Posh v AFC Wimbledon

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Re: Posh v AFC Wimbledon

Post by john316z » 24 Feb 2018, 19:36

ashman wrote:
24 Feb 2018, 19:03
Six points off the playoffs with two games in hand. Still 39 points to play for.
or 13 as wins have become beyond us. Still we could end the run of 17 games unbeaten.... Impressive stats

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Re: Posh v AFC Wimbledon

Post by AndoverPoshFan » 24 Feb 2018, 20:08

Rarrrrr annoying result. I would love to be the manager of this team. Play them in the right position and set them up correctly to the opponents and we will win! Not rocket science!

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Re: Posh v AFC Wimbledon

Post by superposh80 » 24 Feb 2018, 20:09

ashman wrote:
24 Feb 2018, 19:03
Six points off the playoffs with two games in hand. Still 39 points to play for.
Very true....And I'm sure you're one of the few that are still dreaming.

However, the performances will tell you that we're likely to finish nearer the bottom six than the top six.

If anybody still really believes we'll make the play offs...They need to take a good look at themselves .

The team aren't good enough...and the manager certainly isn't.

End of.

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Re: Posh v AFC Wimbledon

Post by Chompy » 24 Feb 2018, 20:17

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMPBJ-leUsg

Wish I'd seen the game being described here rather than the one I saw with my own eyes.

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Re: Posh v AFC Wimbledon

Post by pleasureboy60 » 24 Feb 2018, 20:20

How much more of this garbage do Posh fans have to contend with. Listening to McCann's post match interview, I've come to the conclusion that the guy is totally inept at his job or just plain dilussinal.

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Re: Posh v AFC Wimbledon

Post by john316z » 24 Feb 2018, 20:32

AndoverPoshFan wrote:
24 Feb 2018, 20:08
Rarrrrr annoying result. I would love to be the manager of this team. Play them in the right position and set them up correctly to the opponents and we will win! Not rocket science!
Clearly it's much more difficult than that :clap2: You have to identify where you can see someone playing in a new position, play utter turd football and convince everyone we're invincible when our unbeaten run is void of any wins

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Re: Posh v AFC Wimbledon

Post by superposh80 » 24 Feb 2018, 21:11

Diabolical...From start to finish.

The first half isn't worth discussion...The second half was slightly better because basically, it couldn't possibly have been worse.

The only player that did himself justice was Freestone Who coped well with a tricky opponent in Lyle Taylor.

Two funny moments to end a miserable day....

Baldwin getting MOM

McCann's post match interview.

The word...Deluded...Could not be more apt.

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Re: Posh v AFC Wimbledon

Post by Ceenitall » 24 Feb 2018, 21:20

McCann is not the man for manager Far too wet behind his ears.

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Re: Posh v AFC Wimbledon

Post by tonyp » 24 Feb 2018, 22:45

Lewis wrote:
23 Feb 2018, 07:52
I firmly believe ,like DM,that there is enough quality in this squad to challenge for promotion.
Chompy wrote:
24 Feb 2018, 19:08
If there was a lack of quality in the squad I could accept it, but there isn't.
superposh80 wrote:
24 Feb 2018, 20:09
The team aren't good enough.
There seems to be some disagreement as to whether the team is good enough.
Maybe it's not the manager's fault after all.
Being happy never goes out of style

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Re: Posh v AFC Wimbledon

Post by Ceenitall » 24 Feb 2018, 22:59

tonyp wrote:
24 Feb 2018, 22:45
Lewis wrote:
23 Feb 2018, 07:52
I firmly believe ,like DM,that there is enough quality in this squad to challenge for promotion.
Chompy wrote:
24 Feb 2018, 19:08
If there was a lack of quality in the squad I could accept it, but there isn't.
superposh80 wrote:
24 Feb 2018, 20:09
The team aren't good enough.
There seems to be some disagreement as to whether the team is good enough.
Maybe it's not the manager's fault after all.
You having a laugh, Tony? He picks the team.

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Re: Posh v AFC Wimbledon

Post by tonyp » 24 Feb 2018, 23:10

Ceenitall wrote:
24 Feb 2018, 22:59
tonyp wrote:
24 Feb 2018, 22:45
Lewis wrote:
23 Feb 2018, 07:52
I firmly believe ,like DM,that there is enough quality in this squad to challenge for promotion.
Chompy wrote:
24 Feb 2018, 19:08
If there was a lack of quality in the squad I could accept it, but there isn't.
superposh80 wrote:
24 Feb 2018, 20:09
The team aren't good enough.
There seems to be some disagreement as to whether the team is good enough.
Maybe it's not the manager's fault after all.
You having a laugh, Tony? He picks the team.
Maybe I am having a laugh. But I'm not sure that he picks the squad.
Being happy never goes out of style

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Re: Posh v AFC Wimbledon

Post by superposh80 » 24 Feb 2018, 23:31

The 'team' aren't good enough imo...because they don't play as one.

We've got talented individuals...but not collectively.

Apart from a handful of good performances....mainly away from home....we've been rubbish all season.

The manager carries the can for that.

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Re: Posh v AFC Wimbledon

Post by Ceenitall » 24 Feb 2018, 23:58

superposh80 wrote:
24 Feb 2018, 23:31
The 'team' aren't good enough imo...because they don't play as one.

We've got talented individuals...but not collectively.

Apart from a handful of good performances....mainly away from home....we've been rubbish all season.

The manager carries the can for that.
Very true.

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Re: Posh v AFC Wimbledon

Post by exodus (x-man) » 25 Feb 2018, 09:16

Echo most of the views said already, talented group of individuals with no collective chemistry. Difficult to build chemistry when a formation rotates every five minutes and personnel rarely if ever is the same game in game out.

There is no consistency, if someone has a good game one week they will have a shocker the next.

I don't like that in general football is becoming about business/money more than its original underlying purpose, but i really wish we were run more like a business. In other words, it ain't working so make a change.

Why wait until the end of the season, there are no signs of improvement - give someone else a chance to assess and rebuild in the summer.
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Re: Posh v AFC Wimbledon

Post by superposh80 » 25 Feb 2018, 10:00

exodus (x-man) wrote:
25 Feb 2018, 09:16
Echo most of the views said already, talented group of individuals with no collective chemistry. Difficult to build chemistry when a formation rotates every five minutes and personnel rarely if ever is the same game in game out.

There is no consistency, if someone has a good game one week they will have a shocker the next.

I don't like that in general football is becoming about business/money more than its original underlying purpose, but i really wish we were run more like a business. In other words, it ain't working so make a change.

Why wait until the end of the season, there are no signs of improvement - give someone else a chance to assess and rebuild in the summer.
i'll tell you what will happen...

once the season is officially over and the pressure is off...around the end of march....we'll start to perform and win 3 or 4 dead rubbers against relegated sides in april.

darragh will then give mccann another season.

once he's taken us near the drop zone come around november and we're getting crowds of 3k...he'll finally sack him.

what a waste of 3 seasons.

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