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Royal welsh red 18th March 2018 18.58:41

Re: Woking (A) reaction thread
 
[QUOTE=Dstanley;2125197]Looking at the bbc teams for the woking game, I was surprised to see Deverdics in the right back position. As a Poolie, along with most other fans, I was dismayed at the playing of him at left back. With subs in the last few minutes, it appears that your management team are as hopeless as the Harrison setup that got Pools into the mess that they are in now.[/QUOTE]

He played left mid mate.

Bryn Tirion 18th March 2018 19.36:28

Re: Woking (A) reaction thread
 
Both our goals looked like flukes to me. I reckon they were crosses that managed to find their way in.

I don’t blame Dunne for the first goal but definitely at fault for the second. Boden’s chance wasn’t as straightforward as some made out but it still wasn’t a great effort. Also I’m sure Dunne saved that shot in the second half with his face!

dimps1 18th March 2018 21.34:54

Re: Woking (A) reaction thread
 
Enjoyed the game , freezing cold .
Thought the ground was one of the poorer ones I've visited .
Catering was shocking .
Huge choice of burger , cheese burger or chips . £4 for a burger .£4.50 with cheese.

Thought there keeper had a great game ,if it wasn't for him we could have walked it . Onwards we go

NottsRed 19th March 2018 07.56:33

Re: Woking (A) reaction thread
 
[QUOTE=Bryn Tirion;2125217]Both our goals looked like flukes to me. I reckon they were crosses that managed to find their way in.

I donít blame Dunne for the first goal but definitely at fault for the second. Bodenís chance wasnít as straightforward as some made out but it still wasnít a great effort. Also Iím sure Dunne saved that shot in the second half with his face![/QUOTE]

Agree about our goals.

That Boden chance though wasn't an easy one. It came at him really quickly.

Id look at giving Dibble a try in goal. Dunn is making too many errors which are costing us points which we can ill afford to loose at the moment.

John Neals Dynasty 19th March 2018 09.31:30

[QUOTE=NottsRed;2125279]Agree about our goals.

That Boden chance though wasn't an easy one. It came at him really quickly.

Id look at giving Dibble a try in goal. Dunn is making too many errors which are costing us points which we can ill afford to loose at the moment.[/QUOTE]


Disagree about Dibble, I'm no fan of Dunn but fans are quick to blame him when he makes a mistake saying he has cost us points, but conveniently forgot the many top class saves he has made which have stopped us from losing 1) eg: his save at at home against Tranmere, their is more but we are a non league club we aren't going to get a top goalkeeper down here, as for Dibble he did ok but now is not the time to disrupt the side with 8 games to go.
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Wrexham's Patrick Bateman 19th March 2018 09.46:11

Re: Woking (A) reaction thread
 
[QUOTE=Redordead;2125189]Letís go back to the days when we had everyone back for corners.[/QUOTE]

Or, leavel our three shortest, quickest players along the halfway line....Opposition has to keep three players back . less crowded penalty area. Our keeper plucks the ball out of the air..runs to the edge of the area, and launches it forward...

Simples...

LlayDragon 19th March 2018 09.50:37

Re: Woking (A) reaction thread
 
[QUOTE=John Neals Dynasty;2125316]Disagree about Dibble, I'm no fan of Dunn but fans are quick to blame him when he makes a mistake saying he has cost us points, but conveniently forgot the many top class saves he has made which have stopped us from losing 1) eg: his save at at home against Tranmere, their is more but we are a non league club we aren't going to get a top goalkeeper down here, as for Dibble he did ok but now is not the time to disrupt the side with 8 games to go.
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Personally I'd say Dibble did a little better than OK. His run in the side coincided with decent form and contributed to our goals against column. He also saved a couple of penalties and proved that when you go up for the ball whilst competing with an attacker you really can come down with it in your hands.

I've never quite understood the argument of keepers who are decent shot stoppers should be excused other major parts of their games. Dunn is weak in the air, especially when he's having to compete for the ball. He's also often glued to his line when his defence could really do with someone to come out and claim the ball cleanly; to take the pressure off them for a change.

jackwilliams 19th March 2018 10.11:45

Re: Woking (A) reaction thread
 
Another aspect of Dunn's game which is weak is his kicking. He finds it hard to clear the half way line and it invariably is straight on one of their midfield or centre back foreheads. All keepers at this level have weaknesses I guess. He does make some very good saves and so he should with his height and the fact that he has done some coaching.

Ooh aah Paskin 19th March 2018 10.55:34

Re: Woking (A) reaction thread
 
Yes, there are very few perfect keepers.
I used to know a lad who was 6'7". He could deal with crosses all day. He was good with one on ones due to his size, and very good at making saves above waist height and in the corners.

However, he wasn't as good at low shots.

Dunn is far from perfect and normally I would prefer Dibble over him but at this stage I think unless he makes another couple of howlers in the next game we need consistency. Hopefully get Manny back in the centre next game and that will help.

John Neals Dynasty 19th March 2018 11.20:23

[QUOTE=LlayDragon;2125321]Personally I'd say Dibble did a little better than OK. His run in the side coincided with decent form and contributed to our goals against column. He also saved a couple of penalties and proved that when you go up for the ball whilst competing with an attacker you really can come down with it in your hands.

I've never quite understood the argument of keepers who are decent shot stoppers should be excused other major parts of their games. Dunn is weak in the air, especially when he's having to compete for the ball. He's also often glued to his line when his defence could really do with someone to come out and claim the ball cleanly; to take the pressure off them for a change.[/QUOTE]
You're missing my point LD when was the last time Dibble actually played? Against Harrogate was it not, Coddington when only loan was better than both of them, I don't disagree with your assessment of Dunn at all I just think disruption to the back, 8 games left is a gamble the coaches see Dibble in training but decided a loan of Coddington was preferable to Dibble when Dunn was injured. I just think we need experience in goal now the pressure is on.
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