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Phillips
#21
(03-13-2018, 11:41 AM)Choronzonbaggie Wrote:
(03-13-2018, 11:09 AM)Ted Maul Wrote: We spent two summers trying to sign this bloke. What a club.

We were also looking at Rodriguez for ages as well.

What a resounding success he's turned out to be...

Fucking heck. The gift that keeps on giving.
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#22
Yes, and McAuley. The player that nobody wanted, cheap and nasty with a rating of 2/10
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#23
It would be incredibly churlish (or just standard Nick practice) to pretend that Phillips has been a complete failure during his time here, there was a three-four month spell last season where he was virtually unplayable at times, which also coincided with our best period of the season.

However it cannot be denied that he has gone backwards this season, loss of form is one thing, but loss of heart is much harder to forgive.
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#24
(03-13-2018, 01:24 PM)Duffmon Wrote: It would be incredibly churlish (or just standard Nick practice) to pretend that Phillips has been a complete failure during his time here, there was a three-four month spell last season where he was virtually unplayable at times, which also coincided with our best period of the season.

However it cannot be denied that he has gone backwards this season, loss of form is one thing, but loss of heart is much harder to forgive.

An injury prone shirker who's had ten decent games for us.
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#25
He needs dropping ASAP and building back up. The ability is there we’ve seen it, although I think it’s obviousl that was top form rather than the norm - if he was consistently that good we’d never have got him in the first place.

We’re likely to be stuck with him for a couple of years yet so we need to get him mentally fit and a bit of confidence restored.
My opinion matters
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#26
(03-13-2018, 01:24 PM)Duffmon Wrote: It would be incredibly churlish (or just standard Nick practice) to pretend that Phillips has been a complete failure during his time here, there was a three-four month spell last season where he was virtually unplayable at times, which also coincided with our best period of the season.

However it cannot be denied that he has gone backwards this season, loss of form is one thing, but loss of heart is much harder to forgive.

the fact that he's even on the match of the day titles speaks volumes for how good he was for a period last season.  he was at times our best player.
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#27
Agreed. Confidence player, utterly shot at the mo. Wouldn’t be averse to him staying though. He has shown ability
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#28
I’d deffo keep him for the Champ. New coach needs to bring his confidence back.
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#29
"taken out of the firing line!" F**King hell! Elbowgrease He's a bloke kicking a bladder around (badly) for £50/60 grand a week, he aye in the trenches facing the Hun!!!
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#30
(03-13-2018, 01:31 PM)Ted Maul Wrote:
(03-13-2018, 01:24 PM)Duffmon Wrote: It would be incredibly churlish (or just standard Nick practice) to pretend that Phillips has been a complete failure during his time here, there was a three-four month spell last season where he was virtually unplayable at times, which also coincided with our best period of the season.

However it cannot be denied that he has gone backwards this season, loss of form is one thing, but loss of heart is much harder to forgive.

An injury prone shirker who's had ten decent games for us.

Yep.

Was never really good enough. Had a decent mini spell when Pulls was kissing his arse to try to motivate him but not good enough. QPR weren't at all sad to see him go and he was hardly chased by other clubs.

A lazy signing. Again. That's why we're going down, fellas! Schmmaaaaaaallltime!

Will probably be substantial in our next division. Maybe.
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