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  1. Hornso

    Alan Hutton

    I'd be shocked if the squad changed from the Albion legs.
  2. Green and Steer have already signed extensions for 2020.
  3. Hornso

    Loan watch 2018/19

    Season summary McCormack (Motherwell) Central Coast - Apps - 5(0) | Minutes - 422 | Goals - 1 | Assists - N/A | Yellows - 0 | Reds - 0 | Ave. Rating - N/A Motherwell - Apps - 0(3) | Minutes - 43 | Goals - 0 | Assists - N/A | Yellows - 0 | Reds - 0 | Ave. Rating - N/A Tshibola (Kilmarnock) Apps - 21(7) | Minutes - 1,907 | Goals - 1 | Assists - N/A | Yellows - 9 | Reds - 0 | Ave. Rating - N/A
  4. Hornso

    Loan watch 2018/19

    A couple of things to watch out for this week. Firstly Harry McKirdy's Newport play in the League 2 Playoff Final against Tranmere on Saturday. Based on recent weeks he's a chance to feature off the bench. Secondly, Guilbert last game played AMR for Caen. They are currently 3rd bottom (relegation play-off place) on 33 points with one game to play. Dijon is behind them on 31 points and 6 goal worse goal difference. Whilst Amiens is on 35 points with a +2 GD and Monaco is on 36 points with a +7 GD. Caen face 14th placed Bordeux at home, Dijon are home to 15th placed Toulouse, Monaco are away to 8th place Nice and Amiens are home to last placed and already relegated Guingamp. Hopefully things go Caen's way so they stay up and Guilbert does not have to feature in a relegation play-off.
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    Loan watch 2018/19

    Summary from the weekend Guilbert (Caen) Away to Lyon (4-0) - Played 90 minutes. 6.04 whoscored.com rating. McCormack (Motherwell) Home to Livingston (3-2) - Not in the squad. Tshibola (Kilmarnock) Home to Rangers (2-1) - Unused substitute.
  6. Hornso

    NBA

    The Warriors are more enjoyable to watch without Durant. Green has been immense.
  7. Hornso

    James Chester

    Yeah, not forgotten in terms of selection.
  8. I thought he was really quiet at Villa Park, but in the second leg he was much, much better, albeit not at his best.
  9. Hornso

    James Chester

    I feel a bit sorry for Chester. Over our 3 seasons in the Championship to this point he's been the one constant in the team playing 90 minutes virtually week in, week out. He noticeably plays through an injury until we get some cover in for him in January and then he misses the glorious 10 game winning streak and another trip to Wembley. He's a bit of the forgotten man right now.
  10. Shocked to see Arp moving for only 3m! Bayern strike again.
  11. That was agonizing. So relieved to get through. How about Jed Steer?! 6 months ago he was at League 1 Charlton, and now he's playing at Wembley with a shot of making the Premier League!
  12. I think he'd have rather stayed, but we didn't have any money at the time...
  13. Hornso

    Loan watch 2018/19

    Summary from the weekend Guilbert (Caen) Home to Reims (3-2) - Played 90 minutes. Scored. 7.67 whoscored.com rating. McCormack (Motherwell) Away at St. Johnstone (2-0) - Not in the squad. McKirdy (Newport County) Away at Mansfield [League 2 Playoff Semi-Final] (0-0p) - Came on after 111 minutes. Did not take a penalty. Tshibola (Kilmarnock) Home to Hibernian (1-0) - Not in the squad.
  14. Now has 26 league goals for the season. Last time somebody managed more league goals (27) was Tony Hateley in 1965/66.
  15. Anyone find a decent picture of the banner than came down from the top of the Holte?
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