03/08/2019 V Fleetwood

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Re: 03/08/2019 V Fleetwood

Post by White G » 04 Aug 2019, 21:50

DaveLister wrote:
04 Aug 2019, 20:18
Stamford(POSHBOYZ) wrote:
04 Aug 2019, 10:33
1971 club In the 70s and 80s London road was like a fortress the players need to train on the pitch corners free kicks team pattern smell the stadium have lunch there sit or stand in the stadium prehaps it could make a difference our away form is better why?.I have been standing in the London road since 1972 all my travels around the world my POSH top comes too..Clubs like Fleetwood (played Stamford in the Evo stick ) Accrington maybe Salford and oh dear Lincoln are catching us up now come fergie players and coaches sort it out I am available for next Saturday ex local league player Centre half age 57 Garry Baker from STAMFORD losing patients .
I was at Posh in the 80s, was Jez Moulds your youth team captain?
I'm guessing this guy is bogus. What person over 18 spells boys as "Boyz"? Patter of a teenager rather than someone born in the 60s!

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Re: 03/08/2019 V Fleetwood

Post by ashman » 04 Aug 2019, 21:51

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04 Aug 2019, 21:48
Fergie is hopeless but I see that people are getting grief on here for saying what's blatantly obvious. Nothing's changed in the last few years then!😁
Neither have you! If you don't like it you don't have to be here. It is noted that you always appear when Posh have had a bad result!
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Re: 03/08/2019 V Fleetwood

Post by ashman » 04 Aug 2019, 21:52

Stamford(POSHBOYZ) wrote:
04 Aug 2019, 18:49
Due too ill health serious at times only attended handful of matches since 2015 this my club we need pride and yes local players i was at posh youth with Mickey Gynn steve Ctollins john winters etc so do not get funny I have attended more matches home and away you have had hot dinners and yes I played for Cambridge United and a norway t club and coached in India africa and sri lanka get real and shut up whoever you are
Rude. Please refrain (if you know what that means!)
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Re: 03/08/2019 V Fleetwood

Post by JohnC » 05 Aug 2019, 10:44

I can't recall a less auspicious home debut by a striker than Eisa's on Saturday. He has the plodding, hang-dog demeanour of that other (reported) million-pound talent, LDSL. At least Joe Gormley and Luke James ran around a bit. I noticed in particular his behaviour on returning to the field for the second half: he slung his water bottle to the ground (on the pitch), leaving it for someone else to pick up; thereafter he stood completely apart from his team-mates, making no effort to relate to or communicate with them. On the evidence of that game, I wonder what would justify his selection over a fit Matt Godden.

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Re: 03/08/2019 V Fleetwood

Post by ashman » 05 Aug 2019, 12:23

JohnC wrote:
05 Aug 2019, 10:44
I can't recall a less auspicious home debut by a striker than Eisa's on Saturday. He has the plodding, hang-dog demeanour of that other (reported) million-pound talent, LDSL. At least Joe Gormley and Luke James ran around a bit. I noticed in particular his behaviour on returning to the field for the second half: he slung his water bottle to the ground (on the pitch), leaving it for someone else to pick up; thereafter he stood completely apart from his team-mates, making no effort to relate to or communicate with them. On the evidence of that game, I wonder what would justify his selection over a fit Matt Godden.
He did have one very good effort saved by their keeper, initially taking up a good position on the left and supplied by Toney. Other than that he was fairly anonymous. He will get better, as will all the rest of the team. Interesting to note that the substitution of Joe Ward (who I thought was one of the few putting in a good effort) made way for Marcus and this changed the tempo of the game. For all those criticising the lad (faults and all) need to realise that he is still one of the most effective players we have.
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Re: 03/08/2019 V Fleetwood

Post by Wycliffe » 05 Aug 2019, 13:00

JohnC wrote:
05 Aug 2019, 10:44
I can't recall a less auspicious home debut by a striker than Eisa's on Saturday. He has the plodding, hang-dog demeanour of that other (reported) million-pound talent, LDSL. At least Joe Gormley and Luke James ran around a bit. I noticed in particular his behaviour on returning to the field for the second half: he slung his water bottle to the ground (on the pitch), leaving it for someone else to pick up; thereafter he stood completely apart from his team-mates, making no effort to relate to or communicate with them. On the evidence of that game, I wonder what would justify his selection over a fit Matt Godden.
On Saturday we didn't have a fit Godden but point taken

He was disappointing as were most others, trouble was after seeing some promising inter action between him and Toney at Reading I was amazed to see them so far apart all match saturday.

There was one incident when Ivan actually won a header and it was quite obvious where he was going to flick on to, somehow Mo managed to go somewhere totally different (Deeping Exotic Pet Sanctuary I think)

Really hope he bucks up soon else the decision to pay such an amount is going to be questioned and I hate such a brave decision being doubted
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Re: 03/08/2019 V Fleetwood

Post by trevormans » 05 Aug 2019, 13:59

Boris johnson says we need to be optimistic and that will serve as the catalyst to make posh great again

Boosterism is the way forward



We have lost one game of football it is not the end of the world


Did luton lose early games last season? And then won the league??

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Re: 03/08/2019 V Fleetwood

Post by ashman » 05 Aug 2019, 15:48

trevormans wrote:
05 Aug 2019, 13:59
Boris johnson says we need to be optimistic and that will serve as the catalyst to make posh great again

Boosterism is the way forward



We have lost one game of football it is not the end of the world


Did luton lose early games last season? And then won the league??
Good point Luton drew with Sunderland, lost to Portsmouth, West Bromwich Albion (Carabao Cup) and were stuffed 3-1 by Posh before beating Southend 2-0. One point from the first three games.
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Re: 03/08/2019 V Fleetwood

Post by Gaz_Miller » 05 Aug 2019, 17:13

Luton were an exception, not the rule.
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Re: 03/08/2019 V Fleetwood

Post by DaveLister » 05 Aug 2019, 18:04

trevormans wrote:
05 Aug 2019, 13:59
Boris johnson says we need to be optimistic and that will serve as the catalyst to make posh great again

Boosterism is the way forward



We have lost one game of football it is not the end of the world


Did luton lose early games last season? And then won the league??
Im pretty sure we got stuffed by Southend in the first game in the season we were promoted to the championship
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Re: 03/08/2019 V Fleetwood

Post by ashman » 05 Aug 2019, 19:07

DaveLister wrote:
05 Aug 2019, 18:04
trevormans wrote:
05 Aug 2019, 13:59
Boris johnson says we need to be optimistic and that will serve as the catalyst to make posh great again

Boosterism is the way forward



We have lost one game of football it is not the end of the world


Did luton lose early games last season? And then won the league??
Im pretty sure we got stuffed by Southend in the first game in the season we were promoted to the championship
Exactly Dave. That is why all this over reaction, condemning players and the manager is totally ludicrous!
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Re: 03/08/2019 V Fleetwood

Post by tonyp » 06 Aug 2019, 05:14

trevormans wrote:
05 Aug 2019, 13:59
We have lost one game of football it is not the end of the world
Every time a football team loses a game it seems like the end of the world to some of their fans.
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Re: 03/08/2019 V Fleetwood

Post by ashman » 06 Aug 2019, 07:21

tonyp wrote:
06 Aug 2019, 05:14
trevormans wrote:
05 Aug 2019, 13:59
We have lost one game of football it is not the end of the world
Every time a football team loses a game it seems like the end of the world to some of their fans.
:stupid: It's all rather immature to speculate this early in the season.
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Re: 03/08/2019 V Fleetwood

Post by bristleposh » 06 Aug 2019, 07:59

It matters not when a defeat occurs, it still feels like a massive kick in the gonads, every defeat does.
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Re: 03/08/2019 V Fleetwood

Post by Steamy Nin » 06 Aug 2019, 08:01

There have been 3 occasions since we were relegated from the Championship, where we have been top of the league in September and fallen away badly.

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