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Not all doom and gloom

By rwakeley12/12/2018 16:51Wed Dec 12 16:51:12 2018

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Putting ref decisons and errors aside - that will run it's course. With a full compliment, I think remain on track. The new lad for me at No 3 encapsulates where we are at. I thought he defended really well. Only once did I see him get overlapped against a decent side. This for me is the conundrum. Chaps, if rumours are accurate, will have gotten back into contention for Saturday. Chaps, working down his playing days, experienced, involved with set-pieces, the new lad, maybe promising more longer-term aspirations. I thought their No3 was impressive. All three left-backs referenced have decidely different profiles, highlighting the complexities - So who does the Gaffer go with on Saturday? Midfield, second half, I thought we matched their intensity. Prince, Lucien performed well. If the new lad is a percieved play-maker, key question remains of whom nails down the remaining positions. The intensity in the middle shown by the Met is impressive. A lot of these players have consistently been inconsistent. They have shown in equal bursts their credentials. In that regard, I don't think we are a million miles away. The right players in the right places as yet to be determined. I want to mention Howie. I've questioned him stemming crosses inward from our by-line. Early doors, I thought he did that. I thought he gave a sterling show throughout. Spoke to my W&F mates in the cafe this morning - they lost to Harlow last night - they were well impressed! I think we'll get over recent hurdles and move on.