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POSH at Gillingham

Post by poshnipper » 20 Sep 2018, 06:28

...... 20% chance of rain in Gillingham on Saturday.
We’ll win! That’s my forecast
:comeon: :comeon: :comeon:
We go again...
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Re: POSH at Gillingham

Post by Wycliffe » 20 Sep 2018, 07:23

It is a horrible place even if it was scorching, thank goodness we know a decent pub en route as the town is a disgrace.

Win 2-1 as we can't seem to keep a clean sheet.

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Re: POSH at Gillingham

Post by ashman » 20 Sep 2018, 07:32

poshnipper wrote:
20 Sep 2018, 06:28
...... 20% chance of rain in Gillingham on Saturday.
We’ll win! That’s my forecast
:comeon: :comeon: :comeon:
It's a good job I got you a match ticket in the covered section then! :)
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Re: POSH at Gillingham

Post by matt404 » 20 Sep 2018, 08:11

Hopefully this sees us return to winning ways. :comeon:

Interesting piece in the ET today https://www.peterboroughtoday.co.uk/spo ... -1-8640400 about us using the second fewest players behind Warsaw. I'd forgotten we'd even signed Buckley-Ricketts!

I wonder how long that will continue for - surely Cooper, Maddison, Toney, Reed and probably even Yorwerth must be close to starting? Three of those would be in most teams starting XI week in and week out. How long can he keep them all happy?
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Re: POSH at Gillingham

Post by bristleposh » 20 Sep 2018, 08:42

I certainly agree with the manager as to why would you change a successful side. As the article above says the rest of the squad understand that. Some supporters don't, and crave to see others, they get their chance in the various cup competitions as Walker did at Luton, sadly he didn't reproduce at Southend. It was in my opinion trying to fit a square peg into a round hole. I'm not sure what position would have suited Walker, but certainly neither he nor O'Hara could replace Ward. Perhaps if had replaced O'Hara it may have been different.
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Re: POSH at Gillingham

Post by Gazza8 » 20 Sep 2018, 14:38

I think the team will win after this hard loosing match against Portsmouth last week-end. Hopefully, teams back us lost too (Sunderland, Barnsley) so team keep 4 points front.

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Re: POSH at Gillingham

Post by bristleposh » 20 Sep 2018, 17:12

Welcome to the board all you newbees, I wonder what has changed to bring so many new people to post.
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Re: POSH at Gillingham

Post by Wycliffe » 20 Sep 2018, 17:50

bristleposh wrote:
20 Sep 2018, 17:12
Welcome to the board all you newbees, I wonder what has changed to bring so many new people to post.
I don't know but at least they realise it was against the imposters that walker impressed :lol:

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Re: POSH at Gillingham

Post by bristleposh » 20 Sep 2018, 18:02

Wycliffe wrote:
20 Sep 2018, 17:50
bristleposh wrote:
20 Sep 2018, 17:12
Welcome to the board all you newbees, I wonder what has changed to bring so many new people to post.
I don't know but at least they realise it was against the imposters that walker impressed :lol:
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Post by john316z » 20 Sep 2018, 18:10

bristleposh wrote:
20 Sep 2018, 17:12
Welcome to the board all you newbees, I wonder what has changed to bring so many new people to post.
Ah I wondered why it's been so quiet..... Clearly blocking out broader opinions?

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Re: POSH at Gillingham

Post by OBM » 20 Sep 2018, 18:41

Bloody newbies

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Re: POSH at Gillingham

Post by ashman » 21 Sep 2018, 00:01

Wycliffe wrote:
20 Sep 2018, 17:50
bristleposh wrote:
20 Sep 2018, 17:12
Welcome to the board all you newbees, I wonder what has changed to bring so many new people to post.
I don't know but at least they realise it was against the imposters that walker impressed :lol:
Exactly. It was a good team goal involving Walker, Maddison, a superb ball back to Walker and an incisive through ball forward to Toney who took a short but excellent touch onto Godden who finished in style. Walker will struggle in this team unless the long ball tactics are not reduced. Nothing wrong with that except it needs to be interspersed with passing football of some description. That goal and Naismith's attempt in the first half were the only two pieces of teamwork that really worked on Saturday.
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Re: POSH at Gillingham

Post by Wycliffe » 21 Sep 2018, 07:03

ashman wrote:
21 Sep 2018, 00:01
Wycliffe wrote:
20 Sep 2018, 17:50
bristleposh wrote:
20 Sep 2018, 17:12
Welcome to the board all you newbees, I wonder what has changed to bring so many new people to post.
I don't know but at least they realise it was against the imposters that walker impressed :lol:
Exactly. It was a good team goal involving Walker, Maddison, a superb ball back to Walker and an incisive through ball forward to Toney who took a short but excellent touch onto Madden who finished in style. Walker will struggle in this team unless the long ball tactics are not reduced. Nothing wrong with that except it needs to be interspersed with passing football of some description. That goal and Naismith's attempt in the first half were the only two pieces of teamwork that really worked on Saturday.
That was deliberate right? :lol:

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Re: POSH at Gillingham

Post by Wycliffe » 21 Sep 2018, 12:03

https://londonroad.net/2018/09/21/who-t ... ingham-fc/

some good stuff although he is unduly kind about the town :lol:

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Re: POSH at Gillingham

Post by bristleposh » 21 Sep 2018, 13:08

Wycliffe wrote:
21 Sep 2018, 12:03
https://londonroad.net/2018/09/21/who-t ... ingham-fc/

some good stuff although he is unduly kind about the town :lol:
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