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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddingtonwolf View Post
    Slater as a left half

    quietly impressed.
    Really impressed he has Slater.

    Sorry though Bert William's the keeper Banks described as the best he had seen has to be in goal.

    This will take some thinking Definately Munro for the Scot
    Welsh is somewhat harder
    Northern Irish is easy, Doog
    Dutch, De Wolf , need to check some nationalities
    Boly as French
    Mouts for.Portugal, are we countingTraore as Spajish or Malian?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GLASGOWOLF View Post

    Welsh is somewhat harder
    ?
    Lee Evans, Dave Edwards, Carl Robinson

    Oh and Traore is as Spajish as they come
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    Jones
    Bjorklund Luzhny Bassong
    Lowe Rosa Corica Dowe
    Al-Jaber Proudlock Frankowski

    Using Donegal's example.
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    Pretty sure I can come up with a truly sickening worst team.

    Lonergan

    Ross
    Thétis
    Bassong
    Camara

    Dowe
    Sanjuan
    Van der Laan
    Jonsson

    Paskin
    Frankowski

    Crazy Walter can be manager (and change the team every week)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul View Post
    Lee Evans, Dave Edwards, Carl Robinson

    Oh and Traore is as Spajish as they come
    Nathan Blake is the best Welsh player we've had in my time...
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    Ady Williams would be a possible if he wasn't permanently fucking broken with us.

    Hennessey is realistically our best Welsh player in the time I can remember. Twat, though. As was Paul Jones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    Nathan Blake is the best Welsh player we've had in my time...
    Very true he makes my xi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddingtonwolf View Post
    Slater as a left half

    quietly impressed.
    I have tried to read up on the club's history at least a little.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    Nathan Blake is the best Welsh player we've had in my time...
    For some reason I thought he'd asked for midfielders, I'm bloody seeing things that aren't there .....in print !!
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    So far I have
    3-4-3

    Williams - England
    Boly - France
    Saiss - Morroco
    Munro- Scotland

    Doherty - Ireland
    Stuart - South Africa

    Dendonker - Belgium
    Moutinho

    Doogan - NI
    Jiminez - Mexico
    Traore- Spain

    Need left back, and CM
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    Quote Originally Posted by GLASGOWOLF View Post
    So far I have
    3-4-3

    Williams - England
    Boly - France
    Saiss - Morroco
    Munro- Scotland

    Doherty - Ireland

    Dendonker - Belgium

    Doogan - NI
    Jiminez - Mexico
    Traore- Spain

    Need left back, and CM
    Well your CM is Neves or Moutinho (Portugal) - haven't thought of a LB yet

    And Munro plays in the middle of the back 3 really
    This year we will mainly be conquering Europe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Parkins left foot View Post
    Well your CM is Neves or Moutinho (Portugal) - haven't thought of a LB yet

    And Munro plays in the middle of the back 3 really
    Nope, put Boly the middle
    Could put Stuart at left.back.

    Though Traore could be dropped and put Sako leaving jonny as left back

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    Quote Originally Posted by GLASGOWOLF View Post
    Nope, put Boly the middle
    Could put Stuart at left.back.

    Though Traore could be dropped and put Sako leaving jonny as left back
    Sacrilige - Munro in the middle is a better formation for that back 3
    This year we will mainly be conquering Europe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    Pretty sure I can come up with a truly sickening worst team.

    Lonergan

    Ross
    Thétis
    Bassong
    Camara

    Dowe
    Sanjuan
    Van der Laan
    Jonsson

    Paskin
    Frankowski

    Crazy Walter can be manager (and change the team every week)
    and no room for robert taylor
    it is not that I have no past. rather, it continually fragments on the terrible and vivid ephemera of now.

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    Had to go with Lonners in goal, well him or Lange and they're both English.

    Paul Jones had his moments in his first spell and Postma was nothing like as bad as people make out (plus I'd rather have Blobin from the Netherlands, what a load of shit he was)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    Had to go with Lonners in goal, well him or Lange and they're both English.

    Paul Jones had his moments in his first spell and Postma was nothing like as bad as people make out (plus I'd rather have Blobin from the Netherlands, what a load of shit he was)
    good point, i'd totally forgot about the one from each country. #gettingold
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    Quote Originally Posted by Parkins left foot View Post
    Well your CM is Neves or Moutinho (Portugal) - haven't thought of a LB yet

    And Munro plays in the middle of the back 3 really
    Get rid of Donk and use Jelle Van Damme.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pablowolf View Post
    Get rid of Donk and use Jelle Van Damme.
    He would just cry and want to go back to Belgium - so no
    This year we will mainly be conquering Europe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul View Post
    Oh just Googled 13 appearances in 3 years no wonder it didn't ring a bell( the last year '69 on loan at Villa) It were going to be this vague why not pick big Shaka with his one guest appearance there's Trinidad covered
    Think I saw all of those appearances, Paul and he's always stuck in my mind. Now if we'd wanted vague I'd have gone Chick Brodie (Eng) in goal!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bertiewolf View Post
    Think I saw all of those appearances, Paul and he's always stuck in my mind. Now if we'd wanted vague I'd have gone Chick Brodie (Eng) in goal!
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    Ikeme
    Muscat-DeWolf-Pollet-Johnny
    Rae-Moutinho-Sako
    Keane-Bull-Dougan

    Moutinho's gonna be busy lol
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    Ikeme?

    I'd rather have Hahnemann as there are no other Americans in there (could have Hennessey too, no other Welshmen). Sure we all backed Carl in his fight and he's a good man but he was a rubbish keeper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    Ikeme?

    I'd rather have Hahnemann as there are no other Americans in there (could have Hennessey too, no other Welshmen). Sure we all backed Carl in his fight and he's a good man but he was a rubbish keeper.
    I've been in Ireland 20 years, so saw very little of Ikeme or Hahnemann, so went with the former. Saw a bit more of Hennessey, but don't rate him tbh.
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    Double post.
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    Murray was ahead of either but then you cant pick Bull.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    Ikeme?

    I'd rather have Hahnemann as there are no other Americans in there (could have Hennessey too, no other Welshmen). Sure we all backed Carl in his fight and he's a good man but he was a rubbish keeper.
    Like me was not a rubbish keeper, sure he had some faults but actually he was a very good keeper.
    He would not have stayed in this team but for where we were he was a good keeper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GLASGOWOLF View Post
    Like me was not a rubbish keeper, sure he had some faults but actually he was a very good keeper.
    He would not have stayed in this team but for where we were he was a good keeper.
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    Blasphemy
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    He was pap. Could never stay fit and there used to be untold horror show goals against us every season. 2015/16 was particularly dreadful.

    Even as a team lumbering around in lower mid-table in the Championship he was a very obvious point where we could have easily improved. A keeper with no discernible strengths to his game.
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    Didn't Ruddy come in prior to Ikeme's diagnosis? Therefore we'd decided to replace him anyway. Sort of a Lambert signing even though he'd left by then

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