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Re: Posh v Walsall

Post by Brianposh » 01 Mar 2018, 00:50

I predict confidently we will sell more Season Tickets before the new Season starts than we have done in the present Season.
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Re: Posh v Walsall

Post by Ceenitall » 01 Mar 2018, 00:52

Brianposh wrote:
01 Mar 2018, 00:50
I predict confidently we will sell more Season Tickets before the new Season starts than we have done in the present Season.
Yes, I am thinking likewise.

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Re: Posh v Walsall

Post by daib0 » 01 Mar 2018, 13:05

Every credit to ref that deemed Peterborough v Walsall playable!

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Re: Posh v Walsall

Post by john316z » 01 Mar 2018, 13:43

daib0 wrote:
01 Mar 2018, 13:05
Every credit to ref that deemed Peterborough v Walsall playable!

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Great work by the legend that is Steven Taylor... he was well equipped to do that job as he spent the whole game sweeping up after Captain calamity.... :lol:

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Re: Posh v Walsall

Post by stuie » 01 Mar 2018, 13:51

john316z wrote:
01 Mar 2018, 13:43
daib0 wrote:
01 Mar 2018, 13:05
Every credit to ref that deemed Peterborough v Walsall playable!

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Great work by the legend that is Steven Taylor..
yup :stupid:
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Re: Posh v Walsall

Post by Wycliffe » 01 Mar 2018, 14:18

john316z wrote:
01 Mar 2018, 13:43

Great work by the legend that is Steven Taylor... he was well equipped to do that job as he spent the whole game sweeping up after Captain calamity.... :lol:
Total and absolutely crap comment.
They actually worked well together.
Sadly Jack will make the odd mistake each match, nearly always it is down to over ambitious passes, I accept that.
However v Walsall despite making a couple again he played well overall.

Net you'll be denbying MM was woeful in the same match

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Re: Posh v Walsall

Post by john316z » 01 Mar 2018, 17:09

Wycliffe wrote:
01 Mar 2018, 14:18
john316z wrote:
01 Mar 2018, 13:43

Great work by the legend that is Steven Taylor... he was well equipped to do that job as he spent the whole game sweeping up after Captain calamity.... :lol:
Total and absolutely crap comment.
They actually worked well together.
Sadly Jack will make the odd mistake each match, nearly always it is down to over ambitious passes, I accept that.
However v Walsall despite making a couple again he played well overall.

Net you'll be denbying MM was woeful in the same match
All about opinions Wycliffe, but why be so aggressive? It makes you look a bit of a tool

Wrong again, MM was dire all game. i said to my son after about 10 minutes that MM wasn't interested due to the weather. One of his worst for a while, and there have been many recently

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Re: Posh v Walsall

Post by HantsPosh » 01 Mar 2018, 19:27

If we’d lost the game we’d probably all be saying it shouldn’t have been played, which lets to be honest it shouldn’t have been should it? That said it could prove to be a VERY crucial 3 points come May.

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Re: Posh v Walsall

Post by JohnC » 01 Mar 2018, 22:40

During the Wimbledon game, it wasn't apparent to me if we had a captain on the pitch: Baldwin was preoccupied with one of his characteristic performances: yellow card for an ill-advised, poorly executed tackle, then undone by a simple ball played over his head for the Wimbledon goal. On Tuesday night, it was very clear who the leader of the team was. Since Mr. Evans has made a reference to Glasgow Celtic, I hope he makes sure that required video viewing is the reaction by Celtic's captain Scott Brown to being fouled during the 2-0 win at Aberdeen at the weekend. Brought down in a 'sandwich' tackle, hacked down again as he tried to get up, having the ball blasted at his head by a third Aberdonian miscreant, Brown....well, maybe you should hunt down the video. As a demonstration of how to react to being (really) fouled, Marcus Maddison could learn something from it.

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Re: Posh v Walsall

Post by Wycliffe » 01 Mar 2018, 23:21

john316z wrote:
01 Mar 2018, 17:09
Wycliffe wrote:
01 Mar 2018, 14:18
john316z wrote:
01 Mar 2018, 13:43

Great work by the legend that is Steven Taylor... he was well equipped to do that job as he spent the whole game sweeping up after Captain calamity.... :lol:
Total and absolutely crap comment.
They actually worked well together.
Sadly Jack will make the odd mistake each match, nearly always it is down to over ambitious passes, I accept that.
However v Walsall despite making a couple again he played well overall.

Net you'll be denbying MM was woeful in the same match
All about opinions Wycliffe, but why be so aggressive? It makes you look a bit of a tool

Wrong again, MM was dire all game. i said to my son after about 10 minutes that MM wasn't interested due to the weather. One of his worst for a while, and there have been many recently
Aggressive?
Jesus wept, it was a flippant comment and imo the description was correct.
Sorry if it upset you so.

You are correct re MM and me and my mate had the same conversation, we both called the penalty miss too.

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Re: Posh v Walsall

Post by Chompy » 18 Mar 2018, 01:41

Chompy wrote:
25 Feb 2018, 16:05
Actually, I do want us to lose this game.

I want it to beat the weather, for us to lose and for GM to be sacked before next weekend.

Sorry, but that's just how I feel.

I'm happy to forfeit a one-off game which will have no impact on anything for the greater good.

Use your eyes people! Don't listen to what you're being told.

A lot of the players have started sliding back into old, bad ways, always a good indicator that all is not right behind the scenes.
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