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 Post subject: Diego on his hat-trick V Leicester
 Post Posted: 11 Jan 2017, 00:55 
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Watch Diego De Girolamo speaking after his hat-trick helped us beat Leicester 6-1 on Robins TV here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=htlBI08Q-Yc


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 Post subject: Re: Diego on his hat-trick V Leicester
 Post Posted: 11 Jan 2017, 08:20 
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Seems like a great character to have on the training ground and match, bringing new enthusiasm to the dressing room. Plus, 'definitely obviously' - showing a lot more conviction and decisiveness than that popular beat combo Oasis.


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 Post subject: Re: Diego on his hat-trick V Leicester
 Post Posted: 11 Jan 2017, 09:06 
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...based on last nights perfromance his finishing is the Dan Holman class-if my memory serves me right anyway. :-)


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 Post subject: Re: Diego on his hat-trick V Leicester
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paperboy wrote:
...based on last nights perfromance his finishing is the Dan Holman class-if my memory serves me right anyway. :-)


agreed. If he maintains that form and work ethic, Holman will not be an automatic start IMO


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 Post subject: Re: Diego on his hat-trick V Leicester
 Post Posted: 11 Jan 2017, 12:01 
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Fully fit Holman and De Girolamo = 9-0's every week...


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 Post subject: Re: Diego on his hat-trick V Leicester
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Definitely obviously a great lad and signing for us


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 Post subject: Re: Diego on his hat-trick V Leicester
 Post Posted: 11 Jan 2017, 15:43 
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Holman and Diego sounds exciting. DW providing a different option and Billy playing well with his work rate. If this Winchester fellow signs in midfield to play alongside Pell, things are starting to look a lot better.


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Holman and De Girolamo would be too similar imo.


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 Post subject: Re: Diego on his hat-trick V Leicester
 Post Posted: 12 Jan 2017, 08:09 
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CTFC03 wrote:
Holman and De Girolamo would be too similar imo.

Tend to agree with that. Hence my thinking Holman better step up if that form continues


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 Post subject: Re: Diego on his hat-trick V Leicester
 Post Posted: 12 Jan 2017, 10:15 
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You might go DW through the middle and then one either side. Looks like they are both goalscorers so you don't really want one on the bench all the time ideally.


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FOD_Wyman_2010 wrote:
You might go DW through the middle and then one either side. Looks like they are both goalscorers so you don't really want one on the bench all the time ideally.


Indeed - playing alongside DW dind't do DG him much harm against Leics did it!


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 Post subject: Re: Diego on his hat-trick V Leicester
 Post Posted: 12 Jan 2017, 10:17 
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Wouldn't that result in dropping Billy, who is our top scorer and the one player who's clearly made the step up.

I imagine it would do Dan some good to come off the bench for a few games and properly ease himself back in.


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 Post subject: Re: Diego on his hat-trick V Leicester
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There is no need for Dan Holman to "step up" - he has the class to succeed, he's just been extremely unlucky with injuries this season, plus Colchester did a nasty little job on him. A fully fit Holman will bang the goals in again. I'm licking my lips at a Holman / DeGirolamo, or Waters paired with either of them, in partnership, but none of them are particularly tall and so Dan Wright or Amari will need to continue in the role of target men, or tactical changes within some games either starting or coming off the bench.


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 Post subject: Re: Diego on his hat-trick V Leicester
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Billy could slot in behind the three in a 4-2-1-3. Yes you are dropping one of the centre half's but Manny and Will might be more comfortable in a 4 anyway.

Nice to have options.


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 Post subject: Re: Diego on his hat-trick V Leicester
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I would like to see:

Brown

Barts / Manny / Will / Cranners

Pell (when back) / Winchester (if he signs)

Billy

Diego / Danny W / Holms (when fit).

Can then interchange Billy with Munns or Winchester if he's more of an attacking mid.


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 Post subject: Re: Diego on his hat-trick V Leicester
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Who cares if they're too similar if they're both being fed the ball and banging it in the back of the net.


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