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Blackburn Rovers vs Brentford, Friday, March 12.


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2 minutes ago, RevidgeBlue said:

Obviously.

He should have psychic powers and anticipatethat Trybull is going to play an appalling pass and give the ball away before it happens........

 

Aye, the ball should have been out to Ryan.  

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Regardless of whether it was a soft penalty or not, we're lucky to only be going in one behind considering the level of performance. Fotunately Brentford haven't been able to seriously threaten us despite our inept attempts at playing football. 

I feel like a broken record as I've said this so many times this season, but even though that was a terrible half we can still come out of this match with at least a point as the overall quality of the league is poor and inconsistent teams like us are rarely punished as we would be in a higher division for playing so badly in large portions of games. 

We have the individual talent to equalise even if the performance doesn't improve a great deal. We've seen it countless times over the years, especially under the current manager. The simple fact remains, though, that even if we go on to draw or by some miracle win this one there is little hope of long-term progression as long as these fundemental flaws in our mentality and overall game remain.

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Just now, des said:

What a load of..........that was why is a singer playing center forward and two centre forwards playing as wingers. Our midfield and defence passing is let's be kind not up too standard. Things will have to change second half.  Long balls to our forwards are not working and the options for the player on the ball is very limited. Kim

Should be singer not singer 😅

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2 minutes ago, TimmyJimmy said:

How many times have I banged on about the full backs staying in defensive positions and not indulging themselves as wingers. Commentator on Sky just called this out. We need a back 4 that stays as a back 4. Nyambe out of position on the move leaving up to the 'penalty'.

The problem with that is TM refuses to play actual wingers and instead plays tall centre forwards so it's literally the only chance of getting some width.

Let's be honest, as bad as the squad can be, they could thrive with actual structure in most cases. The clown on the touchline needs to go, and until then you can forget about ever getting remotely close to promotion.

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2 minutes ago, Paul Mellelieu said:

Second best to a decent team, that hasn't created many chances though.  Changes needed if we are to get anything from this game.

Wilder for Mowbray half time special?

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6 minutes ago, SoldierMo said:

Gallagher needs to show some fight for a big lad omg he is a joke wheres the bloody aggression bloody fight for the ball in the air

With his size, he should be doing stuff like this:

 

But it tends to be the other way round, like the foul on the halfway line. 

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2 minutes ago, des said:

What a load of..........that was why is a winger playing center forward and two centre forwards playing as wingers. Our midfield and defence passing is let's be kind not up too standard. Things will have to change second half.  Long balls to our forwards are not working and the options for the player on the ball is very limited. 

 

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Just now, RevidgeBlue said:

Rubbish. If we were scared to move forward in case someone gave the ball away we'd never get out of our own half.

Then again, we haven't anyway.

Rubbish! What the hell is the basis for that non-opinion? Are you saying fullbacks can go walkabouts whenever they want? The clues in the name DEFENDER.

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8 minutes ago, jim mk2 said:

If we lose this that'll be 5 points out of 30

How many managers would survive that? 

Klopp? 🤔 

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Poor referee but Rovers look like a jigsaw puzzle with half of the pieces missing and a few pieces in the wrong places.

Why does Nyambe keep driving forward to do absolutely nothing but make us weaker in defence? Too many players not looking up for it and Dolan looks out of place today he should be on the wing with Gallagher in the middle.

Tony just stands there grobbing on the floor, eyes staring at nothing in particular, sometimes sitting.

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3 minutes ago, jim mk2 said:

Even in the worst days in the 1960s and 1970s I don't think I ever saw Rovers not have a shot on target in 45 minutes

Did your seat face the pitch? 

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