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Thread: Bielsas subs last night

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    Bielsas subs last night

    Good win last night, but was a bit baffled by MB"s subs - McCalmont made sense, but bringing on both Bamford & Harrison for last 10 mins?, what was to gain, plus risk of injury etc.

    Would rather Bogusz / Gotts had been given some game time, when 3-0 up - still no chance for Struijk / Edmundson or
    Kun Tem. Clarke 10 Mill + - jury still out for me.

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    He definitely marches to the beat of a different drummer. Must have something to do with training and who he thinks is putting in the effort.

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    'but bringing on both Bamford & Harrison for last 10 mins?, what was to gain, plus risk of injury etc.'

    It wouldn't bother me if either of those two got injured.

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    Lol..

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    The Bamford sub is fairly obvious: The only other real forward/Eddie probably tiring a little/get Pat on to see if he can grab a goal against lesser opposition for confidence, no luck there so..

    Harrison to give us width again and the more experienced, the other mob were getting physical no point risking younger lads

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    Quote Originally Posted by denver11 View Post
    'but bringing on both Bamford & Harrison for last 10 mins?, what was to gain, plus risk of injury etc.'

    It wouldn't bother me if either of those two got injured.
    Perhaps Marcello was hoping one of those massive Salford lads would knock Casilla out so his apparent 'must play however catastrophic' contract could be circumvented?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jezleeds View Post
    Perhaps Marcello was hoping one of those massive Salford lads would knock Casilla out so his apparent 'must play however catastrophic' contract could be circumvented?
    Now now, let's not be cynical, that my preserve!

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    Played well, we won, no injuries - who cares

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    Quote Originally Posted by WTF11 View Post
    Now now, let's not be cynical, that my preserve!

    I see Casilla had a car accident on Wednesday - thankfully nobody injured.

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