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Re: Not clinical and lack of leadership

Postby Cjay » Tue Oct 03, 2017 10:49 am

faaip wrote:Where was it he had all day in the box after clever work from Pablo? Still to too long. I think that's the chance CJ is referring too

Thats the one, he had ages if he hit it with his left but he dallied and chance was gone, must have been Millwall or maybe Ipswich. He has been very good but even against Wednesday he should have had one, went near when far was more sensible

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Re: Not clinical and lack of leadership

Postby Cjay » Mon Jan 01, 2018 11:38 pm

Coming back to bite us again :(

How many games should we have won far more convincingly? Forest 1st time, Boro, Sunderland, Burton 1st time (5 could have been 8), Bristol City.

How many games didnt we win where we should have? Preston, Wood missed 2 or 3, Dallas i think had a chance, Fulham, Wood goal wrongly disallowed, Phillips had a chance and Wood as well. Notts Forest today, not a great performance but should have won convincingly. Sheffield Wednesday we lost 3-0 but by there own admission should have been 2 or 3 up before they had scored.

Its frustrating :cry:

Bit more clinical and we are 12 points better off.

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Re: Not clinical and lack of leadership

Postby weasel » Tue Jan 02, 2018 3:18 pm

Just look at Man City and some of the chances they have missed. Especially v Newcastle they were left clinging onto a point when they should have been out of sight. Similarly when they played MU they had loads of chance to go 3-1 up yet needed a great save from their keeper to win 2-1. I doubt Pep Guardiola is too stressed about it though.
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Re: Not clinical and lack of leadership

Postby 1964white » Tue Jan 02, 2018 3:57 pm

weasel wrote:Just look at Man City and some of the chances they have missed. Especially v Newcastle they were left clinging onto a point when they should have been out of sight. Similarly when they played MU they had loads of chance to go 3-1 up yet needed a great save from their keeper to win 2-1. I doubt Pep Guardiola is too stressed about it though


Pep won't because Citeh are on a different planet & class prevails as they walk the premiership whilst we trudge about in an ordinary championship with our fans hoping we can scrape a play-off place

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Re: Not clinical and lack of leadership

Postby 1964white » Tue Jan 02, 2018 4:00 pm

Cjay wrote:Coming back to bite us again :(

How many games should we have won far more convincingly? Forest 1st time, Boro, Sunderland, Burton 1st time (5 could have been 8), Bristol City.

How many games didnt we win where we should have? Preston, Wood missed 2 or 3, Dallas i think had a chance, Fulham, Wood goal wrongly disallowed, Phillips had a chance and Wood as well. Notts Forest today, not a great performance but should have won convincingly. Sheffield Wednesday we lost 3-0 but by there own admission should have been 2 or 3 up before they had scored.

Its frustrating :cry:

Bit more clinical and we are 12 points better off.


Clinical is not in our make-up Cjay, you need more class upfront to achieve that attribute


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