Posh v Doncaster

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Ceenitall
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Re: Posh v Doncaster

Post by Ceenitall » 01 Jan 2018, 20:42

stuie wrote:
01 Jan 2018, 20:14
Ceenitall wrote:
01 Jan 2018, 20:11
Chompy wrote:
01 Jan 2018, 20:06
Where has anyone called for anyone to be sacked on here please?

Aside from the negative referee fella with his usual anti GM agenda?
I have more knowledge about football than you have about betting. McCann is not managerial standard.
I played football before Wayne Rooney was born,
If you are Stu Hodson we know each other well and respect each other.

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Re: Posh v Doncaster

Post by DaveLister » 01 Jan 2018, 20:49

stuie wrote:
01 Jan 2018, 20:14
Ceenitall wrote:
01 Jan 2018, 20:11
Chompy wrote:
01 Jan 2018, 20:06
Where has anyone called for anyone to be sacked on here please?

Aside from the negative referee fella with his usual anti GM agenda?
I have more knowledge about football than you have about betting. McCann is not managerial standard.
I played football before Wayne Rooney was born,
So did I :clap:
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Re: Posh v Doncaster

Post by bristleposh » 01 Jan 2018, 20:51

I once nutmegged John Wile
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That after we're gone The spirit carries on

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Re: Posh v Doncaster

Post by stuie » 01 Jan 2018, 21:20

Ceenitall wrote:
01 Jan 2018, 20:37
stuie wrote:
01 Jan 2018, 20:25
Ceenitall wrote:
01 Jan 2018, 20:11


I have more knowledge about football than you have about betting. McCann is not managerial standard.
pleas expand, and tell me why
I can spot a dud manager, you worship him....enough said.
please read my posts (respect) I do not worship GM, a manger who is srugggling. I was never for Gran McCann, being a lower league referee may be binary (says it all) following and loving a team is not that simple
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Re: Posh v Doncaster

Post by john316z » 01 Jan 2018, 21:23

Ceenitall wrote:
01 Jan 2018, 20:11
Chompy wrote:
01 Jan 2018, 20:06
Where has anyone called for anyone to be sacked on here please?

Aside from the negative referee fella with his usual anti GM agenda?
I have more knowledge about football than you have about betting. McCann is not managerial standard.
:lol: :lol: spoken like a referee or a wife

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Re: Posh v Doncaster

Post by stuie » 01 Jan 2018, 21:25

john316z wrote:
01 Jan 2018, 21:23
Ceenitall wrote:
01 Jan 2018, 20:11
Chompy wrote:
01 Jan 2018, 20:06
Where has anyone called for anyone to be sacked on here please?

Aside from the negative referee fella with his usual anti GM agenda?
I have more knowledge about football than you have about betting. McCann is not managerial standard.
:lol: :lol: spoken like a referee or a wife
lets hope not both
Plymouth to Portsmouth 2017 -2018, that ain't far

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Re: Posh v Doncaster

Post by superposh80 » 01 Jan 2018, 22:22

Judging by his Twitter tonight....

Darragh is fuming.

The player's are getting stick....The manager isn't.

Naturally.

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Re: Posh v Doncaster

Post by tonyp » 01 Jan 2018, 22:52

superposh80 wrote:
01 Jan 2018, 22:22
Judging by his Twitter tonight....

Darragh is fuming.

The player's are getting stick....The manager isn't.

Naturally.
Of course he's fuming.
He's the chairman. He can give stick to whoever he likes.
He doesn't seem to listen to you.
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Re: Posh v Doncaster

Post by tonyp » 02 Jan 2018, 11:19

At least Fergie was happy.
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He said: "We're not getting overexcited by the fact that we've got a point but when you equalise in the 94th minute you take it obviously."

"I'm just pleased with the performance. It was really good.

"It was quite open but I didn't mind that because I thought if we were good on the ball then we'd cause them problems.

"The players showed great character again.

"We've had a really good Christmas with ten points out of 12
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Re: Posh v Doncaster

Post by Wycliffe » 02 Jan 2018, 12:28

DoubleRay wrote:
01 Jan 2018, 19:29
We drew the game.
I suppose it feels like a loss in the 93rd minute. It was Steven Taylor's fault actually. Should we sack him too?
Anyone that actually went to the game would know we were unlucky but given any chance let's just sack everybody. Sack the tea ladies too because the tea is like pee. The referee should definitely be sacked. . 8)
:clap: already funniest post of the year.

He tried to chest it clear and if he hadn't the ball would have easily been collected by Bond, however it could have equally diverted and avoided going straight into the scorers run.
Unlucky, not to blame.

There are plenty of other players to 'blame' including our Barcelona bound superstar who for the 2nd game on the trot failed to deliver, quite how he'll do it at a higher level I do not know, saying that he wasn't awful just ineffective.

We were unlucky over the timing of the equaliser not the fact we didn't win :(

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Re: Posh v Doncaster

Post by john316z » 02 Jan 2018, 13:37

Wycliffe wrote:
02 Jan 2018, 12:28
There are plenty of other players to 'blame' including our Barcelona bound superstar who for the 2nd game on the trot failed to deliver, quite how he'll do it at a higher level I do not know, saying that he wasn't awful just ineffective.
It is a sad indictment of our current squad that if maddison doesn't perform and Gwion remains on the verge of inury to injury risk most games that we are unlikely to create anything of any substance. Nobody performs well every game sadly.

I'm amazed how little stick Doughty gets in comparison given we bought him for his playmaking and goal scoring potential based on his Swindon form. Mind you, his performances are so "meh" most games that we seem to expect that as his standardand anything above poor is a bonus!

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Re: Posh v Doncaster

Post by JohnC » 02 Jan 2018, 22:01

john316z wrote:
02 Jan 2018, 13:37
Wycliffe wrote:
02 Jan 2018, 12:28
There are plenty of other players to 'blame' including our Barcelona bound superstar who for the 2nd game on the trot failed to deliver, quite how he'll do it at a higher level I do not know, saying that he wasn't awful just ineffective.
It is a sad indictment of our current squad that if maddison doesn't perform and Gwion remains on the verge of inury to injury risk most games that we are unlikely to create anything of any substance. Nobody performs well every game sadly.

I'm amazed how little stick Doughty gets in comparison given we bought him for his playmaking and goal scoring potential based on his Swindon form. Mind you, his performances are so "meh" most games that we seem to expect that as his standardand anything above poor is a bonus!
After thehome FA Cup tie against Tranmere, I posted that I wouldn't mind if he never played for us again. Since then, he's come up with a couple of goals. Against Doncaster, he surprised me by winning several aerial challenges ('headers' in old coinage).

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Re: Posh v Doncaster

Post by JohnC » 02 Jan 2018, 22:11

With a minute of first-half added time having just been announced, Posh were awarded a free kick in the Doncaster half, in a position comparable to that from which Maddison had set up the first goal, albeit from the opposite side of the pitch. Instead of trying to double our lead, we opted to play the ball back to our own goal area and play out the dying seconds of the half there. it was a stupid, pusillanimous decision. After all, how often do we score from a Maddison dead-ball delivery? As for preserving our clean sheet, we've managed that four times in League One this season. Shrewsbury have eleven clean sheets in L1, which is why they're fifteen points ahead of us.

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Re: Posh v Doncaster

Post by tonyp » 02 Jan 2018, 22:15

JohnC wrote:
02 Jan 2018, 22:11
Shrewsbury have eleven clean sheets in L1, which is why they're fifteen points ahead of us.
Just one of the reasons.
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Re: Posh v Doncaster

Post by JohnC » 03 Jan 2018, 00:12

tonyp wrote:
02 Jan 2018, 22:15
JohnC wrote:
02 Jan 2018, 22:11
Shrewsbury have eleven clean sheets in L1, which is why they're fifteen points ahead of us.
Just one of the reasons.
They have seven 1-0 victories; we have one. Factor in the injury-time debacles at Charlton and at home to Doncaster when we lost the clean sheet in injury time and there's your fifteen point margin. Burton did something similar a couple of years ago.

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