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#2

Very...
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#3

Hasn’t started (if this is true)
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#4

Came on as a second half “trialist” and imo for a player trying to impress his 23rd club since 2003 failed to deliver. That said has played at the very highest level and an experienced old head with a team of youngsters u never know.
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#5

I thought he had a few nice touches and one shot he had was no backlift, just pinged it. Will prove to be a class above.

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#6

Wasn't very mobile, but seemed to always be in the right place, and that shot (considering he was off balance) was great. Saw him marshalling the midfield about quite a bit too.
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#7

Mental that he played in the EPL for Sheffield Utd against Liverpool 22 months ago!

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#8

I thought he did OK. Some classy touches. I would give him a go, but imagine he might not come cheap.

He was very unselfish. I'd like to see him up front with McClure - I think he'd create a goal a game for him. Only thing is, I'm not sure we have 2 strikers in our game plan this season.
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#9

Saw some good touches, bit sluggish but to be expected after having not played for some time. He’ll have experience, tactical and positional understanding which will outweigh any of the loss of pace that comes naturally with age. One way or another, we need someone else who can score goals other than McClure.

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#10

Agree with tigermatty, no way McClure will play the season without injury and that would leve us light of a goal poacher/scorer, lot will depend on the £££ expectations etc etc.
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