Registered On: December 27, 2013
I’m surprised Hornshaw hasn’t had more of a look in anyway to be honest. I’m pretty sure he played against Notts County in a cup game, got MOM while looking a really handy player in the process and never saw anything from him again.
In my opinion he’s good enough for league 2. Vincent is supposed to be talented. Hallam is definitely good enough, whether he can keep himself fit. Beestin will be good enough.
Spence will be good enough. Pugh not too sure about, not really seen much of him. We have Rayyner Silva who’s supposed to have impressed so far during pre season, they think very highly of him down at GP.
I think we’ll be ok in CM personally but it’s right back which bothers me. Jai Rowe looks a good player but if Clarke is injured, that means McGahey will get pushed out there as needed for back up. No doubt he’ll be steady there but he doesn’t offer much going forward.
Left hand side will be fine with O’Malley and Butroid. Butroid is plenty good enough and O’Malley is a good little player.
I forgot about Charlie Barks as well, he’s another highly rated youngster. A really solid, young CB who scored v’s Donny.
Apart from RB and Gk, I’m fairly happy. It will be a rough bumpy season at times with the youngsters but I’ve been wanting the club to give youngsters a chance for a while now and never seemed to.
It will be refreshing to see younger legs with energy and enthusiasm, rather then seeing older players plodding around to pick up a pay cheque at the end of the week.
There will be a lot of if, but’s and maybe’s with all these younger players but I’m excited to see how they all do. This makes a refreshing change.