Posh v Bournemouth

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Re: Posh v Bournemouth

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Well done Posh, they worked hard for that point.
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Re: Posh v Bournemouth

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Brianposh wrote: 29 Sep 2021, 23:04 Well done Posh, they worked hard for that point.
They certainly did Brian. They also showed a lot more ruthlessness about their play and were not averse to playing a touch dirty at times. I know that is not what we really look for in a performance but when your backs are up against a wall, as we are at present, then that is what you sometimes have to resort to.
Very well done Posh!
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bristleposh wrote: 29 Sep 2021, 21:49
Don’t be greedy, that was a brilliant result. We didn’t look like scoring but neither did they in truth. Thompson man of the match for me, although Butler, Kent, Edwards, Cornell all deserve mention as did Taylor and Burrows for their first half show.
Only one criticism I have on the back 4 last night is that I wish Butler would realise which way is forwards. Several chances he had to push the ball through or down the line but he always chose to stop and play it back.
Apart from that it was a goos performance and result. JMHO
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Re: Posh v Bournemouth

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Suffolkposh wrote: 30 Sep 2021, 11:49
bristleposh wrote: 29 Sep 2021, 21:49
Don’t be greedy, that was a brilliant result. We didn’t look like scoring but neither did they in truth. Thompson man of the match for me, although Butler, Kent, Edwards, Cornell all deserve mention as did Taylor and Burrows for their first half show.
Only one criticism I have on the back 4 last night is that I wish Butler would realise which way is forwards. Several chances he had to push the ball through or down the line but he always chose to stop and play it back.
Apart from the it was a goos performance and result. JMHO
I have said that exact same things many times in the past trouble is, his right foot is solely for standing on, if he turns to face infield, straightaway he has lessened his options to passing either across or back.
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Re: Posh v Bournemouth

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Really good point against a good team who'll be in the top 2 or 3 this season. Nothing upfront as usual but have come to expect that now to be honest. Sammie needs to start as he works his b0llocks off and doesn't spend the whole time moaning at everyone else like someone else does. He might even win a header which would be one more than the current 'striker'
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