Next thread: Congratulations to Lee, his coaching team and the whole squad by David B5/2 18:39Wed Feb 5 18:39:26 2020view thread
Constantly looking for indications. Gosport, highlighted the duel between the respective number 4's. Today, second half the number 7's. Firstly, our first goal. 30 mins in, the first time Joe drifted wide allowing Brooksey to interact, penetrating down the middle. Lovely interaction. Second half, their no 7, exploited us. That is the prevailing characteristic prevailing, opening us up. Constant theme. In comparison, not directly correlated out lad, Sean, second half, constant threat.
Everything above is the very definition of playing a top side and what they throw at us. We are by no means out the woods in that regard. I thought their lad at 7 epitomised everything about what we need to guard against.
That is this league in a nutshell.
I do like our underlying strength. In identifying top duels on any given day, we look dominant, in determination with regards the outcome.
On a personal note, crying out loud. Akin to watching football in a bloody wind tunnel! ~We've had the snot blown out of us! Seriously, delighted for our tenacity, and the fact Lee is obviously on board for next season. He's clearly assembled a decent set of lads. We look mentally fine tuned. Lee has clearly set in place a statement of his very own characteristics. A clear acknowledgment of his own persona. Well done.
The Full Monty
Actually more Monty Python. I don't know why the famous Footballing Philosophers Sketch sprang to mind. One for the match report. Regarding our second goal...
Hegal is arguing that the reality is merely an a priori of non-naturalistic ethics, Kant via the categorical imperative is holding that ontologically it exits only in the imagination, and (Yate), Marx is claiming that it was offside!
Post match I would love to see our gaffer trot that one out!
Re: The Full Monty
Think I preferred the Watford Long John Silver Impersonators Vs. the Bournemouth Gynaecologists!
Shockingly, the bibliography at the back of 'Monty Python's Big Red 'Book' included the volume 'Living in Hendon - One of our Aids for the Afflicted'.