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Q: 2023/24 Hopes & aspirations for this season
a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
b. Last season was a trophy winning one and there's only one way to go after that, I expect a dull mid table bore fest of a season
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
d. Moyes out
e. New season you say, woohoo time to get the new kit and wear it it to the pub for all the big games, the wags down there call me Mr West Ham

Sir Alf 10:36 Fri Oct 28
Doing well at Brum and just scored a cracking goal in his wing back role. The wing back we are looking for ?

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onsideman 10:20 Tue Nov 8
Re: Longelo
Another superb assist for the lad tonight

Sven Roeder 11:29 Sat Oct 29
Re: Longelo
Big priority for next season is a top notch left back.
Cresswell is on his last legs and Emerson is a squad player rather than a first teamer.
Ideally Longelo works on his defensive game and has a great season at Birmingham and comes back ready to play at the top level.
Could save us a lot of money but ideally we need someone who can play in a back 4

Lato 10:27 Sat Oct 29
Re: Longelo
dodgiest barnets

Lato 9:17 Sat Oct 29
Re: Longelo
Agree with what's been said he stood out against Zagreb but he appears not to be in Moyes plans. Good experience for him though at Birmingham.

Talking of Birmingham City have their players taken over from Leeds United players for having the doggies barnets?

Mad Dog 9:13 Sat Oct 29
Re: Longelo
Was really impressed when he played zargreb. But, like all the youngsters last season, moyes refused point blank to give any of them a chance despite putting quite a few of them on the bench and running our players into the ground

the exile 1:27 Sat Oct 29
Re: Longelo
If you want to see Longelo's goal, here it is:


the exile 1:16 Sat Oct 29
Re: Longelo
I've been banging the drum for Longelo for at least a couple of years - cracking player. Yes, I can agree that there may be doubts about his defensive acumen in a back four, but as a wing-back I think he is outstanding. Better than Emerson. A mate of mine who's a Blues fan says he was excellent tonight.

Sir Alf 11:45 Fri Oct 28
Re: Longelo
"kiss of death" he just gave a pen away with a high boot :-) Fortunately the keeper saved it

Sir Alf 11:04 Fri Oct 28
Re: Longelo
He's looking good for Brum in the game I'm watching. Very fast and up and down the pitch. I think he did not suit the "sit and defend", counter attacking model Moyes has had us playing but per the "Moyes Out" thread, if we are making the transition to more possession based, 3 at the back ( Aguerd etc with pace ) and 2 wing backs we would do well to take another look at Longelo. If you watch City, Brighton, Chelsea, Pool, Arsenal they all use the overload idea which invariably is a wing back. Not sure if Kehrer can deliver the crosses but looking at this Brum vs QPR game young Longelo seems to be able to.

Browno22 11:00 Fri Oct 28
Re: Longelo
Moyes is living in 2002 and still thinks he's ginger. Fucking grow up you old cunt

daveyg 11:00 Fri Oct 28
Re: Longelo
was only looking at Birmingham forum today,they like him.
As with Ashby two fine wing backs. Longelo better attacking than defending. Ashby better all round game.
Both are excellent dead ball specialists would love to see himtake a free kick if given the chance now he has his first goal.
Great to hear he getting better,took him a while to get up to required fitness.he's had a few issues over the years.hope that's all behind him.

Dr Matt 10:57 Fri Oct 28
Re: Longelo
Moyes doesn’t rate him.

Said him and Ashby are like a poor man’s Ashley Cole and Gary Neville.

onsideman 10:45 Fri Oct 28
Re: Longelo
Everyone could see he was the pick of a bunch in that Zagreb game. No idea what the problem was but I'd rather see him fucking up and not really influencing games than Emerson

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