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Post by themaclad on 26/10/2013, 07:58

Looking forward to this one should be an interesting game in front of a decent crowd, time to return to winning ways
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Post by LFC-LCFC on 26/10/2013, 17:56

themaclad wrote:Looking forward to this one should be an interesting game in front of a decent crowd, time to return to winning ways
Well you were half right.

Good crowd, dull game. Thought we shaded it on actually forcing their keeper into a couple of saves whilst they didn't have a shot on target that I can remember?

And yet we couldn't beat a poor Mossley side on two occasions. Figure that one out.

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Post by themaclad on 26/10/2013, 18:00

First half a modicum of entertainment, second half dull as dishwater, two sides who didn't want to lose and didn't
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Post by LFC-LCFC on 26/10/2013, 18:06

themaclad wrote:First half a modicum of entertainment, second half dull as dishwater, two sides who didn't want to lose and didn't
Yep. Two sides coming off a bad run of form with confidence both low. It showed.

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Post by themaclad on 26/10/2013, 19:19

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Post by Conmac End on 26/10/2013, 19:47

3oo darlo! SAD I've heard more noise in a libary!!!

300 Dollies! you would hear us from darlo!!!

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Post by Brocker on 26/10/2013, 20:11

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themaclad wrote:Looking forward to this one should be an interesting game in front of a decent crowd, time to return to winning ways
Well you were half right.

Good crowd, dull game. Thought we shaded it on actually forcing their keeper into a couple of saves whilst they didn't have a shot on target that I can remember?

And yet we couldn't beat a poor Mossley side on two occasions. Figure that one out.
Darlo are a footballing side, and so we compete with them on level terms. Mossley, and a number of other sides in our league, such as Clitheroe, play long ball, route one stuff, and its very crudity takes us unawares--we don't know how to overcome it. The difference showed today especially in our defending, where our centre backs were able to deal with players running at them, as compared with Mossley where, especially as we missed Glenn Steel's height, we were undone by the big hoof over the top.

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Post by Conmac End on 26/10/2013, 20:18

Brocker wrote:
LFC-LCFC wrote:
themaclad wrote:Looking forward to this one should be an interesting game in front of a decent crowd, time to return to winning ways
Well you were half right.

Good crowd, dull game. Thought we shaded it on actually forcing their keeper into a couple of saves whilst they didn't have a shot on target that I can remember?

And yet we couldn't beat a poor Mossley side on two occasions. Figure that one out.
Darlo are a footballing side, and so we compete with them on level terms. Mossley, and a number of other sides in our league, such as Clitheroe, play long ball, route one stuff, and its very  crudity takes us unawares--we don't know how to overcome it. The difference  showed today especially in our defending, where our centre backs were able to deal with players running at them, as compared with Mossley where, especially as we missed Glenn Steel's height, we were undone by the big hoof over the top.
What about Rammy!!!
The best team I've seen in this league in six seasons!!

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Post by CarefulWithThatAxe on 27/10/2013, 10:27

Our lads played really well but Darlo were very well organised at the back and we just couldn't get through. But Darlo looked even less likely to score against us. We defended really well even without Steel or Henry, and our midfield were very competitive. Mahoney worked really hard - good to see - though one of his shots is probably still in orbit.

Even though the football was not that exciting, the experience was great. Nearly 600 spectators, with fantastic noise from the Dolly choir completely drowning out the Darlo fans.

Surprised Ince wasn't playing - is he unfit?

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Post by the sidekick on 27/10/2013, 11:15

ince gone to Nantwich i was told after they put 7 days on him

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