Abdoulaye Doucoure

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blueforyou
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And I thought we were over reliant on a fit DCL
UnsyisaRhino
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Those stats are surprising.

He fits into a similar niche to Cahill in my eyes, not necessarily very progressive when it comes to pass and move football, but extremely effective in the most dangerous areas of the pitch and willing to do the hard yards when we don't have the ball.
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Hard to dispute those numbers, though it doesn't appear to distinguish between when he started and subbed on. (Probably doesnt matter since he rarely subs on.)
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Shogun wrote: Wed Jan 03, 2024 9:40 pm Frank Lampard should never be allowed another job in football management
Birmingham City appointment incoming
Juanito
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Who was that poster that was super critical of him?
brap2
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Juanito wrote: Thu Jan 04, 2024 8:56 am Who was that poster that was super critical of him?
Come on nowwww it's not nice to play that game (unless it proves me right).

Let them just know in their hearts they were wrong and we all move on together.

The poster will know that Doucoure is not in fact vile shite, and that Lukaku could, in fact, do keepie ups, and we are all better off.
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Juanito wrote: Thu Jan 04, 2024 8:56 am Who was that poster that was super critical of him?
Lampard?
Toddacelli
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Unbelievable Jeff!

Even Santa Carlo Di Ancelotti couldn’t do very well without him (although he did win twice as many games as anyone else managed without him).
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Gotta love the press.
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sam of the south
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Cozzie wrote: Thu Jan 11, 2024 5:25 pm Gotta love the press.
Trouble is, two of those are out injured (the best 2)
AjaxAndy
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Dyche saying in his post match presser that Doucs has a hamstring injury but it's the opposite leg to last time.

Not sure how long he's out but sounds like might be a few weeks given he said 'longer than Seamus' whose it seems is more of a niggle.
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Duke out for a few weeks is the last thing we need but it’s more important to get him fully fit and ready for the run in.
Not surprising he is picking up muscle issues considering the amount of miles he is being asked to cover.
At least we have a couple of weeks with not too many games to get him right.


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Cantoffee
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Hamstrings can take awhile. Doubt he's back before mid February and might be closer to March. Will be a big loss, struggling to score without him.
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As much as I think he’s great, if they’re offering us at least our money back on him then we should sell.
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