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Defensive frailties 00:14 - Feb 15 with 1014 viewsSS2013

Seriously missing Mike, just goes to show how important he is to us.

Poll: Will Ayew be a Swansea player come Feb ?

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Defensive frailties on 02:47 - Feb 15 with 967 viewsdameedna

I like the way Wilmot has played so far, he would be a good signing for next season.
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Defensive frailties on 07:51 - Feb 15 with 887 viewsRiscaJack

Defensive frailties on 02:47 - Feb 15 by dameedna

I like the way Wilmot has played so far, he would be a good signing for next season.


He had an absolute nightmare yesterday. Although the way he’s been managed has been nothing short of a disgrace, can understand him being short on confidence.

JENKINS OUT

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Defensive frailties on 07:55 - Feb 15 with 873 viewsRiscaJack

There is a good chance neither will be here next year, neither will Wilmot, we’ll be asking a seriously p*ssed off, poorly managed Cabango to pick up the pieces.

JENKINS OUT

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Defensive frailties on 07:55 - Feb 15 with 872 viewsbuilthjack

Defensive frailties on 02:47 - Feb 15 by dameedna

I like the way Wilmot has played so far, he would be a good signing for next season.


He was playing well, then the donkey from Chelsea arrived and he was sat on the bench with splinters for weeks. Disgusting way to treat him Cooper.

Poll: Birch - Would you trust him ?

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Defensive frailties on 08:03 - Feb 15 with 853 viewsBrynmill_Jack

Defensive frailties on 07:55 - Feb 15 by builthjack

He was playing well, then the donkey from Chelsea arrived and he was sat on the bench with splinters for weeks. Disgusting way to treat him Cooper.


It is hideous man management and Wilmot (nor Guehi) can be blamed for yesterday’s defensive performance. I get the feeling that if the loan system allowed it he’d have got that whole England U17’s side in as it seems he has no skills to manage adults. A real shame as I’d have loved this to work out but everyone I know seems to have had their faith in him drained slowly away.

Marsh - what the hell is his contribution? I think “sleepy Beattie” would have done a better job with both his eyes closed.

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Defensive frailties on 09:06 - Feb 15 with 804 viewsoldcob

Defensive frailties on 08:03 - Feb 15 by Brynmill_Jack

It is hideous man management and Wilmot (nor Guehi) can be blamed for yesterday’s defensive performance. I get the feeling that if the loan system allowed it he’d have got that whole England U17’s side in as it seems he has no skills to manage adults. A real shame as I’d have loved this to work out but everyone I know seems to have had their faith in him drained slowly away.

Marsh - what the hell is his contribution? I think “sleepy Beattie” would have done a better job with both his eyes closed.


Clubs loan young players out so they can get experience and come back better players, thats obvious. Now we have no chance of going up or down, shouldn't we be playing our own youngsters to benefit from the same learning process. Why play Brewster so that he can become a better player for Liverpool when he can play Cullen and improve him for us? Same to be said about Dhanda, Cabango and others.
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Defensive frailties on 09:38 - Feb 15 with 740 viewsBillyChong

Cooper played 3 young loanees in the core of defence - 2 CB’s and a GK. That was asking for trouble.
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Defensive frailties on 16:39 - Feb 15 with 563 viewsJacket

Any idiot can see that Guehi is losing us points. To blame for the first, second and third goals. It must be a clause in the loan signing of Gallagher that this donkey has to play every game. I reckon he'll still be playing if / when Mike and Rodon are both fit.
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Defensive frailties on 16:40 - Feb 15 with 558 viewsRiscaJack

Defensive frailties on 16:39 - Feb 15 by Jacket

Any idiot can see that Guehi is losing us points. To blame for the first, second and third goals. It must be a clause in the loan signing of Gallagher that this donkey has to play every game. I reckon he'll still be playing if / when Mike and Rodon are both fit.


Second goal is not his fault. Woodman needs to help his defence out there. No problem with blaming him for first, can’t remember third to be honest.

JENKINS OUT

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Defensive frailties on 17:07 - Feb 15 with 531 viewsjack247

Defensive frailties on 09:06 - Feb 15 by oldcob

Clubs loan young players out so they can get experience and come back better players, thats obvious. Now we have no chance of going up or down, shouldn't we be playing our own youngsters to benefit from the same learning process. Why play Brewster so that he can become a better player for Liverpool when he can play Cullen and improve him for us? Same to be said about Dhanda, Cabango and others.


Because if we piss Chelsea and Liverpool off, their better youngsters will be loaned elsewhere next season.

I agree though, if and when we give up on the playoffs, it would be nice to see Cabango playing every week, Cullen playing a part, maybe Evans given some game time. There are probably others on the fringe. Dhanda certainly could figure more prominently.
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Defensive frailties on 17:33 - Feb 15 with 496 viewsPrivate_Partz

Defensive frailties on 09:38 - Feb 15 by BillyChong

Cooper played 3 young loanees in the core of defence - 2 CB’s and a GK. That was asking for trouble.


This is the problem. Playing in experienced loanees and swapping them around trying to find a successful formula.
We have been done for because of injuries to Rodon and VDH.
I look at it this way: We climbed the table playing crap but being defensively sound. We have slipped down by playing crap and shipping silly goals.
If we get our two regular central defenders back then, quite incredibly, we could still be in with a shout of the playoffs.
VDH can't come back quick enough for me.
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You have mission in life to hold out your hand, To help the other guy out, Help your fellow man. Stan Ridgway

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Defensive frailties on 18:10 - Feb 15 with 454 viewsJacket

Defensive frailties on 16:40 - Feb 15 by RiscaJack

Second goal is not his fault. Woodman needs to help his defence out there. No problem with blaming him for first, can’t remember third to be honest.


You're right he wasn't solely to blame for the second but he did switch off and lose his man. For the last goal, he wasn't awake to the scorer who ghosted in behind him. The problem we have with the keeper is that Mulder is hardly the man to come in and take charge of his box.
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Defensive frailties on 20:15 - Feb 15 with 377 viewsjackrabbit

I like the report in the Telegraph:

”A stoppage time equaliser from Hull substitute Tom Eaves capped a madcap St Valentine’s Day massacre of the once noble art of defending”

It was comical.
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