

This has taken me back nearly 12 months but then it was Eoin Doyle.

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On 11/16/2018 at 11:57 PM, yarddog73 said:

Apparently ahead of tomorrows game Surridge has found a new kit sponsor.

 

Tampax - In for a week out for a month.

Pampers - Without him, its just shit everywhere

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3 minutes ago, Lee Sinnott said:

Signed a new deal at Bournemouth...

 

...should be good news for us then - assuming we keep up with loan fee payments & he doesn't cry off again, cos he's broken another nail......

Edited by lookersstandandy

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Looks like his self exile following the Bradford game where he ran riot has done him the world of good, no goals in six games and seven hours of football since his return, gone a bit Doyle on us after scoring nine in nine previous appearances. 

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11 hours ago, yarddog73 said:

Looks like his self exile following the Bradford game where he ran riot has done him the world of good, no goals in six games and seven hours of football since his return, gone a bit Doyle on us after scoring nine in nine previous appearances. 

 

FB needs to tell him to pull his finger out, new contract or not with a Premiership club, performances like last night don't warrant a first team place, too easily dispossessed  by the Rochdale, defenders. Not that he was on his own with Lang and O'Grady also weak.

A few more with Missilou's attitude wouldn't go amiss.

 

 

Edited by BP1960

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1 minute ago, deyres42 said:

He's a kid.

 

That's the best excuse I've heard for not putting a shift in.

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10 minutes ago, BP1960 said:

 

That's the best excuse I've heard for not putting a shift in.

I don't know what putting a shift in means to be honest, how is it measured?

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2 minutes ago, deyres42 said:

I don't know what putting a shift in means to be honest, how is it measured?

 

Unsettling the opposition, letting them know you are there. He did it at Bradford but not since.

 

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14 minutes ago, BP1960 said:

 

Unsettling the opposition, letting them know you are there. He did it at Bradford but not since.

 

Must be carrying an injury.

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54 minutes ago, deyres42 said:

Must be carrying an injury.

As with a lot of footballers coming back after injury, as well as the physical aspect there is a mental hurdle to overcome. We saw this with Eoin Doyle and we are seeing this now with Surridge. 

He doesn’t look as sharp as pre-injury and it is a slight concern.

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16 minutes ago, TheBigDog said:

As with a lot of footballers coming back after injury, as well as the physical aspect there is a mental hurdle to overcome. We saw this with Eoin Doyle and we are seeing this now with Surridge. 

He doesn’t look as sharp as pre-injury and it is a slight concern.

Perhaps it just a case of him being unable to sustain his pre break form, which is perfectly understandable.

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1 minute ago, deyres42 said:

Perhaps it just a case of him being unable to sustain his pre break form, which is perfectly understandable.

Possibly and yes totally understandable. By the same token, it may just take a goal to get him back on the right path. The worry is that Doyle is still struggling to regain his form. Hopefully Surridge does not go the same way 👀

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