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Your Report added at 18:50:48
Samuel and Moore : surely the worst front pairing of all time?
Your Report added at 17:53:33
Watched this on Sky, and while not as painful as previous TV appearances, we were still over-run for most of the game and did very well to nick a point. I still feel that the barometer for how the team will play is whether or not Skuse is in the team : he doesn't have a positive thought in him, which is no doubt why McCarthy loves him so much : a man after his own heart.
Apart from the glaring error for their goal, I thought Bart was excellent ; McGoldrick had some nice touches ; Spence put in a super cross for our goal ; Knudsen took it well ; and Smith looked on pace when he came on. As for everyone else, very very poor. Chambers and Ward were both playing, apparently, but I'm not convinced either touched the ball ; Berra is past it ; Sears was a spare part ; Huws was anonymous ; Diagouraga and Moore when brought on might as well have stayed on the bench for all that they contributed : Moore seemed to crock himself on his first jump and looks what he is - someone who couldn't get into the team in the Conference.
Your Report added at 14:50:32
I shouted "Yes" when Stinkin' Lincoln scored : not because I wanted them to win, though they deserved to, but because it meant we were saved another 30 minutes of that tripe. Holby is back tonight, luckily.
Your Report added at 23:05:23
Another excellent performance from our brave boys, led by the master tactician, especially where dynamic galvanising substitutions are concerned. The sight of Luke Varney trudging onto the field must frighten the life out of the opposition defence ; then there's the only footballer made out of feathers, Teddy Bishop. I'm really not going to watch this stuff anymore, even for free.
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