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Might be a bit early but I will have a go:

Ins: Hunt, Weideman and J Smith

Out: Bugg, Harmes and Wagner (Lewis and Melksham on thin ice).

 

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OUT: Bugg, Harmes, Melksham. 

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Where do you begin with that effort.Half the team need to be dropped.Backline and forward line is a mess.Disposal into forward line continued (bombing high) to small forwards is insane.[censored] over handpassing in wet conditions.

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In: Hannan, Tyson, Hunt, Weiderman, Maynard

Out: MelkshAm, Bugg, Harmes, Lever, ANB

 

Hunt to replace Lever as a running back.

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A competitve side like RIchmond are going to "Ëat us alive". They play to support each other all the time, not just when it suits us or the conditions suit.

Out : Melksham . Bugg, ,Harmes

In : Hunt,Maynard , Anybody who is a team player

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In - Roos

Out - Goodwin

 

 

Hey someone was gonna do it.

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Melksham finished last year well, looked set for a big year this year, but has been hovering between average and woeful so far.

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Put Lever on Rance and make him learn to be accountable. At the moment our Defence is leaking like a sieve with people unsure of their role especially Hibberd who cannot run the lines because Lever is not accountable ... a permanent spare man in Defence.

Oscar and Jetta are the only two defenders who are fully aware of their roles

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There was only an effective 160 points difference in results this weekend between us.

That's all.........? .....  ?

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Make a big statement and drop lever!  As for other changes IDGAF!  Again we are a very untrustworthy team.  

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6 minutes ago, big_red_fire_engine said:

Out: Lewis, Melksham, Harmes, Bugg

In: Hunt, Tyson, Hannan, Weid

I agree, but sadly I don't think the FD will be brave enough to drop Lewis, but it would send the right sort of message Goodwin wants the players to bring in terms of non-negotiables.

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If Lewis is dropped I will donate my entire shoe collection to charity. 

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Please drop Lewis Goody :)

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Out: Melksham, Bugg, Frost
In: Pedersen, Stretch, Hunt

They are the obvious ones. Whether to go with Tyson, Hannan maybe even Spargo or Baker and really shake the team up is worth considering. 


 

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Hannan for Bugg, Hunt for Harmes, Balic for Melksham if he's not injured. Would even consider Charlie Spargo for Bugg also (may be a bit soon)

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In. Hunt Tyson pedersen Hannan 

Out. Bugg. Melksham harmes bugg 

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5 minutes ago, grazman said:

I agree, but sadly I don't think the FD will be brave enough to drop Lewis, but it would send the right sort of message Goodwin wants the players to bring in terms of non-negotiables.

He is running out of places to hide him. The hint for me today was him sitting on a forward flank. He just cant get to or away from the contest anymore.I would expect its highly likely. 

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Lever finally starts to take marks and puts his body on the line and people wanna drop him?? Wtf

melksham is a definite out. 

Frost is a liability. Just not a footballer. Out. 

Hunt and pedo in

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It doesn’t matter, we will get flogged

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Just now, DubDee said:

Lever finally starts to take marks and puts his body on the line and people wanna drop him?? Wtf

melksham is a definite out. 

Frost is a liability. Just not a footballer. Out. 

Hunt and pedo in

Agree with your comments.  Lever was Brave today.  There were a handful of players who continually put their head over the ball and their bodies on the line and he was one of them.  

Frost has a lot of attributes, but football smarts aren't one of them.  Can be depended upon to give away multiple free kicks every match by doing dumb s***.

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