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01 September 2015 22:04 Post ID: #1913 - in reply to #1898
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Loving this, but would trade it for an extra point in the league.


Agree with that sentiment but there's a long season to go yet.


It'll be good for us to get another win under our belt regardless, this team still need gellification and hopefully this kind of semi revenge against the Slags will help with that.

Seriously hope Hollis and Squirts are ok.

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01 September 2015 22:06 Post ID: #1915 - in reply to #1849
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'gellification' is definitely my favourite word of the week Sol

Edited by runner_pie 1/9/2015 22:08
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01 September 2015 22:11 Post ID: #1916 - in reply to #1849
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haha you can have it, runner!
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01 September 2015 22:20 Post ID: #1918 - in reply to #1849
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Well that was a great team performance and didn't really have to go through the gears, Burke and Campbell down the left look to be in sync with each other, some if their play was brilliant, must also mention the much maligned hollis he was brilliant in my humble opinion. Stead and McLeod aren't far off being a very good strike partnership. Don't know about anyone else but the defence looked more composed and comfortable with loach between the sticks.
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01 September 2015 22:26 Post ID: #1919 - in reply to #1849
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Though it's only a tiny crumb of consolation for the league defeat, that was enjoyable. A 3-1 scoreline flatters the Stags, who were abysmal. We should have had 5 at least and they barely threatened. The penalty decision was a joke when the ref had waved away 3 earlier appeals from us that were pretty much identical. It's hard to get too excited over this win, but not only was it a win but a fully deserved win. More of the same please Mr Moniz.
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01 September 2015 22:44 Post ID: #1921 - in reply to #1919
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At least it halts the losing streak before we have a week off for the players to recover from any knocks.
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01 September 2015 23:04 Post ID: #1922 - in reply to #1849
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Moniz said Hollis was OK after the match. A break now for the players to train hard without any games. Hopefully it will do them good.
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02 September 2015 13:04 Post ID: #1933 - in reply to #1849
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Just watched the highlights on Magpie Player. Looks like the first half we dominated and should have scored 2 or 3, second half showed a few defensive lapses again which is worrying.

A good rest from matches now gives Moniz a chance to bring the defence closer together and organised. Looking forward to the next set of games
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02 September 2015 13:30 Post ID: #1935 - in reply to #1849
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I think that once Campbell can get on the scoresheet we will see him start banging them in a bit, he's been bloody unlucky so far.
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02 September 2015 13:43 Post ID: #1936 - in reply to #1935
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Magicianpie - 2/9/2015 13:30

I think that once Campbell can get on the scoresheet we will see him start banging them in a bit, he's been bloody unlucky so far.


Looks like he gives his all and is a handful for other teams to cope with.
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02 September 2015 15:29 Post ID: #1939 - in reply to #1849
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I expect Notts to come back after this mini break looking a lot tighter and more effective.
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02 September 2015 16:12 Post ID: #1942 - in reply to #1936
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OH BEEP! - 2/9/2015 13:43

Magicianpie - 2/9/2015 13:30

I think that once Campbell can get on the scoresheet we will see him start banging them in a bit, he's been bloody unlucky so far.


Looks like he gives his all and is a handful for other teams to cope with.


Reminds me of Matt Richie to a degree he could well be a good signing.
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02 September 2015 16:13 Post ID: #1943 - in reply to #1849
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Also that was never a penalty, very soft award.
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02 September 2015 16:22 Post ID: #1946 - in reply to #1943
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I think Campbell needs a couple of goals to boost his shooting confidence. Certainly a direct player which defences don't like.
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02 September 2015 18:34 Post ID: #1952 - in reply to #1849
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He has pace too which is always a great asset.
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02 September 2015 22:09 Post ID: #1953 - in reply to #1849
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Campbell will be a diamond
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02 September 2015 22:25 Post ID: #1954 - in reply to #1953
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Theposterformallykno - 2/9/2015 22:09

Campbell will be a diamond


His speed reminds me of Kevin Bartlett.
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