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steve@dcfd

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #120 on January 18, 2022, 09:38:57 pm by steve@dcfd »
One win out of seven games in the league for GMC. Get some players in for defence and midfield
If you can’t do it because players won’t come tell the truth. Losing the last four games because we didn’t players in early.



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PDX_Rover

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #121 on January 18, 2022, 09:39:29 pm by PDX_Rover »
Well, hit on the break for their third. Unlucky.

A mountain to climb but there is still hope.


Copps is Magic

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #122 on January 18, 2022, 09:39:48 pm by Copps is Magic »
First half good.

Second half, tepid.

Bristol Red Rover

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #123 on January 18, 2022, 09:39:53 pm by Bristol Red Rover »
League two tour next season.

Defecting to Mansfield are you?

PDX_Rover

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #124 on January 18, 2022, 09:40:04 pm by PDX_Rover »
One win out of seven games in the league for GMC. Get some players in for defence and midfield
If you can’t do it because players won’t come tell the truth. Losing the last four games because we didn’t players in early.

Naive. You're naive. If it's that f**king easy.... you do it.

DonnyBazR0ver

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #125 on January 18, 2022, 09:40:57 pm by DonnyBazR0ver »
If anything feels like having your heart ripped out and stamped on that's it!!

bpoolrover

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #126 on January 18, 2022, 09:41:59 pm by bpoolrover »
We played well but I have just witnessed the worst substitution I have ever seen, why bring hasani on and take a attacking player off when we were all over them, this is why we needed a experienced manager

glosterred

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #127 on January 18, 2022, 09:42:08 pm by glosterred »
A better performance but the same result, if you don’t score you don’t win

Onwards and upwards on to Saturday


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keith79

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #128 on January 18, 2022, 09:42:19 pm by keith79 »
Just not lucky enough tonight.

Canadian Rover

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #129 on January 18, 2022, 09:43:24 pm by Canadian Rover »
Much better tonight. Which doesn't day much. We needed a CDM a proper CF and an experienced CB & got only Agard.

It's all too late and I firmly lay the blame with the board.

Olowu made a mistake...he's young and inexperienced- not to blame.

dickos1

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #130 on January 18, 2022, 09:43:54 pm by dickos1 »
One win out of seven games in the league for GMC. Get some players in for defence and midfield
If you can’t do it because players won’t come tell the truth. Losing the last four games because we didn’t players in early.

We should’ve won comfortably tonight and we didn’t because we hit the woodwork 4 times and had a couple cleared off the line.
You’ve not commented once during the game about how we’ve played or how the new signings have looked.
You’ve waited until the end just to make a ridiculous post

anton123

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #131 on January 18, 2022, 09:44:25 pm by anton123 »
Clubs a joke , didn’t learn anything last season when we appointed butler , done same again and threw GM under the bus

BillyStubbsTears

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #132 on January 18, 2022, 09:45:17 pm by BillyStubbsTears »
Well, hit on the break for their third. Unlucky.

A mountain to climb but there is still hope.



There really isn't.

We have been so unutterably awful this season that just seeing us compete and make chances feels like a rebirth. But we are still miles away from being a side that would have any hope of finishing the season P20 W9 D3 L8. And if we did get that run, that would only give us an outside chance of staying up.

Just accept it. We are down. Look for signs of the rebound for next year.

dickos1

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #133 on January 18, 2022, 09:45:34 pm by dickos1 »
We played well but I have just witnessed the worst substitution I have ever seen, why bring hasani on and take a attacking player off when we were all over them, this is why we needed a experienced manager

Don’t be daft!
The best managers in the world make substitutions that fans that don’t have a clue disagree with
Nothing to do with experience

Bessie Red

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #134 on January 18, 2022, 09:46:42 pm by Bessie Red »
Clubs a joke , didn’t learn anything last season when we appointed butler , done same again and threw GM under the bus
Tbf we do actually look as though we could do okay in lge2 next season. Under Wellens I was fearing for us next season.

bpoolrover

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #135 on January 18, 2022, 09:47:05 pm by bpoolrover »
We played well but I have just witnessed the worst substitution I have ever seen, why bring hasani on and take a attacking player off when we were all over them, this is why we needed a experienced manager

Don’t be daft!
The best managers in the world make substitutions that fans that don’t have a clue disagree with
Nothing to do with experience
love to hear the reasoning behind it

dickos1

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #136 on January 18, 2022, 09:47:47 pm by dickos1 »
Well, hit on the break for their third. Unlucky.

A mountain to climb but there is still hope.



There really isn't.

We have been so unutterably awful this season that just seeing us compete and make chances feels like a rebirth. But we are still miles away from being a side that would have any hope of finishing the season P20 W9 D3 L8. And if we did get that run, that would only give us an outside chance of staying up.

Just accept it. We are down. Look for signs of the rebound for next year.

Why does that performance show we can’t achieve 30 points from 20 games?

danumdon

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #137 on January 18, 2022, 09:48:27 pm by danumdon »
We played well but I have just witnessed the worst substitution I have ever seen, why bring hasani on and take a attacking player off when we were all over them, this is why we needed a experienced manager

Martin got a hamstring twinge about 5 mins or so before he came off, was trying to run it off, GM made the right call getting him off, if had gone and he was out for 2 months many on here would be crying like babies that he was kept on.

dickos1

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #138 on January 18, 2022, 09:49:17 pm by dickos1 »
We played well but I have just witnessed the worst substitution I have ever seen, why bring hasani on and take a attacking player off when we were all over them, this is why we needed a experienced manager

Don’t be daft!
The best managers in the world make substitutions that fans that don’t have a clue disagree with
Nothing to do with experience
love to hear the reasoning behind it

I imagine Martin was knackered or injured

EasyforDennis

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #139 on January 18, 2022, 09:50:29 pm by EasyforDennis »
Great credit tonight to GMac. He changed the way we played and we looked a good side. Unfortunately you can only work with what you've got. We have absolutely no threat up front. The ifollow commentator summed it up when he said "and that's why Doncaster are going down"

BillyStubbsTears

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #140 on January 18, 2022, 09:50:37 pm by BillyStubbsTears »
Dickos.

Because we've just put in our best performance of the season and lost 3-1.

I admire your optimism, but if you truly don't get why we've just lost there, I'll save myself another pointless exchange.

bpoolrover

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #141 on January 18, 2022, 09:50:45 pm by bpoolrover »
We played well but I have just witnessed the worst substitution I have ever seen, why bring hasani on and take a attacking player off when we were all over them, this is why we needed a experienced manager

Don’t be daft!
The best managers in the world make substitutions that fans that don’t have a clue disagree with
Nothing to do with experience
love to hear the reasoning behind it

I imagine Martin was knackered or injured
bring Barlow on then

danumdon

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #142 on January 18, 2022, 09:51:37 pm by danumdon »
Well, hit on the break for their third. Unlucky.

A mountain to climb but there is still hope.



There really isn't.

We have been so unutterably awful this season that just seeing us compete and make chances feels like a rebirth. But we are still miles away from being a side that would have any hope of finishing the season P20 W9 D3 L8. And if we did get that run, that would only give us an outside chance of staying up.

Just accept it. We are down. Look for signs of the rebound for next year.

Why does that performance show we can’t achieve 30 points from 20 games?

Played really well tonight with all our issues, but the fundamental fault i see is we loose every header and are second in every 50/50, we don't have the size or physicality to match our game plan.

dickos1

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #143 on January 18, 2022, 09:53:07 pm by dickos1 »
Great credit tonight to GMac. He changed the way we played and we looked a good side. Unfortunately you can only work with what you've got. We have absolutely no threat up front. The ifollow commentator summed it up when he said "and that's why Doncaster are going down"

No threat at all upfront tonight?
Don’t be daft

Bessie Red

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #144 on January 18, 2022, 09:55:04 pm by Bessie Red »
Totally different outcome if we had scored just 2 of those clear chances in 1st half and there lies our problem, we are just not clinical enough. If we keep creating like we did in the 1st and we somehow get more clinical then I am encouraged that we will build some momentum to take into next season.

dickos1

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #145 on January 18, 2022, 09:55:14 pm by dickos1 »
Dickos.

Because we've just put in our best performance of the season and lost 3-1.

I admire your optimism, but if you truly don't get why we've just lost there, I'll save myself another pointless exchange.

We lost because we battered them and couldn’t score, hit the woodwork 4 times.
That never happens
We could easily have put in exactly the same performance tonight and won comfortably

Anyway, people think we’ve no chance I think we’ve got a chance, it’s no biggy let’s just see

EasyforDennis

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #146 on January 18, 2022, 09:56:14 pm by EasyforDennis »
Great credit tonight to GMac. He changed the way we played and we looked a good side. Unfortunately you can only work with what you've got. We have absolutely no threat up front. The ifollow commentator summed it up when he said "and that's why Doncaster are going down"

No threat at all upfront tonight?
Don’t be daft

OK lets put it all down to bad luck shall we?

BillyStubbsTears

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #147 on January 18, 2022, 09:58:42 pm by BillyStubbsTears »
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We lost because we battered them and couldn’t score

Precisely.

At root, the same basic problems exist.

We had 11 shots and scored 1
They had 8 shots and scored 3.

We've had ratios like that all season. Even on the rare occasions when we have been the better side outside the box, we can't score and we can't stop conceding. It would be a turn round of historic proportions to change that to the extent that we need to do to stop up.

dickos1

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #148 on January 18, 2022, 10:00:16 pm by dickos1 »
We haven’t had ratios like that all season, most games we’ve had hardly any shots on target. Our expected goals stay is the lowest in the country. Tonight it was probably one of the highest

PDX_Rover

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Re: Cambridge V TLOD
« Reply #149 on January 18, 2022, 10:06:53 pm by PDX_Rover »
Great credit tonight to GMac. He changed the way we played and we looked a good side. Unfortunately you can only work with what you've got. We have absolutely no threat up front. The ifollow commentator summed it up when he said "and that's why Doncaster are going down"

Did you actually watch the game?

 

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