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Grantham_Mariner
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Dan Parslow HAS NOT PLAYED A COMPETITIVE GAME SINCE THE LAST GAME OF LAST SEASON so can not see him being match fit. Would rather give Walker a chance or  even play Bignot !


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For all those convincing themselves we needed this signing we didn't and i have put a few different defences together to show on paper this is a bizarre signing..

well we have magnay
                     pearson
                     nsiala
                     winfarrah

or                walker
                   pearson
                   nsiala
                   magany

or               nsiala
                  pearson
                  doig
                  magnay

or              bignot
                 pearson
                 nsiala
                 magnay

or             walker
                doig
                pearson
                magnay
                
these are just a few combinations to show we didn't need a defender in the slightest and i appreciate a few of you will like to justify pauls decision because you like to stick by a slightly sinking ship but if you asked yourself seriously "did we need a defender" the serious answer is NO.

it truly is maybe pauls most desperate silly signing he has made to date.



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Winfarrah has played less than 2 hours of Conference football. Walker has played a little over 2 hours of Conference football. Neither of these youngsters has played enough to prove themselves as yet. Each has made a number of appearances in the Trophy, but generally against lower-division teams. I'd imagine Hurst just doesn't think they are quite ready for a first team start just yet though I thought Winfarrah did reasonably well in his early season outing.

If Parslow is going to come in to play at right-back, it really does call into question the future of Bignot at the club.


Doesn't look as though either Winfarrah or Walker is likely to reach the 3 hour mark any time soon does it? Brings into question what the point is of keeping young players when we just end up sending them out on loan and then releasing them at the end of the season, prime example being Southwell. Either the lads are good enough to fill in a vacancy in the first team or they aren't. Seems utterly pointless.



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Retracting my earlier comment here, abit.
Hurst sees alot more of Walker and Winfarrah in training than we do, so if he doesn't think they're ready then I will back him. But then it does beg the question if they're not ready, why are they on the books? As much as I want to see young lads come through and do well we are not position to carry players on contracts for the sake of things. The fact this lad hasn't played for a while does worry me a little. The defence definitely needs addressing, as for people complaining it's not a striker, I'm sure we can target players in different positions at the same time.
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In pre season PH said he had no problem putting Paul Walker in the team and that he's ready.
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Retracting my earlier comment here, abit.
Hurst sees alot more of Walker and Winfarrah in training than we do, so if he doesn't think they're ready then I will back him. But then it does beg the question if they're not ready, why are they on the books? As much as I want to see young lads come through and do well we are not position to carry players on contracts for the sake of things. The fact this lad hasn't played for a while does worry me a little. The defence definitely needs addressing, as for people complaining it's not a striker, I'm sure we can target players in different positions at the same time.


I'm sure you are right Brad, PH does see the lads in training. He saw them in training last year and pre-season so he knows them well enough. I would definitely question why we are keeping young lads on at BP where they are never going to get a chance instead of letting them go somewhere else where a manager might have more faith in them. As for this bloke from York, is he going to be fit enough to last a full game if he hasn't played in the first team since last season? It all makes you wonder what on earth is going on.


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Dan Parslow HAS NOT PLAYED A COMPETITIVE GAME SINCE THE LAST GAME OF LAST SEASON so can not see him being match fit. Would rather give Walker a chance...


How many competitive games has Walker played since the last game of last season?


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How many competitive games has Walker played since the last game of last season?


Never said Walker was match fit, just that I would give him a chance. How is he going to prove himself good enough unless he is given match time? If he plays and is not up to it then take a risk with a loan player (nothing against Parslow), but not before.


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PH sees him every day.


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PH sees him every day.


But not in a match situation, how many times has he seen Parslow train or play?


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