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    Default Re: Keinan Vincent Joseph Davis

    Leave it to Coops.

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    Default Re: Keinan Vincent Joseph Davis

    Quote Originally Posted by lavelleuk View Post
    I've seen Forest teams where you wouldn't actually want any of the strikers to start lol. Derbyshire, Miller, I loved him first time but the returning Harewood, Daddi, American guy who's name I forget etc.

    For me Davis starts, got twelve days so I imagine if he could play 45 minutes yesterday he'll be fine for the match by then.

    Edit - how could I name bad strikers and forget Dobie and Harris? *shudders*
    Robbie Findley.

    I think he once cleared the ball off the line when trying to score or maybe my memory is getting the better of me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanRoy22 View Post
    Robbie Findley.

    I think he once cleared the ball off the line when trying to score or maybe my memory is getting the better of me.
    It is not.

    He somehow managed to spoon a shot over the bar from about one meter away, one of those when it was easier to score.

    An absolute shocker, right up with Ronnie Rosenthal.

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    Default Re: Keinan Vincent Joseph Davis

    As Rhodes's aerial threat could be a problem, we need one of them - Surridge or Davies - on the line, defending.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cortez the Killer View Post
    As Rhodes's aerial threat could be a problem, we need one of them - Surridge or Davies - on the line, defending.

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    Nah, just get Yatesy, Wozza and Cookie to chin him in the tunnel, pre-match, job done.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Strummer View Post
    Nah, just get Yatesy, Wozza and Cookie to chin him in the tunnel, pre-match, job done.





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    Unless it’s against Derby fans.
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    Default Re: Keinan Vincent Joseph Davis

    I agree wholeheartedly with others. As does Alan Nixon it seems.

    He's just too damn effective not to start if he's 100%. Unleash Surridge on tired legs later on.

    Unleash the BEAST....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Fossil View Post
    I agree wholeheartedly with others. As does Alan Nixon it seems.

    He's just too damn effective not to start if he's 100%. Unleash Surridge on tired legs later on.

    Unleash the BEAST....
    Yeah but it all depends on his fitness. A big pitch like Wembley in the heat is a test coming back from a muscular injury and only the club will know where hes really at.
    Last thing you want is him pulling something after 15 mins....


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    Default Re: Keinan Vincent Joseph Davis

    If he's ready fitness wise he will play, it really is as simple as that.


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    Default Re: Keinan Vincent Joseph Davis

    On another note, what does the brains trust think about Gerrard putting out noises that Keinan isn't for sale?. Is he serious or is this about bolstering his price?


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    Default Re: Keinan Vincent Joseph Davis

    He won't be at Villa next season, they have ambitions for Europe

    They will just be trying to get the price up. A few months ago they were saying they will sell him.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rzarecteh View Post
    He won't be at Villa next season, they have ambitions for Europe

    They will just be trying to get the price up. A few months ago they were saying they will sell him.
    I really don't like Gerrard. Hes of that "legend in his own lifetime" type that seems to occasionally inhabit places like Scouseland. And whilst he was a good player, he clearly wasn't as good as thinks or he would have world cups etc (or even just progress to later stages of tournaments)-I mean he always looked like a carthorse to me against Spanish or French opponents.
    My suspicion is hes also a nasty piece of work.
    Not that that's got anything to do with Keinan and selling or not, at the end of the day hes their player


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    Quote Originally Posted by cheapseats View Post
    I really don't like Gerrard. Hes of that "legend in his own lifetime" type that seems to occasionally inhabit places like Scouseland. And whilst he was a good player, he clearly wasn't as good as thinks or he would have world cups etc (or even just progress to later stages of tournaments)-I mean he always looked like a carthorse to me against Spanish or French opponents.
    My suspicion is hes also a nasty piece of work.
    Not that that's got anything to do with Keinan and selling or not, at the end of the day hes their player
    I liked how he was found not guilty of punching the DJ to the floor despite some very clear and unarguable footage showing him..er.. punching the DJ to the floor.

    By "relegation battle", do you mean 7th, 12th or 14th?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flagman View Post
    I liked how he was found not guilty of punching the DJ to the floor despite some very clear and unarguable footage showing him..er.. punching the DJ to the floor.
    Thats what you get if you are someone like "Stevie G"-you're treated different to the rest. A bit like BoJo.


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    Default Re: Keinan Vincent Joseph Davis

    It wouldn't surprise me if there's an informal agreement with us to buy for a certain fee once the loan ends.

    What would we say would be a fair value for him? £5/6m? His goalscoring record isn't the best which would make him less expensive surely than the likes of Assombalomga when we sold him or the likes of Solanke, or even Grabban a few years back.


    Edit: I've just looked and I didn't realise just how bad his goalscoring record actually is. 3 in 73 for Villa...


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    Quote Originally Posted by cheapseats View Post
    Yeah but it all depends on his fitness. A big pitch like Wembley in the heat is a test coming back from a muscular injury and only the club will know where hes really at.
    Last thing you want is him pulling something after 15 mins....
    Hence the "if he's 100%".

    Also worthy of note that the Wembley pitch is actually smaller than ours.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Yeezy View Post
    It wouldn't surprise me if there's an informal agreement with us to buy for a certain fee once the loan ends.

    What would we say would be a fair value for him? £5/6m? His goalscoring record isn't the best which would make him less expensive surely than the likes of Assombalomga when we sold him or the likes of Solanke, or even Grabban a few years back.


    Edit: I've just looked and I didn't realise just how bad his goalscoring record actually is. 3 in 73 for Villa...
    With some players, it's all about where they feel comfortable and under managers they feel comfortable with.

    McGugan really only played his best stuff under Davies, who was always on at him over his weight issues, attitude, etc.

    But at Forest, that's where he would have felt at home too.

    Davis could easily go back to Villa and not perform the same way he has here.

    It's up to Villa to take the gamble and if he doesn't perform there then he might end up back here anyway, for a lesser price.


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    Default Re: Keinan Vincent Joseph Davis

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Fossil View Post
    Hence the "if he's 100%".

    Also worthy of note that the Wembley pitch is actually smaller than ours.
    OK I stand corrected


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    Quote Originally Posted by cheapseats View Post
    I really don't like Gerrard. Hes of that "legend in his own lifetime" type that seems to occasionally inhabit places like Scouseland. And whilst he was a good player, he clearly wasn't as good as thinks or he would have world cups etc (or even just progress to later stages of tournaments)-I mean he always looked like a carthorse to me against Spanish or French opponents.
    My suspicion is hes also a nasty piece of work.
    Not that that's got anything to do with Keinan and selling or not, at the end of the day hes their player
    Nah, he was a class player, but rather classless himself. Players like Xabi Alonso and Fernando Torres wouldn't have rated him if he was a carthorse. As Forest found out shit managers equals a shit team. Players like Gerrard and Scholes shunted round the pitch to fit in lesser players. Still hard to believe there was even a Gerrard Lampard debate. Just needed a manager to make the choice and stick with it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Ray's Redlist View Post
    Nah, he was a class player, but rather classless himself. Players like Xabi Alonso and Fernando Torres wouldn't have rated him if he was a carthorse. As Forest found out shit managers equals a shit team. Players like Gerrard and Scholes shunted round the pitch to fit in lesser players. Still hard to believe there was even a Gerrard Lampard debate. Just needed a manager to make the choice and stick with it.
    Well Torres was in the same team as him so I'm not sure he would ever had said anything other than that. I do think in that "era" there was still a grudging respect for English physicality amongst nations like the Spanish, because they just didn't have that and even though it was crystal clear the game had moved beyond that at the very top level. Anyway I'm not too proud to admit that I find it hard watching Liverpool such is my dislike of them and perhaps I am a little coloured with regard to their self styled "legends". That being said I can see what great players Van Djk, Jota, Diaz and Sarah are so I can't be that one eyed!


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    Default Re: Keinan Vincent Joseph Davis

    Quote Originally Posted by Red Ray's Redlist View Post
    Nah, he was a class player, but rather classless himself. Players like Xabi Alonso and Fernando Torres wouldn't have rated him if he was a carthorse. As Forest found out shit managers equals a shit team. Players like Gerrard and Scholes shunted round the pitch to fit in lesser players. Still hard to believe there was even a Gerrard Lampard debate. Just needed a manager to make the choice and stick with it.
    Paul Scholes retired from international football (way too early) because he was fed up of being pissed about to accommodate the ineffective Lampard-Gerrard axis in midfield.


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    Default Re: Keinan Vincent Joseph Davis

    Gerrard was undoubtedly world class.

    He near single-handedly dragged Liver-scum to a Champions League victory after being 3-0 down at half time. Scholes was also world class.

    Not sure it's fair to say they should have single-handedly spurred England on to win trophies. We've seen with Gareth that it's about the team rather than the individuals.

    I'll trust their peers judgement.


 

 

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