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Zag zig

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  1. Finally found something on here to cheer me tonight 👏 Glad to see he’s doing ok, far better than Chelski rated him. Don’t know about England but he’s at least worthy of starting in the Premier League and proving it in Serie A
  2. I’m just going to add to this comment same score and same schooling lesson for Rookie Manager. Hold your hand up and learn from it Wayne, so you don’t make the same mistake again please. Was always going to be tough but didn’t need to be embarrassing. Let’s play with largely your best 11 in a league game, maybe the odd tweak and move on. Please don’t hang Sibley. End of, bad night at the office.
  3. Agree too late for CKR and linked to that, he was exactly who Sibley needed to play off tonight. Feel sorry for Sibley, finally gets a start and is best foil is missing to help his game. A bit sad for me and worryingly hope Sibley gets a better chance.
  4. This game has a similar feel to the Lampard wholesale changes against Villa which resulted in the 4-0 loss. Difference being Frank did it to prove a point on the back of a poor performance, Wayne actually thought about it to come up with a tactical plan. Both cases it was embarrassing, both cases the managers had to learn from their mistakes. Hope Rooney doesn’t sulk about it, accepts he got it wrong and galvanises us more effectively against Coventry.
  5. Just this. Whatever, the O.P, in truth a near full Pride Park or the Council tip in Nottingham, would be rocking once crowds are allowed back; especially as there is not so much between the teams. The tension, nerves and full on passion would soon be back once inside the ground. Whilst some may grow weary of our continual grind against each other in this league, it would still make most heartbeats go a bit faster match day. I’ll look forward to once last set of fixtures against the gumps next year, whilst we’re still in the same league 😉
  6. Aha, already been done by Robbie Burns aka the Naked Trader except he charges about 3 times more last time I saw his blurb. He does plenty of humour and you can get a family heavy session at night as part of the package mind 😂
  7. Good man. Just don’t get too over confident, it can also be your undoing; I learnt most since the mid noughties in my losses, most of the wealthiest speculators will tell you it’s their losses that provided their best lessons. Good for the soul and stock market education.
  8. You can still be both. Some are still in the Kevin Hector fan club. Good goal scorers are always hero’s. Kazim is our current one and rightly so.
  9. We had the better chances and had Knighty scored it would have been a totally different game! Up to them scoring there was nothing in it. We still created good chances and they hardly troubled Roos did they. No way was it undeserved, we stayed in the game and could even have won it; which would have been undeserved. Draw was fair enough to me.
  10. I’ll quote myself to say equaliser a darned fine day 😍
  11. Spot on mate. Think we have also been too rushed final third because generally the build up from the back pair has taken an age and they’re set. Forest doing us so far. Hoping Rooney inspires us and maybe changes things.
  12. So much respect for this guy, go bag the winner tonight CKR......perfect day!
  13. No worries mate, I just felt this thread was full of unnecessary doom and gloom when the signs were there that Rooney was moulding us into a more efficient unit. Wasn’t calling you out, it was good you responded and I did say I’d come back to you, easy to say but I’d have done so either way. Tbh I thought Cocu, much as I liked him was taking us down. Rooney much as I disliked the media circus around him and questioned his somewhat “shoe-in” to management; he soon started to disprove my doubts. Organisation of fairly decent players was vital from when he took over and we have kept making i
  14. So @LeedsCityRam are you with me now buddy 😂
  15. Not just that season, most of the Arthur away days were great, remember the old door at York station hanging off the hinges when we left the station the season before. Oxford away bizarrely stands out only because my mate had to have thorns removed from his neck by St Johns in the ground. Those Div 3 and 2 away days were barmy, daft lad drunk days, like we took over certain places. Getting to Div 1 still produced memorable trips. The best thing about Cox teams was no fear, we could turn up anywhere and get a result and played like it at times; which probably explained the odd reverse ever
  16. Agree, been reflecting and talking to my eldest, we thought exactly that. Once we went at them, we could’ve nicked something from tonight, as despite some obvious talent, they never totally outclassed us. We didn’t have enough belief or luck, but I can live with the result if we beat Huddersfield next. Still on a good run under Rooney and still getting better.
  17. I’ve just fallen out of love with Hughes, had to score one of the best goals I’ve ever seen him score...... against us 😢
  18. Which brings about the power of compounding. Some sage advice in many financial books on this subject. Suppose it begs the question, is buy and hold still relevant?
  19. Wycombe are playing how they play every game, we need to up our passing game massively and show some quality as we did in the move . We just keep giving them the ducking ball back.
  20. Doubt it’s his fault but waste of time him being on there right now.
  21. Pub football at its finest, we are definitely not playing our game.
  22. Don’t know about matching their physicality, we’ve kind of come down to their level. The ball is an hot potato, nobody in our team is taking care of possession. Instead of passing around them, we’re lumping it too.
  23. Not pretty this new game called Hoofball but at least we are 1-0 up
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