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moosey_club
April 25, 2015, 9:08pm
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as there isnt one..

Good points -
comfortable victory
improved points, wins and position over last season
Hannah put in a good performance, frozen out most of the season and took two goals very well and generally linked well. Also a nice gesture when Sunter came on for his debut Hannah went across to welcome him onto the pitch and shook his hand.
Chappel after a shakey start settled in and looked lively second half, particularly when he seemed to be playing more centrally/free role.

Bad Points
Crowd - 3200 home support, a little disappointing i thought
Parslow, looks weak, slow, indecisive and timid.
Another goal from distance, nice strike but waiting for the replay as i am not sure why Mckeown didnt have it covered, i have a feeling he was anticipating a ball into the box and may have moved prior.

The manager and board's first ambition for the season has been reached, two massive games ahead now to qualify  for the final...cmon Town, lets not collectively fck it up this time.   UTM


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April 25, 2015, 9:13pm
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Agree with most of that. Ross Hannah hasn't been "frozen out" at all though, he's had plenty of chances throughout the season and not performed.

Credit to him today though, took his goals well and looked like the old ross. Given PH something to consider that's for sure.


"Falls to Arnold... Arnold! That's it! Thats it! He's sealed it! Grimsby Town are back in the football league!!! Just a minute to go and Nathan Arnold makes it 3-1! Look at the scenes behind the goal! Look at the relief! The agony is finally over!!!"

John Tondeur - Wembley Stadium Sunday 15th May 2016
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MeanwoodMariner
April 25, 2015, 9:14pm

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Did the likes of Hannah do enough to challenge for a starting place on Thursday?

In commentary JT and Buckley said McKeown had no chance with their goal. Will be interested to see it.
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April 25, 2015, 9:15pm
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Those Parslow comments worry me.

Did Hannah cup his ear to the Town fans after one of his goals?


"You should do what you love while you can"
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April 25, 2015, 9:15pm

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Thought parslow was fine? Its not as though aldershot threatened as all so not quite sure why you've singled him out for uneccessary critiscm
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April 25, 2015, 9:17pm
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If they didn't threaten and MC assessed him like that, what are we to expect when we play the play off games?


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April 25, 2015, 9:25pm
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I think the decision to move Toto to right back for a spell may be significant in Hursts thinking.

Overall a very comfortable end of season victory. We played at a much quicker tempo compared to last week at Southport.

Pittman looked like his old self and I guess may have played himself into a starting place on Thursday?

I think Hurst has 2 decisions for play offs;

Who partners Dizza in centre mid and who plays in the back four alongside Pearson, Toto and Magnay.
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Quoted from BIGChris
I think the decision to move Toto to right back for a spell may be significant in Hursts thinking.

Overall a very comfortable end of season victory. We played at a much quicker tempo compared to last week at Southport.

Pittman looked like his old self and I guess may have played himself into a starting place on Thursday?

I think Hurst has 2 decisions for play offs;

Who partners Dizza in centre mid and who plays in the back four alongside Pearson, Toto and Magnay.


Totally agree with that and the answers to those questions would be Clay and Gowling for me.
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April 25, 2015, 9:55pm
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I thought it was quite an entertaining game. The result wasn't really that important for either side so it was quite open and less cagey than the usual fare. Not a huge amount of quality on display at times, but not too bad.

I'm surprised that moosey picked out Parslow for criticism as I thought he had probably his most solid game at full-back for us! Barely put a foot wrong there. Hannah took his goals well (and beat the offside trap twice!!!), but I do wonder if he would fare as well against a better defence as the Aldershot backline was porous, to say the least. Already on the beach, as the saying goes.

Another excellent strike for their goal but another long-range effort flies in. Are we just unlucky that teams put some fantastic shots against us or is it a case that McKeown is a bit slow to get his feet moving? I generally don't think McKeown has had much chance with most of the long-range goals against us this season, but there does seem to be a bit of a pattern emerging.
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April 25, 2015, 10:44pm
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Quite an enjoyable game. Hannah took his goals very well as did Pittman his. Have officially lost count now of the number of teams that score "a worldy" goal against us. I was a long way away from it but I'd agree that Macca had no chance.
I too don't really get the criticism of Parslow. Thought he was steady all game without being outstanding. That said no-one had a bad game.
One thing that struck me was that without a recognised target man in the first half the ball travelled along the ground with much more effect than previously.-more food for thought for Hurst?


I have an inferiority complex-It's not a very good one though.
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