I've said this so many times now, and I'm not sure what it's going to take for it to sink in.Stan probably can attract players. Unfortunately we remain totally skint and with a bloated squad. That's not going to change any time soon.
The wholesale and impressive changes will have to wait for the summer, when we can clear out some of the higher earners. In the meantime, we need to make sure we are good enough to stay in this division.
He certainly does tick a lot of boxes. RB, WB and possibly RM too. Can cross very well, and is the sort of younger player with potential that people have been crying out for, stepping into the shoes of a player in JD who people are moaning is too old and has lost his pace and athleticism. Hardly 'injury prone' either and has recovered from hip surgery. Not too sure what the issue is.Has been watched by our guys, one of them saw his debut for Weymouth, where he picked up an assist.
He was in the building talking to Kev & co tail end of last week.
Right back, who is equally comfortable playing wing back, so offers us flexibility. Has an excellent delivery too.
Was an option around our embargo too, and will be a permanent deal, not a loan as now a free agent.
Ticks a lot of boxes.
They do but you need an account, made one to look at what they said when he was released and they generally felt it was the right choice because he wasn't needed but they could see him doing very well in the conference.Do Cambridge have enough fans to have a forum? Wouldn't mind seeing what they make of him.
JD likes a floater!If he can cross a ball then he is ahead of JD all day long. The amount of times JD tries to beat a man twice before then trying to cross with his weaker left foot does my head in. Saturday numerous times he had the time and space to whip a cross in on his right but kept cutting back in and mis hitting with his left……grrrr. Rant over
I think it's been made clear by a few people and Chris P that he hasn't been close to returning to the club, could be wrong but highly doubtful.