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Re: The Bees Knees - Hendon

By rwakeley21/10/2020 17:00Wed Oct 21 17:00:56 2020In response to The Bees Knees - First up Brentford

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My onus is more on where we are at than that of last night. Nothing but complete admiration for the lads for having to withstand a Tsunami. I think moreover, there are increasing signs of progression, despite the casualty list. Joe for me, second 45 demonstrated he's a more effective frontman with support. When he pulls out wide, akin to the Mazzone lad, things open up. Going long into him without help mitigates us. His control and lay-offs were impressive. Midfield wise, my fave combo to date, has been Bally and Forbsey. I have a few niggles. Post match natter with Paul B, he cited the goals conceded on the back of our own corners. I agree. I also think that vs HW there was some more onus played on us playing out from the back ourselves. This for me is our biggest challenge. All the top sides demonstrate this and I am hoping once players come back to the fray, more signs of progress with take shape. Good to hear from Radio Poole that they were so complimentary of Lucas getting forward down the flanks. There are clear signs of progress in every game, despite our injuries. Cracking set of lads, I can only see us getting better. Well played to each and everyone of them. We are clearly getting stronger and going in the right direction. Keep at it!
PS. I for one, would love another crack at Brentford! A title decider! Bring it on!

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