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That's great work all round, great from Tav, great finish from Marv.

 

Who had Marv as our top scorer after 10+ games?

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I said pre-game I don't think we'll get the same space as the Derby game. But we are pressing really well and winning the ball high up the pitch and catching their fullbacks out, which is allowing us more space to play with.

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Get innnn

Clear to see why he went with Spence and Johnson. These lot are unbelievably slow at the back 🤣🤣🤣

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1 minute ago, Brunners said:

That's great work all round, great from Tav, great finish from Marv.

 

Who had Marv as our top scorer after 10+ games?

I said it all pre season.

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1 minute ago, SmogDane said:

Yeah you can always find a way to disagree, you special child

It’s harder to control the ball when you’re sliding. It doesn’t matter how close you are to the goal, if you don’t connect with it properly the ball can go anywhere. The other chance was easier in my opinion because he was in control of what he was doing and he just didn’t finish well.

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I thought this would end Neil - Neil ..

Glad we scored ❤️🤍❤️

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Just now, White Band said:

I'd like another 3-0 win.  Is that gready?

I said 3 to 4 so no. Will we get our way, mmmmmm may be not but we can dream can’t we 

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