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Norwood 21:51 - Jan 28 with 922 viewsKeaneish

Love him as a footballer because he’s prepared to gamble. Other than that and Downes performance my sentiments are the same as the rest of this forum tonight.

For a side with so much talent, we showed no composure epitomised by Huws who, along with Edwards and the anonymous Judge were woeful tonight.

The most long ball display I can ever remember from a Town side. P*ss poor.

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Norwood on 21:52 - Jan 28 with 899 viewsMrTown

Genuinely couldn’t have mirrored my feelings anymore if you had tried.

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Norwood on 21:56 - Jan 28 with 860 viewsGarv

The lack of anyone bothering to follow in summed us up.

Whether it's lackadaisical or lazy, they looked like they didn't give a monkeys tonight. Even the lack of anyone geeing up teammates or trying to get some momentum going, there was nothing whatsoever to admire about that. I wanted Chambers to throttle someone!

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Norwood on 22:08 - Jan 28 with 762 viewsRomeo4

Norwood would be one of the first names on the team sheet each week for me. Ok he frustrates me with the amount of free kicks he concedes and he misses some of his chances but he makes things happen and always gives the opposition a hard time.
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Norwood on 22:14 - Jan 28 with 723 viewsTown_Boy

Without a doubt lambert will start Keane again on Saturday..

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Norwood on 22:17 - Jan 28 with 693 viewsRomeo4

Norwood on 22:14 - Jan 28 by Town_Boy

Without a doubt lambert will start Keane again on Saturday..


Keane in behind Norwood and Jackson maybe but he doesn’t offer enough as part of a front 2 for me.
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Norwood on 22:23 - Jan 28 with 655 viewsGarv

Norwood on 22:14 - Jan 28 by Town_Boy

Without a doubt lambert will start Keane again on Saturday..


Wouldn't be a bad thing, Keane is a good player.

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Norwood on 22:25 - Jan 28 with 633 viewsKeaneish

Norwood on 22:23 - Jan 28 by Garv

Wouldn't be a bad thing, Keane is a good player.


I thought Keane was excellent Saturday. It was more one for Norwood tonight though. A bit more hustle to pressure that weak back line.

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Norwood on 22:25 - Jan 28 with 632 viewsHerbivore

Keane and Jackson both do a lot of their work outside the box. A few times tonight we got the ball in the final third and had no striker in the box. Keane is a very good player but for me our best partnership is still Norwood and Jackson.

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Norwood on 22:28 - Jan 28 with 610 viewsChalo-bah

Norwood on 21:56 - Jan 28 by Garv

The lack of anyone bothering to follow in summed us up.

Whether it's lackadaisical or lazy, they looked like they didn't give a monkeys tonight. Even the lack of anyone geeing up teammates or trying to get some momentum going, there was nothing whatsoever to admire about that. I wanted Chambers to throttle someone!


I want to throttle Chambers.

I promise you, he doesn't know his arse from his elbow.

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Norwood on 22:34 - Jan 28 with 577 viewsRomeo4

Norwood on 22:25 - Jan 28 by Herbivore

Keane and Jackson both do a lot of their work outside the box. A few times tonight we got the ball in the final third and had no striker in the box. Keane is a very good player but for me our best partnership is still Norwood and Jackson.


Agree. Jackson and Norwood in tandem have looked our best option. Their movement is excellent and they cause opposing defences problems with their pace and more direct threat.

when Keane plays up front he tends to take up positions which force his partner to make runs out of goal scoring areas. Hes a good footballer but he can’t lead the line and certainly can’t play as a target man or foil for a partner. His best role for me would be as a number 10 in behind the front 2. But I’d still prefer Judge or Bish in that position.
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