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If Caulker took a place on the bench then he surely at least had to be part match fit?

To keep him on the bench for 93 minutes was a real strange one.

Could have done with him 2nd half when we were getting a few corners and balls in the box.

Think from McCann's comments that Kamara genuinely has been injured and should be back in the next week or so.

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I really don't know Ferry' But I have got to personally watch, not to dwell too much on these kind of questions (although you are not being cynical in asking)

Maybe there are perfectly good reasons, why they are not playing just now ... If not, then is that not the game Fitba Managers (& Players) play? Maybe they

are genuinely injured. Maybe there has been words & a fallout. Maybe as suggested it's awe part of the selling process, which they see as raising the value

of DFC players. Maybe NM is working on the basis of raising the quality (& respecting) his whole squad & choosing his players depending on the opposition.

Guess we might never know. However ideally I believe DFC & Manager should be focusing on retaining/& building onto what we have. We are nearly there:chaplin:

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9 hours ago, Ferry pub crawl said:

Does anyone else think they are being wrapped in cotton wool. Maybe just the synic in me but caulker didn't look injured yesterday  (rumour of strained relationship with mcann )and kamara not seen for a couple of weeks due to injury. 

Unfortunately we've had a few guys out of the team after picking up a strained relationship in recent years... It's almost our most common injury. 😉 

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Just now, barkblue said:

Unfortunately we've had a few guys out of the team after picking up a strained relationship in recent years... It's almost our most common injury. 😉 

What can you do as a manager though, players have a lot more power now than they ever have and managing egos is part of it but at some point you have to 'manage'. Its not all about 'now', you have to look at the big picture. Saying that, managers are people who have egos too, basically, if we remove people life would be a lot more simple. :lol2:

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39 minutes ago, chomp my root said:

What can you do as a manager though, players have a lot more power now than they ever have and managing egos is part of it but at some point you have to 'manage'. Its not all about 'now', you have to look at the big picture. Saying that, managers are people who have egos too, basically, if we remove people life would be a lot more simple. 

Haha! How very true!

I suppose it comes down to man management. These occurrences do seem to happen at most clubs but we just seem to have an awful lot in the last season and a bit. Maybe it's possible to have a little too much ego, even in an ego driven industry? 😉 

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3 minutes ago, barkblue said:

Haha! How very true!

I suppose it comes down to man management. These occurrences do seem to happen at most clubs but we just seem to have an awful lot in the last season and a bit. Maybe it's possible to have a little too much ego, even in an ego driven industry? 😉 

I think the "ego driven industry" is different to what most of us are used to. Its also full of young boys who have had a lot of smoke blown up their arses. Each industry will have its own 'rules'. Some of the things that I got up to in the Forces would raise a few eyebrows, it was our 'rules' though. 

For me, there's not much point trying to use 'our' yardstick for dealing with footballers.

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10 minutes ago, chomp my root said:

I think the "ego driven industry" is different to what most of us are used to. Its also full of young boys who have had a lot of smoke blown up their arses. Each industry will have its own 'rules'. Some of the things that I got up to in the Forces would raise a few eyebrows, it was our 'rules' though. 

For me, there's not much point trying to use 'our' yardstick for dealing with footballers.

Unless it's to beat them about the napper with!?! 🙂 

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