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2 hours ago, Truefootballfan said:

He couldn’t even unseat Fitz he obviously isn’t up to standard. Wish him well though.

He'd struggle with most Non League clubs, It's harsh sounding but he's nowhere near good enough.

David Grof always seemed unlikely to break into the Notts squad, yet he looked like a good keeper and the making of that was visible whilst he was here at the club. Blanislav Pindroch never has and never will. I double very highly he will amount to much, as he's too much of a flapper.

Good luck to him and thank you for leaving. 👍👏👏

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Good luck to him at a new club. He was hardly ever in the squad so best he gets to persue a career somewhere else.

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The clubs insisted that he's good enough right until they needed to offload players in order to bring others into the club, that for me says he was a wasted shirt and somewhat a luxury.

Awful keeper from what I have seen of him.

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Seen as he wasn't ever played recently, he might aswell go to free up some funds or help to reduce the debt.

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rubbish, no point and a waste of time giving him coaching. focus should be on max.

what ever happened to the other hyped young keeper? searson was it?

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When was he actually last played, it was easy money for him here i think.

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I know when even on the odd occasion he was played, alot of fans were thinking we were going to instantly lose because he was in goal.

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Good luck to him, but in terms for us i wish he signed for another league two club so our strikers can score.

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Oldest professional league club to the first of club of that nation, do they know the guy doesn't have any hands? :rollonfloorlaughing:

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Makes you wonder why we signed him, a number of managers didn't consider him worthy to start, even when the keeper starting was terrible...

Surely be better to have a youngster as a 3rd keeper?

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On 19/02/2019 at 15:56, Super_Danny_Allsopp said:

Makes you wonder why we signed him, a number of managers didn't consider him worthy to start, even when the keeper starting was terrible...

Surely be better to have a youngster as a 3rd keeper?

I think AH had done a lot of hyping up the keepers we have, it happened with Joe Searson and when his chance came to play. The club went out and signed Ross Fitzsimons.

Too much hope was pinned on Fitzsimons this season.

I would rather see two young keepers, than a waste in a backup like Blanislav Woopsie.

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