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on 23/11/2013, 17:24
Excellent result, goal by Jacko. Attendance disappointing, 187 against a "name" club. Presumably Vics didn't bring many? Everyone around us seems to have won, so we remain fifth.
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on 23/11/2013, 22:07
Vics don't have fans (1874 Northwich got 225 for NWCFL 1st Div Challenge Cup match today) so 187 isn't perhaps as bad as 1st glance, but crowd looked thin.

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on 24/11/2013, 09:36
janb wrote:Vics don't have fans (1874 Northwich got 225 for NWCFL 1st Div Challenge Cup match today) so 187 isn't perhaps as bad as 1st glance, but crowd looked thin.
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on 24/11/2013, 11:21
Taking the Wakefield game out of the equation, this was a game between the two lowest scoring teams in the league. It was pretty darn dull in the first half with almost nothing to note.

Second half was a bit better with a couple of scoring chances for each side. Happily we created the best one thanks to Killer. Still think Wearing has more impact as a super-sub and expect Connie to fill the no.9 shirt to partner Jacko.

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on 24/11/2013, 11:55
Super-sub ? Just a sub me thinks.
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on 24/11/2013, 12:17
sparrows left peg wrote:Super-sub ? Just a sub me thinks.
Scored 4 goals coming on a sub so far this season. He's like a small Alan Coar Exclamation 

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on 24/11/2013, 12:50
First half was pretty tedious, Vics were somewhat more direct, but threatened very little. Think we need a bit of muscle in the center of midfield, Hunter was naturally lacking match-fitness, but still think we need someone alongside him. Our goal came from the best bit of football of the afternoon, great work from Killer. I wasnt over-enamored with the thought of Tom playing wide left, but if the Jacko/Connie partnership clicks it may be a position he has to get used to. We defended well, and never really looked like conceding If as I heard we are after signing Cowperthwaite, the defensive reorganisation will  be interesting.
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on 24/11/2013, 13:12
LFC-LCFC wrote:Taking the Wakefield game out of the equation, this was a game between the two lowest scoring teams in the league. It was pretty darn dull in the first half with almost nothing to note.

Second half was a bit better with a couple of scoring chances for each side. Happily we created the best one thanks to Killer. Still think Wearing has more impact as a super-sub and expect Connie to fill the no.9 shirt to partner Jacko.
I thought it was an intriguing game between two footballing sides. Mike Hale was my MOM for two fine saves, plus over all command of his area. Personally, I never found it dull, but it was always going to be settled by one piece of magic, which Killer provided. Do we know anything about Swabba's absence?
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on 24/11/2013, 13:15
alasher wrote:First half was pretty tedious, Vics were somewhat more direct, but threatened very little. Think we need a bit of muscle in the center of midfield, Hunter was naturally lacking match-fitness, but still think we need someone alongside him. Our goal came from the best bit of football of the afternoon, great work from Killer. I wasnt over-enamored with the thought of Tom playing wide left, but if the Jacko/Connie partnership clicks it may be a position he has to get used to. We defended well, and never really looked like conceding If as I heard we are after signing Cowperthwaite, the defensive reorganisation will  be interesting.
Cowperthwaite could possibly move into central midfield á la Andrew Teague.

Hale
Henry, Steel, Marshall, Elderton
Winder, Cowperthwaite, Hunter, Kilifin
Jackson
Connerton

Yay? Nay?

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on 24/11/2013, 13:23
LFC-LCFC wrote:
alasher wrote:First half was pretty tedious, Vics were somewhat more direct, but threatened very little. Think we need a bit of muscle in the center of midfield, Hunter was naturally lacking match-fitness, but still think we need someone alongside him. Our goal came from the best bit of football of the afternoon, great work from Killer. I wasnt over-enamored with the thought of Tom playing wide left, but if the Jacko/Connie partnership clicks it may be a position he has to get used to. We defended well, and never really looked like conceding If as I heard we are after signing Cowperthwaite, the defensive reorganisation will  be interesting.
Cowperthwaite could possibly move into central midfield á la Andrew Teague.

Hale
Henry, Steel, Marshall, Elderton
Winder, Cowperthwaite, Hunter, Kilifin
Jackson
Connerton

Yay? Nay?
Without doubt that looks like a strong side, however I think that Cowperthwaite is too good at center half not to be playing there.......then what happens? Marshie to fullback?.....Eldo to left mid?......Killer to? See what I mean?
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