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|Hard to make too big a judgement from that|
at 19:17 9 Nov 2019
with so many changes, obviously we grew into the game
I felt the back four considering it was much changed did alright
Donacien looked perfectly fine, he is surely our next best option with Vincent-Young out?
Kenlock did fine and got better
Nsiala actually didn't have that bad a game despite giving away the penalty. He looks like the kind of centre back who is better when a team pushes up the pitch
Wilson was dependable as always
The midfield grew into the game, Downes is quality, Huw's got better as the game went on and Dozzell once he came inside looked a lot better. He isn't much cop on the wing.
Keane is still getting back to his best and didn't have the best game, he really needs a partner who he can work with, Dobra worked hard but he wasn't quite close enough to Keane at times. He looked far more comfortable drifting down the wing. Keane would probably work quite well with Jackson.
Georgiou is quality and had a decent second half, I felt Kenlock, Huws, Dozzell and himself really began to link up well down the left.
Lincoln were solid, organised and dangerous on the counter but you can see why they have dropped down the table. They have some decent players but are well beatable. I'd expect out first choice side to beat them quite comfortably.
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|So this Rees-Mogg Clanger|
at 17:44 6 Nov 2019
up there with Milliband and his bacon butty eating?
The Tories have basically fallen straight into the Labour Party's People versus the Rich narrative through sheer incompetence
To top that off, Day One virtually of Dominic Cummings digital strategy has been exposed with this idiotic attack video in the style Leave.EU have been getting away for years without many complaints, partly because they were preaching to the converted. It's a bit different when people from other areas see it.
As Campaign Launch days go, it really has been shambolic!
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|First I've seen of us this season|
at 20:38 17 Sep 2019
Good in possession, some excellent ball retention, played at a good tempo coupled with some high intensity pressing
We looked like a Premier League side for the first 10 minutes dominating a minnow
The team still resorts to the odd meaningless punt when they could continue zipping the ball about quite comfortably, perhaps a hangover from Hurst and McCarthy?
We haven't created a great deal but when we do get it around the box, we look dangerous
The injury to Norwood has certainly effected the system with Keane less able to press as effectively
Kane Vincent-Young looks like a hell of a bit of business, comfortably the best player on the pitch
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at 18:56 14 Aug 2019
Look East Presenter you had one job
Get our player's name right!
|Yes we have named a poor side|
at 20:33 13 Aug 2019
but that Luton attack looks pretty reasonable on paper
Izzy Brown and Lua Lua in particular should both be very decent Championship players?
|Why have we just sold a Â£750k player|
at 18:21 21 Jun 2019
to a rival for Â£300k under last year's fee?
Seems like a pretty bad bit of business to me, whether we wanted him gone or not
They're about to yield a decent kitty from the Clarke transfer too
Have Pompey factored that into the fee with the sell on fee coming our way?
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|It's going to be a real shame to see Derby lose the play-off final|
at 22:11 15 May 2019
I thought a mini pitch invasion had happened but it just turned out to be craply dressed overpaid members of Derby's bloated squad (Nugent et al).
What absolute sh1thouses
Lampard is fine but Derby are a bunch of vvankers, the sheer money they have chucked at promotion is really really annoying. It is hilarious to see them bottling it year on year.
|Norwich City promoted on a budget|
at 19:30 29 Apr 2019
They are slightly rewriting history here
They spent about Â£15 million last season on transfer fees and around Â£5 million this season
Granted they have recouped those fees in sales but to say they have done this on the cheap is a little misleading
Fair play, they have built a decent side but it certainly isn't quite a Sheffield United scenario
|Looking down at League One and League Two|
at 20:41 13 Apr 2019
Colchester and Southend are going to mess it up
We could have had some nice local fixtures in there but neither are looking likely to be there next season
|Make of this what you will|
at 00:02 11 Apr 2019
I'm not sure who my friend has been speaking to but they reckon that the season ticket announcement is going to be half price season tickets for current season ticket holders
They also reckon the comments from Lambert the other week were because Evans wasn't prepared to give him any money for a striker. Evans has reluctantly agreed to give him the cash now, hence the change in tone from Lambert.
They seemed very confident this was the case anyway so we will see.
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|Wolves really are a quality outfit|
at 17:25 7 Apr 2019
they may have bought their way to their current success but as Derby have proved, it is just as easy to continually waste that investment
Whoever is involved at the top there, certainly knows what they are doing
Next year they could quite easily push for the top five!
|Que Sera Sera|
at 16:51 6 Apr 2019
What the end words to the song we are singing? It sounds good, whatever it is
Finally an away win, against a side who could send still fold but they all count
Bring on next season
|I missed the first 20 mins|
at 20:21 12 Mar 2019
so all I have seen is us being physically bullied by the far bigger Brizzle side
Were we really actually decent for the first 20?
|The sooner this season is over the better|
at 17:00 23 Feb 2019
What a terrible season! I do think Lambert has started to turn it around but it is all far too late, nothing is going to fall for us.
Bring on League One where our fortunes should turn around if nothing else.
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