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what a surprise, the first reaction.

care to counteract my point? with discussion as to why  I am wrong?

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1 minute ago, Dot said:

Some may not be popular...dont get personal.

 

There is obvious talent in some individuals but we are a million miles from being a team and I think that's the problem, we just aren't a team.

recent managers have pointed out the imbalance in the team, but the one who had the chance to address it..Monk, made it even more unbalanced.

 

The confidence, zero confidence in the players is leading to mistakes amd opposing teams are playing on this.

 

the ref, what the f?

constant stop start, no game changing decisions..other than a clear pen when rhodes was kicked down in the box.

but the free kick we had when the ball hit him in the back, basically we are the the team on the attack but are punished because he's in the way.

Bannan takes the kick quickly to try and carry on the attack, the ref pulls it back so everyone can get in position. the ref then throws the ball to the floor and its still rolling when Bannan kicks it but he doesn't stop the game.

this new re is getting on my ties, basically the attacking team are punished.

 

Last point

Liam Shaw

won't let him anywhere the team again, he's been garbage since the Celtic move was announced

Sadly I think you’re right. We get a couple of magic moments each match but can’t capitalise on it. Shaw’s inexperience shines through. No idea why the rules changed around ball hitting the match officials - seems pointless?

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Agree zero confidence and they too must be just waiting for it to unravel. No team spirit, no leaders, confused minds, not a mix that wins you games. It shows up in games they know they must/should win, it was no surprise they played well v Norwich (less pressure/expectation)  and crap tonight.

 

 It’s not a quick fix unfortunately.

 

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Yep Shaw was poor and had his part to play in the mess that was their goal.

Might be time for garden leave

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No foul on Lees by Campbell? Oh dear!

 

Don't think we had the ball back before they scored - apart from the throw.

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Referees continue to bemuse me!  This is the second game running that Borner has been elbowed in the face without a referee noticing.  Bacuna looks at Borner before jumping into him with his elbow but our wonderful official can see nothing wrong.

 

I would also wonder what would have happened if Windass has not scored.  He was pulled twice by the defender as he ran in.  Against Norwich he would have been clear but for a pull by Gibson.  Referee cannot see it but the rest of the world, including referees, can!

 

We are rubbish but I would like to see us getting a break sometime.

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18 minutes ago, SallyCinnamon said:

Out of all the things to point out tonight - digging out Liam Shaw is slightly strange.

Switched off for the goal 

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31 minutes ago, SallyCinnamon said:

Out of all the things to point out tonight - digging out Liam Shaw is slightly strange.


Shaw let his man go for their goal. 

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3 minutes ago, Buck Rogers said:

My favourite observation was watching Joey's attempt to lob the keeper go out for a throw-in.

any other day it would have been comedy gold, but literally shows the level he brings to the side

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35 minutes ago, Dot said:

what a surprise, the first reaction.

care to counteract my point? with discussion as to why  I am wrong?


Left his marker for the goal. Wednesday players do that every week.

 

Shaw is as much to blame for that as Westwood for not pushing it wide or Paterson bundling it into his own net.

 

What other part of his performance made him worse than the rest of the crap on the pitch? 

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4 minutes ago, SallyCinnamon said:


Left his marker for the goal. Wednesday players do that every week.

 

Shaw is as much to blame for that as Westwood for not pushing it wide or Paterson bundling it into his own net.

 

What other part of his performance made him worse than the rest of the crap on the pitch? 

I'd like to say that you are getting tedious but you are not, you are tedious now, not getting there

 

At no point did I say he was worse than others on the pitch, I just posted a few observations on different things

 

 

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