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Straw clutching but... 09:32 - Dec 2 with 1317 viewsBenno1960

Jackson had 3 good chances?
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Straw clutching but... on 09:36 - Dec 2 with 1309 viewswkj

IMO Jackson makes Priskin look like deal of the decade - He is clearly a player out of his depth at this level, that transfer was the beginning of my suspicion that Hurst might be a bad idea.

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Straw clutching but... on 09:56 - Dec 2 with 1255 viewsCheltenham_Blue

You saw what he did with all three right?

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Straw clutching but... on 10:24 - Dec 2 with 1226 viewsVaughan8

Yeah but he scored a gift against West Brom so that means he's good again in some people's eyes.

This team is in the wrong league. I think it would be an mid table in league one.....

Jackson's record previously is hardly brilliant. How we got mugged with £1.5m or whatever it is is beyond belief. Same can be said about a few other summer signings.....
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Straw clutching but... on 10:58 - Dec 2 with 1199 viewsWD19

Just a reminder that with an in-form Murphy or Waghorn yesterday’s result would likely have been different. As Anderson was saying on the commentary, the most important thing at his level is good strikers with 8 other blokes working hard behind.
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Straw clutching but... on 11:21 - Dec 2 with 1157 viewsNo9

Straw clutching but... on 10:58 - Dec 2 by WD19

Just a reminder that with an in-form Murphy or Waghorn yesterday’s result would likely have been different. As Anderson was saying on the commentary, the most important thing at his level is good strikers with 8 other blokes working hard behind.


Paul Anderson played in MM's hoofball team
We had enough of that.
Change will not come overnight & presently PL is trying to turn a hoofball set of players into a football team.
It won't happen overnight
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Straw clutching but... on 11:23 - Dec 2 with 1151 viewsTIB

Didn't Jackson play out wide a lot for Accrington? He hassles defenders and gives 110% but he's not right to be leading line like he was yesterday.

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Straw clutching but... on 11:26 - Dec 2 with 1139 viewsLankHenners

Straw clutching but... on 11:21 - Dec 2 by No9

Paul Anderson played in MM's hoofball team
We had enough of that.
Change will not come overnight & presently PL is trying to turn a hoofball set of players into a football team.
It won't happen overnight


The team Paul Anderson played in finished in the playoffs.

Barring Sears (who's been the stand-out performer) the attacking outfit is all Hurst's players.

Whilst it won't happen overnight we're not really in the position for things to take a while to happen.

Apart from all that you're, as usual, spot on.

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Straw clutching but... on 09:56 - Dec 3 with 899 viewsconnorscontract

Straw clutching but... on 11:21 - Dec 2 by No9

Paul Anderson played in MM's hoofball team
We had enough of that.
Change will not come overnight & presently PL is trying to turn a hoofball set of players into a football team.
It won't happen overnight


Anderson played in Mick's high press team. It really wasn't goofball. It was, however, reliant on having at least one quick defender as we were vulnerable on the counter-attack. When Mings went, and was replaced by the noticeably less speedy Knudsen, we were no longer able to play high press.

Instead Mick switched to a Plan A of making us a coubter-attacking team. But injuries to Fraser and Williams, in particular, left us without the pace up-front to play this way. So a slow defence, static midfield and only averagely quick forward line led to hoofball as his Plan B.
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Straw clutching but... on 10:59 - Dec 3 with 844 viewsBullardsMagicMullet

Straw clutching but... on 09:56 - Dec 2 by Cheltenham_Blue

You saw what he did with all three right?


Even the super biased Brian Knights would of struggled to turn the current predicament into any positive.

The miss with just the keeper to beat when he scuffed it miles wide was the worst.

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Straw clutching but... on 13:35 - Dec 3 with 769 viewsshoopdelang

Straw clutching but... on 09:56 - Dec 3 by connorscontract

Anderson played in Mick's high press team. It really wasn't goofball. It was, however, reliant on having at least one quick defender as we were vulnerable on the counter-attack. When Mings went, and was replaced by the noticeably less speedy Knudsen, we were no longer able to play high press.

Instead Mick switched to a Plan A of making us a coubter-attacking team. But injuries to Fraser and Williams, in particular, left us without the pace up-front to play this way. So a slow defence, static midfield and only averagely quick forward line led to hoofball as his Plan B.


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