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You don’t go up doing that. 


Poor goals conceded through a lack of concentration, and chances not taken due to bad decision making.


Never the same team twice, strange line up choices, some unfathomable substitutions, some substitutions that should’ve been made and weren’t.


Same old, same old.



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To be polite, I am a tad frustrated today. That should’ve been three points converted to a single point again because


1)The players weren’t professional enough in making a two goal lead count. They should’ve taken a leaf out of Oxford’s book and killed the game at that point. Stopped Wimbledon playing


2)Moore made incorrect tactical choices. Brown should’ve gone off before the 2nd goal, he wasn’t very good today at all. Paterson was playing well up front with Gregory, between them they were keeping Wimbledon defenders occupied and we had the ball in Wimbledon’s half. Dropping Paterson back into midfield allowed the ball to keep coming back into our half. We chose to play Wildsmith in front of a good international keeper? Really?



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11 minutes ago, TheEnchanter said:

Weak as ****. The players clearly aren't giving their all. How do we always end up with useless weak ass players? Same last year. Must be a record of late goals conceded in the last 2 years. 

I think a lot of it is down to useless managers


It’s not rocket science in this division. All you need is to send the players out well organised, pumped up feeling 10 foot tall and the quality in the side will be the difference 


Moore is making a catastrophic pigs ear of this season

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