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TheBeat100Caps added 22:06 - Apr 5
Watching paint dry is more exciting!
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Smithy added 22:29 - Apr 5
Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

No excuses this was awful and unacceptable, time to start blooding the kids
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HadleighBlue added 22:30 - Apr 5
Woeful, bloody woeful !!!!
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harlingblue added 00:30 - Apr 6
We have lost our way. There is no longer any pattern to our play, constant changing of team formation to match the opposition, often inferior teams, seems to have confused the players and along with team selection baffled and bored hardened supporters.
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blue75 added 07:33 - Apr 6
Boring boring ipswich
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ChrisFelix added 08:16 - Apr 6
£35 to watch this, value for money.NO
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rickw added 08:35 - Apr 6
Earlier in the season I was a Douglas supporter but I hadn't seen Douglas play in a while and know he's been getting abuse here, so was interested to see for myself how he did - he was awful!!! At times he looked like he was in a daydream - he had no idea what was going on! He was slow, error prone, often anonymous - the only thing he seemed to want to do is to drop between the centre backs, pick the ball up from one of them and then play it square to another defender!!

To even things up a little Skuse was every bit as good as Douglas was bad! Skuse made several crucial interceptions/tackles and he used the ball well. Smith and Berra were also good and Knudsen was solid. Chambers is a good defender but too many moves break down when he gets into advanced areas...

Now the attack - Feeney seems clueless! He seemed to get the ball, run towards the corner flag, if he went past his man he'd stop, do a step-over and then try to go past him again! At one point a cross came over from the left everyone was at the front post, nobody at all at the back post - Feeney was waiting on his right hand touchline, got the ball, waited patiently for a defender to come over then hit the cross into him!

Pitman looked a threat playing in attack, then was moved to right midfield when McGoldrick came on and he looked lost! Sears was trying to make things happen he had success several times cutting in onto his right foot from the left, but then he kept trying it and by then they knew what he was going to do. Varney's energy was good and he won just about every header against defenders much bigger than him, he just wasn't a goal threat.....
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sixtyblue added 08:52 - Apr 6
Absolute dross
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