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So Sears is tonights scapegoat and all his fault. 21:54 - Nov 22 with 1098 viewsTerry_Nutkins

Ridiculous. He played ok.

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So Sears is tonights scapegoat and all his fault. on 22:36 - Nov 22 with 230 viewsReusersTown

So Sears is tonights scapegoat and all his fault. on 22:09 - Nov 22 by BraveDave

Sears deserves some criticism, but it borders on scapegoating to say it wasn't a great cross and Huws rescued it. If Huws had more confidence he could have scored himself as it fell almost perfectly for him.


No way was that meant for huws, knowing sears ability. Could have also crossed it to Celina in the same move who was just completely free in the middle of the area!
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So Sears is tonights scapegoat and all his fault. on 22:42 - Nov 22 with 213 viewsWicklowBlue

So Sears is tonights scapegoat and all his fault. on 22:09 - Nov 22 by BraveDave

Sears deserves some criticism, but it borders on scapegoating to say it wasn't a great cross and Huws rescued it. If Huws had more confidence he could have scored himself as it fell almost perfectly for him.


How is Huws going to score from that angle????
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So Sears is tonights scapegoat and all his fault. on 22:49 - Nov 22 with 206 viewsSpruceMoose

Why don't you just go ahead and marry him, Tezza.

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So Sears is tonights scapegoat and all his fault. on 22:50 - Nov 22 with 202 viewsghostofescobar

Looks completely bereft of confidence. On that form a League 1 player at best.

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So Sears is tonights scapegoat and all his fault. on 22:51 - Nov 22 with 195 viewsstevieg

So Sears is tonights scapegoat and all his fault. on 22:09 - Nov 22 by BraveDave

Sears deserves some criticism, but it borders on scapegoating to say it wasn't a great cross and Huws rescued it. If Huws had more confidence he could have scored himself as it fell almost perfectly for him.


Sears decicision making was poor in crucial situations but quite frankly we should have put that game to bed way before the end.We must learn to make more of our opportunities
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So Sears is tonights scapegoat and all his fault. on 22:52 - Nov 22 with 195 viewsartsbossbeard

So Sears is tonights scapegoat and all his fault. on 22:01 - Nov 22 by Hoppersblue10

TBH the cross was totally misread by Wednesday's defender, it was no more than a half decent cross into the box. Huws and Waghorn deserve all the credit for the goal, take your Sears tinted specs off!


Crivens.

When scapegoating takes over your life.

You sad little cretin. Im guessing you're a tragic little nerd with a large and unjustified chip on your shoulder which results in a tragic amount of smugness to gain internet 'friends'
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So Sears is tonights scapegoat and all his fault. on 22:52 - Nov 22 with 195 viewsJonnosdreadlocks

MM decides tactics, formation, personnel. He never goes for the throat and when we do have one goal leads its very rare he encourages us to go on for more goals and but instead prefers us to 'shut up shop'. Trying to run down the clock with 8 minutes to go is not only naïve, stupid, negative its daft when we had at least three chances to cross for a third goal. If anyone is to be scapegoat it has to be the manager for imparting his negative mind set and tactics onto his players.

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So Sears is tonights scapegoat and all his fault. on 07:18 - Nov 23 with 130 viewsC_HealyIsAPleasure

So Sears is tonights scapegoat and all his fault. on 22:06 - Nov 22 by groovyASH

It's been 2 and a half seasons now, you cannot put 30 odd months down to poor confidence. We signed him on the wave of his best season in league 1 and his momentum gave us a good 6 months.


This, this, so much this

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So Sears is tonights scapegoat and all his fault. on 08:03 - Nov 23 with 114 viewspoppiesman

Yes Sears gave the ball away, but they still had about 90 yards to go upfield to score, we gave them far too much time on the ball, allowed them to get the cross in and keeper should have punched the cross clear instead of being stuck on his line. Sears was one of about 6 players guilty of allowing their equaliser.
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