MATCHWATCH : Fulham (a) sponsored by nothing to lose

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Fulham (a) sponsored by nothing to lose

by North Royal Lad » 10 Apr 2018 21:52

RoyalBlue wrote:
seahawk10 wrote:Bacuna off


Straight red? How many games does he miss for that? Leaving us a bit short of cover at the back again.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Fulham (a) sponsored by nothing to lose

by linkenholtroyal » 10 Apr 2018 21:53

Hound wrote:Idiotic from Bacuna but a great set of results elsewhere, could barely have gone better. 3 points at home on saturday should see us safe pretty much

+1
Only other thing to say was first half performance was pretty gd, look a much better side under clement.
Anyone else realised if we win Saturday and Bolton beat Barnsley we pretty much relegate Sunderland,

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Fulham (a) sponsored by nothing to lose

by Snowflake Royal » 10 Apr 2018 21:54

Sutekh wrote:Great night in most ways. Bacuna being the idiot this week and now misses the Sunderland game.

Burton and Sunderland now more or less gone.

19 Reading 42 - 42
20 Birmingham 42 - 40
21 Bolton 42 - 39
22 Barnsley 41 - 37
23 Sunderland 42 - 33
24 Burton 42 - 32

The Sunderland game is absolutely immense for Reading. If ever there was a MUST WIN game that is it, anything else doesn’t bear thinking about.

For Sunderland it's certainly must win. For us, we could cope with a draw or even a loss of other results go our way, although a win would be very nice indeed.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Fulham (a) sponsored by nothing to lose

by Zip » 10 Apr 2018 21:55

Despite the defeat we are a step nearer safety with a really tough game out of the way. Beat Sunderland and I reckon we will be safe.

We certainly seem more resilient but barely threatened tonight. The lack of shots under Clement is extra ordinary. Will there be any manager in history who after four games in charge will have more sending offs than shots on target?

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Fulham (a) sponsored by nothing to lose

by Ascotexgunner » 10 Apr 2018 21:56

linkenholtroyal wrote:
Hound wrote:Idiotic from Bacuna but a great set of results elsewhere, could barely have gone better. 3 points at home on saturday should see us safe pretty much

+1
Only other thing to say was first half performance was pretty gd, look a much better side under clement.
Anyone else realised if we win Saturday and Bolton beat Barnsley we pretty much relegate Sunderland,


We had better prey that the team that murdered Derby a couple of weeks back don't turn up.


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by windermereROYAL » 10 Apr 2018 21:57

Sutekh wrote:Great night in most ways. Bacuna being the idiot this week and now misses the Sunderland game.

Burton and Sunderland now more or less gone.

19 Reading 42 - 42
20 Birmingham 42 - 40
21 Bolton 42 - 39
22 Barnsley 41 - 37
23 Sunderland 42 - 33
24 Burton 42 - 32

The Sunderland game is absolutely immense for Reading. If ever there was a MUST WIN game that is it, anything else doesn’t bear thinking about.


Must win for Sunderland too. it`s last chance saloon for them.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Fulham (a) sponsored by nothing to lose

by North Royal Lad » 10 Apr 2018 21:59

Snowflake Royal wrote:
Sutekh wrote:Great night in most ways. Bacuna being the idiot this week and now misses the Sunderland game.

Burton and Sunderland now more or less gone.

19 Reading 42 - 42
20 Birmingham 42 - 40
21 Bolton 42 - 39
22 Barnsley 41 - 37
23 Sunderland 42 - 33
24 Burton 42 - 32

The Sunderland game is absolutely immense for Reading. If ever there was a MUST WIN game that is it, anything else doesn’t bear thinking about.

For Sunderland it's certainly must win. For us, we could cope with a draw or even a loss of other results go our way, although a win would be very nice indeed.
no one like i don’t care we are reading super north royal lad !

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Fulham (a) sponsored by nothing to lose

by North Royal Lad » 10 Apr 2018 22:00

windermereROYAL wrote:
Sutekh wrote:Great night in most ways. Bacuna being the idiot this week and now misses the Sunderland game.

Burton and Sunderland now more or less gone.

19 Reading 42 - 42
20 Birmingham 42 - 40
21 Bolton 42 - 39
22 Barnsley 41 - 37
23 Sunderland 42 - 33
24 Burton 42 - 32

The Sunderland game is absolutely immense for Reading. If ever there was a MUST WIN game that is it, anything else doesn’t bear thinking about.


Must win for Sunderland too. it`s last chance saloon for them.

4-0 reading it be

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by Hound » 10 Apr 2018 22:08

I think that last minute equaliser will totally knock any remaining spirit out of them

Unless they score early against us, they’ll get desperate pretty quickly. And they are just a poor side as well. Confident we’ll finish the job, but even a draw would be useful for us


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by Zip » 10 Apr 2018 22:10

Hound wrote:I think that last minute equaliser will totally knock any remaining spirit out of them

Unless they score early against us, they’ll get desperate pretty quickly. And they are just a poor side as well. Confident we’ll finish the job, but even a draw would be useful for us


I think we need the win. A draw keeps us very much involved especially if Barnsley beat Bolton.

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by Hound » 10 Apr 2018 22:14

Zip wrote:
Hound wrote:I think that last minute equaliser will totally knock any remaining spirit out of them

Unless they score early against us, they’ll get desperate pretty quickly. And they are just a poor side as well. Confident we’ll finish the job, but even a draw would be useful for us


I think we need the win. A draw keeps us very much involved especially if Barnsley beat Bolton.


We wouldn’t be safe with a draw of course, but 4 points + GD clear of Bolton with 3 left should be enough

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Fulham (a) sponsored by nothing to lose

by Rusty royal » 10 Apr 2018 22:15

From the BBC website
Fulham go second, eight points behind leaders Wolves, with a 1-0 victory over 10-man Reading. :lol:

How long were we down to 10 men :lol: :roll:

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by tidus_mi2 » 10 Apr 2018 22:18

Rusty royal wrote:From the BBC website
Fulham go second, eight points behind leaders Wolves, with a 1-0 victory over 10-man Reading. :lol:

How long were we down to 10 men :lol: :roll:

It's all clear now, Bacuna got himself sent off so the headlines would make the 1-0 loss sound more impressive.


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Re: MATCHWATCH : Fulham (a) sponsored by nothing to lose

by Rusty royal » 10 Apr 2018 22:18

Good job Ipswich have no say in the relegation battle (till the last game of the season) as Mad Mick has left the club

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Fulham (a) sponsored by nothing to lose

by Zip » 10 Apr 2018 22:19

Hound wrote:
Zip wrote:
Hound wrote:I think that last minute equaliser will totally knock any remaining spirit out of them

Unless they score early against us, they’ll get desperate pretty quickly. And they are just a poor side as well. Confident we’ll finish the job, but even a draw would be useful for us


I think we need the win. A draw keeps us very much involved especially if Barnsley beat Bolton.


We wouldn’t be safe with a draw of course, but 4 points + GD clear of Bolton with 3 left should be enough


Bolton still have to play Burton and have Forest at home. A possible six points there for them.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Fulham (a) sponsored by nothing to lose

by Sutekh » 10 Apr 2018 22:20

Zip wrote:
Hound wrote:I think that last minute equaliser will totally knock any remaining spirit out of them

Unless they score early against us, they’ll get desperate pretty quickly. And they are just a poor side as well. Confident we’ll finish the job, but even a draw would be useful for us


I think we need the win. A draw keeps us very much involved especially if Barnsley beat Bolton.


And Barnsley’s game in hand is at a Forest side who haven’t scored for 6 games, let alone won.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Fulham (a) sponsored by nothing to lose

by Zip » 10 Apr 2018 22:24

Sutekh wrote:
Zip wrote:
Hound wrote:I think that last minute equaliser will totally knock any remaining spirit out of them

Unless they score early against us, they’ll get desperate pretty quickly. And they are just a poor side as well. Confident we’ll finish the job, but even a draw would be useful for us


I think we need the win. A draw keeps us very much involved especially if Barnsley beat Bolton.


And Barnsley’s game in hand is at a Forest side who haven’t scored for 6 games, let alone won.


Yep. That five point gap is reassuring but a Barnsley win makes everything seem so much tighter. Thank God Brum have lost their momentum and Bolton are dropping like a stone.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Fulham (a) sponsored by nothing to lose

by windermereROYAL » 10 Apr 2018 22:25

Zip wrote:
Hound wrote:
Zip wrote:
I think we need the win. A draw keeps us very much involved especially if Barnsley beat Bolton.


We wouldn’t be safe with a draw of course, but 4 points + GD clear of Bolton with 3 left should be enough


Bolton still have to play Burton and have Forest at home. A possible six points there for them.


I think they will lose at Barnsley they are then home to Wolves , it`s conceivable we could only need 3 points to stay above them, their GD is shocking

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Fulham (a) sponsored by nothing to lose

by North Royal Lad » 10 Apr 2018 22:26

Rusty royal wrote:Good job Ipswich have no say in the relegation battle (till the last game of the season) as Mad Mick has left the club

Mick Mccarthy not left ipswich yet
he going in may idiot

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Fulham (a) sponsored by nothing to lose

by Rusty royal » 10 Apr 2018 22:32

Check the BBC website he went this evening!!!

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