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    Quote Originally Posted by GoalsMcGinley View Post
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    I agree but Iím only passing on the info I received from someone within the club as to what was happening.


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    Who in the club is passing this on? There was a huge clamour to bring reserve team football back. Iíve seen nothing indicate reserves will be scrapped from next season. Iíd suggest your info is questionable.


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    Maybe Heck will have his own man in charge of the Friendly team next year!!
    No chance of that. Not his decision to make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozyhibby View Post
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    Shaw is doing really well but needs to force his way into the team next season. Has a great goal scoring record at first team level.


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    The problem with Shaw is that he isnít consistent enough at this level compared to someone like a Ryan Porteous who had really stamped his place in the starting XI before his injury.

    Shaw needs to step up and remain consistent to stay there otherwise heíll be moved on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tamig View Post
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    Thatís not how the club is structured though.
    Nor should it be.

    It won't help develop our next generation if a new coach is appointed every time we change manager.
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    The problem with Shaw is that he isnít consistent enough at this level compared to someone like a Ryan Porteous who had really stamped his place in the starting XI before his injury.

    Shaw needs to step up and remain consistent to stay there otherwise heíll be moved on.
    Game time is Shawís biggest problem.

    Hopefully we can keep McNulty, if we donít we will sign someone else. With Kamberi still there, Shaw is still likely to be third choice. At 21, he needs to be playing regular if he wants to progress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eyrie View Post
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    Nor should it be.

    It won't help develop our next generation if a new coach is appointed every time we change manager.
    Absolutely right.

    Eddie May does seem to be a bit of a divisive figure, but his teams perform to a high standard and whilst itís not generating a conveyor belt of talent into the first team, they are a decent team at the level they play at. Getting players into the first team squad is a big achievement and weíve had Shaw, Mackie and Porteous in the first team squad most of the season ( fitness permitting).

    Once players make it the main squad, surely itís up to the coaches there to take the raw materials and mould them into first team regulars?

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    Quote Originally Posted by B.H.F.C View Post
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    Game time is Shawís biggest problem.

    Hopefully we can keep McNulty, if we donít we will sign someone else. With Kamberi still there, Shaw is still likely to be third choice. At 21, he needs to be playing regular if he wants to progress.

    The only way heís going to get game time is playing consistently well when called upon. Weíve seen it in flashes but not enough to make you think heís got a really bright future here and will be on a number of clubsí radar in a couple of years time. Needs to start grabbing games by the scruff of the neck and showing his true potential. Heís very good at youth level but weíve had plenty youngsters like that in the past that were unplayable at youth level but when it came to the first team, they couldnít cut it.

    Yes I agree that at 21 years old he needs to definitely start playing regularly if he wants to progress further.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eyrie View Post
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    Nor should it be.

    It won't help develop our next generation if a new coach is appointed every time we change manager.
    I agree. I was just pointing out we have a structure in place and a new manager/head coach wonít be allowed to wreck that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jones28 View Post
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    That's absolutely ridiculous, in what way will having youngsters playing for nothing do the game in Scotland any good?
    Winning 5/6-0 this season probably doesn't do alot either.

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