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Thread: Will Vaulks

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    Will Vaulks

    Linked with move to Sunderland. Be good for the boy. Hasn't flitted in here. Yet another Warnock failure.

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    Re: Will Vaulks

    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy corbyn View Post
    Linked with move to Sunderland. Be good for the boy. Hasn't flitted in here. Yet another Warnock failure.
    Agree.

    His time here has been unproductive. Thank you Warnock.

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    Re: Will Vaulks

    Similar to that Emyr huws was it that went to Ipswich after us.

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    Re: Will Vaulks

    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy corbyn View Post
    Linked with move to Sunderland. Be good for the boy. Hasn't flitted in here. Yet another Warnock failure.
    He has disappointed so far.

    Iíd prefer to see him go out on loan as I havenít seen enough of him yet (but what I have, hasnít been great) and there might be a decent player in there. 🤷*♂️

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    Re: Will Vaulks

    If Vaulks leaves, even if it's just on loan, we'll need to get a replacement in. We can't play the rest of the season with only 3 midfielders in the squad.

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    Re: Will Vaulks

    Another one Id be delighted to see the back of. Only 17 or 18 more to go!

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    Re: Will Vaulks

    Quote Originally Posted by Dorcus View Post
    Another one Id be delighted to see the back of. Only 17 or 18 more to go!
    This.

    Start from scratch.

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    Re: Will Vaulks

    Just hasnt happened for him here. Thought he was harshly treated by Warnock but Harris doesnt seem to rate him either.

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    Re: Will Vaulks

    His signing is yet another Warnock mistake. He is 26, he has experience of over 200 games of football behind him so I doubt if there is better to come. Get rid and upgrade. Should we be confident that the transfer committee can do that ? Not really but at least Warnock and the Chief Scout have gone.

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    Re: Will Vaulks

    Sorry it should be obvious that this kid is not good enough for Cardiff City. Lightweight and ineffective. Well never make it here. Move on.

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    Re: Will Vaulks

    Does any other industry have such a large proportion of very expensive failures and which are a significant drain on finances?

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    Re: Will Vaulks

    Quote Originally Posted by Bald Barry Bastad View Post
    Sorry it should be obvious that this kid is not good enough for Cardiff City. Lightweight and ineffective. Well never make it here. Move on.
    Are you one of those people that say "Can I get a..." in a coffee shop?

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    Re: Will Vaulks

    it's always a shame when players don't make a success of their time. We'll be light in the midfield if he goes though.

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    Re: Will Vaulks

    Unless we have a replacement then there is no doubt in my mind we should keep hold of him.

    Okay he may not have set the world alight since we brought him in but it isn't that simple, particularly as we are in transition.

    We aren't blessed with a squad of decent midfielders and an injury will see us having to play people out of position.

    He was a Welsh international before coming here so he must have something.

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    And people reckon his replacement would be any better?

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    What's the point? We all know the replacement will be worse

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    I have some sympathy for him as he probably hasn't had a fair run to show his worth but I get the impression he thinks he should be first choice which I don't think will ever be the case. I read an interview with him online where he was moaning about game time and his main gripe was that he would be top of the running charts in training regularly.... sign up for a running club then. We need a bit of quality in midfield not just headless chickens.
    Last edited by PhyllisStant; 20-01-20 at 12:57. Reason: typo

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    Re: Will Vaulks

    Can we release Isaac Vassell? Is that an option?

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    Re: Will Vaulks

    Quote Originally Posted by Der Kaiser View Post
    Can we release Isaac Vassell? Is that an option?
    Heís been injured all his career, who in their right mind would sign him, oh hang on, we did

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    Re: Will Vaulks

    Quote Originally Posted by Dorcus View Post
    Another one Id be delighted to see the back of. Only 17 or 18 more to go!
    Hasnít been given a chance.

    Says a lot when our most attacking central mid is beibg shifted

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    Re: Will Vaulks

    Here's a novel thought, we could give one of Sam Bowen, Keenan Patten and Harry Pinchard, who were all good in a successful Welsh Under 19s in November a squad place - there's also Aaron Bolger and one or two others I can think of who could come into the squad, especially if the season fizzles out in the same way as 14/15 did.

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    Re: Will Vaulks

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Corleone View Post
    He’s been injured all his career, who in their right mind would sign him, oh hang on, we did
    It's not unreasonable to say at this point there's a serious amount of people supporting this club who could manage ins and outs better than those who are in charge have done.

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    Re: Will Vaulks

    Quote Originally Posted by City123 View Post
    What's the point? We all know the replacement will be worse
    I think weíd be hard pressed to find worse than Vaulks. Bacuna and Pack arenít up to much and Vaulks doesnít even get a sniff. When he does play the game completely passes him bht and heís technically poor. Another Warnock masterstroke. If we can sell him, then we should. Heís probably better than heís shown here so itís in everyoneís interests that we part ways

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    Re: Will Vaulks

    Quote Originally Posted by Der Kaiser View Post
    It's not unreasonable to say at this point there's a serious amount of people supporting this club who could manage ins and outs better than those who are in charge have done.
    Anyone with a passing interest in Championship football could have done a better job than the last 18 months

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    Re: Will Vaulks

    Quote Originally Posted by the other bob wilson View Post
    Here's a novel thought, we could give one of Sam Bowen, Keenan Patten and Harry Pinchard, who were all good in a successful Welsh Under 19s in November a squad place - there's also Aaron Bolger and one or two others I can think of who could come into the squad, especially if the season fizzles out in the same way as 14/15 did.
    Are any of them even remotely ready to play Championship football?

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    Re: Will Vaulks

    Quote Originally Posted by LeningradCowboy View Post
    Are any of them even remotely ready to play Championship football?
    Probably not if Coxe is the most promising.

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    Re: Will Vaulks

    Quote Originally Posted by LeningradCowboy View Post
    Are any of them even remotely ready to play Championship football?
    Looking at our midfield at times this season, I've thought they were crying out for someone who could do the same sort of job that Bowen did for the under 18s, Patten and Pinchard are good all rounders who can play in a variety of positions and when I saw Bolger (who seems to have been injured for much of this season) playing back in August and September I thought he was someone who could play for the first team by the end of the season.

    My point is more that at other clubs facing the likelihood of a few weeks at the end of the season with nothing to play for, I feel the conversation about who could replace a player about to be sold would include the question "do we have any youngsters coming through who could come in?" - the likelihood is that we could find out without important league points being lost come April and May and I'm sure there would be some blooding of youngsters at most other clubs under the same circumstances.

    Unless you're talking about a Ramsey, there has to be a gamble involved when giving a youngster a debut, but we often did it two or three times a season until the thinking that our young player of the year has to about twenty five took a hold - it doesn't help either to have fans writing Cameron Coxe off completely after two appearances.

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    Re: Will Vaulks

    Quote Originally Posted by J R Hartley View Post
    Just hasnt happened for him here. Thought he was harshly treated by Warnock but Harris doesnt seem to rate him either.
    Yeah, that is a worry.

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    Re: Will Vaulks

    The problem is some already have it in for Harris. AAMB has a lot of posters against him. Would he survive a run of defeats giving youth a go and trying to play a more passing game. Hes in a difficult position.

    Talking of Ramsey even he was underused by Dave Jones. Should have been a regular but was comfined to bit part player.

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    Re: Will Vaulks

    Quote Originally Posted by the other bob wilson View Post
    Here's a novel thought, we could give one of Sam Bowen, Keenan Patten and Harry Pinchard, who were all good in a successful Welsh Under 19s in November a squad place - there's also Aaron Bolger and one or two others I can think of who could come into the squad, especially if the season fizzles out in the same way as 14/15 did.
    sounds good to me

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