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Ten mins til the team is out... feeling nervous now.

Why does the international break always seem to come just when we need to keep momentum? Seems to have been that way for years.

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Just now, alreadyexists said:

Ten mins til the team is out... feeling nervous now.

Why does the international break always seem to come just when we need to keep momentum? Seems to have been that way for years.

If it's any consolation I'm sure Brighton feel the same way after their 3-0 drubbing of Spurs before the break.

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2 minutes ago, tonitottakai said:

@AVTuco spotted heading to Villa Park:

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Koff ❤️

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1 minute ago, Demitri_C said:

No Elmo. Not sure who plays rb if guilbert gets injured?

Luiz started his career as a RB

Not sure he's played there for a while thou

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Strong team - we really should be looking to smash Brighton. 

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2 minutes ago, Brumstopdogs said:

 

 

Stephens?  Thought he was tied up in Julie B’s basement? 

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7 minutes ago, alreadyexists said:

 

Good squad, just need hause in for Taylor on the bench and that prob our best 18?

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Are Brighton a defensive or attacking team?, or something else?, what's their style of play? (Counter?)

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Really hope we can get Nyland and Kalinic off the wage bill and hopefully get some money in in January.

2 international keepers sitting in the stands costing money and getting frustrated is not ideal for them or us.

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2 minutes ago, MaVilla said:

Are Brighton a defensive or attacking team?, or something else?, what's their style of play? (Counter?)

Pragmatic?

Potter is pretty good at switching things up depending on who and what his team faces.

Or at least he was when at Östersund.

But he certainly likes to have a system around which all players are comfortable and knows their roles in.

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