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 Post subject: Darlington FC V Salford
PostPosted: Tue Jan 09, 2018 1:20 pm 
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So next up Salford, they’re going through a bit of a wobble at the moment , I expect they will dominate possession much as Harrogate did at their place, wobble or not I think they will be to strong for us , the win at their place at the beginning of the season will mean absolutely nothing, heart says a point would be great, head says no chance


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Darlopartisan wrote:
So next up Salford, they’re going through a bit of a wobble at the moment , I expect they will dominate possession much as Harrogate did at their place, wobble or not I think they will be to strong for us , the win at their place at the beginning of the season will mean absolutely nothing, heart says a point would be great, head says no chance


You might want to edit the subject, as the p. could make it look like the game has been postponed. I agree I'd settle for a point at this stage. They've been going through a rough patch, so no doubt they'll be coming out flying trying to get revenge for the first game of the season.


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So next up Salford, they’re going through a bit of a wobble at the moment , I expect they will dominate possession much as Harrogate did at their place, wobble or not I think they will be to strong for us , the win at their place at the beginning of the season will mean absolutely nothing, heart says a point would be great, head says no chance


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Team from York game, What changes would you make? A lot depends on whether Collins is fit, assuming he is.

York Game.

Talbot

Collins
Heaton
Brown
Galbraith

Mills
Syers
Wheatley
Thompson

Styche (c)
Saunders

Subs: Turnbull, Scott, Gillies, Portas, Caton

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poppyfield wrote:
Team from York game, What changes would you make? A lot depends on whether Collins is fit, assuming he is.

York Game.

Talbot

Collins
Heaton
Brown
Galbraith

Mills
Syers
Wheatley
Thompson

Styche (c)
Saunders

Subs: Turnbull, Scott, Gillies, Portas, Caton

Take Mills out and stick Gillies in.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 10, 2018 5:51 pm 
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poppyfield wrote:
Team from York game, What changes would you make? A lot depends on whether Collins is fit, assuming he is.

York Game.

Talbot

Collins
Heaton
Brown
Galbraith

Mills
Syers
Wheatley
Thompson

Styche (c)
Saunders

Subs: Turnbull, Scott, Gillies, Portas, Caton


TW has already said he is going 343. Im presuming Collins will be 'fit' to start.
If not it could be an interesting line up and I suspect players not playing in there regular positions.


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BaronsCourtQuaker wrote:
poppyfield wrote:
Team from York game, What changes would you make? A lot depends on whether Collins is fit, assuming he is.

York Game.

Talbot

Collins
Heaton
Brown
Galbraith

Mills
Syers
Wheatley
Thompson

Styche (c)
Saunders

Subs: Turnbull, Scott, Gillies, Portas, Caton


TW has already said he is going 343. Im presuming Collins will be 'fit' to start.
If not it could be an interesting line up and I suspect players not playing in there regular positions.


Why would you let the opposition know how you were going to set up before the game?


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 10, 2018 6:09 pm 
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Maybe TW has a cunning plan.


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Wonder if Trotman is yet fit to play if Collins isn't? Then if Tommy is going to stick with 3-4-3 we could line up:

------------------------------------ Talbot --------------------------------------

------------------ Brown --------- Heaton --------- Galbraith -----------------

Trotman ----------------- Turnbull ------- Wheatley --------------- Thompson

------------------ Mills ----------------------------------- Syers ----------------

------------------------------------ Styche --------------------------------------

Subs: Marrs, Portas, Scott, Gillies, Saunders

Could change Syers for Saunders or Mills for Gillies.


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 10, 2018 6:39 pm 
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Would not play Mills and Syers.Turnbull must come back in and would like Tom Portas and Gillies back.

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Trouble with Thompson and Gillies in the same team is both like to play with the ball, not so urgent when we don’t have it


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 10, 2018 7:12 pm 
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Darlo-and-Back wrote:
Trouble with Thompson and Gillies in the same team is both like to play with the ball, not so urgent when we don’t have it



What do I know....just seen the teamsheet.


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 10, 2018 7:15 pm 
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Team is out:

Talbot
Collins
Galbraith
Scott
Heaton
Brown
Mills
Turnbull
Styche
Gillies
Thompson

Subs: Portas, Wheatley, Caton, Syers, Saunders


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 10, 2018 7:18 pm 
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Why is Styche the captain ahead of Turnbull?


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Much more solid looking team, happy with that.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 10, 2018 8:08 pm 
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3 4 1 2 apparently


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Collins off injured... Again.

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Dom Collins off injured apparently a hamstring injury. Tom Portas on in his place. may now have changed to a 4-4-2.

We have to stop playing Collins. We're going to crock the poor lad at this rate. Is it time to call back Vaulks and give him a go if Tommy wants to play 3 at the back?


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Dom Collins off injured apparently a hamstring injury. Tom Portas on in his place. may now have changed to a 4-4-2.

We have to stop playing Collins. We're going to crock the poor lad at this rate. Is it time to call back Vaulks and give him a go if Tommy wants to play 3 at the back?


If its a hamstring injury then we won't have to think about not playing him, he'll probably be out for 6 weeks.


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Outrageously poor penalty by Styche! Now 1-0 to Salford..


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Oh dear, relegation beckons....

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1-1 Mills!


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Fuck off Darlo.

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I was all for giving TW a chance but it really feels like we're going backwards now. Same mistakes every game.


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Salford were utter garbage. Unfortunately we're not good enough to compete with that. We are screwed.

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