Current Player Osei Yaw

headingtonoldboy

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Pardon me for being thick but I am somewhat confused about Osei Yaw's contractual status. If he hasn't been registered, how can he play or does it only apply to league games but he can play in cup matches. Thanks for the info.
 

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Osei-Yaw is at least prepared to give it a go and get stuck in and shoot which is refreshing.
 

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Can an injured player be deregistered then re registered again in January?

Thinking Hanson or Brannagan if we can do that as both won’t be able to feature before then.
 

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Surely not possible to deregister and then reregister players, otherwise it would make a mockery of things.
I do agree it was a mistake not registering Osei though...he may drift about the game and not set any form of stamp on it, but the guy just has that knack of scoring...if he got 15 minutes at the end of the game you would at least hope that he could snatch something at the death.
 

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Surely not possible to deregister and then reregister players, otherwise it would make a mockery of things.
I do agree it was a mistake not registering Osei though...he may drift about the game and not set any form of stamp on it, but the guy just has that knack of scoring...if he got 15 minutes at the end of the game you would at least hope that he could snatch something at the death.

I mean only if the player has a serious injury after being initially registered - that’s something that can’t be used for a clubs gain.
 

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That’ll be that then..

Robinson said;

Derick came on and scored a fantastic goal.

“We see that most days in training, we’ve (also) seen other parts of the game we know have to be better.

“We’ve always said Derick’s a work in progress at this club.

“He’s not for today, he’s got another year on his contract, this year is for bedding in and we still think he needs a loan to make those mistakes.

“But we know he’s got that prowess to score when it drops to that right foot.”


Let’s hope that if we are 1 down with 15-20 to go he has someone on the bench who’ll pop with a goal and who is also brilliant in training at everything and is ready this year and not next.
 

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Three goals in eight appearances can't be knocked for someone who can't have played too many minutes. There's something about him and that control, turn and finish last night was something we've been unable to do this season.

I'd sincerely hope a NL club has seen those stats and can take him until January at least.

The celebration did seem odd. Unless I missed something, the congratulations seemed to go elsewhere and not to DOY.
 

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That’ll be that then..

Robinson said;

Derick came on and scored a fantastic goal.

“We see that most days in training, we’ve (also) seen other parts of the game we know have to be better.

“We’ve always said Derick’s a work in progress at this club.

“He’s not for today, he’s got another year on his contract, this year is for bedding in and we still think he needs a loan to make those mistakes.

“But we know he’s got that prowess to score when it drops to that right foot.”


Let’s hope that if we are 1 down with 15-20 to go he has someone on the bench who’ll pop with a goal and who is also brilliant in training at everything and is ready this year and not next.
Still think KR's wrong.
 

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That’ll be that then..

Robinson said;

Derick came on and scored a fantastic goal.

“We see that most days in training, we’ve (also) seen other parts of the game we know have to be better.

“We’ve always said Derick’s a work in progress at this club.

“He’s not for today, he’s got another year on his contract, this year is for bedding in and we still think he needs a loan to make those mistakes.

“But we know he’s got that prowess to score when it drops to that right foot.”


Let’s hope that if we are 1 down with 15-20 to go he has someone on the bench who’ll pop with a goal and who is also brilliant in training at everything and is ready this year and not next.
I agree that having him on the bench to come on to steal the odd late goal would be a positive, but I can also see the thinking that we need him to become more than just a five minute hero supersub, so getting a string of games together to increase his value to the side over 30-45-60-90 minutes is also a sensible development plan, so I dont think they are wrong in taking this decision.
Ideally we would have been able to keep him around in the 18 for games until the right loan was found, but this stupid squad limit system meant that KR had to choose between one or the other and, I suspect, having decided that a fit Hanson was a potentially useful body to have around to cover 2-3 positions then opted to leave DOY out to leave room for one more coming in.
In hindsight, with Hanson getting injured immediately, and one or two others not shining as we'd like, then dropping DOY has ended up as the wrong call, but I can see his thinking as to why he did it
 

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I agree that having him on the bench to come on to steal the odd late goal would be a positive, but I can also see the thinking that we need him to become more than just a five minute hero supersub, so getting a string of games together to increase his value to the side over 30-45-60-90 minutes is also a sensible development plan, so I dont think they are wrong in taking this decision.
Ideally we would have been able to keep him around in the 18 for games until the right loan was found, but this stupid squad limit system meant that KR had to choose between one or the other and, I suspect, having decided that a fit Hanson was a potentially useful body to have around to cover 2-3 positions then opted to leave DOY out to leave room for one more coming in.
In hindsight, with Hanson getting injured immediately, and one or two others not shining as we'd like, then dropping DOY has ended up as the wrong call, but I can see his thinking as to why he did it
Agree with that.
It seems clear that he was brought in for the future.
Getting game time and developing would seem a far better move than coming off the bench for 10 to 15 minutes when we need a goal from a development perspective
 

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I think this is delusional from KR.

If we were spanking teams week in week out and our players were giving top performances then maybe I would listen, but lets be clear - we could have played all night last night and wouldn't have scored. Osei Yaw may have his weaknesses but so do the other 20 odd players in our squad, and on the whole we are very poor at the moment. The one stat that really matters is that he looks like he can (and does) score goals. You can play pretty patterns, focus on pass completion, ball retention, and other stats all you want but I don't want to be sat here at Xmas still watching us dominate the ball, not being able to score and giving away shocking goals.
 

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I think the vast majority of our squad have shown that their game isn't anywhere near the required standard yet (post covid at least)
 
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