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Tangerine Chris
November 29, 2014, 7:23pm
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"I feel like it's a day that we've let Telford off the hook a little bit. We go a goal behind and get the equaliser in the second half, after that I didn't think we played quite well enough to create the chances."

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November 29, 2014, 7:33pm

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What do you expect him to say?


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What do you expect him to say?


The truith,, he took off the two players that where starting to make things happen , and  that was down to him
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November 29, 2014, 8:41pm

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The truith,, he took off the two players that where starting to make things happen , and  that was down to him


you OBVIOUSLY wasn't at the game.


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We have a poor record against the lower teams in the league, and if we want to win the league we have to beat the teams near the bottom but we have always struggled against them Telford, Nuneaton and Southport all took points of us.
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What do you expect him to say?


"I dont think it was a must win game"



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The truith,, he took off the two players that where starting to make things happen , and  that was down to him


Mackreth had had 50 odd minutes and by my reckoning (and I was there) his goal had as much chance of being a one-off event as it did of marking a lasting change in the team's fortunes.

Pittman was a big miss but when faced with the risk of a player breaking down again for more weeks off altogether who can say that Hurst made the wrong decision. Had Pittman continued and as a result suffered a recurrence of his injury there would have been a queue on here demanding to know why he wasn't subbed. Damned if he does, damned if he doesn't...

It might be fairly obvious that I don't particularly rate Mackreth. For me if Hurst made a mistake then it was starting with him! (This mistake is somewhat mitigated by the poor performance of his replacement. Perhaps our squad isn't as strong as we think


I have an inferiority complex-It's not a very good one though.
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I thought PH made the right changes at the right time, it just wasn't our day. Hard work today against a team who had won their last 3 games and have got points from Torquay and Barnet. Gutted not to win but on the whole rather have 1 point than none. UTM


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Quoted from Mariner Ronnie


you OBVIOUSLY wasn't at the game.


I was and JPP looked the most likely to score and even though Makreth was woeful after he scored he looked his most dangerous, LJL was hopeless, Hannah did nothing when he came on and Nilesen was also poor.

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