Maxwell’s Return Reflects Well On Both Him And Morrell

They say you should never go back, and in general I fully subscribe to that theory. Thank goodness Chris Maxwell doesn’t though: he could be the exception that proves the rule. Generally, going back to the scene of your greatest successes is fraught with danger. Expectations are too high, players are often older and a little over the hill when they rerurn, and it just … Continue reading Maxwell’s Return Reflects Well On Both Him And Morrell

>An Embarrassment of Riches

> Never mind where’s Wally, where’s Angelos?When we signed Angelos Tsiaklis I was rather pleased. Here was a player who’d done well on loan last season and was clearly technically sound. With him on the pitch results were good last season, so he appeared to be a good acquisition. I was pleased with his debut at Cambridge too. Having not been attached to a club … Continue reading >An Embarrassment of Riches

>Saunders Tinkers to Good Effect

>I’m finding the Dean Saunders experiment fascinating. You can see exactly what he’s doing-frankly this is the first time since Denis Smith was boss when I can sit and watch us and see what we’re looking to do, which has surely got to be a good thing! The pieces aren’t fitting together yet, which is totally understandable as Saunders has only just got his feet … Continue reading >Saunders Tinkers to Good Effect