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|EU talks to continue|
at 11:51 13 Dec 2020
What more is there to talk about unless both sides are showing signs they may budge?
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|As I still want us to win tomorrow - what team would you put out?|
at 13:32 4 Dec 2020
For me, probably:
Donacien - Woolfenden - Chambers - Ward
Lankester - McGavin - Judge - Dobra
Jackson - Hawkins
Substitutes: Holy, Kenlock, McGuinness, Nolan, Gibbs, Drinan, Simpson
If Nolan is fit to start - which he clearly wasn’t on Tuesday - we could go with a 433, with him replacing Dobra.
[Post edited 4 Dec 2020 14:54]
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|The only out...?|
at 22:42 3 Dec 2020
Evans states that our form went downhill when our injury count increased. What happens if we keep losing with a fit first XI? On the downside, what happens if we can never get a fit first XI on the pitch?
|Evans blames the fans for relegation, doesn’t he?|
at 22:26 3 Dec 2020
“The manager, coaching staff, captain and players are all doing everything that I have asked of them in building a foundation for the future and as long as I see progress being made I will not be swayed into making the mistakes neatly summed up by the term ‘be careful what you wish for’ which caused our demise a couple of years ago.”
In other words - If YOU hadn’t forced Mick out we would still be in the Championship. YOU forced me to get rid of him. I’M not about to get rid of a manager who has us in the play offs because YOU’RE whining about him; look what happened the last time I followed YOUR lead.
|So which poor sod is going to be given to the press pre-Plymouth?|
at 23:28 1 Dec 2020
“You’re one of he guys that the players have got a gripe with because of the negativity you write is incredible,” Lambert responded.
“I don’t read your stuff. You’re probably better hearing it from them. But they’re certainly not happy with you. And I get it because the negativity attached to it is incredible.”
I wonder how whoever it is will respond to the inevitable first question about whether the players have a gripe with the press and therefore the fans?
|One question - does Lambert seriously think there is a way back from that...|
at 22:17 1 Dec 2020
He’s gone from zero to worse than Mick after the Hull game - and Mick had to bear far more being thrown at him than Lambert ever has. It feels like the end game has begun and the only question is how long the club will be left rotting whilst the owner and manager play a sickening game of chicken.
[Post edited 1 Dec 2020 22:18]
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|Logically, the time to sack Lambert will be post Plymouth...|
at 13:53 29 Nov 2020
...as we’ll have a week between the matches to regroup. The question is what will happen if he pulls off a minor miracle and we get 6/6 from the next two? And can we afford to drop six points further behind our rivals if we lose both as expected?
|Team for Tuesday then...|
at 21:59 28 Nov 2020
On we go into the breach - it really is the charge of the Light Brigade...
Donacien - Woolfenden - Chambers - Ward
Dozzell - McGavin - Judge
Drinan - Hawkins - Jackson
Substitutes: Holy, Kenlock, McGuinness, Gibbs, Bennetts, Dobra, Lankester
No point dropping Cornell after one game; he was no better or worse than Holy. Woolfenden and McGuinness have both shown signs of declining form and, without Nsiala and Wilson, the only choice in terms of experience is to push Chambers across and bring Donacien in.
Judge probably had his best game for us in a while (/not saying much) in the middle and, with no Skuse, Downes, Nolan or Bishop, we'll lacking options. I don't think 4-4-2 would work with what we have available either - whatever we choose will be far too lightweight.
Front three pick themselves IMO though replace Drinan with Lankester if the former isn't ready for 90 minutes yet. I've put Dobra on the bench but I can't wait to see who the next player is to appear in the 18 over him.
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