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March 04, 2012, 04:36:27 AM
Reply #255


If Neville was a horse he'd be shot.

It's time Moyes ended Neville's career ie not play him (or shoot him).

Personally I think 100% of our support would choose Barkley to start ahead of Neville in midfield.

I'd happily prefer to see Barkley play, mess up, learn from his mistakes, than watch Neville start and have us look a man down while he operates in midfield.

Barkley has missed a year of development in my eyes.

well said. although i did see him make a forward pass today  :shock:

March 04, 2012, 05:03:55 AM
Reply #256


well said. although i did see him make a forward pass today  :shock:

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March 04, 2012, 05:07:56 AM
Reply #257

Sir Stealth

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Wish people wouldn't use Neville as a scapegoat, He wasn't even that bad today. Definitely not the reason we didn't win the game.

FAO Sharpattack... Osman wasn't the reason either.

Agree with you here mate, the 11 players who started plus the subs were all mediocre, I personally wasn't expecting Neville as a defensive mid to have provided the attacking spark we lacked today. I'll put more blame on the likes of Pienaar, Cahill, Drenthe and Straq, our attacking players. Neville wasn't brilliant today, but no one was, he doesn't deserve to be singled out.
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March 04, 2012, 05:56:34 AM
Reply #258


ok first half but shocking second, its lucky qpr couldn't take their chances properly, still i'll take a bad one today if it meant us getting 9 points and a place in the semi finals in the next 4 games
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