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Re: Stephane Ngamvoulou

By rwakeley31/1/2019 20:09Thu Jan 31 20:09:35 2019In response to Re: Stephane Ngamvoulou

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My personal take, not consistent enough. Ultimate irony, the more the Gaffer has tried to improve our situation, the more the results have gone downhill. I have a problem with those physical type of players. I maintain they are exceedingly difficult to accomodate and often lack certain attributes one normally associates with a midfield role. We've lost a goalscorer and Guri at centre-half. Recruitment consists of trial and error. Our luck has been woeful. I do think it's always ironic that successful campaigns have been underpinned by a lack of injuries/red cards. Poorer seasons, the side-effects seem more exaggerated. I did think last Saturday there was some semblance of a coming together. With some coming back into contention hopefully we demonstrate some joined up thinking. Glowing recommendations for Sailsbury, looking forward to seeing what they have to offer. Frankly, still yet to be convinced by anything in this division. Should we be in this division next season, with a decent squad, a shot at anything less than that of the play-offs would be disappointing. I fully maintain we have the underlying capabilities of constructing a very strong side. The unrealised potential is palatable.

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