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4 minutes ago, Casino said:

Bullshit

He was fine until Isgrove went off

Does that not tell you something though? Needs a winger to help him defensively? 
 

he’s been solid at best up to this point. Confidence is obviously at rock bottom at the min. Some need to just keep playing through others need pulling out. But the next 6-8 weeks with him doesn’t fill me with confidence and if his performances don’t improve it will turn quite toxic for the lad sadly 

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Not a meaningful shot on target in the whole game .

Corners a total waste of time yet again 

can’t defend for the first 20 minutes of a game week in week out 

changed the team and back up is wank kagunga has played in premier league fuck knows how . Baka is poor , brockbank and white can’t defend . The rest are no better at the minute 

shambles 

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Just now, ErnestTurnip said:

I thought Brockbank did ok tonight up until the end when I think he got injured.

As posted, I think it was more that isgrove went and we tried to push it a bit

Either way, no reason for him to be singled out

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We were ten times worse with bakayoko and hoofball. The 'get the ball forward' crew get on my tits. It's fucking shite watching your keeper hoof a ball upfield in the hope something happens. 

When we get the ball on the floor we are better. We are built to play out from the back. Sometimes we are too patient but we are a work in progress. 

I'll take passing it around the back 4 over long ball any day of the week. 

 

 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

At least our main centre half will be back Saturday. 

Hopefully John will be too, though he's not been at his best yet this season.

Sheehan hardly been mentioned, was he anonymous?

We missed Santos. His presence, his calmness, his aerial strength in our box, his bringing the ball out from the back. There’s a reason he was player of the year last year.

Thought Gordon did ok and like you say John not been at his best so not mithered either way which one on Saturday.

Sheehan better once Lee went off. Didn’t take to the 10 role naturally, would need more work on the training ground if we try that again.

Just now, Spider said:

This is the bad patch we all hoped wouldn’t happen but was always likely given the depth of the squad.

What the club doesn’t need are supporters acting like knob ends and turning on them.

If we knew best we’d be managing the club, but we’re not so let’s just remain calm.

Its currently shite, let’s give all concerned a chance to put it right eh?

I agree. I was amazed how well we started the season looking like we could comfortably make the top 6. Realistically we know we are in a fight now.

A fight I still believe we can win. 

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7 minutes ago, Arrested development said:

We were ten times worse with bakayoko and hoofball. The 'get the ball forward' crew get on my tits. It's fucking shite watching your keeper hoof a ball upfield in the hope something happens. 

When we get the ball on the floor we are better. We are built to play out from the back. Sometimes we are too patient but we are a work in progress. 

I'll take passing it around the back 4 over long ball any day of the week. 

 

 

 

 

There are times (& the last 10 minutes tonight were one of them) where you get the ball forward quickly & make them defend in horrendous conditions so you might benefit from the kind of howler we conceded. 

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17 minutes ago, Spider said:

This is the bad patch we all hoped wouldn’t happen but was always likely given the depth of the squad.

What the club doesn’t need are supporters acting like knob ends and turning on them.

If we knew best we’d be managing the club, but we’re not so let’s just remain calm.

Its currently shite, let’s give all concerned a chance to put it right eh?

Well said 

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24 minutes ago, Take Hunt Off said:

Brockbank isn’t good enough , Gordon has his faults but does try to get forward

Sarc scores we are back in it as we definitely shaded the second half

Last goal farcical but conditions to blame although Dixon’s decision making was shite on that one.

I thought Brockbank did OK until that suicidal pass to Gordon, but generally was sound in possession and I disagree Gordon gets forward more, there were a few times Brockbank overlapped, possibly more than Gordon.  But saying that everyone waiting for John to return, I've not noticed much of a difference between the 2 this season.  They both have qualities but for next season I'd like to see a bit more pace and strength at left back.

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3 minutes ago, Johnnyrotten said:

I thought Brockbank did OK until that suicidal pass to Gordon, but generally was sound in possession and I disagree Gordon gets forward more, there were a few times Brockbank overlapped, possibly more than Gordon.  But saying that everyone waiting for John to return, I've not noticed much of a difference between the 2 this season.  They both have qualities but for next season I'd like to see a bit more pace and strength at left back.

Brockbank ain’t making the grade at Bolton, good luck to the lad and he’ll have a career but it won’t be here. 

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4 minutes ago, captainmed said:

Good god.

Another shambles.

Concede first again.

Don’t score again.

Never mind anyway.

Blue sky thinking and all that, instead of the reality.

I’m bone dry and sat at home, ready for bed.

 

 

And like Saturday it took the opposition 6 minutes to stick one in the back of our net.Far too easy to score against

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5 minutes ago, captainmed said:

Good god.

Another shambles.

Concede first again.

Don’t score again.

Never mind anyway.

Blue sky thinking and all that, instead of the reality.

I’m bone dry and sat at home, ready for bed.

 

 

We’re nowhere near where we want to be but I think it takes 4/5 years of solid recruitment & investment and good decision making to be in a position to consistently win football matches, see Brentford, that’s our model. 

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40 minutes ago, barrycowdrill said:

Anywhere in those will do for me tbh 

Yeah, me too.  How anyone thought we'd be challenging the top 6 with our lack of strikers and squad depth is anyone's guess.  Happy where we are, just need a goal and a win Saturday to stop a poor run becoming a real concern. 

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5 minutes ago, onefinfrandsen said:

Maybe when John is fit play him at right back, back to basics Saturday 1-0 win

No chance. I honestly can’t recall him using his right foot. He is one of those players who relies heavily on his dominant foot. Just watch him next time he plays

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