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I could not understand the minute of injury time. As stated above Scots sending off warranted more than an additional minute

The 'one minute' announcement was made after two additional minutes had already been played, and the ref ended up playing five. Though I couldn't understand the announcement either, I don't think we were sold short

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We appear to be asking why the inconsistency. Perhaps the answer lies in the fact

that to much reliance is made on the midfield to score the goals to make up the

lack of them from some of our forwards. As they former cannot be expected to do both, Billy being an exception, without failing in other duties.

 

In the next two weeks Brad, unless we get back to winning ways, NOT DRAWS, then

he will have to make some difficult decisions as to whether he reorganises the

front line. The Official ETFC said we had signed our young goal machine, Lewis,

perhaps it is now time to blood him or at least put him on the bench.

Alternatively, I would try Mickey Purcell up front. With his pace and enthusiasm

he could be just what we want. Nothing ventured nothing gained.

 

I just feel that the current forward set up is not working and something new must be

tried if we are to make the play-off.

Edited by 4wembleyfinals

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First half was below average, Shulton was a disgrace, as was one minutes added time at the end. When it all goes wrong, it all goes wrong! Met. Police and 'rickay are vital now.

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Andy- inconsistency?? It's 2 defeats in 17 league games. We have 16 games left, only 2 defeats there would do nicely

Inconsistency from one half to another or one game to another. Yes, we have won 15 out of 17, but there have been inconsistencies.

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We played five minutes of added time! !

Fogive me Father!

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