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11 hours ago, Ash said:

Other players hoofing it is Tobias fault? Put him in a 2 and you’ll see a different player. Put Redshaw upfront on his own against 2, sometimes 3 defenders and you’ll also see a different player

Are you just trying to wind everyone up? 

It was there in black and white yesterday that TSS is not good enough for this league as we had a proper striker who did have 2/3 defenders on him almost everytime but he is that good he can actually take them on and pull them apart. Something TSS would never do in his career!! 

Redshaw pulls defenders all over the place, he was central then he was out wide he is class all over the pitch and when a 5ft4 guy holds it up better than the cauliflower arse we’ve had to put up with for weeks it just shows how poor he really. 

After that showing yesterday we can’t have Sho Silva back in the starting lineup simple. We created many more chances as well. Usually 1/2 chances when he’s up there but yesterday we had about 8/9 chances and played much better football on the ground

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Message to PW.

You were brave yesterday and your selection paid off. People who are good at their job learn from their mistakes. You need to learn from the mistakes of the last 2 1/2 months. Listen and listen carefully! DO NOT EVER PICK TSS IN THE STARTING LINE UP AGAIN. He is at best a willing sub but no more than that. Whilst we are on about willing subs. How the hell did Shaun McCousky ever get a loan deal with us. He is very much a poor mans TSS. Don`t even put him on the bench. Send him back from whence he came.

If you`re short of midfielders use a bit of imagination and put your best footballer in there (Ducky). Play Jamie Allen up front (he was pretty good yesterday) alongside Seb from Coronation Street. Trust Jacob to do a job and play him when he is fit. Danny Williams was brilliant yesterday. He has pace to burn and is skillful. 

There is enough talent in this squad to do a job but you have to get rid of the dross!

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Fantastic effort all round yesterday.
The desire was there. PW needs to ensure that desire remains for every match.

It’s a worry to me that should Redshaw lengthen his stay with us (I really really hope he does), the potential for his silky dribbling will be inhibited by an increasingly poor pitch. Rugger starts again on the 5th and we’ve seen time and again our wide men struggling to assert themselves when the surface isn’t consistent. Players take fewer chances when they could end up being made to look silly and become the target of boo boys.

At least Jack has a low sense of gravity and his touch is sublime. Let’s hope that he can do the business on a Shay pudding!

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3 hours ago, Luckybounce1 said:

Fantastic effort all round yesterday.
The desire was there. PW needs to ensure that desire remains for every match.

It’s a worry to me that should Redshaw lengthen his stay with us (I really really hope he does), the potential for his silky dribbling will be inhibited by an increasingly poor pitch. Rugger starts again on the 5th and we’ve seen time and again our wide men struggling to assert themselves when the surface isn’t consistent. Players take fewer chances when they could end up being made to look silly and become the target of boo boys.

At least Jack has a low sense of gravity and his touch is sublime. Let’s hope that he can do the business on a Shay pudding!

Paul Hendrie could do it on a far worse pitch then we will ever see again, no problem for a skillful modern day player in carpet slippers

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1 hour ago, Shayite 432 said:

Paul Hendrie could do it on a far worse pitch then we will ever see again, no problem for a skillful modern day player in carpet slippers

One for you oldies.Yesterday someone compared JR to Willie Carlin. Your thoughts on that one please.

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3 minutes ago, shaymanandy said:

One for you oldies.Yesterday someone compared JR to Willie Carlin. Your thoughts on that one please.

Spot on I think Willie Carlin scored 22 goals one season from midfield  Willie probably more stronger in tackle but JR has a hell of a shot in him

 

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21 hours ago, Kay Shay-ra Shay-Ra said:
20 minutes ago, shaymanandy said:

One for you oldies.Yesterday someone compared JR to Willie Carlin. Your thoughts on that one please.

Well if he has the same thoughts as Willie he will never sign as he did not want to join us and say´s it´s the worst move he ever made.

 

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6 hours ago, TJAshton said:

Are you just trying to wind everyone up? 

It was there in black and white yesterday that TSS is not good enough for this league as we had a proper striker who did have 2/3 defenders on him almost everytime but he is that good he can actually take them on and pull them apart. Something TSS would never do in his career!! 

Redshaw pulls defenders all over the place, he was central then he was out wide he is class all over the pitch and when a 5ft4 guy holds it up better than the cauliflower arse we’ve had to put up with for weeks it just shows how poor he really. 

After that showing yesterday we can’t have Sho Silva back in the starting lineup simple. We created many more chances as well. Usually 1/2 chances when he’s up there but yesterday we had about 8/9 chances and played much better football on the ground

Ash is the same as Pete Wild was. People on here have been saying exactly who the problem was for months and also saying we'd start winning when that player was removed from the team. Pete Wild had the decency to finally accept his stupidity some people though just refuse to admit they are wrong, and admit that not for the first time the know it alls on here. Were right yet again. 

Redshaw was everything Tobi wasnt. Stood up. Took people on. Held onto the ball. Proof also that you do not need a target man in this league. If you have a man who comes towards the ball and retains it that helps to start an attack and also reduces pressure on the defense by retaining the ball in the attacking half. 

Now i'm not saying we wont lose games with Redshaw upfront, we will win far far more though.

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2 hours ago, Greggs said:

Ash is the same as Pete Wild was. People on here have been saying exactly who the problem was for months and also saying we'd start winning when that player was removed from the team. Pete Wild had the decency to finally accept his stupidity some people though just refuse to admit they are wrong, and admit that not for the first time the know it alls on here. Were right yet again. 

Redshaw was everything Tobi wasnt. Stood up. Took people on. Held onto the ball. Proof also that you do not need a target man in this league. If you have a man who comes towards the ball and retains it that helps to start an attack and also reduces pressure on the defense by retaining the ball in the attacking half. 

Now i'm not saying we wont lose games with Redshaw upfront, we will win far far more though.

Exactly Redshaw held the ball up better than a man who’s over 6ft tall and he’s what 5ft4. He drags defenders all over the place. 

Now if we start Redshaw and not Tobi atleast we know we will have a better chance 

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11 hours ago, TJAshton said:

Are you just trying to wind everyone up? 

It was there in black and white yesterday that TSS is not good enough for this league as we had a proper striker who did have 2/3 defenders on him almost everytime but he is that good he can actually take them on and pull them apart. Something TSS would never do in his career!! 

Redshaw pulls defenders all over the place, he was central then he was out wide he is class all over the pitch and when a 5ft4 guy holds it up better than the cauliflower arse we’ve had to put up with for weeks it just shows how poor he really. 

After that showing yesterday we can’t have Sho Silva back in the starting lineup simple. We created many more chances as well. Usually 1/2 chances when he’s up there but yesterday we had about 8/9 chances and played much better football on the ground

Not strictly true this is it. Wasn’t just a TSS for Redshaw change yesterday was a complete formation change. We played with 2 centre forwards and a CAM to support these. TSS never been partnered up top from the start I don’t think only has King as CAM behind him who tends to drop deep to recieve the ball and leave TSS isolated on his own. If TSS plays he needs a partner imo. I’m not saying he is as good as Redshaw of course but to say he isn’t good enough for this league is harsh imo. 

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26 minutes ago, Shergar4 said:

Not strictly true this is it. Wasn’t just a TSS for Redshaw change yesterday was a complete formation change. We played with 2 centre forwards and a CAM to support these. TSS never been partnered up top from the start I don’t think only has King as CAM behind him who tends to drop deep to recieve the ball and leave TSS isolated on his own. If TSS plays he needs a partner imo. I’m not saying he is as good as Redshaw of course but to say he isn’t good enough for this league is harsh imo. 

Just leave them believing they were right, its easier that way.

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Have we ever tried McAlinden up front? If not, why?! One thing missing from our super performance against Chesterfield was bodies in the box. Get our top scorer (?) right up front with Redshaw! 

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4 minutes ago, Che Bentos said:

Have we ever tried McAlinden up front? If not, why?! One thing missing from our super performance against Chesterfield was bodies in the box. Get our top scorer (?) right up front with Redshaw! 

Had similar thoughts myself, don't think we get the best out of McAlinden stuck out wide left.

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19 minutes ago, greygoose said:

Just leave them believing they were right, its easier that way.

It has been proved right over several performances, if you want to carry on with your head up your rear end, carry on.

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10 minutes ago, Shaytrev said:

It has been proved right over several performances, if you want to carry on with your head up your rear end, carry on.

You don't have the capacity for the discussion Trev.

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55 minutes ago, greygoose said:

Just leave them believing they were right, its easier that way.

Ah the facts were right in front your eyes. Just can't handle being wrong as per usual. Thick or what. You might understand football one day. 

TSS is conference north. As is the last player you couldn't see was the problem in Denton. Funnily enough in both cases results started coming when they were removed from the team and the latter was mocked by his own fans yesterday before he even got on the pitch. 

Hopefully Wild continues to pick the right team. If only he'd of opened his eyes 2 months back we wouldn't be playing catch up

Turns out you don't need a physical presence up front in this league, wonder who said that as well. Go figure 

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12 hours ago, TJAshton said:

Are you just trying to wind everyone up? 

It was there in black and white yesterday that TSS is not good enough for this league as we had a proper striker who did have 2/3 defenders on him almost everytime but he is that good he can actually take them on and pull them apart. Something TSS would never do in his career!! 

Redshaw pulls defenders all over the place, he was central then he was out wide he is class all over the pitch and when a 5ft4 guy holds it up better than the cauliflower arse we’ve had to put up with for weeks it just shows how poor he really. 

After that showing yesterday we can’t have Sho Silva back in the starting lineup simple. We created many more chances as well. Usually 1/2 chances when he’s up there but yesterday we had about 8/9 chances and played much better football on the ground

Redshaw is football league standard. Unfair to compare really.

We played a different system yesterday.

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13 minutes ago, Erik Everhard said:

Redshaw is football league standard. Unfair to compare really.

We played a different system yesterday.

Yes and that different system worked without TSS in it. Guaranteed it doesn't work with him in it because your adding back in the long ball element and since he doesn't win headers and doesn't retain the ball. Everything breaks down no matter how close someone is  

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30 minutes ago, Greggs said:

Ah the facts were right in front your eyes. Just can't handle being wrong as per usual. Thick or what. You might understand football one day. 

TSS is conference north. As is the last player you couldn't see was the problem in Denton. Funnily enough in both cases results started coming when they were removed from the team and the latter was mocked by his own fans yesterday before he even got on the pitch. 

Hopefully Wild continues to pick the right team. If only he'd of opened his eyes 2 months back we wouldn't be playing catch up

Turns out you don't need a physical presence up front in this league, wonder who said that as well. Go figure 

Your so caught up in your hatred for a player that once again you don't even read others posts.

The change of formation won us the game yesterday along with Jack Redshaws performamce.

Do you really believe anyone thinks Redshaw is not  better than TSS?

You think that just dropping TSS won us the game but dont recognise the many other changes made to the team, which shows your desperate lack of knowledge. 

As for Denton i never thought he was that good tbh but we haven't had much better since and he didnt deserve the stick he recieved at the time. Don't follow him that closely these days (unlike you who still hates him) but i thought the only time Chesterfield looked like scoring was when he came on. A nice round of applause for him whilst warming up aswell, hope you joined in?

 

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23 minutes ago, Greggs said:

Yes and that different system worked without TSS in it. Guaranteed it doesn't work with him in it because your adding back in the long ball element and since he doesn't win headers and doesn't retain the ball. Everything breaks down no matter how close someone is  

A FL standard striker was always going to play better. That's what Redshaw is.

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22 minutes ago, Greggs said:

Yes and that different system worked without TSS in it. Guaranteed it doesn't work with him in it because your adding back in the long ball element and since he doesn't win headers and doesn't retain the ball. Everything breaks down no matter how close someone is  

This post says it all: TSS doesn't win headers and can't retain the ball. 

We asked too much of TSS, especially playing up front on his own, but he certainly can't hold the ball up, his first touch hasn't been as good as it was early season. Both Redshaw and Allen held the ball up yesterday which allowed us to attack and not be countered. 

 

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But dont write TSS off, he's an athlete and he needs to learn. The problem is up until a game back he appeared to be the first name on the team sheet. Well done PW for having a Plan B. 

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4 minutes ago, shaymen_x said:

This post says it all: TSS doesn't win headers and can't retain the ball. 

We asked too much of TSS, especially playing up front on his own, but he certainly can't hold the ball up, his first touch hasn't been as good as it was early season. Both Redshaw and Allen held the ball up yesterday which allowed us to attack and not be countered. 

 

They are both different and better strikers than TSS.

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