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  1. Am I missing something with regard to his scout report? I think a common thread on VT is that people would like a designated defensive midfielder but, based on the below, Weston is not that man.
  2. I think it's a decent top but it's basically further solidified the fact that I just can't get behind a shirt that has CAZOO written on it. I know it's probably super petty, but it just looks like a bit of a joke.
  3. If JWP does leave Southampton I will honestly feel a little sorry for them. Losing Vestergaard, Ings and JWP would be identical to the summer we lost Vlaar, Benteke and Delph and we all know how that panned out. Freakishly similar.
  4. By that same logic @alex7783, does that make Leeds among the favourites to win the league?
  5. Correct me if I'm wrong but my biggest problem with this midfield three (or any other combo of Mcginn, Nakamba, Sanson, Luiz, Hourihane or a new DM) is that this effectively means that one of Watkins, Ings, Bailey or Buendia will have to be dropped to the bench. Maybe my brain can't process all the talent we have on our books at the moment but as soon as we don't have a classic "Number 10", we would have to lose one of those four players. Unless we see Buendia as an 8 and I think that's unlikely (IMO).
  6. I feel that our fanbase needs to see this video and other pieces on Sanson to realise how important he could actually be for us when he's at full fitness. The stats on pressures and successful pressures alone mean that he could be super important to our midfield. In games where we're expected to be on the front foot and don't necessarily need constant protection in front of our back four, I feel the below could be one way we could set up to maximise our attacking threat. While I admit there are concerns around defensive responsibility in the above, it does feel a little bit Harlem Globetrotters with all that attacking potential
  7. While I think he'd be a top class signing, I just can't see Southampton selling him. I think it'd be suicide for them this season. Hasenhuttl has already intimated that the money for Ings will likely be spent on two players so it's clear they're not in a position to spend big on replacements. Gems aside, we know how tricky it is to operate in that "£10m/£12m per player" bracket.
  8. We've just gotten rid of one player who sulks and throws his arms in the air when things don't go his way, let's not replace him with this guy.
  9. Can't see him playing left back.
  10. How have you gone from "worst signing in the club's history" to this in 24 hours? Damn, I guess David O'Leary was right
  11. Yep, I highly doubt Man City are looking to spend circa £150m on Harry Kane to try and turn a profit on him. This is just how transfers work at times.
  12. There’s a really nice side note here in that Ings’ age shouldn’t necessarily hold him back after he hits 30 as he’s not the type of player that relies solely on pace. While he does have that quick burst of acceleration when required, his game is more about quality off the ball movement, excellent technical ability and (IMO) world class finishing. I still have no concrete idea how we’re going to fit all of these players in to one team by who care? What a headache to have!
  13. Totally. While I've been trying to see the positive side, the only thing I've posted on social media is this:
  14. Can you imagine if we'd all been duped by the Daily Mail all day and he signs a new contract? Biblical sh*thousery from all parties.
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