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Belfast Town
March 1, 2015, 7:06pm
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I notice that he wasn't in Woking's squad yesterday. Anyone know if he's injured, suspended or having "personal problems"? Will he be playing against us?
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I'm hoping he will play so we can boo him!
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The guy has been unwell so perhaps not too big a surprise.  We've got bigger things to worry about, like getting promoted starting with a win on Saturday.  We're far removed enough from this to be able to wish him well and just get on with our own season.
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But The Fishy was convinced he was making his mental health problem up to get a move?....
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Definitely one for the ex-GTFC player's thread.
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Shame as Macreth would rip him a new one.
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Quoted from 75
Shame as Macreth would rip him a new one.


I would rather have a fit and well Aswad than Macreth any day of the week.
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I would rather have a fit and well Aswad than Macreth any day of the week.


Azza is good going forward but I'd much rather have Gregor Robertson defending. Still, it seems Thomas has issues and I wish him well in his recovery.
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I would rather have a fit and well Aswad than Macreth any day of the week.


interesting as they both play in different positions
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interesting as they both play in different positions


Really? Well I didnt know that. Ive only been going to BP for 55 years and soon I will get the hang of what is a left back is and what is a right winger.

For the avoidance of doubt, if I had a choice to include in my squad a fully fit and committed Aswad then I would, and I would have a better winger than Macreth who has been a major, major disappointment.

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Would agree that we miss Azza going forward especially as Arnold tend to play  to 10 yards in from the touchline space that would be great for Azza to bomb into. May be one of the reasons are goals have dried up as he certainly added pace to our attacking options.

Robertson is steady & does not look like he will let us down defensively but we lack pace from midfield and the back when breaking forward, probably why we don't do it very often!!
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Quoted from 75
Shame as Macreth would rip him a new one.


Apart from probably Barnet away, I can't remember any other time when Mackreth has ripped anyone a new one.
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Quoted from arryarryarry


Apart from probably Barnet away, I can't remember any other time when Mackreth has ripped anyone a new one.


It's coming Harry! Keep the faith.
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Quoted from Lincoln Mariner 56
Would agree that we miss Azza going forward especially as Arnold tend to play  to 10 yards in from the touchline space that would be great for Azza to bomb into. May be one of the reasons are goals have dried up as he certainly added pace to our attacking options.


That's probably why the goals conceded down our left hand side have dried up, as well.  
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Quoted from arryarryarry


Apart from probably Barnet away, I can't remember any other time when Mackreth has ripped anyone a new one.


Maybe it's because he's a good boy and does like his boss tells him to do?



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Apart from probably Barnet away, I can't remember any other time when Mackreth has ripped anyone a new one.


Seems like he'll find his niche at left-back.
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Maybe it's because he's a good boy and does like his boss tells him to do?



Obey your boss's instructions? What a crazy concept that is!
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Obey your boss's instructions? What a crazy concept that is!


Exactly. What winger would be so stupid as to deliberately hang back, make easy short passes inside and backwards and not attack his full back regularly if he wasn't "doing a job"?

Thing is though, it was understandable when Parslow was RB but now Magnay is back again there is no real need for the winger to be  an auxiliary RB.



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Mackreth played a blinder at Barnet,

So if he can do it there,

He can do it anywhere,

Hang on I feel a song coming on  


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Exactly. What winger would be so stupid as to deliberately hang back, make easy short passes inside and backwards and not attack his full back regularly if he wasn't "doing a job"?



Pretty much all the ones I can remember from recent years, truth be told! Wingers tend to get criticised for what they fail to do than what they actually achieve and I can only really remember Rodman from the past few seasons as a winger who almost always attacked the full-back. Of course, his problem was that he never crossed the bloody ball often enough! If you remember back a couple of seasons, Coulson was often criticised for failing to take on his full-back often enough when he was at the club.

I certainly think that Mackreth has been less of a threat for us than I expected when he joined at the start of the season, but I don't necessarily agree that this is down to following team orders. Fundamentally, he doesn't look as quick as the player who caused us so many problems in past seasons and, though nippy, you rarely see him completely outpace any defenders (though he doesn't try often enough, IMO, either).

Ultimately, I think he's a decent enough player at this level though it would be nice if he was able to offer a little more going forward in addition to his workrate.
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Exactly. What winger would be so stupid as to deliberately hang back, make easy short passes inside and backwards and not attack his full back regularly if he wasn't "doing a job"?

Thing is though, it was understandable when Parslow was RB but now Magnay is back again there is no real need for the winger to be  an auxiliary RB.



Have you had the same conversation with a player (now gone) as I had?
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Quoted from grimsby pete
Mackreth played a blinder at Barnet,

So if he can do it there,

He can do it anywhere,

Hang on I feel a song coming on  


You would think so Pete but you would have thought it was a completely different team against Braintree.

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Pretty much all the ones I can remember from recent years, truth be told! Wingers tend to get criticised for what they fail to do than what they actually achieve and I can only really remember Rodman from the past few seasons as a winger who almost always attacked the full-back. Of course, his problem was that he never crossed the bloody ball often enough! If you remember back a couple of seasons, Coulson was often criticised for failing to take on his full-back often enough when he was at the club.

I certainly think that Mackreth has been less of a threat for us than I expected when he joined at the start of the season, but I don't necessarily agree that this is down to following team orders. Fundamentally,[/b] he doesn't look as quick as the player who caused us so many problems in past seasons[b] and, though nippy, you rarely see him completely outpace any defenders (though he doesn't try often enough, IMO, either).

Ultimately, I think he's a decent enough player at this level though it would be nice if he was able to offer a little more going forward in addition to his workrate.


Thinking about the past seasons Mackreth played against us, who were the  left backs he caused so many problems, could one have been a certain Mr Thomas ?.

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Not too sure, really. Aswad certainly had plenty of pace so should have been able to cope with him in that respect.

Perhaps I'm just thinking of Lee Ridley getting a complete roasting from Mackreth at BP and assuming he was always good because of that one game!
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Exactly. What winger would be so stupid as to deliberately hang back, make easy short passes inside and backwards and not attack his full back regularly if he wasn't "doing a job"?

Thing is though, it was understandable when Parslow was RB but now Magnay is back again there is no real need for the winger to be  an auxiliary RB.



Depends who we're playing and where, you'd think.

In a 4-4-2 system that Hurst favours then Mackreth doesn't really have any competition for his place. That's not ideal. I think he's done ok personally. I don't really favour 4-4-2, unless we absolutely have to so he probably wouldn't be starting that many games if it was up to me, but what do I know?


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Townsend was the player who couldn't get near Mackreth. Might as well have played with 10men


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No sign of Aswad in Woking's squad tonight either.


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They're saving him for Saturday...... secret weapon.....


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DID I READ SOMEWHERE THAT HE HASN'T BEEN SEEN THERE FOR 2 WEEKS NOW?
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Why do so many threads on here turn into questioning Mackreth? (Top of our assist charts this season)

You ask Barrow and Macc fans and they loved him. Players don't just get worse over night and I'm of the position that he's made a decent contribution this season and will continue to get better as he has done this season.
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Taken from the official Woking site:

"Aswad Thomas, who recently returned to the Cards from Grimsby, is apparently suffering from a knee injury, which kept him out of Woking’s last two games, so will presumably miss Saturday’s game too."

Note the word, "apparently".

Read into that what you want.
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Quoted from pontoonlew
Why do so many threads on here turn into questioning Mackreth? (Top of our assist charts this season)

You ask Barrow and Macc fans and they loved him. Players don't just get worse over night and I'm of the position that he's made a decent contribution this season and will continue to get better as he has done this season.


In my opinion Mackreth has been quite poor this season, as for getting better he was very good at Barnet then really poor at home to Braintree.

As for Barrow fans loving Mackreth, they loved Andy Cook and still do, many on here didn't.

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I'm not surprised they love Cook still, you just have to look at how many goals he has this season.

As for Mackreth, he's contributed a lot more in the last few months than a certain striker who is seemingly immune from criticism.
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So the thread has moved from discussing our former full-back who departed in suspicious circumstances and immediately found himself a new club, through criticism of our winger and now, as if by magic, onto criticism of our striker!

Quelle fecking surprise.  
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So the thread has moved from discussing our former full-back who departed in suspicious circumstances and immediately found himself a new club, through criticism of our winger and now, as if by magic, onto criticism of our striker!

Quelle fecking surprise.  


Aw come on, nobody`s mentioned Hurst yet  
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So the thread has moved from discussing our former full-back who departed in suspicious circumstances and immediately found himself a new club, through criticism of our winger and now, as if by magic, onto criticism of our striker!

Quelle fecking surprise.  


Isn't it a bit like Godwins law?


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Isn't it a bit like Godwins law?


Yep, that's certainly true.

When LJL leaves the club, I wonder who the next scapegoat will be?
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Mackriath was woeful to begin with but give him his due he's started hitting his straps now
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I miss the days when the threads turned into 'What's Jamie Green up to these days?'

I liked him though.


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Quoted from pontoonlew
I'm not surprised they love Cook still, you just have to look at how many goals he has this season.

As for Mackreth, he's contributed a lot more in the last few months than a certain striker who is seemingly immune from criticism.


Ross "The Goal Machine" Hannah?


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Quoted from pontoonlew
I'm not surprised they love Cook still, you just have to look at how many goals he has this season.

As for Mackreth, he's contributed a lot more in the last few months than a certain striker who is seemingly immune from criticism.


Immune from criticism? Are you blind?

Serious question - can you actually read?
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Quoted from mimma
Taken from the official Woking site:

"Aswad Thomas, who recently returned to the Cards from Grimsby, is apparently suffering from a knee injury, which kept him out of Woking’s last two games, so will presumably miss Saturday’s game too."

Note the word, "apparently".

Read into that what you want.


No (k)need to  
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Yep, that's certainly true.

When LJL leaves the club, I wonder who the next scapegoat will be?


The next striker to miss as many sitters as he does.





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Yep, that's certainly true.

When LJL leaves the club, I wonder who the next scapegoat will be?


Looking forward to finding out  
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Aw come on, nobody`s mentioned Hurst yet  


Doh!
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The next striker to miss as many sitters as he does.



Ross Hannah?  
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Quoted from pontoonlew
Why do so many threads on here turn into questioning Mackreth? (Top of our assist charts this season)

You ask Barrow and Macc fans and they loved him. Players don't just get worse over night and I'm of the position that he's made a decent contribution this season and will continue to get better as he has done this season.


Quoted from pontoonlew
I'm not surprised they love Cook still, you just have to look at how many goals he has this season.

As for Mackreth, he's contributed a lot more in the last few months than a certain striker who is seemingly immune from criticism.


You are a satirical genius.


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You are a satirical genius.


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