I've yet to be convinced that Pym is an upgrade on Chapman, who was, I believe, a League Two 'Gold Glove' winner in the season before he signed for us.DaveLister wrote: ↑04 Jan 2020, 14:54Thats him.bristleposh wrote: ↑03 Jan 2020, 21:42Wasn't he signed by a truly shocking managertonyp wrote: ↑03 Jan 2020, 21:10
Not surprising that you and Fergie don't agree.
Manager Darren Ferguson said: “Woodyard has been a very good professional, he hasn’t let anyone down, he wanted more regular football. He has been playing of late but that has been down to injuries but he has done fine for us. I wished him all the best and he will go there and get more game time. I’ve enjoyed working with him.”
Might be a coincidence, but the same shocking manager signed the equally shocking O'Hara, Chapman and Bennett
O'Hara and Bennett contributed eight League One goals (four apiece) last season . This season, Butler, Mason, Beevers, Kent, Bennett, FBT, Woodyard, Boyd, Reed, Ward, Dembele and (loanee) Knight have also amassed eight L1 goals, offset by five own goals, leaving a net total of three goals shared between twelve players, all of whom have at least double-figure appearances.
If Bennett is 'shocking', may we have an adjective for Butler (he of the two own-goals, and one foolish last-minute penalty conceded at Wycombe)?