Goodbye Randell Williams

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Think he is a fantastically talented player. The injury really hampered his season but he will do well at L1 level and potentially even in the championship. I assume he will go to a team in L1 like Wimbledon or even return to Wycombe.
 

gilbertshoot

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Simply for that goal and flip against the to55ers from Cornwall will he be forever remembered. Cushty.
 
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I wish him well and he does have talent. But '...it's been an incredible journey...' Really?

For most of the last year he's had an expressin on his face like that of my teenage son when we told him he is coming camping with us to the Lake District this summer and he is going to bloody well enjoy it.

Perhaps that's the kind of 'journey' Randall is referring to.
 

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I wish him well and he does have talent. But '...it's been an incredible journey...' Really?

For most of the last year he's had an expressin on his face like that of my teenage son when we told him he is coming camping with us to the Lake District this summer and he is going to bloody well enjoy it.

Perhaps that's the kind of 'journey' Randall is referring to.
Camping in The Lake District….. you might need some of that magic horsehair sand to pitch your tent on….. perhaps he did think Exeter was in the back of beyond.
 

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A really good first season for us with an incredible amount of assists. Although always offering a threat and taking up defenders to free up Key down the wing at the start of the season, he didn't really show that same desire for it in the second seasons. Perhaps he felt he was too good for us, which ironically made him look bang average.

He will be back in league two after his next contract expires, he just doesn't have the end product for higher up and his right foot is awful.
 

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The thing is he was a player which would make you stand up if he got the ball at his feet. Only Joel who really has that now. Need a great replacement. Was great to watch on his day.
 

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A really good first season for us with an incredible amount of assists. Although always offering a threat and taking up defenders to free up Key down the wing at the start of the season, he didn't really show that same desire for it in the second seasons. Perhaps he felt he was too good for us, which ironically made him look bang average.
Agreed, it’s easy to forget how good he was for in the previous season when he was one of, if not, the best wide players in the division. I also think there were also more good moments last season than most people give him credit for.

While a lot of people seem to think he looked uninterested I don’t think we should under-estimate the effects of living away from friends and family during these restricted times. Randell has never hidden the fact that he misses living in London, and that can only have been made worse over the last year.
 
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