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Canvey Island v Burton Albion - Saturday 28th January 2006

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Squad for the home game today at Park Lane v Burton Albion was announced as follows -

McKinney, Potter, Kennedy, Duffy, Chenery, Dolan, Sterling, McGhee, Sedgemore, Noto, Minton, Keeling, Clarke, Ibe, Hallett and Gregory.

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Injuries aside I presume it'll be the same starting line-up as last Tuesday then.

Bimson, Ward and Tait are all still out injured.

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Today's Line-Up:

24. McKinney
2. Kennedy
5. Dolan
19. Sterling
3. Duffy
20. Keeling
7. Sedgemore, (his Brother isn't playing).
8. Minton
11. Clarke
27. Hallett
22. Ibe

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9. Gregory
6. McGhee
18. Noto
4. Chenery
17. Potter

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F/T: Canvey Island 0-2 Burton Albion

Down to 16th after today's result....Could be worse, look at Aldershot!

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Funniest moment of the afternoon? The public address announced that someone had lost their season ticket and that they should come to the press-box to collect it.

"Lost!" exclaimed Roger Toogood. "They f***ing threw it away. Who can blame 'em?"

Many a true word... and all that.

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Terrtible performance today we were never in the game.
Full credit to the Yellow Army for non-stop singing today, you were all superb, too bad the team didnt show the shame passion today as the yellow army did.

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Attendance today 741. If that's including all the comp tickets given away, then it doesn't seem like they made much of an impact.

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Not great at all. Credit to the Yellow army. I think most of them got pissed off and went behind the goal second half.

At least we have two weeks to assess our problems and sort it out.

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Jeff's post-match interview - http://www.bbc.co.uk...o_archive.shtml

He sounds very consolidating, (not sure if that's the right word to use) no real arguments.

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Clarke at left back, Duffy at right back. Dolan? Not convinced he added anything today. What's going on? If I hadn't been to the Salisbury game, I'd say this was the worst performance I'd seen - but it was still pretty close.

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http://www.burtonalb...rt.asp?rfUID=29

This was the match report from the Burton site. We were distinctly second best today I thought.

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Agree. Never really looked like taking anything from the game right from the first whistle. Second half we played a bit better but our play seemed laboured and we never really put Albion under any real pressure.

I thought we looked better when Greggors came on. A couple of his knock downs caused a few problems.

Not sure about Duffers as man of the match but nobody really stood out today.

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Clarke at left back, Duffy at right back. Dolan? Not convinced he added anything today. What's going on? If I hadn't been to the Salisbury game, I'd say this was the worst performance I'd seen - but it was still pretty close.


Wasn't at the game today.

Duffy right back? He's been tried on that side a number of times but is much more at home on the left. Sounds like if he was MoM then the performance couldn't of been that great.

Just wondering how many chances did we create today?

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i think we got off lightly with only a 0-2 defeat,we could have easily been 5 or6 down by the time they scored the first,defence all over the place,not sure about clarke at left back,has he ever played there before.
thought minton daserved mom unlucky wiyh a couple of goalbound shots being charged down
with the table becoming congested at the bottom,games against southport and crawley are now very important

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I think that the reason for the strange formation at the back was aloow us to break into 3-5-2 from 4-4-2 when we attacked. Unfortunately, Burton pinned us in the last third for much of the game.

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Mints had a shot the keeper turned away for a corner and Mints and Keeling had a couple of good efforts in the second half but apart from that we created very little.

Could have played all night and not scored!!

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Very poor today, but I'm sure the lads will pick do what has to be done in training to put things right.

It was a bit frustrating trying to sing under the stand with motionless faces all around us. We went behind the goal second half and had loads of fun, especially Linney dance time! The trouble is we moved away from the main stand because nobody joined in the singing. Now all that's happened is the same people have followed us into the shed and continue not to offer any vocal support.

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dont u mean yesterday

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I think that saul deeney should have had a couple of attempts on goal! LOL

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I can't believe that none of you have mentioned the inept three burton players in the black shirts




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