January Outs

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January Outs

by One87One » 25 Dec 2018 16:35

Harriot, Edwards and Clement have all been told they can leave. There’s already interest in Clement back in Holland.

Andresson and Popa already gone.

Interesting month ahead!

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Re: January Outs

by Snowball » 01 Jan 2019 12:25

Shame about Harriot, and I thought Clement was going to be very good

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Re: January Outs

by Snowflake Royal » 01 Jan 2019 14:44

I'd like to know the source given Harriott is back in the matchday squad.

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by 2 world wars, 1 world cup » 01 Jan 2019 17:02

I wish I had said this before he scored today, but if I remember correctly Harriot was quite impressive before he got injured so am quite surprised his name comes up as someone to offload, unless it’s because he’s injury prone I guess.

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by strap » 01 Jan 2019 19:24

2 world wars, 1 world cup I wish I had said this before he scored today, but if I remember correctly Harriot was quite impressive before he got injured so am quite surprised his name comes up as someone to offload, unless it’s because he’s injury prone I guess.


Although to be fair, who in our squad ISN'T injury prone this season and last?!?


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Re: January Outs

by 2 world wars, 1 world cup » 01 Jan 2019 19:28

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2 world wars, 1 world cup I wish I had said this before he scored today, but if I remember correctly Harriot was quite impressive before he got injured so am quite surprised his name comes up as someone to offload, unless it’s because he’s injury prone I guess.


Although to be fair, who in our squad ISN'T injury prone this season and last?!?


Good point well made.

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Re: January Outs

by Lower West » 01 Jan 2019 22:11

2 world wars, 1 world cup I wish I had said this before he scored today, but if I remember correctly Harriot was quite impressive before he got injured so am quite surprised his name comes up as someone to offload, unless it’s because he’s injury prone I guess.


Haven't they wrapped him up in cotton wool. Taking no chances with a rushed return. Hopefully now over the injury.

Today looked physically stronger than when he last played.

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by Hound » 02 Jan 2019 09:07

Expect Harriott is back in favour now and likely to be kept on til the end of the season. Sims probably already gone back. Rumours doing the rounds that McNulty is going back to Cov as well

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Re: January Outs

by Old Man Andrews » 02 Jan 2019 09:17

One87One Harriot, Edwards and Clement have all been told they can leave. There’s already interest in Clement back in Holland.

Andresson and Popa already gone.

Interesting month ahead!


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Re: January Outs

by genome » 02 Jan 2019 10:10

Thought Harriott looked good yesterday - certainly better than any of Barrow, Aluko, or McCleary

There was a cracking stat on Twitter yesterday that said he has scored in back-to-back games, but the last game was in 2016

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Re: January Outs

by Old Man Andrews » 02 Jan 2019 10:50

genome Thought Harriott looked good yesterday - certainly better than any of Barrow, Aluko, or McCleary

There was a cracking stat on Twitter yesterday that said he has scored in back-to-back games, but the last game was in 2016

To be honest you'd have looked better than any of those 3, not exactly a high benchmark. Get what you're saying though.

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by Hound » 02 Jan 2019 10:56

Yeah Harriott did well. Seen him a few times in the U23 and he is definitely 100% fit.

Maybe 2 years out has given him that huge desire to get his career back on track. Thought he looked far hungrier than the others, and was actually a very tidy goal he scored. Definitely worth keeping to the end of his contract at this stage

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Re: January Outs

by Silver Fox » 02 Jan 2019 11:47

Is Gunter injured? Because he's not even been in the squad for 4 games so it looks to me like someone's taken an interest in him and we've been protecting him.

Might also be why McLeary played like a drain yesterday.


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Re: January Outs

by Henley Royal 1 » 02 Jan 2019 12:01

One87One Harriot, Edwards and Clement have all been told they can leave. There’s already interest in Clement back in Holland.

Andresson and Popa already gone.

Interesting month ahead!

Lets hope more than three leave am hoping to get rid of atleast ten including two goalkeepers.

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Re: January Outs

by Old Man Andrews » 02 Jan 2019 12:09

Silver Fox Is Gunter injured? Because he's not even been in the squad for 4 games so it looks to me like someone's taken an interest in him and we've been protecting him.

Might also be why McLeary played like a drain yesterday.

Both can bugger off. McCleary is part of the problem at the club. Been here too long, too comfortable and he is playing like an old dog just waiting to be put down.

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Re: January Outs

by 72 bus » 02 Jan 2019 12:42

Silver Fox Is Gunter injured? Because he's not even been in the squad for 4 games so it looks to me like someone's taken an interest in him and we've been protecting him.

Might also be why McLeary played like a drain yesterday.


If someone had took an interest in Gunter we would have bundled him into the car and driven straight there.

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Re: January Outs

by RG7Fan » 02 Jan 2019 13:24

Silver Fox Is Gunter injured? Because he's not even been in the squad for 4 games so it looks to me like someone's taken an interest in him and we've been protecting him.

Might also be why McLeary played like a drain yesterday.


Injured apparently

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or maybe that's one of those 'injuries' that occur around the transfer window ...

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Re: January Outs

by Silver Fox » 02 Jan 2019 13:28

Ah fair enough, I couldn't see anything about it and tbf despite the disdain some of our fans hold him in being injury prone isn't a stick they can beat him with

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Re: January Outs

by pwb » 02 Jan 2019 13:30

I Reckon McShane will probably be the first one out the door if not already gone, as he didn't hang around for the final whistle yesterday, as he was sat in his car being held up by the stewards when i left :o and he is the club captain, say it all.

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Re: January Outs

by paddy20 » 02 Jan 2019 14:10

If the plan is to get rid of players first there won't be much time to get in any new players by which time we will have lost another 4/5 games and be destined for Div 1
You do wonder if there is now an acceptance that after 4/5 seasons (bar 1) of fighting relegation we are saying to re-build we must accept our fate and re-build with youngsters from the lower league.

For me this would be one of the worse scenarios as I believe it will be so tough to get back that it will take us back to the bad old days which I can well remember of the 60's 70's and 80's when we just flitted between the old Div 3 and 4.

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