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would hutton still be the same if he didnt break his leg?


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huton.. better or worse??  

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  1. 1. would he be a better player if he hadnt broke his leg?

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    • no diff
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as ma ol nana used to say, whits fur ye will no go by ye!

pretty pointless to infer what may or may not have been the outcome, lets just enjoy his talents as they stand just now, in terms of reckless challenges being cut out for fear of being injured again, well I don't think that plays on his mind, though it could play on some players minds, you sometimes see players who are never the same after bad injuries

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TBH, i think we owe Hutton's development into a great player to Polly Gwen. As if he hadn't brought in Bardsley, as competition Hutton might never have realised that he hadn't definitley made it at Rangers, and that there would always be someone else who could come in and take his place if he eventually got Bardsley out of the team.

However, it might also have something to do with Smith coming in and raising his spirits after Bardsley had took his place.

So i'm gonna say the leg break made no difference.

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