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Re: Match Thread

By Puds (Chuds)30/1 23:39Tue Jan 30 23:39:50 2018In response to Re: Match Thread

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He and Conlon linked up nicely for a while, which is not at all surprising as they're the only two players who look to find space and want the ball at their feet. Then Sarll decided to swap Conlon and Kennedy so Conlon was on the opposite side to Amos and their link up stopped. Yet more evidence that Sarll is a clueless prick as if it was needed.

I enjoyed how, just like Saturday, TVC and Franks looked awful playing out of position (not either of their faults and Fraser looked decent again when put into his actual position).

I enjoyed the number of times Godden was offside yet again.

I also enjoyed how yet again we played with no tempo at all, even when 1-0 down at home with five minutes left there wasn't a single player with any sense of urgency or desire to get back into it.

I enjoyed how, yet again, we had no movement off the ball at all. Just like every game. Giving the player in possession no options at all. The number of times Amos received the ball, showed a great first touch and turned only to discover he had not a single option to pass to so had to pass it back (hooray, our sole gameplan, but it adds to the possession and passing stats, which are oh so important) or attempt a ball which just wasn't going to work.

Most of all I enjoyed how we spent all game lumping the ball forward to our short strikers who didn't stand a chance against their solid and tall defenders, but at no stage during the whole 90 minutes did we bother trying something different. Again, as with every week.

Accrington and Luton will be fun.