Hoskins booked in for surgery

Will Hoskins gets a consoling word from manager Gus Poyet as he is stretchered off

Will Hoskins gets a consoling word from manager Gus Poyet as he is stretchered off

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Albion's stricken striker Will Hoskins will have an operation in Germany on Monday to repair ruptured cruciate and medial ligaments in his right knee.


  Hoskins sustained the injury during the first half of Tuesday's 1-1 draw against Blackburn at The Amex trying to reach a cross from Leo Ulloa.


  Boss Gus Poyet has reassured Hoskins he recovered from a similar injury at a similar stage of his playing career.


  * See tomorrow's Argus for the full story and Hoskins' contract situation.

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5:49pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Freeloaders says...

Can't post on story so i will put it here.If CKR is found guilty he should be kicked out of football.
Can't post on story so i will put it here.If CKR is found guilty he should be kicked out of football. Freeloaders
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6:11pm Thu 14 Feb 13

wiseman of hove says...

Having advocated for so long for Hosko to get his chance, I was delighted that he started on Tuesday. Now he has to come back from another difficult injury, and I'm sure he will.
I think most fans can appreciate what he has to offer - I look forward to him back at the Amex next season as a Brighton player. Good luck, Will.
Having advocated for so long for Hosko to get his chance, I was delighted that he started on Tuesday. Now he has to come back from another difficult injury, and I'm sure he will. I think most fans can appreciate what he has to offer - I look forward to him back at the Amex next season as a Brighton player. Good luck, Will. wiseman of hove
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6:23pm Thu 14 Feb 13

richardavery says...

Will has had nothing but bad luck since he came to he Albion. Let's hope he makes a quick and full recovery, and we see his full potential at the Amex next season.
Will has had nothing but bad luck since he came to he Albion. Let's hope he makes a quick and full recovery, and we see his full potential at the Amex next season. richardavery
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6:27pm Thu 14 Feb 13

bruce beckett says...

Richardavery

Hoskins is out of contract at the end of this season but, hopefully, he will get the chance to rehab with us in the summer. I still think he has plenty to offer, although I'm not sure he's going to win you promotion to the Premier League.
Richardavery Hoskins is out of contract at the end of this season but, hopefully, he will get the chance to rehab with us in the summer. I still think he has plenty to offer, although I'm not sure he's going to win you promotion to the Premier League. bruce beckett
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6:43pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Lawro was God says...

Deserves a contract for next season. Has shown promise in his limited appearances. Club need to do the right thing by him. Desperately unlucky.
Deserves a contract for next season. Has shown promise in his limited appearances. Club need to do the right thing by him. Desperately unlucky. Lawro was God
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6:44pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Old Scrote of the Amex says...

Freeloaders - there's a reason you can't post on that story!
Freeloaders - there's a reason you can't post on that story! Old Scrote of the Amex
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6:57pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Freeloaders says...

richardavery wrote:
Will has had nothing but bad luck since he came to he Albion. Let's hope he makes a quick and full recovery, and we see his full potential at the Amex next season.
What the same bad luck he had at Watford were the manager called him nothing but trouble.The same luck he had at Bristol Rovers,Notts Forest,and after just a few games at Sheff U on loan.Lol Please the guy has been fit for weeks now has Gus been playing the guy.He will never score the goals to take the club to the prem-league.With his wages his already cost the club 1.5million.Time to call it a day like every other club would.
[quote][p][bold]richardavery[/bold] wrote: Will has had nothing but bad luck since he came to he Albion. Let's hope he makes a quick and full recovery, and we see his full potential at the Amex next season.[/p][/quote]What the same bad luck he had at Watford were the manager called him nothing but trouble.The same luck he had at Bristol Rovers,Notts Forest,and after just a few games at Sheff U on loan.Lol Please the guy has been fit for weeks now has Gus been playing the guy.He will never score the goals to take the club to the prem-league.With his wages his already cost the club 1.5million.Time to call it a day like every other club would. Freeloaders
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7:06pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Tony the tiger eastbourne says...

And your points is Freeloader??
And your points is Freeloader?? Tony the tiger eastbourne
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7:17pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Far gull says...

feel very sorry for the lad , I know treatment better now but may never make the grade at a certain level. Such a shame hope you get back playing football soon Will.
feel very sorry for the lad , I know treatment better now but may never make the grade at a certain level. Such a shame hope you get back playing football soon Will. Far gull
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7:42pm Thu 14 Feb 13

The Phantom says...

Has looked quite decent during his rare appearances without ever really convincing. Hope he gets looked after by the club with a short term contract whilst he rehabilitates - sounds like he may struggle to be fit for the start of next season. Hope he finds a way back but this sort of injury often affects a career further down the road. Good luck Will.
Has looked quite decent during his rare appearances without ever really convincing. Hope he gets looked after by the club with a short term contract whilst he rehabilitates - sounds like he may struggle to be fit for the start of next season. Hope he finds a way back but this sort of injury often affects a career further down the road. Good luck Will. The Phantom
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9:48pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Guernsey gull says...

I may be a bit slow but who is C K R ?
I may be a bit slow but who is C K R ? Guernsey gull
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10:10pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Clean Sheet says...

Guernsey gull wrote:
I may be a bit slow but who is C K R ?
Colin Kazim Richards. Plucked from obscurity by Mark McGoo, and gone back thee via Shef Utd, and Turkey.
[quote][p][bold]Guernsey gull[/bold] wrote: I may be a bit slow but who is C K R ?[/p][/quote]Colin Kazim Richards. Plucked from obscurity by Mark McGoo, and gone back thee via Shef Utd, and Turkey. Clean Sheet
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10:26pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Hovite says...

You can see the disappointment on Hoskins face, you have to feel for the lad.
You can see the disappointment on Hoskins face, you have to feel for the lad. Hovite
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10:42pm Thu 14 Feb 13

keswick says...

Hopefully he will make a full recovery and will get at least a year extension to his contract to get the chance to see what he can contribute.
Hopefully he will make a full recovery and will get at least a year extension to his contract to get the chance to see what he can contribute. keswick
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11:34pm Thu 14 Feb 13

VileFreeloader says...

Freeloaders wrote:
richardavery wrote:
Will has had nothing but bad luck since he came to he Albion. Let's hope he makes a quick and full recovery, and we see his full potential at the Amex next season.
What the same bad luck he had at Watford were the manager called him nothing but trouble.The same luck he had at Bristol Rovers,Notts Forest,and after just a few games at Sheff U on loan.Lol Please the guy has been fit for weeks now has Gus been playing the guy.He will never score the goals to take the club to the prem-league.With his wages his already cost the club 1.5million.Time to call it a day like every other club would.
Flipping hell, if you think Hoskins is on £20k/week you REALLY need to make up some better 'contacts in the game' than you're currently fabricating! Hilarious delusion!
[quote][p][bold]Freeloaders[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]richardavery[/bold] wrote: Will has had nothing but bad luck since he came to he Albion. Let's hope he makes a quick and full recovery, and we see his full potential at the Amex next season.[/p][/quote]What the same bad luck he had at Watford were the manager called him nothing but trouble.The same luck he had at Bristol Rovers,Notts Forest,and after just a few games at Sheff U on loan.Lol Please the guy has been fit for weeks now has Gus been playing the guy.He will never score the goals to take the club to the prem-league.With his wages his already cost the club 1.5million.Time to call it a day like every other club would.[/p][/quote]Flipping hell, if you think Hoskins is on £20k/week you REALLY need to make up some better 'contacts in the game' than you're currently fabricating! Hilarious delusion! VileFreeloader
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12:20am Fri 15 Feb 13

VegasSeagull says...

When Elphick recovered from his long endured injury the promptly left the club, I would not be surprised to see Hoskins do the same.

As we know due to his unfortunate injury he will be out for the rest of the season, and I think his contract expires in June. I don't know how long this type of injury will take to fully heal but one would have to think that preseason training might be doubtful.

Does anyone have an idea as to how long the healing might take, educated guess anyone?




.
When Elphick recovered from his long endured injury the promptly left the club, I would not be surprised to see Hoskins do the same. As we know due to his unfortunate injury he will be out for the rest of the season, and I think his contract expires in June. I don't know how long this type of injury will take to fully heal but one would have to think that preseason training might be doubtful. Does anyone have an idea as to how long the healing might take, educated guess anyone? . VegasSeagull
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12:48am Fri 15 Feb 13

Freeloaders says...

VileFreeloader wrote:
Freeloaders wrote:
richardavery wrote:
Will has had nothing but bad luck since he came to he Albion. Let's hope he makes a quick and full recovery, and we see his full potential at the Amex next season.
What the same bad luck he had at Watford were the manager called him nothing but trouble.The same luck he had at Bristol Rovers,Notts Forest,and after just a few games at Sheff U on loan.Lol Please the guy has been fit for weeks now has Gus been playing the guy.He will never score the goals to take the club to the prem-league.With his wages his already cost the club 1.5million.Time to call it a day like every other club would.
Flipping hell, if you think Hoskins is on £20k/week you REALLY need to make up some better 'contacts in the game' than you're currently fabricating! Hilarious delusion!
Where did i say he was on 20k a week you sad brain dead mug.He cost just under one million to buy before wages you sad little man.
[quote][p][bold]VileFreeloader[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Freeloaders[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]richardavery[/bold] wrote: Will has had nothing but bad luck since he came to he Albion. Let's hope he makes a quick and full recovery, and we see his full potential at the Amex next season.[/p][/quote]What the same bad luck he had at Watford were the manager called him nothing but trouble.The same luck he had at Bristol Rovers,Notts Forest,and after just a few games at Sheff U on loan.Lol Please the guy has been fit for weeks now has Gus been playing the guy.He will never score the goals to take the club to the prem-league.With his wages his already cost the club 1.5million.Time to call it a day like every other club would.[/p][/quote]Flipping hell, if you think Hoskins is on £20k/week you REALLY need to make up some better 'contacts in the game' than you're currently fabricating! Hilarious delusion![/p][/quote]Where did i say he was on 20k a week you sad brain dead mug.He cost just under one million to buy before wages you sad little man. Freeloaders
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12:55am Fri 15 Feb 13

Freeloaders says...

keswick wrote:
Hopefully he will make a full recovery and will get at least a year extension to his contract to get the chance to see what he can contribute.
His been here two years now.I think we have seen what he can contribute.If this football clubs really wants to play in the prem-league this guys not the anser.If that was the best fooball the clubs played in the first 25mins of the game its proved yet again this guy does not score goals at this level,yet alone the prem-league.
[quote][p][bold]keswick[/bold] wrote: Hopefully he will make a full recovery and will get at least a year extension to his contract to get the chance to see what he can contribute.[/p][/quote]His been here two years now.I think we have seen what he can contribute.If this football clubs really wants to play in the prem-league this guys not the anser.If that was the best fooball the clubs played in the first 25mins of the game its proved yet again this guy does not score goals at this level,yet alone the prem-league. Freeloaders
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12:55am Fri 15 Feb 13

Freeloaders says...

keswick wrote:
Hopefully he will make a full recovery and will get at least a year extension to his contract to get the chance to see what he can contribute.
His been here two years now.I think we have seen what he can contribute.If this football clubs really wants to play in the prem-league this guys not the anser.If that was the best fooball the clubs played in the first 25mins of the game its proved yet again this guy does not score goals at this level,yet alone the prem-league.
[quote][p][bold]keswick[/bold] wrote: Hopefully he will make a full recovery and will get at least a year extension to his contract to get the chance to see what he can contribute.[/p][/quote]His been here two years now.I think we have seen what he can contribute.If this football clubs really wants to play in the prem-league this guys not the anser.If that was the best fooball the clubs played in the first 25mins of the game its proved yet again this guy does not score goals at this level,yet alone the prem-league. Freeloaders
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1:06am Fri 15 Feb 13

Freeloaders says...

Hovite wrote:
You can see the disappointment on Hoskins face, you have to feel for the lad.
Why should people feel sorry for him he will still get payed a nice amount of money until his contract run out in June.He only started working hard in training when he knew it was contract time again.Anyway they still have insurance and im sure mugs like you will give the green light to the club to waste another years money on him.His been like this at every other club his been at.Thats why know other clubs wanted to sign him.
[quote][p][bold]Hovite[/bold] wrote: You can see the disappointment on Hoskins face, you have to feel for the lad.[/p][/quote]Why should people feel sorry for him he will still get payed a nice amount of money until his contract run out in June.He only started working hard in training when he knew it was contract time again.Anyway they still have insurance and im sure mugs like you will give the green light to the club to waste another years money on him.His been like this at every other club his been at.Thats why know other clubs wanted to sign him. Freeloaders
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1:23am Fri 15 Feb 13

Freeloaders says...

Most of you seem to think Gus is the best manager in the world and can do know wrong.So please tell me why did Gus not play Hoskins over the last few mths if fit.He was sub often because we have know other real strikers,but at best would only get 10 or 15 mins at the end of the game.Did he ever come on and score apart from that one goal against a very poor NUFC.If Gus thought he was the anser the guy would have been playing every week.Or are you all saying Gus was going out his way not to pick our best striker lol.
Most of you seem to think Gus is the best manager in the world and can do know wrong.So please tell me why did Gus not play Hoskins over the last few mths if fit.He was sub often because we have know other real strikers,but at best would only get 10 or 15 mins at the end of the game.Did he ever come on and score apart from that one goal against a very poor NUFC.If Gus thought he was the anser the guy would have been playing every week.Or are you all saying Gus was going out his way not to pick our best striker lol. Freeloaders
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3:57am Fri 15 Feb 13

mark by the sea says...

VegasSeagull wrote:
When Elphick recovered from his long endured injury the promptly left the club, I would not be surprised to see Hoskins do the same.

As we know due to his unfortunate injury he will be out for the rest of the season, and I think his contract expires in June. I don't know how long this type of injury will take to fully heal but one would have to think that preseason training might be doubtful.

Does anyone have an idea as to how long the healing might take, educated guess anyone?




.
Recovery between 6 - 9months, from the very little we have seen of him, his game is about turning twisting ... Not ever sure a full recovery is certain for players like that.
[quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: When Elphick recovered from his long endured injury the promptly left the club, I would not be surprised to see Hoskins do the same. As we know due to his unfortunate injury he will be out for the rest of the season, and I think his contract expires in June. I don't know how long this type of injury will take to fully heal but one would have to think that preseason training might be doubtful. Does anyone have an idea as to how long the healing might take, educated guess anyone? .[/p][/quote]Recovery between 6 - 9months, from the very little we have seen of him, his game is about turning twisting ... Not ever sure a full recovery is certain for players like that. mark by the sea
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9:16am Fri 15 Feb 13

VileFreeloader says...

Freeloaders wrote:
VileFreeloader wrote:
Freeloaders wrote:
richardavery wrote:
Will has had nothing but bad luck since he came to he Albion. Let's hope he makes a quick and full recovery, and we see his full potential at the Amex next season.
What the same bad luck he had at Watford were the manager called him nothing but trouble.The same luck he had at Bristol Rovers,Notts Forest,and after just a few games at Sheff U on loan.Lol Please the guy has been fit for weeks now has Gus been playing the guy.He will never score the goals to take the club to the prem-league.With his wages his already cost the club 1.5million.Time to call it a day like every other club would.
Flipping hell, if you think Hoskins is on £20k/week you REALLY need to make up some better 'contacts in the game' than you're currently fabricating! Hilarious delusion!
Where did i say he was on 20k a week you sad brain dead mug.He cost just under one million to buy before wages you sad little man.
No he didn't, he cost about half a million, and he's been here LESS than two years. Assuming he is on under 10k/week that brings his total cost to a no more than a million. Your constant claims that a player should be got rid of just because some other clubs haven't come in for him is tiresome and pathetic.
[quote][p][bold]Freeloaders[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]VileFreeloader[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Freeloaders[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]richardavery[/bold] wrote: Will has had nothing but bad luck since he came to he Albion. Let's hope he makes a quick and full recovery, and we see his full potential at the Amex next season.[/p][/quote]What the same bad luck he had at Watford were the manager called him nothing but trouble.The same luck he had at Bristol Rovers,Notts Forest,and after just a few games at Sheff U on loan.Lol Please the guy has been fit for weeks now has Gus been playing the guy.He will never score the goals to take the club to the prem-league.With his wages his already cost the club 1.5million.Time to call it a day like every other club would.[/p][/quote]Flipping hell, if you think Hoskins is on £20k/week you REALLY need to make up some better 'contacts in the game' than you're currently fabricating! Hilarious delusion![/p][/quote]Where did i say he was on 20k a week you sad brain dead mug.He cost just under one million to buy before wages you sad little man.[/p][/quote]No he didn't, he cost about half a million, and he's been here LESS than two years. Assuming he is on under 10k/week that brings his total cost to a no more than a million. Your constant claims that a player should be got rid of just because some other clubs haven't come in for him is tiresome and pathetic. VileFreeloader
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9:19am Fri 15 Feb 13

VileFreeloader says...

Freeloaders wrote:
Hovite wrote:
You can see the disappointment on Hoskins face, you have to feel for the lad.
Why should people feel sorry for him he will still get payed a nice amount of money until his contract run out in June.He only started working hard in training when he knew it was contract time again.Anyway they still have insurance and im sure mugs like you will give the green light to the club to waste another years money on him.His been like this at every other club his been at.Thats why know other clubs wanted to sign him.
Why should people feel sorry for a man who has just ruptured two ligaments in his knee? Hmm, let me see. BECAUSE HE'S RUPTURED KNEE LIGAMENTS, YOU UNSYMPATHETIC AND VERY BITTER, SAD OLD MAN.
[quote][p][bold]Freeloaders[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hovite[/bold] wrote: You can see the disappointment on Hoskins face, you have to feel for the lad.[/p][/quote]Why should people feel sorry for him he will still get payed a nice amount of money until his contract run out in June.He only started working hard in training when he knew it was contract time again.Anyway they still have insurance and im sure mugs like you will give the green light to the club to waste another years money on him.His been like this at every other club his been at.Thats why know other clubs wanted to sign him.[/p][/quote]Why should people feel sorry for a man who has just ruptured two ligaments in his knee? Hmm, let me see. BECAUSE HE'S RUPTURED KNEE LIGAMENTS, YOU UNSYMPATHETIC AND VERY BITTER, SAD OLD MAN. VileFreeloader
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9:40am Fri 15 Feb 13

Old Scrote of the Amex says...

mark by the sea wrote:
VegasSeagull wrote:
When Elphick recovered from his long endured injury the promptly left the club, I would not be surprised to see Hoskins do the same.

As we know due to his unfortunate injury he will be out for the rest of the season, and I think his contract expires in June. I don't know how long this type of injury will take to fully heal but one would have to think that preseason training might be doubtful.

Does anyone have an idea as to how long the healing might take, educated guess anyone?




.
Recovery between 6 - 9months, from the very little we have seen of him, his game is about turning twisting ... Not ever sure a full recovery is certain for players like that.
A lot depends on how bad the the ruptures are. These surgeons in Germany are reckoned to be among the very best, so if anyone can get him playing again, it is them. I still play and it's always in the back of my mind that I could get that kind of injury... poor lad.
[quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: When Elphick recovered from his long endured injury the promptly left the club, I would not be surprised to see Hoskins do the same. As we know due to his unfortunate injury he will be out for the rest of the season, and I think his contract expires in June. I don't know how long this type of injury will take to fully heal but one would have to think that preseason training might be doubtful. Does anyone have an idea as to how long the healing might take, educated guess anyone? .[/p][/quote]Recovery between 6 - 9months, from the very little we have seen of him, his game is about turning twisting ... Not ever sure a full recovery is certain for players like that.[/p][/quote]A lot depends on how bad the the ruptures are. These surgeons in Germany are reckoned to be among the very best, so if anyone can get him playing again, it is them. I still play and it's always in the back of my mind that I could get that kind of injury... poor lad. Old Scrote of the Amex
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12:45pm Fri 15 Feb 13

VegasSeagull says...

Thanks to those that answered my question re- healing time.

Mr. Freeloader, to quote my old mom, 'you could test the patience of a saint.'

You have this unmovable idea that if others don't clamour for a player's services it must prove that he isn't any good. We bought TK, possibly the best shot stopper in our division, who did we have to out bid to get him?
We signed Bridcutt, do you recall Brighton having to fight off other suitors such as, Yeovil, Watford or Stockport, clubs that he played for before coming to us, I don't.

You often say that this player or that player was let go by his club because, 'they knew about him, they couldn't wait to get him off their books,' well TK and Bridcutt were let go so what does that say about them?

Freeloader there doesn't, 'have,' to be a bidding war to prove, or disprove, the value or talent of a player. Michu is the perfect example.
Some players are the subject of a bidding war and get bought for inflated prices and turn out not to be a success, Andy Carroll for example, Zaha might not make it at Man United, others have gone there for big money only to be sold a while later, Park could be seen as one of those.

Every time a player is bought no matter who is buying or what fee is paid, has a certain element of a gamble about it, Peter Ward went to Forest and it didn't happen for him there but look how good he was for us.
Thanks to those that answered my question re- healing time. Mr. Freeloader, to quote my old mom, 'you could test the patience of a saint.' You have this unmovable idea that if others don't clamour for a player's services it must prove that he isn't any good. We bought TK, possibly the best shot stopper in our division, who did we have to out bid to get him? We signed Bridcutt, do you recall Brighton having to fight off other suitors such as, Yeovil, Watford or Stockport, clubs that he played for before coming to us, I don't. You often say that this player or that player was let go by his club because, 'they knew about him, they couldn't wait to get him off their books,' well TK and Bridcutt were let go so what does that say about them? Freeloader there doesn't, 'have,' to be a bidding war to prove, or disprove, the value or talent of a player. Michu is the perfect example. Some players are the subject of a bidding war and get bought for inflated prices and turn out not to be a success, Andy Carroll for example, Zaha might not make it at Man United, others have gone there for big money only to be sold a while later, Park could be seen as one of those. Every time a player is bought no matter who is buying or what fee is paid, has a certain element of a gamble about it, Peter Ward went to Forest and it didn't happen for him there but look how good he was for us. VegasSeagull
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1:22pm Fri 15 Feb 13

Tommy11 says...

I don't k now why everybody gangs up on Freeloader all the time, it's like being at school!!! its all really silly.

Look, I know Feeloader can come across a bit aggressive at times in his tone - but he does have a point and is entitled to his opinions.

Firstly, I just want to say that I wish WH a speedy recovery as he must be so frustrated. He deserves a footballing career as he does have some talent and is a good ball player.

BUT, is it with BHA?? I don't think it is. In hindsight, he has been a total disaster. Full of injurys (not his fault I know) However, this is the same guy who wanted out last season becuse he was 'homesick' and basically slagged the club off when he thought his move to the blades was becoming permanent. He only came back because he was injured...again.

In regards to his performances?? well..in honesty not good at all..in fact boardaline rubbish. Yes, he scored against NUFC, but i would have tucked that away - most of us would have on this site. People get so carried away here is incredible just because he scored against NUFC. Someone above said he was playing well against Blackburn? come on... he hardly touched it!!

I do wish WH a speedy recovery as he must be so down about this - but lets not carried away and start saying ' give him another contract'

Come on & get real - he has not been good for BHA - simple as that.
I don't k now why everybody gangs up on Freeloader all the time, it's like being at school!!! its all really silly. Look, I know Feeloader can come across a bit aggressive at times in his tone - but he does have a point and is entitled to his opinions. Firstly, I just want to say that I wish WH a speedy recovery as he must be so frustrated. He deserves a footballing career as he does have some talent and is a good ball player. BUT, is it with BHA?? I don't think it is. In hindsight, he has been a total disaster. Full of injurys (not his fault I know) However, this is the same guy who wanted out last season becuse he was 'homesick' and basically slagged the club off when he thought his move to the blades was becoming permanent. He only came back because he was injured...again. In regards to his performances?? well..in honesty not good at all..in fact boardaline rubbish. Yes, he scored against NUFC, but i would have tucked that away - most of us would have on this site. People get so carried away here is incredible just because he scored against NUFC. Someone above said he was playing well against Blackburn? come on... he hardly touched it!! I do wish WH a speedy recovery as he must be so down about this - but lets not carried away and start saying ' give him another contract' Come on & get real - he has not been good for BHA - simple as that. Tommy11
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1:37pm Fri 15 Feb 13

Jonathan Mouette says...

Tommy11 wrote:
I don't k now why everybody gangs up on Freeloader all the time, it's like being at school!!! its all really silly.

Look, I know Feeloader can come across a bit aggressive at times in his tone - but he does have a point and is entitled to his opinions.

Firstly, I just want to say that I wish WH a speedy recovery as he must be so frustrated. He deserves a footballing career as he does have some talent and is a good ball player.

BUT, is it with BHA?? I don't think it is. In hindsight, he has been a total disaster. Full of injurys (not his fault I know) However, this is the same guy who wanted out last season becuse he was 'homesick' and basically slagged the club off when he thought his move to the blades was becoming permanent. He only came back because he was injured...again.

In regards to his performances?? well..in honesty not good at all..in fact boardaline rubbish. Yes, he scored against NUFC, but i would have tucked that away - most of us would have on this site. People get so carried away here is incredible just because he scored against NUFC. Someone above said he was playing well against Blackburn? come on... he hardly touched it!!

I do wish WH a speedy recovery as he must be so down about this - but lets not carried away and start saying ' give him another contract'

Come on & get real - he has not been good for BHA - simple as that.
I take it you seriously think the sun shines out of Barnes' a**e...! The temptation to sling in a cheap insult after that comment is very compelling but I think the comment probably says it all.
[quote][p][bold]Tommy11[/bold] wrote: I don't k now why everybody gangs up on Freeloader all the time, it's like being at school!!! its all really silly. Look, I know Feeloader can come across a bit aggressive at times in his tone - but he does have a point and is entitled to his opinions. Firstly, I just want to say that I wish WH a speedy recovery as he must be so frustrated. He deserves a footballing career as he does have some talent and is a good ball player. BUT, is it with BHA?? I don't think it is. In hindsight, he has been a total disaster. Full of injurys (not his fault I know) However, this is the same guy who wanted out last season becuse he was 'homesick' and basically slagged the club off when he thought his move to the blades was becoming permanent. He only came back because he was injured...again. In regards to his performances?? well..in honesty not good at all..in fact boardaline rubbish. Yes, he scored against NUFC, but i would have tucked that away - most of us would have on this site. People get so carried away here is incredible just because he scored against NUFC. Someone above said he was playing well against Blackburn? come on... he hardly touched it!! I do wish WH a speedy recovery as he must be so down about this - but lets not carried away and start saying ' give him another contract' Come on & get real - he has not been good for BHA - simple as that.[/p][/quote]I take it you seriously think the sun shines out of Barnes' a**e...! The temptation to sling in a cheap insult after that comment is very compelling but I think the comment probably says it all. Jonathan Mouette
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1:44pm Fri 15 Feb 13

VegasSeagull says...

Tommy I am not, ganging up, on Freeloader I am simply offering a comment on his opiions, that is what this site is all about, isn't it. He and I have done this many times before.

To your point, yes I agree that Hoskins has not really proved much over the last months, and as you say that might not be all his fault.
I have said this before, and Gus is confirming it, the training ground is where you earn your right to start matches. Gus tells us that Hoskins was now producing in training and that that is what got him his start, to me that kinda suggests that he hasn't produced in recent past months.

Is the lad good enough to stay, hard to say on the limited time he has had to show his worth. Training ground performances might say no, silky skills displayed in the cameo appearances he has had, might say one more year.
My gut feeling is that the lad will want to go if only to get regular playing time.

If he gets fit and has the chance to change clubs I would suggest that Swindon is where he should look to go, Paolo Di Canio is a good manager and he will get Swindon promoted this season, IMHO.
Tommy I am not, ganging up, on Freeloader I am simply offering a comment on his opiions, that is what this site is all about, isn't it. He and I have done this many times before. To your point, yes I agree that Hoskins has not really proved much over the last months, and as you say that might not be all his fault. I have said this before, and Gus is confirming it, the training ground is where you earn your right to start matches. Gus tells us that Hoskins was now producing in training and that that is what got him his start, to me that kinda suggests that he hasn't produced in recent past months. Is the lad good enough to stay, hard to say on the limited time he has had to show his worth. Training ground performances might say no, silky skills displayed in the cameo appearances he has had, might say one more year. My gut feeling is that the lad will want to go if only to get regular playing time. If he gets fit and has the chance to change clubs I would suggest that Swindon is where he should look to go, Paolo Di Canio is a good manager and he will get Swindon promoted this season, IMHO. VegasSeagull
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2:14pm Fri 15 Feb 13

Tommy11 says...

Jonathan Mouette wrote:
Tommy11 wrote: I don't k now why everybody gangs up on Freeloader all the time, it's like being at school!!! its all really silly. Look, I know Feeloader can come across a bit aggressive at times in his tone - but he does have a point and is entitled to his opinions. Firstly, I just want to say that I wish WH a speedy recovery as he must be so frustrated. He deserves a footballing career as he does have some talent and is a good ball player. BUT, is it with BHA?? I don't think it is. In hindsight, he has been a total disaster. Full of injurys (not his fault I know) However, this is the same guy who wanted out last season becuse he was 'homesick' and basically slagged the club off when he thought his move to the blades was becoming permanent. He only came back because he was injured...again. In regards to his performances?? well..in honesty not good at all..in fact boardaline rubbish. Yes, he scored against NUFC, but i would have tucked that away - most of us would have on this site. People get so carried away here is incredible just because he scored against NUFC. Someone above said he was playing well against Blackburn? come on... he hardly touched it!! I do wish WH a speedy recovery as he must be so down about this - but lets not carried away and start saying ' give him another contract' Come on & get real - he has not been good for BHA - simple as that.
I take it you seriously think the sun shines out of Barnes' a**e...! The temptation to sling in a cheap insult after that comment is very compelling but I think the comment probably says it all.
Whatever Jon....

It was not an insult.. just opinion.

No, I have never been a Barnes fan either if you must know!!
[quote][p][bold]Jonathan Mouette[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tommy11[/bold] wrote: I don't k now why everybody gangs up on Freeloader all the time, it's like being at school!!! its all really silly. Look, I know Feeloader can come across a bit aggressive at times in his tone - but he does have a point and is entitled to his opinions. Firstly, I just want to say that I wish WH a speedy recovery as he must be so frustrated. He deserves a footballing career as he does have some talent and is a good ball player. BUT, is it with BHA?? I don't think it is. In hindsight, he has been a total disaster. Full of injurys (not his fault I know) However, this is the same guy who wanted out last season becuse he was 'homesick' and basically slagged the club off when he thought his move to the blades was becoming permanent. He only came back because he was injured...again. In regards to his performances?? well..in honesty not good at all..in fact boardaline rubbish. Yes, he scored against NUFC, but i would have tucked that away - most of us would have on this site. People get so carried away here is incredible just because he scored against NUFC. Someone above said he was playing well against Blackburn? come on... he hardly touched it!! I do wish WH a speedy recovery as he must be so down about this - but lets not carried away and start saying ' give him another contract' Come on & get real - he has not been good for BHA - simple as that.[/p][/quote]I take it you seriously think the sun shines out of Barnes' a**e...! The temptation to sling in a cheap insult after that comment is very compelling but I think the comment probably says it all.[/p][/quote]Whatever Jon.... It was not an insult.. just opinion. No, I have never been a Barnes fan either if you must know!! Tommy11
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3:30pm Fri 15 Feb 13

Jonathan Mouette says...

Apologies; nevertheless I still think you're wrong about WH.
Apologies; nevertheless I still think you're wrong about WH. Jonathan Mouette
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4:05pm Fri 15 Feb 13

Tommy11 says...

Jonathan Mouette wrote:
Apologies; nevertheless I still think you're wrong about WH.
Back up your argument then Jonny Boy.....
[quote][p][bold]Jonathan Mouette[/bold] wrote: Apologies; nevertheless I still think you're wrong about WH.[/p][/quote]Back up your argument then Jonny Boy..... Tommy11
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4:37pm Fri 15 Feb 13

Freeloaders says...

VegasSeagull wrote:
Tommy I am not, ganging up, on Freeloader I am simply offering a comment on his opiions, that is what this site is all about, isn't it. He and I have done this many times before.

To your point, yes I agree that Hoskins has not really proved much over the last months, and as you say that might not be all his fault.
I have said this before, and Gus is confirming it, the training ground is where you earn your right to start matches. Gus tells us that Hoskins was now producing in training and that that is what got him his start, to me that kinda suggests that he hasn't produced in recent past months.

Is the lad good enough to stay, hard to say on the limited time he has had to show his worth. Training ground performances might say no, silky skills displayed in the cameo appearances he has had, might say one more year.
My gut feeling is that the lad will want to go if only to get regular playing time.

If he gets fit and has the chance to change clubs I would suggest that Swindon is where he should look to go, Paolo Di Canio is a good manager and he will get Swindon promoted this season, IMHO.
So Mr,Vegas you get my point about training.Or more to the point you can read into what Gus is saying.Now also try and understand what i mean when i say know other club is after a player.Take Chris Wood so many clubs were after the guy it gets into the press,but then the press also get to here from staff at clubs and the many scouts what they think about players.Lets face it Hoskins has had many clubs for such a young player.Now a player like Bridcutt only really had Chelsea.When he left them the word was he would do very well in div one or the championship.But i can't remember many good words about Anton Rodgers.See 9 times out of 10 these guys get it spot on about a player.How many young players that the Albion have let go in the last 5 years have gone on to bigger and better things ha?
[quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: Tommy I am not, ganging up, on Freeloader I am simply offering a comment on his opiions, that is what this site is all about, isn't it. He and I have done this many times before. To your point, yes I agree that Hoskins has not really proved much over the last months, and as you say that might not be all his fault. I have said this before, and Gus is confirming it, the training ground is where you earn your right to start matches. Gus tells us that Hoskins was now producing in training and that that is what got him his start, to me that kinda suggests that he hasn't produced in recent past months. Is the lad good enough to stay, hard to say on the limited time he has had to show his worth. Training ground performances might say no, silky skills displayed in the cameo appearances he has had, might say one more year. My gut feeling is that the lad will want to go if only to get regular playing time. If he gets fit and has the chance to change clubs I would suggest that Swindon is where he should look to go, Paolo Di Canio is a good manager and he will get Swindon promoted this season, IMHO.[/p][/quote]So Mr,Vegas you get my point about training.Or more to the point you can read into what Gus is saying.Now also try and understand what i mean when i say know other club is after a player.Take Chris Wood so many clubs were after the guy it gets into the press,but then the press also get to here from staff at clubs and the many scouts what they think about players.Lets face it Hoskins has had many clubs for such a young player.Now a player like Bridcutt only really had Chelsea.When he left them the word was he would do very well in div one or the championship.But i can't remember many good words about Anton Rodgers.See 9 times out of 10 these guys get it spot on about a player.How many young players that the Albion have let go in the last 5 years have gone on to bigger and better things ha? Freeloaders
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4:45pm Fri 15 Feb 13

Freeloaders says...

Thanks for your help Tommy 11.Im glad someone has the brain to understand my point.I hope you also notice that a lot of them are just one person.MBTS and Vegas are the only ones that play with the one name on here.
Thanks for your help Tommy 11.Im glad someone has the brain to understand my point.I hope you also notice that a lot of them are just one person.MBTS and Vegas are the only ones that play with the one name on here. Freeloaders
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5:28pm Fri 15 Feb 13

Old Scrote of the Amex says...

Freeloaders wrote:
Thanks for your help Tommy 11.Im glad someone has the brain to understand my point.I hope you also notice that a lot of them are just one person.MBTS and Vegas are the only ones that play with the one name on here.
It's shame you don't have the brain to understand anyone else's viewpoint. You just call everyone a brain dead mug rather than discuss the issue. And there may be a few posters on here who use multiple pseudonyms, but by and large that is limited to the numerous trolls we are subject to.
[quote][p][bold]Freeloaders[/bold] wrote: Thanks for your help Tommy 11.Im glad someone has the brain to understand my point.I hope you also notice that a lot of them are just one person.MBTS and Vegas are the only ones that play with the one name on here.[/p][/quote]It's shame you don't have the brain to understand anyone else's viewpoint. You just call everyone a brain dead mug rather than discuss the issue. And there may be a few posters on here who use multiple pseudonyms, but by and large that is limited to the numerous trolls we are subject to. Old Scrote of the Amex
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5:56pm Fri 15 Feb 13

Freeloaders says...

Old Scrote of the Amex wrote:
Freeloaders wrote:
Thanks for your help Tommy 11.Im glad someone has the brain to understand my point.I hope you also notice that a lot of them are just one person.MBTS and Vegas are the only ones that play with the one name on here.
It's shame you don't have the brain to understand anyone else's viewpoint. You just call everyone a brain dead mug rather than discuss the issue. And there may be a few posters on here who use multiple pseudonyms, but by and large that is limited to the numerous trolls we are subject to.
Get a life Hovite,Brighton up,Vile freeloader.Yes your all one person old scrote.
[quote][p][bold]Old Scrote of the Amex[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Freeloaders[/bold] wrote: Thanks for your help Tommy 11.Im glad someone has the brain to understand my point.I hope you also notice that a lot of them are just one person.MBTS and Vegas are the only ones that play with the one name on here.[/p][/quote]It's shame you don't have the brain to understand anyone else's viewpoint. You just call everyone a brain dead mug rather than discuss the issue. And there may be a few posters on here who use multiple pseudonyms, but by and large that is limited to the numerous trolls we are subject to.[/p][/quote]Get a life Hovite,Brighton up,Vile freeloader.Yes your all one person old scrote. Freeloaders
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6:01pm Fri 15 Feb 13

Old Scrote of the Amex says...

Freeloaders wrote:
Old Scrote of the Amex wrote:
Freeloaders wrote:
Thanks for your help Tommy 11.Im glad someone has the brain to understand my point.I hope you also notice that a lot of them are just one person.MBTS and Vegas are the only ones that play with the one name on here.
It's shame you don't have the brain to understand anyone else's viewpoint. You just call everyone a brain dead mug rather than discuss the issue. And there may be a few posters on here who use multiple pseudonyms, but by and large that is limited to the numerous trolls we are subject to.
Get a life Hovite,Brighton up,Vile freeloader.Yes your all one person old scrote.
I am none of those - sigh... Hovite I presume lives in Hove (or at least hails from there), Brighton Up likewise - I am from nowhere near Brighton/Hove. I presume Vile Freeloader is, I further presume, someone irritated by you to the point of screaming (yes, there are more than one of us!) but could equally be YOU using a different name. What a horrible, nasty, spiteful and extremely bitter little man you are.
[quote][p][bold]Freeloaders[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Old Scrote of the Amex[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Freeloaders[/bold] wrote: Thanks for your help Tommy 11.Im glad someone has the brain to understand my point.I hope you also notice that a lot of them are just one person.MBTS and Vegas are the only ones that play with the one name on here.[/p][/quote]It's shame you don't have the brain to understand anyone else's viewpoint. You just call everyone a brain dead mug rather than discuss the issue. And there may be a few posters on here who use multiple pseudonyms, but by and large that is limited to the numerous trolls we are subject to.[/p][/quote]Get a life Hovite,Brighton up,Vile freeloader.Yes your all one person old scrote.[/p][/quote]I am none of those - sigh... Hovite I presume lives in Hove (or at least hails from there), Brighton Up likewise - I am from nowhere near Brighton/Hove. I presume Vile Freeloader is, I further presume, someone irritated by you to the point of screaming (yes, there are more than one of us!) but could equally be YOU using a different name. What a horrible, nasty, spiteful and extremely bitter little man you are. Old Scrote of the Amex
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6:34pm Fri 15 Feb 13

Freeloaders says...

It really gets to you don't it you sad little man.Where are their posts then,its not getting to them like it is you.Why is that ha."Because you have know life,and can only care about a rubbish young footballer that don't even know you,or would even give you a second thought."You even keep going back to old storys so you can get the last word in,or so you think lol.
It really gets to you don't it you sad little man.Where are their posts then,its not getting to them like it is you.Why is that ha."Because you have know life,and can only care about a rubbish young footballer that don't even know you,or would even give you a second thought."You even keep going back to old storys so you can get the last word in,or so you think lol. Freeloaders
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7:13pm Fri 15 Feb 13

Old Scrote of the Amex says...

Freeloaders wrote:
It really gets to you don't it you sad little man.Where are their posts then,its not getting to them like it is you.Why is that ha."Because you have know life,and can only care about a rubbish young footballer that don't even know you,or would even give you a second thought."You even keep going back to old storys so you can get the last word in,or so you think lol.
I don't know where their posts are, I don't know them. Maybe they've got bored of your rants and self-promotion? Who knows? Let me know if you need that explained further - I'm not sure it's quite sunk in yet.

Anyway, to change subject from quite such a tedious and strange man, now that Hoskins has got his surgery booked, I presume he will be given a pre-season and then maybe a month to month contract to prove his fitness, in the same way Navarro did. Hosko is still worth a place in the squad, even as cover from the bench.
[quote][p][bold]Freeloaders[/bold] wrote: It really gets to you don't it you sad little man.Where are their posts then,its not getting to them like it is you.Why is that ha."Because you have know life,and can only care about a rubbish young footballer that don't even know you,or would even give you a second thought."You even keep going back to old storys so you can get the last word in,or so you think lol.[/p][/quote]I don't know where their posts are, I don't know them. Maybe they've got bored of your rants and self-promotion? Who knows? Let me know if you need that explained further - I'm not sure it's quite sunk in yet. Anyway, to change subject from quite such a tedious and strange man, now that Hoskins has got his surgery booked, I presume he will be given a pre-season and then maybe a month to month contract to prove his fitness, in the same way Navarro did. Hosko is still worth a place in the squad, even as cover from the bench. Old Scrote of the Amex
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8:26pm Fri 15 Feb 13

Freeloaders says...

Old Scrote of the Amex wrote:
Freeloaders wrote:
It really gets to you don't it you sad little man.Where are their posts then,its not getting to them like it is you.Why is that ha."Because you have know life,and can only care about a rubbish young footballer that don't even know you,or would even give you a second thought."You even keep going back to old storys so you can get the last word in,or so you think lol.
I don't know where their posts are, I don't know them. Maybe they've got bored of your rants and self-promotion? Who knows? Let me know if you need that explained further - I'm not sure it's quite sunk in yet.

Anyway, to change subject from quite such a tedious and strange man, now that Hoskins has got his surgery booked, I presume he will be given a pre-season and then maybe a month to month contract to prove his fitness, in the same way Navarro did. Hosko is still worth a place in the squad, even as cover from the bench.
You sad man on one of the other posts storys you have said Hoskins must have slept with my wife."100% the same thing Hovite said to me a few weeks back when he lost talking about Mr,Hoskins to me."You vile sick small minded little man,its so 100% clear it you Hovite.Anyway i think my wifes a bit to old for him,but she said to thank you still,and said yes please his a good looking boy.
[quote][p][bold]Old Scrote of the Amex[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Freeloaders[/bold] wrote: It really gets to you don't it you sad little man.Where are their posts then,its not getting to them like it is you.Why is that ha."Because you have know life,and can only care about a rubbish young footballer that don't even know you,or would even give you a second thought."You even keep going back to old storys so you can get the last word in,or so you think lol.[/p][/quote]I don't know where their posts are, I don't know them. Maybe they've got bored of your rants and self-promotion? Who knows? Let me know if you need that explained further - I'm not sure it's quite sunk in yet. Anyway, to change subject from quite such a tedious and strange man, now that Hoskins has got his surgery booked, I presume he will be given a pre-season and then maybe a month to month contract to prove his fitness, in the same way Navarro did. Hosko is still worth a place in the squad, even as cover from the bench.[/p][/quote]You sad man on one of the other posts storys you have said Hoskins must have slept with my wife."100% the same thing Hovite said to me a few weeks back when he lost talking about Mr,Hoskins to me."You vile sick small minded little man,its so 100% clear it you Hovite.Anyway i think my wifes a bit to old for him,but she said to thank you still,and said yes please his a good looking boy. Freeloaders
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8:28pm Fri 15 Feb 13

WiseOldSeagull says...

Old Scrote of the Amex wrote:
Freeloaders wrote:
It really gets to you don't it you sad little man.Where are their posts then,its not getting to them like it is you.Why is that ha."Because you have know life,and can only care about a rubbish young footballer that don't even know you,or would even give you a second thought."You even keep going back to old storys so you can get the last word in,or so you think lol.
I don't know where their posts are, I don't know them. Maybe they've got bored of your rants and self-promotion? Who knows? Let me know if you need that explained further - I'm not sure it's quite sunk in yet.

Anyway, to change subject from quite such a tedious and strange man, now that Hoskins has got his surgery booked, I presume he will be given a pre-season and then maybe a month to month contract to prove his fitness, in the same way Navarro did. Hosko is still worth a place in the squad, even as cover from the bench.
Only if we're in the Championship Scrote. There aren't many that have come back to their previous best after cruciate problems. It has a terrific mental effect also. Only the very best professionals manage it. GP springs to mind.
[quote][p][bold]Old Scrote of the Amex[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Freeloaders[/bold] wrote: It really gets to you don't it you sad little man.Where are their posts then,its not getting to them like it is you.Why is that ha."Because you have know life,and can only care about a rubbish young footballer that don't even know you,or would even give you a second thought."You even keep going back to old storys so you can get the last word in,or so you think lol.[/p][/quote]I don't know where their posts are, I don't know them. Maybe they've got bored of your rants and self-promotion? Who knows? Let me know if you need that explained further - I'm not sure it's quite sunk in yet. Anyway, to change subject from quite such a tedious and strange man, now that Hoskins has got his surgery booked, I presume he will be given a pre-season and then maybe a month to month contract to prove his fitness, in the same way Navarro did. Hosko is still worth a place in the squad, even as cover from the bench.[/p][/quote]Only if we're in the Championship Scrote. There aren't many that have come back to their previous best after cruciate problems. It has a terrific mental effect also. Only the very best professionals manage it. GP springs to mind. WiseOldSeagull
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8:36pm Fri 15 Feb 13

Freeloaders says...

WiseOldSeagull wrote:
Old Scrote of the Amex wrote:
Freeloaders wrote:
It really gets to you don't it you sad little man.Where are their posts then,its not getting to them like it is you.Why is that ha."Because you have know life,and can only care about a rubbish young footballer that don't even know you,or would even give you a second thought."You even keep going back to old storys so you can get the last word in,or so you think lol.
I don't know where their posts are, I don't know them. Maybe they've got bored of your rants and self-promotion? Who knows? Let me know if you need that explained further - I'm not sure it's quite sunk in yet.

Anyway, to change subject from quite such a tedious and strange man, now that Hoskins has got his surgery booked, I presume he will be given a pre-season and then maybe a month to month contract to prove his fitness, in the same way Navarro did. Hosko is still worth a place in the squad, even as cover from the bench.
Only if we're in the Championship Scrote. There aren't many that have come back to their previous best after cruciate problems. It has a terrific mental effect also. Only the very best professionals manage it. GP springs to mind.
His only a good division one player at best.He would never get the goals to take the club to the prem-league.Not even before this injury.Its over now lets some other club pay him.
[quote][p][bold]WiseOldSeagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Old Scrote of the Amex[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Freeloaders[/bold] wrote: It really gets to you don't it you sad little man.Where are their posts then,its not getting to them like it is you.Why is that ha."Because you have know life,and can only care about a rubbish young footballer that don't even know you,or would even give you a second thought."You even keep going back to old storys so you can get the last word in,or so you think lol.[/p][/quote]I don't know where their posts are, I don't know them. Maybe they've got bored of your rants and self-promotion? Who knows? Let me know if you need that explained further - I'm not sure it's quite sunk in yet. Anyway, to change subject from quite such a tedious and strange man, now that Hoskins has got his surgery booked, I presume he will be given a pre-season and then maybe a month to month contract to prove his fitness, in the same way Navarro did. Hosko is still worth a place in the squad, even as cover from the bench.[/p][/quote]Only if we're in the Championship Scrote. There aren't many that have come back to their previous best after cruciate problems. It has a terrific mental effect also. Only the very best professionals manage it. GP springs to mind.[/p][/quote]His only a good division one player at best.He would never get the goals to take the club to the prem-league.Not even before this injury.Its over now lets some other club pay him. Freeloaders
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