- 21 Sep 2005
- Fav Player
Pringle was OK at times but didn't do enough.
I find it interesting that for a community club like ours, you have to follow virtually every social media platform to find out this sort of information. There's no reliable source you can turn to for up-to-date information. Just as well White Review exists, as very little gets past us lot.There was a feature on Ifollow today about Morgan Ferrier and Luke McCullough, both of whom had their first full day on the training pitch with the physio. It was interesting, as I think it is the first official acknowledgement that we will sign McCullough when he is fit.
It seems that Morgan is not far away from joining in with full training, but Luke has a little further to go.
I think there is already some sort of pre-contract agreement with McCullough, otherwise the club would not have released the video today.Seriously, if we can sign a fit Luke McCullough, it would be like signing a new player. He is definitely a player we have missed this season. However, having given him all that physio and TLC to rehabilitate him, I just hope he doesn't do a James Wallace and p*** off to Fleetwood.
I think McCullough would make a difference in so far as he does a good job protecting the back four, which none of the current midfielders really do. Potter does ok in that role, but is not a natural ball winner, and we have been really exposed because of the lack of protection for the defence at times. He also has plenty of experience at this level, and some in the division above.Need to be careful that we’re not pinning all our hopes on Luke and Morgan. McCullough did ok when fit but personally never stood out for me.
Ferrier in his brief spell looked sharp but again is fairly unproven at this level not scoring many last season in cookies Walsall side.
but I guess they can’t do much worse that some of the others in recent games.
Yes he has been training this week (looking on Twitter) 37 years old but has been playing consistently in League Two until the end of last season..Not sure if I’ve seen anyone post on here but if not I’m surprised that no-one spotted Antony Kay in the latest training vids.
Me too. Port Vale reckoned he couldn't hack even League Two this season and nobody else has been willing to give him a contract. It doesn't look good, but then Micky took a similar gamble on Ollie Banks and it came off.I'd be slightly worried about the lack of pace with Kay as there is quite a difference from league one and two from what we have seen.