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  • Qprtanpa1
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    Originally posted by brightonr View Post
    He's got to be dropped. And now.

    Nothing against the guy personally and fully appreciate that he gives his all for us, unlike so many others before him.

    Simply hasn't stepped up as we had hoped. Nothing to be ashamed of in that. Can't even criticise whoever brought him in as these type of signings are always a gamble. What I would criticise is the fee paid and the fact that it still doesn't seem to have dawned on the management that he's not good enough. We really need to be experimenting with Smith and Eze for the remainder of the season to see if they can hack it on a consistent basis. Don't think I could bear to persevere with CW this season and get shot in the summer only to realise that we haven't got better ones in his place.

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  • qprjeff1882
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    Originally posted by 72bus View Post
    washington hits the ball at the keeper tamely or blasts it past the post , reckon his bottle has gone now as some of his chances are easier to score than miss
    I reckon he gets in these positions and his mind is all over the place not knowing where to hit the ball. And then by the time he does he fluffs it up. Calm quick decision making is half of a good striker. Seems he gets flustered too much.

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  • 72bus
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    washington hits the ball at the keeper tamely or blasts it past the post , reckon his bottle has gone now as some of his chances are easier to score than miss

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  • Alanwycombe
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    Originally posted by West Acton View Post
    Itís a crying shame he donít have killer instinct as with his work ethic he would be pretty dangerous

    Imagine if he could finish just half as well as Austin
    Tracy that is....

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  • 1973 ranger
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    Big shame as he has a half decent first touch but just lacks that instinct that all natural goalscorers have. Like the lad and I hope he gets the chance to show he can be an half decent striker which unfortunately does not look like it will be with us.

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  • West Acton
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    Itís a crying shame he donít have killer instinct as with his work ethic he would be pretty dangerous

    Imagine if he could finish just half as well as Austin

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  • qprjeff1882
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    Well tbh Tony has already been shafted by almost everyone at the club since he came in so he'd probably like it and then say he's learning from his mistakes

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  • Gtleighsr3
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    Thing is, he could bum Tony over the boardroom table whilst winking at the directors and he still have a job. He ain't going anywhere

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  • Hertford Hoop
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    Ollie sees him like Mackie, 100% effort but no end product. He experimented last season from about March in order to try things out, it hasn't worked. I'd prefer if he just gave the youngsters a game through to the end of the season, can't do much worse.

    He is in real danger of alienating every single fan and I'm sure he would be devastated if that happened, if he did the right thing now he would leave with some respect, well a little.

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  • brightonr
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    He's got to be dropped. And now.

    Nothing against the guy personally and fully appreciate that he gives his all for us, unlike so many others before him.

    Simply hasn't stepped up as we had hoped. Nothing to be ashamed of in that. Can't even criticise whoever brought him in as these type of signings are always a gamble. What I would criticise is the fee paid and the fact that it still doesn't seem to have dawned on the management that he's not good enough. We really need to be experimenting with Smith and Eze for the remainder of the season to see if they can hack it on a consistent basis. Don't think I could bear to persevere with CW this season and get shot in the summer only to realise that we haven't got better ones in his place.

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  • Gtleighsr3
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    Boys be kind.he might read this thread.
    Ok prob not as he would miss the keyboard to type site in

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  • Hitman34
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    #Gump2 #barndoor #banjo #makesdevonwhitelooklikepele

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  • dogsrrs
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    Heaven forbid teflon Les have any thing to do with training the players something might rub off on him like blame

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  • corbray
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    Originally posted by Alanwycombe View Post
    I'd like to be a fly on the wall when/if they coach him. Have wondered before if Les gets involved with the strikers. If not he should - especially the position we are in transfer wise.
    apparently les has been coming in extra early to do training with matt smith and has been overseeing him but i agree that it makes sense for les to help out with training our strikers especially washington.

    i just can't see washington making it at this level or at least making it with us. we'd be lucky to get a million for him imo although he might be a good makeweight in a deal for a league 1 striker

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  • Alanwycombe
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    Originally posted by MattyRangers View Post
    Geeza is pony, was gash last night.

    Almost feel sorry for him (before reminding myself he is probably picking up the thick end of 15 bags a week!!) as he is a real trier & always gives his all.... Just isn't very good at all.

    Missed another sitter last night 1 minute before they went up the other end & scored their 2nd.

    Little Smyth is a breath of fresh air, far superior to CW.
    I'd like to be a fly on the wall when/if they coach him. Have wondered before if Les gets involved with the strikers. If not he should - especially the position we are in transfer wise.

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