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Should Walker be dropped

Should Ian Walker be dropped in place of Danny Coyne?


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Ricey

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Londonfox amazingly said Ian Walker has been crap for us this season and should be dropped. What do you think?

I think Walker has been one of our best players this season and we would of conceeded far more goals if someone else had been playing. I also think Danny Coyne has looked dodgy whenever I have seen him for Leicester or Grimsby.
 

Scowcroft

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Does anyone seriously think Danny Coyne could do a better job? Did anyone see the Bolton game away? Not impressive at all.......

I hear Pegguy is available though..... :wink:
 

RVG

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Walker should definately stay. Its not his fault the defence in front of him are crap.
Englands number one!
 

Bobby Smith

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I am not Walkers biggest fan. I have stated on here on several occasions that we will carry on conceding goals until Walker gets over his reluctance to come for crosses. It was demonstrated again on two occasions against Villa.

The problem is that we have no other proven keeper and therefore we have to stick with him.
 

Bren

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whoever said this is a prat and obviously does not go to many games. Walker has been superb, it would be a lot lot worse if he wasn't here
 

Teeno

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no offence london but have you watched us this season cause walker has kept us in alot of games, and imo alot of goals have been down to individual mistakes by te out field players! walker all the way
 

Ricey

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I think the poll results speak volumes, 19-2 now in favour of keeping Walks in the team :)
 

buzzer_b

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Walker has done brilliant for us this season but I dont see the harm in giving Coyne a run against Bolton.
 

Scowcroft

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buzzer_b said:
Walker has done brilliant for us this season but I dont see the harm in giving Coyne a run against Bolton.
You obviously didn't see the Bolton game away from home when Coyne was in goal.
 

dannyboy

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teenfox said:
no offence london but have you watched us this season cause walker has kept us in alot of games, and imo alot of goals have been down to individual mistakes by te out field players! walker all the way
Do u really think so? Shouldn't he have saved Ameobi's shot really. The first goal is vital...
 

buzzer_b

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Scowcroft said:
buzzer_b said:
Walker has done brilliant for us this season but I dont see the harm in giving Coyne a run against Bolton.
You obviously didn't see the Bolton game away from home when Coyne was in goal.
I missed the Bolton game, did he play that bad?
 

Scowcroft

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buzzer_b said:
Scowcroft said:
buzzer_b said:
Walker has done brilliant for us this season but I dont see the harm in giving Coyne a run against Bolton.
You obviously didn't see the Bolton game away from home when Coyne was in goal.
I missed the Bolton game, did he play that bad?
He didn't play 'bad', but he wasn't very commanding, his kicking was awful, and he was at fault for one of their goals. He just didn't look comfortable.
 

Teeno

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dannyboy said:
teenfox said:
no offence london but have you watched us this season cause walker has kept us in alot of games, and imo alot of goals have been down to individual mistakes by te out field players! walker all the way
Do u really think so? Shouldn't he have saved Ameobi's shot really. The first goal is vital...
i think that he has saved us alot this season!!! and all though he has been to blame for some goals, alot of the blame has to be down to the defence
 

Scowcroft

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Walker wasn't at fault for Ameobi's goal as it was deflected by Taggart. However, I do think he was to blame for the 3rd goal by Jenas. Walker should of come off his line instead of hesitating and not making his mind up.
 

dannyboy

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Oh 4 sure, like 1st goal was Impey ****-up but he still could get us out the cart at times when we need it
 

dannyboy

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Scowcroft said:
Walker wasn't at fault for Ameobi's goal as it was deflected by Taggart. However, I do think he was to blame for the 3rd goal by Jenas. Walker should of come off his line instead of hesitating and not making his mind up.
The 3rd dint matter. it took a slight, slight touch of taggart. He should have saved it, surely if u think he's england's number one. no chance
 

Scowcroft

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dannyboy said:
Scowcroft said:
Walker wasn't at fault for Ameobi's goal as it was deflected by Taggart. However, I do think he was to blame for the 3rd goal by Jenas. Walker should of come off his line instead of hesitating and not making his mind up.
The 3rd dint matter. it took a slight, slight touch of taggart. He should have saved it, surely if u think he's england's number one. no chance
What do you mean the 3rd didn't matter? The 3rd goal effectively killed off the game. Walker should of come off his line, instead Jenas headed the ball in from about 3 yards out! I really don't think Walker could of saved the first goal. It's very harsh to blame his for that.
 
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