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1 minute ago, wilsoncgp said:

That was the most frustrating thing at Watford. Players were on the bench to help us change the wing-backs and we didn't change it.

I don't think either wingback's strength is crossing the ball to be fair.  Spence is about athleticism, Johnson likes to cross but simply isn't very accurate.  They must be able to see it but they choose not to do anything about it.

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Tell you what, even if we lose against these today, I’m extremely happy with the way we’ve played and the intent. Taken the game to a team favoured for promotion for the full 90.

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How long before Mepham or Stacey get sent off?

Also, Browne, oway lad, should be putting that away, that touch was awful.

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Just now, wilsoncgp said:

How long before Mepham or Stacey get sent off?

Also, Browne, oway lad, should be putting that away, that touch was awful.

his only defence I'll give him is that did come at him pretty dang quickly.

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Surely gotta hook Johnson today. His crossing hasn't been good.

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Johnson is having a competition with himself to see just how bad a cross hd can make. 

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