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by Snowflake Royal » 05 May 2019 11:47

Hound Yeah Osho was injured in that match as well. Surprised but pleased to see Howe on the bench despite playing 120 minutes on Friday. Doubt he’ll come on though

Yep, just matchday experience will be useful for him.

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by Mid Sussex Royal » 05 May 2019 11:53

URZZZZ Bod not there either, neither mcshane

McIntyre played Friday. I think the thinking from Gomes was he didn’t need two CBs on bench and he wanted to give O’Shea a final run out


McShane is injured according to JLow, and Bod is made of glass so probably injured again...

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by Hound » 05 May 2019 11:54

No point in Bod playing today. Would have been a waste of time selecting him

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by Snowflake Royal » 05 May 2019 11:55

Any particular reason Hound?

Better than Loader or Baldock if fit.

We do want to end on a high don't we?

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by URZZZZ » 05 May 2019 11:56

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URZZZZ Bod not there either, neither mcshane

McIntyre played Friday. I think the thinking from Gomes was he didn’t need two CBs on bench and he wanted to give O’Shea a final run out

O'Shea can oxf*rd right off. McIntyre is home grown and has a future. O'Shea's done nothing for us.


Had this conversation before, I think he should be given a run out today, you don’t. Clearly Gomes agrees with me

Giving O’Shea a 10 minute run out will mean more to him than giving mcintyre a 10 minute run out. Anyway what had eza done for us? He’s played 3 games. Yet no one is moaning about him when he’s blocking academy players

Just let O’Shea have his final ever moment playing professional football. McIntyre has 20 years ahead of him. I know he’s contributed a very small amount but I think it’s the right thing to do


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by Snowflake Royal » 05 May 2019 12:05

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URZZZZ Bod not there either, neither mcshane

McIntyre played Friday. I think the thinking from Gomes was he didn’t need two CBs on bench and he wanted to give O’Shea a final run out

O'Shea can oxf*rd right off. McIntyre is home grown and has a future. O'Shea's done nothing for us.


Had this conversation before, I think he should be given a run out today, you don’t. Clearly Gomes agrees with me

Giving O’Shea a 10 minute run out will mean more to him than giving mcintyre a 10 minute run out. Anyway what had eza done for us? He’s played 3 games. Yet no one is moaning about him when he’s blocking academy players

Just let O’Shea have his final ever moment playing professional football. McIntyre has 20 years ahead of him. I know he’s contributed a very small amount but I think it’s the right thing to do

Lets see if he gets on the pitch before you get too carried away with how much you and Gomes agree.

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by Chameleon » 05 May 2019 12:35

Any streams floating around?

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by Hound » 05 May 2019 12:44

Snowflake Royal Any particular reason Hound?

Better than Loader or Baldock if fit.

We do want to end on a high don't we?


Hasn’t played in months - best bet would be to concentrate on being fit for preseason

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by Chameleon » 05 May 2019 12:47

Olise probably should have had two, getting into good positions.


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by bcubed » 05 May 2019 12:53

Chameleon Olise probably should have had two, getting into good positions.

Have you got a stream now?

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by Chameleon » 05 May 2019 13:19

bcubed
Chameleon Olise probably should have had two, getting into good positions.

Have you got a stream now?


Yeah, found one. Do you need it?

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by bcubed » 05 May 2019 13:21

Chameleon
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Chameleon Olise probably should have had two, getting into good positions.

Have you got a stream now?


Yeah, found one. Do you need it?


yes please

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by Chameleon » 05 May 2019 13:22

Utterly dominant half there. Olise has got into good positions and is very good, but clearly just needs some time to settle in and get finishing.

Barrett needs to buck his attitude up, but is also getting into good positions.

Gunter has had a great half, lots of good crosses, covered masses of ground.

Should be 2 or 3 up.


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by Snowflake Royal » 05 May 2019 13:25

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Snowflake Royal Any particular reason Hound?

Better than Loader or Baldock if fit.

We do want to end on a high don't we?


Hasn’t played in months - best bet would be to concentrate on being fit for preseason

Ok. That's sensible.

Weird game. Mostly well in control. Could have had three or four. Bit vulnerable on the break. Last 20 minutes strangely flat on and off the pitch.

Great to see Yakou join us. Oh. And Olise convinced me with that 45 minutes. Very lively and inventive. Loader very unlucky not to have scored.

Want to see Baker more involved. Hate seeing him stuck back as third CB whilst Moore and Miazga try to open up midfield. Wrong way round!

Our crossing, Gunter especially, has been a mixture of the beautiful and terrible.

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by From Despair To Where? » 05 May 2019 13:39

Leeds doing well, I see.

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by PistolPete » 05 May 2019 13:56

Could someone PM me a feed if there is a decent one? Thanks

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by Snowflake Royal » 05 May 2019 14:51

Really would have liked to go out with a win and Brum were there for the taking.

Got a pretty strong goodbye feeling from most the loanees.

Delighted Howe got his debut. Peach of a cross and what a goal that would have been!

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by windermereROYAL » 05 May 2019 15:39

Public address system in the east stand, cutting costs already? :shock:

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by Bigtimmeh » 05 May 2019 15:48

windermereROYAL Public address system in the east stand, cutting costs already? :shock:

Haha yes I thought that too..couldn't hear anything at the end! Good performance I felt didn't take our chances but it's a young team against a playoff team so thought overall positive display. On the loanees point it was nice martinez went in the standard everyone hugging him abd singing we want you to stay. ..who knows..I think we will keep a couple of them (olivera and ejaria possibly)

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by URZZZZ » 05 May 2019 15:55

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Snowflake Royal O'Shea can oxf*rd right off. McIntyre is home grown and has a future. O'Shea's done nothing for us.


Had this conversation before, I think he should be given a run out today, you don’t. Clearly Gomes agrees with me

Giving O’Shea a 10 minute run out will mean more to him than giving mcintyre a 10 minute run out. Anyway what had eza done for us? He’s played 3 games. Yet no one is moaning about him when he’s blocking academy players

Just let O’Shea have his final ever moment playing professional football. McIntyre has 20 years ahead of him. I know he’s contributed a very small amount but I think it’s the right thing to do

Lets see if he gets on the pitch before you get too carried away with how much you and Gomes agree.


Thought he’d be given a little go, just to give him a little farewell

But the guard of honour was ridiculous IMO

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