Scots-born Chris Doig reinforces York City’s central-defensive core

NEW centre-back Chris Doig’s experience will improve York City’s squad between now and the end of the season, according to manager Gary Mills.

Free agent Doig, 30, is due to finalise his move to Bootham Crescent today after leaving League Two Aldershot, where he was playing on a month-to-month basis.

He will contest a defensive place with Chris Smith, Daniel Parslow, David McGurk and Jamal Fyfield and Mills believes his knowledge of the game could prove invaluable.

The 6ft 2in Scotsman spent eight years with Nottingham Forest after leaving Queen of the South.

He made his professional debut in this country, aged 17, in the Premier League at Old Trafford during a 3-0 defeat against Manchester United.

Former England internationals Steve Stone and Dave Beasant were among his team-mates that day and Doig become a regular in the Championship for Forest, where he played 93 games, scoring one goal.

The Dumfries-born defender, above, who was capped 13 times by his country at under-21 level, left the City Ground in 2005 for Northampton, where he was made the Cobblers’ club captain.

More recently, he has plied his trade in Indonesia and Australia, where he shared a dressing room with ex-City striker Daniel McBreen at Central Coast Mariners.

But he returned to England last summer, spending pre-season with Wycombe Wanderers before joining Aldershot, where the Hampshire club did not concede a goal during his one-and-a-half games on the pitch either side of New Year’s Day.

Having left Aldershot, Doig’s former club Northampton were interested in securing his services again but Mills moved swiftly to recruit a player he had targeted earlier this season.

The City boss said: “He’s an experienced, left-sided centre-half who’s a good organiser. He’s a good player who was available and I tried to get him a couple of months ago before he went to Aldershot so, when the opportunity came to bring him in again, I jumped in.

“He was on trial with Northampton this week but I made him an offer and he’s decided to come. I’ve known about him for a long time as he was at Forest for a lot of years and he’s another good signing.

“I believe I’ve made three good signings in Chris, Ben Swallow and Erik Tonne and they have to prove that now.”

Mills also pointed out that Andre Boucaud’s £25,000 move to Luton, which represented a £5,000 profit on the fee the Minstermen paid Kettering for the Trinidad & Tobago international, enabled him to make this week’s triple transfer swoop and might yet result in another addition.

He said: “The decision to sell Andre has enabled me to make these three signings and there might be another one to come. I was willing to let him go to Fleetwood and, when Luton showed an interest, I thought it was the right thing to do to sell him and I have to do what I feel is right for this football club.”

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12:34pm Thu 2 Feb 12

SamYCFC says...

Hallelujah a new centre back.

Bye bye parslow. thanks for everything. Your defencive calamities will not be missed.
Hallelujah a new centre back. Bye bye parslow. thanks for everything. Your defencive calamities will not be missed. SamYCFC
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12:45pm Thu 2 Feb 12

walwynwasgod says...

Sam

Do you mean the same Parslow who was Player of the Year ? Get a grip, the guy always gives 100%. Individual errors have cost us this year, and a lot of the errors have come from the right back position. This is no dig at anyone who has played in that position this season, as our full backs have been a feature of our attacking play. Now get behind the team, we're all in it together.
Sam Do you mean the same Parslow who was Player of the Year ? Get a grip, the guy always gives 100%. Individual errors have cost us this year, and a lot of the errors have come from the right back position. This is no dig at anyone who has played in that position this season, as our full backs have been a feature of our attacking play. Now get behind the team, we're all in it together. walwynwasgod
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12:53pm Thu 2 Feb 12

YorkCityLuke says...

Parslow has consistently been one of our most dependable players for the last few seasons. You, Sam, are either a Luton fan or have brain damage.
Parslow has consistently been one of our most dependable players for the last few seasons. You, Sam, are either a Luton fan or have brain damage. YorkCityLuke
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12:58pm Thu 2 Feb 12

YorkCityLuke says...

... by which I mean he is stupid - no offense intended to anyone with actual brain damage.
... by which I mean he is stupid - no offense intended to anyone with actual brain damage. YorkCityLuke
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1:16pm Thu 2 Feb 12

KAT1965 says...

That's a great statistic - "didn't concede a goal in the one and a half games he played" for Aldershot!!!!
That's a great statistic - "didn't concede a goal in the one and a half games he played" for Aldershot!!!! KAT1965
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1:28pm Thu 2 Feb 12

Fergie says...

Our best centre half without question is Mcgurk and alongside Doig should make us much more solid. Parslow has been a loyal servant to york city but if we have any aspirations of getting out of this league then it must improve at the back. Like the fact hes 6ft 2 aswell as we have been weak on corners too. Feeling very optimistic for the rest of the season now.
Our best centre half without question is Mcgurk and alongside Doig should make us much more solid. Parslow has been a loyal servant to york city but if we have any aspirations of getting out of this league then it must improve at the back. Like the fact hes 6ft 2 aswell as we have been weak on corners too. Feeling very optimistic for the rest of the season now. Fergie
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2:37pm Thu 2 Feb 12

tips says...

Everything is now in place to have a real go now to get promotion and as a bonus win the Trophy.
It's used all the time but it really is one game at a time but I believe we have a squad able to achieve our aims.
Let us as supporters give the players every encouragement and get behind them 100%
Come on City !!!!
Everything is now in place to have a real go now to get promotion and as a bonus win the Trophy. It's used all the time but it really is one game at a time but I believe we have a squad able to achieve our aims. Let us as supporters give the players every encouragement and get behind them 100% Come on City !!!! tips
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3:25pm Thu 2 Feb 12

redwhiteblue says...

Danny Parslow has been very professional in his approach and attitude over the last four seasons. His performances have been outstanding in many games, but individuals only remember the few mistakes - the outstanding performances well out number the odd mistake - do these individuals know of central defenders that don't make mistakes - especially at our level - even Man U, Chelsea and Man City defenders make very costly mistakes and each of them are paid more a month than our 'annual playing budget'.
I am a Danny supported - remember how he paid out of position at right back - he was just pleased to be playing - not once have you heard him complain. I think he's a perfect professional an asset to the club.
Danny Parslow has been very professional in his approach and attitude over the last four seasons. His performances have been outstanding in many games, but individuals only remember the few mistakes - the outstanding performances well out number the odd mistake - do these individuals know of central defenders that don't make mistakes - especially at our level - even Man U, Chelsea and Man City defenders make very costly mistakes and each of them are paid more a month than our 'annual playing budget'. I am a Danny supported - remember how he paid out of position at right back - he was just pleased to be playing - not once have you heard him complain. I think he's a perfect professional an asset to the club. redwhiteblue
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3:27pm Thu 2 Feb 12

OLD - HEAD says...

Welcome to Chris Doig, but I would prefer to see him play before writing off the players that have got us where we are today. If Doig turns out to be worth his place in the starting eleven, then it will be the Managers decision who he replaces. But it is obvious that Parlow, Smith, McGurk, Fyefield and Doig can not all line up together.
Welcome to Chris Doig, but I would prefer to see him play before writing off the players that have got us where we are today. If Doig turns out to be worth his place in the starting eleven, then it will be the Managers decision who he replaces. But it is obvious that Parlow, Smith, McGurk, Fyefield and Doig can not all line up together. OLD - HEAD
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3:39pm Thu 2 Feb 12

yorkiemike says...

It`s wrong to knock Parslow, the guy has played out of position,sat on the bench but never moaned.That`s what I call club loyalty.He gives 100% every time he plays and has proved a good player in front of the back four from time to time.
Sure he`s made mistakes but what player in the team hasn`t?In my book you can`t put a price on loyalty like he`s shown.In this day and age with players having Agents they up sticks and go if they throw the dummy out of the pram!
Well done DP keep fighting for your place.
It`s wrong to knock Parslow, the guy has played out of position,sat on the bench but never moaned.That`s what I call club loyalty.He gives 100% every time he plays and has proved a good player in front of the back four from time to time. Sure he`s made mistakes but what player in the team hasn`t?In my book you can`t put a price on loyalty like he`s shown.In this day and age with players having Agents they up sticks and go if they throw the dummy out of the pram! Well done DP keep fighting for your place. yorkiemike
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3:51pm Thu 2 Feb 12

giggs08 says...

I agree with sam with regards parslow,error prone and long ball merchant.I also think letting boucs go is a big mistake,the football we played the first few months of the season was outstanding and boucs and walker were the key men in that,and why have we got another 2 wingers in? Chambers and Blair are both good players and although pilkington does'nt have the pace and skill of these 2 he's a decent player who delivers a good ball. As regards Brown as a replacement for boucs all he's shown so far is that he's fat and gets sent off
I agree with sam with regards parslow,error prone and long ball merchant.I also think letting boucs go is a big mistake,the football we played the first few months of the season was outstanding and boucs and walker were the key men in that,and why have we got another 2 wingers in? Chambers and Blair are both good players and although pilkington does'nt have the pace and skill of these 2 he's a decent player who delivers a good ball. As regards Brown as a replacement for boucs all he's shown so far is that he's fat and gets sent off giggs08
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3:53pm Thu 2 Feb 12

duffy says...

Fergie wrote:
Our best centre half without question is Mcgurk and alongside Doig should make us much more solid. Parslow has been a loyal servant to york city but if we have any aspirations of getting out of this league then it must improve at the back. Like the fact hes 6ft 2 aswell as we have been weak on corners too. Feeling very optimistic for the rest of the season now.
Agreed.
[quote][p][bold]Fergie[/bold] wrote: Our best centre half without question is Mcgurk and alongside Doig should make us much more solid. Parslow has been a loyal servant to york city but if we have any aspirations of getting out of this league then it must improve at the back. Like the fact hes 6ft 2 aswell as we have been weak on corners too. Feeling very optimistic for the rest of the season now.[/p][/quote]Agreed. duffy
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4:07pm Thu 2 Feb 12

YorkCity4Life says...

I personally would like to see McLaughlin pushed into Boucauds more attacking role and bring in Potts to cover alongside Kerr. Maybe give Moke more game time now?
IMO strongest team would be..
Ingham
Oyebanjo McGurk Smith Meredith
Blair Kerr McLaughlin Chambers
Reed Walker

Bench:Moke, Doig, Pilkington, Blinkhorn and Tonne.
I personally would like to see McLaughlin pushed into Boucauds more attacking role and bring in Potts to cover alongside Kerr. Maybe give Moke more game time now? IMO strongest team would be.. Ingham Oyebanjo McGurk Smith Meredith Blair Kerr McLaughlin Chambers Reed Walker Bench:Moke, Doig, Pilkington, Blinkhorn and Tonne. YorkCity4Life
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4:34pm Thu 2 Feb 12

TheonlywayisCity says...

Well if we ditch Parslow surely we have to show McGurk the door too since he was at fault in Mansfield?! No, numpty!
Well if we ditch Parslow surely we have to show McGurk the door too since he was at fault in Mansfield?! No, numpty! TheonlywayisCity
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6:53pm Thu 2 Feb 12

PDH says...

What a lot of expert opinions we have on here.
As has been stated the very top players on top money make mistakes.
Imagine then how much a player would be worth and how much he would earning if he never made a mistake? Probably even more than city could afford to pay?? And I mean Manchester.
Obviously though some of us NEVER make a mistake and are perfect.
What a lot of expert opinions we have on here. As has been stated the very top players on top money make mistakes. Imagine then how much a player would be worth and how much he would earning if he never made a mistake? Probably even more than city could afford to pay?? And I mean Manchester. Obviously though some of us NEVER make a mistake and are perfect. PDH
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6:59pm Thu 2 Feb 12

selbyred says...

Unforunately it's the same every season with some 'supporters' they like to have a couple of players to treat as their whipping boys,someone they can put the blame on anytime we don't win regardless if they're at fault or not,last season it was Parslow and Rankine,this season it's Parslow and Smith.
Unforunately it's the same every season with some 'supporters' they like to have a couple of players to treat as their whipping boys,someone they can put the blame on anytime we don't win regardless if they're at fault or not,last season it was Parslow and Rankine,this season it's Parslow and Smith. selbyred
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7:57pm Thu 2 Feb 12

paddymacwakey says...

we had a strong squad before these 3 latest additions.a lot of supporters of clubs in the blue square premier would be glad to have a set of players we have.the only problem mills has,is picking the right team,and the right formula.as i have said on here before,on our day,i fear nobody in this league.
we had a strong squad before these 3 latest additions.a lot of supporters of clubs in the blue square premier would be glad to have a set of players we have.the only problem mills has,is picking the right team,and the right formula.as i have said on here before,on our day,i fear nobody in this league. paddymacwakey
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8:16pm Thu 2 Feb 12

duffy says...

redwhiteblue wrote:
Danny Parslow has been very professional in his approach and attitude over the last four seasons. His performances have been outstanding in many games, but individuals only remember the few mistakes - the outstanding performances well out number the odd mistake - do these individuals know of central defenders that don't make mistakes - especially at our level - even Man U, Chelsea and Man City defenders make very costly mistakes and each of them are paid more a month than our 'annual playing budget'.
I am a Danny supported - remember how he paid out of position at right back - he was just pleased to be playing - not once have you heard him complain. I think he's a perfect professional an asset to the club.
To be fair although I actually don't think he is that good a centre half given his hight you can't argue that he has been a model professional both on and off the field for city and he deserves praise for that. He would actually do well to leave us and nail down a place for another conference team. Don't think he is ever going to do that with us now.
[quote][p][bold]redwhiteblue[/bold] wrote: Danny Parslow has been very professional in his approach and attitude over the last four seasons. His performances have been outstanding in many games, but individuals only remember the few mistakes - the outstanding performances well out number the odd mistake - do these individuals know of central defenders that don't make mistakes - especially at our level - even Man U, Chelsea and Man City defenders make very costly mistakes and each of them are paid more a month than our 'annual playing budget'. I am a Danny supported - remember how he paid out of position at right back - he was just pleased to be playing - not once have you heard him complain. I think he's a perfect professional an asset to the club.[/p][/quote]To be fair although I actually don't think he is that good a centre half given his hight you can't argue that he has been a model professional both on and off the field for city and he deserves praise for that. He would actually do well to leave us and nail down a place for another conference team. Don't think he is ever going to do that with us now. duffy
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9:24pm Thu 2 Feb 12

joejamestom says...

I can see the arguments in the last few articles played back and forth but comments that Brown is fat and gets sent off do not a good argument make.
My hope is that the additions will give us a bit more strength in depth & trend the abilities of the team to GMs way of thinking & playing, good ball players but with a bit more ability to capitalise on all those wasted set pieces I hope.
Even Smith who I have thought to be the weakest skilled footballer has finally got it & played a more passing game & got a couple from set pieces.
More competition should stop some of the inconsistent performances as I believe we now have nearly complete cover across the team.
Danny P may not be many peoples first choice at CB but he plays the ball & can move into space to draw in opposing players to help create a bit of space Fyfield also can perform in this way & tends to go further mind you a winger he isn't & no full back though Banjo has not so far lived up to his billing as Challinor seems to offer more.
Should be a good competitive game on sat but I feel Ebbsfleet will do their usual long ball to Willock so TY in for me as Matt of Kiddy didn't turn him he won his individual battle.
Interesting times to be a City Fan!
Better start than at Darlo please!
I can see the arguments in the last few articles played back and forth but comments that Brown is fat and gets sent off do not a good argument make. My hope is that the additions will give us a bit more strength in depth & trend the abilities of the team to GMs way of thinking & playing, good ball players but with a bit more ability to capitalise on all those wasted set pieces I hope. Even Smith who I have thought to be the weakest skilled footballer has finally got it & played a more passing game & got a couple from set pieces. More competition should stop some of the inconsistent performances as I believe we now have nearly complete cover across the team. Danny P may not be many peoples first choice at CB but he plays the ball & can move into space to draw in opposing players to help create a bit of space Fyfield also can perform in this way & tends to go further mind you a winger he isn't & no full back though Banjo has not so far lived up to his billing as Challinor seems to offer more. Should be a good competitive game on sat but I feel Ebbsfleet will do their usual long ball to Willock so TY in for me as Matt of Kiddy didn't turn him he won his individual battle. Interesting times to be a City Fan! Better start than at Darlo please! joejamestom
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10:19pm Thu 2 Feb 12

YCFC115 says...

duffy wrote:
redwhiteblue wrote:
Danny Parslow has been very professional in his approach and attitude over the last four seasons. His performances have been outstanding in many games, but individuals only remember the few mistakes - the outstanding performances well out number the odd mistake - do these individuals know of central defenders that don't make mistakes - especially at our level - even Man U, Chelsea and Man City defenders make very costly mistakes and each of them are paid more a month than our 'annual playing budget'.
I am a Danny supported - remember how he paid out of position at right back - he was just pleased to be playing - not once have you heard him complain. I think he's a perfect professional an asset to the club.
To be fair although I actually don't think he is that good a centre half given his hight you can't argue that he has been a model professional both on and off the field for city and he deserves praise for that. He would actually do well to leave us and nail down a place for another conference team. Don't think he is ever going to do that with us now.
I agree with Duffy, there is no room for sentiments in football and being professional doesn't make you a decent footballer. Unfortunately Parslow wouldn't get on my bench. TY for me and until I see Doig that would be Fyfield.

IMO Challinor has been a revelation this season and far better than a overrated Banjo.

Its going to be an interesting run in with some in form teams looking for a play off place. Lets hope City is one of them.
[quote][p][bold]duffy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redwhiteblue[/bold] wrote: Danny Parslow has been very professional in his approach and attitude over the last four seasons. His performances have been outstanding in many games, but individuals only remember the few mistakes - the outstanding performances well out number the odd mistake - do these individuals know of central defenders that don't make mistakes - especially at our level - even Man U, Chelsea and Man City defenders make very costly mistakes and each of them are paid more a month than our 'annual playing budget'. I am a Danny supported - remember how he paid out of position at right back - he was just pleased to be playing - not once have you heard him complain. I think he's a perfect professional an asset to the club.[/p][/quote]To be fair although I actually don't think he is that good a centre half given his hight you can't argue that he has been a model professional both on and off the field for city and he deserves praise for that. He would actually do well to leave us and nail down a place for another conference team. Don't think he is ever going to do that with us now.[/p][/quote]I agree with Duffy, there is no room for sentiments in football and being professional doesn't make you a decent footballer. Unfortunately Parslow wouldn't get on my bench. TY for me and until I see Doig that would be Fyfield. IMO Challinor has been a revelation this season and far better than a overrated Banjo. Its going to be an interesting run in with some in form teams looking for a play off place. Lets hope City is one of them. YCFC115
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11:11pm Thu 2 Feb 12

ex1Yorks says...

We will not get out of this division with the likes of Parslow playing at CB. Him and Smith constantly just hoof the ball up field and that even happens when they both have time and space on the ball. They don't suit our style of play.
We will not get out of this division with the likes of Parslow playing at CB. Him and Smith constantly just hoof the ball up field and that even happens when they both have time and space on the ball. They don't suit our style of play. ex1Yorks
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11:42pm Thu 2 Feb 12

eldewsio says...

giggs08 wrote:
I agree with sam with regards parslow,error prone and long ball merchant.I also think letting boucs go is a big mistake,the football we played the first few months of the season was outstanding and boucs and walker were the key men in that,and why have we got another 2 wingers in? Chambers and Blair are both good players and although pilkington does'nt have the pace and skill of these 2 he's a decent player who delivers a good ball. As regards Brown as a replacement for boucs all he's shown so far is that he's fat and gets sent off
Beaten at home by Alfreton and Telford 1.0 against Bath City, outstanding.
Boucs 3 good games, many average and a lot totally insignificant.
Blair yes at long last, Chambers the jury is still out i believe.
Then your comments on Brown He's fat and gets sent off. Quality mate.
Have you actually watched a game at BC or as your ID suggests do you read reports in the papers on your way home from Old Trafford
[quote][p][bold]giggs08[/bold] wrote: I agree with sam with regards parslow,error prone and long ball merchant.I also think letting boucs go is a big mistake,the football we played the first few months of the season was outstanding and boucs and walker were the key men in that,and why have we got another 2 wingers in? Chambers and Blair are both good players and although pilkington does'nt have the pace and skill of these 2 he's a decent player who delivers a good ball. As regards Brown as a replacement for boucs all he's shown so far is that he's fat and gets sent off[/p][/quote]Beaten at home by Alfreton and Telford 1.0 against Bath City, outstanding. Boucs 3 good games, many average and a lot totally insignificant. Blair yes at long last, Chambers the jury is still out i believe. Then your comments on Brown He's fat and gets sent off. Quality mate. Have you actually watched a game at BC or as your ID suggests do you read reports in the papers on your way home from Old Trafford eldewsio
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5:14am Fri 3 Feb 12

kirbylad says...

At last gary mills has got a tough no nonsense centre back chis doig now hopefully we will stop giving soft goals away and turn draws in to wins cement a playoff place and promotion.
At last gary mills has got a tough no nonsense centre back chis doig now hopefully we will stop giving soft goals away and turn draws in to wins cement a playoff place and promotion. kirbylad
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7:41am Fri 3 Feb 12

it must be Gary Ford says...

Its Groundhog Day and we seem to be going over the same old themes and topics on this thread!! As another poster noted lets rejoice that we are not in Darlo's shoes!! IMO Brown will look to shore up the midfield and the return of Walker will mean that we defend from the front and therefore more as a team whoever plays at the back. The introduction of Doig can only be a bonus to the squad and if we can maintain the team ethos with our new faces we have the talent to be certainties for the play-offs with Luton and Wrexham.... now lets get behind the lads and hope that we progress in the cup, turn Grimsby over and really consolidate our position in the play-offs!! C'mon City!!!
Its Groundhog Day and we seem to be going over the same old themes and topics on this thread!! As another poster noted lets rejoice that we are not in Darlo's shoes!! IMO Brown will look to shore up the midfield and the return of Walker will mean that we defend from the front and therefore more as a team whoever plays at the back. The introduction of Doig can only be a bonus to the squad and if we can maintain the team ethos with our new faces we have the talent to be certainties for the play-offs with Luton and Wrexham.... now lets get behind the lads and hope that we progress in the cup, turn Grimsby over and really consolidate our position in the play-offs!! C'mon City!!! it must be Gary Ford
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9:26am Fri 3 Feb 12

uhtred says...

matty blair england c squad for game against italy 28/2
matty blair england c squad for game against italy 28/2 uhtred
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10:20am Fri 3 Feb 12

Svennis says...

I hope Mr Mills sees fit to make the new centreback vice captain - just so we can call him Deputy Doig.
I hope Mr Mills sees fit to make the new centreback vice captain - just so we can call him Deputy Doig. Svennis
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10:23am Fri 3 Feb 12

The Legend Of Keith says...

Doig will add competition to the back line and hopefully encourage the others to up their game. All of our centre backs are rated but they have been complacent of late rather than lacking in ability.

Boucs is a very good player when the weather is warm and the pitches are nice. Over the cold winter months, on a pitch that is cut up and bogged down he cannot influence the game and becomes ineffective. Luton will have a good player in Boucs for the end of season run in assuming the braindead zombies (unkind to zombies perhaps?) at Kennelworth Road haven't turned on him by then.
Doig will add competition to the back line and hopefully encourage the others to up their game. All of our centre backs are rated but they have been complacent of late rather than lacking in ability. Boucs is a very good player when the weather is warm and the pitches are nice. Over the cold winter months, on a pitch that is cut up and bogged down he cannot influence the game and becomes ineffective. Luton will have a good player in Boucs for the end of season run in assuming the braindead zombies (unkind to zombies perhaps?) at Kennelworth Road haven't turned on him by then. The Legend Of Keith
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11:08am Fri 3 Feb 12

tips says...

Nice one Svennis......
Nice one Svennis...... tips
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4:32pm Fri 3 Feb 12

giggs08 says...

With regards to eldewsio, iv'e been to old trafford once mate and that was to see city beat them 3-0,and have been going to BC for the last 25years mate.As regards Brown,watched him against ebbsfleet he looked overweight and got sent off after 15min,hence my comment.You are obviously a long ball man who likes his players to hoof it and hope for the best,bet Setori was one of your favourites
With regards to eldewsio, iv'e been to old trafford once mate and that was to see city beat them 3-0,and have been going to BC for the last 25years mate.As regards Brown,watched him against ebbsfleet he looked overweight and got sent off after 15min,hence my comment.You are obviously a long ball man who likes his players to hoof it and hope for the best,bet Setori was one of your favourites giggs08
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