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Match Day National League fixtures September 11

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Just seen some highlights of yesterday and it confirms Woking should of had a stonewall pen not given in the last min
 

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Who should we be looking out for?

Nobody in particular, there’s much more of a team collective going off the first 5 games. Attacking options are an issue but we’ve been much more resolute in defence and midfield.

Both the guys we brought in from Woking (Charlie Cooper and Jack Cook) have been excellent.
 

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Didn’t realise a ‘team goal’ was allowed to consist of only…one pass.

A bit salty Sparrow...

there were the initial passes to Mullin not in the video, and the run by Reckord to take the defender with him and leave Davies free.

As for the 'penalty', absolutely, I was amazed it wasn't given, although all game the referee was calling fouls against the player who had been fouled so at least he was consistent. The referee was abysmal for both sides all game. Woking should have had a couple of players sent off by that stage. The offside calls were bizarre all game too.

I can only imagine because the crowd was absolutely slaughtering the referee by that point he took the easy decision to not give the Pen. Or maybe he was fed up with Wokings constant play acting. The Number 2 in particular was being an absolute fanny .
 

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That’s an amazing decision, can’t even work out what he thinks he’s seen.
 

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That’s an amazing decision, can’t even work out what he thinks he’s seen.
I think he saw the Woking player trip up the Wrexham player without taking into account the fact that the Woking player had played the ball and the Wrexham player was late in his challenge.
 

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A bit salty Sparrow...

there were the initial passes to Mullin not in the video, and the run by Reckord to take the defender with him and leave Davies free.

As for the 'penalty', absolutely, I was amazed it wasn't given, although all game the referee was calling fouls against the player who had been fouled so at least he was consistent. The referee was abysmal for both sides all game. Woking should have had a couple of players sent off by that stage. The offside calls were bizarre all game too.

I can only imagine because the crowd was absolutely slaughtering the referee by that point he took the easy decision to not give the Pen. Or maybe he was fed up with Wokings constant play acting. The Number 2 in particular was being an absolute fanny .
Nah, THIS is team goal, look at that passing-carousel: :bdick:

 

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Skip to 4:20 on here to see just why James McKeown is still so important for us despite the criticism he gets every season.
He makes plenty of these saves a season winning us numerous points with them.
 

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