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Originally posted by Hotlips_Hoolahan Hotlips_Hoolahan wrote:

One of these comments standing out like a sore thumb...

Funny how McNamara is flying it despite coming straight into such a terrible team.

Ah, that's a very unfair comparison for Troy really. McNamara is a defender playing for a defensively set up team, he has done his apprenticeship with Newport and St Johnstone and has worked his way up to the point of breaking into the Millwall side at 22.

Parrott is a very young centre forward playing mostly out of position in a defensive team that doesn't play to his strengths at all. He's being put into a much more difficult position than McNamara here, I don't think you can compare the two situations at all really.
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10 goals and 6 assists now for Lincoln in 26 games I read. It’s very impressive. I did harbour hopes that one of our young attackers would really kick on for their side and potentially register 20-25 goal contributions this season. 

Scully is the one that’s looking like doing it. If Lincoln keep it up they will be in the Championship next season would be interesting to see how he goes there as no doubt he will be playing for them he’s one of their top players. 
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Parrott has been disappointing at Millwall, 

little point in pointing out how bad millwall are, the question is - does parrott make them and better team with him in it or not.

Hes can still play for our u19s. Hes playing mens football for the first time and hes only played 10 odd games.

Howett seems to stick with him so I'm not sure how good parrott is in training but he must be showing something.

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Millwall are an average mid table championship club, if they were any better he'd not be getting the opportunities in the team at all and as it stands he's generally one of their weakest performers. 
Makes no sense Spurs terminating the loan though, that's something they'd do only if he wasn't getting picked, he wouldn't get that much game time at as high a level elsewhere.
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Warming the bench tonight. 

He needs to drop down to L1 or 2.

Leyton Orient would be ideal. 
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whatever about Millwall, why does he need to drop down a league? 
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Originally posted by McG McG wrote:

whatever about Millwall, why does he need to drop down a league? 

He needs to score goals. He is out of his depth in Championship. No shame in that. He is only a kid. 
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Originally posted by McG McG wrote:

whatever about Millwall, why does he need to drop down a league? 

AVFC craves attention! He will make statements knowing most will disagree with to try and get a reaction.
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Originally posted by avfc avfc wrote:

Originally posted by McG McG wrote:

whatever about Millwall, why does he need to drop down a league? 

He needs to score goals. He is out of his depth in Championship. No shame in that. He is only a kid. 
Have you identified anybody involved with Irish football who isn’t out of there depth ?
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Originally posted by King_Kenny King_Kenny wrote:

Originally posted by avfc avfc wrote:

Originally posted by McG McG wrote:

whatever about Millwall, why does he need to drop down a league? 

He needs to score goals. He is out of his depth in Championship. No shame in that. He is only a kid. 
Have you identified anybody involved with Irish football who isn’t out of there depth ?

Mick McCarthy.

And Lawrie Sanchez.
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No game time tonight
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Originally posted by BrendanD88 BrendanD88 wrote:

Originally posted by McG McG wrote:

whatever about Millwall, why does he need to drop down a league? 

AVFC craves attention! He will make statements knowing most will disagree with to try and get a reaction.
 
TP is 18 with no senior goals. We are halfway through a season. He is struggling to get game time in a terrible team. To say Championship is beyond him at this juncture is not incorrect. He should be in a lower league.
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Originally posted by avfc avfc wrote:

Originally posted by BrendanD88 BrendanD88 wrote:

Originally posted by McG McG wrote:

whatever about Millwall, why does he need to drop down a league? 

AVFC craves attention! He will make statements knowing most will disagree with to try and get a reaction.
 
TP is 18 with no senior goals. We are halfway through a season. He is struggling to get game time in a terrible team. To say Championship is beyond him at this juncture is not incorrect. He should be in a lower league.

He’s not struggling to get game time, he had started 4 of the previous 6 games prior to last night, last night was only the second time he wasn’t involved in a game since his return from injury. Millwall failed to score last night so I’m sure he’ll be back in the team soon enough.


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Originally posted by BrendanD88 BrendanD88 wrote:

Originally posted by avfc avfc wrote:

Originally posted by BrendanD88 BrendanD88 wrote:

Originally posted by McG McG wrote:

whatever about Millwall, why does he need to drop down a league? 

AVFC craves attention! He will make statements knowing most will disagree with to try and get a reaction.
 
TP is 18 with no senior goals. We are halfway through a season. He is struggling to get game time in a terrible team. To say Championship is beyond him at this juncture is not incorrect. He should be in a lower league.

He’s not struggling to get game time, he had started 4 of the previous 6 games prior to last night, last night was only the second time he wasn’t involved in a game since his return from injury. Millwall failed to score last night so I’m sure he’ll be back in the team soon enough.
 
Heading into February with 0 goals cant be good for his marketability or his confidence.
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Reports of Troy the Boy heading to Ipswich or Ieeeespiwchh as Bielsa calls them
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Originally posted by MC Hammered MC Hammered wrote:


Reports of Troy the Boy heading to Ipswich or Ieeeespiwchh as Bielsa calls them

Seems like it'll happen.
But should mean he stays with the 21s when the Internationals arrive in March.
Scully in L1 playing well and scoring yet no great calls to have him in the seniors.
Will be happy for Troy to find his feet and rebuild his confidence.


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I'm not going to spoof and say I've seen loads of Ipswich but from the limited amount I have seen, is it fair to say that they do try and knock the ball about a bit? 

I've been one of the posters to moan about Millwalls brutal style making life difficult for a young fella finding his feet. This move (if it happens) is a big chance. Hopefully he can stay injury free and get himself a few goals
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