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Who is going to be Leuth’s ‘Maatsen’ this year?

The player that could do no wrong. That would be through on goal v Millwall in the last minute at 1-1, round the keeper, stumble and shin his shot to the corner flag, leading to @Leuth saying ‘great timewasting, well done’ :-) 

I’m going to go for DJ

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  • Watson
  • DJ is a good guess. I’ll go for Lavelle or Souare - whichever looks better on the ball in their first two games.
  • There are a few already arent there?

    CBT, Dobson and Souare from memory - Bloke is getting greedy
  • Jacob Roddy 
  • Lee is almost nailed-on to be my favourite member of our squad, but I suspect he'll be close to everyone's favourite member of our squad after a few games. So yes, it has to be someone who gets UNFAIR PELTERS. Even I'm not sure yet, but I do have a couple of ideas...
  • There are a few already arent there?

    CBT, Dobson and Souare from memory - Bloke is getting greedy
    Dobson?! He's the one I absolutely savaged after MKD (and then gave MOTM to after Crawley - he has me very confused if anything)
  • Like Sterling is to Southgate you mean?
  • Leuth said:
    There are a few already arent there?

    CBT, Dobson and Souare from memory - Bloke is getting greedy
    Dobson?! He's the one I absolutely savaged after MKD (and then gave MOTM to after Crawley - he has me very confused if anything)
    Don’t forget that Dobby got awarded the prestigious @RonnieMoore man of the match award v Wigan as well. 
  • I'm inclined to defend CBT on principle - flair player, very short contract, not expected to play much - but I'll also need to see him show promise in League One games first before I plight my troth. It's like the difference between Matt Smith 1 (completely, absurdly useless) and Matt Smith 2 (actually quite promising) - a difference I feel wasn't acknowledged enough by people keen to cast them as identical failures
  • Leuth's previous do no wrong chaps were Sarr and Maatsen off the top of my head. To be fair Sarr was massively underrated in my opinion.
    This year i'll go with the obvious shout of Morgan who gets loads of unfair stick. 
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  • Kirk is my bet 
  • Nah, Levitt was my project before I was forced to concentrate on Maatsen by Bowyer's cruel, HEARTLESS dismissal of the lad.

    Can Vennings get close enough to the squad this season to force his way into my plans? Probably not alas
  • Leuth said:
    Nah, Levitt was my project before I was forced to concentrate on Maatsen by Bowyer's cruel, HEARTLESS dismissal of the lad.

    Can Vennings get close enough to the squad this season to force his way into my plans? Probably not alas
    Be a heck of an injury crisis if he does
  • edited September 8
    Leuth said:
    Nah, Levitt was my project before I was forced to concentrate on Maatsen by Bowyer's cruel, HEARTLESS dismissal of the lad.

    Can Vennings get close enough to the squad this season to force his way into my plans? Probably not alas
    ?
    Maatsen was ever present apart from being rested for a game or two. 
  • Bowyer's dismissal of Levitt I mean!
  • I'm going for Clare
  • Leuth said:
    There are a few already arent there?

    CBT, Dobson and Souare from memory - Bloke is getting greedy
    Dobson?! He's the one I absolutely savaged after MKD (and then gave MOTM to after Crawley - he has me very confused if anything)
    Agreed, Dobson isn't your sort of player

    It's got to be someone with some flair, producing moments of class...as well as the howlers. Hence Sarr over a Lockyer or Pearce, Maatsen over a steady Eddie fullback

    Indeed out of our current midfield, Morgan probably fits the bill best.
  • Cafc43v3r said:
    Kirk is my bet 
    Kirk is a good player and will be liked by quite a few fans. It needs to be a player who divides opinion and who the majority will question.

    So i'm going with Morgan. 
  • Any player who hits one decent 40 yard pass every three games no matter how shit they are the rest of the time.


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  • Afternoon Irving! 
  • edited September 8
    Leuth said:
    Lee is almost nailed-on to be my favourite member of our squad, but I suspect he'll be close to everyone's favourite member of our squad after a few games. So yes, it has to be someone who gets UNFAIR PELTERS. Even I'm not sure yet, but I do have a couple of ideas...
    Thoughts on Davison? Another cup goal or two will suggest some promise but a handful of ineffective sub appearances in the league and he’ll be written off by many.
  • Can't quite make out his face, but it is this player here,


    Picking a Hill On Which to Die - Kevin A Thompson
  • Scoham said:
    Leuth said:
    Lee is almost nailed-on to be my favourite member of our squad, but I suspect he'll be close to everyone's favourite member of our squad after a few games. So yes, it has to be someone who gets UNFAIR PELTERS. Even I'm not sure yet, but I do have a couple of ideas...
    Thoughts on Davison? Another cup goal or two will suggest some promise but a handful of ineffective sub appearances in the league and he’ll be written off by many.
    Probably doesn't quite have the first touch to be a true favourite of mine; could win me over with sheer presence/graft/finishing
  • Curbs 16/1
  • I think Clare and CBT could both be the type of player to frustrate and divide opinion, particularly CBT being a winger. At the end of the day, we're a third division club and I reckon most of our squad could divide opinion. 
  • Had to do a little search, but this is my first memory of Leuth pulling a Leuth.

    The defence of Ba is fantastic


    Leuth
    The flying f**k are these marks?

    I was at the game.

    Pope 5 Did most right, stuffed up again tho obv
    Solly 7.5 Some lovely wing interchanges. Perhaps a little out of position for the second goal but I thought he had a really good game
    Fox 5.5 Not at it today and gave it away a few times
    Diarra 7.5 MOTM A really important presence
    Bauer 7.5 Thought he had a great game on the whole, some crucial blocks
    Gudmundsson 7.5 Sporadic and his crossing wasn't always at it, but looked really good when he came inside a bit more and started to run things; got an assist
    Ba 10 OUR BEST PLAYER IN THE FIRST HALF BY MILES. Sure, he tired a bit, missed his chance and misplaced a couple of passes. I've marked him 10 to even up the f**king scandalous marks he's getting in this thread. His real mark is…um, not quite 10. But he was really good for most of that I thought. His long-range passing was excellent. His tackling and turnovers were great. I thought he looked liberated by not playing with Kashi.
    Cousins 7.5 Wasn't really at it, but you can't knock the effort or the final flourish
    McAleny 6.5 Tidy player. His finishing was bad though - not just the first-minute miss either
    Watt 7.5 Linked play beautifully at times and so nearly provided the best finish to a Charlton match I've ever seen (beyond Jackson vs QPR, beyond even Llera vs Swindon) - on another day would have had 3 assists
    KAG 7 Sprightly and what an assist
    Bergdich 7 He may be a bit of a headless chicken but he got forward and scared Fulham

    Moussa and Jackson bossed it
  • Was that the 2-1 win over Wigan?

    To be fair Ba had an alright start for us, then he just nose dived off a cliff
  • That was the comeback 2-2 vs Fulham
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