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January 28, 2016, 03:49:08 AM
Reply #30


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They scored starlight after the first goal. They were all over us and the goal was inevitable.

Honestly, that was nothing about luck. We got beat by a better side, but when you have a 2 goal advantage you should be seeing it out.

At least take it to extra time.

January 28, 2016, 04:01:27 AM
Reply #31


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Mori was great tonight and has been since he came here.

He'll be dropped for an underperforming Coleman and an underperforming stones will partner and underperforming jags, infront of an underperforming Howard.
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January 28, 2016, 05:17:03 PM
Reply #32


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we did ok, but were beaten by a better team...which we knew going in...but that, rightly, didn't stop us  hoping.

if we'd lost to barrow, the vitriol might be justified.

it's madness to be blaming anybody.

The vitriol is justified imo.

Take the game into context. Look at the 90 minutes as a whole, and look at how the managers decisions in game cost us and how the same mistakes appeared yet again.

His subs were ridiculous and made us completely lose our shape to such a point we didn't have a spell of possession for the last 30 minutes.

Fair enough we lost to the better team. But we had a 2 goal advantage and yet again threw it away.