Rob Hall

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Shame, maybe we should cut our losses on him?

Thats not meaning to sound harsh as he is a game changer
 
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If he is on a low enough wage (which I suspect he is) then I still want him. When he can play he can make the difference to a game like few of our players can. Reminds me of Ledley King's career; worth keeping in the squad despite reoccurring and chronic injuries just for when it does work
 

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If he is on a low enough wage (which I suspect he is) then I still want him. When he can play he can make the difference to a game like few of our players can. Reminds me of Ledley King's career; worth keeping in the squad despite reoccurring and chronic injuries just for when it does work
Agreed ..... his winner at the skip last time we played and beat Scum certainly made the difference:)
 

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Agreed ..... his winner at the skip last time we played and beat Scum certainly made the difference:)
It was also an absolute screamer
 

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As much as I like Hall, he has scored a few great goals, notably against the scum, but he’s often knocked off the ball in games, he’s had more poor games than good.
We need to think about him as a bit part player, when fit, not a starter but to come on with 20 to 30 mins
 

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Well, he's under contract so we can't 'cut our losses on him'. But you have to wonder if his career will last much longer.
Absolutely phenomenal when on loan first time round and gave the club a real lift. Really disappointed when he returned to his parent club. Do hope a specialist can get to the root cause. Have to say it did look ominous that he could not get fit over the summer. Far too young to hang up his boots. Ever hopeful, however, but should never have started against Fleetwood and was clearly yards off the pace.
 

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That's this year? So he is OOC in the summer?

I can't help thinking that unless he can get fit and stay fit this season that might be it for him, which would be unfortunate.
Yes, he'll be OOC in the summer. And sadly it doesn't look good for the rest of his career.
 

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You can only fix a knee a finite number of times before the specialist gives you the choice between one more OP or the ability to walk when you have grandkids.

I do fear the worst, unfortunately...
 

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You can only fix a knee a finite number of times before the specialist gives you the choice between one more OP or the ability to walk when you have grandkids.

I do fear the worst, unfortunately...
I fear the same. The fact his knee just swelled up is concerning - the club have really limited his pre-season, but it's not worked in terms of his issues.
 

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I’d be disappointed if he was offered a new deal. His fitness record does not justify the sort of wage he will be in.
 
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