Blackburn Rovers blog: Goodwillie must now take his last chance

First published in Football Lancashire Telegraph: Photograph of the Author by , Blackburn Rovers reporter

DAVID Goodwillie has endured a nightmare first 16 months in English football after arriving at Ewood Park for in the region of £2million, plus add-ons, with a big reputation.

The Scottish international impressed at Dundee United and was brought to East Lancashire by Steve Kean as a potential answer to their then fire power problems.

A year and a half on and the 23-year-old striker’s career has almost completely stalled, following just eight starts since his arrival.

Forget Tuesday night’s moment of madness from Goodwillie that cost Rovers so dear when he sent David Lopez tumbling in the penalty area to gift Brighton a draw.

It probably will not help his cause but won’t have any pivotal say in his Rovers future. That is now up to him.

Goodwillie has been haunted by off field instability almost ever since Rovers saw off a host of other clubs for his signature and that can not have helped in him trying to settle in England.

A loan spell at Crystal Palace was curtailed due to the player again being unable to settle, forcing him to spend a couple of months in limbo at Blackburn due to not being available because of the terms of the loan deal. Time is running out for him though.

Once Leon Best returns to fitness, which won’t be too long now, any further chances for Goodwillie are likely to be few and far between.

If he wants to start making an impression – a good one – he needs to do it now or he will just go down as another statistic in Rovers’ history.

On the rare occasions he has played, Goodwillie has shown he does know where the net is, with many inside the club adamant he is worth persevering with.

He has been unfortunate that, after being brought to the club by Steve Kean, he was rarely played in a two-man strike force – the system his own play needs.

Expecting Goodwillie to make any sort of impact as a lone striker was just madness and that was asked of him too often last season, either from the bench or the rare games he started.

Supporters want to see him succeed at Ewood Park, with some believing he still can, but moments like Tuesday night certainly won’t help his cause.

With Michael Appleton now at the helm, Goodwillie has been given a new start.

Whether or not he takes it, only time will tell but you can’t help but feel this has to be his last chance.

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8:04am Thu 24 Jan 13

adamrochina says...

i have always rated him, remember his first few games, the one against sheff united in the cup, he was immense.

i fear he may have burnt his bridges with rovers fans, but i do feel given a proper run out in the team with 2 upfront he can be an effective striker.
i have always rated him, remember his first few games, the one against sheff united in the cup, he was immense. i fear he may have burnt his bridges with rovers fans, but i do feel given a proper run out in the team with 2 upfront he can be an effective striker. adamrochina
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8:20am Thu 24 Jan 13

Jarrod Schulz Bearded Wonder says...

adamrochina wrote:
i have always rated him, remember his first few games, the one against sheff united in the cup, he was immense.

i fear he may have burnt his bridges with rovers fans, but i do feel given a proper run out in the team with 2 upfront he can be an effective striker.
Agreed
[quote][p][bold]adamrochina[/bold] wrote: i have always rated him, remember his first few games, the one against sheff united in the cup, he was immense. i fear he may have burnt his bridges with rovers fans, but i do feel given a proper run out in the team with 2 upfront he can be an effective striker.[/p][/quote]Agreed Jarrod Schulz Bearded Wonder
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9:01am Thu 24 Jan 13

alihunt123 says...

adamrochina wrote:
i have always rated him, remember his first few games, the one against sheff united in the cup, he was immense.

i fear he may have burnt his bridges with rovers fans, but i do feel given a proper run out in the team with 2 upfront he can be an effective striker.
Well who perfect to play him up top with than no other than Mr Rhodes himself, who if I do remember rightly, plays best when up front with another fellow striker
[quote][p][bold]adamrochina[/bold] wrote: i have always rated him, remember his first few games, the one against sheff united in the cup, he was immense. i fear he may have burnt his bridges with rovers fans, but i do feel given a proper run out in the team with 2 upfront he can be an effective striker.[/p][/quote]Well who perfect to play him up top with than no other than Mr Rhodes himself, who if I do remember rightly, plays best when up front with another fellow striker alihunt123
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9:27am Thu 24 Jan 13

PaulRK says...

Don't think he's burned his bridges. He just needs to play in a proper system (two up front) but, and here's the biggest problem, that midfield is catastrophic. Slow. Old. Lack penetration. Over paid. ....... Apart from that, we should be able to outscore anyone. Should - not will.
Don't think he's burned his bridges. He just needs to play in a proper system (two up front) but, and here's the biggest problem, that midfield is catastrophic. Slow. Old. Lack penetration. Over paid. ....... Apart from that, we should be able to outscore anyone. Should - not will. PaulRK
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9:35am Thu 24 Jan 13

roversok says...

Oh to see two play up front for Rovers
I thought the idea had been outlawed
To play two up fronts tells the opposition we are confident as a team and are going to smash the back of there net
Oh to see two play up front for Rovers I thought the idea had been outlawed To play two up fronts tells the opposition we are confident as a team and are going to smash the back of there net roversok
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9:41am Thu 24 Jan 13

A Rover 45 years and over says...

That's the problem nobody wants to play 2 up front anymore but I hope he gets a chance.
That's the problem nobody wants to play 2 up front anymore but I hope he gets a chance. A Rover 45 years and over
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9:42am Thu 24 Jan 13

OnePostThenTheOther says...

Flop.
Offload.
Flop. Offload. OnePostThenTheOther
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9:43am Thu 24 Jan 13

xrayspex77 says...

Should play him this week in the cup game, he's still got something to offer.
Should play him this week in the cup game, he's still got something to offer. xrayspex77
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10:12am Thu 24 Jan 13

harrydb5 says...

I think Goodwillie is lacking match fitness. He has shown in short glimpses that he is threat and he has the talent to succeed.

He has the ability to strike up a good partnership with Rhodes and help take the pressure of him. We are expecting a lot from Rhodes and the last thing we need is him being burnt out if we are in a position to get into the play-offs.

Off Topic - Good Luck to Ryan Nelson. Just read that he will be retiring on 1st Feb. One of Rovers greats. Truly an outstanding player and ambassador for Rovers. Hate the way Venkys treated this legend, as far as I am concerned this man would have bled Blue & White.
I think Goodwillie is lacking match fitness. He has shown in short glimpses that he is threat and he has the talent to succeed. He has the ability to strike up a good partnership with Rhodes and help take the pressure of him. We are expecting a lot from Rhodes and the last thing we need is him being burnt out if we are in a position to get into the play-offs. Off Topic - Good Luck to Ryan Nelson. Just read that he will be retiring on 1st Feb. One of Rovers greats. Truly an outstanding player and ambassador for Rovers. Hate the way Venkys treated this legend, as far as I am concerned this man would have bled Blue & White. harrydb5
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10:41am Thu 24 Jan 13

londonrover says...

harrydb5 wrote:
I think Goodwillie is lacking match fitness. He has shown in short glimpses that he is threat and he has the talent to succeed.

He has the ability to strike up a good partnership with Rhodes and help take the pressure of him. We are expecting a lot from Rhodes and the last thing we need is him being burnt out if we are in a position to get into the play-offs.

Off Topic - Good Luck to Ryan Nelson. Just read that he will be retiring on 1st Feb. One of Rovers greats. Truly an outstanding player and ambassador for Rovers. Hate the way Venkys treated this legend, as far as I am concerned this man would have bled Blue & White.
Agreed on both points.
[quote][p][bold]harrydb5[/bold] wrote: I think Goodwillie is lacking match fitness. He has shown in short glimpses that he is threat and he has the talent to succeed. He has the ability to strike up a good partnership with Rhodes and help take the pressure of him. We are expecting a lot from Rhodes and the last thing we need is him being burnt out if we are in a position to get into the play-offs. Off Topic - Good Luck to Ryan Nelson. Just read that he will be retiring on 1st Feb. One of Rovers greats. Truly an outstanding player and ambassador for Rovers. Hate the way Venkys treated this legend, as far as I am concerned this man would have bled Blue & White.[/p][/quote]Agreed on both points. londonrover
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11:34am Thu 24 Jan 13

Dukes says...

he is a flop but time for him still to make his mark in football.
he is a flop but time for him still to make his mark in football. Dukes
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11:37am Thu 24 Jan 13

robart says...

Good luck to Ryan Nelson. Goodwillie never thought him versatile or mature enough to be a Premier league player if you compare to the likes of Andy Cole or even Matt Janson, Has never settled in the 'south' and will be happier being a reasonable striker in the Scottish Premier good luck to the lad and lets focus on which players do the rovers need. Midfield a new young Duff and a Dunn would be brilliant or even a Flitcroft with a bit of get stuck in to em
Good luck to Ryan Nelson. Goodwillie never thought him versatile or mature enough to be a Premier league player if you compare to the likes of Andy Cole or even Matt Janson, Has never settled in the 'south' and will be happier being a reasonable striker in the Scottish Premier good luck to the lad and lets focus on which players do the rovers need. Midfield a new young Duff and a Dunn would be brilliant or even a Flitcroft with a bit of get stuck in to em robart
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12:04pm Thu 24 Jan 13

noddymcleod says...

Why should we "forget" the stupid challenge that cost us 2 points on Tuesday ? It's not as if he is a raw teenager, he's 23.
Also, scoring a good goal against a team two divisions below us in the Micky Mouse Cup first round doesn't count as awesome in my book.
Why should we "forget" the stupid challenge that cost us 2 points on Tuesday ? It's not as if he is a raw teenager, he's 23. Also, scoring a good goal against a team two divisions below us in the Micky Mouse Cup first round doesn't count as awesome in my book. noddymcleod
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12:30pm Thu 24 Jan 13

M4CCY says...

PaulRK wrote:
Don't think he's burned his bridges. He just needs to play in a proper system (two up front) but, and here's the biggest problem, that midfield is catastrophic. Slow. Old. Lack penetration. Over paid. ....... Apart from that, we should be able to outscore anyone. Should - not will.
Agreed, everyone comments on the Defensive problems. These are created by the Midfield. Our passing has been awful in the whole. Also, the midfield doesn't seem to have the ability to create enough for the likes of Rhodes and Goodwillie. Goodwillie does need to take his chance before Leon Best settles in to the starting line-up.

However, the midfiled provided a very different story on Wednesday. Pedersen was very creative. I do understand that Pedersen does have his weeknesses, however his crosses in to the box, long throws and set pieces are invaluable. He has been a tremendous servant to the club and should be in the starting 11 week in week out. Remember how we had success under big sam...we played the percentages....Peder
sen gets some fantastic balls in to the box. Also, Kazim, had a very good game too. I do believe that we need a midfielder with the battling qualities of a lee carsley, robbie savage type. I feel very sorry for Jason Lowe who is learning his trade in a very difficult environment. Lowe is however passionate and it is noted that he always comes over to thank the fans at the end of a game. I was so pleased to see that Rochina was not in the team - we need to play two traditional centre forwards. Rochina should be an impact player coming off the bench.

Appleton is certainly getting there with his tactics. I am feeling rather optimistic. Good decision to move Formica on, he wasn't happy and is too lightweight for this league. I actually want to us persist with Dann and Hanley. I would be sad to see Dann leave. Dann has been inconsistent, I am fully aware, but I do think he simply needs a little confidence and assistance with tactical awareness.

Really enjoyed the game on Wednesday night for 96 minutes. Great atmosphere and enjoyable game. Let's take this momentum in to the next game!
[quote][p][bold]PaulRK[/bold] wrote: Don't think he's burned his bridges. He just needs to play in a proper system (two up front) but, and here's the biggest problem, that midfield is catastrophic. Slow. Old. Lack penetration. Over paid. ....... Apart from that, we should be able to outscore anyone. Should - not will.[/p][/quote]Agreed, everyone comments on the Defensive problems. These are created by the Midfield. Our passing has been awful in the whole. Also, the midfield doesn't seem to have the ability to create enough for the likes of Rhodes and Goodwillie. Goodwillie does need to take his chance before Leon Best settles in to the starting line-up. However, the midfiled provided a very different story on Wednesday. Pedersen was very creative. I do understand that Pedersen does have his weeknesses, however his crosses in to the box, long throws and set pieces are invaluable. He has been a tremendous servant to the club and should be in the starting 11 week in week out. Remember how we had success under big sam...we played the percentages....Peder sen gets some fantastic balls in to the box. Also, Kazim, had a very good game too. I do believe that we need a midfielder with the battling qualities of a lee carsley, robbie savage type. I feel very sorry for Jason Lowe who is learning his trade in a very difficult environment. Lowe is however passionate and it is noted that he always comes over to thank the fans at the end of a game. I was so pleased to see that Rochina was not in the team - we need to play two traditional centre forwards. Rochina should be an impact player coming off the bench. Appleton is certainly getting there with his tactics. I am feeling rather optimistic. Good decision to move Formica on, he wasn't happy and is too lightweight for this league. I actually want to us persist with Dann and Hanley. I would be sad to see Dann leave. Dann has been inconsistent, I am fully aware, but I do think he simply needs a little confidence and assistance with tactical awareness. Really enjoyed the game on Wednesday night for 96 minutes. Great atmosphere and enjoyable game. Let's take this momentum in to the next game! M4CCY
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2:30pm Thu 24 Jan 13

jellybiff says...

the man is a thug and a bully and he shouldn't be allowed to play .
the man is a thug and a bully and he shouldn't be allowed to play . jellybiff
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2:47pm Thu 24 Jan 13

MxMave says...

I really can't see how people can pass judgement on Goodwillie when hes had a combined gametime of about 15 minuites.

Didnt he score 4 goals in 3 last time he had a consistent run in the side? How many has Colin "cant run, cant shoot" Kazim Richards scored?

Its crazy to me, you have a young lad here who is willing to do the running down the channels for Rhodes and provide some link play and yet every week we see CKR on the teamsheet because "it gives us a target for longballs and goal kicks", has anyone actually noticed that CKR has the penetrative power of a stick of butter? Apart from the Charlton game, the move ALWAYS breaks down with CKR and once he hits 60 mins hes too tried to be of any use. To me it reeks of managerial ineptness that we HAVE to play the 'targetman' strategy every single game for 90 mins. It didn't work in the prem when we had (the much better) Jason Roberts, it's not going to work in this league, we are no longer playing Man City, playing longball and hoping to get a 0-0 draw. How many other championship teams play this kind of football? We should be playing fast counter attacking football and in my mind that involves playing Goodwillie, Formica & Rhodes at the top of the pitch. The sooner Appleton is replaced by someone with nouse, the better.
I really can't see how people can pass judgement on Goodwillie when hes had a combined gametime of about 15 minuites. Didnt he score 4 goals in 3 last time he had a consistent run in the side? How many has Colin "cant run, cant shoot" Kazim Richards scored? Its crazy to me, you have a young lad here who is willing to do the running down the channels for Rhodes and provide some link play and yet every week we see CKR on the teamsheet because "it gives us a target for longballs and goal kicks", has anyone actually noticed that CKR has the penetrative power of a stick of butter? Apart from the Charlton game, the move ALWAYS breaks down with CKR and once he hits 60 mins hes too tried to be of any use. To me it reeks of managerial ineptness that we HAVE to play the 'targetman' strategy every single game for 90 mins. It didn't work in the prem when we had (the much better) Jason Roberts, it's not going to work in this league, we are no longer playing Man City, playing longball and hoping to get a 0-0 draw. How many other championship teams play this kind of football? We should be playing fast counter attacking football and in my mind that involves playing Goodwillie, Formica & Rhodes at the top of the pitch. The sooner Appleton is replaced by someone with nouse, the better. MxMave
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2:49pm Thu 24 Jan 13

noddy57 says...

goodwillie at his best is very average, dont get me wrong he could be effective in the championship but when you talk of premier league level lm afraid hes out of his depth, sell hm back to dundee united at a cut price say 1,5 mill, they might swallow it,
goodwillie at his best is very average, dont get me wrong he could be effective in the championship but when you talk of premier league level lm afraid hes out of his depth, sell hm back to dundee united at a cut price say 1,5 mill, they might swallow it, noddy57
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3:40pm Thu 24 Jan 13

To.guy says...

It's hard to make a judgement. When Kean bought him as the new Wayne Rooney, like the other "new...." players he bought, he didnt use them. Goodwillie cant be expected to make an impact as a sub when he hasnt even been given game time at the club. Bringing on an underused player for such a short period at the end of games is increasing the likelyhood of mistakes. He will be that eager to make an impact, he makes the wrong decisions. Appleton made a mistake.
It's hard to make a judgement. When Kean bought him as the new Wayne Rooney, like the other "new...." players he bought, he didnt use them. Goodwillie cant be expected to make an impact as a sub when he hasnt even been given game time at the club. Bringing on an underused player for such a short period at the end of games is increasing the likelyhood of mistakes. He will be that eager to make an impact, he makes the wrong decisions. Appleton made a mistake. To.guy
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3:48pm Thu 24 Jan 13

stick to football says...

They said before Rhodes came he wasnt a lone striker either but his goals speak for themselves.

A return to Scotland may be his only option if Goodwillie doesnt make a mark in the next few games
They said before Rhodes came he wasnt a lone striker either but his goals speak for themselves. A return to Scotland may be his only option if Goodwillie doesnt make a mark in the next few games stick to football
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4:52pm Thu 24 Jan 13

Angry From Accrington says...

He took his last chance on Tuesday. Get rid of the bum.
He took his last chance on Tuesday. Get rid of the bum. Angry From Accrington
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6:10pm Thu 24 Jan 13

mike55 says...

Saturday should be his last go and a perfect opportunity to give him a runout for 90 minutes up front with JR.
Although his performance might be dependent on whatever midfield we have available,I would make a final assessment after the game and move him on if necessary in this window.I hope he succeeds but have my doubts.
If MA is considering the cup merely as a sideshow,I would play a number of the fringe players to assess this squad and have a clear out if necessary. The Portuguesers spring readily to mind. January on a biting cold Saturday should tell us whether that are what we need in the Championship.
Saturday should be his last go and a perfect opportunity to give him a runout for 90 minutes up front with JR. Although his performance might be dependent on whatever midfield we have available,I would make a final assessment after the game and move him on if necessary in this window.I hope he succeeds but have my doubts. If MA is considering the cup merely as a sideshow,I would play a number of the fringe players to assess this squad and have a clear out if necessary. The Portuguesers spring readily to mind. January on a biting cold Saturday should tell us whether that are what we need in the Championship. mike55
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6:14pm Thu 24 Jan 13

Harwoodstblue says...

OnePostThenTheOther wrote:
Flop.
Offload.
How can he be a flop after only eight games in 16 months?
[quote][p][bold]OnePostThenTheOther[/bold] wrote: Flop. Offload.[/p][/quote]How can he be a flop after only eight games in 16 months? Harwoodstblue
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6:20pm Thu 24 Jan 13

Harwoodstblue says...

jellybiff wrote:
the man is a thug and a bully and he shouldn't be allowed to play .
Just what we want in our team of powder puffs.
[quote][p][bold]jellybiff[/bold] wrote: the man is a thug and a bully and he shouldn't be allowed to play .[/p][/quote]Just what we want in our team of powder puffs. Harwoodstblue
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6:25pm Thu 24 Jan 13

fishcake 75 says...

M4CCY wrote:
PaulRK wrote:
Don't think he's burned his bridges. He just needs to play in a proper system (two up front) but, and here's the biggest problem, that midfield is catastrophic. Slow. Old. Lack penetration. Over paid. ....... Apart from that, we should be able to outscore anyone. Should - not will.
Agreed, everyone comments on the Defensive problems. These are created by the Midfield. Our passing has been awful in the whole. Also, the midfield doesn't seem to have the ability to create enough for the likes of Rhodes and Goodwillie. Goodwillie does need to take his chance before Leon Best settles in to the starting line-up.

However, the midfiled provided a very different story on Wednesday. Pedersen was very creative. I do understand that Pedersen does have his weeknesses, however his crosses in to the box, long throws and set pieces are invaluable. He has been a tremendous servant to the club and should be in the starting 11 week in week out. Remember how we had success under big sam...we played the percentages....Peder

sen gets some fantastic balls in to the box. Also, Kazim, had a very good game too. I do believe that we need a midfielder with the battling qualities of a lee carsley, robbie savage type. I feel very sorry for Jason Lowe who is learning his trade in a very difficult environment. Lowe is however passionate and it is noted that he always comes over to thank the fans at the end of a game. I was so pleased to see that Rochina was not in the team - we need to play two traditional centre forwards. Rochina should be an impact player coming off the bench.

Appleton is certainly getting there with his tactics. I am feeling rather optimistic. Good decision to move Formica on, he wasn't happy and is too lightweight for this league. I actually want to us persist with Dann and Hanley. I would be sad to see Dann leave. Dann has been inconsistent, I am fully aware, but I do think he simply needs a little confidence and assistance with tactical awareness.

Really enjoyed the game on Wednesday night for 96 minutes. Great atmosphere and enjoyable game. Let's take this momentum in to the next game!
You are right dann as been consistent,consisten
tly bad, cant jump cant head a ball,no bottle i for one will be glad to see the back of him,the sooner appleton realises lowe is a full back the better contributes nothing in midfield, hes not skillful enough.
[quote][p][bold]M4CCY[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PaulRK[/bold] wrote: Don't think he's burned his bridges. He just needs to play in a proper system (two up front) but, and here's the biggest problem, that midfield is catastrophic. Slow. Old. Lack penetration. Over paid. ....... Apart from that, we should be able to outscore anyone. Should - not will.[/p][/quote]Agreed, everyone comments on the Defensive problems. These are created by the Midfield. Our passing has been awful in the whole. Also, the midfield doesn't seem to have the ability to create enough for the likes of Rhodes and Goodwillie. Goodwillie does need to take his chance before Leon Best settles in to the starting line-up. However, the midfiled provided a very different story on Wednesday. Pedersen was very creative. I do understand that Pedersen does have his weeknesses, however his crosses in to the box, long throws and set pieces are invaluable. He has been a tremendous servant to the club and should be in the starting 11 week in week out. Remember how we had success under big sam...we played the percentages....Peder sen gets some fantastic balls in to the box. Also, Kazim, had a very good game too. I do believe that we need a midfielder with the battling qualities of a lee carsley, robbie savage type. I feel very sorry for Jason Lowe who is learning his trade in a very difficult environment. Lowe is however passionate and it is noted that he always comes over to thank the fans at the end of a game. I was so pleased to see that Rochina was not in the team - we need to play two traditional centre forwards. Rochina should be an impact player coming off the bench. Appleton is certainly getting there with his tactics. I am feeling rather optimistic. Good decision to move Formica on, he wasn't happy and is too lightweight for this league. I actually want to us persist with Dann and Hanley. I would be sad to see Dann leave. Dann has been inconsistent, I am fully aware, but I do think he simply needs a little confidence and assistance with tactical awareness. Really enjoyed the game on Wednesday night for 96 minutes. Great atmosphere and enjoyable game. Let's take this momentum in to the next game![/p][/quote]You are right dann as been consistent,consisten tly bad, cant jump cant head a ball,no bottle i for one will be glad to see the back of him,the sooner appleton realises lowe is a full back the better contributes nothing in midfield, hes not skillful enough. fishcake 75
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10:30pm Thu 24 Jan 13

bring back the good old days says...

Sorry, not for me.

No matter how much limited match time he has had he brings nothing to the team IMO.
I am strruggling to see even a Champs std player in him. He may prove me wrong yet, here or somewhere else, and if so good on him. But I will keep my opinion as is until that time.

His 'challenge' on Tues night was one of the stupidest, clumsiest I have seen for some time. Especially when you consider the situation of the tie and the timing. What on earth was he thinking!
Sorry, not for me. No matter how much limited match time he has had he brings nothing to the team IMO. I am strruggling to see even a Champs std player in him. He may prove me wrong yet, here or somewhere else, and if so good on him. But I will keep my opinion as is until that time. His 'challenge' on Tues night was one of the stupidest, clumsiest I have seen for some time. Especially when you consider the situation of the tie and the timing. What on earth was he thinking! bring back the good old days
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7:00am Fri 25 Jan 13

Phil Simpson says...

Goodwillie is unfit even for a bloke that lacks match fitness. In his debut he looked overweight with about as much pace as a pub footballer.

It stands to reason that he took the desperate measure of bringing a member of the opposition down in the 97th minute.
Goodwillie is unfit even for a bloke that lacks match fitness. In his debut he looked overweight with about as much pace as a pub footballer. It stands to reason that he took the desperate measure of bringing a member of the opposition down in the 97th minute. Phil Simpson
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1:32pm Fri 25 Jan 13

rovertillidie says...

Not good enough, never has been, never will be, get rid of him now......one chance too many on Tuesday night!!

Come on is he ever going to challenge the likes of Rhodes, Best, Gomes, CKR??? And whoever else the new boss brings in....no room for sentiment and indecision any more get rid of him.
Not good enough, never has been, never will be, get rid of him now......one chance too many on Tuesday night!! Come on is he ever going to challenge the likes of Rhodes, Best, Gomes, CKR??? And whoever else the new boss brings in....no room for sentiment and indecision any more get rid of him. rovertillidie
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