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2 hours ago, TodwickOwl said:

 

Yet people want to give Moore a chance 

 

Whatever is said about the players - his decisions are ridiculous 

 

Pelupessy playing 90 minutes 

Attacking subs coming on AT 90 minutes 

Bringing Dunkley in who was flat footed all game 

Playing out for a 0-0 against Forest at home

Tactically hanging on and absorbing a 1-0 win against Bristol at home 

 

Nothing to do with the players - tactics, decisions and game management that he's failed at. 


He’s made some bizarre decisions, but saying it’s nothing to do with the players is just rubbish. They’ve been like this under 4 managers this season, are we seriously suggesting it’s down to tactics every time? 
 

They are guff, all of them 

 

no creativity, no guile. Couldn’t trap a bag of sand.
 

The amount of balls kicked into touch even yesterday was appalling.

 

shocking shocking standard of players 

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35 minutes ago, FreshOwl said:


He’s made some bizarre decisions, but saying it’s nothing to do with the players is just rubbish. They’ve been like this under 4 managers this season, are we seriously suggesting it’s down to tactics every time? 
 

They are guff, all of them 

 

no creativity, no guile. Couldn’t trap a bag of sand.
 

The amount of balls kicked into touch even yesterday was appalling.

 

shocking shocking standard of players 


I meant none of the decisions he made above was to do with the players 

 

They’re all management decisions which are truly shocking

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1 hour ago, TodwickOwl said:


I meant none of the decisions he made above was to do with the players 

 

They’re all management decisions which are truly shocking

Which brilliant manager comes in then?

 

Go on...

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4 hours ago, TodwickOwl said:

 

Yet people want to give Moore a chance 

 

Whatever is said about the players - his decisions are ridiculous 

 

Pelupessy playing 90 minutes 

Attacking subs coming on AT 90 minutes 

Bringing Dunkley in who was flat footed all game 

Playing out for a 0-0 against Forest at home

Tactically hanging on and absorbing a 1-0 win against Bristol at home 

 

Nothing to do with the players - tactics, decisions and game management that he's failed at. 

It’s Pelupessy or Shaw, no other options 

 

We don’t have any attacking subs to bring on.. all of them weaken the team

 

Dunkley is gash.. should have played Urgohide

 

Im sure we didn’t play for 0-0 vs Forest, it just happened 

 

Likewise with Bristol we dominated and should have been 3 or 4 up before they got the equaliser

 

All about the players. Just not enough options for a manager to choose from

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I mean...that penalty.

 

It was like something you'd see from a Sunday League side.

 

Lad put clean through like that.

 

Utterly embarrassing.

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18 hours ago, wilyfox said:

I don’t blame Chey personally. When called upon, he’s been thrown straight in after long absences and without any u23s games to build him up. Always likely to be rusty having spent so long on the sidelines. 


Agreed. It backfired yesterday but I felt he was fed to the lions a bit. 
 

He’s been part of promotion sides in league one before so I will wait to see a match fit version before judging 

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2 minutes ago, SiJ said:

I mean...that penalty.

 

It was like something you'd see from a Sunday League side.

 

Lad put clean through like that.

 

Utterly embarrassing.


I couldn’t see why we had that high line when already winning. So frustrating 

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You're a player who has spent much of your life in the third division.

 

You have a broken leg. 

 

Your agent tells you a championship club want you and can double your wage. 

 

Classic Wednesday.

 

That said. He's twice skippered teams out of division 3.

He might come in useful yet.

 

I doubt we'll be signing players of Championship standard over the summer...

 

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Dunkley was a stupid signing in the first place. Imo he should never have started yesterday after being out for so long, he was so far off the pace for the whole game and those long balls he kept playing where pathetic. 

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5 hours ago, Lord Snooty said:

You're a player who has spent much of your life in the third division.

 

You have a broken leg. 

 

Your agent tells you a championship club want you and can double your wage. 

 

Classic Wednesday.

 

That said. He's twice skippered teams out of division 3.

He might come in useful yet.

 

I doubt we'll be signing players of Championship standard over the summer...

 

I reckon he will. 

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I think Dunkley's constant shouting and desire to lead/motivate distracts him from his actual role. I would rather someone do their job as the minimum and then anything else is a bonus, so long as it doesn't impact basic duties.  

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I can understand the decision to play him. We needed goals and he's useful at set pieces.

 

What I can't understand is the decision to sub him with 10 mins left for Kadeem Harris, when Derby are protecting a draw 

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