Discussion in 'The Team Bus' started by Squibba, Feb 2, 2017.
Don't think I have ever seen Deeney look so thin in 10 years. Looks like he's lost 2 stone.
Sounds like he's back in training...
Pretty sure that was an earthquake, not Deeney running at Colney.
Training with the U23s this morning by the look of it. Never thought I'd say this but I'm glad to see him back. Don't think he works that well in a footballing side anymore, but for a long ball team scrapping for every point like us he becomes useful.
Good news, Troy is at least up for a fight, and does make other players better as he is happy to do the ugly stuff. He does need to be at his best and not the player who started against Brighton. I am not sure how long it will take him to get fully fit, I suspect he is a good few weeks away.
Our saviour. A proven, consistent, top level performer at the peak of his powers.
In the land of the blind a one eyed man is king.... until the transfer window when you can find someone with two
I don't fully agree, but he could improve our attack.
It would be difficult not to, I reckon I could improve our attack if I was still in my hey day of 50 years ago
Maybe I could even do it now, arthritic knees and all
He is useful for doing the stuff GD, RP & AG can't/won't do. When he is back you will see an upturn in goals, not from Deeney necessarily but from him doing the centre forward work.
Obviously Pozzos think that Troys future carear is head of recruitment
Can't remember where I saw it, probably in The Times, Tony Cascarino rated all the Prem captains for their captaining abilities. Troy got the top mark, 8/10, along with about four others.
To be honest after we lose to Norwich I'd have him as a replacement to QSF
At least until the end of the season.
Agreed. He'll do the tough, lone striker work required to create a yard of space for GD etc to exploit.
Plus at least he gives a ****.
He gives a ****, but not enough to show up each preseason in decent shape.