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1 minute ago, Uwe said:

My stream was a bit jumpy but didn’t he miss The ball by a mile which fell nicely for their 3rd goal

Don't remember him being to blame for the 3rd, honestly, but will wait to see the highlights again 😄

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Looking into ways to share my stream, private youtube might be the way to go. 

Lets put this into perspective after todays results. These championship teams lost to lower league teams: QPR (to Plymouth) Birmingham (to Cambridge) Huddersfield (to Rochdale) Swansea

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2 minutes ago, Uwe said:

My stream was a bit jumpy but didn’t he miss The ball by a mile which fell nicely for their 3rd goal

It was headed out of his hands really by i think britt? I dont think he was particularly bad, and I've said it before but Maddo really doesn't help with it as people partially make their judgements based on his over the top reactions

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Just now, Neverbefore said:

It was headed out of his hands really by i think britt? I dont think he was particularly bad, and I've said it before but Maddo really doesn't help with it as people partially make their judgements based on his over the top reactions

actually that was the second never mind 

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I’m just not a fan of the system at all, add to that the fact it isn’t Warnock’s preferred system for his style I just don’t think it works.

The Midfield 3 are totally anonymous due to the ball sailing straight over their heads at every opportunity.

Britt and Fletch don’t have the creativity between them in a 2 to create chances for themselves. Both would suit a 4-3-3 with wingers either side of them IMO. 

The wing-backs don’t do enough. Spence is hardly involved and whilst Johnson is creatively, he is hopeless and a liability going the other way.. 

 

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2 hours ago, DanFromDownSouth said:

I had the same, then it suddenly worked. 
Is it working for you now?

Sorry, I did see this at the time, and it had started working again.

Thank you for the heads up, I got back on the stream.

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Don't think anyone had a stinker....people did make errors but not the same player over and over again.....highlighted the need for a ball winner but.....we won...at home and scored four before we made subs as I predicted days ago....return of Sav and McNair might be more effective as Howson had little influence on game, though he was still tidy enough......plusses...Dijksteel, Fletch , Wood cameo...eight out of twelve shots on target.....hopefully no injuries....does make me wonder just how bad Newcastle must have been ....thanks for the stream, Jen...much appreciated

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Thought Wood and Dijksteel we're good tonight. Thought Spence jogged around a bit too much. But him and Anfernee on that side could be immense.

We need someone in the middle who can tackle - Saville for Wing probably. 

And we so need a first choice goalkeeper.

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Warnock has always favoured the tactic of an early ball into the channel, turning the defence, and the opposite wide midfielder, and 10, arriving in the box at pace. Cardiff did it to us time and time again a few weeks ago (Murphy & Tomlin) It doesn’t work with a back 5 because there aren’t enough bodies forward quickly enough. 

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Good to get a win on the board, but the performance was poor.

Personally if we stick with the 3-5-2 I can't see Wing getting much game time. Think we definitely need a specialist defensive midfielder in the midfield 3.

If we can get the ball on the deck and actually string some passes together, we may see Fletcher and Britt get more service. Britt and Fletcher competing for aerial/long balls isn't going to work for them.

Johnson isn't a leftback. I'd like to see Bola get a chance to see how he compares.

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47 minutes ago, DevKWat said:

I’m just not a fan of the system at all, add to that the fact it isn’t Warnock’s preferred system for his style I just don’t think it works.

The Midfield 3 are totally anonymous due to the ball sailing straight over their heads at every opportunity.

Britt and Fletch don’t have the creativity between them in a 2 to create chances for themselves. Both would suit a 4-3-3 with wingers either side of them IMO. 

The wing-backs don’t do enough. Spence is hardly involved and whilst Johnson is creatively, he is hopeless and a liability going the other way.. 

 

The other thing, to me anyway, is if you're going to be quite direct then 3-5-2 isn't the right shape for it, is it?  Surely you want the two wide players further forward for a start, so that they are closer to where the ball is going to be played?  Otherwise you're just playing long for the two lads up front to chase after, but you've got nobody going beyond them for flick ons or around them for knock downs really.  That's even more the case if you play long down either flank.

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