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It seems that things have gone off the boil since the debacle against Halesowen. I know we got three points against Sutton but performances haven't got back to the levels they were before the Trophy match, this is why teams should go out to win every match. 

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Why on earth for goodness sake do we need a holding midfielder when we have 5 at the back. There were times today, when we were losing 2 0,  when we had 8 back marking 2 to 3 players. Ridiculous when

I'm reading through the threads and I'm disappointed guys. We werent good today, so what. Barrow lost at home, Harrogate dropped points, we are all having wobbles. Its that time of the season. Anyone

After all the drum beating and the rallying calls for the fans to get out there and make some noise, yesterday's atmosphere was very flat with little noise from the South Stand, where was the drummer?

6 minutes ago, Shaymen2008 said:

It seems that things have gone off the boil since the debacle against Halesowen. I know we got three points against Sutton but performances haven't got back to the levels they were before the Trophy match, this is why teams should go out to win every match. 

Sutton performance wasn’t much better than today. 1 chance created in open play since Sutton or even Bromley actually 

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Lets just write it off and move on, no point dwelling on a poor all round performance. We didn't have one good performer out there today. I still reckon Allen is a far better impact player than a starter. From minute 1 it was obvious that we needed to get the ball down on the ground and try pass through Woking. They had 3 big lads at the back that we were never going to beat in an aerial duel. and their No22, Jamar Loza was fantastic, he just took the pee out of our lads all afternoon. So lets just move on.

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Woking were clever. They went 1-0 up and then said let Brown and Clarke have the ball, which they did virtually all the second half, knowing that Matty and Nathan could not hurt them. Should have messed the game by throwing Matty up front and have  players around him in last 15. Felt sorry for Redshaw totally out of position

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2 minutes ago, thetalktrainer said:

Boys against men today. They old manned us. We need some experience in the middle of the park. Brown Rusty, and his pal Redshaw is being played way too deep. The only way we’re gunna get any joy today was someone speedy out wide. Sadly it didn’t happen. 

Allen should have been out wide, Redshaw in and around the box where he is dangerous. Both players wasted.

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1 minute ago, TommyH72 said:

Lets just write it off and move on, no point dwelling on a poor all round performance. We didn't have one good performer out there today. I still reckon Allen is a far better impact player than a starter. From minute 1 it was obvious that we needed to get the ball down on the ground and try pass through Woking. They had 3 big lads at the back that we were never going to beat in an aerial duel. and their No22, Jamar Loza was fantastic, he just took the pee out of our lads all afternoon. So lets just move on.

Bogey side, too soon after Tuesdays efforts.

Dirty tactics by Woking, another inept referee who only cottoned on to their cheating when it too late.

Forget it, move on and focus on Ebsfleet.

Some players lacking a bit of belief and unwilling to take the game to Woking. Need to sort that in the dressing room.

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Completely different game if Rodney scores that one on one where his touch was just a little bit too heavy for his own liking, but that shouldn't take away from how embarrassing today was. Big questions to ask of why our heads dropped immediately they went 1-0 up particularly after a week of Wild bigging up how this is a squad that never gives up

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6 minutes ago, quizmaster said:

Why on earth for goodness sake do we need a holding midfielder when we have 5 at the back. There were times today, when we were losing 2 0,  when we had 8 back marking 2 to 3 players. Ridiculous when we have no  one in midfield to pick up the clearance/second ball so just comes straight back relentlessly.

After about 60' today, when we were 'attacking, we had 4 back marking 1 attacker with J king stood in front of Maher at right back and he had to be told to get forward to provide some width. Incredulous.

I don't expect to win every game, even at home, but our non existent response in the second half was abject. Ok it could have been different if Staunton hadn't missed that free header from 3 yards early on but today was woeful. Our shape was all over the place. We played like one trick ponies. Its not rocket science that pressing the opposition and getting forward and backwards in numbers gets you out of this division. You don't need UEFA B certificates and Full Pro licenses to understand that. Rant over. I hope i feel better in the morning. 

You wont!!!!!!!!!:lol:

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10 minutes ago, Guido said:

Any thoughts?

So he should start a game to help the team start on the front foot instead of coming on when the team is on the back foot and struggling. Start with the best eleven. Rocket Science, Chapter one.

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36 minutes ago, Shaytrev said:

So he should start a game to help the team start on the front foot instead of coming on when the team is on the back foot and struggling. Start with the best eleven. Rocket Science, Chapter one.

We did bar one player. King. But the pitch is not really suitable for free flowing footballl is it? But you know best.

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1 minute ago, Shaymen0 said:

We did bar one player. King. But the pitch is not really suitable for free flowing footballl is it? But you know best.

So keep hoofing it in the air so our players can challenge defenders 6' 6" tall.

Strange how Woking played football on the same pitch.

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4 minutes ago, Shaytrev said:

So keep hoofing it in the air so our players can challenge defenders 6' 6" tall.

Strange how Woking played football on the same pitch.

Dead right. Some were moaning about the state of the pitch on Tuesday, but Sutton seemed to cope with it, as did Woking today. Poor selection and no apparent tactics did for us. They also seemed tired, which is ridiculous for a full-time team.

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2 minutes ago, Shaytrev said:

So keep hoofing it in the air so our players can challenge defenders 6' 6" tall.

Strange how Woking played football on the same pitch.

Woking did not play football at all they played anti football diving and cheating they had two shots on goal and scored them both. I’m not defending us because we were ****. But you wanted this team bar Cameron king. But you know best

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