- 21 Sep 2005
Ex Bury, apparently signing today.
Although I described him as a 'defensive midfielder', I am not sure he is in the same bracket as McCullough. I have not seen much of him, but he has always struck me as an energetic, box-to-box player who scores a few goals, rather than a water-carrier. Physical, but not necessarily a holding midfielder.If Danns is a defensive midfielder then good.
Yes, but I doubt we'll ever see the three of them playing together for 90 minutes. In any case, we have enough youngsters with double-barrelled names to do most of the legwork.BTW, do we now have the oldest midfield in the EFL with Danns, Perkins and Potter? (LOL!).
If they do, our central midfield will have a combined age of 108.Yes, but I doubt we'll ever see the three of them playing together for 90 minutes. In any case, we have enough youngsters with double-barrelled names to do most of the legwork.
If McCollough were fit, available and we had the funds, why would we not sign him though? He’s proven that he can do a decent job for us, despite not being the best passer of a ball, so, if Danns is more of a box to box midfielder, then there is still a need for a defensive midfielder to break up play and protect the back four.Mc Cullough was according to Matt Jones months ago only being helped with his recovery.... and that he was not going to be resigned... surely this confirms it and I assume also as I said earlier Gilmour will be loaned out as he seems to have dropped way down the pecking order