The Crossed Blades

Season 2015/16 => Banter => Topic started by: Roma on March 29, 2017, 02:47:03 pm

Title: Who's Chris Wilder's Best Signing?
Post by: Roma on March 29, 2017, 02:47:03 pm
Thought I'd play with the polling feature.  So who's been CW's best permanent signing?
Title: Re: Who's Chris Wilder's Best Signing?
Post by: Eeyore on March 29, 2017, 03:27:56 pm
Gone for Moore.

Signing him and dropping Long changed the entire dynamic of the whole squad and breathed a whole new confidence into everyone from the pitch to the fans in the stadium. This then allowed the players to perform to their best without having to be worried about what was going to happen at the back.

Don't Freeman and Coutts count as Wilder signings, seeing as they were as good as gone at the start of the season  :whi

The whole midfield has been superb and Fleck the consistent best of the new signings.
Title: Re: Who's Chris Wilder's Best Signing?
Post by: BoltonBlade on March 29, 2017, 06:17:15 pm
I've gone for Moore as well. He has brought stabiity & confidence to the defence. He is also more communicative than Long.

Agree with Ash about Freeman & Coutts. Their transformation under CW has been exceptional. To all intents and purposes they were not going to feature this season. I think Freeman is now better than Brayford.

I also think Lafferty has been a good acquisition.

My only concern is still another goal scorer to partner Sharp.
Title: Re: Who's Chris Wilder's Best Signing?
Post by: Roma on March 30, 2017, 04:57:58 pm
Let's do another poll called Wilder's Best Revival...  :ok:
Title: Re: Who's Chris Wilder's Best Signing?
Post by: Eeyore on March 30, 2017, 05:41:34 pm
Let's do another poll called Wilder's Best Revival...  :ok:

Can't really choose between Coutts or Freeman to be honest, so they both win!
Title: Re: Who's Chris Wilder's Best Signing?
Post by: lingsbord on March 30, 2017, 09:08:26 pm
Let's do another poll called Wilder's Best Revival...  :ok:

I'd award that to SUFC

CW is the defibrillator to the corpse that Adkins left behind