Posh v Plymouth 10/08/21

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Re: Posh v Plymouth 10/08/21

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It's going to be a loooooooong season.
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Re: Posh v Plymouth 10/08/21

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We’re actually not very good
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Re: Posh v Plymouth 10/08/21

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The recruitment has been so poor I'm not we are just picking names out of a hat....
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Re: Posh v Plymouth 10/08/21

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Played 2, Lost 2, Goals scored 0. Goals conceded 7.
It's going to be a loooooooong, long season.
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Re: Posh v Plymouth 10/08/21

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bristleposh wrote: 10 Aug 2021, 21:44 We’re actually not very good
Last season, there were doubts around Pym, Kent, Beevers, Butler, Hamilton, Szmodics, JCH, Ward, Thompson at championship level (good enough for League 1 but we didn't win the league at a canter) Now a few of those might grow (maybe Ward, maybe Butler, maybe Pym) into championship footballers but most won't...so, we recruit from Eastleigh, Exeter, Shrewsbury, Colchester and Lincoln......of course we are not good enough

To be fair, it's not that the Chairman and Manager have been here before...oh.... :o
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Re: Posh v Plymouth 10/08/21

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We'll be fine once our new set piece coach takes charge.
Surely it would have been a better idea to sign a couple of goalscoring forwards before getting a coach in!
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Re: Posh v Plymouth 10/08/21

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we recruit from Eastleigh, Exeter, Shrewsbury, Colchester and Lincoln......of course we are not good enough.

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Re: Posh v Plymouth 10/08/21

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To be fair to him the lad from Exeter has been our stand out performer in both games
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Re: Posh v Plymouth 10/08/21

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bristleposh wrote: 10 Aug 2021, 22:23 To be fair to him the lad from Exeter has been our stand out performer in both games
Given that the bar is set so low by the others, he's hardly showing championship class and our manager described him as "nervous" hence being on the bench saturday...unless Jack Marriott has turned into Ronaldo since he's been away, Randall will be the best signing....unfortunately, that doesnt mean very much
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Re: Posh v Plymouth 10/08/21

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Fergie not happy, he admitted to getting it wrong in 1st half...it's about time he started doing his job...getting promoted with an expensively assembled squad is bare minimum expectation, staying in championship is the expectation....and then consolidating....
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Re: Posh v Plymouth 10/08/21

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stumpy wrote: 10 Aug 2021, 23:25
bristleposh wrote: 10 Aug 2021, 22:23 To be fair to him the lad from Exeter has been our stand out performer in both games
Given that the bar is set so low by the others, he's hardly showing championship class and our manager described him as "nervous" hence being on the bench saturday...unless Jack Marriott has turned into Ronaldo since he's been away, Randall will be the best signing....unfortunately, that doesnt mean very much
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Re: Posh v Plymouth 10/08/21

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Defensive coach signing today from Melchester Rovers.
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Re: Posh v Plymouth 10/08/21

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pleasureboy60 wrote: 10 Aug 2021, 21:55 We'll be fine once our new set piece coach takes charge.
Surely it would have been a better idea to sign a couple of goalscoring forwards before getting a coach in!
We could do with a player like Ryan Hardie from Plymouth. Not only was his finishing superb last night but his overall movement was top notch.
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Re: Posh v Plymouth 10/08/21

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the team cannot be watched in water from all sides! It doesn't have a game! non-existent attack, defense that looks like a sieve, goalkeeper who perhaps does not know he should be a goalkeeper! We will finish last in the league detached from the penultimate, this is destiny
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Re: Posh v Plymouth 10/08/21

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gennius wrote: 11 Aug 2021, 07:48 the team cannot be watched in water from all sides! It doesn't have a game! non-existent attack, defense that looks like a sieve, goalkeeper who perhaps does not know he should be a goalkeeper! We will finish last in the league detached from the penultimate, this is destiny
Fine, then you go and log into a site that has a team that is going to end up with promotion! :oops:
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