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With the misery and despair surrounding our limp end to the campaign.

 

Can we all step back and agree that this kid is going to be one hell of player.

 

Way ahead of Gibson at his age and a much better footballer.

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With the misery and despair surrounding our limp end to the campaign.

 

Can we all step back and agree that this kid is going to be one of player.

 

Way ahead of Gibson at his age and a much better footballer.

Agree completely. Only thing Gibson has over him are his leadership qualities.

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Yes I agree with that. Fry is a very good prospect for both Boro and England

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With the misery and despair surrounding our limp end to the campaign.

 

Can we all step back and agree that this kid is going to be one of player.

 

Way ahead of Gibson at his age and a much better footballer.

Agree completely. Only thing Gibson has over him are his leadership qualities.

 

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With the misery and despair surrounding our limp end to the campaign.

 

Can we all step back and agree that this kid is going to be one of player.

 

Way ahead of Gibson at his age and a much better footballer.

Agree completely. Only thing Gibson has over him are his leadership qualities.

Dael's a cracking prospect, with regard to his leadership qualities, Dael's still only 21, you need a manager who sees him as the 1st choice CB in the team , that's when you'll find out if he has the quality to be a future captain and leader.

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Fry, Wing, Tavernier, Fletcher could be the spine of a young forward thinking team.

 

Few experienced championship players in there too like Ayala, Howson, Savile, Britt... there's life beyond this dreadful period.

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Fry, Wing, Tavernier, Fletcher could be the spine of a young forward thinking team.

 

Few experienced championship players in there too like Ayala, Howson, Savile, Britt... there's life beyond this dreadful period.

 

This is so true. Good keeper (if we can somehow keep randolph) and then look at an Ayala, a solid centre half, a little width and a finisher and there is no reason why we can't be competitive on a budget (actually playing entertaining foorball)

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Fry, Wing, Tavernier, Fletcher could be the spine of a young forward thinking team.

 

Few experienced championship players in there too like Ayala, Howson, Savile, Britt... there's life beyond this dreadful period.

 

Agreed but prem vultures will circle are youngsters and we are a selling club. Sad to say but just the harsh reality.

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Way ahead of Gibson at his age and a much better footballer.

 

Gibson had a good solid season in the premiership for us and was part of a record breaking defensive partnership at this level.

 

Does fry have big potential? Yes

‘Way ahead’ of Gibson? No where near.

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Fry, Wing, Tavernier, Fletcher could be the spine of a young forward thinking team.

 

Few experienced championship players in there too like Ayala, Howson, Savile, Britt... there's life beyond this dreadful period.

 

Agreed but prem vultures will circle are youngsters and we are a selling club. Sad to say but just the harsh reality.

 

Agree we will need to sell, but not the youngsters listed. The next step is to reduce the wage budget and none of the young lads will be on much vs downing, Ayala, Randolph, etc... I think we will see a huge turnover this summer, at some fire sale prices (e.g. Britt) and how well that is managed depends on the quality of our recruitment (?)

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Way ahead of Gibson at his age and a much better footballer.

 

Gibson had a good solid season in the premiership for us and was part of a record breaking defensive partnership at this level.

 

Does fry have big potential? Yes

‘Way ahead’ of Gibson? No where near.

 

At Fry's age he'd done neither of these things...

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Fry, Wing, Tavernier, Fletcher could be the spine of a young forward thinking team.

 

Few experienced championship players in there too like Ayala, Howson, Savile, Britt... there's life beyond this dreadful period.

 

Agreed but prem vultures will circle are youngsters and we are a selling club. Sad to say but just the harsh reality.

 

Agree we will need to sell, but not the youngsters listed. The next step is to reduce the wage budget and none of the young lads will be on much vs downing, Ayala, Randolph, etc... I think we will see a huge turnover this summer, at some fire sale prices (e.g. Britt) and how well that is managed depends on the quality of our recruitment (?)

 

Well the one benefit of Pulis preferring centre halfs on the wing to Tavernier is maybe he's gone back under the radar for potential buyers.... Wing is good but not good enough for a Prem team. I could see Fry maybe going, sadly, especially as he's playing a lot at England youth level. Think we'll keep Fletcher.

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Speaking of Gibson, any chance of him coming back? Surely he can’t be enjoying it at Burnley. Throw them Flint and Ayala in exchange.

 

Would absolutely love a centre back partnership of Gibson and Fry next season.

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Speaking of Gibson, any chance of him coming back? Surely he can’t be enjoying it at Burnley. Throw them Flint and Ayala in exchange.

 

Would absolutely love a centre back partnership of Gibson and Fry next season.

 

Doubt it, I can see Burnley moving on either Mee or Tarkowski this summer and Gibbo being their starting CB next year.

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