Posh Vs MK Dons - Designated Chris Turner Day

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Re: Posh Vs MK Dons - Designated Chris Turner Day

Postby Chenza » 28 Jan 2017, 18:06

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Re: Posh Vs MK Dons - Designated Chris Turner Day

Postby tonyp » 28 Jan 2017, 18:06

Not looking forward to reports from those who went.
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Re: Posh Vs MK Dons - Designated Chris Turner Day

Postby john316z » 28 Jan 2017, 18:09

Another shocker? Maybe McCann deserves more credit for our form post wba last season? But I didn't go today so what would I know? Perhaps we've reached our limit

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Re: Posh Vs MK Dons - Designated Chris Turner Day

Postby Poshay » 28 Jan 2017, 18:18

Turner will be turning in his grave after that embarrassing performance.
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Re: Posh Vs MK Dons - Designated Chris Turner Day

Postby Chompy » 28 Jan 2017, 18:28

Ahahaha, nobody does slumps like we do slumps.

We've played a bunch of ordinary teams in recent weeks and struggled every time.

GM has to consider himself under pressure now for sure. I don't want to hear any more about 'Fortress Abax', 'great bunch of lads' etc.

They are gutless as a group and the timing of this slump is no coincidence. They all think they're better than they are.

We are unable to dictate play at home. I now have serious reservations about Lee Angol's attitude. Doesn't look interested and gets through games with minimal effort.

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Re: Posh Vs MK Dons - Designated Chris Turner Day

Postby Chompy » 28 Jan 2017, 18:30

Chompy wrote:11-8 Poshies, 2-1 MK, 5-2 Draw.

I fear we're catching the Mongs at a bad time here. They're better away, we'll have loads of fairweather "Awwwww" merchants present to try and knock the confidence out of Tom Nichols as per.

Chuks ran the show in the 5-3 demolition of the Wobbs last weekend according to my sauces. Think they'll do well to still have him after the window closes.

Will be backing MK at 2-1 and Chuks in various goal markets.

Of course, though, I'll hold fire until I've seen tony's score prediction. We all need to take note of the guesses of someone who hasn't seen either team play since fire was discovered and who knows nothing about any of the players.


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Re: Posh Vs MK Dons - Designated Chris Turner Day

Postby TomLea1 » 28 Jan 2017, 18:45

You probably don't want to think about todays game anymore but have a look at my post-match thoughts, and let me know what you think.

http://tomleasport.blogspot.co.uk/2017/ ... -dons.html

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Posh v mk dons

Postby Chenza » 28 Jan 2017, 19:04

Well bad day at the office for the posh today need to stop the rot and quick,if certain players want to leave let them go before the team gets to many bad apples.GM talk after the Oldham game didn't seem to work looks like another night at the training ground.
I think team selection was wrong today but GM must have his reasons, why he changed it.
In my own personal opinion we need new additions, players with experience if we sell any of our players within transfer market time a proven goal scorer is much needed and a ball winner in central midfield.
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Re: Posh Vs MK Dons - Designated Chris Turner Day

Postby Brianposh » 28 Jan 2017, 19:16

superposh80 wrote:Hughes is unwell.


ALL THE PLAYERS are "unwell, very much so.
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Re: Posh v mk dons

Postby Brianposh » 28 Jan 2017, 19:22

No more players in please to add to the rubbish we already have. GM talked after the Bury game, the Swindon game, and the Oldham game promising each time NEVER again under his Management. He and the players have failed totally and miserably.
Look closely at our results since the Charlton game.
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Re: Posh Vs MK Dons - Designated Chris Turner Day

Postby TC1977 » 28 Jan 2017, 19:40

what an embarrassing afternoon.

No desire, passion,effort what so every, and this was suppose to be a response to Tuesday, especially given GM's comments makes you worry.

The 3 or 4 players who have supposed been targeted by championship clubs, had either better leave quickly or get there heads down and realise very quickly that they are not that good.

Not sure at the moment if it GM who can not motivate or if it is the players attitude and dont give a s@@t, but something has to change and quick otherwise D Mac's 5 year plan will be to be a top 10 team in League 2.

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Re: Posh v mk dons

Postby superposh80 » 28 Jan 2017, 19:56

Exactly Brian...

McCann talks the talk but can't walk it.

He is as much to blame as his players....his job is on the line here.

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Re: Posh Vs MK Dons - Designated Chris Turner Day

Postby Poshay » 28 Jan 2017, 19:58

The first half was bad enough with so much negative passing by Posh. Nobody seemed prepared to make themselves available in a threatening position so the player in possession inevitably passed backwards or sideways. Nil Nil was about right at half time with neither side doing much of note. People around me were nodding off. The second was abysmal with MK given time and room to play as they wished. The third goal was a bit special but the other three were the result of simple direct play. The last straw was when the Paddy Waggon trundled on.
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Re: Posh v mk dons

Postby john316z » 28 Jan 2017, 20:25

superposh80 wrote:Exactly Brian...

McCann talks the talk but can't walk it.

He is as much to blame as his players....his job is on the line here.

I reckon he's safe. After all how would the messiah blame another bad manager appointment?

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Re: Posh v mk dons

Postby superposh80 » 28 Jan 2017, 20:31

It should be on the line....

But your probably right


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