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    Pops up with 88th minute equaliser in old firm game.

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    But failed to block Armstrongs goal in the first half
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    just a wonderful professional, hope one day he returns in some capacity
    I must away now, I can no longer tarry
    This morning's tempest I have to cross
    I must be guided without a stumble
    Into the arms I love the most

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    Clints goal ruined me accy, but still love the man . We should never have let him go,top pro..
    Ooh northern lads love gravy

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    In hindsight, Hasselbaink moving on Clint and Ale to stamp his authority on the squad didn't help us - thank god for Olly

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    Originally Posted by HertsHoops
    In hindsight, Hasselbaink moving on Clint and Ale to stamp his authority on the squad didn't help us - thank god for Olly
    Not hindsight I think most of us knew this at the time and it was when we started losing faith in JFH.
    Last edited by jmelanie; 12-03-2017 at 11:07 PM.

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    Clint is a proper chap. Would love to get him back down the Rangers in some capacity.
    You should never underestimate the predictability of stupidity.

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    Originally Posted by HertsHoops
    In hindsight, Hasselbaink moving on Clint and Ale to stamp his authority on the squad didn't help us - thank god for Olly
    Don't agree as neither of them are better then what we had/have. Would you pick Hill in front of Lynch Ned of Hall? Can you see Ale playing way Freeman, Manning or Mass does when he's in form??

    Moving them on was correct decision neither of them would get in current side would be squad fillers I would accept that but starting eleven no chance

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    Ales knee moved on way before rest of him did ,and clint geat servant but like wenger had his day .
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    Originally Posted by West Acton
    Don't agree as neither of them are better then what we had/have. Would you pick Hill in front of Lynch Ned of Hall? Can you see Ale playing way Freeman, Manning or Mass does when he's in form??

    Moving them on was correct decision neither of them would get in current side would be squad fillers I would accept that but starting eleven no chance
    At the time that they were moved on, they were two of the best players in the team. Hill has always been rock solid at the back and JFH replaced him with Caulker. Look at the two now. One scoring in the Old Firm derby, the other has been arrested twice in two months and not played in several months. Ale made our midfield tick, we have always looked a much better side with him in it but we kept Henry instead. Faurlin playing for Getafe, Henry nowhere to be seen.

    I do agree however that they would not get in the team now though.
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    Originally Posted by West Acton
    Don't agree as neither of them are better then what we had/have. Would you pick Hill in front of Lynch Ned of Hall? Can you see Ale playing way Freeman, Manning or Mass does when he's in form??

    Moving them on was correct decision neither of them would get in current side would be squad fillers I would accept that but starting eleven no chance
    Whilst Our CB's have obviously moved on from Hill, he's still great back up and a top bloke to be kept around the club.

    Ale should never have been shown the door. Different League to pap like Henry and your point on Freeman and Manning is moot seeing as one wasn't signed while Ale was shown the door and JFH would never of played the other. Agree now we're loaded in there.

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    I think ali wanted to be a regular first teamer which we couldn't promise. As for clint though he wanted to stay but we wanted to move him on.
    At the time i was in favour of them both going as i thought it was best to let them go but in hindsight i'd love hill to still be here even as a backup player, its his off the field aspect that'd benefit us most

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    Originally Posted by West Acton
    Don't agree as neither of them are better then what we had/have. Would you pick Hill in front of Lynch Ned of Hall? Can you see Ale playing way Freeman, Manning or Mass does when he's in form??

    Moving them on was correct decision neither of them would get in current side would be squad fillers I would accept that but starting eleven no chance
    Ale's time was done, he's better off elsewhere starting games. If he'd been injury free for us he'd have been sold long before we didn't renew, was a very good player.

    Clint belongs here, not on the pitch anymore, just standing behind Ollie going 'yeah, yeah, yeah' and fist bumping Birch.

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    Still miss The Man.

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    Well happy for him!


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