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broseleyblue added 16:31 - Nov 29

Sold,workmanlike,resolute and whole-hearted. I thought Mcgoldrickplayed well all over the pitch. If he goes in January buy Vetokele with the money.
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Pilgrimblue added 16:59 - Nov 29

Bart was terrific and saved us from going behind in first half. Need JW and Bru back soon as poss plus of course Berra as Smithy wasn't at his best.
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StowTractorBoy added 17:34 - Nov 29

Havn't cel3brated a goal like that since Blackpool away last season. The roof nearly came off the Jimmy Seed stand. Our fans were really up for it today and were behind the team from start to finish. Chambo my man of the match - he was superb. Bart looks more confident with each game and long may it continue.
Great credit to all the lads today and the management who have created a great team spirit. MM seems to have the knack of sending teams out with great team spirit whatever the line up. Now for a good night out in London. Oh and well done Reading.
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BlueMachines added 17:42 - Nov 29

Noel Hunt is listed twice
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Lightningboy added 17:50 - Nov 29

Fantastic result though I thought we were heading for a 0-0 draw..team played well but have to say that McGoldrick had a nightmare,couldn't do anything right today apart from setting up the goal in the 95th minute..think he could've played til midnight and not scored though...well done Noel,welcome to ITFC lad.
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Kesblue66 added 20:04 - Nov 29

great win,bart great again.noel hunt.what a signing,mick can certainly pick out a player.keep it up lads then its top two.
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philpott2 added 21:39 - Nov 29

Thought Bialkowski was excellent.
Mings is far too casual, swinging his boot at and missing numerous times today, his control is so poor too......seems more determined in attack than defence, apart from the one blinding tackle. Chambers was best defender by far. Stephen Hunt worked really hard and made up for Tyrones lack of effort a number of times.
McGoldrick definitely didn't have his shooting boots on, but defensively and effort up and down the pitch was excellent.
The rest were no better than okay.
But three points fab....keep it going boys!!!
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Cakeman added 22:35 - Nov 29

Even match. Town did very well to keep out Charlton's lively attackers.
Excellent defending, dug in to then snatch all three points as Town finished the match strongly.
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Global_Blue added 01:58 - Nov 30

A fantastic three points, especially getting the goal when we did. But to be honest a draw would have been a fairer result - not that I'm complaining. Great team effort to defend really well and keep going to the very end. We need to improve though, particularly in midfield, if we're to keep getting the results for the rest of the season. Skuse is OK, but for me is not the strong, driving playmaker we need in the middle. Congrats to Noel Hunt - what a start to his Town career.
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14_true_blue added 09:23 - Nov 30

I was really impressed by Parr and Jay Tabb yesterday. Good win, COYB!
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Superblue95 added 10:53 - Nov 30

Couldn't agree more lightning boy Mcgoldrick had an absolute shocker today shooting was awful and gave the ball away with nearly every touch. Stephen Hunt was my man of the match worked tirelessly up and down the pitch created good opportunities and made a vital interception with 20 minutes left to stop us going 1 down, as for his brother what a great debut! Chambers parr and Anderson were good today and I thought Bialkowski looked very assured in goal. COYB
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Letchworth_Blue added 16:55 - Nov 30

Bart - excellent.
Parr - very good, excellent workrate and important tackles made.
Mings - slow. Not his best game today.
Smith - average at best. Need Berra back.
Chambers - solid, good display.
Ando - did ok.
Tabb - played bit too deep, but got better as game went on. Made some good tackles.
Skuse - waste of space. Didnt touch the ball for first 20 minutes. Too deep, too inneffective.
S.Hunt - did well, good deliveries.
Didz - worked hard.
Murphy - poorest game for a while. Normally wins everything in the air, but not today. Poor first touch.
N.Hunt - the messiah!
C. Sammon - wasted a superb chance. There surely are better loan strikers out there?
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MalcolmBaggio added 18:44 - Nov 30

I thought the mathc was goood
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htb added 20:41 - Nov 30

Best away game in a while amazing support havent been that happy in ages
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barry1230 added 08:55 - Dec 1

i was at game, people criticisng Mings! he was excellent! same for McG who altho his shooting was off! he was so involved in the 2nd half helping in pinning charlton back.
two good performances.
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weevil added 10:04 - Dec 1

I was there at a packed Jimmy Seed stand. Very jovial atmosphere throughout the game. So much so that when we scored, some poor soul in-front of us dislocated their shoulder celebrating too much!

McGoldrick was OK. He didn't track back as much as Murphy did who worked his socks off. Chambers was brilliant, Smith was OK, as was Mings.

It's good to see that other players pick up the slack when our star players aren't at their absolute best. Both Hunt's worked like troopers for the side. I didn't rate Anderson that much, and Skuse has a good game.
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Pendejo added 12:24 - Dec 1

I realise I only go to games on a rare occasional basis, but I must see a different game to some.
In terms of playing football on the deck this was the best I've seen us play for a long time. Tabb was tigerish in the tackle and I dare say Skuse did the job MM gave him to do. The only thing Murphy did "wrong" was that he did not score, put in plenty of effort. Mings may well have a hit a pass or two astray BUT he was the man to get across to RB when a Charlton player was about to pull the trigger.
Thought all the rest did their jobs but Bartman did a superb job when the defence was breached.

Final comment: Sammon - surely there are better players in the SIL?
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Kesblue66 added 15:47 - Dec 1

Prefer Noels hairstyle to Stephens.
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