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fleabag1970
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I see PH has a new Fave ................ Can some one please give me a clue as to how an Unfit player can get the nod over Ross Hannah? IHaving watch Jolley , he offers very little in the LJL pairing at all  and looks a yard off the pace . Ross Hannah should be given a run of games like Jolley has had imo ................... Ross Hannah is our Harry Kane !! He just needs a run of games to sharpen up his timing . His work rate is immense , he chases everything down ! Come to think of it he should be the first strikers name on the team sheet ...........................................


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Jolley showed signs last night IMO.

some good skill, and confidence in running at defenders, alot more to come IMO, however, he is a winger
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Offside Hannah for me over Jolley any day of the week having watched all his games for us since he arrived, yes he`s improved but he is not at this time the goal scorer we need allowing that he had a tap in Saturday, he is easily robbed and shot shy, Hannah`s workrate is better he too is easily robbed but lets fly on sight and always has a goal in him
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The odd thing is that we're told Jolley isn't a winger, though he certainly looks to have the attributes of one! He showed some good bits of skill last night at times but this was combined together with a lack of real incisiveness. Great pace but didn't really show it often enough and looked a player still lacking in confidence to me, to tell the truth.

A pity he didn't knock in his first half chance after LJL's first effort had been saved. I really thought he should have buried that one.

If Pittman is getting back to full fitness, I think I'd prefer to see him in the team at the moment, to tell the truth, but that's not going to help Jolley regain his form and confidence.

I appreciate LJL's workrate but it would be interesting to see how Pittman and Jolley did as a pairing. Could be awkward as both seem to like playing on the left.

Hannah wouldn't be near the starting line-up for me, I'm afraid.
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Quoted from fleabag1970
I see PH has a new Fave ................ Can some one please give me a clue as to how an Unfit player can get the nod over Ross Hannah? IHaving watch Jolley , he offers very little in the LJL pairing at all  and looks a yard off the pace . Ross Hannah should be given a run of games like Jolley has had imo ................... Ross Hannah is our Harry Kane !! He just needs a run of games to sharpen up his timing . His work rate is immense , he chases everything down ! Come to think of it he should be the first strikers name on the team sheet ...........................................




          

That must be the funniest thing I've read in a long time.


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Ross will get his game, , , he just has to wait to Alfreton away!!  


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That must be the funniest thing I've read in a long time.


Perhaps , but you should have a look what Spurs fans were saying about Kane earlier in the season  ...... " Championship at best " was the general opinion ......................................... I didn't say Ross was as good as Kane ....... but he plays in a similar way to Kane


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The problem with Ross is he has gone backwards since he got here. He is constantly offside, his finishing (which previously was so good) has deteriorated. He clearly needs a run of games and to be number one choice but he's not going to get that when he is behind Shop, Pittman, Palmer and possibly Jolley.
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I didn't say Ross was as good as Kane ....... but he plays in a similar way to Kane


Are you sure about that?

Kane is a 6'2" targetman who leads the line well and is a good finisher.

Hannah isn't.

I can't fault Hannah's workrate but trying to compare him to Kane is just baffling.
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Perhaps , but you should have a look what Spurs fans were saying about Kane earlier in the season  ...... " Championship at best " was the general opinion ......................................... I didn't say Ross was as good as Kane ....... but he plays in a similar way to Kane


No, he doesn't. Not even remotely similar.


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