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clivewolves

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Neves back on the grass and some great photos of the under-8s visiting the first team.

 

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Has anyone heard anything about Kilman ? Got helped off the pitch today in the Training session at the ground.
Looked like his left shin. He seemed to get caught as he and another player came down after an aerial challenge. There didn't seem to be blood but he was clearly in a bit of discomfort. To me, it didn't look like much but I'm no doctor.

Saiss slotted in, after he went off.
 

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Nice of him to make himself available for Norwich at home.

Reckon the problem will come up again to ensure he misses Liverpool away...
 

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Nice of him to make himself available for Norwich at home.

Reckon the problem will come up again to ensure he misses Liverpool away...
Do you really buy that?

He last played in the win against Villa, so based on that theory he saw our upcoming games against the powerhouses that are Newcastle, Burnley and Brighton and ducked them because he was fearful of playing them? Is that the suggestion?

Or is it more likely that we’ve mostly only played well when Podence has played as he’s been our only player who’s willing to take a risk and with him out we’ve reverted to being impotent again?
 

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Do you really buy that?

He last played in the win against Villa, so based on that theory he saw our upcoming games against the powerhouses that are Newcastle, Burnley and Brighton and ducked them because he was fearful of playing them? Is that the suggestion?

Or is it more likely that we’ve mostly only played well when Podence has played as he’s been our only player who’s willing to take a risk and with him out we’ve reverted to being impotent again?
I don't get your final sentence, I've absolutely no doubt about his ability and importance to the team. He's a class player.

I do have doubts about his commitment though and will be interested to see if he does play the final two games.

To add, I have doubts about many other players. Jimenez, for example, looked like his old self in terms of showing for the ball against City. Worked hard, brought others into play, actually put himself about. That hasn't happened all season.
Jonny's attempt to stop the shot against Brighton.

There are a few others as well.
 

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I don't get your final sentence, I've absolutely no doubt about his ability and importance to the team. He's a class player.

I do have doubts about his commitment though and will be interested to see if he does play the final two games.

To add, I have doubts about many other players. Jimenez, for example, looked like his old self in terms of showing for the ball against City. Worked hard, brought others into play, actually put himself about. That hasn't happened all season.
Jonny's attempt to stop the shot against Brighton.

There are a few others as well.
My point with the final sentence is perhaps we’ve been crap in those games because we missed him rather than he ducked them because he didn’t want to be involved in games he expected us not to do well in.

I don’t think he’s ducked those games and made himself available for Norwich, I just think he’s a bit injury prone. Which is unfortunate as he’s one of the few players we have that can change a game.

I think it’s fair to question some of our players after recent performances, I don’t think they’re a bad group, but I do think they have it in then to be insipid without any really reason for it.
 
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