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aryan tajbaksh

By essex don10/9/2015 18:22Thu Sep 10 18:22:18 2015

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waiting for the forum to go in to meltdown having signed him.Our disciplinarian fans will love him ,looks from his previous record that he will make mr Shulton a positive angel.Lets hope we check everything before he plays for us.In my opinion not likely to be our cleverest signing.

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By Hendonboy12/9/2015 16:39Sat Sep 12 16:39:55 2015In response to aryan tajbakshTop of thread

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Well... I was going to give him the benefit of the doubt - clean slate and all that - but if he's genuinely lashed out 8 minutes into his debut as AFC Sudbury have suggested (particularly when we're chasing the game) then quite honestly I wouldn't be particularly fussed if today was the last time he pulls on a Hendon shirt.

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By rwakeley12/9/2015 17:24Sat Sep 12 17:24:04 2015In response to Re: aryan tajbakshTop of thread

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With regards to Hendonboy, I totally sympathize with your view - heck I'm half inclined to agree. But Hendon have set a stall out by sticking with the Maclaren's. O.K. so we have set a precedence and how can a club differentiate between isolated, however frequent events. As for what decisions are inadvertantly made by the management, that's up to them. Like you I was prepared to give the lad a go based on the fact we are coming up short in that area. Hindsight is a great commodity.
I'm frankly as interested to hear about the other new lad. as if he was injured or deemed off the pace to be taken off at half-time? Either way that's another consideration.
As for the result, I'm not surprised in the slightest. We are not firing. We look like a bunch of inidividuals (very good ones in most cases), rather than a cohesive unit. Our discipline or lack of it has been a major factor. Sudbury was the worst draw possible. Right now, I don't know which component of the team concerns me the most, the defence or the midfield. We are a works in progress at the moment - we need stability.
The defence has today again had an over-haul. Where the blazes is the lad Fisher?

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By Mike Cox12/9/2015 17:33Sat Sep 12 17:33:18 2015In response to Re: aryan tajbakshTop of thread

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Gary obviously knew this guy's record but decided to take the considerable risk. It was doomed to failure - let's hope Mr T is not given a second chance to add to his 8 minute Hendon career.

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Re: aryan tajbaksh

By woodsy10/9/2015 19:19Thu Sep 10 19:19:43 2015In response to aryan tajbakshTop of thread

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Are you sure you've spelled his name right? It's Tajbakhsh on the Home page!

And we know where that leads...

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Re: aryan tajbaksh

By rwakeley10/9/2015 19:57Thu Sep 10 19:57:08 2015In response to Re: aryan tajbakshTop of thread

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Top marks for the Management. We have clearly lost some bite and creative dynamic in the middle of the park and our centre-halfs with the loss of Elliott does look on the diminutive side. Given the amount of corners Canvey had I thought the lads coped well, but we have hardly had a settled back line to date.
It's such a shame the balance of the side will be disrupted with Murph being suspended. When he returns, with Andre flowing on the other side, we will surely look more like the genuine article.
Who can guarantee how things will pan out, but I maintain this is in principle some very shrewd management.
The Gaffer has highlighted potential weakness and this could really galvanize us.
It could prove to a transformational bit of business. Looking forward to seeing it in practice.

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By essex don10/9/2015 20:43Thu Sep 10 20:43:42 2015In response to Re: aryan tajbakshTop of thread

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whats an h amongst friends.no wonder Enfield had problems,Maybe he should change his name to something simpler.

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By Deadman12/9/2015 19:01Sat Sep 12 19:01:28 2015In response to Re: aryan tajbakshTop of thread

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Let's not kid ourselves here. This looked a pretty dicey bit of thinking before this fella played. Now it just looks plain mental. What next? Try to win games with nine men? Thats the way its heading.

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By Paul Butler (buts1690)11/9/2015 13:58Fri Sep 11 13:58:28 2015In response to Re: aryan tajbakshTop of thread

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I trust in Graham to do the paperwork properly unlike Enfield!

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