Long history of trying strikers out wide at Boro, even Rioch tried Slaven out wide a few times. See also Davenport, Maccarone, Aliadiere (sp?) Stuani and I am sure many others.
We did have one success going the other way - John Hendrie
I agree entirely but I was just trying to debate wether Carrick wants Jones to change a bit and start delivering earlier into the box. As a result he takes him out of the firing line while he tries to adapty to the change, rather than keep knocking his confidence.
I always remember the debate...
Jones and Giles seem to try crossing in a different way. Giles tends to put it in early and aims for an area rather than a specific player. Jones seems to try and get to the byline and then pass it to a player directly, rather than just clipping it into a dangerous area.
I remember how Downing...
Even in the 90s, when I was getting ripped off by a taxi driver in Las Vegas he started to pretend the only words of English he knew were Bobby Charlton which he kept repeating in the hope I would stop whinging about him dropping me off at the wrong end of the strip.
Isn't there an Arsenal player who hasn't been charged yet but is under investigation and on police bail. This means he hasn't officially been named yet?
Not going to speculate about his name as that would be wrong.
This policy was introduced years ago wasn't it? I'm sure when Labour were in power, towards the end of their time they said that anybody who didn't get a C grade or above or the equivalent at 16 in maths had to carry on studying it until 18 either in 6th form or as part of a work based...
How old is he? Is he picking GCSE (14 year old) or is he looking at further education (16 year old).
If its GCSE just pick the subjects he likes the best, most important subjects are compulsory anyway. If it's post 16 then he needs to think carefully about what he wants to do in 2 years time...
I loved these and used the bits of card to enable me to do a 'proper' cup draw as well. Never could get a pen to put numbers on my marbles successfully to do it with numbered balls.
Oh happy days, Boro won the cup every year, often beating Hartlepool or Darlow one of the later rounds