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Post  oxfordshire on 2020-10-03, 12:44 pm

waiting for someone to put it up but no one did do here goes.
Will be watching via club stream even though a midnight start.
Will maddison play just to annoy us?
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Post  Steve30000 on 2020-10-03, 12:56 pm

If he does, he'll score. 🙄
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Post  oxfordshire on 2020-10-03, 1:53 pm

Because everyone else appears to be asleep a question. Just watching norwich v derby. Boring game. But 2 observations.
A shot of Dehlia when Pucci missed a penalty and I thought where is the picnic basket. Surely she takes a big picnic basket to the games for her fellow directors.
Secondly, the kicker at kick off stands facing his goalie and kicks the ball backwards to his team mates who are lined up on the centre circle (can you line up in a semi circle?)
The centre forward used to kick the ball to either the inside left or the inside ride who were on the half way line with him. Who decided to change that procedure and when?
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Post  oxfordshire on 2020-10-03, 2:01 pm

Graham and scowen in
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Post  oxfordshire on 2020-10-03, 2:06 pm

Maddison on the bench.
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Post  oxfordshire on 2020-10-03, 2:40 pm

Confirmed oxford game postponed.
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Post  gil t azell on 2020-10-03, 3:04 pm

Why have both Grigg and Wyke on the bench as we ll as having Graham playing. Surely PP could have given Dan Neil a subs place to mix it up a bit.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2020-10-03, 3:54 pm

Loving the new stream with Frankie Francis doing Barnsey role and Danny Collins the Benno role. Match build up, good commentary and good half time highlights.

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Post  Kipper on 2020-10-03, 3:57 pm

gil t azell wrote:Why have both Grigg and Wyke on the bench as we ll as having Graham playing. Surely PP could have given Dan Neil a subs place 
Cos Parkinson doesn't he in youth.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2020-10-03, 5:12 pm

Well despite all the doom and gloom from some fans we sit 4th and still unbeaten.

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Post  Exilium on 2020-10-03, 5:41 pm

Another clean sheet.
It bodes well.

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Post  Lever Malone on 2020-10-03, 6:21 pm

I can't say I am as happy as some of you seem to be. Okay on the plus side we have the joint second best defensive record in the division and we are in 4th place but we have only scored 4 goals in 4 games. The three players we have as our recognised goal scorers have managed the grand total of no goals between them and only 5 teams have scored fewer goals than we have. Also in 2 of the 4 games we have ended up with 10 players on the pitch.

A big improvement is needed if we are to gain automatic promotion or indeed reach the play offs.
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Post  Exilium on 2020-10-03, 8:52 pm

But a canny start all the same...
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Post  Mackemneil on 2020-10-03, 9:25 pm

When the fixtures came out and I saw our start to the season I didn’t expect to have this many points or be unbeaten at this stage. Having said that, I have watched each game and really if our finishing had matched our general performances it would and should have been even better. Mind, the opposition have not matched up to last season’s performances and Charlton are only a pale shadow of the team that beat us at Wembley.
We still have the same problem of no natural finisher up front and apart from O’Brien no pace, I hope it won’t be our downfall again.
Just a footnote on today, when Flanagan went off I would have put Xhemajli on and taken Gooch or Grigg off, the flat back four meant no wide threat at all and we reverted to a long pointless ball to Wyke.
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Post  Steve30000 on 2020-10-05, 6:07 am

Mackemneil wrote:When the fixtures came out and I saw our start to the season I didn’t expect to have this many points or be unbeaten at this stage. Having said that, I have watched each game and really if our finishing had matched our general performances it would and should have been even better. Mind, the opposition have not matched up to last season’s performances and Charlton are only a pale shadow of the team that beat us at Wembley.
We still have the same problem of no natural finisher up front and apart from O’Brien no pace, I hope it won’t be our downfall again.
Just a footnote on today, when Flanagan went off I would have put Xhemajli on and taken Gooch or Grigg off, the flat back four meant no wide threat at all and we reverted to a long pointless ball to Wyke.

Parkysaurus rex loves the long ball to Wyke tactic.
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