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drfchound

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Re: Dahlberg
« Reply #60 on January 15, 2022, 08:46:07 am by drfchound »
It’s a risk, but a very small risk and well worth risking with our loans.

Keepers basically never get injured during a game and come off, so the youth of the guy on the bench doesn’t really matter. Even if there was an injury and the keeper came off (can’t remember when that last happened to us) we may have by that point in the game already used our subs, so a player would go in goal at that point. That’s happened relatively often by comparison, so having an experienced keeper on the bench is not a save-all option.

Then if Jones got injured between games, we could get an emergency loan who would like Joe Lumley the other year, be perfectly good for several weeks.

I think the last time our keeper came off and an outfield player had to take over was two or three years ago when Whiteman donned the gloves.



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phil old leake

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Re: Dahlberg
« Reply #61 on January 15, 2022, 09:05:40 am by phil old leake »
If we could sign Jagielka (who I think would be out of our pay capability) we could kill 2 birds with one stone

If I remember correctly when he played at the blades Warnock didn’t select a keeper for the bench because of how good in goal Jagielka was

roversdude

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Re: Dahlberg
« Reply #62 on January 15, 2022, 09:28:21 am by roversdude »
Really struggle sometimes with our fans. For the last few seasons there has been a call for our players to play in place of a loan player. Now it’s happened all of a sudden it’s wrong

ravenrover

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Re: Dahlberg
« Reply #63 on January 15, 2022, 09:46:19 am by ravenrover »
It’s a risk, but a very small risk and well worth risking with our loans.

Keepers basically never get injured during a game and come off, so the youth of the guy on the bench doesn’t really matter. Even if there was an injury and the keeper came off (can’t remember when that last happened to us) we may have by that point in the game already used our subs, so a player would go in goal at that point. That’s happened relatively often by comparison, so having an experienced keeper on the bench is not a save-all option.

Then if Jones got injured between games, we could get an emergency loan who would like Joe Lumley the other year, be perfectly good for several weeks.

I think the last time our keeper came off and an outfield player had to take over was two or three years ago when Whiteman donned the gloves.
Wasn't that because Marosi got sent off?

Janso

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Re: Dahlberg
« Reply #64 on January 15, 2022, 10:43:53 am by Janso »
Really struggle sometimes with our fans. For the last few seasons there has been a call for our players to play in place of a loan player. Now it’s happened all of a sudden it’s wrong

Same people who want us to follow the Barnsley model but then don't actually want to sell any players when they become saleable assets. We have a bizarre fanbase full of conspiracy theorists and people who revel in sticking the knife in.

Chris Black come back

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Re: Dahlberg
« Reply #65 on January 15, 2022, 10:48:05 am by Chris Black come back »
That was 25 August 2018 at home to Portsmouth, in a 0-0 draw.

Marosi was sent off on 83 mins and to illustrate my earlier point, at that stage in the game we had already used our allotted subs (Rowe, Coppinger and Kiwomya had come off the bench on 73, 72 and 82 mins respectively). So when Marosi was dismissed, we could not bring on Ian Lawlor for the final 7+ mins.

Even if we had Sam Johnstone on the bench, we still wouldn’t have been able to use him in that scenario so the sub keeper quality was irrelevant. Whiteman then went in goal and kept a clean sheet.

Juddy

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Re: Dahlberg
« Reply #66 on January 15, 2022, 12:05:14 pm by Juddy »
Gillingham are just above us in the league table AGENT Dahlberg will do a sterling job

elmsallrover

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« Reply #67 on January 15, 2022, 12:32:43 pm by elmsallrover »
Probably have to play on international weekends now

DonnyOsmond

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« Reply #68 on January 15, 2022, 12:41:44 pm by DonnyOsmond »
Gillingham are just above us in the league table AGENT Dahlberg will do a sterling job

Tbf they've gone from the best keeper in the league to an alright League One keeper, so they might actually dip now.

Branton Red

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« Reply #69 on January 15, 2022, 02:56:03 pm by Branton Red »
Can't believe what I'm reading on here. Have you been watching the same games I have this season?!

Jones is vastly superior to Dahlberg.

Dahlberg must have averaged a goal causing clanger at a rate of 1 every 2 games. Jones is much more safe and assured.

Yes Dahlberg has excellent reflexes and pulled off the odd great save but Jones is streets ahead in terms of his all round game.

sedwardsdrfc

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« Reply #70 on January 15, 2022, 03:10:48 pm by sedwardsdrfc »
Must say I agree Jones is better. Even if Dahlberg is better 80% of the time the other 20% is just howlers which cost points.

Our start to the season really wasn’t helped by him throwing the ball in the net a few times. Really set the tone for the season

Lincoln Rover

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Re: Dahlberg
« Reply #71 on January 15, 2022, 04:00:48 pm by Lincoln Rover »
Jones for me. Dahlberg always feigns an injury when a goal is conceded. Neither have been on top form, however I’d pick LJ.

ColinDouglasHandshake

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Re: Dahlberg
« Reply #72 on January 15, 2022, 10:15:00 pm by ColinDouglasHandshake »
Dahlberg let in 3 against Burton today.

sedwardsdrfc

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« Reply #73 on January 15, 2022, 10:20:51 pm by sedwardsdrfc »
Just seen them on highlights and it seems like he got caught under the ball for a few. Not missing much. Never should be be having any loan player for a position unless they are way better than we can get as our own player. Sam Johnstone and Dieng fit that bill the goalies the last few seasons haven't been that much better so it's just a waste of a loan   

aidanstu

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« Reply #74 on January 15, 2022, 11:07:50 pm by aidanstu »
We're talking like it matters whose in net right now! Might as well have me in there.

Let Jones stake his place for been number 1 next season he's not that far away really and he'll get plenty of practise with us till end of season. Next season i'd like us to have a experienced number 2 keeper to push Jones the whole loan keepers a no from me

If we can’t get a decent, experienced permanent keeper in we should use the loan market for a keeper both this season and next.

We have had some great keepers here on loan, including as recently as the past couple of years; goalkeeping is a specialist position. We need a decent keeper.

sedwardsdrfc

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« Reply #75 on January 15, 2022, 11:24:17 pm by sedwardsdrfc »
We're talking like it matters whose in net right now! Might as well have me in there.

Let Jones stake his place for been number 1 next season he's not that far away really and he'll get plenty of practise with us till end of season. Next season i'd like us to have a experienced number 2 keeper to push Jones the whole loan keepers a no from me

If we can’t get a decent, experienced permanent keeper in we should use the loan market for a keeper both this season and next.

We have had some great keepers here on loan, including as recently as the past couple of years; goalkeeping is a specialist position. We need a decent keeper.

Agree if they are a step up in quality than we could ever afford to own then like in any other position i'd take any loan player like that. Problem for me comes when they are just bog standard for our level why do we loan players like that. I'd rather have someone who wants a future at DRFC

Last season and this we've got no better than L1/2 standard loan keepers. We should sign player like that and not rely on them coming on loan.

 

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