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Dobra 16:54 - Dec 5 with 2275 viewsBLUEBEAT

He does actually make things happen and unnerves the opposition.

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Dobra on 16:55 - Dec 5 with 2061 viewsITFC_96

Only reason we won is because he was fouled often and made their red card happen to be honest

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Dobra on 16:56 - Dec 5 with 2034 viewsArnieM

I said exactly that on another forum. It always looks like somethings going to happen when he’s 9n the ball doesn’t it .

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Dobra on 16:56 - Dec 5 with 2012 viewsitfcjoe

Such a bigger impact on the games than Judge

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Dobra on 16:57 - Dec 5 with 1991 viewsNthsuffolkblue

Had his best game today. Was good to see him not reacting to be pushed and fouled.

I think he may well be one who if he plays regularly he will be a very good player.

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Dobra on 16:58 - Dec 5 with 1973 viewscatch74

Dobra on 16:56 - Dec 5 by ArnieM

I said exactly that on another forum. It always looks like somethings going to happen when he’s 9n the ball doesn’t it .


There’s another forum (sic)?

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Dobra on 16:59 - Dec 5 with 1938 viewsBryanPlug

He’s a fantastic little player

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Dobra on 17:01 - Dec 5 with 1910 viewsclive_baker

Dobra on 16:56 - Dec 5 by itfcjoe

Such a bigger impact on the games than Judge


A balanced side has a bit of both for me. They both did really well today IMO. Judge was much more assured on the ball than he has been, he's very street wise. Getting in the refs ear before the 2nd half, some of the interventions and balls he played in the latter stages just to kill the game etc compared with the raw exuberance of Dobra. But a team of Judge's will get you nowhere, Dobra's a wildcard and adds that bit of X factor. He was missing for long periods today but that'll come with experience, and when he did get the ball he looked to make things happen.

Good day at the office.

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Dobra on 17:02 - Dec 5 with 1878 viewsDublinBlue84

Dobra on 16:59 - Dec 5 by BryanPlug

He’s a fantastic little player


So good that Lambert was more concerned with playing stupid mind games with him rather than playing him for the last little while.

If he's a fantastic player then Lambert's an idiot for not picking him before now. You can't have it both ways.

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Dobra on 17:06 - Dec 5 with 1830 viewsRocky

He's a brilliant little player - must be a nightmare to play against.
Why has Lambert taken so long to see that?
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Dobra on 17:09 - Dec 5 with 1804 viewsstrikalite

Dobra on 17:02 - Dec 5 by DublinBlue84

So good that Lambert was more concerned with playing stupid mind games with him rather than playing him for the last little while.

If he's a fantastic player then Lambert's an idiot for not picking him before now. You can't have it both ways.


Spot on, just winds me up even more knowing he did well today, all we've ever asked for is for him to get some game time from the bench, he's perfect to come on with 20 minutes to go, it beggars belief that a man with Lambert's experience can't see this..
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Dobra on 17:15 - Dec 5 with 1715 viewsBryanPlug

Dobra on 17:02 - Dec 5 by DublinBlue84

So good that Lambert was more concerned with playing stupid mind games with him rather than playing him for the last little while.

If he's a fantastic player then Lambert's an idiot for not picking him before now. You can't have it both ways.


I don’t give a cr4p what Lambert think as of him. I think he’s a great little player.

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That's his first effective League apperance.. on 17:16 - Dec 5 with 1714 viewsunstableblue

.. he's stuggled before, I think by trying too hard. Could be a BIG player now, especially if Edwards and Bishop continue to struggle

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Dobra on 17:45 - Dec 5 with 1599 viewswoiii

Dobra on 16:59 - Dec 5 by BryanPlug

He’s a fantastic little player


He's got a great touch, doesn't give the ball away, gets his foot on the ball and is very determined. Love him.
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That's his first effective League apperance.. on 18:11 - Dec 5 with 1514 viewsitfcjoe

That's his first effective League apperance.. on 17:16 - Dec 5 by unstableblue

.. he's stuggled before, I think by trying too hard. Could be a BIG player now, especially if Edwards and Bishop continue to struggle


It’s only his second start

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Dobra on 18:33 - Dec 5 with 1428 viewslmfcblue

Dobra on 17:09 - Dec 5 by strikalite

Spot on, just winds me up even more knowing he did well today, all we've ever asked for is for him to get some game time from the bench, he's perfect to come on with 20 minutes to go, it beggars belief that a man with Lambert's experience can't see this..


Lambert would rather have strikers on the bench knowing he was only going to play one up front than have Dobra on the bench!
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Dobra on 18:35 - Dec 5 with 1420 viewsITFC_96

Dobra on 17:45 - Dec 5 by woiii

He's got a great touch, doesn't give the ball away, gets his foot on the ball and is very determined. Love him.
[Post edited 5 Dec 2020 17:45]


And when he does lose the ball, he somehow manages to run about 25 yards and get it back about half the time

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Dobra on 19:43 - Dec 5 with 1325 viewsBugs

Dobra on 18:35 - Dec 5 by ITFC_96

And when he does lose the ball, he somehow manages to run about 25 yards and get it back about half the time


As someone on radio Suffolk said he isn't a lazy attacking player, he works his socks off.
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That's his first effective League apperance.. on 21:38 - Dec 5 with 1189 viewsunstableblue

That's his first effective League apperance.. on 18:11 - Dec 5 by itfcjoe

It’s only his second start


Dobras made 6 league appearances

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That's his first effective League apperance.. on 08:15 - Dec 6 with 1017 viewsitfcjoe

That's his first effective League apperance.. on 21:38 - Dec 5 by unstableblue

Dobras made 6 league appearances


He’d made 4 substitute appearances totalling less than 90 minutes in over 13 months before this week, he’s hardly had an opportunity to show anything so making out its first time he’s made an impact after a number of chances is a bit much

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Dobra on 08:37 - Dec 6 with 965 viewsArnieM

Not sure what Lambert was alluding to when he described Dobra as a “street footballer “ . Anyone know what he meant ?

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Dobra on 13:27 - Dec 6 with 823 viewsshady

Dobra on 08:37 - Dec 6 by ArnieM

Not sure what Lambert was alluding to when he described Dobra as a “street footballer “ . Anyone know what he meant ?


A street footballer is one who doesn't listen to coaches
and only follows his natural talents.

Hopefully he is so tough that he never gets injured.
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Dobra on 13:30 - Dec 6 with 819 viewsNthQldITFC

Dobra on 08:37 - Dec 6 by ArnieM

Not sure what Lambert was alluding to when he described Dobra as a “street footballer “ . Anyone know what he meant ?


Hopefully not that he'll be "street back an thu twunty-threes"

The only thing I know is that I might be wrong about everything else.
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Dobra on 13:41 - Dec 6 with 790 viewsjayessess

Dobra on 13:27 - Dec 6 by shady

A street footballer is one who doesn't listen to coaches
and only follows his natural talents.

Hopefully he is so tough that he never gets injured.


It's a weird one, because he's streets ahead of Bennetts on decision-making and match intelligence.

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Dobra on 16:16 - Dec 6 with 702 viewsPinewoodblue

Even if he isn’t starting he needs to be in the bench every game, you need someone eho can unnerve the opposition especially ially in th3 last quarter of the game.

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That's his first effective League apperance.. on 17:16 - Dec 6 with 638 viewsunstableblue

That's his first effective League apperance.. on 08:15 - Dec 6 by itfcjoe

He’d made 4 substitute appearances totalling less than 90 minutes in over 13 months before this week, he’s hardly had an opportunity to show anything so making out its first time he’s made an impact after a number of chances is a bit much


Pedant!!

I thought it was; he’s certainly got 100s of minutes with the senior cup games.

But surely you have to admit that in many games, he looked a bit green and was trying to hard. And you can understand why he wasn’t a starter....

But he should have been on the bench, and at the team photo. He’s in the blo0dy calendar

Yesterday he seemed to mature and was effective with the majority of what he did.

Exciting prospect, and necessary with edwards and Bishop out

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