MATCHWATCH : Ipswich Town (h) sponsored by Orlando Sa

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Ipswich Town (h) sponsored by Orlando Sa

by Coppells Lost Coat » 08 Nov 2018 14:38

Snowball wrote:I think Baldock-McNulty as a pair could be very good

True we can play lumps up front, but we haven't had a PARTNERSHIP
for quite a while now - nothing remotely like, say, Long-Hunt

and they weren't exactly giants


Both were pretty decent in the air tbf.
We need some aerial threat up top, just as an option if we want to go long with out making a sub. Would be interesting to see how we could cope if we started with Barrow, McNulty Baldock and Kelly.

I like McNultys movement, and he seems to know when to drop or play off the shoulder. Think Baldock and him could form a decent understanding, just needs a run in the team.

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by Hound » 08 Nov 2018 14:45

Coppells Lost Coat wrote:
Snowball wrote:I think Baldock-McNulty as a pair could be very good

True we can play lumps up front, but we haven't had a PARTNERSHIP
for quite a while now - nothing remotely like, say, Long-Hunt

and they weren't exactly giants


Both were pretty decent in the air tbf.
We need some aerial threat up top, just as an option if we want to go long with out making a sub. Would be interesting to see how we could cope if we started with Barrow, McNulty Baldock and Kelly.

I like McNultys movement, and he seems to know when to drop or play off the shoulder. Think Baldock and him could form a decent understanding, just needs a run in the team.


still sounded to me like Meite will be patched up

Agree on the size of the team being a bit of a worry with no Meite. Walker was aiming kicks at McCleary's head ffs. Hardly known for his outstanding heading. Tbh think he was purposefully aiming for touch most of the time, obvs the Brizzle fools didn't realise that us booting the ball down a middle to their big CBs was not really in our interest

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by NewCorkSeth » 08 Nov 2018 14:57

Coppells Lost Coat wrote:
Snowball wrote:I think Baldock-McNulty as a pair could be very good

True we can play lumps up front, but we haven't had a PARTNERSHIP
for quite a while now - nothing remotely like, say, Long-Hunt

and they weren't exactly giants



I like McNultys movement, and he seems to know when to drop or play off the shoulder.

This is what I was talking about. If we could teach Meite to move like McNulty has in his brief cameos we would have one hell of a striker on our hands.

In the first half of the last game Rinomhota won a ball moved it forward and played a great pass in towards Meite but he had already turned away from the ball so a Brizzle defender just strolled out and took it.

It's a real shame we can't just put Baldocks and McNultys strengths in Meite. That would sort out a lot of problems.

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by Sutekh » 08 Nov 2018 15:37

Hound wrote:
Coppells Lost Coat wrote:
Snowball wrote:I think Baldock-McNulty as a pair could be very good

True we can play lumps up front, but we haven't had a PARTNERSHIP
for quite a while now - nothing remotely like, say, Long-Hunt

and they weren't exactly giants


Both were pretty decent in the air tbf.
We need some aerial threat up top, just as an option if we want to go long with out making a sub. Would be interesting to see how we could cope if we started with Barrow, McNulty Baldock and Kelly.

I like McNultys movement, and he seems to know when to drop or play off the shoulder. Think Baldock and him could form a decent understanding, just needs a run in the team.


still sounded to me like Meite will be patched up

Agree on the size of the team being a bit of a worry with no Meite. Walker was aiming kicks at McCleary's head ffs. Hardly known for his outstanding heading. Tbh think he was purposefully aiming for touch most of the time, obvs the Brizzle fools didn't realise that us booting the ball down a middle to their big CBs was not really in our interest


Better than aiming at Baldock I suppose. Or perhaps Walker was aiming at Baldock.....

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by NewCorkSeth » 08 Nov 2018 16:05

Sutekh wrote:
Hound wrote:
Coppells Lost Coat wrote:
Both were pretty decent in the air tbf.
We need some aerial threat up top, just as an option if we want to go long with out making a sub. Would be interesting to see how we could cope if we started with Barrow, McNulty Baldock and Kelly.

I like McNultys movement, and he seems to know when to drop or play off the shoulder. Think Baldock and him could form a decent understanding, just needs a run in the team.


still sounded to me like Meite will be patched up

Agree on the size of the team being a bit of a worry with no Meite. Walker was aiming kicks at McCleary's head ffs. Hardly known for his outstanding heading. Tbh think he was purposefully aiming for touch most of the time, obvs the Brizzle fools didn't realise that us booting the ball down a middle to their big CBs was not really in our interest


Better than aiming at Baldock I suppose. Or perhaps Walker was aiming at Baldock.....

It's Jaakkola who can't aim a kick. Walker can't catch crosses.


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by Sutekh » 08 Nov 2018 16:43

Ipswich will be without Myles Kenlock, Ellis Harrison, Jon Nolan, Tom Adeyemi and Emyr Huws but Grant Ward should be available again.

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by Kulshaw72RFC » 08 Nov 2018 17:11

NewCorkSeth wrote:
Sutekh wrote:
Hound wrote:
still sounded to me like Meite will be patched up

Agree on the size of the team being a bit of a worry with no Meite. Walker was aiming kicks at McCleary's head ffs. Hardly known for his outstanding heading. Tbh think he was purposefully aiming for touch most of the time, obvs the Brizzle fools didn't realise that us booting the ball down a middle to their big CBs was not really in our interest


Better than aiming at Baldock I suppose. Or perhaps Walker was aiming at Baldock.....

It's Jaakkola who can't aim a kick. Walker can't catch crosses.


So one keeper cannot aim his kicks, the other cannot catch crosses. Our number 1 cannot save. If our youth team keepers cannot throw then we have a full house!

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by Kulshaw72RFC » 08 Nov 2018 17:11

Sutekh wrote:Ipswich will be without Myles Kenlock, Ellis Harrison, Jon Nolan, Tom Adeyemi and Emyr Huws but Grant Ward should be available again.


That is them winning 4-0 then.

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by genome » 08 Nov 2018 17:13

Kulshaw72RFC wrote:
Sutekh wrote:Ipswich will be without Myles Kenlock, Ellis Harrison, Jon Nolan, Tom Adeyemi and Emyr Huws but Grant Ward should be available again.


That is them winning 4-0 then.


That'd never happen


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by Kulshaw72RFC » 08 Nov 2018 17:15

genome wrote:
Kulshaw72RFC wrote:
Sutekh wrote:Ipswich will be without Myles Kenlock, Ellis Harrison, Jon Nolan, Tom Adeyemi and Emyr Huws but Grant Ward should be available again.


That is them winning 4-0 then.


That'd never happen


Why?

They said that when Leicester won the league. Anything could happen.

We could get 2 men sent off in the first 5 minutes.

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by genome » 08 Nov 2018 17:16

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by Kulshaw72RFC » 08 Nov 2018 17:29

genome wrote:Image


Don't post inane and pointless gifs, which does nothing but solidify your status at top 5 worst posters.

Why won't it happen?

Do you think the Belgians thought they would beat Liverpool 2-0 the other night?

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by genome » 08 Nov 2018 17:32

Kulshaw72RFC wrote:
genome wrote:Image


Don't post inane and pointless gifs, which does nothing but solidify your status at top 5 worst posters.

Why won't it happen?

Do you think the Belgians thought they would beat Liverpool 2-0 the other night?


There's this brilliant invention called sarcasm, DD.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/43846719


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by Kulshaw72RFC » 08 Nov 2018 17:36

genome wrote:
Kulshaw72RFC wrote:
genome wrote:Image


Don't post inane and pointless gifs, which does nothing but solidify your status at top 5 worst posters.

Why won't it happen?

Do you think the Belgians thought they would beat Liverpool 2-0 the other night?


There's this brilliant invention called sarcasm, DD.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/43846719


Wasn't funny James.

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by Hendo » 08 Nov 2018 17:55

Kulshaw72RFC wrote:
genome wrote:
Kulshaw72RFC wrote:
That is them winning 4-0 then.


That'd never happen


Why?

They said that when Leicester won the league. Anything could happen.

We could get 2 men sent off in the first 5 minutes.


Why are you so sure they will be winning 4-0? They could get 2 men sent off in the first 5 minutes, anything can happen!!!!111!!!1!

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by Kulshaw72RFC » 08 Nov 2018 18:06

Hendo wrote:
Kulshaw72RFC wrote:
genome wrote:
That'd never happen


Why?

They said that when Leicester won the league. Anything could happen.

We could get 2 men sent off in the first 5 minutes.


Why are you so sure they will be winning 4-0? They could get 2 men sent off in the first 5 minutes, anything can happen!!!!111!!!1!


Good point

4-0 rfc win

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by Sutekh » 09 Nov 2018 10:23

Kulshaw72RFC wrote:
genome wrote:Image


Don't post inane and pointless gifs, which does nothing but solidify your status at top 5 worst posters.

Why won't it happen?

Do you think the Belgians thought they would beat Liverpool 2-0 the other night?


Well I got it.

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by Kulshaw72RFC » 09 Nov 2018 10:27

Sutekh wrote:
Kulshaw72RFC wrote:
genome wrote:Image


Don't post inane and pointless gifs, which does nothing but solidify your status at top 5 worst posters.

Why won't it happen?

Do you think the Belgians thought they would beat Liverpool 2-0 the other night?


Well I got it.


Of course you doorknobs would get each other.

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by Silver Fox » 09 Nov 2018 11:48

If Loader starts all I can say is about fvcking time

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by Snowflake Royal » 09 Nov 2018 13:52

NewCorkSeth wrote:
Old Man Andrews wrote:
Snowball wrote:

What has happened to McNulty? Whenever I've seen him he's looked lively
and he's a natural goal-scorer.

At other clubs they took of him "not being an athlete" (ie he looks chubby)

Some people are just that build... Franny Lee, Ken Wagstaffe.

I'm wondering whether Clement has said, "Get seven pounds off" and he can't/won't


He's looked in fairly decent shape whenever I've seen him. Thought he was lively in the first half up at WBA too, Clement just can't fancy him at all. Can see him heading out to League 1 on loan in Jan.

He just seems like he's not suited to a lone striker role. He has shown signs of being decent enough tbf.

Exactly this. He's never going to do Bod / Meite's job. He's the come short and fox in the box type, not the channel running line leading hold up guy.

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