Charlton v Posh

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Re: Charlton v Posh

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stumpy wrote: 23 Apr 2021, 23:24
White G wrote: 23 Apr 2021, 21:27 2-0 Charlton I fear. Just have a feeling that Fergie could be found out here but hope I'm wrong!
Too much quality in the squad I think this year even if Fergie is outsmarted
Give it a rest
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How unlucky was Sammie, one brilliantly saved and another at full strength hitting the post
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What a fantastic result and one I wasn’t expecting. Thought we were excellent for 20 mins but we were never going to get it all our own way.
Penalty was nailed on but great save from Bursik.
I thought Steve Evans was back in charge during the second half as we sat deep and defended without creating much going forward. However, we did have a couple of chances which is more than you could say for Charlton. They were much better to watch than when they came to London road and it made for a good game. My nerves were shredded by the end.
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Re: Charlton v Posh

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Wilco wrote: 24 Apr 2021, 19:13 What a fantastic result and one I wasn’t expecting. Thought we were excellent for 20 mins but we were never going to get it all our own way.
Penalty was nailed on but great save from Bursik.
I thought Steve Evans was back in charge during the second half as we sat deep and defended without creating much going forward. However, we did have a couple of chances which is more than you could say for Charlton. They were much better to watch than when they came to London road and it made for a good game. My nerves were shredded by the end.
Well, we were punting long balls with an irate Scotsman on the sidelines :wink:
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bristleposh wrote: 24 Apr 2021, 18:58 How unlucky was Sammie, one brilliantly saved and another at full strength hitting the post
I thought he should have scored when the keeper saved and the post one was just unlucky...however, will need to pop in one of those if we are in the championship
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Great result, finally feeling confident now!
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Re: Charlton v Posh

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stumpy wrote: 24 Apr 2021, 21:45
bristleposh wrote: 24 Apr 2021, 18:58 How unlucky was Sammie, one brilliantly saved and another at full strength hitting the post
I thought he should have scored when the keeper saved and the post one was just unlucky...however, will need to pop in one of those if we are in the championship
My memory is not good, but thinking of a time when one of our front men had three surnames (Craig Mackail-Smith) the number of chances he squandered yet went on to play international football and be successful at the higher level, hopefully, our current three surnamed player and Sammie Szmodics can be successful at the higher grade
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