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    True - remember when many in here said similar about Rohan Ince.
    Different sort of lad I think. And different times. And a different place.

    I enjoyed that tonight. Ince when good was at 120%. When he was at 100% the wobbly springs were visible. That said, I admit a mastery of hindsight
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      Me too, but where does he play?
      Baluta Dunk Webster perhaps?

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      From memory When I saw him in the euros he was best sitting just in front of the defence. It would probably need stephens to be injured or go off form for him to get a chance.
      I see you have him in the back three. I’m a big Duffy fan so not sure I’d go along with that!
      That is indeed a strong team though
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      Different sort of lad I think. And different times. And a different place.

      I enjoyed that tonight. Ince when good was at 120%. When he was at 100% the wobbly springs were visible. That said, I admit a mastery of hindsight
      He was decent at first there’s no doubt. But the fact he was 7foot and couldn’t head the ball was always a worry.
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      From memory When I saw him in the euros he was best sitting just in front of the defence. It would probably need stephens to be injured or go off form for him to get a chance.
      I see you have him in the back three. I’m a big Duffy fan so not sure I’d go along with that!
      That is indeed a strong team though
      Yeah, former CB now DM but you only have to look at Webster today....our wide defenders are essentially auxiliary midfielders- who better to play that role than a DM who was bought up playing CB.
      How long? Not long
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      He was good at Orient. Worked hard at Swindon and is clearly a talent. Rohan Ince was and is shite

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      Did well tonight and has a something to offer, needs to read the line at times as was caught off side 3 time in the first half, overall looks promising and a good debut.
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      Did well tonight and has a something to offer, needs to read the line at times as was caught off side 3 time in the first half, overall looks promising and a good debut.
      Remember he has always been a CM, he'll learn to look across the line but that hasn't been a necessary part of his game up to now. The headed 'goal' was very close.
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      Yeah he was CM most of the second half. And against Bristol Rovers too.
      He's absolutely a number 8. A season learning the big boy game and he could be a really assist in midfield next year. Such a lovely football brain.
      He was defo not Centre mid at Bristol!

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      He was defo not Centre mid at Bristol!

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      He was for most of the 2nd half.
      Potter did exactly what he did with him today in that game, which was bring him in from wide after about 60 minutes.
      How long? Not long
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      He can’t be as good as Jurgen Locadia and Florin Andone. I know that because so many people on NSC told me Graham Potter was clearly crazy to let those two leave.

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