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Posted 4/11/2017 17:19
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Really Al? Blimey. Some players did so much for us that they deserve better. I felt the same when Liam Feeney got jeered V Bolton.
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Posted 4/11/2017 17:20
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King was excellent, thought wilson was looking quick, ok he missed a good chance, but early days. Worryingly arter was poor again, francis made another massive mistake
But did we need that win
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Posted 4/11/2017 17:24
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billythekid - 29/10/2017 11:36

Been discussions recently how bad our corners have been this season so far.

Next week we come up against Newcastle and Matt Ritchie since he left our club for pastures new in the North East.

Ritchie was always good at corners for us and had lots of assists during the season to his name and scored a few goals as well in his time here, though not in the Premier League.

Been reading this article how he has made a difference this season for Newcastle with his corners, three goals coming from them.

https://www.themag.co.uk/2017/10/rafa-benitez-factor-little-help-mat...



First post on the thread. Nice one btk, next time can you start out with how we've been talking about how bad we are at scoring hattricks?
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Posted 4/11/2017 17:29
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kirsikka - 4/11/2017 17:24

billythekid - 29/10/2017 11:36

Been discussions recently how bad our corners have been this season so far.

Next week we come up against Newcastle and Matt Ritchie since he left our club for pastures new in the North East.

Ritchie was always good at corners for us and had lots of assists during the season to his name and scored a few goals as well in his time here, though not in the Premier League.

Been reading this article how he has made a difference this season for Newcastle with his corners, three goals coming from them.

https://www.themag.co.uk/2017/10/rafa-benitez-factor-little-help-mat...



First post on the thread. Nice one btk, next time can you start out with how we've been talking about how bad we are at scoring hattricks?




Found someone who can take a decent corner in Surman.
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Posted 4/11/2017 17:34
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CherryInHove - 4/11/2017 14:41

Good news is that navixsport is streaming this one and his streams are the absolute best.


Thanks for that, watched the second half (best half) on iPad for first time.
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Posted 4/11/2017 17:36
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Just calmed down. What a strange game. We made so many individual errors in the game. Under no pressure. Midfield just seemed nowhere. For an hour it was like 2 mini teams. Some blokes at the back defending and some blokes attacking with nothing in-between. I thought Arter began to take control a little in the second half. We looked better when Smith replaced ibe. Wilson and king looked good.

Love that we went for it last 5 or 10 minutes. Belief starting to show. Cook scores then prevents a goal by pushing their bloke over.

Shame there's 2 weeks before the next game.
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Posted 4/11/2017 17:36
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Druss_the_Legend - 4/11/2017 16:59

DJ - 4/11/2017 16:53

Three points and a clean sheet away from home against a top 7 side when the day began...


Shhhhh We are awful this year, Neil D says so.


Yawn. Knob.

We have been awful at times. Today doesn't change that and wouldn't if we won 8-0. Today was excellent.

What I also said was we need Arter and Cook and all our best players to start and we needed to stop messing with team. They started today and we won but choose to ignore that Druss.

Anyway...what game last year does this count as on your tossers spreadsheet?
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Posted 4/11/2017 17:39
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Be nice children :-) We won!
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Posted 4/11/2017 17:41
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Whatever anyone thought on here Eddie picked a side who he thought best for today and he got the result.

We don't know what has happened during the week on the training ground re players maybe picking up slight injuries, unwell etc as Eddie keeps these close to his chest.
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Posted 4/11/2017 17:45
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NWCherries98 - 4/11/2017 14:45

Francis at RB? Wtf has Smith done wrong? If this is EH wanting to put Cook back in but not wanting to drop his captain then that is just p*** poor decision making...



Clean sheet.
Cook winning goal.
Francis picked as Sky Sports man of the match.
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Posted 4/11/2017 17:49
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Awww Neil resorts to name calling. Bit sad.

Neil if you REALLY think we cant compare this years performances and results against last years when we finished 9th then its clearly you with the issue.
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Posted 4/11/2017 17:50
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RobTrent - 4/11/2017 18:19

Really Al? Blimey. Some players did so much for us that they deserve better. I felt the same when Liam Feeney got jeered V Bolton.


Sadly there was a few early on every time he touched the ball.
nothing I heard on TV, but a friend who was there just tweeted it.

Can't remember ever having a go at an ex player myself, but have a week in Turkey in March so might just seek out Rantie for the chance to do so.

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Posted 4/11/2017 17:51
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DJ - 4/11/2017 17:45

NWCherries98 - 4/11/2017 14:45

Francis at RB? Wtf has Smith done wrong? If this is EH wanting to put Cook back in but not wanting to drop his captain then that is just p*** poor decision making...



Clean sheet.
Cook winning goal.
Francis picked as Sky Sports man of the match.


Cool. How does that relate to anything I said?
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Posted 4/11/2017 17:51
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I know he missed a 1 on 1 but how good did Callum look on his first league start back? The difference he makes pulling the rest of the team into the match.
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Posted 4/11/2017 17:56
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NWCherries98 - 4/11/2017 17:51

DJ - 4/11/2017 17:45

NWCherries98 - 4/11/2017 14:45

Francis at RB? Wtf has Smith done wrong? If this is EH wanting to put Cook back in but not wanting to drop his captain then that is just p*** poor decision making...



Clean sheet.
Cook winning goal.
Francis picked as Sky Sports man of the match.


Cool. How does that relate to anything I said?


It was 'piss poor decision making' IYO....i think DJ is just pointing out that your opinion was wrong.....hth
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Posted 4/11/2017 17:56
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NWCherries98 - 4/11/2017 17:51

DJ - 4/11/2017 17:45

NWCherries98 - 4/11/2017 14:45

Francis at RB? Wtf has Smith done wrong? If this is EH wanting to put Cook back in but not wanting to drop his captain then that is just p*** poor decision making...



Clean sheet.
Cook winning goal.
Francis picked as Sky Sports man of the match.


Cool. How does that relate to anything I said?



Well they're a few key points that hold the potential to claim that they were perhaps not examples of "p*** poor decision making"...
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Posted 4/11/2017 17:59
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Callum looks immense.

Really odd game today. Midfield was a shambles and Franno had his usual mare at right back. It was only when Smith came on that we took over. Surman seemed really unsettled with Arter next to him. We transgressed back to Watford / West Brom in the first half and start of the second but then the old magic started appearing from nowhere.



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Posted 4/11/2017 17:59
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Just going out for a meal .........in Newcastle, think I,m going to enjoy the night.
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Posted 4/11/2017 18:09
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Have a nice evening Ted.....stay away from that Newcastle brown ale stuff....absolutely revolting.
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Posted 4/11/2017 18:09
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Not really. If Newcastle weren't so s*** Francis would have cost us another match with a bone headed mistake, and was torn apart by Atsu ALL GAME. I never said Cook shouldn't start, I said moving Francis to RB, to accommodate Cook, was a poor decision. Because Francis is now a bad RB, as seen today in his defending. And, well, Francis wasn't my MoM, not sure why Sky picked him over Cook/Ake/King/Begovic, that's there opinion and I disagree. And when I said "p*** poor decision making", I prefaced it with a nice "If". As in, if EH is shunting Francis back out wide because he doesn't want to drop him, to bring in another central defender, then that is a poor way to pick a team, because it implies that certain players are undroppable when they shouldn't be. Still not sure why Smith was dropped, we looked much better when he came on.

Not sure why you feel the need to quote something I said at the start of the game and rub it in my face, especially when you haven't proved me wrong with anything you've said. If you genuinely think we won that game because Francis played in RB, then great, but I disagree.

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