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Post  Old Man! on 2019-10-25, 5:33 pm

gil t azell wrote:
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cyprussyd wrote:@LyndenGooch has been ruled out of Saturday's trip to @shrewsweb.

The American limped off early in Tuesday's night win after twisting his ankle.
Team news will again be interesting.

Where should O'Nien play?
Should McGeady start or are we better as a team without him?
Simple for me, Conor Mc in, o9 in for Gooch.
I agree Very Happy
I dont.

The back 4 was very good on Tuesday so I would not change it, 09 stays at full back.
Either bring back McGeady or play McNulty I would probably opt for McNulty


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Although our best footballer I would be tempted to leave McGeady on the bench. Tranmere were poor but as a unit we played very well. Let him know he's not an automatic choice. If we are winning and playing well its good. If were not playing well he is a bloody good player to bring on.
How long is De Boch out for? We look more balanced and solid with him at LB. Denver is better as a left winger imo.
I prefer McNulty but to be fair to Grigg he played well the other night and deserves his chance.
I agree that this team should start with McGeady on the bench, he's the only player we have that can do the unexpected  that catch the opposition out. On the other hand he does overdo it sometimes and  we loose the ball. I reluctantly agree to use Onein at full back as he's the best we have in that position but I do like to see him in midfield.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2019-10-25, 6:01 pm

Old Man! wrote:
gil t azell wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Hieronymus wrote:
wanderer wrote:
Kipper wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:@LyndenGooch has been ruled out of Saturday's trip to @shrewsweb.

The American limped off early in Tuesday's night win after twisting his ankle.
Team news will again be interesting.

Where should O'Nien play?
Should McGeady start or are we better as a team without him?
Simple for me, Conor Mc in, o9 in for Gooch.
I agree Very Happy
I dont.

The back 4 was very good on Tuesday so I would not change it, 09 stays at full back.
Either bring back McGeady or play McNulty I would probably opt for McNulty


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Although our best footballer I would be tempted to leave McGeady on the bench. Tranmere were poor but as a unit we played very well. Let him know he's not an automatic choice. If we are winning and playing well its good. If were not playing well he is a bloody good player to bring on.
How long is De Boch out for? We look more balanced and solid with him at LB. Denver is better as a left winger imo.
I prefer McNulty but to be fair to Grigg he played well the other night and deserves his chance.
I agree that this team should start with McGeady on the bench, he's the only player we have that can do the unexpected  that catch the opposition out. On the other hand he does overdo it sometimes and  we loose the ball. I reluctantly agree to use Onein at full back as he's the best we have in that position but I do like to see him in midfield.
Well, the old man has spoken and sort of agrees with me, but just sort of.

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Post  wanderer on 2019-10-26, 12:23 pm

I have been to Shrewsbury a bit of a nonentity of a town, as opposed to our thriving city.
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Post  Nostalgic on 2019-10-26, 12:48 pm

wanderer wrote:I have been to Shrewsbury a bit of a nonentity of a town, as opposed to our thriving city.
I  have different memories of the town.  One of the nonentity outposts where I have seen SAFC play back in 70s or 80s. Lovely little ground where the memorable thing was a local fellah who made traditional coracles sailed up and down the Severn to rescue any football kicked out of the ground, which was quite often.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2019-10-26, 2:00 pm

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Post  Hieronymus on 2019-10-26, 2:31 pm

Will open Chatbox imminently for anyone wanting a chat, or news of how we are doing, during the match?
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Post  cyprussyd on 2019-10-26, 2:42 pm

Hieronymus wrote:Will open Chatbox imminently for anyone wanting a chat, or news of how we are doing, during the match?
Imminently, sounding like an MP already, its opening the chatbox soon like for any bugger we wants a natter.

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Post  gil t azell on 2019-10-26, 3:00 pm

My only concern is the pitch. Will it be a leveller?

If it isnt I fully expect the cuddlies to romp to another win.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2019-10-26, 3:09 pm

continuing where we left off on Tuesday.

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Post  cyprussyd on 2019-10-26, 3:23 pm

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Post  trouble_n_stripes on 2019-10-26, 3:44 pm

gil t azell wrote:My only concern is the pitch. Will it be a leveller?

If it isnt I fully expect the cuddlies to romp to another win.
Which means we will end up losing.... Mad
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Post  cyprussyd on 2019-10-26, 4:25 pm

Playing very well just cant get that goal, get one and we will win the game.

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Post  cyprussyd on 2019-10-26, 4:52 pm

Hard to bear.

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Post  fitz on 2019-10-26, 6:18 pm

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Post  Kipper on 2019-10-27, 10:44 am

Hey Wanderer, want to play spot the difference again? Ross would have got a 1-1 draw out of that Very Happy
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Post  wanderer on 2019-10-27, 12:18 pm

Kipper wrote:Hey Wanderer, want to play spot the difference again? Ross would have got a 1-1 draw out of that Very Happy


And at Lincoln, and at home to Tranmere. I know what I prefer. haway the parky blinders.
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Post  barrowmackem on 2019-10-27, 8:34 pm

I only watched the highlights but it seems to me we played very well and on the day luck deserted us. Is that fair comment? would my opinion differ if i watched the whole game?

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Post  Nostalgic on 2019-10-27, 8:41 pm

barrowmackem wrote:I only watched the highlights but it seems to me we played very well and on the day luck deserted us. Is that fair comment? would my opinion differ if i watched the whole game?
Same here.  Hitting both posts and the bar?  One of those games.
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