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Scored a header vs Burnley. 
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Not bad for a man that was finished a few months ago
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Go on seamie! 
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Jimmy Raggatip very quiet this weather.
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I’m a big fan of Coleman, he’s an all round nice guy and doesn’t get involved in BS.

Is he really captain material though? 

Our performance against the Rock (and lots of other games) really needed a captain to kick players into gear. Give them a bit of sh*# and lead by example and I don’t really see it from him (maybe im wrong)

Maybe Duffy would be better placed for this? I could see players listening to him.
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Originally posted by Mikeire Mikeire wrote:

I’m a big fan of Coleman, he’s an all round nice guy and doesn’t get involved in BS.

Is he really captain material though? 

Our performance against the Rock (and lots of other games) really needed a captain to kick players into gear. Give them a bit of sh*# and lead by example and I don’t really see it from him (maybe im wrong)

Maybe Duffy would be better placed for this? I could see players listening to him.

Thought Coleman led by example in Copenhagen.

I can’t imagine Duffy being captain. One of the least intelligent lads in the squad.
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Originally posted by Mikeire Mikeire wrote:

I’m a big fan of Coleman, he’s an all round nice guy and doesn’t get involved in BS.

Is he really captain material though? 

Our performance against the Rock (and lots of other games) really needed a captain to kick players into gear. Give them a bit of sh*# and lead by example and I don’t really see it from him (maybe im wrong)

Maybe Duffy would be better placed for this? I could see players listening to him.

I'd say Coleman is perfect. Passionate, vocal and gets stuck in on behalf of his team mates.
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Originally posted by JohnSwift JohnSwift wrote:

Originally posted by Mikeire Mikeire wrote:

I’m a big fan of Coleman, he’s an all round nice guy and doesn’t get involved in BS.

Is he really captain material though? 

Our performance against the Rock (and lots of other games) really needed a captain to kick players into gear. Give them a bit of sh*# and lead by example and I don’t really see it from him (maybe im wrong)

Maybe Duffy would be better placed for this? I could see players listening to him.

Thought Coleman led by example in Copenhagen.

I can’t imagine Duffy being captain. One of the least intelligent lads in the squad.

His intelligence is irrelevant. Hes clearly a leader. Capt material in my book. A monster.
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Don't think Coleman has done much wrong to lose the captaincy, it's just another example of the reactionary "lets change absolutely everything" attitude after last night. His delivery was generally poor, but at the same time he attacked tirelessly, turned his marker inside out on every occasion, and put in probably 2-3 good balls.
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Does it matter? It's just who goes up for the coin toss.
Greed has won, big finance has won. Whatever small role elite clubs still play in the local communities from which they grew is dwarfed now by their position as global brands.
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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Does it matter? It's just who goes up for the coin toss.

Exactly 

He’d hardly strike me as one for “rallying the troops” Coleman anyway. He hasn’t the voice for it for a start 
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Maybe if Coleman managed to cross the odd ball into the box it might help his position as a captain and a leader.....he is captain because he is a yes man, pure and simple.

Edited by Cabra Hoop - 11 Jun 2019 at 10:52pm
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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Does it matter? It's just who goes up for the coin toss.

It does matter IMO. A good capt is a big plus in any team. 
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Originally posted by doherty doherty wrote:

Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Does it matter? It's just who goes up for the coin toss.

It does matter IMO. A good capt is a big plus in any team. 

I’m thinking when players go missing in games, like hendrick, Brady etc and the captain should be towing the line?

Hendrick seems to go missing for long periods, I can’t help feeling that wouldn’t happen under Keane.
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is it just me or does Seamus seem like he has lost a lot of pace this last wile... seems very leggy and doesn't seem to be able to get beyond defenders these days
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Originally posted by Mikeire Mikeire wrote:

Originally posted by doherty doherty wrote:

Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Does it matter? It's just who goes up for the coin toss.

It does matter IMO. A good capt is a big plus in any team. 

I’m thinking when players go missing in games, like hendrick, Brady etc and the captain should be towing the line?

Hendrick seems to go missing for long periods, I can’t help feeling that wouldn’t happen under Keane.

Maybe if Hendrick was captain, he might take more responsibility and not go missing.
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The captains at Burnley and Derby must be sh*t as well. A player doesn’t become a leader because they get an extra bit of cloth. Most of the iconic captains in football history were natural leaders and would have had an influence regardless of whether they walked out first or not. 

Greed has won, big finance has won. Whatever small role elite clubs still play in the local communities from which they grew is dwarfed now by their position as global brands.
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