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Agh, finally decent ball and finally decent attempt from Hall. On target at least, now.

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Early effort from Tav(?) from range. Not that far wide.

Then Hall header from a corner - right at the keeper.

 

Promising start - we just need to keep it up.

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How the *** has the ref brought that back to the first foul when the second was clearly a foul during the advantage too!?

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2 minutes ago, Changing Times said:

Good bit of play from Spence again a minute ago.  Not that anyone would mention it 🙄

Not allowed, mate.

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Just now, White Band said:

Why didn't Cook get booked for taking out Britt?

Ref can't have thought it was a foul, is my only thinking. Otherwise like I said, he surely gives the second foul.

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1 minute ago, wilsoncgp said:

How the *** has the ref brought that back to the first foul when the second was clearly a foul during the advantage too!?

I thought it was six and two threes on the second one tbh mate.

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Just now, Changing Times said:

I thought it was six and two threes on the second one tbh mate.

Ref must have agreed!

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2 minutes ago, wilsoncgp said:

Not allowed, mate.

He did a good bit of defending in the first half as well.  I reckon people thought it was Dijksteel though 👀

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Is there really a thousand spectators? 
 

I can’t help but look at this game and think, should we have Warnock target signings and the numbers requested we would be winning this.. 

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