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Exiled in Toronto last won the day on November 5 2009

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  1. Exiled in Toronto

    Ep 133 - The Man In The Middle

    Blimey @arbitro, no more recent pic than that? 👴
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    Millwall Away

    Dreadful mid-table fare. Their 5 in midfield outflanking our 3, not loving how much space Romeo is getting... Samuel hopeless in every possession, Graham no apparent threat and a midfield with no ideas
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    Millwall Away

    Help set up a goal three days ago?
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    Tony Mowbray Discussion

    While I think his time is up due to his non-firing star strikers, it is noticeable oh here that issues labelled as clearly due to his incompetence never gets a favourable mention when they go away. I was struck by Sharp’s observation that we are only one of two teams to not let in any goals at all throughout the season after the 85th minute, whereas last season, when we constantly let in late goals, it was entirely due to a rubbish fitness regime and tactical incompetence. This seasons bête noir of giving away early leads I suspect will turn out to be mainly due to having a shite keeper than anything else.
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    West Brom at home

    First off I thought they had a lot of players substantially better than ours, but for Walton making half a dozen good saves they’d have been out of sight. Fair do’s to Mowbray for taking Nyambe off, he offered nothing going forward and was getting skinned by their winger - at least Bennett played forward balls, contributing to our goal. Disappointed Davenport missed but he’d just sprinted 60 yards and put a hard shot on target, it’s not like he scuffed it or didn’t control it like our forwards are prone to do. I was impressed with him - looking forward to him and Savage Mk II being the centre mids next season. Holtby should’ve buried both his chances but made two bad decisions. Good point against the best team in the division, shame it wasn’t 3.
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    West Brom at home

    He did indeed. He also said Brereton will be a top player, that Travis has learned a lot off Richie Smallwood and that Nyambe isn’t interested in joining shooting practices after training. Walton kept us in it with some sharp saves and I expected Danny to do better with our keg chance.
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    The Ryan Nyambe Appreciation Thread

    Marauding but with no goals and one assist in a 100+ start career!
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    Cardiff away

    He must not have seen him, he clearly had no idea Armstrong was legging it into the space.
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    Cardiff away

    Respectfully disagree. Armstrong put in a 10-15 yard anticipatory run before the bloke had even decided where he was going to pass it. A classic example of “run to where the ball is going to be, not to where it is.” Also surprised so many think Graham played his normal game, which is farthest man forward borderline fouling the CH to lay off a long high ball. Particularly in the first half, he was coming short into the gap between midfield and defence, getting ball to feet, turning and passing. And very effective it was too, I thought.
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    Cardiff away

    Several times he had an easy first time crossing opportunity and then passed back every time, so annoying.
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    Cardiff away

    Really enjoyed that second half - love a come from behind 3-2 win and what a goal to win it. For all the thousands of pages of comments on here about Brereton and Gallagher, Dack and Armstrong might end up fetching double what those two dollopers cost. Not getting the Nyambe goodwill tonight, I thought he was pants going forward all night
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    Cardiff away

    Close inspection of the second goal reveals Danny Graham tracking the fullback - great formation Tony - and the scorer clearly offside.
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    Cardiff away

    Rovers trudged out like a hungover pub team with a 9am kickoff at Sett End, Cardiff came out like a team of professionals. Nyambe back to his ineffectual self with miss of the season, a complete unwillingness to cross with his right and zero ability in his left. Walton is now a guaranteed goal start and this sideways possession style guarantees supporter apathy. On the plus side, Rankin-Costello more than ready to be a starter.
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    Mowbray: Stay or Go - A Poll

    As a matter of interest, how many of Steve Kean, Henning Berg, Mike Appleton, Gary Bowyer, Paul Lambert, Owen Coyle and Tony Mowbray were on anyone’s list of desirable managers for a club with Premiership ambitions at the time they were appointed? Who is available now is clearly irrelevant to whoever picks our managers.
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    Mowbray: Stay or Go - A Poll

    How many ‘Mowbray: Stay or Go’ polls is it now? How many names a normal club with a normal Board and a normal desire to progress would want to hire have been punted? It’d be a lot simpler just to change the date on one of the old polls.

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