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  • #96746
    Argus69Neil Ferguson
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    I watched the game on line

    omg i just dont get it if you watched on line dont comment you are like all the other critics and big hitters some of them have yet to come on here yet just wait what are you a fan no your not your an an armchair thingy

    What utter bollocks!! Heard of punctuation have you?

    Sorry but I can’t afford £42.00 for an away ticket – does that make me a poor fan or someone who is not entitled to an opinion.

    I’m a South Stand season ticket holder and have been for years.I don’t go away.Firstly as I can’t afford it and secondly I may end up sitting with a knob like you !!!! :P

    #96747
    JohnDoeTony
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    I watched the game on line

    omg i just dont get it if you watched on line dont comment you are like all the other critics and big hitters some of them have yet to come on here yet just wait what are you a fan no your not your an an armchair thingy

    What utter bollocks!! Heard of punctuation have you?[/quote]

    no hes never herd of them comms and stop things but in his defence he does take his Alsatian and kids to every game and he is severely retarded

    #96752
    filmossfilmoss
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    I watched the game on line

    omg i just dont get it if you watched on line dont comment you are like all the other critics and big hitters some of them have yet to come on here yet just wait what are you a fan no your not your an an armchair thingy

    What utter bollocks!! Heard of punctuation have you?

    Sorry but I can’t afford £42.00 for an away ticket – does that make me a poor fan or someone who is not entitled to an opinion.

    I’m a South Stand season ticket holder and have been for years.I don’t go away.Firstly as I can’t afford it and secondly I may end up sitting with a knob like you !!!! :P[/quote]

    Did you not watch it on leaf and stream ? Listen people, there is no easy road ( bonus track ) but the warrior element wasn’t there today ! Time was when are midfield used to blow free but now they just throw down the sword. The King will come they said when we signed Marlon but sometime World issues just take precedent ! :)

    #96756
    griffChris Griffin
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    We didnt create one good chance today. Not one. We need a creative midfielder badly. Beusajour was extremely poor today, as was David Jones who isn’t cut out for professional football

    Don’t talk stupid, I can remember 2 (Kone and Gomez) without even trying to think too hard about or watch the game back again.

    #96757
    loweylowey
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    Bloody rubbish Wigan, should be going to Anfield and playing them off the park, creating umpteen chances. Martinez OUT !! ;)

    #96758
    bronxbomberRON HUNT
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    Same old excuse “The players were tired after the internationals in midweek” :whistle:
    In my humble opinion here is the problem. We had Valencia then Enzogbia then Moses, all these players were quick would run at the defence and get into the penalty box. Who have we got now????

    #96759
    StandishWalkerStandishWalker
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    Same old excuse “The players were tired after the internationals in midweek” :whistle:
    In my humble opinion here is the problem. We had Valencia then Enzogbia then Moses, all these players were quick would run at the defence and get into the penalty box. Who have we got now????

    Kone who is quick, runs at the defence and gets into the penalty box.

    #96760
    Anonymous
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    Kone is quick, he’s also strong, and most importantly talented.

    How often is the ball played in front of him, perhaps beyond the defenders, for him to use that pace, strength and skill running towards goal?

    On the rare occaisions he does get the ball it’s with his back to goal, a defender on his shoulder and another waiting to sweep up if he turns. Most likely though he’s a spectator, in the box, watching his teamates slowly move the ball upfield, passing it across the 18 yard line, out to Boyce then back to Mac, out to Beausejour then back to Maloney, finally back to Caldwell and Ramis, then start again.

    Kone would be a good signing if he ever got the ball.

    #96761
    JPC01James Paul Crompton
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    Kone is quick, he’s also strong, and most importantly talented.

    How often is the ball played in front of him, perhaps beyond the defenders, for him to use that pace, strength and skill running towards goal?

    On the rare occaisions he does get the ball it’s with his back to goal, a defender on his shoulder and another waiting to sweep up if he turns. Most likely though he’s a spectator, in the box, watching his teamates slowly move the ball upfield, passing it across the 18 yard line, out to Boyce then back to Mac, out to Beausejour then back to Maloney, finally back to Caldwell and Ramis, then start again.

    Kone would be a good signing if he ever got the ball.

    Think you’ll find the tactic is deployed from time to time.

    The thought of Caldwell playing a diagonal ball 30-40 yards upfield out to the wing would have been unheard of last year; that he does so now is no doubt down to ability to ‘mix it up’ and use one of Kone’s strengths; namely, his pace /the ability to come out on top in 1-2-1s.

    An Eaststander, seen that deployed several times this year – one example being the Everton game (play back please), Caldwell cross-field ball out to Kone (HW-line, right wing), leaves Hettinga for dead, down to by-line, coolness personified, incisive pass into Di Santo …and 2-1.

    A little route-one (for Wigan). Good switch of tactics ..mixing it up a bit. Putting doubt into the opposition’s mind (play short v go long ?). Can’t rely on the same old ploy all the time, can we ?!

    #96762
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    Yes I saw that tactic used against Everton, also from the East Stand, and I seem to remember it resulted in Moyes replacing the hapless Heitinga at half time.

    The fact that you and I remember this does kind of prove the point. It’s so unusual.

    Did you see it yesterday? I didn’t. Or against the Baggies last week.

    Kone can’t score without the ball and he rarely gets it. Our periods of possession very often fail to produce a goal scoring opportunity. Be tight in defence of course, but when you get the ball make sure you use it, don’t just keep it. We need to be more adventurous, play the percentage game a bit more, put crosses in earlier rather than wait, lose the chance and play it back across the box. Get the ball in to the box and run on to it. And the home games against Reading and QPR are the times to do this.

    #96763
    Keep The FaithJosh Fairhurst
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    Kone was offside and Gomez skied it over the bar. Hardly tested the keeper there have we

    #96765
    JPC01James Paul Crompton
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    Yes I saw that tactic used against Everton, also from the East Stand, and I seem to remember it resulted in Moyes replacing the hapless Heitinga at half time.

    The fact that you and I remember this does kind of prove the point. It’s so unusual.

    Did you see it yesterday? I didn’t. Or against the Baggies last week.

    Kone can’t score without the ball and he rarely gets it. Our periods of possession very often fail to produce a goal scoring opportunity. Be tight in defence of course, but when you get the ball make sure you use it, don’t just keep it. We need to be more adventurous, play the percentage game a bit more, put crosses in earlier rather than wait, lose the chance and play it back across the box. Get the ball in to the box and run on to it. And the home games against Reading and QPR are the times to do this.

    Similar versus Stoke also – Di Santo down the line (West Stand side) to Kone, to penalty-area, across to incoming Di Santo. 2-1 (again).

    Those examples I remember well because they resulted in an end product. Not every such instance results in a goal (unfortunately).

    As for Reading and QPR.. both tough games. The latter will most probably be more difficult of the two – QPR players fired up, possibly playing for a new Manager !

    Squeaky bum time for Hughes, next 3:

    M Utd (A) lose
    Villa (H) lose and Hughes out …
    Wigan (A)

    Will Fernandez entrust more funds in Jan. transfer window to Hughes, or get shut of before and give ‘Arry, ain’t no feckin wheeler and dealer’, the chance to do exactly that, to save the mighty Rangers ???

    ‘Stick or twist’ time imminent (Fernandez).

    #96775
    filmossfilmoss
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    There can be no excuses next week in my opinion, 3 points needed an no reason why we shouldn’t get them. Anything less is a bad result !

    #97034
    JPC01James Paul Crompton
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    Yes I saw that tactic used against Everton, also from the East Stand, and I seem to remember it resulted in Moyes replacing the hapless Heitinga at half time.

    The fact that you and I remember this does kind of prove the point. It’s so unusual.

    Did you see it yesterday? I didn’t. Or against the Baggies last week.

    Kone can’t score without the ball and he rarely gets it. Our periods of possession very often fail to produce a goal scoring opportunity. Be tight in defence of course, but when you get the ball make sure you use it, don’t just keep it. We need to be more adventurous, play the percentage game a bit more, put crosses in earlier rather than wait, lose the chance and play it back across the box. Get the ball in to the box and run on to it. And the home games against Reading and QPR are the times to do this.

    Similar versus Stoke also – Di Santo down the line (West Stand side) to Kone, to penalty-area, across to incoming Di Santo. 2-1 (again).

    Those examples I remember well because they resulted in an end product. Not every such instance results in a goal (unfortunately).

    As for Reading and QPR.. both tough games. The latter will most probably be more difficult of the two – QPR players fired up, possibly playing for a new Manager !

    Squeaky bum time for Hughes, next 3:

    M Utd (A) lose
    Villa (H) lose and Hughes out …
    Wigan (A)

    Will Fernandez entrust more funds in Jan. transfer window to Hughes, or get shut of before and give ‘Arry, ain’t no feckin wheeler and dealer’, the chance to do exactly that, to save the mighty Rangers ???

    ‘Stick or twist’ time imminent (Fernandez).[/quote]

    Worst fears confirmed ! :cheer: (Hughes out) :( (QPR resurgence)

    No predictions for tomorrow – just hope

    (i) we secure a much-needed 3 pts.
    (ii) JR isn’t up to his usual mischief !

    #97035
    pemblue 1932pemblue 1932
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    best bet tomorrow jason roberts to score anytime 11/4

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