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    FFS Brown injury

    Posted by Cuba on 20/2/2024, 13:56:58

    Time to look at available free agents?

    He was so important to our resurgence and notably Townsend hasnít been the same since Brown was out of the team.

    Time for Harris?

      Re: FFS Brown injury

      Posted by JR Hartley on 20/2/2024, 17:27:57, in reply to "FFS Brown injury "

      Zak Nelson.

        Re: FFS Brown injury

        Posted by bbb on 20/2/2024, 15:16:26, in reply to "FFS Brown injury "

        On the upside, it's given you a chance to jump on here tugging your micro penis.

          Re: FFS Brown injury

          Posted by Gripper on 20/2/2024, 15:26:20, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

          Sorted your manky teeth out yet?

            Re: FFS Brown injury

            Posted by bbb on 20/2/2024, 15:28:16, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

            Sorted that issue you had regards standing too close to the school gates yet?

          Re: FFS Brown injury

          Posted by thebeast on 20/2/2024, 14:08:26, in reply to "FFS Brown injury "

          didn't see much correlation between performances both players?

          more worrying is that we didn't add a striker or at recall the loanees during the window?

            Re: FFS Brown injury

            Posted by Herts Hatter on 20/2/2024, 14:33:13, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

            I mentioned McAtee who is doing okay but was told I was being 'negative' by some on here

              Re: FFS Brown injury

              Posted by Bored in Flitwick on 20/2/2024, 15:34:09, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

              Should have re called one of those loanee strikers..know where the goal posts are..got to be a better bet than woodrow...no sub striker on bench sat

                Re: FFS Brown injury

                Posted by Bored in Flitwick on 20/2/2024, 15:29:23, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                Should have re called one of those loanee strikers..know where the goal posts are..got to be a better bet than woodrow...no sub striker on bench sat

                  Re: FFS Brown injury

                  Posted by Nearly a Genius on 20/2/2024, 15:40:09, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                  That didn't merit one post, let alone two.

                    Re: FFS Brown injury

                    Posted by The Outsider on 20/2/2024, 15:57:56, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                    Especially, as we didn't play on Saturday.

                Re: FFS Brown injury

                Posted by Hippo on 20/2/2024, 14:26:32, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                Makes the lack of business in January even more infuriating. Really was amazed we didnít bring a couple more in.

                Potts appears to even be behind a couple of the youngsters now for places on bench. In my opinion, the talk of keeping a squad space open this season for Tom Lockyer wasnít true and said to cover up the lack of incomings.

                Locks has been brilliant on tv and radio over the weekend. Such a shame what happened.

                  Re: FFS Brown injury

                  Posted by Sandgrounder on 20/2/2024, 14:57:21, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                  Potts was behind 1 attacking youngster for a place on the bench. Not much point putting him on the bench with Burke and Kabore already options.

                  By the way, Man City named an 18 man squad, so maybe give Pep a call with your words of wisdom.

                    Re: FFS Brown injury

                    Posted by PG on 20/2/2024, 15:01:27, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                    Difference is Man City have 13 under 21ís who would walk into both Sheffield United and Burnley teams.

                      Re: FFS Brown injury

                      Posted by Cuba on 20/2/2024, 15:03:51, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                      Absolutelybloodyexactly this.

                        Re: FFS Brown injury

                        Posted by Hippo on 20/2/2024, 15:26:08, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                        First teamers Jeremy Doku, Josko Gvardiol, Rico Lewis and Oscar Bobb all on their under 21 list!

                        Loads of talent in their academy too, including players like Micah Hamilton who scored on his Champions League debut. When you are the worldís best team, you can start to integrate youngsters in when games are won. Luton donít have that luxury.

                        Itís just my opinion that we should have given Rob Edwards the maximum squad resources for remaining games, especially with the likes of Nakamba and Andersen injured and Hashioka needing time to settle. Hopefully an FA Cup run too!

                        Sandgrounder fully entitled to his/her opinion. No issues with a bit of debate, but I wonít be calling Pep on this occasion.

                  Re: FFS Brown injury

                  Posted by Eddie on 20/2/2024, 14:17:00, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                  Why didnít we add a striker? Could have gone hunting in other divisions with 10 million and picked up someone very decent. Staying up is worth god knows how many hundred million so that would be nothing to spend in comparison.
                  People think if we go down weíll pop back up but thereís no saying it wouldnít happen again in 20 years.
                  We were probably only two decent signings off of finishing fairy comfortably but weíve now made it harder for ourselves.

                    Re: FFS Brown injury

                    Posted by MG on 20/2/2024, 16:06:22, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                    Most of the talk in January was about how we weren't replacing Nakamba . . .

                    But now we need a striker and you say we should spend 10 million to get someone like say Cameron Archer?

                    So, 10 million - plus signing on fee - plus decent wages and how would you say that signing such a player impacts our chances of staying up? 10% more likely? 20%?

                      Re: FFS Brown injury

                      Posted by Eddie on 20/2/2024, 16:37:21, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                      Plenty of decent talent in the lower leagues. No not someone like Archer, someone like Adebayo who was £250,000 . Brian Stein, Ian Dowie, Morris or Jamie Vardy. All came from lower leagues.
                      We messed up in the transfer window by not signing decent cover

                        Re: FFS Brown injury

                        Posted by Herve Baquet on 20/2/2024, 18:13:29, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                        Go on then, who are these strikers in the lower leagues that we can sign who will slot straight into the premier league?

                        Maybe you should email the club with your info

                          Re: FFS Brown injury

                          Posted by Cuba on 21/2/2024, 13:45:56, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                          Isnít that we pay the scouting cream for?

                          Itís a bit rich expecting fans to find players.

                          Your argument doesnít hold water.

                          We found Eli ok a few years ago, Morris too.

                          What has happened since?

                          I suspect clubs have worked our approach out and are making it harder, so disappointed that we havenít found a solution to that.

                        Re: FFS Brown injury

                        Posted by Grumpy on 20/2/2024, 16:24:09, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                        Archer was 18 million and we saw close up how useless he is!

                          Re: FFS Brown injury

                          Posted by MG on 20/2/2024, 16:26:51, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                          Yes exactly. Next year they will be all that money worse off with nothing to show for it.

                            Re: FFS Brown injury

                            Posted by Herve Baquet on 20/2/2024, 18:17:29, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                            To be fair, I've heard from a Sheff U mate that the Archer deal was quite a strange one. Apparently the fee they paid was essentially a loan fee, which they get back if they go down, and the player also goes back to Villa.

                        Re: FFS Brown injury

                        Posted by College Hatter on 20/2/2024, 14:22:02, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                        And to think that Joe Taylor is wasting his time out on loan.

                          Re: FFS Brown injury

                          Posted by Ches Fordroad on 20/2/2024, 14:26:21, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                          Scoring goals for fun, apparently

                            Re: FFS Brown injury

                            Posted by Cuba on 20/2/2024, 14:43:43, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                            Whatís that supposed to infer?

                            I guess you will try and make everyone believe that having two fit strikers in the squad is sufficient in our predicament?

                            As I said at the time Taylor was a free hit for us and he would be preferable to the alternative which one can only assume is Harris because Lynch and Allen are out on loan too.

                            You will try and deny this I know but you are so blinkered itís untrue.

                              Re: FFS Brown injury

                              Posted by Nearly a Genius on 20/2/2024, 15:43:52, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                              Look up "infer" and "imply" in a dictionary, then you won't make so much of a fool of yourself.

                                Re: FFS Brown injury

                                Posted by Ches Fordroad on 20/2/2024, 14:53:27, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                Sorry ..... YOU are calling someone else blinkered.

                                Heard it all now

                                  Re: FFS Brown injury

                                  Posted by Cuba on 20/2/2024, 14:57:29, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                  My blinkers are firmly set on the complete failure in January to do the required business.

                                  Yours seem to be to forgive the club this, which is well meaning I know but itís incredibly short sighted particularly when Brown had been out injured to.

                                  We have the money for goodness sakes.

                                    Re: FFS Brown injury

                                    Posted by bbb on 20/2/2024, 15:15:14, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                    'Set on the complete failure in January to do the required business'

                                    I can't believe you haven't mentioned this before.....

                                      Re: FFS Brown injury

                                      Posted by Ches Fordroad on 20/2/2024, 14:59:13, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                      I think I've worked out who you are ......

                                        Re: FFS Brown injury

                                        Posted by Cuba on 20/2/2024, 15:04:39, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                        And what does that matter?

                                          Re: FFS Brown injury

                                          Posted by Ches Fordroad on 20/2/2024, 15:05:57, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                          It doesn't, but at least I know what a history of sputing total and utter bollocks you have

                                            Re: FFS Brown injury

                                            Posted by Cuba on 20/2/2024, 15:09:35, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                            Look you are very well meaning and your loyalty unquestionable.

                                            But being loyal doesnít mean you canít question decisions.

                                            The lack of business is very likely to cost us, itís such an obvious risk to go into the second half of the season with lack of cover in three key positions.

                                            Bye for now, see you at Keele.

                                              Re: FFS Brown injury

                                              Posted by Ches Fordroad on 20/2/2024, 15:21:44, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                              You seriously don't think I question things?

                                              I'll bet I was questioning a shitload more than you back in the days of Mortimer, Evans, Kohler, MWC, Gurney, Jayten, let alone now.

                                              What I don't do is lose my shit every five minutes on Outlaw, nor do I put myself in a position where no matter what happens I claim to have seen it coming. I'm absolutely certain that if we do stay up this season you'll go into denial and claim you never said them things.

                                      Re: FFS Brown injury

                                      Posted by crumpsall on 20/2/2024, 14:55:24, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                      I have to say, that is a gobsmacking lack of self-awareness, even for Cuba.

                                    Re: FFS Brown injury

                                    Posted by Earls on 20/2/2024, 14:43:32, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                    Come on, Ches. Taylor or McAtee have to be a better striking option on the bench than Nelson. Donít get me wrong, I hope Nelson is ready, and that he writes himself into One Of Our Own legend by getting a Prem goal. But weíd been relatively fortunate with injuries this season up front and were statistically due something like this.
                                    We only have a 23-man squad, it does seem a waste that we didnít bolster it with Harris, Taylor or McAtee to cover exactly this eventuality.

                                      Re: FFS Brown injury

                                      Posted by Herve Baquet on 20/2/2024, 18:24:43, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                      Eli is only out for a few days.
                                      You're not going to get a backup anywhere near as good as him for cheap. So unless you're going to sign someone ridiculous for a cheap price, you don't waste money on someone you're not sure about.

                                      Cauley did a good job covering on Sunday, but if that doesn't work, or if it's longer term with Eli, we can play Morris up top with two from Clark, Chong, Ogbene, Townsend supporting.

                                      I'd rather have that formation that playing a striker who's never started a game above League One level

                                      This is not the nightmare some are making it out to be.

                                        Re: FFS Brown injury

                                        Posted by Ches Fordroad on 20/2/2024, 14:57:08, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                        Harris is still an option, given that he doesn't have to be named, but I'd be amazed if he or any of the others would be the answer.

                                        Ideal world of course we'd have got an extra striker in, plus the 850 other players Cuba insisted were necessary, but it ain't always as easy as he claims.

                                          Re: FFS Brown injury

                                          Posted by Earls on 20/2/2024, 15:04:19, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                          No denying Cuba is a multi-name nuisance. None of the three strikers on loan may be the answer.
                                          But a gamble on one of them, especially assuming there wasnít a striker worth a financial punt, had to be worth a risk compared to the current option of nothing. (Again, hopefully Nelson does great if needed, but with zero league experience he has to be a bigger gamble than Taylor/McAtee.)

                                          Re: FFS Brown injury

                                          Posted by Sandgrounder on 20/2/2024, 14:54:46, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                          We have a 24 man squad. Harris doesnít need to be named because of his age, so he could play. However heís never played a single minute of league football so itís a stretch to say heís ready for the premier league

                                            Re: FFS Brown injury

                                            Posted by The Outsider on 20/2/2024, 14:52:09, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                            23? Isn't it 24?

                                              Re: FFS Brown injury

                                              Posted by Earls on 20/2/2024, 14:59:23, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                              Fair enough, 24. One of whom, Nakamba, seems a gamble to be fit again this season. A gamble worth taking, of course. Still - thatís a spare place where a striker could have gone in case of injuries that have happened less than a month later.

                                                Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                Posted by Sandgrounder on 20/2/2024, 15:04:13, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                What striker though? The club say they made some brave bids. Were we genuinely in for Akpom, who knows but apparently Ajax were demanding an obligation to buy for £18 million if he left on loan. Did we get the balance between risk and reward right? Again, I donít know. But given the choice between pushing the boat out a bit too much and being a bit too cautious, I know what side of the line iíd rather we were.

                                                  Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                  Posted by Ches Fordroad on 20/2/2024, 15:13:47, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                  Well I'm certainly glad we didn't sign Akpom if that's the case. Always had him marked down as a one-season wonder.

                                                    Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                    Posted by Toddingtonsteve on 20/2/2024, 15:43:08, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                    Yep, me too

                                                    Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                    Posted by Earls on 20/2/2024, 15:07:53, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                    Per my reply to CF above, Iím absolutely not saying we should have gambled ££££ on anyone. But I do think recalling McAtee or Taylor when theyíre already our players and had been doing well on loan had to make sense when just two injuries have left us with no strikers with league experience on the bench.

                                                      Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                      Posted by Sandgrounder on 20/2/2024, 15:10:27, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                      Iím assuming an operation for Brown wasnít on the cards at the time, indeed he came on at Newcastle, otherwise maybe they wouldíve done.

                                                        Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                        Posted by Cuba on 20/2/2024, 15:12:54, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                        But why take the risk when you didnít need to?

                                                        Brown had been out for 5 weeks prior.

                                                        Itís infuriating.

                                                          Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                          Posted by Herve Baquet on 20/2/2024, 18:29:07, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                          You're infuriating.

                                                          Not recalling a couple of players who are currently doing okay in the third division, is categorically not a risk. You blithering idiot.

                                                        Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                        Posted by Cuba on 20/2/2024, 15:10:17, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                        #this and was my point in very early Jan.

                                                        But what do I know????

                                                          Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                          Posted by Sandgrounder on 20/2/2024, 15:13:25, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                          https://members.boardhost.com/lutonoutlaws/msg/1708441827.html

                                                          Newcastle was on 3rd feb by the way.

                                                          So after the transfer window shut we had Morris, Adebayo, Brown, Woodrow as fit and available strikers. So in that situation you wouldíve recalled one of two players whoíve played no higher than league 1, just in case??

                                                            Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                            Posted by Cuba on 20/2/2024, 15:20:06, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                            Woodrow is not a PL striker. I would pick Taylor ahead of him anyway.

                                                            Taylor has pace and we know how difficult that is to play against.

                                                            My only conclusion is that Ogbene will play up front now and we will use Kabore again.

                                                              Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                              Posted by bbb on 20/2/2024, 15:24:23, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                              'Woodrow is not a PL striker.'

                                                              He plays for a Premier League club as a striker shit for brains. Therefore he is a PL striker.

                                                              Sos an all that.

                                                                Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                Posted by Bored in Flitwick on 20/2/2024, 15:36:45, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                May play for..or be on the books of a prem team..but even you have to admit he does not have the quality...waste of a squad space

                                                                  Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                  Posted by bbb on 20/2/2024, 15:48:25, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                  According to his team mates he's the best finisher at the club.

                                                                  I do think an extra striker and an old head at the back would have been decent signings in January though.

                                                                  I just choose not to cry on here about it 20 times a day.

                                                                    Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                    Posted by Bored in Flitwick on 20/2/2024, 18:16:11, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                    Best finisher ..maybe in training..but not seen that on a match day

                                                                      Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                      Posted by Cuba on 20/2/2024, 15:55:18, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                      I do because I know the pain of relegation from this league and I had hoped we could avoid.

                                                                      I canít get over it.

                                                                        Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                        Posted by Ramridge Raider on 20/2/2024, 16:25:22, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                        Like I posted yesterday, you have spent 32 years waiting for this. Why not enjoy it and trust that the club have tried their best to strengthen with the limited financial budget that we have.

                                                                        You are coming across as someone who is totally disillusioned and cynical about the club.

                                                                        Just enjoy the ride. I know I am even though we haven't spent £200 mill on new players.

                                                                          Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                          Posted by Cuba on 20/2/2024, 16:31:42, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                          But if we go down and lose the better players and then need to strengthen it will likely cost just as much as it would have done to strengthen in January.

                                                                          Unless you are happy to struggle next season in the Championship?

                                                                            Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                            Posted by Ramridge Raider on 20/2/2024, 16:40:00, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                            If we go down, I fully expect that we will have a very competitive squad at Championship level. Losing players is pure speculation at this stage.

                                                                            We could gamble our parachute money, still get relegated and have nothing to spend in the Championship.

                                                                            Your ethos is more aligned to the Notts Forest ethos. Spend heavily and pray that we stay up.

                                                                            How many clubs are in the shit because they gambled....and lost? You seem to be advocating that approach despite the evidence.

                                                                          Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                          Posted by bbb on 20/2/2024, 15:59:03, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                          Man up you fýckin tart.

                                                                      Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                      Posted by Ches Fordroad on 20/2/2024, 15:33:30, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                      I bet Cuba was losing his shit last year when we signed Taylor, and complaining that the failure to sign a proven striker would cost us promotion, now he's THE ANSWER

                                                                        Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                        Posted by Just an observation on 20/2/2024, 15:55:55, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                        I don't think Cuba has actually said he is the answer. He has indicated having him on the bench may just be preferable to having no striker on the bench

                                                                          Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                          Posted by Doctor Ince on 20/2/2024, 16:29:32, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                          Yeah but Ches doesn't actually do reading, he'd rather make swipes at Cuba for being Cuba

                                                                            Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                            Posted by bbb on 20/2/2024, 16:35:51, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                            In fairness, Cuba does come across as a bit of a helmet.

                                                                              Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                              Posted by Nearly a Genius on 20/2/2024, 16:34:58, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                              On the other hand, Cuba seems to think he knows better than the people who actually have the job of recruiting and training.

                                                                                Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                                Posted by No he doesn't on 20/2/2024, 16:59:00, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                                And your comment is mind blowingly stupid guessing what he and other posters think unless, that is, you're truly a mind reader, which you're not.

                                                                                This is a message board for people to offer their opinions. Stop trying to be so high and mighty, you're no more itk of the situation than he or anyone else is.

                                                                                  Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                                  Posted by Nearly a Genius on 20/2/2024, 17:36:31, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                                  I know Iím not itk.
                                                                                  Thatís why I donít pontificate as to who should be signed.

                                                                                  Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                                  Posted by Cuba on 20/2/2024, 16:45:45, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                                  On this occasion maybe I do.

                                                                                  This is a fast and physical game and players gets injured in training, games and now warm ups.

                                                                                  Please tell me what was to gain but not strengthening????

                                                                                    Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                                    Posted by jimmyp on 20/2/2024, 17:04:56, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                                    No, you absolutely, categorically, unequivocally, do not.

                                                                                    We haven't chosen against strengthening, we just weren't able to. Get your head round that, it's not especially difficult.

                                                                                    Cheers, Jim

                                                                                    Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                                    Posted by Doctor Ince on 20/2/2024, 16:39:26, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                                    I make Cuba right on this to be honest.

                                                                                    Out of the centre backs we started the season with, one is now out for at least this season. One has been more or less permanently injured, and one is notoriously injury prone. We're an injury to Bell away from being in real trouble.

                                                                                    Why not get cover in? It doesn't need to be a 'brave' deal.


                                                                                    We've now got a striker with 0 football league experience sat on the bench, surely one of Taylor or McAtee would be better options. It was entirely foreseeable that one of Adebayo, Morris, Brown or Woodrow would pick up an injury, especially as Brown had one over Jan anyway.

                                                                                    We once signed Jake Jervis in Jan as cover and although he turned out to be shit, he did get game time.

                                                                                      Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                                      Posted by jimmyp on 20/2/2024, 16:54:12, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                                      Sorry, are you trying to say that you'd prefer we signed someone who 'turned out to be shit' than have a youngster on the bench who's not actually going to play?

                                                                                      I'll trust that we tried but couldn't get someone in who'd actually improve us.

                                                                                      Cheers, Jim

                                                                                        Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                                        Posted by Doctor Ince on 20/2/2024, 17:00:02, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                                        See my reply to ramridge below

                                                                                          Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                                          Posted by jimmyp on 20/2/2024, 17:06:39, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                                          And see his to you, it's basically what I would have said.

                                                                                          Cheers, Jim

                                                                                        Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                                        Posted by Ramridge Raider on 20/2/2024, 16:48:09, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                                        You ruined your previous good work by using Jake Jervis as an example.

                                                                                        Panic buy, who cost money and added to the wage bill. Contributed virtually nothing.

                                                                                          Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                                          Posted by Doctor Ince on 20/2/2024, 16:53:52, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                                          My point was we knew we needed cover so got cover in.

                                                                                          Yes he was shite but we were able to recognise we would need cover.

                                                                                          I can see we might have learnt from that and didn't want to waste money on shit, so why not recall Taylor or McAtee. McAtee isn't much younger than me. If he can't make an impact then he's never going to be able to.

                                                                                            Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                                            Posted by Ramridge Raider on 20/2/2024, 17:04:48, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                                            Taylor or Macatee would have come in as fifth choice strikers at that time. That's in a system that often plays only one at top.

                                                                                            I still think their development is best served in the lower divisions.

                                                                                            We still have Ogbene who can play a central striker role.

                                                                                              Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                                              Posted by Doctor Ince on 20/2/2024, 17:11:40, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                                              I agree, better for their development, but we have to think about the club in the here and now.

                                                                                              Woodrow is injury prone, Brown was out in Jan. So an injury or two happening wasn't unforseen.

                                                                                              Yes agree Ogbene can go up top, think that's a better use of his talents anyway

                                                                                          Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                                          Posted by Doctor Ince on 20/2/2024, 16:44:10, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                                          Plus Nakamba is out long term so am injury to Lokonga or Barkley and weve got Pelly(who is ok) as back up, followed by Berry, who unfortunately is not Prem standard.

                                                                                            Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                                            Posted by Nearly a Genius on 20/2/2024, 16:43:59, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                                            You and he are entitled to your opinions.

                                                                                            That doesn't mean

                                                                                              Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                                              Posted by Nearly a Genius on 20/2/2024, 16:45:14, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                                              he is correct.

                                                                                              (pressed post too soon )

                                                                                                Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                                                Posted by Doctor Ince on 20/2/2024, 16:54:10, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                                                Doesn't mean he's wrong either though

                                                                                        Re: FFS Brown injury

                                                                                        Posted by Cuba on 20/2/2024, 16:27:21, in reply to "Re: FFS Brown injury "

                                                                                        indeedÖ.

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