Edinburgh: We ARE in a relegation dogfight

South Wales Argus: Newport County's manager Justin Edinburgh during the Sky Bet League Two match at Sixfields Stadium, Northampton. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday August 10, 2013. See PA story SOCCER Northampton. Photo credit should read: Jon Buckle/PA Newport County's manager Justin Edinburgh during the Sky Bet League Two match at Sixfields Stadium, Northampton. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday August 10, 2013. See PA story SOCCER Northampton. Photo credit should read: Jon Buckle/PA

JUSTIN Edinburgh has admitted the Exiles are getting sucked into a relegation battle after their disastrous 2014 continued against Dagenham.

The Exiles have won only once in 15 and some fans fear they are heading for a return to the Conference.

And Edinburgh admits that his squad need to improve to ensure they don’t squander 18 months of hard work after returning to the Football League following a 25-year absence.

“We can’t be talking about luck, we can’t say luck isn’t with us, we had enough opportunities, we’ve not taken them and the situation we are in now is very difficult,” he told the Argus.

“It’s easier said than done right now but we’ve got nine games and we’ve got to find two wins to make sure all our hard work over the season doesn’t fizzle away.

“We are in a precarious position, if we aren’t tough enough or resilient enough then we can get caught in what is going on below us.

“I’m hurting, I am a hurting guy, it’s not enjoyable, but I will do everything and the players will to make sure we make the end of this season more enjoyable than it has been (for the fans).”

Edinburgh wants a return to the ‘us against the world attitude’ needed when County were fighting Conference relegation in the 2011/12 campaign.

“We’ve largely as a group only known good times, but some of these players were here at the start when we were seeing off relegation in my first season, so one or two know the situation,” he explained.

It hasn’t always been progressive and about winning, but this is a very tough test for us and we need a siege mentality.

“We are on a very bad run and only we can get out of that.”

“We can’t be any clearer than that, games are running out and time is."

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11:33pm Thu 20 Mar 14

toontaff63 says...

well im sorry mr edinburgh but you have to take most of the blame for our current plight by largely you picking players you like and not the best team available. i.e no manager worth his salt would pick danny crowe or remy howe as neither could hit a cows bottom with a shovel also yr pesistance in picking jolly is a joke . you could have picked the two new strikers instead of those two donkeys but obviously you dont like them...and why aint oconner playing he is fit aint he not like we dont need him!! sort it out justin and quick..
well im sorry mr edinburgh but you have to take most of the blame for our current plight by largely you picking players you like and not the best team available. i.e no manager worth his salt would pick danny crowe or remy howe as neither could hit a cows bottom with a shovel also yr pesistance in picking jolly is a joke . you could have picked the two new strikers instead of those two donkeys but obviously you dont like them...and why aint oconner playing he is fit aint he not like we dont need him!! sort it out justin and quick.. toontaff63
  • Score: 3

2:29am Fri 21 Mar 14

COUNTYVOICE says...

the sooner pidgeley is back between the sticks the better. there is nothing more reassuring for the back 4 to have a familiar face instead of the rotating goalkeeper policy at the moment.

radical move but is TONY JAMES match fit? could he fill in for a few games? we need yakabu fit as well . id also play NAYLOR in the back 3 also. WORLEY seems to be a little lost at sea sometimes.

jackson needs to be given a start on the flank . if in need of an emergency loan in the back four maybe an inquiry could be made for OSILAJA.i still think ANTHONY is not up to match fitness yet and should be used as sub

i would also drop PORTER to the subs bench , and also drop BURGE to the subs bench , coincidence that the bad run conincided with his inclusion. my central midfield would be ADAM CHAPMAN and LEE MINSHULL, WILMOTT on the flank and JOLLEY on the other flank (i know i know he's not playing well but he s got to come good at some point).

ZEBROSKI the one main striker , with the other berth to HOLLOWAY, or even recall that 18 year old from GLOUCESTER and give him a shot up front, or maybe even give JEFFERS a run ( i bet he is on first name terms with the bench at mo)

formation wise - justin made a bold move last season in feb to switch to the 3 centre backs , wing backs , and two up front, that was sucessful in shoring up a dodgy defence, and created and took alot of chances. it may not be pretty but it was effective.

agree that 2-3 wins are needed for safety lets start at TORQUAY on saturday and follow that up by burying BURY ON tuesday.
the sooner pidgeley is back between the sticks the better. there is nothing more reassuring for the back 4 to have a familiar face instead of the rotating goalkeeper policy at the moment. radical move but is TONY JAMES match fit? could he fill in for a few games? we need yakabu fit as well . id also play NAYLOR in the back 3 also. WORLEY seems to be a little lost at sea sometimes. jackson needs to be given a start on the flank . if in need of an emergency loan in the back four maybe an inquiry could be made for OSILAJA.i still think ANTHONY is not up to match fitness yet and should be used as sub i would also drop PORTER to the subs bench , and also drop BURGE to the subs bench , coincidence that the bad run conincided with his inclusion. my central midfield would be ADAM CHAPMAN and LEE MINSHULL, WILMOTT on the flank and JOLLEY on the other flank (i know i know he's not playing well but he s got to come good at some point). ZEBROSKI the one main striker , with the other berth to HOLLOWAY, or even recall that 18 year old from GLOUCESTER and give him a shot up front, or maybe even give JEFFERS a run ( i bet he is on first name terms with the bench at mo) formation wise - justin made a bold move last season in feb to switch to the 3 centre backs , wing backs , and two up front, that was sucessful in shoring up a dodgy defence, and created and took alot of chances. it may not be pretty but it was effective. agree that 2-3 wins are needed for safety lets start at TORQUAY on saturday and follow that up by burying BURY ON tuesday. COUNTYVOICE
  • Score: 2

3:32am Fri 21 Mar 14

AMBERLING says...

What is wrong with James? Thought he was only semi-retired and, God knows, we've looked so vulnerable at the back (AGAIN !) this season I can't understand why, when needed, the inclusion of a steadying influence has not been an option. I wonder how, as an ex-defender himself, JE seems incapable (or unwilling !!) to select and drill a well organized back four, when surely he must see how ragged and flawed this system is he so rigidly sticks to. What has he against employing two full-backs when he was one himself !
If we had a solid, reliable defence I'm sure that would be half the battle to build confidence in the team. Perhaps the midfield and attack could function and flourish as they should then, instead of hanging about on the 18yd line pumping up long, hopeful balls for the opposition to gratefully gobble up ! Enough now Justin, instead of adapted "square pegs" try using over-lapping REAL full-backs (like Jackson) ....it seems to be working ok for Everton !!!!
What is wrong with James? Thought he was only semi-retired and, God knows, we've looked so vulnerable at the back (AGAIN !) this season I can't understand why, when needed, the inclusion of a steadying influence has not been an option. I wonder how, as an ex-defender himself, JE seems incapable (or unwilling !!) to select and drill a well organized back four, when surely he must see how ragged and flawed this system is he so rigidly sticks to. What has he against employing two full-backs when he was one himself ! If we had a solid, reliable defence I'm sure that would be half the battle to build confidence in the team. Perhaps the midfield and attack could function and flourish as they should then, instead of hanging about on the 18yd line pumping up long, hopeful balls for the opposition to gratefully gobble up ! Enough now Justin, instead of adapted "square pegs" try using over-lapping REAL full-backs (like Jackson) ....it seems to be working ok for Everton !!!! AMBERLING
  • Score: 1

7:29am Fri 21 Mar 14

ex-St. Julians boy says...

Can someone answer a question for me? At what point in the proceedings can we expect JE and his players to stop talking and start doing instead?
Can someone answer a question for me? At what point in the proceedings can we expect JE and his players to stop talking and start doing instead? ex-St. Julians boy
  • Score: 6

11:31am Fri 21 Mar 14

bodffordd says...

toontaff63 wrote:
well im sorry mr edinburgh but you have to take most of the blame for our current plight by largely you picking players you like and not the best team available. i.e no manager worth his salt would pick danny crowe or remy howe as neither could hit a cows bottom with a shovel also yr pesistance in picking jolly is a joke . you could have picked the two new strikers instead of those two donkeys but obviously you dont like them...and why aint oconner playing he is fit aint he not like we dont need him!! sort it out justin and quick..
Do you really and honestly mean what you have written? or are you just frustrated? Do you really believe that a manager would choose players he likes rather than the best available? I cant for the life of me think why, with his own job and reputation on the line, can you imagine him writing down the team, thinking 'now who are my mates? where can i play my best friend today?' I would rather think he picks his team to win, yes to WIN with the hope of promotion, bigger crowds, more money etc etc... O no no no, according to you all of this is not important, let's give my mates a game. BE REAL MAN!!!
[quote][p][bold]toontaff63[/bold] wrote: well im sorry mr edinburgh but you have to take most of the blame for our current plight by largely you picking players you like and not the best team available. i.e no manager worth his salt would pick danny crowe or remy howe as neither could hit a cows bottom with a shovel also yr pesistance in picking jolly is a joke . you could have picked the two new strikers instead of those two donkeys but obviously you dont like them...and why aint oconner playing he is fit aint he not like we dont need him!! sort it out justin and quick..[/p][/quote]Do you really and honestly mean what you have written? or are you just frustrated? Do you really believe that a manager would choose players he likes rather than the best available? I cant for the life of me think why, with his own job and reputation on the line, can you imagine him writing down the team, thinking 'now who are my mates? where can i play my best friend today?' I would rather think he picks his team to win, yes to WIN with the hope of promotion, bigger crowds, more money etc etc... O no no no, according to you all of this is not important, let's give my mates a game. BE REAL MAN!!! bodffordd
  • Score: 0

12:32pm Fri 21 Mar 14

Harps62 says...

bodffordd wrote:
toontaff63 wrote:
well im sorry mr edinburgh but you have to take most of the blame for our current plight by largely you picking players you like and not the best team available. i.e no manager worth his salt would pick danny crowe or remy howe as neither could hit a cows bottom with a shovel also yr pesistance in picking jolly is a joke . you could have picked the two new strikers instead of those two donkeys but obviously you dont like them...and why aint oconner playing he is fit aint he not like we dont need him!! sort it out justin and quick..
Do you really and honestly mean what you have written? or are you just frustrated? Do you really believe that a manager would choose players he likes rather than the best available? I cant for the life of me think why, with his own job and reputation on the line, can you imagine him writing down the team, thinking 'now who are my mates? where can i play my best friend today?' I would rather think he picks his team to win, yes to WIN with the hope of promotion, bigger crowds, more money etc etc... O no no no, according to you all of this is not important, let's give my mates a game. BE REAL MAN!!!
Fair enough Bodffordd
But if he thinks Danny Crowe and Howe are in your words his choices to WIN get promotion get bigger crowds he really has got a serious problem
[quote][p][bold]bodffordd[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]toontaff63[/bold] wrote: well im sorry mr edinburgh but you have to take most of the blame for our current plight by largely you picking players you like and not the best team available. i.e no manager worth his salt would pick danny crowe or remy howe as neither could hit a cows bottom with a shovel also yr pesistance in picking jolly is a joke . you could have picked the two new strikers instead of those two donkeys but obviously you dont like them...and why aint oconner playing he is fit aint he not like we dont need him!! sort it out justin and quick..[/p][/quote]Do you really and honestly mean what you have written? or are you just frustrated? Do you really believe that a manager would choose players he likes rather than the best available? I cant for the life of me think why, with his own job and reputation on the line, can you imagine him writing down the team, thinking 'now who are my mates? where can i play my best friend today?' I would rather think he picks his team to win, yes to WIN with the hope of promotion, bigger crowds, more money etc etc... O no no no, according to you all of this is not important, let's give my mates a game. BE REAL MAN!!![/p][/quote]Fair enough Bodffordd But if he thinks Danny Crowe and Howe are in your words his choices to WIN get promotion get bigger crowds he really has got a serious problem Harps62
  • Score: 0

2:41pm Fri 21 Mar 14

Pianoman42 says...

If the County could have scored from the penalty spot that would be a few points extra so far.

You can't blame the manager for that.

I expect they will muddle through and stay up, but having watched them for several years now, and also a lot during the 60's, one thing stays the same, and that is their uncanny ability to never make things simple or predictable.

And that is the fascination of watching football. Especially the County.

We have had some really good times, and deserve to stay up.

I look forward to seeing the league table in 9 days time..........

Up the County
If the County could have scored from the penalty spot that would be a few points extra so far. You can't blame the manager for that. I expect they will muddle through and stay up, but having watched them for several years now, and also a lot during the 60's, one thing stays the same, and that is their uncanny ability to never make things simple or predictable. And that is the fascination of watching football. Especially the County. We have had some really good times, and deserve to stay up. I look forward to seeing the league table in 9 days time.......... Up the County Pianoman42
  • Score: 0

4:38pm Fri 21 Mar 14

jetspotter says...

Of course its always possible that J.E. fancies making a comeback ! Perhaps he's been deliberately picking losing teams so that at the last minute he can don the County shirt and show his adoring fans how it's really done and help us avoid relegation. He might even double up as a kick and rush, penalty taking goalie !! Then again, perhaps I should just start taking more water with it !!

I really hope' UP THE COUNTY' doesn't become ' RIGHT UP THE COUNTY' !!
Of course its always possible that J.E. fancies making a comeback ! Perhaps he's been deliberately picking losing teams so that at the last minute he can don the County shirt and show his adoring fans how it's really done and help us avoid relegation. He might even double up as a kick and rush, penalty taking goalie !! Then again, perhaps I should just start taking more water with it !! I really hope' UP THE COUNTY' doesn't become ' RIGHT UP THE COUNTY' !! jetspotter
  • Score: 0

4:44pm Fri 21 Mar 14

grumpyandopinionated says...

bodffordd wrote:
toontaff63 wrote:
well im sorry mr edinburgh but you have to take most of the blame for our current plight by largely you picking players you like and not the best team available. i.e no manager worth his salt would pick danny crowe or remy howe as neither could hit a cows bottom with a shovel also yr pesistance in picking jolly is a joke . you could have picked the two new strikers instead of those two donkeys but obviously you dont like them...and why aint oconner playing he is fit aint he not like we dont need him!! sort it out justin and quick..
Do you really and honestly mean what you have written? or are you just frustrated? Do you really believe that a manager would choose players he likes rather than the best available? I cant for the life of me think why, with his own job and reputation on the line, can you imagine him writing down the team, thinking 'now who are my mates? where can i play my best friend today?' I would rather think he picks his team to win, yes to WIN with the hope of promotion, bigger crowds, more money etc etc... O no no no, according to you all of this is not important, let's give my mates a game. BE REAL MAN!!!
If he is picking a team in his mind that should win each match and can not see a flaw in the choices he makes or the fact that his plan never works is it not time that the managers job is given to someone who is tactfully better and capable of putting the right players in the right place.

The next match is as far as I'm concerned a make or break for Justin, he's had far longer than most managers get to turn a slump around. It's not like we've been unlucky in not winning, we've been more lucky not to have lost more.

A good show and either win or draw will be ok, a poor show and a draw and a loss should spell the end. If he can't get a decent team in the right places or the team just doesn't perform then surely this will show that the players lack confidence and should be replaced. This should be a win or draw, this should be a match that the team will not want to take anything less than 3 points from. This should be the match that they do rather than talk. This should be the turn around match, if not this should be the match that see's JE shown the door. It's time the board grew some and did the right thing, as far as I'm concerned the loyalty for getting promotion and being given chance to turn it round has come to an end. It's not like he's been a long standing manager that has had experience of turning around slumps and has learned valuable lessons from sticky situations in the past. It's time this is his learning curve, underperform and your out, can't turn around slumps and your out, can't pick the right team or inspire confidence when needed your out. Let him go now before he who gives it also takes it away.
[quote][p][bold]bodffordd[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]toontaff63[/bold] wrote: well im sorry mr edinburgh but you have to take most of the blame for our current plight by largely you picking players you like and not the best team available. i.e no manager worth his salt would pick danny crowe or remy howe as neither could hit a cows bottom with a shovel also yr pesistance in picking jolly is a joke . you could have picked the two new strikers instead of those two donkeys but obviously you dont like them...and why aint oconner playing he is fit aint he not like we dont need him!! sort it out justin and quick..[/p][/quote]Do you really and honestly mean what you have written? or are you just frustrated? Do you really believe that a manager would choose players he likes rather than the best available? I cant for the life of me think why, with his own job and reputation on the line, can you imagine him writing down the team, thinking 'now who are my mates? where can i play my best friend today?' I would rather think he picks his team to win, yes to WIN with the hope of promotion, bigger crowds, more money etc etc... O no no no, according to you all of this is not important, let's give my mates a game. BE REAL MAN!!![/p][/quote]If he is picking a team in his mind that should win each match and can not see a flaw in the choices he makes or the fact that his plan never works is it not time that the managers job is given to someone who is tactfully better and capable of putting the right players in the right place. The next match is as far as I'm concerned a make or break for Justin, he's had far longer than most managers get to turn a slump around. It's not like we've been unlucky in not winning, we've been more lucky not to have lost more. A good show and either win or draw will be ok, a poor show and a draw and a loss should spell the end. If he can't get a decent team in the right places or the team just doesn't perform then surely this will show that the players lack confidence and should be replaced. This should be a win or draw, this should be a match that the team will not want to take anything less than 3 points from. This should be the match that they do rather than talk. This should be the turn around match, if not this should be the match that see's JE shown the door. It's time the board grew some and did the right thing, as far as I'm concerned the loyalty for getting promotion and being given chance to turn it round has come to an end. It's not like he's been a long standing manager that has had experience of turning around slumps and has learned valuable lessons from sticky situations in the past. It's time this is his learning curve, underperform and your out, can't turn around slumps and your out, can't pick the right team or inspire confidence when needed your out. Let him go now before he who gives it also takes it away. grumpyandopinionated
  • Score: 0

10:41am Sat 22 Mar 14

bodffordd says...

Harps62 wrote:
bodffordd wrote:
toontaff63 wrote:
well im sorry mr edinburgh but you have to take most of the blame for our current plight by largely you picking players you like and not the best team available. i.e no manager worth his salt would pick danny crowe or remy howe as neither could hit a cows bottom with a shovel also yr pesistance in picking jolly is a joke . you could have picked the two new strikers instead of those two donkeys but obviously you dont like them...and why aint oconner playing he is fit aint he not like we dont need him!! sort it out justin and quick..
Do you really and honestly mean what you have written? or are you just frustrated? Do you really believe that a manager would choose players he likes rather than the best available? I cant for the life of me think why, with his own job and reputation on the line, can you imagine him writing down the team, thinking 'now who are my mates? where can i play my best friend today?' I would rather think he picks his team to win, yes to WIN with the hope of promotion, bigger crowds, more money etc etc... O no no no, according to you all of this is not important, let's give my mates a game. BE REAL MAN!!!
Fair enough Bodffordd
But if he thinks Danny Crowe and Howe are in your words his choices to WIN get promotion get bigger crowds he really has got a serious problem
He may have a serious problem as you say, that is a different thing to deliberately choosing his pals to play.
[quote][p][bold]Harps62[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bodffordd[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]toontaff63[/bold] wrote: well im sorry mr edinburgh but you have to take most of the blame for our current plight by largely you picking players you like and not the best team available. i.e no manager worth his salt would pick danny crowe or remy howe as neither could hit a cows bottom with a shovel also yr pesistance in picking jolly is a joke . you could have picked the two new strikers instead of those two donkeys but obviously you dont like them...and why aint oconner playing he is fit aint he not like we dont need him!! sort it out justin and quick..[/p][/quote]Do you really and honestly mean what you have written? or are you just frustrated? Do you really believe that a manager would choose players he likes rather than the best available? I cant for the life of me think why, with his own job and reputation on the line, can you imagine him writing down the team, thinking 'now who are my mates? where can i play my best friend today?' I would rather think he picks his team to win, yes to WIN with the hope of promotion, bigger crowds, more money etc etc... O no no no, according to you all of this is not important, let's give my mates a game. BE REAL MAN!!![/p][/quote]Fair enough Bodffordd But if he thinks Danny Crowe and Howe are in your words his choices to WIN get promotion get bigger crowds he really has got a serious problem[/p][/quote]He may have a serious problem as you say, that is a different thing to deliberately choosing his pals to play. bodffordd
  • Score: 0

10:47am Sat 22 Mar 14

bodffordd says...

grumpyandopinionated wrote:
bodffordd wrote:
toontaff63 wrote:
well im sorry mr edinburgh but you have to take most of the blame for our current plight by largely you picking players you like and not the best team available. i.e no manager worth his salt would pick danny crowe or remy howe as neither could hit a cows bottom with a shovel also yr pesistance in picking jolly is a joke . you could have picked the two new strikers instead of those two donkeys but obviously you dont like them...and why aint oconner playing he is fit aint he not like we dont need him!! sort it out justin and quick..
Do you really and honestly mean what you have written? or are you just frustrated? Do you really believe that a manager would choose players he likes rather than the best available? I cant for the life of me think why, with his own job and reputation on the line, can you imagine him writing down the team, thinking 'now who are my mates? where can i play my best friend today?' I would rather think he picks his team to win, yes to WIN with the hope of promotion, bigger crowds, more money etc etc... O no no no, according to you all of this is not important, let's give my mates a game. BE REAL MAN!!!
If he is picking a team in his mind that should win each match and can not see a flaw in the choices he makes or the fact that his plan never works is it not time that the managers job is given to someone who is tactfully better and capable of putting the right players in the right place.

The next match is as far as I'm concerned a make or break for Justin, he's had far longer than most managers get to turn a slump around. It's not like we've been unlucky in not winning, we've been more lucky not to have lost more.

A good show and either win or draw will be ok, a poor show and a draw and a loss should spell the end. If he can't get a decent team in the right places or the team just doesn't perform then surely this will show that the players lack confidence and should be replaced. This should be a win or draw, this should be a match that the team will not want to take anything less than 3 points from. This should be the match that they do rather than talk. This should be the turn around match, if not this should be the match that see's JE shown the door. It's time the board grew some and did the right thing, as far as I'm concerned the loyalty for getting promotion and being given chance to turn it round has come to an end. It's not like he's been a long standing manager that has had experience of turning around slumps and has learned valuable lessons from sticky situations in the past. It's time this is his learning curve, underperform and your out, can't turn around slumps and your out, can't pick the right team or inspire confidence when needed your out. Let him go now before he who gives it also takes it away.
Now that I agree with, but I still maintain he does not pick his mates! he may not be able to pick the best team available to him, but not his mates.
[quote][p][bold]grumpyandopinionated[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bodffordd[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]toontaff63[/bold] wrote: well im sorry mr edinburgh but you have to take most of the blame for our current plight by largely you picking players you like and not the best team available. i.e no manager worth his salt would pick danny crowe or remy howe as neither could hit a cows bottom with a shovel also yr pesistance in picking jolly is a joke . you could have picked the two new strikers instead of those two donkeys but obviously you dont like them...and why aint oconner playing he is fit aint he not like we dont need him!! sort it out justin and quick..[/p][/quote]Do you really and honestly mean what you have written? or are you just frustrated? Do you really believe that a manager would choose players he likes rather than the best available? I cant for the life of me think why, with his own job and reputation on the line, can you imagine him writing down the team, thinking 'now who are my mates? where can i play my best friend today?' I would rather think he picks his team to win, yes to WIN with the hope of promotion, bigger crowds, more money etc etc... O no no no, according to you all of this is not important, let's give my mates a game. BE REAL MAN!!![/p][/quote]If he is picking a team in his mind that should win each match and can not see a flaw in the choices he makes or the fact that his plan never works is it not time that the managers job is given to someone who is tactfully better and capable of putting the right players in the right place. The next match is as far as I'm concerned a make or break for Justin, he's had far longer than most managers get to turn a slump around. It's not like we've been unlucky in not winning, we've been more lucky not to have lost more. A good show and either win or draw will be ok, a poor show and a draw and a loss should spell the end. If he can't get a decent team in the right places or the team just doesn't perform then surely this will show that the players lack confidence and should be replaced. This should be a win or draw, this should be a match that the team will not want to take anything less than 3 points from. This should be the match that they do rather than talk. This should be the turn around match, if not this should be the match that see's JE shown the door. It's time the board grew some and did the right thing, as far as I'm concerned the loyalty for getting promotion and being given chance to turn it round has come to an end. It's not like he's been a long standing manager that has had experience of turning around slumps and has learned valuable lessons from sticky situations in the past. It's time this is his learning curve, underperform and your out, can't turn around slumps and your out, can't pick the right team or inspire confidence when needed your out. Let him go now before he who gives it also takes it away.[/p][/quote]Now that I agree with, but I still maintain he does not pick his mates! he may not be able to pick the best team available to him, but not his mates. bodffordd
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