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3 hours ago, laukat said:

If I recall correctly they were joint managers but neither had really done any coaching prior to us appointing them.

I think they were appointed temporary  joint player managers after Collins's sacking, then confirmed as permanent joint player managers a month or so later. GB continued to play during that disastrous season. Whyte didn't play after he became permanent joint manager.

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On 5/7/2022 at 11:54 PM, javeajag said:

Plenty of players are released by clubs at 18, 19, 20 etc etc …..the issue is whether you believe they are good enough…..Sena is an unproven player at championship level…..I haven’t seen him at Montrose so I don’t know how well he’s done …..I’m going to make the assumption McCall and his staff have.

id love him to do well I should add.

McCall hopeless, you really need to listen to his videos when he’s discussed player’s ability and what he thinks of them , basically they have all turned out shite 

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24 minutes ago, Bobbyhouston said:

McCall hopeless, you really need to listen to his videos when he’s discussed player’s ability and what he thinks of them , basically they have all turned out shite 

Your boring asf !

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On 5/6/2022 at 10:10 PM, Thistle88 said:

No wonder people were being off towards you, only one clown here.

I can see that ! Do you have the big shoes to go with costume 

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12 minutes ago, Bobbyhouston said:

I can see that ! Do you have the big shoes to go with costume 

Aw f***, give it a rest, no?

Up to you: you can enjoy the very small "blocked" category.

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Bit random, but on holiday in Lanzarote and watching BBC News North England version is on before i head out. They covered few teams including interview with Alex Neil at Sunderland then concluded with transfer news at Hartlepool, which consisted of Sena’s big signing and him with the usual smiles and scarf above the head. 

Good luck to him, fame at last. 

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1 hour ago, denismcquadeno.eleven said:

It may seem obvious to everyone else but…why was this player, Mouhamed Niang,  called…’Sena’?!! Second name/nickname??

He's from Senegal,  I think. 

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10 minutes ago, stolenscone said:

He's from Senegal,  I think. 

Well, I am from ‘DEN(n)IS-toun ’ so….

Lucky he wasn’t from NIT-Shill or DUMB-arton, or HELEN-sburgh! (Or even MARY-hill!) 

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3 hours ago, denismcquadeno.eleven said:

Well, I am from ‘DEN(n)IS-toun ’ so….

Lucky he wasn’t from NIT-Shill or DUMB-arton, or HELEN-sburgh! (Or even MARY-hill!) 

or, perish the thought......... Scunthorpe.

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Good luck to Sena.

I actually think he will do well in lower league English football. His physicality should allow him to cope better than most with playing 46 games a season. That ability to cope with the physical conditions may make Hartlepool supporters more forgiving on his less well developed technical skills.

Still think he's potentially a very good centre-half but I could see him turning into a very imposing defensive midfield in the English leagues.

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