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Ross daly left? by Boroseadog User: Boroseadog

Posted: 12/8/2017 at 18:18:37, 252 views.

According to Twitter “he will be unavailable moving forwards due to work commitments"

Presume that is the nice way of saying hes left for a better offer closer to home where he will blame the travel. Really gutted- think he’s a cracking player and would have been one of our best. Good news is we have plenty in centre mid. Need Sinclair fit up top or even another centre forward in my opinion.

Thought we were solid today- kittrick certainly was more keen to not lose rather than to win it. Hopefully be slightly more attacking moving forwards

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RE: Ross daly left? by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 12/8/2017 at 18:21:37, 234 views. In reply to 'Ross daly left?'

I read it as “he won’t be available for us or any club until his particular work situation changes" which tbh could be a week or 5 years!

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RE: RE: Ross daly left? by Boroseadog User: Boroseadog

Posted: 12/8/2017 at 18:47:07, 252 views. In reply to 'RE: Ross daly left?'

Hopefully so because he looks like a great centre mid. The wording sounded like it was the foreseeable future. Presume if he stays in his new job and it makes him work Saturdays then that’s that. Real shame.

Good news is we have Valentine, beadle, Dean, binns and dempsey (where was He?) That all play there.

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RE: RE: RE: Ross daly left? by dogtanian User: dogtanian

Posted: 13/8/2017 at 07:36:26, 190 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: Ross daly left?'

I’d rather see beadle in midfield anyway, and sinclair or Logan in the big number 9 role. Clarkson did really well when he came on too

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RE: RE: RE: RE: Ross daly left? by totalshell User: totalshell

Posted: 13/8/2017 at 10:46:07, 174 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: RE: Ross daly left?'

tbf to ross if he has a job that the shifts are 7 - 10 thats the new world, lads working in the local factory 7 - 3 are long gone, the commitment to play at our level is huge in time.. have to be at every game .at least an hour before kick off means that for any boro or close playe that means a job working saturday mornings is impossible as you cant get to the far side of the pennines ramsbottom etc in 2 hours. equally you d have to be on the road for 4pm for any evening away game. frankly i dont know how any of them do it.

One of the 500 that was at Hunmanby, One of the 5000 that saw Shaun Chadburn bag our first goal and one of the 50000 who leapt in the air when Tommo netted against Tevie

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