Lee Angol loan?

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Re: Lee Angol loan?

Post by Chompy » 08 Mar 2017, 01:10

Maybe there is something deeply wrong behind the scenes at our place?

Can only be a confidence thing can't it?

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Re: Lee Angol loan?

Post by DaveLister » 08 Mar 2017, 02:24

Good for him, but he showed he can score goals at that level at Boreham Wood. So scoring goals for Lincoln really shouldn't come as a shock.
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Re: Lee Angol loan?

Post by superposh80 » 08 Mar 2017, 05:42

Chompy wrote:Maybe there is something deeply wrong behind the scenes at our place?

Can only be a confidence thing can't it?
There's problems behind the scenes alright....McCann hinted at it after the Bradford game.

Maybe this is more Angol's level though.

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Re: Lee Angol loan?

Post by john316z » 08 Mar 2017, 09:56

bristleposh wrote:
dunc wrote:maybe he is finally getting the type of service he requires?
surely he was getting all the help he needed from the wonderful Marcus
You seem to be enjoying his dip in form! :? But he does seem to be our only creator to our prolific strikers...

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Re: Lee Angol loan?

Post by bristleposh » 08 Mar 2017, 12:30

john316z wrote:
bristleposh wrote:
dunc wrote:maybe he is finally getting the type of service he requires?
surely he was getting all the help he needed from the wonderful Marcus
You seem to be enjoying his dip in form! :? But he does seem to be our only creator to our prolific strikers...
Not at all, I just wish he'd show us the talent he has instead of sulking. How can Oztumer a squirt in comparison score more goals for a lesser side, perhaps we let the wrong people ne leave. Same argument for Santos, Brisley, Burgess leaving before Baldwin, and all the Miriam of underperforming strikers we've had since Washington, who have contributed Jack **i*, despite Nicholls getting into double figures I think calling him the tallest dwarf when compared to all the failures we've had is a fair statement.
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Re: Lee Angol loan?

Post by Ceenitall » 08 Mar 2017, 16:50

Chompy wrote:Maybe there is something deeply wrong behind the scenes at our place?

Can only be a confidence thing can't it?
This.

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Re: Lee Angol loan?

Post by superposh80 » 08 Mar 2017, 18:27

100k loan fee plus wages...

Two good reasons why we've let him go.

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Re: Lee Angol loan?

Post by john316z » 08 Mar 2017, 20:13

bristleposh wrote:
john316z wrote:
bristleposh wrote: How can Oztumer a squirt in comparison score more goals for a lesser side, perhaps we let the wrong people ne leave. Same argument for Santos, Brisley, Burgess leaving before Baldwin, and all the Miriam of underperforming strikers we've had since Washington,
There in lies the problem. Too many players perform better away from posh than here. I'm beginning to think that there's an underlying problem internally that no manager has been able to solve. Answers to that conundrum on a postcard please....

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Re: Lee Angol loan?

Post by Ceenitall » 08 Mar 2017, 20:33

Respect! Respect for the wisdom of the Manager, when did we last have a wise manager? Certainly not the last three!

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Re: Lee Angol loan?

Post by Chompy » 08 Mar 2017, 22:56

The two common denominators seem to be DMac and GM (as either assistant or in charge). DMac has had success in the past. You do the math(s).

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Re: Lee Angol loan?

Post by tonyp » 09 Mar 2017, 11:54

Lee Angol
22 years of age
Playing for a non-league club
Scoring goals
Sounds like the sort of player we would sign.
Somebody should tell DMac.
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Re: Lee Angol loan?

Post by john316z » 09 Mar 2017, 13:38

tonyp wrote:Lee Angol
22 years of age
Playing for a non-league club
Scoring goals
Sounds like the sort of player we would sign.
Somebody should tell DMac.
Good shout. He should be available at the end of the season

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Re: Lee Angol loan?

Post by DoubleRay » 09 Mar 2017, 14:41

All this fuss about Angol scoring a hat trick for a team two leagues below us. And who was it against? Braintree. Yes bloody Braintree. Some little town that makes Whittlesey look like a major city. :wink:

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Re: Lee Angol loan?

Post by Ceenitall » 09 Mar 2017, 18:05

When he comes back to his parent club, and it pains me to say it, he will not be properly managed. Grant was not capable of hanging on to what we had. He relied on all out attack with no potent strikers and team changes that had the fans dizzy.....not the way to manage.

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Re: Lee Angol loan?

Post by HantsPosh » 09 Mar 2017, 21:03

DaveLister wrote:Good for him, but he showed he can score goals at that level at Boreham Wood. So scoring goals for Lincoln really shouldn't come as a shock.
Sorry to be pedantic but Angol played in Conference South for Boreham Wood, the League below. Up until Tuesday night he'd never played at Step 5 before.

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