I just feel that Darrell has put together a squad that will struggle to play any formation. We got a goalkeeper who kicks long ALL of the time without a leader of the attack who can hold the ball up effectively. We got only Leadbitter who is an effective wing back with pace and he looks well short on fitness. With no real wingers we lack width and the ability to push up quick. Ollie Clark looks like he is struggling to get over his injury and Sinclair does not look good enough to do the defensive midfielder role. We have neither pace or power. We again have a captain whose only gesture of leadership is the shrug of the shoulder or the shake of the head and he is back to his mistake ridden form of early last season. We have a Manager who seems pretty content with what he has created but in the games so far in this League has been out thought. Finally we have quite a strong lead because there are too many teams who have done much better transfer business than us- Bury, Charlton, Northampton, Oxford are four without really thinking much. The consolation is that our Manager is an expert at getting us to play ABOVE our ability so that is again my hope.
We had all just as well get the razor blades and the rope out now then!
Have some balls dc and be truthful to your word as you always say you have to earn your right to play and you make mistakes your on the bench... If Harrison starts we're playing with ten and you lose the enthusiasm of the fans from the start... Let's get 3 points on the board
I like the look of that one, said yesterday Bola could be useful on LW
Yep that looks like a decent set up, one problem though? Locks isn't in there and we all know he will be! Not that's a problem for me I just can't see DC dropping him but Broadbean certainly deserves another go, tricky one isn't it?
Kidderminster Harriers have sold their current stadium for housing and new build starts shortly near Kidderminster Golf Course.easy ain't it?? Full story just on local Midland's TV.Too small for us but pleased for them.
Apparently it's going to be a 12,000 capacity stadium and under the proposals it would include a training complex which would house their youth, academy and senior teams. In addition, the site would also feature educational facilities for all age groups.
They join the likes of Wimbledon, Scunthorpe, Bury and Southend who all have plans to move to a new purpose built stadium.
Life's tough, we are always the bridesmaid and never the bride. Are we ugly??
Fair enough but then think about how much it costs us to have Smith, Slocombe, Sercombe, Telford, Sweeney on our books. All for a 300k return on Taylor? Then think about what we must have offered DC to sign a 5 year deal. Where's all this coming from? It sure as hell isn't from fortnightly gate receipts.
Plus there's even less money in the coffers now as you take your own tinies into home games. : cough cough: