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  • Agree with you about Lappin, Brew, as our good friend Mr. Pulis would say, he's a top top bloke. But Vaughan was obviously shipped out to Huddersfield to prove that he could go a season without injury problems - which hasn't happened, unfortunately. He's now missed a total of seven games through injury, including the last five in a row (due to a thigh strain picked up in training), and unless he drastically improves on that record I can't see CH welcoming him back. Ayala is a reasonable player, but doesn't have the quality of any of the current back four, methinks. Coming back to you from a previous thread, no, I'm not the same Johnny, although he was an early hero of mine. First saw him at Carrow Road on Easter Monday 1953, perched on top of my father's shoulders (me, not Johnny). Result was City 5 Leyton Orient 1, and I've been a fan ever since, although nowadays from 6,000 miles away.

    Johnny Gavin Lives

    Wednesday, November 21, 2012

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