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Old 14th August 2019, 07.32:20   #1-0 (permalink)
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Default Player Ratings v Halifax

Dibble 8 kept us in it
BB 6 started brightly still have some concerns about his defensive abilities.
Jennings 7 gutsey performance.
Lawlor. 7. Steady ,but can be exposed if B.B. pushes up.
Pearson 8 carries a lot of responsibility and puts in a shift
Summerfield 7 grafted all night and took a few knocks.Crossing poor.
Young 8 Very good performance best to date.
Redmond 7 skilful Player but doesn’t look fully fit
Harris 9 a class above most around him.
Hooper 7 quiet game for him
McIntosh 5 looked well off the pace.Would play Oswell before him.
Carrington 6 solid and reliable
Rutherford 7 made a difference and great assist
Oswell not on long enough to assess.
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Mostly agree but wouldn't even give McIntosh a 5, he did nothing all game and just looked lost. At the most I'd say 3 just for sheer effort but otherwise ineffectual with no signs of promise.
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Dibble 8 kept us in it
BB 6 started brightly still have some concerns about his defensive abilities.
Jennings 7 gutsey performance.
Lawlor. 7. Steady ,but can be exposed if B.B. pushes up.
Pearson 8 carries a lot of responsibility and puts in a shift
Summerfield 7 grafted all night and took a few knocks.Crossing poor.
Young 8 Very good performance best to date.
Redmond 7 skilful Player but doesn’t look fully fit
Harris 9 a class above most around him.
Hooper 7 quiet game for him
McIntosh 5 looked well off the pace.Would play Oswell before him.
Carrington 6 solid and reliable
Rutherford 7 made a difference and great assist
Oswell not on long enough to assess.
Agree but even though only on 20 mins or so I'd give Carra 8. Dont think you can underestimate his contribution. The guy is far better than the credit he is given. Solid, calm and sensible distribution.
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Would probably downgrade Summerfield and McIntosh. Not sure how Summerfield managed MoTM but his passes were dreadful. Harris was unplayable at times, really quality, just hope we can keep him for the season.
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I concur with the aforementioned ratings.
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Dibble (6) Some good saves- couple of nervy moments when collecting the ball at the edge of the box. Spilled one which nearly gave them a goal

BB (6) Some great work down the right with Harris but suspect defensively. Not convinced he's a big step-up from Carra

Pearson (7) Standard but silly booking following a rash tackle when dragged out of position

Lawlor (6) Not bad, right decision to bring the man down for the red- different story 1-0 down with 20 to play.

Jennings (7) Some wicked balls in to the area- played well on the whole

Young (8) Everywhere. Complete midfield display

Summerfield (6) Average

Redmond (6) People rave about this guy, not seen anything myself yet.

Harris (8.5) What a player. Well taken goal

Hooper (6) Some decent moments

Mcintosh (4) Poor and that's being kind.
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Dibble - 8 - Some good saves but needs to command his area more
BB - 7 - Solid if unspectacular
Jennings - 7 - Same as BB
Lawlor - 6 - In this team the way we now play not convinced him and Pearson can play together. Did ok and pen was harsh.
Pearson - 6 - Seems to have lost something. Hasn't been great so far this season.
Summerfield - 7 - Did ok in the main but was shown up by Young.
Young - 9 - Just for his work rate. Incredible.
Redmond - 6 - Shows flashes but needs to get more involved, definitely a player in there, just needs more game time.
Harris - 9+ - Can't give a 10 can you? But a class above everyone else on the pitch. Pure pace, skill and made some great runs that aren't always spotted. Great finish for the goal.
Hooper - 7 - Had a quiet game by his standards but still looks a threat and must be a nightmare to defend against.
McIntosh - 2 - for putting his kit on correctly and managing to stay on as long as he did. Dreadful and anonymous.
Carrington - 7 - Solid as ever.
Rutherford - 8 - Made an impact. Finally! Got an assist, finally! Being serious great through ball for Harris.
Oswell - N/A wasn't on for long enough
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Star man was Harris - head and shoulders above the rest - superb attacking threat and good running - will benefit from JBB behind him.

Dibble - assured handling and never put a foot wrong all night.

Pearson - is going to talk himself into silly avoidable yellow cards - twice confrontational with opposition strikers who were grounded.

Lawlor - the weakest link - weak and too easily pushed off the ball with limited distribution - not good enough at Salford and not good enough for us - hopefully Chambers will now come into the team and retain the other CB place - I would have happily swapped Lawlor for the Halifax defender Brown who looked a proper centre back.

What was poor ?
McIntosh up front was out of it - poor positional sense and a major let down.
In addition there was another no show by Redmond - anonymous in midfield.
Young was the pick of the midfield - first 15 minutes we played some magical stuff - fast, slick passing on the floor that was the only way to get behind the Halifax massive back line and monsterously tall keeper.

Game changer
He has his critics - but Rutherford's industry and pin point through ball for the goal were just what we needed - Bryan Hughes made good use of the subs last night - good game management with the clock ticking down.
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Star man was Harris - head and shoulders above the rest - superb attacking threat and good running - will benefit from JBB behind him.

Dibble - assured handling and never put a foot wrong all night.

Pearson - is going to talk himself into silly avoidable yellow cards - twice confrontational with opposition strikers who were grounded.

Lawlor - the weakest link - weak and too easily pushed off the ball with limited distribution - not good enough at Salford and not good enough for us - hopefully Chambers will now come into the team and retain the other CB place - I would have happily swapped Lawlor for the Halifax defender Brown who looked a proper centre back.

What was poor ?
McIntosh up front was out of it - poor positional sense and a major let down.
In addition there was another no show by Redmond - anonymous in midfield.
Young was the pick of the midfield - first 15 minutes we played some magical stuff - fast, slick passing on the floor that was the only way to get behind the Halifax massive back line and monsterously tall keeper.

Game changer
He has his critics - but Rutherford's industry and pin point through ball for the goal were just what we needed - Bryan Hughes made good use of the subs last night - good game management with the clock ticking down.
Excellent assessment
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Dibble (8) Just about deserved an 8 with some good stops, positive control of crosses, and the occasional foot movement to deny them any goals. Against Barnet he might even do a dance routine for some doubting fans. The Foxtrot, Oscar! No, a waltz.

Barnum-Bobb (8) Looks more like a RW than a RB but thought he came in and gave a very polished display. More to come as he blows away the cobwebs.

Lawlor (7) Thought he was the better of the 2 CBs but lost concentration and was tapped for speed to get his deserved Red Card.

Pearson (7) Just about deserved a (7) but he looks a bit leg-weary at times. Stupid challenge for the Yellow Card.

Jennings (7) Did well but lacks JBB's pace and vision.

Young (9) Seemed to pop up everywhere to mop up their threats. Almost my MotM.

Summerfield (7) Good performance let down by poor distribution. Please let Young take the free-kicks.

Redmond (7) Lacks the energy of Young but has great control and vision. When he becomes fully fit he will be a massive threat.

Harris (9) His move from LW to RW, and his support from JBB, showed just how good this lad can be. Never stopped running and has a brain to move into space and drag defenders all over the shop. My MotM because goals win games. Well done!

Hooper (7) Worked very hard, especially as he becomes isolated in our 4-3-3 formation. He is brilliant at chasing down lost causes but we would see more of him if the ball was played to either feet or chest instead of being lofted into the air, where big, lumbering defenders excel.

McIntosh (4) It did not happen for him last night. Suspect that was more to his being very ring-rusty rather than lack of ability. But he must work hard if he is to win a starting position.

Subs:

Carrington (7) He is a calm head in a storm. Helped us weather their attacks when we went down to 10 men.

Rutherford (6) Did what he does best: harries their players and an inch-perfect pass for the goal.

Oswell (5) Brings physicality but lacks the pace of others.

A quick mention of the ref. He was a bit lenient on Halifax earlier on, but he allowed play to flow, which led to the important goal. Thought he had a good game.
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