Posh v Bradford (FA Cup Round 2)

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Posh v Bradford (FA Cup Round 2)

Post by ashman » 21 Nov 2018, 18:16

To be played 1st. December. 3.00 p.m. Excellent pricing. Well done Posh! See below.

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Re: Posh v Bradford (FA Cup Round 2)

Post by ashman » 21 Nov 2018, 19:27

Coventry City v Peterborough United

REFEREE: ANTHONY BACKHOUSE

Assistant Referees: Alan Clayton and Paul Graham

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Re: Posh v Bradford (FA Cup Round 2)

Post by d3d4 » 30 Nov 2018, 16:02

Here's our FA Cup preview & predictions which I hope you will enjoy!

http://d3d4football.com/fa-cup-2nd-roun ... n-bradley/

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Re: Posh v Bradford (FA Cup Round 2)

Post by Poshay » 30 Nov 2018, 17:04

d3d4 wrote:
30 Nov 2018, 16:02
Here's our FA Cup preview & predictions which I hope you will enjoy!

http://d3d4football.com/fa-cup-2nd-roun ... n-bradley/
Very informative thank you. I hope your predictions for Posh and Shaymen come to fruition.
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Re: Posh v Bradford (FA Cup Round 2)

Post by poshnipper » 30 Nov 2018, 22:02

Surely we learned something from the other week. I forecast a win.
:comeon: :comeon:
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Re: Posh v Bradford (FA Cup Round 2)

Post by Poshay » 01 Dec 2018, 08:51

poshnipper wrote:
30 Nov 2018, 22:02
Surely we learned something from the other week. I forecast a win.
:comeon: :comeon:
City will have learned too ; this time they might not sit back and try to defend a 1 goal lead. If they had continued to play as they had done until they scored they could have been 3 up by half time. Posh need to do better this time from the whistle.
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Re: Posh v Bradford (FA Cup Round 2)

Post by Poshay » 01 Dec 2018, 16:55

Poshay wrote:
01 Dec 2018, 08:51
poshnipper wrote:
30 Nov 2018, 22:02
Surely we learned something from the other week. I forecast a win.
:comeon: :comeon:
City will have learned too ; this time they might not sit back and try to defend a 1 goal lead. If they had continued to play as they had done until they scored they could have been 3 up by half time. Posh need to do better this time from the whistle and be 2 up by half time.
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Re: Posh v Bradford (FA Cup Round 2)

Post by bristleposh » 01 Dec 2018, 18:04

Oh dear oh dear, listened only today so couldn't see what happened, sounded like two lucky goals, but when will we learn not to sit back and try and defend a lead. I do hope none of the players or the management team have a dog, because they would certainly lose it.
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Re: Posh v Bradford (FA Cup Round 2)

Post by halfwayline » 01 Dec 2018, 18:31

Posh may be sitting in 4th in the league, however the football is dire we beat afc Wimbledon with a wonder goal and drawn against a truly awful Bradford twice. Can’t see this squad going up via playoffs or finishing in the top 6.

Not even 4K there today and can only see it decreasing with loud mouth cocking things up.

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Re: Posh v Bradford (FA Cup Round 2)

Post by tonyp » 01 Dec 2018, 19:03

I'm beginning to accept just looking up the score and not following the game in any way.
We didn't lose. We're in the draw on Monday.
I'm happy.
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Re: Posh v Bradford (FA Cup Round 2)

Post by Steamy Nin » 01 Dec 2018, 20:29

tonyp wrote:
01 Dec 2018, 19:03
I'm beginning to accept just looking up the score and not following the game in any way.
We didn't lose. We're in the draw on Monday.
I'm happy.
That's the spirit :clap:

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Re: Posh v Bradford (FA Cup Round 2)

Post by ashman » 01 Dec 2018, 22:40

bristleposh wrote:
01 Dec 2018, 18:04
Oh dear oh dear, listened only today so couldn't see what happened, sounded like two lucky goals, but when will we learn not to sit back and try and defend a lead. I do hope none of the players or the management team have a dog, because they would certainly lose it.
Don't forget that Steve Evans's teams know how to see out a game and don't concede late in the game - according to Steve Evans! :evil: :twisted:
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Re: Posh v Bradford (FA Cup Round 2)

Post by HantsPosh » 02 Dec 2018, 00:59

And are all ‘mentally strong’ according to that joke of a manager. No excuses now as it’s his team.

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Re: Posh v Bradford (FA Cup Round 2)

Post by ashman » 02 Dec 2018, 11:30

I thoroughly enjoyed the first half and we went in fully deserving to be two goals up. Superb ball by Marcus to give Toney the chance to score the first, which he did perfectly. Siriki Dembele seems to be getting back some of the form that recently had deserted him. He is now back to using his attacking skills very effectively but still, imo, often fails to release the ball to others after he has dazzled the opposition. One too many touches is an oft used expression in football and applies totally to Siriki! He took his goal very well however.
Joe Ward once again, for the second game running, made playing at right back look simple and when Naismith came on for Dembele he was shifted further forward and the whole dynamic of the team changed, especially when Reed was also subbed for O'Hara. The switch from Godden to Cummings I could see was ok. I feel sorry for Matty Godden as his goal touch has really deserted him just recently but I am sure that it will return. In essence there was no need at all to use any of the subs yesterday but managers just seem to use this as another way of trying to show the fans that they are in charge! Evans is beginning to become a 'tinkerer' in the mould of 'Meddles.' He is rapidly losing his credibility within the fan base, nothing that a few good results could not repair however. He has shown that his players can play in an attractive manner and score goals - he has also shown tactical naivety by lumping the ball aimlessly, hoping that it will not return to where it came from and that just doesn't happen.
I'll still be at St. James Park on Tuesday cheering the lads on, hoping that the penny will eventually drop with our management team!
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Re: Posh v Bradford (FA Cup Round 2)

Post by bristleposh » 02 Dec 2018, 11:50

Looks like it looked like it sounded, good match commentating from Radio Scum who'd have thunk it
http://www.theposhforum.co.uk/download/file.php?id=761

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