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    isnt that a 4 4 1 1
    Could call it that, or think of it as 3 in CM including Gross as the most advanced of them.

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      Lets wait and see.

      Perhaps you overlooked my posts on the fact that CH often uses Jamie to stop counter attacks when we have corners by marking their fastest breaking player at the edge of the box. I have a feeling that might be more important when you come up against teams who will ''counter attack'' with even more pace than Championship sides do.

      I get it. - You don't rate Jamie but your view is not shared by the Manager. The jury is out on him it seems. Some like him and some don't. Neither of us is totally right and neither of is totally wrong. We all look for different things in players when we go to watch and enjoy football. That's our prerogatives and that's why its great to get involved in and discuss.
      And you are in love with the man!!!

      I didn't overlook your posts but if we aren't employing two wingers in a game don't you think we might have better midfielders to bolster that area than Jamie Murphy?
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      And you are in love with the man!!!

      I didn't overlook your posts but if we aren't employing two wingers in a game don't you think we might have better midfielders to bolster that area than Jamie Murphy?
      LOL LOL LOL

      Can't say I am. Never met him since he left Motherwell.

      Answer to second your question. Not yet but maybe soon.
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      Is Jamie even currently ''Represented'' ? - I am not sure that he is
      In the FA Agents Transactions Report for when he signed, his representative is given as Robert Segal from Impact Sports Management (who also represented Rohan Ince and Liam Ridgewell, for what it is worth).
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      In the FA Agents Transactions Report for when he signed, his representative is given as Robert Segal from Impact Sports Management (who also represented Rohan Ince and Liam Ridgewell, for what it is worth).
      That's interesting. Probably an ''ad hoc'' appointment then. Most players don't have Agents constantly acting except the bigger ones who have interests outside of football
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      Assume Chris Wilder's speaking hypothetically here, rather than expecting an imminent windfall from Mr Murphy:

      http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/40654881

      "We've done fantastically well in terms of protecting ourselves with the likes of Jamie Murphy, Kyle Walker and Harry Maguire," Wilder said.

      The Blades are reportedly due 10% of the transfer fees paid to Walker's former club Tottenham, and Hull City for Maguire, while the same will also apply if Murphy moves on from current club Brighton.

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