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Postby bucks bee » 25 Mar 2011, 15:36

Jack Lester and Craig Davies must be really looking forward to tomorrow evening ... !!!
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Postby JayB » 25 Mar 2011, 23:48

I like Jarvis allot also, but he needs to demand the ball more. He's by far the best passer on our team and is a physical presence but the game by passes him every single time...he never has a great game, just contributes every now and then.

I agree about Hughes' passing but i'm hoping Allen tells him "just sit there, keep working hard like you do and just give the ball short and easy to someone better". Whether you care to admit it or not Hughes is very good at protection and every team has and needs one.
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Postby LeftSideRun » 26 Mar 2011, 10:36

Hughes gives his all in every game but is clearly a limited player. Jarvis is anonymous - not acceptable in any position but unforgivable for a centre mid. He is tall but lacks presence. A couple of decent passes per half is not enough.
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Postby Bee_Forever » 26 Mar 2011, 11:53

The other option would be to keep Clovis at Centre back, and play Stirling in central midfield, but I think that this would be risky in terms of Clovis reliability and Jude's fitness.
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Postby GRH » 26 Mar 2011, 12:00

Bee_Forever wrote:The other option would be to keep Clovis at Centre back, and play Stirling in central midfield, but I think that this would be risky in terms of Clovis reliability and Jude's fitness.


Not to mention Stirling's ability. I hope I'm proved wrong, but I really can't understand why there is so much optimism surrounding his signing.
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Postby JayB » 26 Mar 2011, 13:37

GRH wrote:
Bee_Forever wrote:The other option would be to keep Clovis at Centre back, and play Stirling in central midfield, but I think that this would be risky in terms of Clovis reliability and Jude's fitness.


Not to mention Stirling's ability. I hope I'm proved wrong, but I really can't understand why there is so much optimism surrounding his signing.



I know we take the p*ss out of Stevenage (and their 30min and 60min "injured" players way) but i'd be very glad in this division to have a bunch of fat giants in Barnet's team, our physical presence is pathetic and hopefully someone like Stirling can help us out with this.
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Re: Chesterfield Preview

Postby GRH » 26 Mar 2011, 13:54

Surely ability should be the first requirement? :unkw:

If you're tall and rubbish, or you're short and rubbish, the bottom line is... you're rubbish.

I'd rather have a team full of decent players.
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Postby natwilk » 26 Mar 2011, 14:05

looks like sterling may be injured ( see website) so that limits the options abit ( and another loanee injured - how do we do it?)
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Postby becbee » 26 Mar 2011, 14:45

Sterling was out for 10 months with a groin injury so we signed him knowing he'd been injured.
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