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18 minutes ago, Dick Van Dyke said:

He’s actually taking the piss out of the fans now. He doesn’t care about the club at all, if he did he would’ve walked already, he only cares about getting paid. 

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Can someone be an addition if they were already there?

Rennie said the same about Dowds coming back to us earlier this month.

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He’s  so suited to the system he loaned him out last season and this season. I don’t have a problem with Hendry coming back, he can’t be any worse than May.  Just have a problem with the manager spouting Shite 

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It does seem really naive that you'd play a system that doesn't suit anyone other than a boy you've loaned out and then you'll bring that boy back and heap pressure on him rather than just change the system. 

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Just now, Dick Van Dyke said:

He’s  so suited to the system he loaned him out last season and this season. I don’t have a problem with Hendry coming back, he can’t be any worse than May.  Just have a problem with the manager spouting Shite 

Well last season we played the majority of the time we two attacking players either side of Kane, Wotherspoon + one. Sometimes we saw two strikers up front but it wasnt regular and Hendry was probably seen as about 6th choice as an option up front if you put him behind Middleton/Conway due to the shape.

This season the majority of the time we've played two strikers up front, so his chances of playing are higher.

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5 minutes ago, glenrothes 1884 saint said:

We brought more to Dense than you will tomorrow,49 years 😉

Auld bugger, you must be. Probably remember the league being won at Muirton in '62. Lucky.

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The Forrest thing is an example of why the first 10 days of the window were so important, which the manager himself acknowledged. 

It's far easier to sell optimism at that point than after the past week. Lose tomorrow and it'll become even harder. 

There is no way they are still in for targets that were top of the list, so now you are hoping to strike lucky. 

There has to come a point though where we don't just flush money down the toilet on players they know aren't good enough.

So disappointing. 

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The Forrest thing is an example of why the first 10 days of the window were so important, which the manager himself acknowledged. 
It's far easier to sell optimism at that point than after the past week. Lose tomorrow and it'll become even harder. 
There is no way they are still in for targets that were top of the list, so now you are hoping to strike lucky. 
There has to come a point though where we don't just flush money down the toilet on players they know aren't good enough.
So disappointing. 

We’ll never know for definite, but I can’t have seen Forrest being someone high up the list of targets in the first place.

Also explains the recalling of Hendry, just in case we can’t get another striker.
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Motherwell are delighted to announce the signing of Alan Forrest...

“We would also like to announce the signing of Nya Kirby, Reece Devine and for the hell of it Lars Dendoncker.”
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In my opinion paying money for Forrest would have been a waste of money, now if it had been his brother!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Already been chat of Lomas. Enough sex offenders for one thread thanks.
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Dan Cleary in the courier "I'll never shy away from a challenge". 

Dan Cleary v Kelty - shies away from a challenge v Austin by going in half-hearted meaning he got crunched and Austin would have been clean through if referee hadn't called it back for a nonsense free kick. 

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6 hours ago, FrankChickens1 said:

Dan Cleary in the courier "I'll never shy away from a challenge". 

Dan Cleary v Kelty - shies away from a challenge v Austin by going in half-hearted meaning he got crunched and Austin would have been clean through if referee hadn't called it back for a nonsense free kick. 

If anything Austin went in half hearted. Cleary injured himself kicking through the ball and onto Austin's studs. Was never a foul but I don't think you can blame Cleary for that. 

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