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Excellent result , from a poor performance against Fulham, an ok one against hull, that’s a very good performance so we have been getting better as the weeks went on, if we beat Brentford I may just start to believe.....

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25 minutes ago, Mr. E said:

Looked solid for this win, this was what an improved and healthy defense does. Walton a couple of truly great saves, we need to keep him, he is getting better.

And lets face it - we are a better attacking team without Gallagher in the side. Some things are a blessing in disguise. Whenever he gets fit again, he should not be starting, at least not for the rest of the season.

Gallagher getting injured is a blessing as if he's fit he plays. 

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9 minutes ago, Bbrovers2288 said:

Excellent result , from a poor performance against Fulham, an ok one against hull, that’s a very good performance so we have been getting better as the weeks went on, if we beat Brentford I may just start to believe.....

Surely we can't beat Brentford can we?! If we do win there then it'll be the first time this season I'll genuinely believe we can finish in the top 6. 

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3 minutes ago, CrouchingNunhiddenCucumber said:

Gallagher getting injured is a blessing as if he's fit he plays. 

I hate when fans say stuff like this 

We won plenty of games with him playing. It's never "a blessing" when one of your own players gets injured! 

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1 minute ago, Bigdoggsteel said:

I hate when fans say stuff like this 

We won plenty of games with him playing. It's never "a blessing" when one of your own players gets injured! 

Gallagher being in this side plugging up and down the wing would make us worse, make no mistake. Sounds harsh but its a very valid point IMO.

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9 minutes ago, CrouchingNunhiddenCucumber said:

Surely we can't beat Brentford can we?! If we do win there then it'll be the first time this season I'll genuinely believe we can finish in the top 6. 

With two home games to follow against average teams.... i really dont mean to put a downer on things because I'm ecstatic tonight but we know what happened the last time we started to believe, six without a win!

 

Edited by MarkBRFC

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1 minute ago, BankEnd Rover said:

Samuel has to be ahead of Gallagher!

Which is ridiculous considering the gap in fee and wage between the two. 

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Great win. Only 3 points to 6th. Another clean sheet. 11 clean sheets this season.

We are finding a way to win even without Dack, Graham, Rothwell and Holtby. 

Mowbray and players deserve huge credit today and the season so far. 

Tony Mowbray's Blue and White Army :brfc:

 

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10 minutes ago, roversfan99 said:

Gallagher being in this side plugging up and down the wing would make us worse, make no mistake. Sounds harsh but its a very valid point IMO.

Let's focus on the players who played and their performance. Not ppl who didn't take part

Why even mention Gallagher? IMO, you are obsess with constantly digging at Gallagher even he not part of the squad

Edited by chaddyrovers

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7 minutes ago, Bigdoggsteel said:

I hate when fans say stuff like this 

We won plenty of games with him playing. It's never "a blessing" when one of your own players gets injured! 

Stop being so sensitive. Gallagher has contributed very little this season, mostly as he's constantly played out of position. Him being injured has forced Tony's hand in playing players who are much more suited to that role there. If that means we now get in the play offs then i couldn't give a flying fuck about offending you or anyone else in saying his injury is a blessing. 

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Just now, chaddyrovers said:

Let's focus on the players who played and their performance. Not ppl who didn't take part

Come on chadders its totally valid to compare.

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28 minutes ago, darrenrover said:

You're right but it's nailed on that Tony will set our stall out to try not to lose.

Anyway, let's not worry about next week and enjoy today's brilliant showing.

I'd say that's what he has to do. It's the back 4 and travis/Johnson digging in. Working hard. Keeping it simple that's allowing us to progress forward with confidence. 

 

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Just now, joey_big_nose said:

Come on chadders its totally valid to compare.

Why? Let's talk about the players who performed today not players not taking part. People love to compare but the reality is we have no idea what would have happen if Gallagher had started. 

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Just now, joey_big_nose said:

Come on chadders its totally valid to compare.

I can also see hos point why focus on someone who did not play to use as a negative when the players on the park did the job.

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Just now, chaddyrovers said:

Why? Let's talk about the players who performed today not players not taking part. People love to compare but the reality is we have no idea what would have happen if Gallagher had started. 

Jesus wept 

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While criticism of individual players for their performance in specific games is valid. The generic criticism of a player seems harsh . We are on 50 points with Gallagher playing the majority of those. Samuel plays one and its better and that is the answer. 

While it may or not be correct Samuels performance shouldn’t be a stick to beat another player for. Gallagher players in Mowbray selected position for him not to long ago that was Armstrong’s. 

Maybe sometimes the team is more important than the individual.

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Just now, Boroblue said:

While criticism of individual players for their performance in specific games is valid. The generic criticism of a player seems harsh . We are on 50 points with Gallagher playing the majority of those. Samuel plays one and its better and that is the answer. 

While it may or not be correct Samuels performance shouldn’t be a stick to beat another player for. Gallagher players in Mowbray selected position for him not to long ago that was Armstrong’s. 

Maybe sometimes the team is more important than the individual.

His injury has forced Tony to play players that are more suited to that role there. Its not a criticism of the player. 

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15 minutes ago, MarkBRFC said:

With two home games to follow against average teams.... i really dont mean to put a downer on things because I'm ecstatic tonight but we know what happened the last time we started to believe, six without a win!

 

Beware the ides of Wigan

Edited by jim mk2

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Rothwell, JRC and Gallagher hopefully fit for Brentford. I'd be happy with a point. As much as I want the win, going to Brentford and not getting beaten, has to be the plan. We cannot go gung ho.

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15 minutes ago, CrouchingNunhiddenCucumber said:

Stop being so sensitive. Gallagher has contributed very little this season, mostly as he's constantly played out of position. Him being injured has forced Tony's hand in playing players who are much more suited to that role there. If that means we now get in the play offs then i couldn't give a flying fuck about offending you or anyone else in saying his injury is a blessing. 

You didn't offend me,I just think you sound like a dick saying things like that. 

It's a stupid angle to take on a positive result. 

Edited by Bigdoggsteel

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