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SamTheMariner
October 17, 2014, 10:10am
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Did I miss something or do pens not count anymore?


No its just that if he only scored 7 from open play then that resembles a poor finisher.



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No its just that if he only scored 7 from open play then that resembles a poor finisher.



Do you think all 7 were from open play?
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Pittman and Lenny is definitely the best partnership at the club


Thats the ptoblem not being able to rely on Pittman .
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I like Ross. he's a worker, tries really hard and he can actually finish. Ok he's not massively talented but I suspect if he went to another conference side he would bag a load of goals. I think he's being messed around a bit. I would like to see him given a run with Pittman with Lenny dropping to the bench.
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As i have said elsewhere recently...for actual game time on the pitch last season he averaged just about a goal every other game, a 1 in 2 strike rate...play him for 40 games......tadaaaah!!
Or.... sub him first, drop him for an off game, give him 15 minute cameos, give him 5 different partners to play with, hit long high balls to his head.... and then see if he can score 20!!


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October 17, 2014, 12:14pm
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Hannah has just scored 2 skillful goals and his goalscoring ability is being questioned.  

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not a great touch

Disagree.
Thought some of his first touches (especially some passes with the outside of his foot) were delightful on Tuesday.
Of course you also need the intelligence, another asset.

Yes he gets bundled off the ball sometimes but think he holds it up better than people give him credit for.
Short of size you need a skillful touch and he's got enough of that in his locker.
A better outfield player than he gets credit for IMO.

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Spot on for me, 80's.


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His main attributes are running around a lot when we don't have the ball, moving his arms really fast so it looks like he's running at a pace faster than a snail. Oh, and not forgetting failing to beat the offside trap.


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I don't think it's any co-incidence that his best games have come without playing with LJL. That's not a dig at LJL, it's not their fault they don't partner well but we all know Hannah can do it. We've all seen it and players don't turn Into bad players over night, I think he's been pretty poorly man managed too.
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