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#11

(13-03-2024, 04:21 PM)Kitto Wrote:  Danny Wright


Not sure on Pinchard, maybe he'll cope better at a level below but 1 goal all season (so far) is a disappointing return for an attacking midfielder and too often he doesn't release the ball at the right moment.
And 6 goals for a striker isn’t a disappointing return?!
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#12

You'd think Danny Wright would score a few in the SLP, anyone that worries about his age did you watch Oporto and Pepe still playing CL football at 41 (admittedly a defender) but if Wright wants to stay and he probably will being local I'd keep him even if it's as an impact player.
I would hope fir a new CF,GK as a minimum to those mentioned at least.
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#13

(13-03-2024, 04:35 PM)OldDirtyGlasses Wrote:  And 6 goals for a striker isn’t a disappointing return?!
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I didn't say I'd have him starting, but he's a vastly experienced Gloucester based player who's had very poor service for most of the season. Perfect player to bring on to hold the ball up in the opposition half when we're (hopefully) winning games next season.
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#14

Look at the 20 stone centre back Tamworth brought on last night. He did a job. There will be time where we need a target man, Danny could do a job in the Southern League. We do desperately need a quality strike partner though.

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#15

People were laughing when that big guy came on last night, but I think City were 1-0 at the time and he made a difference. He was pinging it about and getting stuck right in.
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#16

(13-03-2024, 04:21 PM)Kitto Wrote:  Not sure on Pinchard, maybe he'll cope better at a level below but 1 goal all season (so far) is a disappointing return for an attacking midfielder and too often he doesn't release the ball at the right moment.
Largely agree with everything that's been said, but couldn't disagree with this one more tbh.  I think he's been the standout midfielder all year, the only one who has consistently looked like they might make something happen. Granted the goal return isn't great, but equally we aren't exactly free scoring so that isn't just on him.  I don't expect him to be here next year though, as for me his the one of the few nailed on to remain at the level.

As has already been said a game of opinions!
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#17

It wouldn't surprise me to see him at Merthyr next season. He holds onto the ball a lot, but doesn't actually do a lot with it. He looked like a man possessed against Hereford, when he scored his only goal, so there's a chance in the right scenario he might make it at this level.
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(13-03-2024, 05:34 PM)Tigermatty 2.0 Wrote:  Look at the 20 stone centre back Tamworth brought on last night. He did a job. There will be time where we need a target man, Danny could do a job in the Southern League. We do desperately need a quality strike partner though.
I'm told by somebody that knows him that this is the last club he'll play for. It sounded like he'd be okay with SLP, but no further. If he'll stay then we need him.
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#19

On a tangent to this theme, if MC left or was replaced , Merthyrs manager has done a decent job and would or could bring those named players with him perhaps.....
If he'd come of course snd assuming Merthyr dont go up via the play offs.....
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#20

whilst I believe this only includes league games Danny Wright's goals to games ratio seems to be on a par with most of his career
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danny_Wright_(footballer)

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