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« Reply #495 on: Monday, September 26, 2022, 13:54:34 »

That's not really 'news'. Both he and Sandro said that at the beginning of the season.
Yeah probably did i was just replying to someone.
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« Reply #496 on: Monday, September 26, 2022, 14:10:12 »

I wonder if people are starting to trust the data...
I doubt it, half the people on here still believe in witchcraft and are waiting in the shadows with pitchforks and ducking stools
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« Reply #497 on: Monday, September 26, 2022, 14:17:50 »

I doubt it, half the people on here still believe in witchcraft and are waiting in the shadows waiting with pitchforks and ducking stools

So, it's wing of bat and eye of newt pies from the caterers then?
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« Reply #498 on: Monday, September 26, 2022, 16:13:25 »

It did me until the Monday after I watched the extended highlights and we actually created far more chances that it seemed while watching it, we came up against a keeper playing the best game of his life and hit the post etc....

If even 1 of those chances had gone in then it would entirely have changed how bad it felt at the time.

We had 23 shots that day and 4 were on target, we hit the post, the Williams miss from 6 yards, the FBT header saved so well by the keeper, the 2 excellent saves by the keeper from Shades long rage efforts, the flick by Jephcott from 3 yards that could have gone anywhere but went over the bar.

It was just at the time it seemed like we created very little but that blatantly wasn't the case looking back at it.

‘It was just at the time it seemed like we created very little but that blatantly wasn't the case looking back at it.’

The darkest hour is always the one before the dawn.
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