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grimsby pete
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If Palmer is still injured for the Barnet game,

Should Hurst start with Hamish ?

Jolley did not work and Hannah keeps missing chances,

So lets see what Watson can do please Paul,

Another thing might be put LJL on the wing and play both Hamish and Palmer if fit,

Thoughts ?


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Definitely.Created Hannah's offside goal nearly as soon as he came on.


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Must say each time ive seen him he has looked keen and like he wants to attack. I think he'd be perfect for next weeks game
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Yesterday was a perfect example of what not to do with raw talent when we need to change the game.

Bring him on 6 minutes from the end.

We needed to change the forward formation, chasing the game, but to leave it until it's too late was criminal.

It may, or may not have worked, but we don't know what Hamish is capable of, and at this rate we never will, At least give him a chance!
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Well if he doesn't get a start in the next few games then that will be another complete waste of a salary, I just see no point whatsoever signing a player, saying he looks like he will score goals then bring him on with a few minutes to go, just what is Hurst expecting.
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You would hope that he is in the forefront of the manager's mind.

However, I firmly believe the problem now is that as fans (I include myself) we are looking for someone who can instantly make a massive impact. There was widespread thumbs up at the signing of Jolley and now three games in we are questioning his value. Is three games a fair amount of time?
If Hamish gets a start then doesn't deliver will he go the same way?


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lol who would be a manager eh.
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You would hope that he is in the forefront of the manager's mind.

However, I firmly believe the problem now is that as fans (I include myself) we are looking for someone who can instantly make a massive impact. There was widespread thumbs up at the signing of Jolley and now three games in we are questioning his value. Is three games a fair amount of time?
If Hamish gets a start then doesn't deliver will he go the same way?


Was there enough due diligence done, Newport wanted rid because he was obviously not good enough for them anymore, and FGR didn't want to keep him and and one of FGRs fans said "I hope he does for Grimsby what he did for us - nothing"

And to cap it all even he said he didn't want to come at the first time of asking.
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You would hope that he is in the forefront of the manager's mind.

However, I firmly believe the problem now is that as fans (I include myself) we are looking for someone who can instantly make a massive impact. There was widespread thumbs up at the signing of Jolley and now three games in we are questioning his value. Is three games a fair amount of time?
If Hamish gets a start then doesn't deliver will he go the same way?


Probably but then we are one of the biggest clubs in this league paying a top five budget so the players are well paid for this division so it is up to them to perform.

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You would hope that he is in the forefront of the manager's mind.

However, I firmly believe the problem now is that as fans (I include myself) we are looking for someone who can instantly make a massive impact. There was widespread thumbs up at the signing of Jolley and now three games in we are questioning his value. Is three games a fair amount of time?
If Hamish gets a start then doesn't deliver will he go the same way?


I think fans were hoping for us to get stronger around the transfer window, looking at yesterdays bench it would be hard to say we have a stronger squad for the run in.
We have in effect only added one additional member to the squad, in Palmer, as Jolley was supposed to be a nice addition to liven up the attacking options but with Neilsons departure he will now be more relied upon, meaning he needs to be more consistent than Neilson to improve us. Having said that i wouldnt condemn him on yesterdays performance alone, does not look match sharp and played a different role yesterday.
We have not had any real threat or attacking consistency from the wings all season which doesnt appear to have been rectified, 3 wingers on the books for two spots, hardly competition.
Having a fit Brown, Pitman and Palmer will improve the look of the squad but when will they be fit?

  


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