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Bradford Out

Postby The Bear » Sat May 07 2011, 19:31

Thrown away a 5-1 lead. Made the wrong changes and lost the game.
The manager has to take the brunt of a poor change round in events. So laid back at half time. Did he check the stats of the Ware teams second half performances ?
Get him sacked now.
Geoff you know it makes sense.
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Re: Bradford Out

Postby Shiner » Sat May 07 2011, 19:47

I concur.....He has to go.

Tactical ineptness throughout the 2nd half, bringing on the clearly not fit Chalaye, moving Sallis upfront despite his obvious nosebleed the secohnd he crossed the halfway line, not removing the 'Cat' from between the sticks when he had a 100% shot to goal ratio, leaving the Ginolaesque Hutchinson stuck out on the left wing selling teas and programmes when he was clearly the biggerst talent on show....the list goes on!!!

Surely there's a county league club more deserving of his talents out there.....

:lol: :lol: :wink:
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Re: Bradford Out

Postby gonzo » Sat May 07 2011, 20:39

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Hang on.

At HT it was all perfect. It was like watching Barcelona.. very 'Messy'.
Their only chance and subsequent goal come from the Jester getting his winkle pickers in a twist and losing the ball on the edge of his box.

Poor decision to let Gonzo convince him to take a rest, changing the formation, which lead to the downfall. I have always said there is no place for the influence of player power.. and today proved it.

I think he should get another stab at it, after all, it was worth my petrol money just to see the through the legs 'dummy' he threw that come off =D> :lol:

heres to next time :P
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Re: Bradford Out

Postby Dean Bradford » Sat May 07 2011, 20:40

Couple of mud munchers!! :lol:

I sportingly give them 2 players at half time as we were winning 5-1 and then Mitch turns out to be the SCFL 18 year old equivilent of Wayne Rooney and spanks in 2 goals against our 4-0-7 2nd half formation.

I blame Chaleye - he comes on at 5-1 and then turns it into 6-7 before redeeming himself when the equalised :wink:

If it wasn't for my turn and go "move" I dont think we would have had the motivation to get back into it anyway! I'm tefal management - nothing sticks on me!
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Re: Bradford Out

Postby slackjack » Sat May 07 2011, 23:37

I'm very oissed niw , but i garee, f++f them yoinguns and it was my fUKT, YES IVE BEEN DRINKING AND SYILL AM
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Re: Bradford Out

Postby Geoff » Sun May 08 2011, 07:21

Chalaye get off this forum now and don't come back til I let you!

Deano, in a Alan Sugar, Tottenham geezer type way... you're fired :lol:
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Re: Bradford Out

Postby Dean Bradford » Mon May 09 2011, 09:00

No chance of me standing down after all the fun I had Saturday - made me realise how much I have missed Sussex Football since moving to London! :cry:
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