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Wishere: to a PL club.

 

NEXT.

 

Not "next" you hilarious lunatic.

 

"the players surrounding him will be of average quality as well and to blossom and actually develop its always better to play with better players something he would do every day in training with us"

 

This is the crux of your spastic, mentally retarded argument.

 

Bolton's players are worse than Arsenal's.

 

Oh look, I've made you look like a cunt. AGAIN.

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He will definitely benefit from regular first team football at the moment. I can see him doing well there and coming back a better player for it.

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Not one of these examples have been bad examples, Code. These players swam when their clubs said "it's sink or swim" and the reason is they knew for a fact that they had to.

 

It's a loan until the end of the year, not the season. He plays some games against adults and trains with more pros who do not want him to take their place in the squad. It'll give him a very clear perspective on where he is and where he needs to be, mentally as much as technically.

 

Shelvey has always been the wonderkid built up as a player with great potential. But he will have to show it while on loan or Holloway will drop him. It's a loan, it's now that he needs to perform not in two years. It's the kind of shift in situation that could (if he shows the necessary mental strength and reacts in the way that Spearing and Kelly did, also Eccleston when used in the Europa last year - although a lack of technical nous and being played out of position in a team that didn't create anything for him kind of scuppered his attempts to make an impression) see his development accelerate.

 

It's for the same reason I'd like to see Suso sent out to a League 1 side.

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Some people are FAR too OBSESSED with Code. He's a sound lad, who sometimes goes over the top, but if you don't like what he has to say (and clearly some of you don't, because it is always the same people), then stick him on ignore. It really is that simple.

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Ashley Cole - Cystal Palace

Rio Ferdinand and Defoe - Bournemouth

Frank Lampard - Swansea

John Terry - Nottingham Forest

 

Stop with all this evidence, your ruining Code's argument here

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Not "next" you hilarious lunatic.

 

"the players surrounding him will be of average quality as well and to blossom and actually develop its always better to play with better players something he would do every day in training with us"

 

This is the crux of your spastic, mentally retarded argument.

 

Bolton's players are worse than Arsenal's.

 

Oh look, I've made you look like a cunt. AGAIN.

 

 

So let me get this right, you are comparing a regular mid table PL club with a club who had a one year spell in the PL and probably will end up in the relegation battle in the Championship.

 

You are also comparing a player who went on loan to this PL club at the age of 17 when he did not really have any first team experience at all to a player who at the age of 19 is sent back to the Championship after already have had two full seasons there and a season in the PL getting loads of games.

 

God bless you, why am I even wasting my time talking to a snappahead like you?

 

Stick to insulting people and dont engage in any real debate as thats obviously asking too much of you.

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I think Frode is quite right in saying that a premier league loan would be better by the way, but I also believe a loan to the Championship is better than playing for the reserves.

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36:07

Assist by Jonjo Shelvey.

36:07 GOAL - Gary Taylor-Fletcher :

Blackpool 1 - 0 Bristol City

 

Apparently Jonjo powerful shot parried to GTF.

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36:07

Assist by Jonjo Shelvey.

36:07 GOAL - Gary Taylor-Fletcher :

Blackpool 1 - 0 Bristol City

 

Apparently Jonjo powerful shot parried to GTF.

And then he scores

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I would like examples of Code being right about ANYTHING. If Kenny does the opposite of what Code suggests for every game we'll win the league!

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I would like examples of Code being right about ANYTHING. If Kenny does the opposite of what Code suggests for every game we'll win the league!

 

Code is almost as bad as Ant, who genuinely IS wrong about absolutely everything he ever proffers an opinion about.

 

Codey is just a mentally ill forum joke.

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