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    Wagner leaves Huddersfield

    We'd be daft not to be in contact with him after his achievements at Huddersfield. Let's be fair, that team is relegation fodder so there's little he can do with the budget available. Which of course makes his achievements last season to keep them up all the more remarkable. He would be on my shortlist of possible candidates should we look to steer Puel out the door in the summer.
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    In It Together?

    It all smacks a bit to me of Van Gaal at Man Utd, only on a lesser scale. A manager changing the style, a lot of passing, bringing in youngsters, a few good results but ultimately not enough direction and ending up plodding without much direction. I'm not a fan of Puel but I think he's bought time until the summer. For what it's worth, I really think his biggest error was letting Ulloa go. We'd be much better with him coming off the bench as we put the ball into the box.
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    Kelechi Iheanacho / Nacho Man

    Awful. Makes Musa look good.
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    Newport post match thread 2- 1

    Embarrassing from us. Credit to Newport. They wanted it. Although I'm not a fan of Puel, I don't think you can read too much into this as the players should shoulder the blame.
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    What's in the news?

    That's very honest. I read a good article a few weeks back by Nick Cohen discussing Corbyn's position. If you believe that a no deal Brexit will hit the country economically and disproportionately the poor, what is the difference between Corbyn and Rees-Mogg on moral grounds? The results of their actions are the same.
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    What's in the news?

    Is the danger for Labour that some betrayed voters just won't vote? There's no getting away from the fact that Corbyn's Brexit position is one of ignoring party members and doing everything to avoid a second referendum. I would say Corbyn's policy position is just as precarious as May's.
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    What's in the news?

    Isn't the issue more that a few percentage swing of voters having a disproportionate impact when translated into seats in the Commons?
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    Premier League Thread 2018/19 stuff it in here.

    It does matter a bit as it sets a price floor for the rest of the market when we're trying to buy good young players. Dyche always complains about this but he does have a point.
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    Premier League Thread 2018/19 stuff it in here.

    19m for Solanke is probably why we won't sign anyone in this window. Player with some potential but has only scored 8 league goals, seven of which were in Holland. Crazy values at this time of year.
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    Ricardo Pereira

    I wrote him off at the start of the season when we were playing him as a winger. Happy to look a mug. Great to see him looking so effective.
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    Man City H Post Thread 2-1

    I did not expect this run. Changing to 4-3-3 has brought big improvements
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    Spurs new stadium has spursy - Delayed

    That's a massively slanted and one sided article
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    Brendan Rodgers..yay or nay?

    I'd rather we went for Wagner at Huddersfield
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    Puel 'Facing the sack' - reports

    Wagner should be the replacement for me, he's done wonders at Huddersfield. It's no surprise he's lost the dressing room. It's what happens when you make strange decisions.
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    Time for Puel to go

    The confusion is that Vardy wanted to play and declared himself fit.
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