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Jerome'SAle

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Be interesting to see how we would fit Holmes, Browne, hall, whyte, carruthers, henry and Mackie into 3 spots.
 

Sarge

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Be interesting to see how we would fit Holmes, Browne, hall, whyte, carruthers, henry and Mackie into 3 spots.
or 5 spots ...dependant on KR having plan b and plan c systems?:sneaky:...... plus theres the option of impact subs for the last 30 mins or so of certain matches depending on opposition? :sneaky:
 

Mintyshoe

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Be interesting to see how we would fit Holmes, Browne, hall, whyte, carruthers, henry and Mackie into 3 spots.
KR will start Holmes - Henry - Carruthers

Browne/Whyte are unproven at this level and make excellent impact players with their pace.

Mackie has signed a game-time related contract which suggests he's not 100% fit, probably brought in as a general attacking option who will have a positive influence on the whole team.

Hall can force his way in, but we shouldn't be relying on him week-in, week-out given his injury record.
 

Bue Guado

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I suspect Henry will be played more centrally, but that is a valid point...too many attacking midfielders, not enough defensive ones?
 

Oufcluke34

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I literally have a hard on over this, we will take some stopping this season,what a different a year makes! Robinson's yellow army
 

MJB

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Much as I rate Hall, I’ve always particularly liked him as an impact sub.

His pace and eye for goal against a tiring defence would be worth so many points from the bench.

Exciting times.
 

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