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Old 9th January 2019, 15.42:08   #11-0 (permalink)
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Reading into the managers reply we should concede Saturdays game to Orient and just prepare for the following Saturday, whilst sorting out a Plan B.
What a desperate situation to be in.
Throwing the game is what most fans wanted. I agree with him that we should use the game constructively to try to iron out some of our issues.

Promotion is much more important than winning the FA Trophy, and our progress into the next round would mean more games and a congested fixture list.

The 2 hard-fought for wins against Salford and Solihull Moors sapped our energy levels, and is probably the main reason for our recent losing run.

It will be interesting to see which team GB picks for Saturday, and how they respond. Much will depend on how Edinburgh approaches the game. Their win might do us a favour in the long run. We shall see.
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Old 9th January 2019, 15.47:33   #12-0 (permalink)
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The first goal was crucial at Bromley. We almost got it through Grant. Watching Bromley v Sutton United last week Bromley scored an identical goal to their header after 20 minutes. I think you can prepare for that fairly easily. Pearson marks the guy, you know hand up means beyond far post. I am pretty sure it was Lawlor that lost his man but could be wrong.
Old 9th January 2019, 15.50:48   #13-0 (permalink)
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Games are often fine margins.

Summerfield scores with the header against Dover and we may have gone on to win comfortably.

The strike from Grant goes in instead of skimming the bar. We are in the lead and more comfortable. Possibility of going on to win the game, or at least not lose.

However, these didn't happen and we conceded first. We all know what happened then.
Old 9th January 2019, 15.51:57   #14-0 (permalink)
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Can only think if we fail to make the playoffs is that he’d be sacked.

Not going to hit the panic button yet, but he needs to find a system to get our front players doing a bit more the quality is now there.
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Can only think if we fail to make the playoffs is that he’d be sacked.

Not going to hit the panic button yet, but he needs to find a system to get our front players doing a bit more the quality is now there.
The Midfield is the problem. As part of the greater whole. I am certain they are told to sit back further to protect the defence and therefore this limits their effectiveness in going forward and linking with the forwards.

Didn't we play well and create more chances, even maybe scored some goals when we played a 'diamond' style midfield?

We have the players, especially if we can get a Walker type player in.

I would like to see:

Lainton

Carrington Lawlor Pearson Jennings

Walker/A N Other

Summerfield
Young

Grant

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Where is the Walker situation up to ?
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Games are often fine margins.

Summerfield scores with the header against Dover and we may have gone on to win comfortably.

The strike from Grant goes in instead of skimming the bar. We are in the lead and more comfortable. Possibility of going on to win the game, or at least not lose.

However, these didn't happen and we conceded first. We all know what happened then.
I agree that games change on fine margins, but once the other team scores, there is only one way the game is going to end. We do not have the ability or a game plan to get a goal when we need it.
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I agree that games change on fine margins, but once the other team scores, there is only one way the game is going to end. We do not have the ability or a game plan to get a goal when we need it.
Can you imagine us in the play offs?
The ways things are now we'd be out if the opposition got the first goal.
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Old 9th January 2019, 17.00:31   #19-0 (permalink)
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Did he mention the fans though?
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I have read some absolute dross on RP since last night.

We beat Salford and Solihull only a few days back and everything was rosy.

Now we have hit a rocky spell and the end of the world is nigh - we don't have a divine right to win this league by a clear 10 points.

Was it any surprise we lost at Bromley who also beat AFC Fylde and Sutton United in their last 2 home games ?

GB is yet to take his coat off yet some are already calling for his head - even though he has taken rapid action and brought in much needed reinforcements.

His interview technique is the same for all games - considered, measured and reflecting somebody of his age without the repeated use of the word 'obviously'.

Even the mighty Salford lost 4 games on the trot - it happens and has coincided with a busy period of games coupled with the influx of a lot of new players / changes.

Very frustrating it might be but every club goes on a dip of form at some point.
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