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1 hour ago, owlZfan84 said:

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What like Lloyd Owusu

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1 hour ago, debram said:

the Leeds staff will have watched us closely against Burton, they will know our weaknesses and will play on them so we have a battle on our hands, if we can keep the lions share of possession first half it should do the trick then we can do our usual and put pressure on second half and get the winning goal

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2 hours ago, Kagoshimaowl said:

I have a feeling Palmer may get the nod at the right back 

hope not

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Tbf...has any player ever Tweeted: "Can't be arsed with tomorrows game. Would rather be buying some creosote from B&Q #newfence"? 

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2 hours ago, Kagoshimaowl said:

I have a feeling Palmer may get the nod at the right back 

 

I doubt it. CC only started him once last season at home in the league, and that was because of an injury to Hunt.

 

CC seemed to favour Palmer over Hunt about half of the time away from home though, so I was glad to see Hunt play against Norwich last week. I do think we need to be more positive when playing away.

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10 minutes ago, SiJ said:

Tbf...has any player ever Tweeted: "Can't be arsed with tomorrows game. Would rather be buying some creosote from B&Q #newfence"? 

 

Dunno, has Shane Duffy got Twitter?

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Just now, Rayman said:

 

Dunno, has Shane Duffy got Twitter?

Dunno but he's got twitchy

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3 hours ago, debram said:

the Leeds staff will have watched us closely against Burton, they will know our weaknesses and will play on them so we have a battle on our hands, if we can keep the lions share of possession first half it should do the trick then we can do our usual and put pressure on second half and get the winning goal

No they won't... they are trying to play football from the back and keep the ball... they won't be hoofing it forward and playing it down the channels

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3 hours ago, debram said:

the Leeds staff will have watched us closely against Burton, they will know our weaknesses and will play on them so we have a battle on our hands, if we can keep the lions share of possession first half it should do the trick then we can do our usual and put pressure on second half and get the winning goal

But we will have been watching their weaknesses which are in 11 out of 11 positions. They are total bo bar

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3 hours ago, Kagoshimaowl said:

I have a feeling Palmer may get the nod at the right back 

 

Would prefer Hunt every time - offers far more.

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We usually bounced back last year, especially if a home game followed a bad defeat.

 

Biggest pressure is on Leeds as Monk goes if they lose.

 

Can't see their 2 new boys stopping us winning well, unless they pull out all stops for the current manager. Doubt it.

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4 hours ago, Kagoshimaowl said:

I have a feeling Palmer may get the nod at the right back 

Hope not, unfortunately I don't think he's good enough for the level we are at now. 

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7 hours ago, mozzy85 said:

I just bloody hope he has the confidence to knock early crosses into box rather than stopping and looking for a team mate to take on the pass. 

we so much need to add an injection of 'urgency' to our game...

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I am sure they are but its up to CC to get the team set up properly...If we end up with the muddle we had on Tuesday it doesn't matter how keen they are, if the players are not comfortable with their positions and the tactics, we'll struggle.

 

I also agree that Leeds will be ready - teams will be better attuned to our style of play this season after our success last term and will be better prepared to expose our weaknesses, just as Burton did on Tuesday..just hope CC has a plan B/C.

 

The saving grace is that Leeds look as bad, if not worse than they did last season.  Also having Lees back is a big plus.

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5 hours ago, debram said:

the Leeds staff will have watched us closely against Burton, they will know our weaknesses and will play on them so we have a battle on our hands, if we can keep the lions share of possession first half it should do the trick then we can do our usual and put pressure on second half and get the winning goal

we need to 'wake up' when the ref blows the whistle for the first time...

playing 'second half' football will come back and bite us on the arse one day...

there's times when the crowd might as well turn up at half-time...

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3 hours ago, yunga_swfc said:

 

we're up for it don't worry

This I know. Always messy ;-)

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1 hour ago, dnhc said:

we so much need to add an injection of 'urgency' to our game...

Well patience is good but it's about deciding when to get that ball whipped in with players like fletcher and hooper in box your likely to get a few goals 

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2 hours ago, dnhc said:

we need to 'wake up' when the ref blows the whistle for the first time...

playing 'second half' football will come back and bite us on the arse one day...

there's times when the crowd might as well turn up at half-time...

yes agree, high tempo from the start.

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2 hours ago, dnhc said:

we need to 'wake up' when the ref blows the whistle for the first time...

playing 'second half' football will come back and bite us on the arse one day...

there's times when the crowd might as well turn up at half-time...

Think the second half football is ok away from home but we definitely should be positive from the off against leeds at home. Thought we rode our luck at times against villa in the second half and felt we could have gone in with a lead if we had pushed on a bit more. Of course losing fletcher in that match changed the game a bit. Hoping he has a stormer and shows us exactly why we sugned him

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quick aggressive start will be hard for them to cope with, we have the quality, just need to be prepared for a hell of a fight from them but if we are up for it and match them workwise quality will overcome and we should see them off last third of game.

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