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Post by DollyTillIDie on 20/2/2014, 10:27

Left for a job and semi-pro football Down Under.

Will this divide opinion? I never had too much of a problem with him as he always gave everything and more.

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Post by alasher on 20/2/2014, 10:35

I for one certainly think that we will miss him & that this is bad news!
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Post by Conmac End on 20/2/2014, 10:39

Cracking player, need 2/3 like him in every team.
Good luck to him!

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Post by janb on 20/2/2014, 19:47

Haha, not biting. Well only a bit. I think life will go on for all of us pretty much the same as before (except Simon who will be in Australia)

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Post by distantmusic on 21/2/2014, 08:46

I've no doubt we'll miss Simon but we will move on. Just want to wish him all the best, having lived in Oz for a few years I'm sure he'll have a great time out there, and to thank him for his dedication to the Dolly cause - all the best 'Mate'

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Post by sparrows left peg on 21/2/2014, 13:39

A cracking little player who got better with a bit of hard work. A thin squad just got thinner. I don't think Akrigg or Walker are the obvious replacements. All the best Scholesy.

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Post by cityuntilidie on 21/2/2014, 14:30

Always gave 100% perhaps not the best right back but certainly a good midfield player who will be missed. All the best Simon with the job and the football. I am sure it will work out fine over there for you. My friend went to Adelaide late 90's with his wife and 2 children. They agreed not to return for a holiday back here for 3 years and have only come back twice since.

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Post by Brocker on 21/2/2014, 15:58

I'd been looking forward eagerly to his return from injury. Like DP I felt that he had been running into a real vein of form, and his second half against Warrington was probably the best I have seen from a City player this season. I agree that we lack midfield strength without him--Billy Akrigg is a winger, not a central midfielder, and Rob Walker, though a great prospect, is still young and lightweight for a 90 minute stint against full grown bruisers. Thanks for all the hard work, Scholesy, and some moments of real delight--including that cracking goal at Clitheroe.

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