Rochdale v Posh

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Re: Rochdale v Posh

Post by bristleposh » 26 Nov 2017, 09:27

poshnipper wrote:
26 Nov 2017, 06:28

Oh yes and one more positive from yesterday .... we're more than likely able to look forward to the best chippie in the league next season as well.
That's unlike you, suggesting relegation already, I assume you mean that one at Swindon, but they might get promoted.
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Re: Rochdale v Posh

Post by superposh80 » 26 Nov 2017, 10:37

Chompy wrote:
26 Nov 2017, 01:36

Gary Bowyer, Paul Tisdale, Steve Evans. Any of those would be fine ta.

They're all currently in a job though.

Simon Grayson? Craig Bellamy? Nigel Adkins?
there's plenty of managers out there...it's just a matter of appointing the right one, and one that will be left to make all the footballing decisions.

steve evans will always be my choice...because he's had success, plenty of experience and has a strong enough personality to be able to work with darragh and fry.

a very important month coming up for mccann.....although his players always seem to pull one out of the bag for him when he really needs it.

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Re: Rochdale v Posh

Post by Chompy » 26 Nov 2017, 10:48

In the next fortnight we could be out of the FA Cup and the EFL Trophy, and have lost three on the spin in the league.

And I rather fancy that will be the case.

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Re: Rochdale v Posh

Post by Chenza » 26 Nov 2017, 11:26

A changed team every single week and positions why ain't players playing in there right positions ?
It's becoming a joke GM obviously has his favorites by picking them week In week out yet they are playing crap.
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Re: Rochdale v Posh

Post by Chompy » 26 Nov 2017, 11:38

Remember the summer clear out?

All the bad eggs out the door and players only brought in if they showed the right attitude and determination? The sort of attitude and determination that led to the performances at Oldham and Rochdale?

Only one man to blame. I've been saying it for months but ultimately we're just killing time until a proper manager comes in.

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Re: Rochdale v Posh

Post by stuie » 26 Nov 2017, 13:00

dunc wrote:
26 Nov 2017, 01:32
There has been some poor performances this season - but that was the worst display I have seen this season!
We lacked any cohesion or team understanding.
There could have been any 3 of 7 or 8 substitutions at half time.
:stupid: worst performance of the season, unfortunately, only so far
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Re: Rochdale v Posh

Post by stuie » 26 Nov 2017, 13:06

poshnipper wrote:
26 Nov 2017, 06:28
dunc wrote:There could have been any 3 of 7 or 8 substitutions at half time.
That's not allowed Dunc :wink:
Sadly even with the 3 that we made, it didn't help.
Anthony Grant MoM by a hundred country miles. "We've got Stephen Taylor", thank goodness for that!
urnm and it was blimmin' freezing.
And it was a great hispitality pre-match.
Oh yes and one more positive from yesterday .... we're more than likely able to look forward to the best chippie in the league next season as well.
Oh and we didn't lose Duncan :D
I agree, Anthony Grant was again the MoM, that and not losing Duncan was the highlight of the game, not really anything else worth commenting on regards the game

I even think Posh under perform, when we win, we really have not good a good team at the moment
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Re: Rochdale v Posh

Post by stuie » 26 Nov 2017, 13:09

Wycliffe wrote:
26 Nov 2017, 08:45
DaveLister wrote:
25 Nov 2017, 18:57
I await comments by Ashman, Nipper, Brian, Stuie and the like since they were there before forming any opinion.

But even Adi has just said on Facebook that maybe it's time to replace McCann. But as Adi says, with who?
tbf I think I said it was difficult to argue with the clamour.
That is by far the most negative I have been with Grant.

Nothing seen on that pitch yesterday with the exception of Grant and Tayles that makes me think he is going to be helped out soon. :(

O'Malley, didn't have a lot to do and I am told the free kick may have taken a deflection but even if so he'll know he should have done better.

Leo Leo Leo.
At times the lad glides over the grass and there was one classic example yesterday which everyone who was there will recognise that sums the lad up.
He won the ball in his RB position and with consummate ease went by 5 or 6 players in a mazy 50 yard run, he got to deep in Rochdale territory, looked up, saw POSH players in and around the box and then somehow with time on his side put the ball over the stand
How does a manager, any manager or coach sort this lad who overall played ok yesterday but time and time again chose the wrong option especially to MM's displeasure.

Tayles. Class.

Baldwin, defended as a centre half should overall and didn't try any over ambitious passes. However we have lost a goal we should not have and he's not matching the quality of his partner in the middle.

Hughes. Gives everything, going forward he tries his very best with mixed results. First came from his side and without seeing it again I would say he should have done better.

Anderson. Deservedly subbed at h/t. Started ok as the team did for 15 minutes but was then awful.

Doughty. Poor beyond belief.

Grant. MoM. Did what he does and did it well. Must be incredibly frustrated.

Lloyd. As Doughty.

MM.Disappointing and if he'd just gone down after being blocked in the box he may have got a pen although I didn't think so watching it at the time, however he seemed to trip himself up then do a swallow dive. His set pieces were, and they is no other word for it pathetic. His old trait of having a go at other players resurfaced which was an unedifying sight especially angry at Leo (who if I am honest deserved it) who had a go back.

Marriott. Not at the races although not set up for any chances.

Subs.

Kanu. Woeful.
Miller. As above.

Forrester. I actually thought he did ok or at least less bad than the others who were subbed.
fair and accurate report Aidi
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Re: Rochdale v Posh

Post by footiefan » 26 Nov 2017, 22:31

Actually, considering the amount of minutes they have had, I thought Miller did very well. Very lively, and made a couple of chances. Certainly did not look out of place, and potential definitely there. :clap2:

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Re: Rochdale v Posh

Post by stuie » 27 Nov 2017, 10:06

footiefan wrote:
26 Nov 2017, 22:31
Actually, considering the amount of minutes they have had, I thought Miller did very well. Reasonably well Very lively, just ok and made a couple of chances. yes but poor final delivery Certainly did not look out of place, and potential definitely there. :clap2: improved, not there yet yup
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