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its been reported that the 30 year old full back ,could return on a free,as released by bristol city,what do you think?

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Best days are behind him.

We need to look to the future not get stuck in the past,Ive heard Hutchinson is staying on as well.

You couldnt make stuff like this up,Hooper next? Pudil, its more like an old boys reunion than a football club.

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15 minutes ago, bassett one said:

its been reported that the 30 year old full back ,could return on a free,as released by bristol city,what do you think?

Hmmm... :huh:


Well I would imagine that most players wouldn't be interested in returning to the club knowing how badly it appears to be being run unless...

 

  • they had no choice because no-one else wanted them, or
  • they were being made an offer they couldn't refuse!

Under the present circumstances I think the second option is very unlikely... :|

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8 minutes ago, Mr Bloke said:

Hmmm... :huh:


Well I would imagine that most players wouldn't be interested in returning to the club knowing how badly it appears to be being run unless...

 

  • they had no choice because no-one else wanted them, or
  • they were being made an offer they couldn't refuse!

Under the present circumstances I think the second option is very unlikely... :|

Hunt wasn't bad,could do a job for us,1 year contract.

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I hope his brother Mike isn't on the team  sheet.

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Lets Liam play at RWB. His best position in my opinion.

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I'd have him back on a year or two contract providing his wages are affordable. Not a problem Hutch staying either as we could do with his fight in league 1. Need to make sure we are bringing some younger players in aswell though.

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Posted (edited)

Hunt was traumatised after the September 24th 2017 Bouncing Day Massacre game. 

 

He said he'll return  as long as he doesn't have to face David Brooks at Hillsborough again.

 

Wednesday's relegation has opened the door.  

Edited by abbeyedges

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3 hours ago, abbeyedges said:

Hunt was traumatised after the September 24th 2017 Bouncing Massacre game. 

 

He said he'll return  as long as he doesn't have to face David Brooks at Hillsborough again.

 

Wednesday's relegation has opened the door.  

is david brooks still a footballer?

6-0s a massacre, 2-4s a bad day at the office.

Didnt Wednesday do united 8-2 during the war years, now thats a massacre.

Is david brooks still playing football,I didnt see him at Hillsbro or at dean court

Edited by staninoodle

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Now 4-0 is a massacre,like you say 2-4 just an off day.Can't count the war years according to Blades but they like to come out when under 10s beat our under 10s. At maybe why blades don't like middle age men is we can remember 1979.

Edited by ukdobby

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5 hours ago, staninoodle said:

6-0s a massacre, 2-4s a bad day at the office.

Didnt Wednesday do united 8-2 during the war years, now thats a massacre.

Is david brooks still playing football,I didnt see him at Hillsbro or at dean court

Not sure about the war years but there was certainly a 1951 result of Blades 7 Owls 3. 

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A difference of two goals has never been a “massacre” ever.

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