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    All I've ever seen of him his kicking that water bottle and having a row with Di Canio.

    So I think he's bastard enough for us and anyone who disagrees with Di Canio is alright by me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bhastings316 View Post
    All I've ever seen of him his kicking that water bottle and having a row with Di Canio.

    So I think he's bastard enough for us and anyone who disagrees with Di Canio is alright by me.
    That di Canio incident would have ruined the careers and confidence of most goalkeepers.

    He was only 19 at the time and the manager just hauled him off after about 20 minutes and made him publicly apologize afterwards.

    Gotta be pretty mentally strong to be able to deal with that.

    And you wonder why Di Canio hasn't got a job since Sunderland.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rzarecteh View Post
    That di Canio incident would have ruined the careers and confidence of most goalkeepers.

    He was only 19 at the time and the manager just hauled him off after about 20 minutes and made him publicly apologize afterwards.

    Gotta be pretty mentally strong to be able to deal with that.

    And you wonder why Di Canio hasn't got a job since Sunderland.
    The incident was off the back of about 8 clean sheets in a row too. It's quite amusing that Di Canio was trying to exert power but ended up looking weak, like a helpless little fascist chipmunk.


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    One of our favourite ITKers reckons Adam Federici was/is having a medical this afternoon...


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    Quote Originally Posted by J'Psycho'C66 View Post
    One of our favourite ITKers reckons Adam Federici was/is having a medical this afternoon...
    My favourite memory of him is Forest away to Reading in 2011, when he blootered a clearance smack against the retreating Robert Earnshaw's buttocks, the Forest man then being presented with the easiest tap-in you'll ever see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent Penguin View Post
    I suspect the 14% that vote 'yes, price doesn't matter' are fellow Reds. LOL.


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    The 'yes for a good price' which is 60% of the vote, could be a deal worth 800k given rangers history of selling.


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    If we're interested in fodringham i've got a feeling Rangers won't let us have there pants down on this one like we did with McKay.


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    I don't know much about Foderingham but Rangers posters are suggesting that he isn't particularly good at taking crosses. With our defending at the moment that would be a bad signing. One Rangers poster identified Tim Krul as a possible replacement if Foderingham did come here. I think Tim Krul could be a good shout and I gather he is 6ft 5ins which would help.


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    Be an interesting one if we do go for Foderingham. No doubt a quality keeper, but would say more about rangers inability to attract talent than our ability to sign it


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    He's keeping Rangers in it at the moment!


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    Rangers would rinse us off after the McKay debacle and make sure we pay for double or triple the price


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    Heard yesterday from Rangers insider that a swap for Foderingham and Cummings was on the cards.

    Would suit both parties. Maybe a loan rather than a sale.

    Of course, this mornings news likely to have an impact.


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    Default Re: Wes Foderingham

    Scrub this now


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    Quote Originally Posted by redodare View Post
    Heard yesterday from Rangers insider that a swap for Foderingham and Cummings was on the cards.

    Would suit both parties. Maybe a loan rather than a sale.

    Of course, this mornings news likely to have an impact.
    As this was a Warburton Team proposed deal I think it might well have hit the buffers.
    As for shedding Cummings - I think that the lad needs a run of starts in the first team.
    Him alongside Brereton or Vellios (who he?) could be a decent front strike partnership - providing we keep the high energy midfield we had at Leeds.
    McKay should make way for Cummings - give Cummings at least 5 starts!
    Play 4-4-2 with Cash, Bridcutt, Dowell (or Bamford!!) and Osborne in midfield.
    Are you listening Gary - you know we make a great team, you and I.


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    Can he play manager?

    (And DOF?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Sinister View Post
    As this was a Warburton Team proposed deal I think it might well have hit the buffers.
    As for shedding Cummings - I think that the lad needs a run of starts in the first team.
    Him alongside Brereton or Vellios (who he?) could be a decent front strike partnership - providing we keep the high energy midfield we had at Leeds.
    McKay should make way for Cummings - give Cummings at least 5 starts!
    Play 4-4-2 with Cash, Bridcutt, Dowell (or Bamford!!) and Osborne in midfield.
    Are you listening Gary - you know we make a great team, you and I.
    I'm gonna stick my neck out & suggest Cummins might struggle at this level.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MASE View Post
    I'm gonna stick my neck out & suggest Cummins might struggle at this level.
    I think you are right in your assessment of him, but the lad has been brought in and before he is canned, surely a run of games in the position he prefers should be allowed.


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    I thought Cummings would do well because of his movement and work rate that I saw in pre-season.

    Have my doubts now though, because technically he looks so poor. Snatches at every chance (weird for a goalscorer), maybe it's a confidence thing.


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    I'm sure the new bloke will sort that.

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