- Feb 8, 2015
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As I was saying, one goal to decide...Wycombe much the better team , never a penalty for Fleetwood, shocking tackle by Coyle, some iffy keeping by Cairns -redeemed somewhat by a superb penalty save. God knows what the second half will bringYeah I saw that. Doesn’t bode well for our hoofs getting anywhere near Akinfenwa’s bonce, sadly.
Yeah I read it earlier in the evening, think Mr Madden does'nt need to be concerned eh !yeah, to be fair I really wasn't expecting that result (was anyone?) but other than the penalty decision which Evans converted, everything went our way pretty much (as in we got the rub of the green, helped by some poor decisions by key FTFC players, I don't mean "omg we were amazeballs and the best team evaaaaah"...because obviously not).
It looked like horrible conditions to play in in terms of the wind and the rain, which maybe accounted for at least one Cairns error.
I kind of feel that Madden not getting anything in the preamble to his sending off may have been the ref evening up his earlier dodgy call.
i'm not gloating because I have no rivalry whatsoever with Fleetwood Town, and I know how this tie could still come round to bite us on the arse, but this headline does seem a little funny in retrospect.
the first sentence is the furthest thing from a foregone conclusion.Wycombe are going to get promoted aren't they? They are going to get slaughtered in the Championship.
If they do go up wouldn’t surprise me if they do at least better than us or can scrape up.Wycombe are going to get promoted aren't they? They are going to get slaughtered in the Championship.
We'll come back stronger from this, its all about how you bounce back and character and Barton and especially the Chairman will look at this way. The club can still be proud of what has been achieved this season, the manager enters his final year of a 3 year contract, he has done an excellent job and I expect him to move on to a Championship club, one things for certain it wont be your lotAll that money Fleetwood, it’s nice to see them struggle, especially with a thug like Barton in charge. Cod army? Embarrassing
No doubt, the enigmatic genius is too good for us. On the other hand, I don't think the local police would want him in Lincoln, the 6000 season ticket holders certainly wouldn't. A degenerate thug is not what a well run community conscious club would look for in a manager.We'll come back stronger from this, its all about how you bounce back and character and Barton and especially the Chairman will look at this way. The club can still be proud of what has been achieved this season, the manager enters his final year of a 3 year contract, he has done an excellent job and I expect him to move on to a Championship club, one things for certain it wont be your lot
it’s only us that doesn’t, everyone else plays like Barcelona and their players all get fined if they hit a pass that goes more than an inch off the ground.A bit hoof ball isn't it?
I thought they played 'football' in League One?
And another 50 mins by the rest of the teamit’s only us that doesn’t, everyone else plays like Barcelona and their players all get fined if they hit a pass that goes more than an inch off the ground.
But if we stay down next season I’m sure we can have lots of fun playing hoofball battleship, thumping it to one another’s keeper for 90 mins (although to be fair 30 of those minutes will be taken up by our goalie taking his time).
True. This one I think is kind of counterproductive to say the least...if we’re winning but sodding about, all the time just gets added back on at the end anyway.Don't forget that all Wycombe games must have minimum of 10 minutes added time.
What a well balanced chap you are. A chip on both shoulders.Wouldn't mind seeing Oxford go up,not because I like them.I just find some of there supporters to be arrogant thinking they are a big club.. when there not.They also have a twat of a manager so I'd be pleased to see them gone !!!
Going to peer over the fence for this one?There's no doubt that we were under par on Friday. We can, and usually do, play much more fluidly. I think the conditions suited Portsmouth's style of play and enabled them to dictate the pattern of play for the first 25 minutes or so. Although we then had a reasonable spell (and scored) I still feel there is much much more to come from us on Monday.
Cautiously optimistic, based on the fact that we are much better than Friday's performance and we've now got the cobwebs out of our system. I'm not sure the same is true of Portsmouth.