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Supervillan78

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  1. If there is any chance of getting Jones then we should definitely go all out, he’s quality IMO.
  2. Midfield is literally letting the side down. This has to be addressed NOW in this window, no excuses or we’ll never get into Europe.
  3. Fantastic signing. He’s a class player IMO, and although he may have come in as just backup, I’d expect him to be pushing Konsa for a first team spot. Wish he was signing permanently.
  4. Well signing SMS would certainly be a message of intent...
  5. I actually feel quite sorry for Tammy, he was having a fairly good season then Tuchel came in and completely froze him out. I wouldn’t be apposed to him coming back, although I think it’s somewhat unlikely. However, we do need better striking options because I’m honestly not inspired by Wes or Davis.
  6. Not 100% convinced about the Alvarez link anyway, would love both JWP and ESR but suspect it’s one or the other? Out of those two ESR has the greater potential given his age, however JWP would suit or system better. Also I feel a deal for ESR would be less likely given that he’s at Arsenal and they clearly want to keep him, although it’s pretty much fare game until he signs that new contract, so you never know.
  7. I’m not going to get too excited by this until there’s something a little more concrete, because I suspect it’s just more Twitter BS.
  8. Irrespective of Southampton’s claims, JWP is for sale...at the right price! Traditionally they are a selling club, always have been and probably always will be and that’s despite having wealthy owners, it’s their MO. They had a difficult season last term and I suspect they are desperate to refresh the squad, so selling JWP would certainly give them significant funds to re-invest. I’m actually quite confident we can make this happen...if we want to.
  9. Never really good enough to play regular Premier League football, I think it was best for everyone that he moved on. Good luck Bjorn.
  10. Despite all my reservations, now that he’s officially signed I’ll be 100% behind him on the pitch wearing that famous claret and blue. Welcome back Ash’ . UTV SOTC
  11. After the euphoria of the Buendia signing this is just so underwhelming. Really not convinced.
  12. Fundamentally I don’t think he’s good enough to play Premier League football anymore. Sorry.
  13. Arsenal would be absolutely mad to let him go! Although I feel it’s just a negotiation tactic to get him a more lucrative contract, I would love for this to happen.
  14. As much as I would love to see him come back and be brilliant, the reality is he isn’t the player he was 10 years ago. Yes it would be great to have a bit more experience in the dressing room, but that doesn’t necessarily mean we should be signing older players. He struggled with the pace of the Premier League in his last few seasons at Utd, and although he managed 30+ games in Serie A last season, it is arguably a far less competitive and physically demanding league. Imagine if Young did sign and then Targett picks up a serious injury, we’d be forced into changing the entire system just to accommodate him because (unfortunately) he isn’t mobile enough to play an attacking wing-back role anymore. He was a fantastic player for us, no doubt, but his time has past and IMO we should just let sleeping dogs lye.
  15. Injuries have disrupted his career, when he signed for Utd back in 2008 he obviously had potential. However, in the last 3 seasons combined he’s scored a total of 9 goals. Although he’s still only 29, I much rather give Barry a chance.
  16. The guy was average 5 years ago. His time has passed, and I honestly can’t believe we’re even interested. Promote Barry to the first team to cover Watkins.
  17. I understand what you’re saying, however given the fact that he has only made 22 senior appearances in his entire career, in a less competitive league gives me cause for concern considering the sums of money reportedly involved. And although I’m not entirely sure, I believe both Fofana and Tielemans had been consistently good for a couple of seasons prior to their respective moves to England.
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