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Marriott Nets Four in Friendly
Monday, 28th Apr 2014 16:15

Jack Marriott netted four times and Byron Lawrence once as a Town development side beat Peterborough United 5-2 in a behind closed doors friendly at Nene Park Academy this afternoon.

The 19-year-old recently returned from his loan spell at Woking and could make his second senior appearance when the Blues complete their season with a game against Sheffield Wednesday at Portman Road on Saturday.

Joe Newell scored both goals for the home side, while ex-Posh striker Paul Taylor was in action for Town.

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coyb99 added 16:19 - Apr 28
Nothing to lose this last weekend of the season. Please mick, please, put him in the team against wednesday.
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CanadianBlue added 16:25 - Apr 28
Certainly deserves a run-out at the very least considering his form this season.
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Smithy added 16:26 - Apr 28
Give him his bow on Saturday
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essexboy added 16:30 - Apr 28
He has to play.It's that simple's.!
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Jon_456 added 16:33 - Apr 28
For me, MM has to start him. I dont see what 15-20 min substitute app will do for him. Nothing to play for may as well give him a run out and see how he does. Perhaps even TRY and play some passing football..?
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blueherts added 16:36 - Apr 28
HENSHALL AND MARIOTT IN THE STARTING LINE UP - NOWT TO LOSE
he could really kick on next season - lets hope
We have had quite afew strikers promise and not really deliver for us in recent years ( i will gloss over Rhodes !- thanks Keane !)
Hope he kicks on next season

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blueherts added 16:36 - Apr 28
HENSHALL AND MARIOTT IN THE STARTING LINE UP - NOWT TO LOSE
he could really kick on next season - lets hope
We have had quite afew strikers promise and not really deliver for us in recent years ( i will gloss over Rhodes !- thanks Keane !)
Hope he kicks on next season

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kuyski added 16:45 - Apr 28
Just give them a chance on saturday,nobody will moaning you!ok MM.
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FenboyBlue added 16:48 - Apr 28
That's super, Marriott.
Give him the last game.
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Michael11 added 16:59 - Apr 28
Should play instead of Williams on Saturday. Williams is a fantastic player but he's not our future, therefore that's who I'd drop to start Marriott. Really hope he's given a chance next season and not dumped out on loan again.
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jas0999 added 17:14 - Apr 28
Murphy as looked tired and out of form for he past three games. Give Marriott a go with nothing to play for.
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village_blue added 17:27 - Apr 28
Jaso999 you cant play Marriott instead of Murphy you need them to play together as a front pair after all we will be at home with nothing to play for also be good to see Henshall instead of Hunt.
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Tractamatt added 17:35 - Apr 28
I'd like to see Marriott, Henshall,Taylor and Williams start as I think a deal could be done in the summer for Williams if we sell Cresswell
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blueboy1981 added 17:47 - Apr 28
....... and he stayed on the bench when we needed GOALS on Saturday at Burnley !!!!

Marriot is another Rhodes - he will score at any level - remember my prediction.
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Seasider added 17:48 - Apr 28
How about Veseli as well,although expect he will find a place for Tabby as he must be devasted about not playing recently.If Hyam is fit and Woody then why not give them a go as well.Think Skues should be rested.
Wont affect promotion or relegation so Mick wont be able to use this excuse,so lets see what some of fringe players can do in a competitive first team game!
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blueboy1981 added 17:51 - Apr 28
A certain amount of optimism for next season if you include Taylor, Marriot, Hewitt etc; - and then you are faced with the fact that MM will never change his style of play.

Proof was there on Saturday - for everyone with a brain to see that it just will not happen.
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irishtim added 18:19 - Apr 28
Any idea what the full line up today was?
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Bown added 18:23 - Apr 28
why was it a behind door match
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Bown added 18:32 - Apr 28
phil do you know the full line up?
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Sindre94 added 18:38 - Apr 28
I think the game was behind closed doors as there were new youth players involved, trialists, or something like that!

Give marriott a chance on sat, please mick:)
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Lightningboy added 18:48 - Apr 28
For me it's a no-brainer to give Marriott 90 minutes saturday...unfortunately I can see Mick sticking with the usual suspects and trying to grind out 3 points.
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Langdon_Blue added 18:55 - Apr 28
I suspect he'll come on as sub rather than start. The Championship is a big step up from Non-League reserve games. Joining the game in the second half also gives him the upper hand as the Wednesday defenders would have already ran (hopefully) for an hour or so and Marriott will have fresh legs. That improves his chances of scoring which in turn would boost his confidence for next season.
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jas0999 added 19:23 - Apr 28
Village blue - point taken, but I'd still give Murphy a rest. Nouble and Marriott then. Main point is with nothing to lose, get Marriott in from the start.
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Bown added 20:16 - Apr 28
full line up please phil?
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blueboy1981 added 20:19 - Apr 28
........... careful boys - we must not create too much flair in our expectancy for next season.

All making the right noises and raising good points - but the Manager may well have 'other' ideas.

You know what I mean 'arry ........... !!!
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