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31Parky stays - Page 2 Empty Re: Parky stays on Sun May 20 2018, 19:36

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Andy Walker
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How many players have improved since Parky took over?
Gary Madine was the only one I seem to recall.

Wheater and Pratley, for sure. Vela had his beat season for us last year (beginning to look as if League One may be his level though). Cant think of many others who played before and after relegation to be honest.

32Parky stays - Page 2 Empty Re: Parky stays on Sun May 20 2018, 19:36

Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
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Robinson isn't our player. I'll give you Alnwick though.

33Parky stays - Page 2 Empty Re: Parky stays on Sun May 20 2018, 19:38

Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Wheater and Pratley, for sure. Vela had his beat season for us last year (beginning to look as if League One may be his level though). Cant think of many others who played before and after relegation to be honest.

Are you taking the piss? I'd say Vela has gotten worse under Parky.



34Parky stays - Page 2 Empty Re: Parky stays on Sun May 20 2018, 19:45

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Andy Walker
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Thoughts on Wheater and Pratley?

Vela wise, i said last season was his best for us - do you not agree? He had a very poor end to this season, but made a big difference when he came back from injury earlier in the season.

35Parky stays - Page 2 Empty Re: Parky stays on Sun May 20 2018, 20:08

Natasha Whittam

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Nat Lofthouse
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Thoughts on Wheater and Pratley?

Vela wise, i said last season was his best for us - do you not agree? He had a very poor end to this season, but made a big difference when he came back from injury earlier in the season.

Wheater has always been the same for me...adequate.

Again, Pratley is nothing more than adequate, I certainly don't think he's been any better under Parky than other managers.

36Parky stays - Page 2 Empty Re: Parky stays on Sun May 20 2018, 20:17

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Andy Walker
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I’d agree neither are world beaters - adequate is a fair description of their quality. But in terms of consistency and ‘putting a shit in’ (for want of a better phrase), both have shown more of those under Parky than they did for Lennon or Freedman.

Let me flip the question and ask which players have got worse under PP?

37Parky stays - Page 2 Empty Re: Parky stays on Sun May 20 2018, 22:36

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:I’d agree neither are world beaters - adequate is a fair description of their quality. But in terms of consistency and ‘putting a shit in’ (for want of a better phrase), both have shown more of those under Parky than they did for Lennon or Freedman.

Let me flip the question and ask which players have got worse under PP?
No one puts a bigger shit in than Will Buckley.

38Parky stays - Page 2 Empty Re: Parky stays on Mon May 21 2018, 08:35

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
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Pratley would be adequate if he was in the WWE but as a footballer he is appalling. 
Vela has been poor in general this season as well, he started at the no10 role but never really looked like he took to it this season. Yes he had injuries but i would like to see him further back in midfield where i think he looks a better player.
Wheater is a solid player who has been made to look worse as Beevers was poor this season. League 1 may be his level, get a younger and pacier player to play alongside Wheater and we will look better.

39Parky stays - Page 2 Empty Re: Parky stays on Tue May 22 2018, 15:33

wanderlust


Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Pratley was bought to be the midfield engine room, a box to box player who could put in the miles and break up attacks, but now he's lost a bit of pace he is late into the tackle far too many times hence his disciplinary record over the last couple of seasons. Given his age, we could do worse than spending a few quid on a younger midfielder who can handle the required work rate for that job.

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