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General Discussion / Re: Klfc v Peterborough sports
« on: October 16, 2021, 02:07:23 PM »
I obviously hope for the best, but frankly fear for the worst.  That lack of a goal scorer is the worry,  and something it sounds like PS don’t lack.  With four recent promotions, I would guess that the answer to the question of “how do they do it” might be they have continually ensured they have the quicker and cleverer attackers than any of their opponents ents thus far.  I do hope KES is right that they may not cope with Gold Omatayo, but I suspect they will, as he hasn’t worried any other teams so far !  Fingers crossed he or someone can find the back of the net.

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General Discussion / Re: Barnet at home Tuesday night
« on: October 09, 2021, 03:14:32 PM »
I’m told that Barnet had 2 or3 nipsters that caused us problems.  They all have those players, IMHO…

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General Discussion / Re: Fans' Forum
« on: October 09, 2021, 03:04:58 PM »
I don’t know the financial situation at the club.  I do know that the Covid/furlough/season of defeats were the cause of the problems, plus the gate price for some, with, thankfully, the input in effort and fiancé from SC keeping this level going.  The crowd was bound to dip, but I firmly believe that “York”- level gates will return if we start winning and going up this excellent league.  We still have the potential to be one of the best supported teams in the league.  I’m always disappointed to hear the preference of being big fish in small pool from some people,

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General Discussion / Re: Barnet at home Tuesday night
« on: October 06, 2021, 01:42:33 PM »
We’ve picked up 4 handy points in the last 2 games.  Realistically, we have failed to score enough to win at home against a team that is doing badly.  I don’t think that will change any time soon, until we find the elusive gialscorer(s).  Omatayo must score some time, but how many games will go by before or after that happens !  We are now much more competitive, so much so that Gyasi would have more opportunities to score, and I feel sure he would bag more than Omatayo.  Haven’t seen him, but I suspect he’s a throw-back to the former game that used to be the norm.

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General Discussion / Re: Maidenhead
« on: October 03, 2021, 05:32:33 PM »
Great result.  Hopefully it will seep into the approaching performance against Barnet.  I wish IC would show a bit more confidence in Gyasi, because he’s a mixture of nippiness with the ball, and aggression without it.  Obviously Marriotthas to be subdued, but, defenders must remember he loves to sidestep a man to give him the yard he needs to pass it home. Wish we had last season’s scorers/players Gash, Southwell and Marriott !  BUT - here’s the chance to climb away from the relegation zone…

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General Discussion / Maidenhead
« on: October 02, 2021, 10:55:18 AM »
Good luck to the team today.  I believe they will compete, but it’s difficult to imagine them scoring.  Football is a funny game though, so they could suddenly get 4or 5 !  That is definitely not a prediction !  Most of us know we must get a goalscorer urgently, apart fro those who think it’s an advantage to have huge forwards, and spend all day thumping over crosses, in the hope !……..

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General Discussion / Re: Altrincham and Maidenhead
« on: September 29, 2021, 05:12:43 PM »
I have a cheek commenting, at the moment, because I haven’t seen a ball kicked at The Walls all season, as I’m a Covid-Coward !  I’m about to catch some videos of games, I hope, so I’m still premature, if you’ll pardon the expression !  However, last night vs Altrincham, the  texts on this site again gave the impression, as against Dagenham, that we could have sewn the game up by half-time, if we had a goal scorer.  My cynicism is possibly known on here, but I hold out no hope for the Big man/Small man tactic, currently awaited, as I think “ holding it up” football isn’t usually successful nowadays.  I still think AM would have done it for us now that the team are creating chances, but, Taylor now a better bet, through availability but we do need a permanent solution.  Recruitment is more important than tactics.

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General Discussion / Re: Wealdstone
« on: September 25, 2021, 05:30:51 PM »
Fully agree, KES.  Bleak prospects, I’m afraid.  Goal scorer needed is the one point that unites us all.  I feel a bit sorry for IC and SC, because there is a lot of luck in football, and they don’t have total control of it.  On the plus side, the chances are coming, and we are better, certainly than last season, and it’s is possible that a regular scorer could show we are still, just, on an upward path.  I’m not ramming my solution down any throats, but I would certainly like to see Marriott, or perhaps Joe Taylor receiving the ball in or near the opponent’s penalty box….

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General Discussion / Re: RIP Greavsie.
« on: September 25, 2021, 02:49:58 PM »
Jimmy was the closest English football ever had to Lionel Messi.  He was also the epitome of a nipster, and the sort of player who was in every team, (still is, abroad), before we got hung up on trends like “Big and Strong”, “winning fouls”, “That holding role” etc…..  I believe we’re just coming out of it now, with the likes of Salah, Mane, Son, etc…. COYL - pick the nipsters !!

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General Discussion / Re: Dagenham at home
« on: September 14, 2021, 04:07:32 PM »
Where was Gyasi ?  And the beauty of Marriott, or players like him, if we could find one, is that he/they don’t get involved in wrestling, or the push and shove rubbish that we’ve been told is part of today’s game up front, but only need a yard of space from the marker to enable them to slot it home !  They get the yard they need by a no-contact side-step to leave the marker nowhere.  That’s what we lack, IMHO.  If not Marriott, there must be someone, somewhere.  Maybe the lad Taylor, although I don’t know his style, but he certainly scores goals, albeit at a lower level.  I believe that a chance-taker can score goals at any level, as long as the team are good enough to make the openings.

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General Discussion / Re: Dagenham at home
« on: September 12, 2021, 03:15:17 PM »
Marriott !

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General Discussion / Re: Dagenham at home
« on: September 12, 2021, 03:07:47 PM »
We would have won that game in the first half with Marriott.  The approach play was good; the chances were decent, and it needed a compose goal scorer.  Go get him !!!  We are now competitive, but have no goal scorers   Simples !

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General Discussion / Re: Dagenham at home
« on: September 11, 2021, 05:13:06 PM »
Forgot about Coleman !  He’s in !  Sundire drops to the bench.!

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General Discussion / Re: Dagenham at home
« on: September 11, 2021, 03:37:37 PM »
Not many Selectors coming on here these days, so the Dilly team to beat Dagenham is as follows…. 
Jones:  Jones,McFadden,Bird,Denton:   Barrows,Clunan:   Gyasi, Rowley, Walker:   Morias.  Subs, Bastock, Fernandez, McGavin, Linton, Sundire,   Attack in droves, and everyone to defend.  IMHO.  Where are the rest of our traditional pundits ?!!  Can’t do this job on my own !!

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General Discussion / Re: Eastleigh away
« on: September 04, 2021, 12:20:08 PM »
I look forward to the possibles of Gyasi,, Rowley, Linton,  and Morias putting some of the better teams under a lot of pressure.  For today, the Dilly team is …..
Jones:   Barrows, McFadden, Bird, Denton::   Coleman, Clunan, Rowley, Sundire:   Linton, Gyasi……
Subs:  Bowry, Jones, Mcgaviin, Gold, Fernandez.  A win today should set up a decent season for all, as long as we are diligent about steering clear of Covid, with the numbers again building up.  And really, obviously that is the most important thing….

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