BURTON ALBION v POSH

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bristleposh wrote: 06 Mar 2021, 13:21 Just a thought on games on iFollow, we often joke about Saturday's being a wonderful day out meeting friends in great pubs and having a few ales, talking to fellow fans en route, all in all, a wonderful day out ruined by the bit between 3 and 5, Now we are not getting all the prelims the bit between 3 and 5, for the most part, has been quite acceptable. Why can't you do it all the time in front of an audience?
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0-0 H/T....good game with Pym making two good saves...Dembele is our dangerman....Ward almost there with a couple of crosses but final ball has been just lacking a bit of quality....
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****,Pym a little at fault there 1-0 down :-(
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2-0 and, to be fair, Burton probably offered more up front....
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2 nil down wtf...
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stumpy wrote: 06 Mar 2021, 17:20 2-0 and, to be fair, Burton probably offered more up front....
Don't think they offer much, we look really comfortable at the back. It's up front where we're struggling, gamble with JCH didnt pay off. He's offered nothing in this game.

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BanburyPosh wrote: 06 Mar 2021, 17:31
stumpy wrote: 06 Mar 2021, 17:20 2-0 and, to be fair, Burton probably offered more up front....
Don't think they offer much, we look really comfortable at the back. It's up front where we're struggling, gamble with JCH didnt pay off. He's offered nothing in this game.

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Should not have started JCH...we've havent threatened much at all which is a real surprise given the quality out there
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Burton did their homework and playing JCH who's not 100% didn't help. Fergie definitely needs a Plan B for the next two games
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Well played Harrison Burrows....real player in there....2-1 loss and hope it's not the beginning of a collapse.....
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blueboro wrote: 06 Mar 2021, 17:20 2 nil down wtf...
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.
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Man of the Match DEMBELE, but our forward play let us down for sure. JCH not fit, and it showed, Ward poor centres, and Szmodics had an off game.
Never mind, next Tuesday a big, big game. A long way to go.
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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
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If we beat Hull on Tuesday, a big ask I know but we still have our wonderful home record. We will go three points clear of them and have two games in hand
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Referee was soft on them in the first half, that first foul on Dembele should have been red, if it had been in the eightieth minute it almost certainly would have, just because it was n the third should not have made a difference. It was a reckless leg breaker.
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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.
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