Ikpeazu, Hernandez, JLS, Browne

Otto42

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Hernandez flatters to deceive and shouldn't get a look in now we have Connolly and Balogoun, keeping him also reduces the chances for Coburn. JLS has been incredibly disappointing, poor recriutment there imho?

Feel a bit sorry for big Uche and Browne, but you can't keep everyone and the lad from Brum and the new Aussie will be ahead of Browne, while Uche staying again reduces Coburn's opportunities.
 

Piccadilly Day Tripper

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I feel a little for JLS - he seems to be one of these footballers who gets shuffled round from club to club without too much say in the matter. We have two midfielders who need a bit of time and headspace to get used to the Championship, and hopefully higher up in English football, and if its a choice I'd rather stick with Payero.
 

Cogeur_le_Conq

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Could big Uche do a job for Sean Dyche?

I'd love to see Burnley get Andy Carroll with some of the jawdee blood money and keep him fit.
 

tripleheader

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Shame we couldn't of found 'room' for Hernandez or Browne but I guess they have an eye the balance sheet and FFP rules.
Pleased that Coburn has been 'kept', he can find the net that lad. Just hope he keeps patient.
Really excited and the moves that have happened so far in this transfer window.
 

Way_Out_West

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An interesting punctuation style going on here, with the extra space. I'm sure I've seen that before on another set of posters.
 

TheYorkshireTerrier

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Fingers crossed these are the last batch of players who are brought in during the summer and then shifted out in the next window because of a change in manager, now that we have Scott who's job is to help find players who fit a certain style and can stick around if things go wrong with the manager.

I've lost count of how many times we've brought players in during the summer who we were excited to see, only for them to be dropped completely when we switch managers.
 

Jonny Ingbar

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I feel a little for JLS - he seems to be one of these footballers who gets shuffled round from club to club without too much say in the matter. We have two midfielders who need a bit of time and headspace to get used to the Championship, and hopefully higher up in English football, and if its a choice I'd rather stick with Payero.
I think the fact that Payero represents a pretty big investment by the club means that he will always get the opportunity to develop.

JLS looked ok in the time I saw him play, he's athletic, can get up with the play and seems decent on either foot.

But the writing was on the wall when we signed two players in his position this week.
 

Caesium137

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Wilder is a manager who fits players into how he wants to play rather than plays different formations to suit a players needs. He’s a control freak In a good way, I agree it’s not about him not necessarily rating Uche and Hernandez just not the type of players who suit Wilders team.
So you are saying he wouldn't ship out three wingbacks, then a week later start playing with wingbacks?
 
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