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Did he pick up an injury or has he been "demoted" again.
The poor lad busts a gut, time and time again and yet, seems to be the first one on the "cull" list, every time.



Hasn't Chester stated that they'll both get their chances to show what they can do??

Maybe this weekend gives Rocky a chance to show - with the better option then getting the gig for the more important Cup game the following week????
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Fordy wrote:
Hasn't Chester stated that they'll both get their chances to show what they can do??

Maybe this weekend gives Rocky a chance to show - with the better option then getting the gig for the more important Cup game the following week????


Also, with the number of fixtures, why not rotate them?

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Strange one, I would have thought you'd still have him in the 21 man squad as a backup if he wasn't going to make the starting 17.

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BarnsleyGull wrote:
Also, with the number of fixtures, why not rotate them?


Although I agree that we will have to rotate all of the squad in order to get through the number of fixtures, chopping and changing a new HB combination isn't going to help anyone.
Of all of the positions, the two halves need to be playing together as often as possible.

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wrencat1873 wrote:
Although I agree that we will have to rotate all of the squad in order to get through the number of fixtures, chopping and changing a new HB combination isn't going to help anyone.
Of all of the positions, the two halves need to be playing together as often as possible.


Er, maybe to see who's "best suited?"
How else could you do it???

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BarnsleyGull wrote:
Er, maybe to see who's "best suited?"
How else could you do it???


I dont think you can find your best HB combination by changing each week, that's for sure and as I said, it always seems to be Jowitt that is first for the chop and tbf, I thought he went ok last week.
Having said that, I like Hampshire and he has some different tricks up his sleeve but, ultimately, we need a settled pair of HS's, who understand one another's game and get the best options for the side.

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wrencat1873 wrote:
I dont think you can find your best HB combination by changing each week, that's for sure and as I said, it always seems to be Jowitt that is first for the chop and tbf, I thought he went ok last week.
Having said that, I like Hampshire and he has some different tricks up his sleeve but, ultimately, we need a settled pair of HS's, who understand one another's game and get the best options for the side.


Didn't Max get a head knock though?? I thought he went well too and assumed he'd be in the squad, maybe it's something to do with that?
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In view of the sudden announcement are Catalan based in the U.K. or do they fly in. If it is the latter we could have more problems because they will not be able to go home.

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Scarlet Pimpernell wrote:
In view of the sudden announcement are Catalan based in the U.K. or do they fly in. If it is the latter we could have more problems because they will not be able to go home.


They are based in France and fly in.
They are exempt from the quarantine.

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