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cashman 24-11-2021 10:45

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have just listened to our managers view of the game, he mentioned 4 players, well from my point of view 2 of the four were dire last night.

andyd 24-11-2021 10:50

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Originally Posted by yonmon (Post 1260001)
So Grayson and Dunn have been shown the door at Fleetwood ...!
They were described this morning as being ‘ unfit for purpose ‘ and building a squad of no-hopers !..
After watching last nights match ( well it was a mismatch really !)..In my opinion the current squad, admittedly short on ‘star’ players, are on the whole ‘unfit for purpose ‘, that is if their purpose is to professionally give a performance intended to win the game in which they are playing .
They are leaderless, they are apparently short in the basic skills required to play, (in Stanley’s case survive).. at League One level. If they are receiving adequate coaching then they don’t appear to have the nous to translate this into their play on match days, they are in a nutshell ‘ unfit for purpose !.
It grieves me, the eternal optimist, to post what sounds like a moratorium in places... what it really is intended to be is a plea to our Management to create a squad of footballers instead of a bunch of lads kicking a ball around !.
If this fails the outcome is indeed frightening to predict ..:punsure::punsure::end::s_cry:

A brave statement I agree and have also spoken about certain senior players who have been great servants are looking tired and frankly finished at this level, to point this out to some fans though his sacrilege like they as a team can't function without them time Mr.Coleman to put your trust in to some younger fitter players what Nolan has to do to get a game is beyond me but then again he is behind one of Coley,s trustees.

Exile on Spencer St 24-11-2021 10:58

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Originally Posted by cashman (Post 1260007)
have just listened to our managers view of the game, he mentioned 4 players, well from my point of view 2 of the four were dire last night.

I think he named them in relation to them being the four players in the squad who worked to help Stanley get into League 1, not that they (or many others) played well last night.
Looking at the “highlights” we were lucky to get nil.

Lord Stiffupperlip 24-11-2021 11:30

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Originally Posted by VALAIRIAN (Post 1260006)
Talking of leadership Yonmon, the loss of Yozzer is a massive one for us... :(:) :) :)

Not only Yozzer my friend.
It seems like only yesterday we had players the quality of Matty Pearson, Scott Brown, Callum Johnson, Jordan Clark, Billy Kee, Kayden Jackson, Janoi Donacien, Shay McCarten, Omar Beckles, Aaron Chapman, Marcus Bettinelli.
Without doubt the saddest 4 words in the English language - 'Those days are gone!'

VALAIRIAN 24-11-2021 11:43

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Originally Posted by Lord Stiffupperlip (Post 1260011)
Not only Yozzer my friend.
It seems like only yesterday we had players the quality of Matty Pearson, Scott Brown, Callum Johnson, Jordan Clark, Billy Kee, Kayden Jackson, Janoi Donacien, Shay McCarten, Omar Beckles, Aaron Chapman, Marcus Bettinelli.
Without doubt the saddest 4 words in the English language - 'Those days are gone!'

Quite true my friend, but I am more thinking of last season, to this..... :)

:) :) :)

Inspector Morse 24-11-2021 11:57

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We're doomed.

cashman 24-11-2021 12:05

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Originally Posted by Inspector Morse (Post 1260014)
We're doomed.

rubbish you are.

The Red Darreners 24-11-2021 12:23

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Considering the great Spanish football managers and their systems (Aragones and "tiki-taka"; Del Bosque and the "high press" etc), it's perplexing to me that our three wise men have instead decided to go down the route of the great neo-surrealist Joan Miro, and make use of this more rarely used formation:

https://www.art-prints-on-demand.com...ii-jm-512.html

Lord Stiffupperlip 24-11-2021 12:25

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Don't panic Cashy!

Crown Grounder 24-11-2021 14:10

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Ahhh.....don't know what all the fuss is about.....it's only a game! We'll soon have a new bar to not celebrate in.......after losing at home....It's overated that being involved in the playoffs, promotion and winning cups. I remember the "good old days" when we were constantly fighting relegation and wondering if we'd still be able to complete the fixtures after January when the Tax Man came calling.........

Lord Stiffupperlip 24-11-2021 15:23

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Just watched the highlights (ha ha!) Lamentable!
Can't see Man City wanting Trafford back on his recent form.
I've seen better keeper performances at non-league level.

Exile on Spencer St 24-11-2021 16:11

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The only consolation from last night was the photo of Tommy Leigh (thanks, to Kippax’s gallery) stepping off the team bus. Trust he gets back soon.

Inspector Morse 24-11-2021 19:54

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Hope they reduce prices in League Two next year.

I paid £25 for the Wigan debacle.

cashman 24-11-2021 20:03

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Originally Posted by Inspector Morse (Post 1260046)
Hope they reduce prices in League Two next year.

I paid £25 for the Wigan debacle.

Why who yeh going watching?

Inspector Morse 24-11-2021 20:16

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Thats the spirit Cashy.


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