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Interview with Matheson 08:28 - Jan 14 with 2072 viewsJames1980

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Again comes across as a very grounded mature young man

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Interview with Matheson on 08:53 - Jan 14 with 1379 viewsDaleiLama

Which will do nothing to harm his value. How often have we seen lack of reliability and focus derail an otherwise promising career when the bright lights come on. That's not going to happen to Luke.

Come on you Dayul
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Interview with Matheson on 09:27 - Jan 14 with 1279 viewstodmordendale

So level headed for one so young and seemingly miles away from the gelled up, Instagram addicted, Bentley driving, tattooed, ridiculous goal celebrating , out til 4 in the morning, over paid, over hyped Premiership role models. But who knows ?
The stage is being set for tonight.
Newcastle currently in disarray.
Come on the Dale.
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Interview with Matheson on 09:46 - Jan 14 with 1214 viewsD_Alien

That photo of him as a speccy eight year old is brilliant, and someone at the club must be doing something very right to recognise his potential at that age; huge credit is due and he mentions his coach Lee Riley

Luke's attitude is outstanding, and reinforces my impression in that interview that he'll complete his A-levels by staying local, either with Dale or hopefully loaned back

Poor by the BBC though, to comment that Luke took a psychology test (after the Man U game) rather than a Psychology exam - the two are very different things!



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Interview with Matheson on 09:55 - Jan 14 with 1193 viewsjonahwhereru

Interesting that he came to Rochdale before the likes of Jaime Allen and Callum Camps had established themselves the first team. When you look at the players the acadamy has given a chance to who are or have made a living playing it is really impressive. Not just the sales but people like Tanser. Now we have established this reputation it augurs well for even better lads to be coming through the acadamy in another 3 years or so. Other ex professionals, like Kevin Phillips has done, are more likely to place their sons in the safe hands of Tony Ellis and Rochdale.
I seriously think we are taking over the mantle that Crewe used to have for being the best producer of quality young talent.
The future is bright.
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Interview with Matheson on 10:09 - Jan 14 with 1139 viewsrochedale

Score the winner tonight and they’ll all be after him. That’ll be £10m please.
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Interview with Matheson on 10:18 - Jan 14 with 1103 viewstodmordendale

Cool Head Luke
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Interview with Matheson on 10:24 - Jan 14 with 1076 viewsJames1980

Interview with Matheson on 10:18 - Jan 14 by todmordendale

Cool Head Luke


He, certainly doesn't have a failure to communicate.

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Interview with Matheson on 11:02 - Jan 14 with 1000 viewsjonesy

I am part way through reading “The Secret Agent”, “inside the world of the football agent”. An autobiography by a football agent. I think all young footballers and their parents should read it. It could help them avoid long term mistakes and open their eyes to what is going on. Mind you it may scare the parents as it is a bit cynical.
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Interview with Matheson on 11:42 - Jan 14 with 930 viewsdingdangblue

Interview with Matheson on 09:46 - Jan 14 by D_Alien

That photo of him as a speccy eight year old is brilliant, and someone at the club must be doing something very right to recognise his potential at that age; huge credit is due and he mentions his coach Lee Riley

Luke's attitude is outstanding, and reinforces my impression in that interview that he'll complete his A-levels by staying local, either with Dale or hopefully loaned back

Poor by the BBC though, to comment that Luke took a psychology test (after the Man U game) rather than a Psychology exam - the two are very different things!



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It was just a test, Luke was on Granada the next day talking about it and said it wouldn't affect any of his grades.

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Interview with Matheson on 11:45 - Jan 14 with 917 viewsDalenet

Interesting article in the Chronicle from Bruce suggesting that their young players should watch how our young players conduct themselves. I took that to be complementary and respectful of the fact that young players need to stay grounded.
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Interview with Matheson on 11:52 - Jan 14 with 885 viewsDalenet

Interesting article in the Chronicle from Bruce suggesting that their young players should watch how our young players conduct themselves. I took that to be complimentary and respectful of the fact that young players need to stay grounded.
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Interview with Matheson on 11:58 - Jan 14 with 861 viewsDaleiLama

Interview with Matheson on 10:18 - Jan 14 by todmordendale

Cool Head Luke


Cool Band Luke surely?

Come on you Dayul
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Interview with Matheson on 12:34 - Jan 14 with 779 viewsD_Alien

Interview with Matheson on 11:42 - Jan 14 by dingdangblue

It was just a test, Luke was on Granada the next day talking about it and said it wouldn't affect any of his grades.


Tch

A psychology test is where someone is assessed for psychological well-being, or character traits

Luke sat a Psychology (note the capital) exam as part of his Psychology A -level course

You're welcome

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Interview with Matheson on 12:41 - Jan 14 with 757 viewsdingdangblue

Interview with Matheson on 12:34 - Jan 14 by D_Alien

Tch

A psychology test is where someone is assessed for psychological well-being, or character traits

Luke sat a Psychology (note the capital) exam as part of his Psychology A -level course

You're welcome

[Post edited 14 Jan 12:35]


Luke said it was a test - you'll have to put him straight next time you see him.

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Interview with Matheson on 12:50 - Jan 14 with 707 viewsD_Alien

Interview with Matheson on 12:41 - Jan 14 by dingdangblue

Luke said it was a test - you'll have to put him straight next time you see him.


No need to ddb, since he was quoted, and it was published by the BBC as a test that implied he was having his own psychological state tested

There's a right way of transcribing these things and a wrong way

Doesn't make much odds, it's just laziness by the BBC and besides, i was just putting you straight
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Interview with Matheson on 12:55 - Jan 14 with 684 viewsdingdangblue

Interview with Matheson on 12:50 - Jan 14 by D_Alien

No need to ddb, since he was quoted, and it was published by the BBC as a test that implied he was having his own psychological state tested

There's a right way of transcribing these things and a wrong way

Doesn't make much odds, it's just laziness by the BBC and besides, i was just putting you straight


No need, I'm as straight as they come.

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Interview with Matheson on 12:57 - Jan 14 with 654 viewsD_Alien

Interview with Matheson on 12:55 - Jan 14 by dingdangblue

No need, I'm as straight as they come.


That's fine ddb, you be a straight as you like. Maybe you could even take a psychology test to prove it?
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Interview with Matheson on 13:00 - Jan 14 with 651 viewsrochedale

Interview with Matheson on 12:50 - Jan 14 by D_Alien

No need to ddb, since he was quoted, and it was published by the BBC as a test that implied he was having his own psychological state tested

There's a right way of transcribing these things and a wrong way

Doesn't make much odds, it's just laziness by the BBC and besides, i was just putting you straight


Luke said it was a test.
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Interview with Matheson on 13:02 - Jan 14 with 631 viewsD_Alien

Interview with Matheson on 13:00 - Jan 14 by rochedale

Luke said it was a test.


Yes i know ffs

It was a Psychology test/exam, not a psychology test

Is that clear enough? There's a vital difference
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Interview with Matheson on 13:05 - Jan 14 with 620 viewsrochedale

Interview with Matheson on 13:02 - Jan 14 by D_Alien

Yes i know ffs

It was a Psychology test/exam, not a psychology test

Is that clear enough? There's a vital difference


But you said a test and exam are 2 very different things. Make your mind up.
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Interview with Matheson on 13:07 - Jan 14 with 597 viewsD_Alien

Interview with Matheson on 13:05 - Jan 14 by rochedale

But you said a test and exam are 2 very different things. Make your mind up.


I said "note the capital", which indicates its an academic subject rather than a personality test

I'm unsurprised some people don't get that

End of the day, it hardly matters, i was just pointing out the error by the BBC
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Interview with Matheson on 13:08 - Jan 14 with 602 viewsrochedale

Interview with Matheson on 13:07 - Jan 14 by D_Alien

I said "note the capital", which indicates its an academic subject rather than a personality test

I'm unsurprised some people don't get that

End of the day, it hardly matters, i was just pointing out the error by the BBC
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So, if I had a science test, it should be Science test?
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Interview with Matheson on 13:10 - Jan 14 with 582 viewsD_Alien

Interview with Matheson on 13:08 - Jan 14 by rochedale

So, if I had a science test, it should be Science test?


No because science isn't an academic subject

Biology, Physics and Chemistry are
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Interview with Matheson on 13:12 - Jan 14 with 585 viewsCedar_Room

Interview with Matheson on 13:02 - Jan 14 by D_Alien

Yes i know ffs

It was a Psychology test/exam, not a psychology test

Is that clear enough? There's a vital difference


I think what you're describing would be more accurately called a psychological test - the meaning in the context of the article to a test for the subject of Psychology was perfectly clear to anyone reading.
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Interview with Matheson on 13:15 - Jan 14 with 561 viewsrochedale

Interview with Matheson on 13:10 - Jan 14 by D_Alien

No because science isn't an academic subject

Biology, Physics and Chemistry are


Ah.
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