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Is it time to try without Pope?


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It's pretty clear that, when fully fit, Pope is one heck of an asset. However, if he's not fit then he's not going to be at his best and will not score goals, other than pens. Which is what we are seeing.

 

There's a long way to go in this season, and we need a fit Tom Pope. So, bite the bullet, rest him (not on the bench) and get him fit. There are other options, as we've seen this week. To keep playing him is not clever.

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