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 Post subject: Ellis Deeney
PostPosted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 12:32 pm 
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Sounds like we have an offer in for this player, anyone know much about him?

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 Post subject: Re: Ellis Deeney
PostPosted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 12:39 pm 
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Ex Aston Villa, Worcester captain, left footed midfielder, brother of Troy Feeney, highly rated apparently.

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 12:48 pm 
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It's great that we can still attract better than average players, although a worry for me would be yet another midland based player. If he's half as good as Troy Deeney, then we've got a good un.


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http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/sport/football/tamworth-fc-ellis-deeney-exit-14137044


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 Post subject: Re: Ellis Deeney
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Ex Aston Villa, Worcester captain, left footed midfielder, brother of Troy Feeney, highly rated apparently.

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He played well against us in the recent home game.

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Wonder if he's actually signed for us yet, as there is no mention of it on the official website.


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Wonder if he's actually signed for us yet, as there is no mention of it on the official website.

As it's all rumours at the moment.

The new rumour is Brad Gascoigne coming to Darlo after being released by Nuneaton.

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AndyPark wrote:
Darlo_Pete wrote:
Wonder if he's actually signed for us yet, as there is no mention of it on the official website.

As it's all rumours at the moment.

The new rumour is Brad Gascoigne coming to Darlo after being released by Nuneaton.


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 Post subject: Re: Ellis Deeney
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AndyPark wrote:
Darlo_Pete wrote:
Wonder if he's actually signed for us yet, as there is no mention of it on the official website.

As it's all rumours at the moment.

The new rumour is Brad Gascoigne coming to Darlo after being released by Nuneaton.


Was one of TWs Corby Town team.


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Vodka_Vic wrote:
AndyPark wrote:
Darlo_Pete wrote:
Wonder if he's actually signed for us yet, as there is no mention of it on the official website.

As it's all rumours at the moment.

The new rumour is Brad Gascoigne coming to Darlo after being released by Nuneaton.


Was one of TWs Corby Town team.

He’s a centre half looking at his Nuneaton profile


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 Post subject: Re: Ellis Deeney
PostPosted: Mon Jan 15, 2018 10:15 pm 
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If the Gascoigne rumour was to come true, its alarming how much we're relying on only players that have previously played under TW. I know Deeney would be different but it shows how much we need a scout, unless we already have one?


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Darlo_CR wrote:
If the Gascoigne rumour was to come true, its alarming how much we're relying on only players that have previously played under TW. I know Deeney would be different but it shows how much we need a scout, unless we already have one?


Its not alarming. Managers nearly always go after players they know and have managed before. A good example at Darlo was Penney who signed a load of ex Donny players.


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 Post subject: Re: Ellis Deeney
PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 2:20 pm 
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Deeney has just signed for telford


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loan_star wrote:
Darlo_CR wrote:
If the Gascoigne rumour was to come true, its alarming how much we're relying on only players that have previously played under TW. I know Deeney would be different but it shows how much we need a scout, unless we already have one?


Its not alarming. Managers nearly always go after players they know and have managed before. A good example at Darlo was Penney who signed a load of ex Donny players.

The difference being that the likes of Foster et al had been successful at a higher level for Penney.

Wright doesn't have a pool of players who have succeeded for him at a higher level to choose from.

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 Post subject: Re: Ellis Deeney
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Deeney has just signed for telford

Good, wasn't that impressed on the Tamworth highlights, looked fairly lazy to me, bit of a luxury player which we don't need atm.

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Would rather we hit our own patch for talent. Maybe Harry Dunn was the biggest loss when MG left


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Would rather we hit our own patch for talent. Maybe Harry Dunn was the biggest loss when MG left


Absolutely. Heaton has been a revelation and a 'local' lad. Playing in a part-time team at this level means that there are other demands on time and availability to train & even on occasion, play. We also need to give lads in our youth teams the belief that there is a progression path into the first team, perhaps not quite now when we are scrapping in the relegation zone, but certainly in the long-term. Nevertheless, Wheatley, Saunders & Vaulks may be set back in their careers if we push them into the fray too early. Tommy has a helluva job on his hands to get us out of trouble and this will take some clever management. As fans, all we can do is keep the faith and support the lads through this patch.


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The difference being that the likes of Foster et al had been successful at a higher level for Penney.


I was simply illustrating a point that a manager goes for players he knows or have played under him before. Every manager does it.

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Absolutely. Heaton has been a revelation and a 'local' lad.


I wouldn't class Preston as local!


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Yeah Heaton isn't from this area, although I believe his wife or partner got a teaching job over here, so coming to Darlo was a no brainer.


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Yeah Heaton isn't from this area, although I believe his wife or partner got a teaching job over here, so coming to Darlo was a no brainer.

That was Dom Collins

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Heaton I believe is from Lancashire


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