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Live on Sky now, replaced the Masters football. International teams - England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland and Rest of the world. 

Few ex Derby players, Bent Saunders and Eanrshaw. 

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1 minute ago, rynny said:

Lee Carsley playing as well. 

Will have played with Rowett so know him well, could work alongside Joe Allen

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3 minutes ago, David said:

Will have played with Rowett so know him well, could work alongside Joe Allen

There is 56 year old Owen Coyle playing. 

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On 04/01/2019 at 20:02, David said:

That’s not a like Rynny but I’ll take it. If @Lambchop has cheered up yet I could be on to my first none eye rolling reaction from her, she loves a good Rowett post 

The laughing reaction better bloody count towards reputation. I'm assuming the 'cheers', the ram and the clapping hands do too?

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On 04/01/2019 at 20:05, rynny said:

Lee Carsley playing as well. 

Is it just me that remembers Lee Carsley as an absolute clogger for us, couldn't pass for toffee or control a bag of cement (I'm not saying I didn't like him!). Then went to the Toffees and became some kind of Messi/Iniesta hybrid??

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3 minutes ago, Taribo said:

Is it just me that remembers Lee Carsley as an absolute clogger for us, couldn't pass for toffee or control a bag of cement (I'm not saying I didn't like him!). Then went to the Toffees and became some kind of Messi/Iniesta hybrid??

It must be you, I remember being really disappointed to lose Carsley. One of those under valued players that isn't appreciated until they've left. 

Incidentally, I believe he still plays regular Sunday league football in Brum. A true footballer who plays for the love of the game. 

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14 minutes ago, ram59 said:

It must be you, I remember being really disappointed to lose Carsley. One of those under valued players that isn't appreciated until they've left. 

Incidentally, I believe he still plays regular Sunday league football in Brum. A true footballer who plays for the love of the game. 

I agree, a real sense of loss.  Didn't he leave because he had a sick son and he wanted to ensure his future with a big money deal?

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1 hour ago, Taribo said:

Is it just me that remembers Lee Carsley as an absolute clogger for us, couldn't pass for toffee or control a bag of cement (I'm not saying I didn't like him!). Then went to the Toffees and became some kind of Messi/Iniesta hybrid??

I am not sure many footballers would be able to either 😂😅

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1 hour ago, ram59 said:

It must be you, I remember being really disappointed to lose Carsley. One of those under valued players that isn't appreciated until they've left. 

He could certainly play, but he was quite young and still pretty raw when he was with us. I wouldn't necessarily have predicted him becoming as good on the ball and with set pieces as he became at Everton. I remember him mainly as an enforcer at Derby. If anyone left something in on one of our dainty foreign lads your could guarantee they'd be upended by Carsley within 5 minutes.

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1 hour ago, Taribo said:

Is it just me that remembers Lee Carsley as an absolute clogger for us, couldn't pass for toffee or control a bag of cement (I'm not saying I didn't like him!). Then went to the Toffees and became some kind of Messi/Iniesta hybrid??

First you say he couldn't pass for toffee, then state he went on to play like Messi/Iniesta, which I assume means he made many a successful pass for the Toffees?

Which is it?  You can't have it both ways!   

 

I prefer fudge.

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