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on 9/11/2013, 20:18
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alasher wrote:We arent creating a large number of clear-cut chances, & we are converting too small a percentage of those that we do create. On Saturday our attacking players looked like they were on totally different wave lengths, there was very little combination play between them. While it is true that if you dont concede you dont lose, it is not possible to account for a good goal like the one New Mills scored on Saturday. It is certainly true that if you dont score you dont win. We arent scoring enough.
 
 
Not the most astute comments in the light of today's result.
Not sure what relevance todays game has to observations on previous performances.

Also not sure how much can be read into scoring 9 against a side that have shipped 7 to Warrington, 6 to Trafford, 5 to Kendal, Ossett Town, Curzon Ashton, and 4 against North East Counties side Brighouse on Tuesday.

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on 9/11/2013, 20:23
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alasher wrote:We arent creating a large number of clear-cut chances, & we are converting too small a percentage of those that we do create. On Saturday our attacking players looked like they were on totally different wave lengths, there was very little combination play between them. While it is true that if you dont concede you dont lose, it is not possible to account for a good goal like the one New Mills scored on Saturday. It is certainly true that if you dont score you dont win. We arent scoring enough.
 
 
Not the most astute comments in the light of today's result.
Easy to be smart after the event, isnt it? If we score nine against Brig on Tuesday I will happily concede the point to you
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on 9/11/2013, 20:24
Just enjoy it while you can. Lancaster scoring 9, away. It won't happen again. And as a bonus, we get three points as well !!
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on 9/11/2013, 20:29
Goals were scored. Happy days!

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on 9/11/2013, 20:47
Definitely another nine goals next Saturday. Ossett Albion have seven points LESS than Wakefield!Very Happy
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on 9/11/2013, 21:26
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South of the river wrote:
alasher wrote:We arent creating a large number of clear-cut chances, & we are converting too small a percentage of those that we do create. On Saturday our attacking players looked like they were on totally different wave lengths, there was very little combination play between them. While it is true that if you dont concede you dont lose, it is not possible to account for a good goal like the one New Mills scored on Saturday. It is certainly true that if you dont score you dont win. We arent scoring enough.
 
 
Not the most astute comments in the light of today's result.
Not sure what relevance todays game has to observations on previous performances.

Also not sure how much can be read into scoring 9 against a side that have shipped 7 to Warrington, 6 to Trafford, 5 to Kendal, Ossett Town, Curzon Ashton, and 4 against North East Counties side Brighouse on Tuesday.
City score nine and you're still dissatisfied !
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on 9/11/2013, 21:31
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South of the river wrote:
alasher wrote:We arent creating a large number of clear-cut chances, & we are converting too small a percentage of those that we do create. On Saturday our attacking players looked like they were on totally different wave lengths, there was very little combination play between them. While it is true that if you dont concede you dont lose, it is not possible to account for a good goal like the one New Mills scored on Saturday. It is certainly true that if you dont score you dont win. We arent scoring enough.
 
 
Not the most astute comments in the light of today's result.
Easy to be smart after the event, isnt it? If we score nine against Brig on Tuesday I will happily concede the point to you
Not trying to be smart. I was merely highlighting the limited outlook of a turnstile operator:lol: .
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on 9/11/2013, 21:35
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South of the river wrote:
alasher wrote:We arent creating a large number of clear-cut chances, & we are converting too small a percentage of those that we do create. On Saturday our attacking players looked like they were on totally different wave lengths, there was very little combination play between them. While it is true that if you dont concede you dont lose, it is not possible to account for a good goal like the one New Mills scored on Saturday. It is certainly true that if you dont score you dont win. We arent scoring enough.
 
 
Not the most astute comments in the light of today's result.
Not sure what relevance todays game has to observations on previous performances.

Also not sure how much can be read into scoring 9 against a side that have shipped 7 to Warrington, 6 to Trafford, 5 to Kendal, Ossett Town, Curzon Ashton, and 4 against North East Counties side Brighouse on Tuesday.
City score nine and you're still dissatisfied !
If you're so unsure about things, why make any comment at all.
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on 9/11/2013, 21:41
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City score nine and you're still dissatisfied !
Not at all. Very satisfied.

What I'm not going to do is draw any conclusions about past or future performance based on one game though, particularly of this nature. Its likely to prove a statistical outlier however our season pans out.

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on 9/11/2013, 22:46
Shrimpsmakemeill wrote:Definitely another nine goals next Saturday. Ossett Albion have seven points LESS than Wakefield!Very Happy
Oh! If only it worked like that!!Very Happy 

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