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I think our lads had too much to drink the night before - they were chasing the ball all the game. Not only could they reach the first ball, but they never managed to get the second ball; when they did have the ball they passed it to the opposition or kicked it out of play; the opposition put pressure on us, so we resorted to the long ball to a small striker yet again; they took no advantage when having no linesman; we never looked like scoring throughout the game

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From all accounts a bit of a shambolic performance - one win in four not really play off material is it? :unsure:

 

 

Awfull performance from the whole team. Looks like 9th place again for the 3rd year running which shows no progress at all. The Manager told us all that we would win the league this season.

 

Not one player showed anything like someone chasing the playoffs, Duffy was dire.

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Awfull performance from the whole team. Looks like 9th place again for the 3rd year running which shows no progress at all. The Manager told us all that we would win the league this season.

 

Not one player showed anything like someone chasing the playoffs, Duffy was dire.

it was River who had a lot to answer for, not a centre half to hot headed stupid blatant penalty to give away and a needless free kick for the second goal

disagree with not one player showing anything thought mike tomo had a good game and looked the most dangerous striker when he went up front in the last 5 mins and hamid tried hard other than that not enough football played agree to much long ball.

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There was a basic lack of footballing intelligence on show. Collins is usually the smallest man on the pitch when he plays, and against two 6 foot plus centre backs, he hasn't got a hope of winning headers. Even when mike went up front for the last five minutes, the ball was played behind the defence for him to run on to. He's the oldest player on the team, sprint speed is not part of his skill set! Clitheroe didn't win that game, we gave it to them.

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There was a basic lack of footballing intelligence on show. Collins is usually the smallest man on the pitch when he plays, and against two 6 foot plus centre backs, he hasn't got a hope of winning headers. Even when mike went up front for the last five minutes, the ball was played behind the defence for him to run on to. He's the oldest player on the team, sprint speed is not part of his skill set! Clitheroe didn't win that game, we gave it to them.

If you think back, most of the games we have lost have been gifted to the opposition

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