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Thread: Will Smallbone (M Southampton b.2000)

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    On the bench for Saints tonight. Good to see him on his way back.

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    he came on as a sub on 77'. Fantastic to see him back on the pitch.

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    BBC text updates sticking the boot in a bit LOL

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    Penalty missed! Bad penalty by William Smallbone (Southampton) right footed shot is just a bit too high. William Smallbone should be disappointed.

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    I see Shane long is back in Southampton, surprised by that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diggs246 View Post
    I see Shane long is back in Southampton, surprised by that
    Is there demand / requests for him anywhere else ?

    Do clubs very often look to loan fairly aged Strikers ? Genuine question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seanfhear View Post
    Is there demand / requests for him anywhere else ?

    Do clubs very often look to loan fairly aged Strikers ? Genuine question.
    He had a spell at Bournemouth in the second half of last season and didn't pull up many trees... I think his contract with Southampton ends this season.

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    Question that is sensitive, but I don't mean it to be so: Has Smallbone got Alopecia? It's not something I noticed before on the few occasions I saw him. I didn't think it was something that developed in someone as they got older.
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    a bald willie smallbone

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingdom View Post
    Question that is sensitive, but I don't mean it to be so: Has Smallbone got Alopecia? It's not something I noticed before on the few occasions I saw him. I didn't think it was something that developed in someone as they got older.

    Mostly, but not always. It depends on the type of alopecia. Some are caused by a virus, inflammation, staph infection, genes... I know someone who got folliculitis decalvans in their late 30s. (Mrs Grise is a derm nurse - always a leaflet about something or other lying round the house!)
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    Yeah he's got alopecia and never noticed myself, but there's one picture before he did his ACL and you can see a bald patch on the back of his head.

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    How is his alopecia related to football Kingdom? Maybe you should set up a medical condition section where this can be discussed and just discuss football on here!

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    Flare-ups could cause lesions which would make the scalp painful so heading the ball may not be an option... If it's a staph infection there's possibly a risk of contagion with skin to (broken) skin contact. Slight possiilities, but with multi-million pound assets clubs would be protective.
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