Right. I wanted to talk about Ebanks-Blake and maybe even track him a little bit, but didn't want it to get incinerated in the furious fires of the other teams thread. What I thought is that we could talk about ex-players who are still held dear here or those we hate, even. I dunno, do as you will.. Anyway, Ebanks-Blake is now joint top-scorer in the Colaship with 20 goals and he is showing the same form and a little less ability than he had before that terrible ankle break. I find it an incredible achievement on his side to have gotten himself back to such a level after a break that some wondered if he'd ever recover from (myself included) he is playing at that level that made the Rossi-Campbell pairing so lethal, and like Rossi, he is a top-flight footballer at the very least and as I understand it, we had so much doubt whether he'd ever get his game back that we didn't put any percentage sell-on fees for him when he was sold to Plymouth for a pittance (given the break and the doubts around him coming back, we couldn't have dreamt of more than the £800k [iirc] that we got) he was sold to Wolves for £1.5m and his next sell-on is going to be quadruple that. I would not be surprised in the slightest if Keano went in for him should they stay up and Wolves not get promoted. His goals and game are getting sharper and sharper and I had hopes Frazier would be able to make a late run at top scorer in that division, but think Blake (who was always more of a goal-scorer) will run away with it now. Those two could even meet in the play-offs should Wolves and Hull get there. I am really proud of him and what he has achieved. It takes a lot of heart and self-belief to comeback like that when you've been written off and to have the same game he had before with the same boldness and courage as well as that knowledge he will get clattered a lot with the pace he runs at reminds me of that Utd-type character our players tend to have. Look out for him in the future. He should be in a Premiership near you, soon. --- Oh, and Paul McShane.... fill in the space! Is he still an Ireland international?