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I'd like to think that our management team have enough about them to think about signings for more than one position in the course of a day. In any case CB must be the easiest to find especially if we hold onto Wilson, who is a cut above at our level.

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I just meant he had said it and that was his plan. Asin plan. Like when you plan. Think I said I liked his plan didnt I?

I think hes a :censored: but I wont be calling into question the implementation of his plan, until he has exucuted his plan.

So far, I like his plan.

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I just meant he had said it and that was his plan. Asin plan. Like when you plan. Think I said I liked his plan didnt I?

I think hes a :censored: but I wont be calling into question the implementation of his plan, until he has exucuted his plan.

So far, I like his plan.

 

I like that you like, his plan for his plan, because i know he cannot kid, the kid, who kidded, billie the kid.

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In my opinion, we still have our two best centre backs on the books in Wilson and Dieng...

I personally wouldn't argue with that, but we need more cover plus a different ( more physical perhaps ) option.

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York brought in loanee keepers to replace Ingham last season.,,a couple of years ago he was an ok Lg 2 goalie but has deteriorated

If he does come then I hope he proves me wrong but...,

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Why would you pay him a wage when Tyson could of been kept on for less money ? If Coleman was injured or went off the boil would Ingham really be up to League one football ?

 

I would say no and we would end up using a loan player, there seems little point in bringing him in to me and you would have to question the managers motives.

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Why would you pay him a wage when Tyson could of been kept on for less money ? If Coleman was injured or went off the boil would Ingham really be up to League one football ?

 

I would say no and we would end up using a loan player, there seems little point in bringing him in to me and you would have to question the managers motives.

 

Seriously, are we doing this "jobs for the boys" bull:censored: again? Do you genuinely believe that DK's going to scupper his chance at a successful manager career by hiring a mate. Give it a rest.

 

Or perhaps for one wage, he can get a reserve keeper and a coach, someone who can guide Coleman, which Tyson couldn't. Having two teenage goalkeepers as number 1 and 2 isn't a good thing, much better to have someone who's been around the block, capped at international level.

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Seriously, are we doing this "jobs for the boys" bull:censored: again? Do you genuinely believe that DK's going to scupper his chance at a successful manager career by hiring a mate. Give it a rest.

 

Or perhaps for one wage, he can get a reserve keeper and a coach, someone who can guide Coleman, which Tyson couldn't. Having two teenage goalkeepers as number 1 and 2 isn't a good thing, much better to have someone who's been around the block, capped at international level.

Would you prefer to undermine or get rid of the goalkeeper coach youv'e just given a new contract to then ? If its back up for Coleman we dont need him, in any case if he couldnt catch at York last season what makes you think he is good enough to do a job for us ?

 

Jobs for the boys doesnt bother me if they are good enough but lets be honest this lad would be out of his depth.

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According to this post on e-zine he's signing next week.

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Michael Ingham, new goalkeeping coach also will be on the bench as cover for Joel Coleman. Signed from York will be announced next week.

 

If true, where would that leave our present goalkeeping coach.

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According to this post on e-zine he's signing next week.

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Michael Ingham, new goalkeeping coach also will be on the bench as cover for Joel Coleman. Signed from York will be announced next week.

 

If true, where would that leave our present goalkeeping coach.

Pissed off I suspect, not long after he was given a new contract and being credited with the emergance of Joel Coleman we now need two goalkeeping coaches for one keeper.

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Isn't our current goalkeeping coach also the fitness coach? I may be wrong. Signing Ingham would improve match day warm up as we would have a specialist goalkeeping coach and specialist fitness coach. Last season Murray/Holden/Lockwood did the fitness warm up.

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Pissed off I suspect, not long after he was given a new contract and being credited with the emergance of Joel Coleman we now need two goalkeeping coaches for one keeper.

possibley working at finding and naturing the next joel coleman ? leaving the experainced guy to work with coleman so he progresses further ?

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possibley working at finding and naturing the next joel coleman ? leaving the experainced guy to work with coleman so he progresses further ?

 

From what I've seen youth keeper Chris Renshaw looks a prospect.

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possibley working at finding and naturing the next joel coleman ? leaving the experainced guy to work with coleman so he progresses further ?

So the goalkeeping coach we have, who by all accounts has done a great job can take a sideways step to accomadate an unknown coach/keeper who has spent the vast majority of his career at League 2 or below, my main gripe is if needed the guys not good enough, he couldnt secure a place in a struggling York team so what make anyone think he is good enough for us or better than we released ? We keep hearing about tight budgets so why waste it on a coach we dont need or a third rightback ?

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Isn't our current goalkeeping coach also the fitness coach? I may be wrong. Signing Ingham would improve match day warm up as we would have a specialist goalkeeping coach and specialist fitness coach. Last season Murray/Holden/Lockwood did the fitness warm up.

We have Kelly/Holden/Harvey who are all hands on coaches, how many do we need to do the matchday warm up ?

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We have Kelly/Holden/Harvey who are all hands on coaches, how many do we need to do the matchday warm up ?

Harvey is here as a scout. He won't be doing any of the match day warm up. Managers very rarely do the pre match warm up, either. Fitness coach to do the fitness part of it, Holden to do the drills and then work with the back 4 and Ingham to work with Coleman. All seems fairly straightforward to me...

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Harvey is here as a scout. He won't be doing any of the match day warm up. Managers very rarely do the pre match warm up, either. Fitness coach to do the fitness part of it, Holden to do the drills and then work with the back 4 and Ingham to work with Coleman. All seems fairly straightforward to me...

It is unless we need him as a keeper.

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Kelly's the boss and he calls the shot's, he knows the budget and he will decide how best to utilise it.

 

There will probably be a very good reason for this move as we don't know every little detail of what's happening at the club.

 

Let's trust him to do what's best for our football club.

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Kelly's the boss and he calls the shot's, he knows the budget and he will decide how best to utilise it.

There will probably be a very good reason for this move as we don't know every little detail of what's happening at the club.

Let's trust him to do what's best for our football club.

This. And let's give him time too!
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It is unless we need him as a keeper.

I think the whole point is we don't need him as a keeper. Coleman is being given the chance of staking a claim for no. 1. Which is great for our youth set up as long as he's given a bit of slack from the fans.

 

If Ingham is brought in its for emergencies - a back up to come on as sub if needed. A club our size can't afford 2 1st choices fighting for the gk position. And also to provide an experienced voice.

 

This seems like a good way of covering an area of the squad while spending little and keeping budget for other areas.

 

Loans always available if it doesn't work with Coleman.

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The youth team keepers will also need a goalkeeper coach, as well as the academy lads - I'm sure there's enough coaching work to go round. With hundreds of games, including internationals, I'm sure Ingham would have a lot of knowledge & experience to pass on to compliment the coaching the likes of Coleman has already received to get him where he is.

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Think at some point over a 50+ game season if you include cup games a young player and certainly a goalkeeper will suffer a dip in form and I would imagine when that happens we will need a stop gap keeper who can come in for 5-10 league games and can fill in in the JPT.

 

I think Coleman was the major plus point at the end of the season and is a real prospect but I think we have to accept that given his age we will likely have to take him out of the firing line for his own long term development for a small portion of games.

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