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DonnyOsmond

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Re: Notts County V TLOD
« Reply #90 on November 14, 2018, 09:49:02 PM by DonnyOsmond »
McCann needed to see if the players could adapt to his style, some can't so he needs to get rid of them. Some people are being ridiculously bleak though, imagine wanting SOD out 4 months after he took over. We never would have saw that team in the Championship.

Boomstick

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Re: Notts County V TLOD
« Reply #91 on November 14, 2018, 09:50:44 PM by Boomstick »
In the last 10 years Notts County have knocked us out of the FA cup, League Cup, JPT , and the Checkatrade Trophy. Proper bogie team.
Spoilt a promotion party too

eastender

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Re: Notts County V TLOD
« Reply #92 on November 14, 2018, 09:52:17 PM by eastender »
In the last 10 years Notts County have knocked us out of the FA cup, League Cup, JPT , and the Checkatrade Trophy. Proper bogie team.

oh well - at least we're still in the league.......


Funny you should mention that , 3 seasons a go we lost to York City in the JPT .

That season they were relegated from L2 and we were relegated from L1, lets hope things  don't replicate themselves this year.

drfchound

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Re: Notts County V TLOD
« Reply #93 on November 14, 2018, 09:53:58 PM by drfchound »
In the last 10 years Notts County have knocked us out of the FA cup, League Cup, JPT , and the Checkatrade Trophy. Proper bogie team.
Spoilt a promotion party too






We owe them a hammering then.
Hope we donít end up doing it next season though.

Metalmicky

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Re: Notts County V TLOD
« Reply #94 on November 14, 2018, 09:56:20 PM by Metalmicky »
In the last 10 years Notts County have knocked us out of the FA cup, League Cup, JPT , and the Checkatrade Trophy. Proper bogie team.
Spoilt a promotion party too






We owe them a hammering then.
Hope we donít end up doing it next season though.

Can't see them getting promoted...... :unsure:

dickos1

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Re: Notts County V TLOD
« Reply #95 on November 14, 2018, 10:17:44 PM by dickos1 »
McCann needed to see if the players could adapt to his style, some can't so he needs to get rid of them. Some people are being ridiculously bleak though, imagine wanting SOD out 4 months after he took over. We never would have saw that team in the Championship.

Thing is, plenty of people did want sod out

Alan Southstand

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Re: Notts County V TLOD
« Reply #96 on November 14, 2018, 10:32:43 PM by Alan Southstand »
Not even worth comparing the two occasions. At least SOD had methods and organisation and the team were, by and large, playing good football. We were not getting beaten by 3rd bottom of div 2 and only managing a draw against a 10 man non-league side. And I don't recall any Charlton-esque performances from that side.

We're a third of the way into the season now, which is long enough to have worked on, and ironed out, any defensive frailties. Instead, we seem to be getting worse at defending and worse at finishing. No light at the end of the tunnel yet and waiting for January to come around seems to be most people's idea of how everything will be hunky-dory!

This manager was supposed to be getting more out of these players (a criticism levelled at DF) and, for a short time it looked like those people were onto something, but what has happened over these last 8/9 games? Thank God for Kane is all I can think of - and if he goes back to Liverpool..........

DonnyOsmond

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Re: Notts County V TLOD
« Reply #97 on December 08, 2018, 05:57:30 PM by DonnyOsmond »
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Well, that was about as disastrous a half as Rovers could have imagined as they head to the dressing room with a three goal deficit.
In a game where they could afford to lose by the odd goal, they have somehow conspired to give themselves a mountain to climb - chiefly down to awfully flat-footed defending.
Caught out from crosses into the box but also balls forward, they have been ripped apart by a team
Some of the attacking play has been pretty decent but, as has become the theme recently, the final shot has let Rovers down.
Two goals gets Rovers back into the competition - provided they don't concede any more.

According to Liam Holden, DFP.

In case you havn't guessed it already, I have lost all faith in this management team. I think we havn't reached the bottom of the hole yet, either. Lose on Saturday and there will be major rumblings.

Alan or any other of our football genius's still lost faith in McCann?

drfchound

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Re: Notts County V TLOD
« Reply #98 on December 08, 2018, 06:52:32 PM by drfchound »
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Well, that was about as disastrous a half as Rovers could have imagined as they head to the dressing room with a three goal deficit.
In a game where they could afford to lose by the odd goal, they have somehow conspired to give themselves a mountain to climb - chiefly down to awfully flat-footed defending.
Caught out from crosses into the box but also balls forward, they have been ripped apart by a team
Some of the attacking play has been pretty decent but, as has become the theme recently, the final shot has let Rovers down.
Two goals gets Rovers back into the competition - provided they don't concede any more.

According to Liam Holden, DFP.

In case you havn't guessed it already, I have lost all faith in this management team. I think we havn't reached the bottom of the hole yet, either. Lose on Saturday and there will be major rumblings.

Alan or any other of our football genius's still lost faith in McCann?






What did it matter anyway, it was not a first team game.

I donít understand why people got hot under the collar about results in that competition.