I would imagine that liam booked this holiday while he wasnt attatched to a club so cant blame him for that.
Hope kirbs is back Monday.
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Thanks Theo & VMan for your info laying the ghost on Krbs and Liam's, absence.
I also go along with Carstorman comments being another admitted "half empty glass" man.
(Finally I am sorry but I have to say it again, so as to hopefully avoid any more Mickey Taking, is that Barcelona do have a passing routine known as the" Barca.... Square" which every team in the club goes through during their warm up sessions. That said, I promise not to mention it again.)
Edited by 4wembleyfinals, 30 December 2017 - 11:56 PM.
Well I have to disagree with most posters on here. I thought the game was dreary and at the end we were lucky to escape with a point. A saved penalty means the score could easily have been 2-1.
I think that Andy is a lucky manager as he has gone the last four games without defeat.
Against Dorking some posters agreed with me, "The quality of both sides was pretty poor" and we won against the run of play and it could be said that the better side lost.
Against Tooting we were very lucky to scrape a point as Tooting dominated in most areas of the park and if the goal keepers had been swapped we would have lost by a hat full.
Against Harlow we were the better side and deserved our points but the difference was there for all to see namely Kirbs and Hope in the side.
Against the coppers we reverted to type there was no real penetration by either side and chances were few but we were lucky to get away with a point see post above.
I wait to see what team turns up tomorrow. Harrow are having a wretched time after some great early season form when I believe they were at the top of the table for a brief period.
I completely agree with Steph, we were second best yesterday to a very poor Met Police side who at least clearly responded to their Manager's half time team talk. Chalk and cheese from the Harlow performance.
On the plus side, I thought Mario Noto had his best game for some weeks and Darren Purse put in a battling performance at the back.
Passing seemed to go completely out the window (from Darren as much as anybody else) as we resorted to type in lumping balls up to Simon Thomas. I really don't see where he adds to this team other than in defending corners. Our creative midfielders/wingers seem completely inhibited with Simon on the pitch. The amount of times the ball sailed over his head - with no attempt made to turn and spin in behind - was frankly embarrassing and I'm getting fed up watching it.
I appreciate its not the Manager's fault if players book holidays during the season, though Liam seems to have had no indication he would be played since joining until Boxing Day. I understand Jack Hockney is a top striker in youth football - so why have we only seem him in midfield? Perhaps time to see what he's got up front.
Also could not understand the substitutions we made yesterday - when going ahead in a game we seem content to sit back and wait for the other team to score which they invariably do. Andy gave a lot away when he complained about having to change the team in a recent game at home, after an individual error meant we had to chase the game to get back into it. Why were we not set up to score goals in the first place?
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