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Red Ram

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  1. Red Ram

    Darren Bent - joined Burton on loan

    Involved yes but I've never previously seen it suggested that he had any role in Clough's sacking unless you know different?
  2. Red Ram

    Darren Bent - joined Burton on loan

    Personally I agree 100% about the unfairness of the sacking but for the sake of accuracy Mel had nothing to do with it. He became Chairman at the END of that season after McClaren had led us to the play-off final. GSE still owned the club at the time Clough was sacked. The key moment was when Tom Glick (who appear to hold Clough in very high regard) departed for Man City and was replaced by Rush who seemed to have an anti-Clough agenda right from the start...
  3. Red Ram

    WiFi Boost

    Looked at that too. Gets very good reviews as does the Linksys one. I specifically wanted the 4 ethernet ports and the dedicated backhaul but depending on mrdave's requirements they're probably more or less equivalent
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    WiFi Boost

    I bought this recently https://www.amazon.co.uk/NETGEAR-System-Coverage-Network-Satellite/dp/B01KVRRSNI/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1512398228&sr=8-3&keywords=netgear+orbi It's not cheap but it's absolutely transformed our Wi-Fi coverage. We a fairly large 3 story house. One unit on the top floor, the other on the bottom. Strong coverage EVERYWHERE. All the deadspots are gone. The units also have 4 ethernet ports each which means you can connect non-mobile devices (TV, XBOX/PS4 etc) directly to the system. It has a dedicated channel for backhaul so is much faster than apparently similar alternatives.
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    Craig Forsyth

    I agree he wasn't great. He's about 75% of the player he was before the injury, which still makes him better than Olson. I'd stick with him for now because it's only by playing that he's going to get back to the player he was. Prior to the injury I can barely recall him EVER getting beaten. Baird's a safe option but would offer little or no attacking threat down that side.
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