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    Another enjoyable episode with some good insight! Enjoy.

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    Didn’t realise Sharp was that close to signing for Wolves too. Seems he liked Laws and his management style. Interesting given Hayes Didnt. Another good listen. Keep them coming they are just about keeping me sane in these tough times

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    Dave Mulligan preferred Laws too (apart from too much 5 a side in training).

    Interesting stuff.

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    it seems Haysie fell out with a number of managers, Mully didn’t get on with Nigel, I think everyone at the time thought Billy was going to Wolves.

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    Dave Mulligan preferred Laws too (apart from too much 5 a side in training).

    Interesting stuff.

    If you watch the Brian Clough story (A fantastic documentary) a number of his ex players say Cloughie never included “drills” in his training. Pre season was running, running and more running, once the season started training was 95% 5 a side, lots of touches of the ball, fast paced passing and moving. Keeping everything simple, obviously his style rubbed of on Lawsy.

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    Come to think of it, Lawsy told us that about Clough when we spoke to him!

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    Isn’t it always the same with managers, football on non-football? Some of those under them like them, others don’t or can’t stand them, for whatever reason. One thing’s for sure, if a manager takes a dislike to you, it’s likely to be reciprocated and rarely ends well. These managers are generally given unflattering nicknames.

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    Andy Keogh has been another singing the praises of Steve Wharton.

    Did what was best for the club without damaging the club. Or words to that effect

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    “At the time everyone was calling Wharton, and giving me dogs abuse for backing him.”
    Just saving ‘someone’ the bother of yet again typing it. 😜

    It’s our time.

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    Andy Keogh has been another singing the praises of Steve Wharton.

    Did what was best for the club without damaging the club. Or words to that effect

    No doubt Steve would have had that drilled into him by his dad. I know we were all gutted when Barrie T went to Tyneside but you do wonder how bad the finances were back then, and again when he was sold a second time.At least those of us who are old enough witnessed the best years in the club’s history.

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    The KEOGH podcast – excellent gentlemen. So honest by him and his comments and what he thinks about the club and the fans were nice to know. Explains why he went to OZ and you cannot blame him.

    It is a must listen to, well seriously they all are.

    The Thomas transfer – poor old Dick Duckworth hung out to dry by Tom Taylor !

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