Match Day Thread versus Peterborough

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  1. Plymborn

    Plymborn Well-Known Member
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    One side turned up....the other side are still looking for the way-in.
     
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  2. sensiblegreeny

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    We will have to agree to disagree about Sarginson lyndie. I thought he was awful and got a lot wrong. I also said that he wasn't responsible for the loss. Player for player we lack a bit in the defensive area. Our center backs were terrible and last season they were very good. Oh for somebody with a bit of pace in the middle. Go tell Bristol City that our backs are better than the one they loaned us. I am more worried than last season not less. We are not going to mount a rear guard action season on season. We might have last time but unless this bunch improve and soon then it's going to be a very long season indeed. Never mind Peterborough. We looked quite average against Wycombe and Southend who most would have expected us to beat comfortably, If we can't win those games then...................(fill in your own answer).
     
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    Will play like good'uns at Millwall and back to normal on Sat. I bet!
     
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  4. sensiblegreeny

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    How much do you bet hp? Your house..................
     
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  5. hp_bedoboy

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    A tough question but seems like cup competitions are making a bit of a comeback with DA saying we really need to win tonight like he's forgetting about league games are more important.
     
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  6. notDistantGreen

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    Probably ties in with what Simon Hallett and David Felwick said a couple of days ago, namely that their main objective was to complete the grandstand project on time and budget. Thereafter, there would be extra income to spend on the teams but in the meantime, the playing budget was set. Hallett then laughingly mentioned that a good cup run wouldn't hurt, so perhaps Derek Adams has taken that on board! Still can't see us getting past Millwall unfortunately....
     
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  7. hp_bedoboy

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    We shall see very shortly....COYG.
     
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