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When Nico does move on.....

By embee16/1/2018 21:46Tue Jan 16 21:46:35 2018

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And good luck to him, it seems like we have a ready made replacement (at least for the next month).
Welcome to Hendon, Joe!

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Re: When Nico does move on.....

By John Rogers16/1/2018 23:07Tue Jan 16 23:07:48 2018In response to When Nico does move on..... Top of thread

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Five pretty much indentikit goals from Joe tonight. But, each one showed a real striker's knack of being in the right place at the right time etc.

Much more to him than tap-ins though. Looks a real player. If he just bulks up a little in the next few years, he has a real chance in the pro-game. Attitude of both him and Liam Gordon looks spot on.

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Yet another to keep tabs on

By rwakeley17/1/2018 10:07Wed Jan 17 10:07:04 2018In response to Re: When Nico does move on..... Top of thread

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The lad reminds me of some-one in the same mould as Jack Mazzone. One lad however, I was pleased to see in the line-up last night was the lad Tingey. I thought he may have damaged his wrist during the second half Saturday.
I've recently checked the squad page and was surprised by his details. Having now entered his third season, he is already approaching 100 apps and at least in my mind has been sailing pretty much under the radar. One could argue his versatility and development has understandably yet to see him get fully established. He's quietly going about things and may get a more defined role in the future.
I thought Saturday was the best performance I've seen from the lad. Should we continue to make progress over the next couple of years, this is another lad of whom could become another stalwart.
Biggest surprise, I didn't realise the lad was only 20.
Another one with a bright future - I think the lad deserves a mention.

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Re: Yet another to keep tabs on

By David B17/1/2018 12:24Wed Jan 17 12:24:05 2018In response to Yet another to keep tabs onTop of thread

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Luke broke his wrist in the first half of the second game of the season, but played on until half-time. He missed almost four months before returning to action. In every game since his return he has played with his wrist strapped.

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