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He hit the post. He had one scrambled away by three defenders and the keeper. He made the team look a real threat.

Compare that to the first half when we were shocking.

We've played mk dons at home, we were always going to have chances whoever was on the pitch, especially 2nd half as we normally do. We needed someone to put the chances away. If Hooper or FF aren't firing, who can score for us?

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Yet again, not good enough first half.

Yet again, we bring Nuhiu on and move Forestieri to the left and look a much better team - unlucky not to win in the end.

Surely it is time to start with that system instead of reverting to it every week in the second half and wasting the first 45 mins?

Yes Nuhiu isn't a brilliant finisher but it is so obvious every week and all of the stats tell you that we play better and win more with him in the side!

Wow, thanks for tipping Derby and potentially Cardiff off.....

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Desperate for a goal and we bring a striker on who can't score. Makes no sense. How many chances has he missed tonight? Joao and Matias sat on the bench.

 

All this hate for Joao or Nuhiu is very tiresome. On Saturday you had a go at those criticising Joao as narrow minded Nuhui apologists and yet tonight you do the same thing the oter way around. It's boring!

 

Were any of the chances he missed as clear cut as the one on one Joao had first half against Ipswich?

 

Both have different attributes the can be an asset, neither are good enough in front of goal. Nothing Joao did on Saturday suggested he would have guaranteed us a goal tonight. 

 

Maybe the idea to bring Nuhiu on was to get more into the game in their half and as a result get chances for the likes of FF and Hooper who have scored plenty of goals not so long ago this season? It almost worked but not quite, we should have won, but we should have also won on Saturday.

 

Maybe Joao would have scored had he played, maybe not, maybe we would have won on Saturday if we had more of a physical pressence up front against the Ipswich centre-backs, maybe not.

 

It pretty sad that the likes of you seem almost keen for Nuhiu to fail to justify your support of Joao as a better option and vice versa for others.

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All this hate for Joao or Nuhiu is very tiresome. On Saturday you had a go at those criticising Joao as narrow minded Nuhui apologists and yet tonight you do the same thing the oter way around. It's boring!

 

Were any of the chances he missed as clear cut as the one on one Joao had first half against Ipswich?

 

Both have different attributes the can be an asset, neither are good enough in front of goal. Nothing Joao did on Saturday suggested he would have guaranteed us a goal tonight. 

 

Maybe the idea to bring Nuhiu on was to get more into the game in their half and as a result get chances for the likes of FF and Hooper who have scored plenty of goals not so long ago this season? It almost worked but not quite, we should have won, but we should have also won on Saturday.

 

Maybe Joao would have scored had he played, maybe not, maybe we would have won on Saturday if we had more of a physical pressence up front against the Ipswich centre-backs, maybe not.

 

It pretty sad that the likes of you seem almost keen for Nuhiu to fail to justify your support of Joao as a better option and vice versa for others.

There's no hatred towards Nuhiu and certainly no desire to see him fail.

I thought, in the circumstances, against a poor side who were always going to concede chances as the game went on, Nuhiu was the wrong player to bring on. Especially when considering we had 2 players who have already proven to be much more of a goal threat, sat on the bench. I don't buy this idea of him coming on to help FF and Hooper. They've already shown time and time again they are more than capable of producing without Nuhiu on the pitch. In fact stats suggest they are MORE likely to produce.

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