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« Reply #15 on: Wednesday, December 15, 2004, 23:16:21 »

The formation was questionable but essentially it wasn't much different to the weekend. Three at the back (Reeves in for Jenkins) with Duke and Garrard out wide. Igoe spent about ten minutes up front then dropped deeper. Regardless I don't think 3-5-2 is the way to go but never mind.

As for style of play, throughout King's reign here he's constantly said how he wants his teams to play good passing football, so do you honestly fucking think he's telling his players in the dressing room to hoof it up the pitch all day long?
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« Reply #16 on: Wednesday, December 15, 2004, 23:22:34 »

10 mins on the next South Central train and I'll be in Brighton to join you.

Know how you're feeling, it's an expensive round trip week in, week out.

Why the **** do I bother when the players don't.
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Rich Pullen

« Reply #17 on: Wednesday, December 15, 2004, 23:23:27 »

I am gutted... Not because I was going to watch Middlesborough... It's because we never make things easy for ourselves... We had the chance to prove to alot of people what we are capable of and it's blown up in our faces.

The board will see that as money lost. We didn't deserve a big-money tie. And I agree with you on your points.

I was embarressed wearing my Swindon shirt next to my friends and my Bristol City girlfriend (I know, I know) who was probably wondering how on earth we beat them (but we did "wahoo")

Ah well

The beat goes on!
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« Reply #18 on: Wednesday, December 15, 2004, 23:26:43 »

No, I don't suppose he does tell them that Sonic.  The trouble is, I think they've just stopped listening to him altogether.

I think maybe it is time for AK to move on.

Performances like that ultimately have to be the responsibility of the manager.

Yet again, those bums have let me down and embarassed me.
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« Reply #19 on: Thursday, December 16, 2004, 01:07:47 »

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No, I don't suppose he does tell them that Sonic.  The trouble is, I think they've just stopped listening to him altogether.

I think maybe it is time for AK to move on.

Performances like that ultimately have to be the responsibility of the manager.

Yet again, those bums have let me down and embarassed me.


Exactly the point, OST, exactly the point.

King won't be telling them to play hoofball, but the players now simply don't appear to be doing what he's telling them.

I hope that's not the case, otherwise .............
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« Reply #20 on: Thursday, December 16, 2004, 10:57:10 »

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10 mins on the next South Central train and I'll be in Brighton to join you.

Know how you're feeling, it's an expensive round trip week in, week out.

Why the **** do I bother when the players don't.


If you ever want a lift I live in Crawley if you slip me a bit of petrol money!

Can't make Swindon play any better I'm afraid  Oops
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