BURTON ALBION v POSH

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Gaz_Miller
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Re: BURTON ALBION v POSH

Post by Gaz_Miller »

tonyp wrote: 06 Mar 2021, 19:14
Gaz_Miller wrote: 06 Mar 2021, 18:39
ashman wrote: 06 Mar 2021, 18:01 Almost inevitable. Not many sides in any league go for more than 5 or six wins on the trot. How we respond is the problem now.
And this is the main worry. You really can see a winless run
Only a pessimist will see this as the beginning of a winless run.
Only a follower of Ferguson's Posh can see a winless run. For goodness sake, we've already had one this season if you can cast your memory back to November.
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dunc
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Re: BURTON ALBION v POSH

Post by dunc »

This is already the 2nd winless game in a row so the run has started
dunc
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Re: BURTON ALBION v POSH

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I would rather we dropped points at Burton than in the next 2 home games so it was a shame that a clearly unfit Jonson Clarke-Harris was risked
stumpy
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Re: BURTON ALBION v POSH

Post by stumpy »

Jimmy doing a good job at Burton...do they have any players that cost more than 5 pence or a loan fee?
Slabby
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Re: BURTON ALBION v POSH

Post by Slabby »

JFH did his homework on us today. Our hero Grant McCann on Tuesday, will have done the same. "Twice sacked" Fergie has got to react now.
pleasureboy60
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Re: BURTON ALBION v POSH

Post by pleasureboy60 »

The worrying thing for me is when we have an off day, all our players seem to have an off day. Hard to pick a man of the match for us today. All very average.
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