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A Perfect Storm

By JD (JD NW2)28/1/2017 21:12Sat Jan 28 21:12:04 2017

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And the waters rising. There's a virus of pressure that seems to have infected our team. We know the majority of them are not bad players but there's a sort of inertia thats overcome them and they can't find a team-mate and keep possesion , let alone in a positive way.Today again, it was a case of "hoof" here you are, you have it visitors, all yours. Too many punts, too many bad decisions and when the few good chances came along over-elaboration did for that. On the terrace you can hear supporters get really angry when instead of keeping a move alive with simplicity and maybe a bit of pace, there's a turn back into three defenders. If Gary wants to play three up front he's got some serious selection issues in midfield to make it work, cos it hasn't yet. It's asking too much of Sam, Keegan and Dave today for instance to supply both defence and attack with any meaningful service. Strange one to keep Ball on the bench when we need someone to just push the ball in the right direction. Hey Guys! Keep the ball moving at a nice pace, help each other with angles and pass to a green shirt! Ah, there's that. The choice of kit, the 70's garden fete programme cover. A really rubbish inauguration in the new ground.

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