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Equivalent to about 62 minutes with the ball

 

In that time we managed a penalty and a last ditch header by a striker who's not scored since January as our only efforts on target.

 

Can't understand why anybody's moaning. What's wrong with you. Ungrateful

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Or, having the ball for most of the game mean that our players were less tired going into stoppage than Ipswich who'd been doing more running trying to get the ball off us, so we were able to ****** an equaliser in an away game against a team higher than us in the table? 

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7 minutes ago, beloved_aunt said:

Or, having the ball for most of the game mean that our players were less tired going into stoppage than Ipswich who'd been doing more running trying to get the ball off us, so we were able to ****** an equaliser in an away game against a team higher than us in the table? 

Wow.

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The high percentage of possession (a theme in many games, not just last night) makes our lack of shots on target even worse.

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65% of that possession was across our back 4 before passing back for a Westwood hoof.

 

It's not rocket science. Wish op's would think before posting.

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Out of the 62% possession 40% of that was the ball being played between Lees and Loovens.

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We have turned into Arsenal

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We have great talent to string 15 passes together, just to end up where we started...

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59 minutes ago, beloved_aunt said:

Or, having the ball for most of the game mean that our players were less tired going into stoppage than Ipswich who'd been doing more running trying to get the ball off us, so we were able to ****** an equaliser in an away game against a team higher than us in the table? 

 

Good afternoon Carlos

 

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All that practice with the ball, and still no fooooker knows what to do with it.

 

Possession never did, never will, win togger matches. It's ok for grinding out draws mind, like Italy did in the 70's....kin dinosaur football if tha asks me

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2 hours ago, adelphi1867 said:

Possession doesn't win games.

 

Neither does shots on target.

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2 hours ago, Mr Farrell said:

65% of that possession was across our back 4 before passing back for a Westwood hoof.

 

It's not rocket science. Wish op's would think before posting.

Have you had your sarcasm filter checked recently?

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14 minutes ago, Tamworthowl said:

 

Neither does shots on target.

I bet if we have 68 shots on target rather than 68% possession in each match,  we would win a hell of a lot of games

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3 hours ago, beloved_aunt said:

Or, having the ball for most of the game mean that our players were less tired going into stoppage than Ipswich who'd been doing more running trying to get the ball off us, so we were able to ****** an equaliser in an away game against a team higher than us in the table? 

Yes, they were absolutely knackered watching us pass it sideways and backwards in our half.

 

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Ipswich players thought, let them tip tap the ball about at the back because it will 10 minutes before it reaches us.

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3 hours ago, beloved_aunt said:

Or, having the ball for most of the game mean that our players were less tired going into stoppage than Ipswich who'd been doing more running trying to get the ball off us, so we were able to ****** an equaliser in an away game against a team higher than us in the table? 

Genuine question. Are you being serious here?

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