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Post by Brocker on 27/9/2016, 23:01

Totally superb, and with a much changed line-up. Here's a problem PJB: what is your best side? A good problem to have. Very Happy

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Post by alasher on 28/9/2016, 09:42

A wonderful result &by the sounds of it a more than competent performance.s Brocker says a much changed side proving that we have a good squad. Six in a row! Well done to the entire squad & management team. I'd love to keep this going on Saturday, but whatever will be will be. #COYDB
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Post by distantmusic on 28/9/2016, 13:20

The best visit I've had to Trafford, it was the sort of night dreams are made of. Let's keep our feet on the ground though, just bring on the Harriers on Saturday and who knows what might happen - confidence is a big player in football.
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Post by DollyTillIDie on 28/9/2016, 15:35

Which goal was better Platt's or Carney's?!

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Post by SC GenSec on 28/9/2016, 16:07

Platt looked to be about 25 yards out and he caught it on the half volley with such venom it almost broke the net behind Mike Hale - worthy of winning any match, but sadly for Trafford it was their only effort on target all night. Aaron Burns had a complete nightmare after his 6 goals last Saturday, and was subbed before the hour mark. 45 mins had elapsed before they got their first corner.

Carney's goal was very different - a series of sweet, quick passing moves in midfield, and Carney gets released, springs the offside trap to go one on one with the keeper. 'Keeper came out to narrow the angle, but Craig's chip over him was perfect - team goal with some individual brilliance built in.

Who do you think are the underdogs for Saturday now ?

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