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12 Aug 2016 20:57:41
Not a rumour just a suggestion. Richairo zivkovic playing in ajax b team and scoring for fun. 19 year old so fits profile of adding value. 6"2 so offers physical presence and can finish. Ajax paid groningen 1.7m for him a couple of years ago but he hasn't really made the breakthrough. Surely we could use our connections at ajax to arrange a loan with a view to a permanent move.
1.) 12 Aug 2016 21:16:06
Was think the same about getn him on loan wouldn't be permanent because he would cost alot.
19 Jul 2016 22:23:33
Massively intrigued to find out what mw sees as his first choice 11. For me, only Wallace, Barton, kranjcar and MacKay certain starters at this stage. The rest of the places up for grabs. Incredible competition for places. We'd all do well to remember that MW has achieved this in 13 months!
1.) 20 Jul 2016 00:45:41
Rossiter will be a first pick too, this boy is going to make rangers millions.
2.) 20 Jul 2016 07:34:29
If Rossiter is going to be that good I would rather he stayed and made us Champions year in year out.
3.) 20 Jul 2016 12:42:13
Halliday always. He has the heart of a true bear, will never let you down.
26 May 2016 20:01:24
Anybody else think changing the system to 5-3-2 would suit us. Would allow tav and Wallace to operate as wing backs with less defensive responsibilities. 3 centre half's would give cover to tav and Wallace and give us some added height at set pieces. The midfield three would remain the same. The front 3 would become a 2 but the width would be provided by the wing backs. Something like this maybe.
Crooks Kiernan Wilson
Tav Barton Wallace
1.) 26 May 2016 21:13:44
Thinking along similar lines but using 3-4-3. As said giving the full backs freedom to attack.
2.) 26 May 2016 21:43:21
Can't fault your idea there and thought the same myself but don't think warbs will change his style and formation unless next year for Europe.
3.) 27 May 2016 00:39:03
I would have thought that having flexibility of line up and formation based on the team that we are playing and the venue would be the best option. Such a strategy would necessitate us having a larger squad with several more players joining the Club including two or three better quality, more experienced players.
I have a strong feeling that we will see a couple more Barton level acquisitions before the end of June.
4.) 27 May 2016 07:28:14
Coops left foot, you got a crystal ball in your house?
5.) 27 May 2016 08:07:15
I would play 4-4-2, bring Mckay back into left/ right midfield and whoever on the other side and let them run at the defences and have 2 holding midfielders, like Barton and Rossiter for instance and let them break up play.
6.) 27 May 2016 09:16:53
Realistically Scotsman if we are not top 3 or winning Scottish cup next year given the players we have/ will acquire it will be a complete disaster. So no crystal ball but quietly confident we will be in Europe the season after.
7.) 27 May 2016 10:27:05
Wilson0212. What about Ball (if we get him again) , Zelalem (same if) , Halliday, O'Halloran, Forrester, Windass and Miller? And what if Kranjcar signs? Also, I'd definitely get Hardie involved in the squad. Rossiter sounds exciting but is he good enough to throw into the first team straightaway? I'd say a first XI to start off might be: (4-3-3-
Foderingham; Tavernier, Crooks, Wilson, Wallace; Holt, Barton, Windass; O'Halloran, Waghorn, Mackay. With players like Forrester, Mill, Rossiter and Halliday to come on as subs. I've left out Ball and Zelalem as they might not come back.
8.) 26 May 2016 21:39:31
Mark warburton WON'T change his 4-3-3 style as he has stipulated many times, if he was to slightly alter our system it would be a 4-2-3-1 I'd imagine with joey barton and jordan rossiter as our 2 sitting/ defensive midfielders.
9.) 27 May 2016 13:56:39
3-4-3 has been played a few times this season.
02 Mar 2016 00:46:13
Glad to see Liam Burtonwood get a run out tonight. This boy is the most exciting thing to come out of Murray park for as long as I can remember. Nows the time to get him some games with the league in the bag. Celtic have already tried to nick him and the big teams down south will start to take notice. We need to keep him happy by giving him games.
12 Jan 2017 08:31:19
They've had their contracts cut short to finance loan moves for toral and hyndman
25 Jul 2016 11:10:26
Joe garner would be a sensation up here. Probably out of our price range though.
05 Jul 2016 21:15:39
Ffs have I been transported to a parallel universe? Carroll and rvp being suggested on this page!
26 Aug 2016 23:44:51
Trying to bite my tongue here with all the doom and gloom mongers coming out the woodwork but these persons proper rip ma knittin. Ask yourselves, where were we 15 months ago before warburton took over? Remember the fitba we played? Compare it to now. Remember how much we've spent to assemble this squad. The manager has earned our patience and that's exactly what he'll get from me. Like it or not, making 10 new signings will ALWAYS result in a period of adjustment. Get behind the gaffer and the players . 8 points from 12 is by no means a disaster and i for one would bite your hand off to finish the season having amassed 75% of available points.
Had to get that off ma chest ha!
16 Aug 2016 17:15:49
Joe garner will be our number 9 for the next 3 years. A lot of people on here clearly haven't seen this boy play. He is a proper striker, 2 footed, great in the air for a guy of his height and superb work rate. The thing i like most about him though is that he has a bit of needle about him. Might get himself into trouble now and then but fans will be in no doubt that he's a winner and 100% committed. Mark my words. this is our best acquisition of the summer.
12 Jul 2016 16:32:22
Bear necessities . I suspect you've researched the wrong matty Taylor. Sound like the left mid formerly of Portsmouth and Bolton.
04 May 2016 06:52:35
You might have considered Leicester's entire team to be journeymen at the beginning of the season. Players often show massive improvement when playing for the right manager in the right system in a team with healthy spirit.
It is unfair to write the boy off as a journeyman straight off the bat.
The gaffer has done not too bad with journeymen thus far.
27 Apr 2016 16:09:17
Pish biffo. Leicester's style couldn't be any more dissimilar to ours. We dominate possession whereas they allow the other team the ball and hit on the counter. Huth and Morgan are supported by 2 defensively minded full backs and 2 industrious central midfielders. I would take our style over theirs every day of the week. They do prove one of my original points in that neither came to prominence until they were in their 30s.