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Re: I felt numb!

By John Rogers28/10/2019 10:17Mon Oct 28 10:17:22 2019In response to Re: I felt numb!

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The absurd thing about Saturday is that we had the openings and opportunities to have scored four ourselves. But, for the most part, our finishing strongly replicated the other facets of our performance.

We were so open. Murderously open. They were able to play around us in midfield so easily, I lost count of the number of times their number 7 flipped the ball over one of our boys and nipped in behind. At one stage in the second half there was at least 20 yards between the centre-halves for their 7 to nip into and through on goal.

Any progress made Tuesday night was completely undone. That high-tempo, highly committed performance a distant memory.

Credit to the two players that fronted up after the game, one in the bar and one on the coach, and were disarmingly honest. I appreciated that.

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