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Re: Charlton v Posh

Post by ashman » 29 Nov 2017, 12:11

Chompy wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 11:07
You don't need to focus on Granty to achieve that believe me.
Also not true. Dissing Granty for his yellows, rather than focusing on just how good he's been for us all season, was like viagra to you. Don't try and make out it was a fishing trip.
We were warned!

"Match Day referee John Brooks has officiated 22 games in 2017/18 showing 69 yellow cards and four red cards so far.
Last season he took in 36 games, showing 150 yellow cards and ten red cards.
He showed nine straight yellow cards in the Bristol Rovers v Gillingham clash, and showed eight yellows and one red on two occasions throughout the season."

He was a 'homer' from start to finish. The 'non' decision to award a penalty when Gwion was unceremoniously brought down in the penalty area was a disgrace, as were loads of his other 'decisions.'

Anthony Grant has been an absolute top man this season. If we had a few more like him we wouldn't need to have discussions of this sort. Tony and his supposed winding up of posters concerning Grant and his yellow and red cards is getting very, very tiresome! :roll:
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Re: Charlton v Posh

Post by tonyp » 29 Nov 2017, 12:22

stuie wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 12:29
superposh80 wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 05:19
Unprofessional

Poor game management has cost us all 3 points. ..

:stupid: :comeon:
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Re: Charlton v Posh

Post by stuie » 29 Nov 2017, 12:27

Chompy wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 02:10
Hahahaha, WALOFS.

Who can we pin the blame on for this one?

Hmmm, let me think. Two subs in the 90th minute, a striker and a slow midfidler...leaving two defenders on the bench...

Same old clueless, naive, soft Posh.

Aside from that, see what happens when Gwion and MM are played in their correct position?
Yup the substitutions were a schoolboy error, hopefully Grant will learn
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Re: Charlton v Posh

Post by stuie » 29 Nov 2017, 12:28

bristleposh wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 04:41
Chompy wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 02:10


Aside from that, see what happens when Gwion and MM are played in their correct position?
..and Leo.

Making the two substitutions in the 90th minute should have helped, he put two more experienced players on, only to see one of them go Gung Ho for the hero worship a goal would have brought him instead of holding on to the ball gone into a corner and drawn a foul to run down the clock. Yes McCann should have brought on a defender, he had two on the bench, why didn't he make a third substitution to run down the clock some more. Naivity of the highest order.
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Re: Charlton v Posh

Post by stuie » 29 Nov 2017, 12:29

superposh80 wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 05:19
Unprofessional

Poor game management has cost us all 3 points. ..

:stupid: :comeon:
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Re: Charlton v Posh

Post by stuie » 29 Nov 2017, 12:30

poshnipper wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 08:43
tonyp wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 07:29
Believe it or not it could have been worse.
We could have conceded another goal and then it really would have cost us 3 points.
No point blaming the ref. He didn't even send Grant off. :wink:
Not sure what your fascination with Grant and the yellows he picks up is all about really. BUT did you ever hear of a player picking up the ball after a goal and moving back towards the centre spot and getting a yellow for it?? No, I haven't either!! Grant got booked for it last night though. Ridiculous decision by a homer of :twisted: a ref :twisted:
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Re: Charlton v Posh

Post by stuie » 29 Nov 2017, 12:31

ashman wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 12:11
Chompy wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 11:07
You don't need to focus on Granty to achieve that believe me.
Also not true. Dissing Granty for his yellows, rather than focusing on just how good he's been for us all season, was like viagra to you. Don't try and make out it was a fishing trip.
We were warned!

"Match Day referee John Brooks has officiated 22 games in 2017/18 showing 69 yellow cards and four red cards so far.
Last season he took in 36 games, showing 150 yellow cards and ten red cards.
He showed nine straight yellow cards in the Bristol Rovers v Gillingham clash, and showed eight yellows and one red on two occasions throughout the season."

He was a 'homer' from start to finish. The 'non' decision to award a penalty when Gwion was unceremoniously brought down in the penalty area was a disgrace, as were loads of his other 'decisions.'

Anthony Grant has been an absolute top man this season. If we had a few more like him we wouldn't need to have discussions of this sort. Tony and his supposed winding up of posters concerning Grant and his yellow and red cards is getting very, very tiresome! :roll:
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Re: Charlton v Posh

Post by superposh80 » 29 Nov 2017, 12:54

stuie wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 12:27
Chompy wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 02:10
Hahahaha, WALOFS.

Who can we pin the blame on for this one?

Hmmm, let me think. Two subs in the 90th minute, a striker and a slow midfidler...leaving two defenders on the bench...

Same old clueless, naive, soft Posh.

Aside from that, see what happens when Gwion and MM are played in their correct position?
Yup the substitutions were a schoolboy error, hopefully Grant will learn
Will he learn?

We were told in the summer..."He won't make the same mistake twice"...

He's making mistakes week in week out...and he's finding new ways to ******* up as the season goes on...

It's the players fault...it's the ref...the lino..and so on.

We have player's like...Taylor. Grant. Edwards. Marriott and Maddison, yet it's 4 wins from 16.

He carries the can for that.

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Re: Charlton v Posh

Post by stuie » 29 Nov 2017, 13:07

superposh80 wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 12:54
stuie wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 12:27
Chompy wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 02:10
Hahahaha, WALOFS.

Who can we pin the blame on for this one?

Hmmm, let me think. Two subs in the 90th minute, a striker and a slow midfidler...leaving two defenders on the bench...

Same old clueless, naive, soft Posh.

Aside from that, see what happens when Gwion and MM are played in their correct position?
Yup the substitutions were a schoolboy error, hopefully Grant will learn
Will he learn?

We were told in the summer..."He won't make the same mistake twice"...

He's making mistakes week in week out...and he's finding new ways to **** up as the season goes on...

It's the players fault...it's the ref...the lino..and so on.

We have player's like...Taylor. Grant. Edwards. Marriott and Maddison, yet it's 4 wins from 16.

He carries the can for that.
As the Charlton fans sang at the end of the game, 2 nil and you fcuked it up
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Re: Charlton v Posh

Post by tonyp » 29 Nov 2017, 13:11

ashman wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 12:11
Anthony Grant has been an absolute top man this season. Tony and his supposed winding up of posters concerning Grant and his yellow and red cards is getting very, very tiresome! :roll:
Anthony Grant has been an absolute top man this season.
Your deleting of peoples posts without having the courtesy to advise the poster of a reason is getting very, very tiresome.
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Re: Charlton v Posh

Post by tonyp » 29 Nov 2017, 13:12

stuie wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 13:07
As the Charlton fans sang at the end of the game, 2 nil and you fcuked it up
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Re: Charlton v Posh

Post by dunc » 29 Nov 2017, 15:45

Making substitutions is a very good way of breaking play up - not time wasting.
Because refs will add time on (or are meant to do) at the end of the game.
In most cases fresh legs will benefit a team later in the game.
But firstly, why wait until they have scored and gained momentum?
And why bring two subs on at the same time in injury time?
Why not use all three sub opportunities ..... on separate occasions?
And if they are pressing us back and pounding our penalty area - why no fresh defender in place of a forward player?
If one has to bring on a forward-thinking player when trying to preserve a lead - please not a player who hasn't scored all season and is desperate to score at any cost!

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Re: Charlton v Posh

Post by bristleposh » 29 Nov 2017, 16:34

dunc wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 15:45
Making substitutions is a very good way of breaking play up - not time wasting.
Because refs will add time on (or are meant to do) at the end of the game.
In most cases fresh legs will benefit a team later in the game.
But firstly, why wait until they have scored and gained momentum?
And why bring two subs on at the same time in injury time?
Why not use all three sub opportunities ..... on separate occasions?
And if they are pressing us back and pounding our penalty area - why no fresh defender in place of a forward player?
If one has to bring on a forward-thinking player when trying to preserve a lead - please not a player who hasn't scored all season and is desperate to score at any cost!
Is the right answer, why why why, another two points blown, at least my prediction that we play better against better sides almost came true
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Re: Charlton v Posh

Post by ashman » 29 Nov 2017, 16:46

dunc wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 15:45
If one has to bring on a forward-thinking player when trying to preserve a lead - please not a player who hasn't scored all season and is desperate to score at any cost!
Ricky Miller needs to put the Posh before his own advancement. His elevation to Posh saviour by fans has definitely not helped his cause and he seems to be believing all the hype sent his way. Maybe he needs to use his brain and achieve a few positive things before we start singing about him again! Not only has he missed six early season games, got himself arrested for all manner of demeanours but last night he tried to beat the keeper from 30 yards+ when we were hanging on at 2-1 with a couple of minutes to go. All he needed to do was take it into the corner and play for a corner or at least make the Charlton players tackle him. I hope that Grant McCann has a very serious word with this young man.
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Re: Charlton v Posh

Post by superposh80 » 29 Nov 2017, 16:52

Fair points Ashman....

But Grant needs to have a serious word with himself for the events of injury time last night.

He made the changes, that changed the game.

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