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Re: Match thread

By Puds (Chuds)27/1 17:47Sat Jan 27 17:47:41 2018In response to Match thread

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The usual lame performance, especially away. As you say, two awful sides.

No tempo or intensity, no creativity, no cohesion, nobody moving into space or making runs (Newton aside) nobody wanting the ball, no obvious plan, poor and dull again.

Don't get me wrong, a huge and vital win, but let us not kid ourselves this is us 'turning a corner' or a 'great win' or 'great performance'.

We got lucky. Two away wins in any competition in four months and both because of goalkeeping blunders.

He was forced into two of the subs through injury but what the hell was that third one about? Bringing on Wilko to lead the line?! He won one header and put them in attacking us dangerously through an appalling pass. Fraser also looked lost and out of place all game when playing in front of the back four. TVC also got roasted all day at LB.

Bar the result, by far the biggest positive today was Conlon. Found space, wanted the ball, linked up play well, looked like he wanted it. One poor flick that nearly put us in trouble on the edge of our area mind.

Finally. Their fans are utter cretins.

We won. YAY!

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