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“Lose” and “star”. 🤣.  What a load of bollocks.  A guy with a history of coke problems who we gave a six month contract to when he didn’t have a club, and who scored 2 in 18, and can’t really be trusted defensively.  He probably turned down a new contract because we offered him what he’s worth, not what he thinks he’s worth.  Yep that’s our season screwed.  🙄

Like the sound of Barkhuizen.  Don’t know a huge amount about him, but he’s always struck me as a steady Championship player, who should be well above average in League One.

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13 hours ago, Tylluan said:

We're in a race with Rotherham for Tom Barkhuizen. 28 year old right winger, who can play as a forward, about to be released by Preston after Lowe decided he didn't fit into the formation. 

Always thought he was a solid if not spectacular player, wouldn’t be a bad one.

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4 hours ago, HoylandOwl said:

Always thought he was a solid if not spectacular player, wouldn’t be a bad one.

I think he’s one that would end up being really good in L1. Similar kind of attributes to Hardie who has done ok at Plymouth 

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That's the problem with Stewart's wages and contract policy. Players at Rotherham will always be picked off by other clubs and Warne is then expected to go out and find equivalent replacements that want to play in the Championship for less than £10k a week 

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Yeah Mass will be a big loss but with Bannan, Byers, Vaulks, Adineran, FDB and Alex Hunt also possibly back in the frame then we should be covered in that area.

But, keep Mass somehow and I couldn’t see anyone touching us next season.

Mass, Bannan and Vaulks flanked by Hunt and Marv would be one hell of a set up.

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11 minutes ago, HoylandOwl said:

I reckon this signing will mean Mass leaves. Which is a shame.

Yes I'm sure it does unfortunately. Quality player when fit, but it looked to me that his legs had gone. Vaulks will give us more mobility and can chip in with odd goal, and, at least till he joined us, seems to be fit most of time 

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19 minutes ago, Mark said:

Yes I'm sure it does unfortunately. Quality player when fit, but it looked to me that his legs had gone. Vaulks will give us more mobility and can chip in with odd goal, and, at least till he joined us, seems to be fit most of time 

And ladies and gentlemen this is the most ridiculous post on the new Owlsonline to date.

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1 hour ago, Laceups said:

Yeah Mass will be a big loss but with Bannan, Byers, Vaulks, Adineran, FDB and Alex Hunt also possibly back in the frame then we should be covered in that area.

But, keep Mass somehow and I couldn’t see anyone touching us next season.

Mass, Bannan and Vaulks flanked by Hunt and Marv would be one hell of a set up.

Byers left or summat?

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55 minutes ago, Reesh said:

And ladies and gentlemen this is the most ridiculous post on the new Owlsonline to date.

I'm not sure it is tbf. He looked like he was pulling a caravan last month or so. We lack mobility and legs in midfield, and he's part of that. Him Bannan and Byers are all excellent technical players, but as a collective, that's where SOME of our problems lay. The Sunderland games a prime example. There midfield ran all over ours

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They ran all over us because (THROUGH NO FAULT OF HIS OWN) Bannan was injured and wasn't able to break forward like he had been in the latter part of the season.

He sat and it was Massimo playing in the advanced role, as he did at QPR.

The alternative would have been to drop BB and put Fiss into his position but Moore didn't have the balls.

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2 minutes ago, mkowlthesexynewversion said:

Like me you are probably old enough to get the "joke" 🤓

I was thinking just that. The younger posters on here wont have a fucking clue what you are on about 🤣

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14 minutes ago, Andyben said:

They ran all over us because (THROUGH NO FAULT OF HIS OWN) Bannan was injured and wasn't able to break forward like he had been in the latter part of the season.

He sat and it was Massimo playing in the advanced role, as he did at QPR.

The alternative would have been to drop BB and put Fiss into his position but Moore didn't have the balls.

True re BB. It's easy 4 us to say he shouldn't have played, I don't think he should, but as a manager you just hope your better players can produce that bit of class required. Windass was another one. Clearly nowhere near fully fit but Moore thought it a risk worth taking 

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10 hours ago, Mark said:

True re BB. It's easy 4 us to say he shouldn't have played, I don't think he should, but as a manager you just hope your better players can produce that bit of class required. Windass was another one. Clearly nowhere near fully fit but Moore thought it a risk worth taking 

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