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PNE unlucky to lose , goalie committed himself and that made it easy for the forward to go down.....Then it is up to the ref ...

West Brom ,Fulham and Leeds can see those 3 teams opening up a serious gap in the New Year ...

 

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Keeper tried to be clever. Rushed out and deliberately didn’t make the challenge. He should have taken ball and man.

Looking forward to getting back above them and being able to give a bit back.

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That Stockley is a horrible player. Arms and elbows all over Ajayi face. Thought North End were boring and predictable and West Brom never looked like scoring.  Neither team worried me. This league is so open

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Shameful cheating dive by the West Brom player, it starts well before he reaches the keeper, 

The keeper should have gone for it full on instead of trying to be clever.

The Ref was useless, no news there. Surely IT can fully replace these waste of spaces.

The Preston keeper could not have had more of a colour clash if he'd tried.

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38 minutes ago, AllRoverAsia said:

Shameful cheating dive by the West Brom player, it starts well before he reaches the keeper, 

The keeper should have gone for it full on instead of trying to be clever.

The Ref was useless, no news there. Surely IT can fully replace these waste of spaces.

The Preston keeper could not have had more of a colour clash if he'd tried.

I noticed it when they were in the tunnel. If he couldn't get something as basic as that right what chance of a big penalty call being right. 

It was really good to hear that loud bang over Weepdale last night as their bubble burst.

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I believe Preston had their entire back 4 of Fisher, Bauer, Davies and Hughes out injured, also saw that Gallagher wasnt playing and that Alan Browne was playing as an emergency right back.

Bet they wished they had VAR too.

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3 hours ago, arbitro said:

It was really good to hear that loud bang over Weepdale last night as their bubble burst.

It burst a few weeks ago.

 

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17 minutes ago, Hasta said:

It burst a few weeks ago.

 

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As we have won three games in seven days they have lost three in nine days. Prior to that two wins.

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Just now, JHRover said:

Charlton in free fall

I said at the time you need to play newly promoted teams after a month or two of the season, not first game up. Play them when they've got a few injuries, a suspension or two and the gloss of being on a promotion roll has worn off. Of course plenty of people said " You're talking rubbish Tyrone, we'll batter them ! "

Well we might batter them and Luton at home now but sadly that ship, and the 6 points,  has sailed.

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1 hour ago, Tyrone Shoelaces said:

I said at the time you need to play newly promoted teams after a month or two of the season, not first game up. Play them when they've got a few injuries, a suspension or two and the gloss of being on a promotion roll has worn off. Of course plenty of people said " You're talking rubbish Tyrone, we'll batter them ! "

Well we might batter them and Luton at home now but sadly that ship, and the 6 points,  has sailed.

Agree in general although don't think Luton have been great all season and criminal we lost whenever it was. 

Wonder if it is takeover issues that are causing problems at Charlton and their poor form? 

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Just look how few draws there have been. That's what makes it such an up and down league. 

Only 12 out of 60 have ended level.

Edited by Wegerleswiggle

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2 hours ago, Tyrone Shoelaces said:

I said at the time you need to play newly promoted teams after a month or two of the season, not first game up. Play them when they've got a few injuries, a suspension or two and the gloss of being on a promotion roll has worn off. Of course plenty of people said " You're talking rubbish Tyrone, we'll batter them ! "

Well we might batter them and Luton at home now but sadly that ship, and the 6 points,  has sailed.

Agree, remember thinking this about relegated teams too. We won a few under K**n before teams worked us out and we had players with the quality to nick a 1-0.

Also, as much as this may be true and as much we played poorly in both of those games, it should still be remembered that they were both ridiculous results. I think Charlton only had 2 shots and I remember Luton being an absolute sucker punch, even if we played well within ourselves.

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19 hours ago, JHRover said:

Promotion fever at Deepdale with 11,600 home fans on v rivals West Brom.

Wow, massive crowd what a big club!

Liverpool and Man U must have been on tv at the time. 
 

Pathetic plastic part time fans. 

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https://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/sport/18075181.booking-boost-rovers-first-suspension-amnesty-reached/

So an amnesty on yellow cards. Is this why Bennett was sidelined then - to protect him - rather than some tactical epiphany?

Another accidental success or will he go “right back” to playing his captain again...?

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Just now, Stuart said:

https://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/sport/18075181.booking-boost-rovers-first-suspension-amnesty-reached/

So an amnesty on yellow cards. Is this why Bennett was sidelined then - to protect him - rather than some tactical epiphany?

Another accidental success or will he go “right back” to playing his captain again...?

I think we should have appointed the young dynamic Phillip cocu.. hes doing so well at derby.

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Just now, Nelsonthedog said:

I think we should have appointed the young dynamic Phillip cocu.. hes doing so well at derby.

Nah. Agree he’s probably better than Bennett even now but he is still another midfielder. We need a proper right back. 

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Just now, Stuart said:

Nah. Agree he’s probably better than Bennett even now but he is still another midfielder. We need a proper right back. 

That's very good Stuart, but you know exactly what I mean.. how old is Roy hodgson? Holding his own very well in the premier League at 70 yr old.

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Just now, Nelsonthedog said:

That's very good Stuart, but you know exactly what I mean.. how old is Roy hodgson? Holding his own very well in the premier League at 70 yr old.

Not sure I do know what you mean. Do you mean Mowbray is the best manager in the championship and the current Derby manager proves that? Or are you on the wind up?

I take it you realise Mowbray is only 55 and a mediocre manager, while Hodgson has been a successful manager for the last 43 years - and counting...?!

It’s not about age, it’s about ability. Comparing Hodgson and Mowbray is a complete non-starter.

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2 minutes ago, Stuart said:

Not sure I do know what you mean. Do you mean Mowbray is the best manager in the championship and the current Derby manager proves that? Or are you on the wind up?

I take it you realise Mowbray is only 55 and a mediocre manager, while Hodgson has been a successful manager for the last 43 years - and counting...?!

It’s not about age, it’s about ability. Comparing Hodgson and Mowbray is a complete non-starter.

So you haven't called TM a dinosaur?

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The only thing I care about re Hodgson is that he was absolute rubbish for us. He had the benefit of Jack's largesse and threw it away. Directly responsible for our relegation so soon after we were Champions.

Doing a fantastic job at Palace I must admit.

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Just now, 47er said:

The only thing I care about re Hodgson is that he was absolute rubbish for us. He had the benefit of Jack's largesse and threw it away. Directly responsible for our relegation so soon after we were Champions.

Doing a fantastic job at Palace I must admit.

Did a good/decent job just about everywhere except us lol

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2 hours ago, old darwen blue said:

Wow, massive crowd what a big club!

Liverpool and Man U must have been on tv at the time. 
 

Pathetic plastic part time fans. 

Watched a replay of this game and wished I hadn't! As boring as many of ours. Loads of possession-type football ending up in cup-de-sacs.

West Brom clearly the better team but so ordinary. Losing their way Proud Preston, on a bad run.

We might over-take them at this rate!

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Just now, Nelsonthedog said:

So you haven't called TM a dinosaur?

Not that I recall. But that description would be nothing to do with his age but rather his old school methods.

Choose your next post carefully...

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