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Chadli
#41
(10-12-2017, 09:08 AM)Baggie66 Wrote:
(10-12-2017, 08:42 AM)ASOGF Wrote: He's seeing a back specialist and won't be back in the building until Saturday morning Big Grin

Considering he couldn’t go to Austria because him and his personal trainer knew best how to keep him fit thats disappointing to hear.

oi! That's a flair player you're talking about. If he wants to isolate himself from the rest of his teammates then that's not his fault
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#42
(10-12-2017, 09:08 AM)Baggie66 Wrote:
(10-12-2017, 08:42 AM)ASOGF Wrote: He's seeing a back specialist and won't be back in the building until Saturday morning Big Grin

Considering he couldn’t go to Austria because him and his personal trainer knew best how to keep him fit thats disappointing to hear.

Don't worry its a full back specialist
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#43
Thank feck he didn't go to Austria, he would be in plaster from head to foot and bed bound for a year. Still he was absolutely right to do his way.
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#44
(10-12-2017, 09:12 AM)ASOGF Wrote:
(10-12-2017, 09:08 AM)Baggie66 Wrote:
(10-12-2017, 08:42 AM)ASOGF Wrote: He's seeing a back specialist and won't be back in the building until Saturday morning Big Grin

Considering he couldn’t go to Austria because him and his personal trainer knew best how to keep him fit thats disappointing to hear.

oi! That's a flair player you're talking about. If he wants to isolate himself from the rest of his teammates then that's not his fault

I’d personally try and integrate him but, as you say, he does seem to have created a problem between him and his team mates with his attitude in the summer.
I don’t blame the rest of the squad if there is a rift, there were players with less talent and less in their pay packet who were happy to run up and down hills in Austria, if I was one of them I’d probably think Chadli was a bit of a twat, then again I did feel that about him before the whole Austria saga kicked off. I doubt there has been anybody so desperate to get out of Austria since the Von Trapps.

Skilful player who I’d like to see playing but don’t personally rate him as a bloke.
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#45
Is there anyway we can make this Pulis's fault? I think it is grossly unfair that he can get away with this and surely some of the experts on here could crowbar some criticism towards him under the guise of a balanced opinion.
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#46
a doubt for Monday according to the E&D.

Arf. Of course he is
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#47
(10-12-2017, 09:14 AM)Votebaggie Wrote:
(10-12-2017, 09:08 AM)Baggie66 Wrote:
(10-12-2017, 08:42 AM)ASOGF Wrote: He's seeing a back specialist and won't be back in the building until Saturday morning Big Grin

Considering he couldn’t go to Austria because him and his personal trainer knew best how to keep him fit thats disappointing to hear.

Don't worry its a full back specialist

Big Grin Big Grin
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#48
(10-12-2017, 09:25 AM)Derek Hardballs Wrote: Is there anyway we can make this Pulis's fault? I think it is grossly unfair that he can get away with this and surely some of the experts on here could crowbar some criticism towards him under the guise of a balanced opinion.

Presumably, in the interests of what you call balance, you will be slagging Evans off for not attending the year before or Pulis for not being even-handed in the treatment of players. After all you wouldn't want people to think you had an agenda and lack of balance 


'But Pulis insists his relationship with Chadli hasn't suffered since then, and maintains that the decision for him to stay was a mutual one. "I don't think it was a refusal (to go)," he said. "Jonny Evans did it the year before, it was the fact they finished a lot later than everyone else and needed a break.
"Chadli is a very good professional, he looks after himself extremely well.
"Along with a lot of players today, especially the foreign players, he has his own fitness advisors and coaches.
"Chadders's argument was a fair argument. As a manager, in the modern game, you have to sit down and talk to these players.
"They're a lot more upstanding in their knowledge about what they need and want in respect of fitness. That was fine from Chads."
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#49
(10-12-2017, 09:25 AM)Derek Hardballs Wrote: Is there anyway we can make this Pulis's fault? I think it is grossly unfair that he can get away with this and surely some of the experts on here could crowbar some criticism towards him under the guise of a balanced opinion.

Ask and you shall receive Big Grin
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#50
(10-12-2017, 09:33 AM)Strawman Wrote:
(10-12-2017, 09:25 AM)Derek Hardballs Wrote: Is there anyway we can make this Pulis's fault? I think it is grossly unfair that he can get away with this and surely some of the experts on here could crowbar some criticism towards him under the guise of a balanced opinion.

Presumably, in the interests of what you call balance, you will be slagging Evans off for not attending the year before or Pulis for not being even-handed in the treatment of players. After all you wouldn't want people to think you had an agenda and lack of balance 


'But Pulis insists his relationship with Chadli hasn't suffered since then, and maintains that the decision for him to stay was a mutual one. "I don't think it was a refusal (to go)," he said. "Jonny Evans did it the year before, it was the fact they finished a lot later than everyone else and needed a break.
"Chadli is a very good professional, he looks after himself extremely well.
"Along with a lot of players today, especially the foreign players, he has his own fitness advisors and coaches.
"Chadders's argument was a fair argument. As a manager, in the modern game, you have to sit down and talk to these players.
"They're a lot more upstanding in their knowledge about what they need and want in respect of fitness. That was fine from Chads."

Did Chadli finish later than anybody else last season ?

I don’t think his personal fitness regime is working particularly well really.
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