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#41 duncanmckenzieismagic

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Posted 03 Jan 2010 - 12:05

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Hibbert was an absolute arsebag yesterday, and it's laughable that the only reason Coleman got on was because Hibbert was injured! I went home thinking Moyes had actually made a good tactical decision for a change, only for that to be blown out of the water after his interview.



I didnt think Hibbert was any worse than the rest of them to be honest, not saying much I know!

People need to get the whole Coleman thing into perspective hes had one good game ( and one nightmare!) and everybody has him down as a world beater. Give the lad a chance before heeping too much pressure on him

Moyse sees him every day in training and I trust him to be able to judge how good a player he is and I am sure he will put him in when he thinks he is ready. Im sure it must be frustrating for all the Hibbo bashers but he has been playing well in the last few games and doesnt deserve to be dropped
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Posted 03 Jan 2010 - 13:31

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I didnt think Hibbert was any worse than the rest of them to be honest, not saying much I know!

People need to get the whole Coleman thing into perspective hes had one good game ( and one nightmare!) and everybody has him down as a world beater. Give the lad a chance before heeping too much pressure on him

Moyse sees him every day in training and I trust him to be able to judge how good a player he is and I am sure he will put him in when he thinks he is ready. Im sure it must be frustrating for all the Hibbo bashers but he has been playing well in the last few games and doesnt deserve to be dropped



One nightmare... out of position
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#43 Romey 1878

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Posted 03 Jan 2010 - 13:58

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I didnt think Hibbert was any worse than the rest of them to be honest, not saying much I know!


I didn't say he was, that accolade would go to Bily.

People need to get the whole Coleman thing into perspective hes had one good game ( and one nightmare!) and everybody has him down as a world beater. Give the lad a chance before heeping too much pressure on him


Give the lad a chance is exactly what I'm wanting, yesterday would have been the perfect opportunity for that.

Im sure it must be frustrating for all the Hibbo bashers but he has been playing well in the last few games and doesnt deserve to be dropped



Hibbert has been playing well recently, but seeing as I was talking about the Carlisle game and he was very poor my comments still stand.
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#44 Jimmy the blue

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Posted 03 Jan 2010 - 16:04

The boss is without any doubt well aware of the capabilities of both players, Coleman's presence has made Hibbo pull his socks up. SC is a huge talent, he has speed and control crossed with excellent distribution, his was one of the most effective home debuts I have ever seen, and I've seen a few over the years. My Christmas retro shirt carries the lads name. Hibbo is injured, he may need to see a specialist hence Seamus will now get his chance, woe betide him if he slips up because Hibbo will be ready to take the shirt back on his return. The big bonus out of Hibbo's injury is that we will all have a chance to fully assess Seamus full potential.

Lets not forget young Duffy who must soon be given more chances, he was that good against Bate................with lads like these coming through our future is in safe hands lads, don't knock the kids just cheer for them when they get their chance
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Posted 03 Jan 2010 - 16:39

Every chance imo that if Hibbo's not fit for the Arsenal game Neville will play right back.

Sorry.
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Posted 03 Jan 2010 - 19:37

Every chance imo that if Hibbo's not fit for the Arsenal game Neville will play right back.

Sorry.


Don't be sorry Mike just cus you're wrong mate :D

tbh I doubt if Pip is upto running the full pitch all day following his return from injury, hanging round the middle of the park and barking out orders. We will also be looking for a place play Donovan as well or will his loan start from the bench
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Posted 03 Jan 2010 - 19:55

Don't be sorry Mike just cus you're wrong mate :D

Either way I won't be around to say (or hear) "told you so" because I'm going to be sliding down a Pyrennean mountain next Saturday :) . Thought it the safest place to be after the opening day game at Goodison :unsure: .
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Posted 03 Jan 2010 - 20:09

Tbh Mike I think you could be right but in saying that I believe that lad deserves a push and if the player he is deputising for is injured it could come like a kick in the teeth to be left out yet again after earning rave reviews against Spuds. If Donovan plays he could end up packing the midfield.................7 - 1 to us, honest :)

Edited by Jimmy the blue, 03 Jan 2010 - 20:10.

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Posted 03 Jan 2010 - 20:28

Hope I'm wrong....be delighted to see Seamus start, fit Hibbo or no.
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Posted 04 Jan 2010 - 07:25

seamie...his facebook says seamie...sorry.

also, thanks for calling me about the Sagna playing our right...he may prove to be too much for even Baines.


Coleman has had 3 great appearances for us. He was MOM, then again for BATE he was class and on against carlisle he was involved in the cahill goal. He deserves to be seeing a prem start here and there...not to mention the next FA cup match.
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Posted 04 Jan 2010 - 12:43

The problem with Seamus is that we dont really know how good he is defensively and against Arsenal he could get ripped apart. He is certainly quality going forward and he has looked at least decent defensively in the games we have seen BUT they havent had the quality and movement that Arsenal at home will have.

Arsenal are down to their 3rd and 4th choice LB's and the LW wont be tracking back all that often so it may well be their weakness so I say why not chuck him in. If he makes mistakes at the back at least he can try and make up for it going forward.
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Posted 04 Jan 2010 - 12:48

The problem with Seamus is that we dont really know how good he is defensively and against Arsenal he could get ripped apart. He is certainly quality going forward and he has looked at least decent defensively in the games we have seen BUT they havent had the quality and movement that Arsenal at home will have.

Arsenal are down to their 3rd and 4th choice LB's and the LW wont be tracking back all that often so it may well be their weakness so I say why not chuck him in. If he makes mistakes at the back at least he can try and make up for it going forward.


Then we can blame it on the fact we are playing Arsenal at Arsenal, and noone will think any differently ;)
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Posted 04 Jan 2010 - 14:59

Hibbert was an absolute arsebag yesterday, and it's laughable that the only reason Coleman got on was because Hibbert was injured! I went home thinking Moyes had actually made a good tactical decision for a change, only for that to be blown out of the water after his interview.


exactly my thoughts that mate
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Posted 07 Jan 2010 - 06:53

Séamus is a male first name of Celtic origin, pronounced /ˈʃeɪməs/ "SHAY-mus" in English. It is the Gaelic equivalent of the name James, ultimately from the Hebrew יַעֲקֹב Yaʿaqov.

Variant spellings include Séamas, Seumus, Shaymus and Shamus. Diminutives include Séimí, Séimín and Séamaisín.

Its meaning is "one who supplants" or "substitute".
In the United States, the name "Shamus" is sometimes used as a slang word for private detective.

~wikipedia

hopefully Moyes hasn't read into this whole Seamus means substitute business and more into the "one who supplants." :P
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