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Potter and Mckinney are the goalkeepers in the squad for the Scarborough game. Who do you want to play or think should play?

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you missed the 'i dont give a sh.t as long as we get some bloody points' option...

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i think potter sould stay in goal because he did nothing wrong last game and jeff said no one will lose there place unless they gain an injury , red card or loss of form i like all 3 of our keepers its just a shame they all cant play!!

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on the way back from crawley last week jeff was on the radio and he seemed to put 1 of there goals down to potter being slow of his line so im not so sure.

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Mckinney didnt do anything wrong, he got a red card but everyone says he had no choice, he shouldnt loose his place in the squad, especialy as danny let in 3

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Cat amongst the pigeons - then why did Ash get dropped? he did nothing wrong and should have continued.

All our keepers are good and have strengths and weaknesses but that comment sounds hypocritical.

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Looking at the highlights on ConfTV I would say their first goal, Potter was a fault. All 'Keepers are meant to know where they are on the pitch in reflection to where the posts are and it did seem a bit amatuerish that Potter got caught there. Having said that though, I didn't exactly expect him to pull of some stunning wonder saves as it was his first game and a lot of pressure and eyes watching him.

Not sure if Opinel's goal was Danny's fault too. He did seem a bit slow, but once again I put that down the being a tad rusty.

Remember Potter's first game for us? "He" let in four!

Potter to start for me tomorrow.

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Would keep Potter in goal for now.

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I'm a Potter fan, but McKinney was excellent on Saurday.

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ME!!!!!

Potter, but then again what has McKinney done wrong??????????

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I think McKinney has sealed his place for the next couple of matches with Saturday's performance.

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I think McKinney has sealed his place for the next couple of matches with Saturday's performance.

i dont think you can say next couple of games!! what happens if he has the worst game of his life tuesday, what still keep him in because he played well 2 games ago???

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McKinney has now signed a years contract (according to the Echo) so i think he`s now our first choice and it`s up to him to keep it that way.

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after saturdays performance he justifyed his starting place

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Excellent performance on Saturday by Richard and good to see he has signed a contract.

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Excellent news that Richard has signed a contract.

Has shown he is a quality Keeper with the performance's he has put in so far this season and long may it continue.

Definatly our NO.1 at the mo.

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where did he come from?

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He was unattatched, his last league club was Walsall. Had trials at Woking pre-season so he might get some stick tomorrow.

Richard McKinney

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i wonder if danny will stay, he put in for a transfer when he didnt get games before.

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Next transfer window is not until January so if he did go it can only be on loan at the moment, i personally think he will stay and fight for his place but who knows.




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