HUDDERSFIELD TOWN v POSH

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HUDDERSFIELD TOWN v POSH

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Huddersfield Town v Peterborough United Friday March 4th. (19:45)

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A question, I’m not sure of the answer but are the Believers still on an unbeaten run?
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Seems a bit harsh we having to play this game 2 days after playing Man City. They don't play again till Sunday.
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ppsm4 wrote: 02 Mar 2022, 11:24 Seems a bit harsh we having to play this game 2 days after playing Man City. They don't play again till Sunday.
I think in this division it is something players are used to, it's the mamby-pampies in the top flight that always moan about, how many games they have in the league. If you compare to a normal midweek game on a Wednesday turning round and playing on a Saturday afternoon, we have an extra 5 hours between the two fixtures.
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bristleposh wrote: 02 Mar 2022, 09:50 A question, I’m not sure of the answer but are the Believers still on an unbeaten run?
If anyone can end their unbeaten run
McCANN CAN
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tonyp wrote: 02 Mar 2022, 22:05
bristleposh wrote: 02 Mar 2022, 09:50 A question, I’m not sure of the answer but are the Believers still on an unbeaten run?
If anyone can end their unbeaten run
McCANN CAN
Of course Tony! That is why they will be forever called the 'Believers!' :wink: :comeon:
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One change from the Man City game, Beevers starts in place of Kent who apparently has a Viral complaint
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bristleposh wrote: 04 Mar 2022, 19:57 One change from the Man City game, Beevers starts in place of Kent who apparently has a Viral complaint
And goalkeeper Steven Benda was feeling unwell and was replaced by Dai Cornell. Benda is not able to sit on the bench because of this.

And bristle gets his 2-0 prediction wrong yet again. It's 3-0 already.
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tonyp wrote: 04 Mar 2022, 22:19
bristleposh wrote: 04 Mar 2022, 19:57 One change from the Man City game, Beevers starts in place of Kent who apparently has a Viral complaint
And goalkeeper Steven Benda was feeling unwell and was replaced by Dai Cornell. Benda is not able to sit on the bench because of this.

And bristle gets his 2-0 prediction wrong yet again. It's 3-0 already.
A last minute change, he’d even been training on the pitch pre kick off. The change certainly didn’t make a difference to the result he was one of the few players on the pitch who didn’t let himself down. Some of the defensive work especially at corners was terrible. Huddersfield had us on toast most times they entered our half. They effectively worked around our high press, and once they had, the midfield looked fragile with Grant nowhere near as effective as he had been against Manchester City. Ward and Coulson were both swept passed at relative ease which dragged everyone back to defend leaving gaping holes in front of defence, which they were utilising to pepper our goal with lots of shots, a couple just missing the target and one thumping off the cross bar, and many were saved by Cornell.
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We are no longer giving the opposing teams a game. Pathetic display.
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Brianposh wrote: 05 Mar 2022, 10:01 We are no longer giving the opposing teams a game. Pathetic display.
Agreed, was game over after 7 minutes & yet another game with no goals. McCann doing wonders for young players confidence by whipping Poku off after 25 mins for the rat Norburn. At least Beevers was back as at Captain rather than Mr Dead Leg want away Rat which was the only ‘positive’ of the evening

The journey there and back was fun with heavy traffic and then lots of Motorway closures on the way home including one diversion and sending everyone through the centre of Rotherham. Lovely journey right through the Peak District on the way there was a nice distraction from the sad news about Shane Warne and the ongoing situation in Ukraine

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A hopeless performance.

Cannot blame McCann as this is still all about the p*ss poor transfer business by DMac last summer.

Mind you, given that it will make no difference to the outcome this season, DMac could have saved some money (on the most expensive management team in the clubs history) and appointed the club chaplain as caretaker manager for a few months.
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RutlandOne wrote: 05 Mar 2022, 22:29 A hopeless performance.

Cannot blame McCann as this is still all about the p*ss poor transfer business by DMac last summer.

Mind you, given that it will make no difference to the outcome this season, DMac could have saved some money (on the most expensive management team in the clubs history) and appointed the club chaplain as caretaker manager for a few months.
Had he done that we’d be in need of a winger and a prayer
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bristleposh wrote: 05 Mar 2022, 23:19
RutlandOne wrote: 05 Mar 2022, 22:29 A hopeless performance.

Cannot blame McCann as this is still all about the p*ss poor transfer business by DMac last summer.

Mind you, given that it will make no difference to the outcome this season, DMac could have saved some money (on the most expensive management team in the clubs history) and appointed the club chaplain as caretaker manager for a few months.
Had he done that we’d be in need of a winger and a prayer
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RutlandOne wrote: 05 Mar 2022, 22:29 A hopeless performance.

Cannot blame McCann as this is still all about the p*ss poor transfer business by DMac last summer.

Mind you, given that it will make no difference to the outcome this season, DMac could have saved some money (on the most expensive management team in the clubs history) and appointed the club chaplain as caretaker manager for a few months.
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Most expensive management team in our history to end up with McCann!! A man who took Hull from the edge of the playoffs to bottom of the league in the same season. A man no one else wanted. A man we didn’t have to outbid anyone for. A man who was out of work.
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