Pekalski, something different to try?

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Mellowyellow

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I understand that KR has implicated he doesn’t see him in his long term plans, but surely he must have something that is worth trying in a side not exactly brimming with talent and confidence.
All options should be considered, as with Martin/Williamson replacing Mousinio, Ricardhino(sp), reverting to left back but with license to come forward.
It hasn’t really worked the first set ups that Robinson has tried.
How about:
Eastwood
Ricardinho Martin Dickie. Kane
Rothwell. Brannaghan. Ledson
Henry
Obika. Thomas
 

Oldham

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I understand that KR has implicated he doesn’t see him in his long term plans, but surely he must have something that is worth trying in a side not exactly brimming with talent and confidence.
All options should be considered, as with Martin/Williamson replacing Mousinio, Ricardhino(sp), reverting to left back but with license to come forward.
It hasn’t really worked the first set ups that Robinson has tried.
How about:
Eastwood
Ricardinho Martin Dickie. Kane
Rothwell. Brannaghan. Ledson
Henry
Obika. Thomas
Er, where does Pekalski actually come into this?
 
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