Three or Four Departures inevitable

So who is on their way (you can vote 4 times!)

  • Jordan Thorniley

    Votes: 20 11.1%
  • Owen Dale

    Votes: 165 91.7%
  • CJ Hamilton

    Votes: 44 24.4%
  • Jake Beesley

    Votes: 20 11.1%
  • Shayne Lavery

    Votes: 101 56.1%
  • Beryly Lubala

    Votes: 88 48.9%
  • Chris Maxell

    Votes: 19 10.6%
  • Matt Virtue

    Votes: 21 11.7%
  • Rob Apter

    Votes: 35 19.4%
  • Kevin Stewart

    Votes: 34 18.9%
  • Stuart Moore

    Votes: 19 10.6%
  • James Husband

    Votes: 5 2.8%
  • Luke Garbutt

    Votes: 85 47.2%
  • Jerry Yates

    Votes: 2 1.1%
  • Keshi Anderson

    Votes: 21 11.7%

  • Total voters
    180

Woodsie1001

Well-known member
Why?

Personally I don't think Lavery is anywhere near the player he was before his injury.
He struggles to play in a front 3 unless in the middle.
And I think his confidence is shot to shit having not scored in nearly 15 matches.

A move out 'til Jan or the season could do him the world of good 👍🏻
let's face it, he's had too much of a good time over summer.....he's twice the man he was last season
 

Jakeyr

Well-known member
I was speaking to a Northern Ireland supporter at the wknd and he said Lavery has not been the same for the national team since the injury ! I think the guy was spot on as he was very lively and quick pre injury
 

Thatseasider

Well-known member
I’ve said it before but Lavery looks overweight compared to before the Rovers game. Looks a long way off being competitive in this league. He needs to go somewhere for a year and re assess in 12 months.

Dale looks nailed on.

The rest is difficult, half of that list will be out for months with injury which rules them out of a transfer out.

Feasibly, all of the fit players on that list could go out bar Jerry.
 

Lost Seasider

Well-known member
I’ve said it before but Lavery looks overweight compared to before the Rovers game. Looks a long way off being competitive in this league. He needs to go somewhere for a year and re assess in 12 months.

I wonder if this is a sign of a lack of confidence as a result of the injury, he doesn't trust his body, so he's reluctant to put in the work needed to maintain fitness at this level, which means his performances drop, which then damages his confidence further.

I hope for his sake he can turn it around.
 

Thatseasider

Well-known member
I wonder if this is a sign of a lack of confidence as a result of the injury, he doesn't trust his body, so he's reluctant to put in the work needed to maintain fitness at this level, which means his performances drop, which then damages his confidence further.

I hope for his sake he can turn it around.
Possibly. I remember watching an interview with Michael Owen after one of his many injuries who mentioned that he bulked up to try and solve the constant injuries. Wonder if Lavery’s been advised to similar. Or he’s doing it off his own bat.

Not sure but he’s deteriorated at a rate of knots what ever it is.
 

Rotterdam+Sussex_Seasider

Well-known member
I wonder if this is a sign of a lack of confidence as a result of the injury, he doesn't trust his body, so he's reluctant to put in the work needed to maintain fitness at this level, which means his performances drop, which then damages his confidence further.

I hope for his sake he can turn it around.
Total crap. He’s not done enough exercise and is not eating correctly.
I’d expect better of a professional and should be sent out, possibly on loan
 

Dr Hfuhruhurr

Well-known member
I wonder if this is a sign of a lack of confidence as a result of the injury, he doesn't trust his body, so he's reluctant to put in the work needed to maintain fitness at this level, which means his performances drop, which then damages his confidence further.

I hope for his sake he can turn it around.
I wonder if this is a sign he likes pies….
 
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