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on 14/10/2017, 08:13
....renewal of old acquaintances from last season this afternoon. I think it may give us a more realistic idea of where we really stand in this division. Hoping for a decent game & them bringing a few, #COYDB
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on 14/10/2017, 18:27
Perhaps a touch lucky to escape with a point. To compound the loss of two points, the West Road turnstile had run out of programmes and I didn't hear the number of the winning raffle ticket.
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on 14/10/2017, 18:51
Needed more of everything up front and more consistency in midfield.

When they began to attack us in more numbers and leave spaces we counter attacked like snails and even went narrow in the final quarter of an hour.

The pitch was slow and looked pretty poor already, despite having so few games on it. That should be fun as the season wears on.

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on 14/10/2017, 19:46
Thought we were way off the pace today so a point can be regarded as a good result. We offered next to nothing in the final third and if it wasn't for another excellent display from Josh Powell, we could have ended up with nothing. Thought the new lad Williams looked assured at the back and Sam Bailey also played well before being dragged off again. Don't know what his brother has done wrong though, unless he's injured. Give the lad a run of games. All in all, a fortunate point.
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on 14/10/2017, 20:38
Agree we were fortunate today. Farsley looked the more likely to score in the second half after the equalizer. We seemed more intent on not conceding than actually trying to win. I know Ollie Wood comes in for some stick, but if he's up front on his own he can't be blamed. Six draws so far shows we are hard to beat but I would've hoped for a more adventurous approach at home.
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on 14/10/2017, 22:35
I think Farsley must be sick to the back teeth of outplaying but not beating us. We had a very defensive set up from the start, which may or may not be understandable against a free-scoring side like the Celts. However I too would hope for a more positive intent at home. Don't want to publically critcise players but team selection confuses me at times. From the games I've seen this season, Winder has been one of our best players, but was on the bench again, while some players start every week without having had anything like as positive an impact on games
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