Shaq Coulthirst - Torquay United

rabbikeane

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Good, hopefully he'll get game time. Think it could be positive for Coulibaly as well, bigger role with U21
 

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#22
So a drop in league because of Slade not playing him

It seems we trust Slade too much and his retarded views on players with pace(better not to start them and wait till the other team is tired and put them on or if you're winning the pace is therefore not needed at all)
 

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Probably better for him to step down a league and get more game time, its not like Torquay can say they have in form strikers that are keeping him out.
 

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Probably better for him to step down a league and get more game time, its not like Torquay can say they have in form strikers that are keeping him out.
I would agree with this if were not for Slade's questionable methods. The bad loan move to the O's wasn't his fault
 

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No, it was due to Slade buying in Chris Dagnall about a week after Shaq joined them, thus making the loanee redundant.
 

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Posted in Spurs youth thread previously :

http://www.torquayheraldexpress.co....rpe-United-1/story-20918522-detail/story.html

The star of the show for Torquay was new loan signing Shaquile Coulthirst from Tottenham Hotspur.

Along with left-winger Courtney Cameron, he had S****horpe on the back foot almost from the first whistle.

Cameron hit the bar with an early cross-shot, and twice went close with other efforts, while Coulthirst tormented the other side of a S****horpe defence which has conceded only 37 goals this season.


Hargreaves’ decision to take off Coulthirst near the end was greeted with boos, although the Spurs teenager had been surrounded by S****horpe shirts every time he got the ball in the second half.

Nb. The SC software seems to use ***** a lot !
 

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Started today.

61 minutes Goal! Bristol Rovers 0, Torquay United 1. Shaquile Coulthirst (Torquay United) header from the centre of the box to the top right corner. Assisted by Courtney Cameron.
 

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Torquay are going down, bottom and seven points from safety with four games left.

Squeaky bum time down there as 18th and 23rd are seperated by just three points and Northampton in 23rd are in a good run of form. I just hope Wycombe cling on.
 

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Started today.

61 minutes Goal! Bristol Rovers 0, Torquay United 1. Shaquile Coulthirst (Torquay United) header from the centre of the box to the top right corner. Assisted by Courtney Cameron.

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Goal scored Goal!
Goal! Bristol Rovers 0, Torquay United 2. Lee Mansell (Torquay United) right footed shot from the left side of the box to the top right corner. Assisted by Shaquile Coulthirst

Shaq also got an assist for Torquay's 2nd goal. So one goal ans one assist.
 
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Goal! Goal! Mansfield Town 1, Torquay United 3. Shaquile Coulthirst (Torquay United) header from very close range to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Jordan Chapell with a cross.
 

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Would like to see Shaq get a loan to Swindon next season. Think they are the right level for him and would be a chance for him to prove himself in a competitive league
 

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If Coulthirst had arrived in January we'd have stayed up.
CH made a really good choice in Coulthirst, and the boy has worked his socks off.
A real shame, it is salt into the wound with Shaq doing it yet again. Fully appreciate his effort in his short time here and he has a big future in the game.
Coulthirst awesome today
 

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http://www.westernmorningnews.co.uk...tory-21043442-detail/story.html#ixzz30U4fmroO

Coulthirst is ruled out because of the ankle injury he sustained in last Saturday’s 3-1 League Two win at Mansfield Town, where he scored United’s clinching third goal.

Coulthirst has gone back to Spurs after scoring twice in five starts during an increasingly impressive loan spell with United.

“Shaq has been fantastic for us, and we thank him for his efforts,” said Hargreaves.

“Whether we could get him back at some stage remains to be seen, but it would be nice.”