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Re: Posh v Wycombe

Post by bristleposh » 02 Mar 2019, 23:05

ashman wrote:
02 Mar 2019, 22:49
Brianposh wrote:
02 Mar 2019, 22:06
Maddison was supreme and showed the whole gambit of his skills and talent in just one game. Scored 2 laid on one more goal and offered up at least 5-6 easy assists, not taken. Worth my money on his own.
Agreed Brian. He really is something different and we are very lucky to have him at our club. I just hope that he stays now instead of chasing the filthy lucre! bristle's condemnation of the rest of the team is getting really tedious!
Where did I condemn them other than where it was deserved. Three players played extremely well, if Swanny marked the players out of ten I think he'd have none of the other eight above a five. In fact if I do it

OMalley 3, Naismith 5, Taffazolli 3, White 4, Lafferty 4, Ward 4, Woodyard 4, Cooke 3, Maddison 9, Tomlin 7, Godden 7,
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Re: Posh v Wycombe

Post by ashman » 02 Mar 2019, 23:08

Listen to Matty Godden's interview and read between the lines about Steve Evans. If Evans was doing it he would have named and shamed Godden. Good lad. We all know exactly what you mean!

https://www.theposh.com/news/2019/march ... the-goals/


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Re: Posh v Wycombe

Post by ashman » 02 Mar 2019, 23:33

bristleposh wrote:
02 Mar 2019, 23:05
ashman wrote:
02 Mar 2019, 22:49
Brianposh wrote:
02 Mar 2019, 22:06
Maddison was supreme and showed the whole gambit of his skills and talent in just one game. Scored 2 laid on one more goal and offered up at least 5-6 easy assists, not taken. Worth my money on his own.
Agreed Brian. He really is something different and we are very lucky to have him at our club. I just hope that he stays now instead of chasing the filthy lucre! bristle's condemnation of the rest of the team is getting really tedious!
Where did I condemn them other than where it was deserved. Three players played extremely well, if Swanny marked the players out of ten I think he'd have none of the other eight above a five. In fact if I do it

OMalley 3, Naismith 5, Taffazolli 3, White 4, Lafferty 4, Ward 4, Woodyard 4, Cooke 3, Maddison 9, Tomlin 7, Godden 7,
Just shows how wrong you are. These are Swanny's marks for the team.

O'Malley 5, Naismith 8, Tafazolli 5, White 6, Lafferty 7, Ward 6, Woodyard 6, Cooke 6, Maddison 10, Tomlin 8, Godden 9.
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Re: Posh v Wycombe

Post by bristleposh » 02 Mar 2019, 23:41

ashman wrote:
02 Mar 2019, 23:33
bristleposh wrote:
02 Mar 2019, 23:05


OMalley 3, Naismith 5, Taffazolli 3, White 4, Lafferty 4, Ward 4, Woodyard 4, Cooke 3, Maddison 9, Tomlin 7, Godden 7,
Just shows how wrong you are. These are Swanny's marks for the team.

O'Malley 5, Naismith 8, Tafazolli 5, White 6, Lafferty 7, Ward 6, Woodyard 6, Cooke 6, Maddison 10, Tomlin 8, Godden 9.
Or how wrong he is. His marks are a joke
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Re: Posh v Wycombe

Post by ashman » 02 Mar 2019, 23:43

bristleposh wrote:
02 Mar 2019, 23:41
ashman wrote:
02 Mar 2019, 23:33
bristleposh wrote:
02 Mar 2019, 23:05


OMalley 3, Naismith 5, Taffazolli 3, White 4, Lafferty 4, Ward 4, Woodyard 4, Cooke 3, Maddison 9, Tomlin 7, Godden 7,
Just shows how wrong you are. These are Swanny's marks for the team.

O'Malley 5, Naismith 8, Tafazolli 5, White 6, Lafferty 7, Ward 6, Woodyard 6, Cooke 6, Maddison 10, Tomlin 8, Godden 9.
Or how wrong he is. His marks are a joke
... says the man who gave Taff and Cooke a mark of 3. That and the other scores are the jokes! :roll:
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Re: Posh v Wycombe

Post by tonyp » 03 Mar 2019, 02:58

ashman wrote:
02 Mar 2019, 23:43
bristleposh wrote:
02 Mar 2019, 23:41
ashman wrote:
02 Mar 2019, 23:33

Just shows how wrong you are. These are Swanny's marks for the team.

O'Malley 5, Naismith 8, Tafazolli 5, White 6, Lafferty 7, Ward 6, Woodyard 6, Cooke 6, Maddison 10, Tomlin 8, Godden 9.
Or how wrong he is. His marks are a joke
... says the man who gave Taff and Cooke a mark of 3. That and the other scores are the jokes! :roll:
I managed to drag myself out of bed at 1am and watched the whole game for the first time this season.
Because I haven't watched any other games I can't give points to players. But I can't quite understand why Swanny is any better at giving points than bristle or anybody else.
I thought our defence was very poor especially O'Malley. I also thought that Maddison, Godden and Tomlin were all very good. In fact Maddison was exceptionally good.
I can see us making the play-offs along with Doncaster. Hopefully Charlton will miss out.
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Re: Posh v Wycombe

Post by DaveLister » 03 Mar 2019, 05:44

ashman wrote:
02 Mar 2019, 23:08
Listen to Matty Godden's interview and read between the lines about Steve Evans. If Evans was doing it he would have named and shamed Godden. Good lad. We all know exactly what you mean!

https://www.theposh.com/news/2019/march ... the-goals/


...... and Magical Maddison if you subscribe to iFollow!

https://www.theposh.com/news/2019/march ... e-victory/
"confidence took a hit under the previous manager". Tells us all we need to know about Mr Evans management I think.
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Re: Posh v Wycombe

Post by bristleposh » 03 Mar 2019, 09:08

ashman wrote:
02 Mar 2019, 23:43
bristleposh wrote:
02 Mar 2019, 23:41
ashman wrote:
02 Mar 2019, 23:33

Just shows how wrong you are. These are Swanny's marks for the team.

O'Malley 5, Naismith 8, Tafazolli 5, White 6, Lafferty 7, Ward 6, Woodyard 6, Cooke 6, Maddison 10, Tomlin 8, Godden 9.
Or how wrong he is. His marks are a joke
... says the man who gave Taff and Cooke a mark of 3. That and the other scores are the jokes! :roll:
The system I try to adhere to is as follows

10 = Absolutely Perfect, not a foot wrong
09 = Brilliant
08 = very Good
07 = Good performance
06 = above average
05 = average
04 = below average
03 = poor performance
02/01 = utterly useless

From my ratings given after the Wycombe game I think those with any knowledge of the game would understand that yesterday two or three of our defensive players including the keeper, who I certainly think is currently our best keeper, gave poor performances. As good a performance as it was from Maddison no way was it worthy of a ten. He was our man of the match but to say he was foot perfect was an exaggeration.
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Re: Posh v Wycombe

Post by ashman » 03 Mar 2019, 10:05

My ratings for your ratings for the Wycombe game:

02/01
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Re: Posh v Wycombe

Post by bristleposh » 03 Mar 2019, 10:14

ashman wrote:
03 Mar 2019, 10:05
My ratings for your ratings for the Wycombe game:

02/01
Of course you are entitled to your opinion. The fact that you are wrong doesn't surprise me.
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Re: Posh v Wycombe

Post by Wycliffe » 03 Mar 2019, 11:10

bristleposh wrote:
02 Mar 2019, 23:41
ashman wrote:
02 Mar 2019, 23:33
bristleposh wrote:
02 Mar 2019, 23:05


OMalley 3, Naismith 5, Taffazolli 3, White 4, Lafferty 4, Ward 4, Woodyard 4, Cooke 3, Maddison 9, Tomlin 7, Godden 7,
Just shows how wrong you are. These are Swanny's marks for the team.

O'Malley 5, Naismith 8, Tafazolli 5, White 6, Lafferty 7, Ward 6, Woodyard 6, Cooke 6, Maddison 10, Tomlin 8, Godden 9.
Or how wrong he is. His marks are a joke
His marks are about right except MM shouldn't get a 10.
9 at best as he should lose points for his play acting especially the fractured skull incident.

He was however outstanding and performance like that more regularly will see a couple of things happen.

We will prosper.

He may get his desperately wished for move somewhere.

Taff got away with it a bit as the beast wasn't as aggressive as usual although he bested Taff 90% of the time. Glad to see Swanny appreciated Naismith, he's an honest pro who has prospered since Evans has left and indeed even before that he was performing well. Probably our best central defender against a team like Wycombe.

For those who fancy Ainsworth as a future POSH manager do you think he can play any other way but the style (I use that word loosely) we saw yesterday?

Enjoyable game for once though not many teams will be as poor as Wycombe were and mistakes like we made yesterday won't go unpunished by less bad sides.

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Re: Posh v Wycombe

Post by ashman » 03 Mar 2019, 14:52

Wycliffe wrote:
03 Mar 2019, 11:10
Glad to see Swanny appreciated Naismith, he's an honest pro who has prospered since Evans has left and indeed even before that he was performing well. Probably our best central defender against a team like Wycombe.
I'm glad that someone other than I rated Naismith so highly. He shared the duties with Taff of stopping Adebayo Akinfenwa but is a much tougher individual than Taff. I agree that he has turned his game around since SE and PR left and he is now looking a good centre half who wants to hang on to his place. He is still occasionally liable to an occasional slip up, as are all players, particularly at this level. Players in the Championship and higher also mess up occasionally too. It's in the very nature of being a footballer!
p.s. I hope that Marcus stays with us. He is just one of those players that excite and annoy the crowd in equal measure. If Tomlin goes (almost certain I would say) and Dembele fails to come back and make an impression, it will be a very boring Posh squad to be watching next season!
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Re: Posh v Wycombe

Post by Poshay » 03 Mar 2019, 15:07

Both centre backs were on occasion out jumped by the middle aged lard bucket ; if only he could shed a few kilos he might yet make a decent centre forward.
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Re: Posh v Wycombe

Post by ashman » 03 Mar 2019, 15:23

It was good also to see a decent ref officiate in one of our games! It was about time too! Well done Seb Stockbridge
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Re: Posh v Wycombe

Post by Wycliffe » 04 Mar 2019, 16:12

ashman wrote:
03 Mar 2019, 15:23
It was good also to see a decent ref officiate in one of our games! It was about time too! Well done Seb Stockbridge
Yeah I've mentioned that elsewhere, nice to see a ref not want to be the star of the show.
I bet MM was grateful :wink:

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