POSH v WIMBLEDON

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Re: POSH v WIMBLEDON

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Re: POSH v WIMBLEDON

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2-0 Szmodics again. Don’t know what they give them in their tea at half time!
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Szmodics took that very well....
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Narrowboat Dave wrote: 20 Feb 2021, 17:12 2-0 Szmodics again. Don’t know what they give them in their tea at half time!
Probably state that we are playing a team with Alex Woodyard in the midfield.....go out and play 4-4-2 and batter them
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Re: POSH v WIMBLEDON

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3-0 JCH
An I as thiking Fergie might give JCH a rest.
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Re: POSH v WIMBLEDON

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All over....3-0 and, frankly, well deserved win over a poor Wimbledon....as at Gillingham, we looked better at 4-4-2 in the 2nd half.....
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tonyp wrote: 20 Feb 2021, 08:36 I agree with Gaz and Stumpy in this case. We do have the best team and the best manager in League 1.
Wimbledon are in for a hiding. I'm not sure we'll make 5 or more though, even though my wife thinks we will.
3-0 is a hiding.
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Re: POSH v WIMBLEDON

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Thank you James Coppinger, we’re up to second
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Re: POSH v WIMBLEDON

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Very ordinary first half for Posh, but tea/coffee warmed up by the hair-drier at half-time did the trick. Szmodics and Dembele in excellent form. Two good wins in this last 5 days.
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Re: POSH v WIMBLEDON

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stumpy wrote: 20 Feb 2021, 17:15
Narrowboat Dave wrote: 20 Feb 2021, 17:12 2-0 Szmodics again. Don’t know what they give them in their tea at half time!
Probably state that we are playing a team with Alex Woodyard in the midfield.....go out and play 4-4-2 and batter them
That’s what managers used to say when they played Steve Evans’ Posh :D
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bristleposh wrote: 20 Feb 2021, 18:22 Thank you James Coppinger, we’re up to second
Bloody fantastic! I thought Hull had won till I saw your post :shock: :)
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Re: POSH v WIMBLEDON

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Wilco wrote: 20 Feb 2021, 19:01
stumpy wrote: 20 Feb 2021, 17:15
Narrowboat Dave wrote: 20 Feb 2021, 17:12 2-0 Szmodics again. Don’t know what they give them in their tea at half time!
Probably state that we are playing a team with Alex Woodyard in the midfield.....go out and play 4-4-2 and batter them
That’s what managers used to say when they played Steve Evans’ Posh :D
Awful player and a bad signing...Evans made a few for sure.....
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Re: POSH v WIMBLEDON

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but he was 'mentally strong' remember, like all of Uncle Stevie''s diamonds.

Really pleased for Sammie, such a likeable character and is now looking like the player we had on loan a year ago
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Re: POSH v WIMBLEDON

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Woodyard is still plying his trade in League One. He's very limited, but does a job.

Interesting to see 750,000 pound man Tasdemir start for Oldham Athletic in League 2 on Saturday. I wonder where he'll end up?
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Re: POSH v WIMBLEDON

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Probably at Morecambe or Accrington
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