Saturday 4th March

F!RTHY

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 19, 2015
Messages
3,369
Reaction score
797
Points
113
Supports
The Bantams
Awful - dog shit!
 

EricSabin

Well-Known Member
Joined
Feb 3, 2015
Messages
3,804
Reaction score
1,008
Points
113
Supports
Northampton Town
McGowan sent off. Referee conned by the Crawley player there.
 

Chief Rocka

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 20, 2016
Messages
5,204
Reaction score
2,168
Points
113
Location
Hartlepool
Supports
Hartlepool
We need wins but it's a good point, under the cosh in the second half, good job Harvey Saunders is shite and can't finish for toffee.
 

BarraMatt

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jun 13, 2015
Messages
2,485
Reaction score
1,452
Points
113
Location
Barrow
Supports
Barrow AFC
Another good win, sounds like we were under the cosh and may have been fortunate with some decisions for once.
 

Indian Dan

‘Absolute calamity!’
Joined
Jan 18, 2015
Messages
9,097
Reaction score
2,845
Points
113
Location
Kefalonia
Supports
Swindon
Great point with such a depleted squad. Bit undeserved but we battled hard for it.

Pratley is a dirty twat.
 

Carver

Well-Known Member
Joined
Sep 7, 2015
Messages
3,640
Reaction score
820
Points
113
Location
UK
Supports
Carlisle Utd
Easy routine win for us today.
 

Conker

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 18, 2015
Messages
5,805
Reaction score
1,328
Points
113
Supports
Mansfield Town FC
Twitter
@CONKS__
Great win for Mansfield all considered.
 

Sestonpoolie

Well-Known Member
Joined
Apr 3, 2015
Messages
1,644
Reaction score
479
Points
83
Location
Hartlepool
Supports
Hartlepool
We need wins but it's a good point, under the cosh in the second half, good job Harvey Saunders is shite and can't finish for toffee.
We we're comfortable until the ref gave them a pen,when the foul,even if it was one, that was outside the box.
The Tranmere commentators are even laughing about it.
 

EricSabin

Well-Known Member
Joined
Feb 3, 2015
Messages
3,804
Reaction score
1,008
Points
113
Supports
Northampton Town
Odd take from our Twitter account…
 

Attachments

  • 962BC2EA-5FDC-49D7-9B19-3B5164EFC61B.png
    962BC2EA-5FDC-49D7-9B19-3B5164EFC61B.png
    1.9 MB · Views: 78

AR27

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 23, 2019
Messages
729
Reaction score
368
Points
63
Location
Bradford
Supports
Bradford City
Fucking hell we left that late but it makes a change to win it in stoppage time rather than throw away a lead.

We were dreadful until the formation change and until we got some flair on the pitch. Should've been behind by then as Colchester created some good chances in the first half.

Had to win today no matter what and we did but hopefully that's the lesson learnt that we can't play the diamond at home.
 

WilsdenBantam

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jun 17, 2016
Messages
2,381
Reaction score
1,136
Points
113
Location
Bradford
Supports
Bradford City
What an ending made the first 85 minutes of crap worth while, amazing atmosphere at the end great scenes. Hopefully that’ll give us the confidence to kick on, serves Colchester right who weren’t bad but wasted time at every opportunity from minute one and held their head whenever possible.
 

Reginald Fodstain

Not Scouse
Joined
Jan 17, 2015
Messages
862
Reaction score
414
Points
63
Location
Birkenhead
Supports
Tranmere Rovers
Credit to Pools for turning up to play football instead of shithousing. Neither team looked especially sharp going forward and the draw was probably fair. We didn't turn up first half but were the better team in the second. Never a penalty, at least from where I was standing; defender's gone some way to impeding his run, but the ball's in a different postcode and Saunders has gone down so easily
 

Soup Ladle

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 21, 2015
Messages
4,605
Reaction score
2,416
Points
113
Supports
Hartlepool
Really good battling display from us, thought there were some good performances out there. Unlucky with the pen and Grey and Kemp missed two absolute sitters to extend the lead mind Teanmere missed a good few chances as well. Point was fair, we need wins rather than draws but another point clear.

Certainly much more football played today under Askey than we'd seen from Curle's sides.
 

Chief Rocka

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 20, 2016
Messages
5,204
Reaction score
2,168
Points
113
Location
Hartlepool
Supports
Hartlepool
Really good battling display from us, thought there were some good performances out there. Unlucky with the pen and Grey and Kemp missed two absolute sitters to extend the lead mind Teanmere missed a good few chances as well. Point was fair, we need wins rather than draws but another point clear.

Certainly much more football played today under Askey than we'd seen from Curle's sides.

Liked the midfield three today, Sylla in front of the defence makes perfect sense instead of Featherstone, Kemp, even when having a quieter game has the ability to pull a killer pass.

Need Josh back ASAP, front two today aren't going to keep us up.
 

Soup Ladle

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 21, 2015
Messages
4,605
Reaction score
2,416
Points
113
Supports
Hartlepool
Liked the midfield three today, Sylla in front of the defence makes perfect sense instead of Featherstone, Kemp, even when having a quieter game has the ability to pull a killer pass.

Need Josh back ASAP, front two today aren't going to keep us up.
Yep I liked that three, Sylla was class today, like a tinpot Patrick Vieira. He should be in every week, looked fitter than he has been as well. Lots of positives today, defence was stronger but we badly miss Umerah. Another week on the training ground, get some more of his message across, I thought we set up much more dynamically than we have been. Encouraging signs even if we are still in deep trouble.
 

The Terminator

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 18, 2015
Messages
3,961
Reaction score
862
Points
113
Supports
Leyton Orient
Draw a fair result between us and Swindon, another frustrating second half display from us where we got a little bit lazy again and got punished - the signs were there in the first half too, a few times we got caught dallying on the ball. Think Wakelings goal was literally the only chance of the second half, neither keeper was really troubled, Although we looked the more likely to win, we struggled to break down Swindons back 5 who did play well.

Thought we badly missed Theo Archibalds energy when he went off with a knock to his knee. A bit suprsied Wellens stuck with the same team as last week too.

A rare goal from a corner for ourselves too, very good delivery from Kieran Sadlier.

We basically now need to find 3 wins/12 points from somewhere to get over the line.
 

EricSabin

Well-Known Member
Joined
Feb 3, 2015
Messages
3,804
Reaction score
1,008
Points
113
Supports
Northampton Town
When do we expect the protest from Northampton - the North Lincolnshire conspiracy against them with rollovers against their promotion rivals…

Few of you Grimsby lot are strange on here. Anyway my conspiracy rage itch is scratched today after a glance at Scunny’s score
 

Brox

Active Member
Joined
Jan 20, 2015
Messages
456
Reaction score
108
Points
43
Supports
Stevenage
Shite result and a performance to match. Lost 2-0 to Rochdale. Damage was done first half, we were an unorganised mess, Rochdale were able to play through us with ease, Odoh was given the freedom of the pitch do as he wanted and he duly punished us.

With the score at 2-0 Evans made a couple of first half changes, a third at half time, we improved second half (not hard) but faced with solid Rochdale defending and a general wastefulness in front of goal were never able to get back into the game.

The better team won today, can have no complaints and can't blame the referee either. Shite results all round for us, just have to put it behind us and try and get back to winning ways next week.
 

AdamStag

Well-Known Member
Joined
Feb 1, 2015
Messages
8,485
Reaction score
1,662
Points
113
Supports
Mansfield Town
outside the playoffs still but win away at wimbledon with that injury list is just absolutely amazing!!!! totally unexpected.

8 goals in 2 games against the won led, i’m sure the 905 fans will be well happy.

I mean the games keep getting easier, orient at home next, which will be close to another home sell out.
 

Reginald Fodstain

Not Scouse
Joined
Jan 17, 2015
Messages
862
Reaction score
414
Points
63
Location
Birkenhead
Supports
Tranmere Rovers
Yep I liked that three, Sylla was class today, like a tinpot Patrick Vieira. He should be in every week, looked fitter than he has been as well. Lots of positives today, defence was stronger but we badly miss Umerah. Another week on the training ground, get some more of his message across, I thought we set up much more dynamically than we have been. Encouraging signs even if we are still in deep trouble.
Sylla had a fantastic game, MOTM by a distance
 
Stronger Security, Faster Connections with VPN at IPVanish.com!

Forum statistics

Threads
16,188
Messages
1,132,358
Members
7,414
Latest member
gilly

Latest posts

Top