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Well this is disappointing, game just passing us by

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I have no idea whats happening in this game... any updates at all?

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they are camped in, we have all the ball without really penetrating so far. other than a few half chances. ali saying we need someone to take the game by the scruff of the neck. crowd sound frustrated.

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Downing sounds like he's our most creative player at the moment, but MK Dons sitting back and already time wasting. Going to need to take chances when we get them and if we get one, then it'll open up.

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This is crap. We just aren't direct enough. Downing isn't our most creative player today, because we don't have any creativity right now

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reach off stuani on. nugent playing up top with stuani. then we have more chance with the hopeful crosses into the crowded box. we need a targeman

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I take it we are play two defensive mids at home again, this is a must win game.

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Mk dons are just putting players behind the ball and when we get it out wide, we go backwards.

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I take it we are play two defensive mids at home again, this is a must win game.

 

Clayton seems to be sitting and grant is going forward

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I take it we are play two defensive mids at home again, this is a must win game.

 

Its baffling why is keeps playing those two together, Especially against the weaker teams.. Its far to negative.

 

Forshaw offers more urgency and a driving force going forward.

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