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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy74 View Post
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    It can be all of the above.
    If he isnít going to get a game for hibs,then he needs a move to another club....and there seem to be plenty teams looking to give him a chance. It doesnít make any sense to say otherwise,unless your opinion is he should just give up on the game.


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    The best thing for Shaw would be a loan till the end of the season at either St Johnstone, St Mirren or Hamilton in the Premiership or any of the championship teams looking to get promoted so he can get a run of games together which is highly unlikely he will get with us. After which time we can properly judge if he has it to make the grade at ER.

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    Shaw needs to leave if he wants a decent career in football, the previous 2 managers and the current manager havent gave him a run of games or even a decent amount of game time so he clearly cant be good enough or doing enough in training. We need better than shaw if we want to push on

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    Shaw is nearly 22 and it's nearly a year since his last competitive goal for hibs. Time for him to go.
    The Shaw and Fletcher comparison is a non starter.

    Hope I'm wrong, but I think you are right.

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    Hes only 22, still years left in him, needs a run I think, type of player if we let go will come back to haunt us. Start him more regularly, thereīs a goalscorer there, can we really afford to be letting him go?

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    Craig Whighton would be a better comparison for Oli rather than Fletcher. A player of similar age and goals that they signed and are now trying to empty. For me he's had enough chances to stake a claim. Wish him well but if we need to get rid of players to bring more in then he should be one of them. Seems to be getting more slack because he's come through the system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MWHIBBIES View Post
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    So he replaced MacLaren then? Shaw scored 7 goals last season, Mcnulty got 8. Hardly some MASSIVE upgrade. The new manager and Gray definitely made more impact than switching Shaw for McNulty.
    Difference being of course McNulty was only here for 4 months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimBHibees View Post
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    Difference being of course McNulty was only here for 4 months.
    Only 200 minutes of actual game time more from Shaw though. Very little between them if they both started every week. Shaw also didn't take penalties.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MWHIBBIES View Post
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    Only 200 minutes of actual game time more from Shaw though. Very little between them if they both started every week. Shaw also didn't take penalties.
    Didn't take penalties and also nowhere near the quality of player. McNulty brought us much more than goals in many cases playing up front on his own.

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    Didn't take penalties and also nowhere near the quality of player. McNulty brought us much more than goals in many cases playing up front on his own.
    Exactly, McNulty's all round play, movement, pace and linking up with others was absolutely streets ahead.
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    The bottom line is that Shaw has been around the first team for three seasons. He hasn't convinced three managers that he should be a regular starter. Therefore he's not good enough to be a regular starter. It's not anyone's fault, its just the way it goes.

    Any player who has been around a first team squad and uses the excuse that "I didn't get enough games" is a chancer. For the sake of clarity, I'm not aware of Shaw ever having that type of attitude.

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    Oil Shaw & Steven Fletcher - Craig Leveins a gambling welcher ?

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    Oil Shaw & Steven Fletcher - Craig Leveins a gambling welcher ?
    dirty felcher ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil MaGlass View Post
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    Hes only 22, still years left in him, needs a run I think, type of player if we let go will come back to haunt us. Start him more regularly, thereīs a goalscorer there, can we really afford to be letting him go?
    How many young players that havenít made it have come back to haunt us?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy74 View Post
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    How many young players that havenít made it have come back to haunt us?
    John Robertson?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy74 View Post
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    How many young players that havenít made it have come back to haunt us?

    Paul Hartley is one, although the list is quite short.

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    Quote Originally Posted by my left peg View Post
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    What,you think doidge is better than shaw...fair enough, he did get a big move to Bolton,but from what Iíve seen,he is less than convincing,though Iím always going to be more biased to players coming through the academy.
    Or you think Shaw wasnít hung out to dry by Lennon playing upfront on his own or with a Lewis Allan.
    Or you think that Shaw doesnít need a run of games or a move to another club....canít be all of the above.


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    Doidge was the leagues player of the month recently where as Shaw will struggle to get in any starting 11s in this league imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy74 View Post
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    How many young players that havenít made it have come back to haunt us?
    Very, very few which is why we have a midfield of Allan, Hallberg, Omeonga and Boyle instead of regretting the departures of Danny Handling, Scott Martin, Sam Stanton and Alex Harris.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy74 View Post
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    How many young players that havenít made it have come back to haunt us?
    Stanton nailed on to do it tomorrow.

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    Oli Shaw, Steven Fletcher...

    ... Craig Levein's a filthy lecher

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