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October 23, 2017, 09:08:00 PM
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MrWhite

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Dyche is favourite with the bookies, maybe that would do Michael a world of good.

On the other hand, you can get 40/1 on Roberto returning, which is clearly bunk. ;D

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October 23, 2017, 09:17:01 PM
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Lxxx


Dyche isn't sexy enough for Moshiri. Nothing in that but just a hunch that he won't want a guy who looks like an assistant manager at Dixons fronting his exciting new stadium project.

October 23, 2017, 09:59:06 PM
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boothill


Dyche isn't sexy enough for Moshiri. Nothing in that but just a hunch that he won't want a guy who looks like an assistant manager at Dixons fronting his exciting new stadium project.
Absolutely spot on with the dixons shout, can easily see him asking if you want the extended warranty


October 23, 2017, 10:01:11 PM
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TheTone


Dyche isn't sexy enough for Moshiri. Nothing in that but just a hunch that he won't want a guy who looks like an assistant manager at Dixons fronting his exciting new stadium project.

 lolol  :hail:

October 24, 2017, 06:06:30 AM
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montanatoffeefan


Dyche is favourite with the bookies, maybe that would do Michael a world of good.

Funny that we can now finally start to fairly judge the players Koeman brought in only now that Koeman's out.
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October 24, 2017, 06:24:23 AM
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brap2

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I'm really, really not convinced of him tbh. He's extremely slow and doesn't seem too strong either. Potentially just a good body-in-the-way type defender. Like a more limited Jags.

Not a terrible thing to be but he's clearly been asked to lead out backline and he's not done a great job of it.

Would like to see a van dijk / koulibaly / de ligt type next to him. Ball player who can defend on the front foot, and allow Keane to drop back and be a reasonably comfortable deep cb who can head long balls, which I think he would excel at.
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13 hours ago
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Martip


Rubbish again today :headbang:

13 hours ago
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Duncs_a_legend

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He was very poor today tbf.
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13 hours ago
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therealdunc


A side from his complete lack of pace and being weak in the air, he is awful at reading the game.

He responds to the game, he is incapable of reading movement or learning opposition player habits
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12 hours ago
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Martip


A side from his complete lack of pace and being weak in the air, he is awful at reading the game.

He responds to the game, he is incapable of reading movement or learning opposition player habits
Agree with all that

12 hours ago
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ally2


Wasn't very good today but I couldn't say why - ability or form. I won't come to any conclusion about him until he is playing in a semi-competent back four that that have at least average abilities in their own rights and form a stable defensive group. That will take a long time though, and I'm wary that it is one hell of an excuse.

12 hours ago
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everton1952


Dyche must have rated him, and Dyche is a very, very, very good manager.