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Thread: Lee Tomlin

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    Lee Tomlin


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    Argh Wrexham , the land of fried pies and Wrexham Lager ,should knit in their nicely Lee

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    Quote Originally Posted by life on mars View Post
    Argh Wrexham , the land of fried pies and Wrexham Lager ,should knit in their nicely Lee
    Nice to see the fat comments still flying about on here. I hope you haven't commented on mental health posts in the past, Tomlin has suffered with MH and his weight could be to do with that.

    Grown men on here ain't we.. bit of respect ffs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dembethewarrior View Post
    Nice to see the fat comments still flying about on here. I hope you haven't commented on mental health posts in the past, Tomlin has suffered with MH and his weight could be to do with that.

    Grown men on here ain't we.. bit of respect ffs.
    I don’t think he meant it to be fair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWGL1 View Post
    I don’t think he meant it to be fair.
    Is it funny either way?

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    Good luck to him, he provided us with some rare magical moments which were badly needed during his time here.

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    Provided some moments of class not seen since Whitt’s was in his prime but totally unprofessional and I was arguably his biggest supporter. Played out of his skin to get a new contract then downed tools.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J R Hartley View Post
    Provided some moments of class not seen since Whitt’s was in his prime but totally unprofessional and I was arguably his biggest supporter. Played out of his skin to get a new contract then downed tools.
    He was capable of amazing feats of skill but what a pity his fitness nowhere near matched it. However, if it had he'd probably not have played for Cardiff City.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorcus View Post
    He was capable of amazing feats of skill but what a pity his fitness nowhere near matched it. However, if it had he'd probably not have played for Cardiff City.
    Indeed.

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    Re: Lee Tomlin

    Quote Originally Posted by J R Hartley View Post
    Provided some moments of class not seen since Whitt’s was in his prime but totally unprofessional and I was arguably his biggest supporter. Played out of his skin to get a new contract then downed tools.
    He got injured in the Fulham game , he didn’t down tools.

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    Re: Lee Tomlin

    Quote Originally Posted by J R Hartley View Post
    Provided some moments of class not seen since Whitt’s was in his prime but totally unprofessional and I was arguably his biggest supporter. Played out of his skin to get a new contract then downed tools.
    Yup. Wrexham may get a couple of cameo performances out of him but doubt much more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWGL1 View Post
    He got injured in the Fulham game , he didn’t down tools.
    Mate I was his biggest fan but he downed tools in the end. Not turning up for training.etc.

    He was still here for over a year after he recovered from that injury.

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    Re: Lee Tomlin

    Quote Originally Posted by Dorcus View Post
    He was capable of amazing feats of skill but what a pity his fitness nowhere near matched it. However, if it had he'd probably not have played for Cardiff City.
    Was thinking about Tomlin last night ... how he would have relished playing in a team who were close to his skill / composure level.

    In his #10 role, linking play with the likes of Davies, Doyle, Drameh ... rather than Bacuna, Vaulks etc

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    Re: Lee Tomlin

    Quote Originally Posted by J R Hartley View Post
    Mate I was his biggest fan but he downed tools in the end. Not turning up for training.etc.

    He was still here for over a year after he recovered from that injury.
    An fair enough , I wasn’t sad to see him go and glad the club paid him off. He was an expensive luxury

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forest Green Bluebird View Post
    Was thinking about Tomlin last night ... how he would have relished playing in a team who were close to his skill / composure level.

    In his #10 role, linking play with the likes of Davies, Doyle, Drameh ... rather than Bacuna, Vaulks etc
    Oh yes that would be exciting but only if he was fit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forest Green Bluebird View Post
    Was thinking about Tomlin last night ... how he would have relished playing in a team who were close to his skill / composure level.

    In his #10 role, linking play with the likes of Davies, Doyle, Drameh ... rather than Bacuna, Vaulks etc
    Would have been great.

    I think a big part of what works, for now at least, is having Wintle sit and the energy after Ralls and Doyle ahead of him, I think a no10 gets a cameo in this team just now

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    Re: Lee Tomlin

    Quote Originally Posted by J R Hartley View Post
    Mate I was his biggest fan but he downed tools in the end. Not turning up for training.etc.

    He was still here for over a year after he recovered from that injury.
    Didn't we rush him back for the start of the following season and he got injured again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeningradCowboy View Post
    Didn't we rush him back for the start of the following season and he got injured again?
    Didn't rule himself out of some games due to a cold?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWGL1 View Post
    He got injured in the Fulham game , he didn’t down tools.
    What was the injury that kept him out for so long out of interest?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeningradCowboy View Post
    Didn't we rush him back for the start of the following season and he got injured again?
    Cant remember tbh but let’s be honest, not even Lee Tomlin would admit he was a committed professional. A lot of the niggling injuries and fitness issues could have been avoided if he was more proffesional. His diet was clearly piss poor and not befitting of a professional athlete.

    I loved the guy as a player, he’s one of the reasons I watch football because he can do things with a football mere mortals cannot, but if he’s truly honest with himself he wasn’t fully committed for majority of his time here.

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