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dannypav

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As Mooney nears fitness after a long injury , just a few pro-comments before the expected "not good enough" brigade kick in.
Yes , with the strikers we have all looking sharp and all bringing something a bit different , it will be very difficult for Mooney to find a way back and I expect that his contract will not be renewed.
I also agree that since he got injured our fortunes have largel changed for the better.
However , what I will say is that for the most part he played as a lone striker in a team that was finding its way and lacked confidence.
Would he fair better in today's team ?
My guess is that yes he would , but we will never find out.
So yes , bash away if you feel it necessary , but also cut the guy a bit of slack.
He is a decent pro who does his best.
Difnt really work out for him with us , but I wish him all the best fr the future.
 
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