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WednesdaySwansea
Pratley 5, 36
Grant     De Vries    
Spurr     Tate    
Purse     Williams    
Beevers     Rangel    
Buxton     54 Bessone    
Johnson     69 Van Der Gun    
Potter     Lopez     84
O'Connor     Pratley    
McAllister     46 Dyer     75
Tudgay     Orlandi    
Clarke     Pintado     89
Substitutes
O'Donnell     Cornell    
Hinds     Serran     84
Simek
 
  54 Butler     75
Soares     Cotterill    
Esajas     Allen    
Jeffers     46 Trundle    
Varney     69 Bauza     89
Game Statistics
5
Goal Attempts
4
3
On Target
4
6
Corners
6
3
Offside
5
16
Fouls
11
51
%
49

Writer:Auckland Owl
Date:Saturday December 19 2009
Time: 6:21PM

Comments

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well after today i hope SM does NOT get the job. we got rid of BL because he never changed anything, then SM comes in and keeps things the same-why???? the problem was that the team selections werent good enough and then he keeps it the same, could not believe it. we would have been better off doing a complete re-shuffle of the playing squad than play the same drivel that got humiliated against leicester. gray needs to play left back, spurr needs time out of the 1st team, hes been very poor recently as has tudgay, potter and clarke. honestly cant see how were going to stay up in this league unless the investment comes before jan 1st.
supersibon
19/12/2009 19:57:00
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Supersi I've championed Mac and my optimism has taken a real knock. Couldn't believe he picked the same team.
robc
19/12/2009 20:26:00
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Hate to say it, but hello league 1!
owl1
19/12/2009 21:15:00
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wait lads, yes i could not understand it but now he knows how s**t they are he can change things up i dont think he is the man maybe a no2 we need a strong bloke who will sell all our s**t buy in some bargains...when the investment comes lol will be millionaires
HorburyOwl
19/12/2009 21:29:00
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ps my comments were left at 21.30 for those who called me a part time fan
HorburyOwl
19/12/2009 21:32:00
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the thing is horbury, that anyone who has been to the last 5 matches can see how s**t we are, so picking the same side today was just going to have the same outcome, so why do it??? we need a manager who, like you said, clears out all the dead wood(of which there is a lot!!!!) and isant afraid to drop players and shake things up. like for me, ive no idea why tudgay is in the first eleven. whats he done that makes him deserve a place???
supersibon
19/12/2009 22:00:00
0
That is a fair point, if it had been someone coming fresh to the club fair enough but this was his big chance to make an impression. Why re-inforce failure? I'm really quite depressed. Not looking forward to next week.
robc
19/12/2009 22:06:00
0
unfortunately it could be that those players are the best ones we have. personally I don't think they are but both Macauly and Laws before him see them all everyday in training.
Hirsty's Shinpads
19/12/2009 22:19:00
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Didn't go today my mate said first half much better and could not believe we were losing. Second half he left on 75 mins...again. I don't know what the answer is in a way I must admit keeping the same side was bit of a suprise. We are in for a very long bleak winter and unless we pick up points against those around us we are heading back into league one. Can't see where the next win let alone goal is coming from. I am afriad on the pitch we have gone into reverse by about 5 years. Useless.
jamesc1905
19/12/2009 23:38:00
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supersibon yes m8 I agree with all you say I was just offering another view as for tudgay we should not have stood in his way we are paying now! m8 personally I thought the same as everyone on here well why the hell pick that lot but he must have his reasons?
HorburyOwl
20/12/2009 01:38:00
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