Seems to suggest it's 'our' players that have had call ups without naming them until squads are announced. Not sure this is good or bad for us. Gives the squad a week and a half rest but means a relentless last 4 weeks or so.
Surprisingly I can't find a specific thread for the left back topic, apologies if I've missed it.
Anyway I came across this and wondered how desperate we are and whether it would be a good move for us or not. I'd prefer someone new but in the current climate maybe revisiting and old flame who's value has decreased since leaving us down to poor form and injury.
Not seen the match mentioned anywhere. Apologies if I've missed it. But annoying watching what could have been for us. Stockport been solid in the first half and kept West Ham to long range efforts. The most enjoyable part of the match however is the commentary and the thought of Stockport fans watching their cup final and hearing Rochdale mentioned every 2 minutes
4 games off this weekend in League One due to Covid-19 infiltrating football club 'bubbles'.
This doesn't bode well for the season I think we're lucky there's not been too many called off due to weather so far but there could be some pile up of fixtures if this is what we are to expect every week. I know there's been talking of a football circuit breaker. I'm not sure how that would work.
First game back for fans as well, the clubs themselves must be frustrated after finally getting paying customers back. I think now is a perfect time to really stamp down on racism. Both teams to play the next game behind closed doors for me. This puts and emphasis on the supporters to behave and the club to do more to stamp it out.
Should imagine all three substitutes will start as they need game time and count as playing in the previous match. Beesley probably needs minutes as well and might play. I'm expecting something like the following and looking forward to it. Chance for some of the players to show they're ready for more minutes in the first team. Real chance for them with us being short on numbers.
Just gone on the official site to buy a match pass out of interest of the cost. It's set as £10 at the moment surely this should be reduced! It's an EFL Trophy match which is typically a cheaper match ticket price and the likelihood is it'll be more of a youthful looking set of teams. At the very least season and team card holders should get a discount.
As for the match I'm expecting there to be as many changes as possible from BBM. Hopefully we do well in the competition this year the further we get the more experience for the younger lads.
I'm a bit bored. I'm thinking about the last 15 years or so and players that have played for us and gone on to play at a higher level. What team can we come up with?
Here's my go, I had Jones in but actually was Bradford much higher than ourselves? So went for Allen as he's on his way back to the championship. I can imagine RND getting into it aswell at some point and maybe Camps.
Much needed light relief post on the official site. Should be a busy few weeks now and hopefully we can start to look forward to next season regardless of what format it will take and whether we can attend or not.
Should imagine the release list might come out soon and maybe who if anyone from the youth team has earned a contract offer.