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Farsley at home
« on: March 07, 2023, 02:05:16 PM »
Big three points gained at the weekend with the winner coming after we had been pegged back from a two goal cushion and a chance to build on that tonight against a team in the bottom four.  I know there are some who wouldn't agree (including one who doesn't attend but seems to know our best lineup) but I would like to see us go back to 3-5-1-1 tonight as I think it gives us our best chance of creating chances rather than hoping chances will come.  Still not sure Denton was fit at the weekend, I don't think we see the best of Barrett on cold Tuesday evenings when there isn't likely to be much of a crowd and if Jones (A) is still unavailable I would go with:

         Crowther, Coulson, McFadden
COC, Clunan, Widdrington, Hughes, Jones
            Cosgrave (or Ponticelli)


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Re: Farsley at home
« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2023, 02:39:20 PM »
I would feel you can be sure Widdrington will be back in the starting 11.  I would certainly start with Gold.  Just a case of who plays the no 10 role. Spoilt for choice
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« Reply #2 on: March 07, 2023, 03:45:42 PM »
Tony M I like your team. Cosgrave is a must ,he is always a goal threat, and has pace to burn, come on last Saturday and set up the winner. Another player who looks class is Tommy Hughes, very good at spreading the play. Flyde at Buxton tonight. The Bucks unbeaten in the last 8 games.....dont we know it?  They owe us something for the dark arts they dished up at Lynn last week. 


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