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    3-5-2 is screaming out to be picked. Clark, Duffy, Egan, Stevens, Doherty, Whelan, Brady, Hendrick, McGoldrick, Connolly. I wouldn't complain with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olé Olé View Post
    3-5-2 is screaming out to be picked. Clark, Duffy, Egan, Stevens, Doherty, Whelan, Brady, Hendrick, McGoldrick, Connolly. I wouldn't complain with that.
    It does have a nice look to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olé Olé View Post
    3-5-2 is screaming out to be picked. Clark, Duffy, Egan, Stevens, Doherty, Whelan, Brady, Hendrick, McGoldrick, Connolly. I wouldn't complain with that.
    I was actually thinking of that line-up, with McCarthy instead of Whelan, if he got enough time today and next week - McCarthy only got 12 minutes today, but Whelan was taken off in the first half of Hearts' League Cup tie with Rangers with a hamstring injury - so what would we do now for the holding midfielder spot? Alan Browne? Use McCarthy anyway?

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    Quote Originally Posted by samhaydenjr View Post
    I was actually thinking of that line-up, with McCarthy instead of Whelan, if he got enough time today and next week - McCarthy only got 12 minutes today, but Whelan was taken off in the first half of Hearts' League Cup tie with Rangers with a hamstring injury - so what would we do now for the holding midfielder spot? Alan Browne? Use McCarthy anyway?
    I think the difficulty there is the right sided centre back needs to be comfortable on the ball and egan and Duffy play as the middle in a 3 with neither been particularly comfortable in the wide areas either in possession or out of possession

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    Quote Originally Posted by samhaydenjr View Post
    I was actually thinking of that line-up, with McCarthy instead of Whelan, if he got enough time today and next week - McCarthy only got 12 minutes today, but Whelan was taken off in the first half of Hearts' League Cup tie with Rangers with a hamstring injury - so what would we do now for the holding midfielder spot? Alan Browne? Use McCarthy anyway?
    McCarthy replaced McArthur yesterday who looked like he was carrying a knock leaving the field. McCarthy might get a start next week and with a few more minutes in the legs against NZ should see him ready to go against Denmark.

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    Surely Cullen is next in line after turning up consistently for very little point so far ?

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    Another goal for him today against Bournemouth.Really turned his season around.

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    First time scoring in consecutive games in his career
    All goals, yellow and red cards tweeted in real time on twitter and facebook

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    Bit scrappy but he did well to get there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tetsujin1979 View Post
    First time scoring in consecutive games in his career
    Stick him up front Mick!

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    substituted late on today with a nasty looking ankle injury
    All goals, yellow and red cards tweeted in real time on twitter and facebook

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    Ciaran Clark out for the rest of the season. According to ClubCall.com "from the 14 league games he has played in, the Magpies have won six, drawn five and lost three – conceding 17 and scoring the same amount. In the 13 games without the centre-back, the Tynesiders have won two, drawn two and lost nine – conceding 24 goals and scoring just seven"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demesne Lad View Post
    Ciaran Clark out for the rest of the season. According to ClubCall.com "from the 14 league games he has played in, the Magpies have won six, drawn five and lost three – conceding 17 and scoring the same amount. In the 13 games without the centre-back, the Tynesiders have won two, drawn two and lost nine – conceding 24 goals and scoring just seven"
    Things were going well for him . Tis a pity the way this injury has got him. Life of a professional footballer I suppose. Wish him all the best and a good recovery as soon as possible.

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