POSH v GILLINGHAM

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Re: POSH v GILLINGHAM

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Fergie hasard to change some things to be better and get the win.
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Bloody hell they blitzed us in the first 20 minutes...we looked like a non-league team...we started to come into it when switched to 3-5-2...I think we will win ...and we need too
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Need a draw at least. Charlton are on fire, as are Lincoln. We have a very tough finish to the season
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Re: POSH v GILLINGHAM

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SE has watched us regularly. Let's do them over like we did in Feb when 1 down. Here we go !
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Wow, Beevers off and Burrows on :-0
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7 minutes of added time...we need to test their keeper at least once
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Big Steve has stitched us
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So many chances in last quarter. At least Sunderland drew.
Lincoln are now the threat. They play Hull on Saturday and then us at LR on 1st May.
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We huffed and puffed, hit the bar, missed a couple but hats off to Gillingham who got their goal and then hung on like a non-league team in a 3rd round cup tie at a bigger club....
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Steve Evans a pretty good manager isn't he.....
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stumpy wrote: 20 Apr 2021, 21:55 Steve Evans a pretty good manager isn't he.....
He’s fantastic, I just loved the free flowing attacking football from Gillingham tonight. It’s a real shame he’s no longer our manager, we’d be champions by now if he was still here.
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Wilco wrote: 20 Apr 2021, 22:02
stumpy wrote: 20 Apr 2021, 21:55 Steve Evans a pretty good manager isn't he.....
He’s fantastic, I just loved the free flowing attacking football from Gillingham tonight. It’s a real shame he’s no longer our manager, we’d be champions by now if he was still here.
I'd love to see what our bloke would do with 10 pence and a bunch of journeymen...........
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tonyp wrote: 18 Apr 2021, 21:57
JohnC wrote: 18 Apr 2021, 11:25 It's hard to imagine they'll have much of a spring in their collective step on Tuesday.
Most of us will agree with that but Steve Evans won't. He'll make it really tough for us.
I did warn you.
Gillingham could still make the play-offs and so can Posh.
Lincoln and Sunderland pose a big threat.
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Re: POSH v GILLINGHAM

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stumpy wrote: 20 Apr 2021, 22:06
Wilco wrote: 20 Apr 2021, 22:02
stumpy wrote: 20 Apr 2021, 21:55 Steve Evans a pretty good manager isn't he.....
He’s fantastic, I just loved the free flowing attacking football from Gillingham tonight. It’s a real shame he’s no longer our manager, we’d be champions by now if he was still here.
I'd love to see what our bloke would do with 10 pence and a bunch of journeymen...........
Steve Evans was given backing at Posh and the players he bought played the same turgid hoof ball we witnessed tonight. Fair play, they did a job on us and won 3 points with one shot on goal so you can’t knock him, and if your fans are happy to watch that type of football every week, then there’s no argument.
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Re: POSH v GILLINGHAM

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They’ve played twice this season, one win each. I just don’t think we’re as good as the league table suggests we are. Eleven defeats beaten by Chorley in the FA Cup, how many times have we put in championship elect performances. We have been outplayed by some very poor sides.
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