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Just now, boroie said:

Rudy for Fletch?

Surly Tav is the better option abit of pace 

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Just now, Denzel Zanzibar said:

Rudy gets 5 minutes to score the winner!

Or to get Injured...

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That was a very entertaining game, I can't even say shame about the result because nearly all of us were expecting to get beaten today.

If we could defend we'd be pushing for promotion this season.

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Great game, really enjoyed it. Pity we couldnt come out with 3 points. Defence is a massive concern but it's a lot of fun to watch!

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Called 2-2 in the OP. one cookie for me! 

Not a bad result at Bristol, but we could easily have won it. 

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Cracking save by Bentley at the end there.

Think that was our best performance of the season for me, shaky defensively at times but I think we knew that might be likely this year.

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Great game, good performance and all things considered a good result.

The fact I’m disappointed with not getting 3 is a positive, I expected us to lose today.

 

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Best match of the season. Showed some good attacking football. Need to sort out the nervousness at the back. But pleasing signs. Thought Dijksteel was good, Clayton excellent and Johnson/McNair are like 2 completely different (very good!) players. 

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2-2 is probably an overall fair result. However, our defensive mistakes are to blame for their goals again. Impressed with how well we attacked, though. 

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Once we have Fry back upto speed and Ayala alongside, hopefully the defence will sort itself out but we played very well today against a team many though would rip us apart. Dijksteel and Bola look very good and Paddy is a changed man. 

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We really need to start turning draws into wins if we are to make the playoffs as it's what killed us last year too 

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