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I voted Reed at CM by accident (fat fingered the wrong selection), but I do feel like Christie - Hector - Ream - Odoi it probably our best back four (Bryan or MLM can make appearances as needed for Christie and Ream respectively or as subs), but that the role Arter is currently holding is the issue. A BIG maybe, but if KMAC has it in him, can he play DM and we let Cairney and Reed run rampant as CM/AM partnership? Just a whirlwind thought, I could genuinely be way off because Reed is a great DM.

Reed seems like a great DM, but I want to see a better win-loss record and goal difference to be convinced. I was a fan of Kalas as RCB too, but he had a similar problem of a poor win-loss record when he was in the XI. Likewise Odoi and KMac don't seem like the best players in the squad, but their win-loss records are very good so maybe very are much better than I and others realise.
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General Discussion / Re: West Brom 4 v Hull 2
« Last post by WONKYTONKY on Today at 04:49:51 AM »
I actually think West Brom are catchable. With Hegazi getting sent off they’ll be even weaker at the back and Hull where ripping them apart at times. That 4-2 score line is more than flattering to West Brom. Think Leeds have probably got 1st wrapped up now but think second is a 3/4 team roulette now. If anything happened to Pereira, WB would be so hooped. Brentford seem to have the momentum with them but that could swing anytime. Who knows Fulham could start to wake up just at the right time!
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General Discussion / Re: West Brom 4 v Hull 2
« Last post by OhConnah on Today at 04:10:45 AM »
To go up, we have to find our winning combination in the next three games, win one of the next three and then last five ganes W-D-W-D-W will take us up. If in the next three games, the team improves in little in one part of the field, say attacking midfield then I think other areas like the wings would become hard to handle too.

As well as improving, I see the other playoff teams are very dependent on a few players, so while Brentford maybe favourites to win the playoffs, they are also one injury away from being least favourite.

All Fulham have to do to get promoted is play every game better than the one before. Our hope is someone like Knockaert, Onamah, Reid, Cairney or Cav absolutely fire in the last eight games, while the rest of the team maintain at least their current form. If Fulham play well, we don’t have anyone like Wolves that can stop us going up.

If Cav, Cairney, or Knockers can start pinging in some beauties regularly between them, we will win the playoffs. We need others, not just Mitro, to take their chances and we will be fine
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I voted Reed at CM by accident (fat fingered the wrong selection), but I do feel like Christie - Hector - Ream - Odoi it probably our best back four (Bryan or MLM can make appearances as needed for Christie and Ream respectively or as subs), but that the role Arter is currently holding is the issue. A BIG maybe, but if KMAC has it in him, can he play DM and we let Cairney and Reed run rampant as CM/AM partnership? Just a whirlwind thought, I could genuinely be way off because Reed is a great DM.
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General Discussion / Re: When Mitrovic Returns
« Last post by OhConnah on Today at 03:57:59 AM »
He’s been looking fat and aloof lately and at a 100k a week he’s taking the mick, I’d have him polishing AK’s Boots for the time being

Wrong. False. Daft.
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General Discussion / Re: Hector
« Last post by RaySmith on Today at 03:24:24 AM »
I think he still played a big part in us winning those two games.
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General Discussion / Re: Josh Onomah
« Last post by The Rational Fan on Today at 03:07:56 AM »
Arter was one of our best players v Brum do not diss him for no reason.
Josh is sort of nearly good. Needs a bit more motivation and clear tactical guidance.

Arter is on loan and IMO hasn’t shown enough to justify anything more permanent. He’s nearly 31 and on the decline as a player which is probably why he’s no longer at Bournemouth. The focus should be on Onomah who is a permanent Fulham player with loads of potential, has only just turned 23 and is on the up. I’d rather see Josh getting the game time. He’s shown glimpses of his talent and got two massively important match winning goals against Leeds and Birmingham. Deserves to start against Forest.

My estimations are if in the championship we won't have much money in the summer compared to other years, so we will need to upgrade very wisely. If we can find as impressive front-five (like Cav, Onamah, Mitro, Cairney, and Reid) by the end of the season, then recruitment in the summer could be quite focused with a couple of huge upgrades.
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Have we identified the culprit responsible for these signings ?
Quite so comrade Woolly.
However it is dangerous to exposed his identity on here for fear of pages of pro propaganda from his backers who continue to defend the indefensible.

Yes I forgot that the rational fan is still in denial, but we need to prevent him from finding out it was Colonel Mustard with the lead pipe in the study.

Don't worry I have "Thomson and Thompson" on the case to investigate Tony Khan's spending of his inheritance. Their early findings are that TK is wasting some of it on boats, planes and wresling, but he is spending the money on football players so well Shahid Khan should give him much more immediately.

"Thomson and Thompson" are recommending that if we are in the championship next season Shahid Khan should give him another £100m in the summer (plus Trump's accountant to handle FFP) to give FFC a real edge over Nottingham Forest and Derby by buying the "PFA Team of the Year of 2020".

"Thomson and Thompson" understand when you waste half your money, you can fix it by spending triple. I hope Shahid Khan ignores Colonel Mustard's finding and follows "Thomson and Thompson".
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General Discussion / Re: When Mitrovic Returns
« Last post by Big T on Today at 02:21:41 AM »
He’s been looking fat and aloof lately and at a 100k a week he’s taking the mick, I’d have him polishing AK’s Boots for the time being
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Have we identified the culprit responsible for these signings ?
Quite so comrade Woolly.
However it is dangerous to exposed his identity on here for fear of pages of pro propaganda from his backers who continue to defend the indefensible.

Yes I forgot that the rational fan is still in denial, but we need to prevent him from finding out it was Colonel Mustard with the lead pipe in the study.
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