MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by higher » 14 Jan 2020 21:24

TOON ILL urzzzz :D

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by Stranded » 14 Jan 2020 21:24

Looks like Boye has hit the bar, Richards the post whilst Walker has made a decent save at the other end.

And we scored a 2nd as a typed this.
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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by Old Man Andrews » 14 Jan 2020 21:25

YES!!! Bowen gets it spot on again, Midas touch.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by ROWY » 14 Jan 2020 21:27

Same team for Millwall ?

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by Barney » 14 Jan 2020 21:27

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Old Man Andrews Bowen has made a terrible mistake.
yet so far, so good eh?

Would be 0-4 had Bowen gone with a full strength side.


Very very odd thing to say. Getting through each round of the cup is binary. Through or not. Goal difference doesn't count.

If Bowen has picked a team good enough to get through...whatever the score....then that is job done.

Really really odd and whacky comment by you.


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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by Hound » 14 Jan 2020 21:27

Looks like a nice comfortable win all in all and a decent run out for the squad players

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by Needle » 14 Jan 2020 21:28

Old Man Andrews Bowen has made a terrible mistake.


Yep.

The 4th round could distract from the league campaign

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by John Madejski's Wallet » 14 Jan 2020 21:28

Job done. Happy with this

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by Old Man Andrews » 14 Jan 2020 21:29

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Old Man Andrews Bowen has made a terrible mistake.


Yep.

The 4th round could distract from the league campaign

There is no league campaign, we aren't a top 6 side. A cup run is our excitement this season.


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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by sandman » 14 Jan 2020 21:30

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AthleticoSpizz yet so far, so good eh?

Would be 0-4 had Bowen gone with a full strength side.


Very very odd thing to say. Getting through each round of the cup is binary. Through or not. Goal difference doesn't count.

If Bowen has picked a team good enough to get through...whatever the score....then that is job done.

Really really odd and whacky comment by you.


Don't pay attention to the little weirdo.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by Snowflake Royal » 14 Jan 2020 21:30

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Bigtimmeh Yeah they just did. It was ok..

Yeah, good cross, poor attempted block / clearance and a pounce. Can't say it changes my mind about Boye much.

He could score 5 goals a game and miserable bastards like you would still hate him. He is perfectly fine for us, gets a raw deal for no reason.

Bore off.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by West Stand Man » 14 Jan 2020 21:31

I sense a few plates of Humble Pie being passed around the people who started slagging this team off earlier in the thread!

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by Old Man Andrews » 14 Jan 2020 21:32

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Old Man Andrews Would be 0-4 had Bowen gone with a full strength side.


Very very odd thing to say. Getting through each round of the cup is binary. Through or not. Goal difference doesn't count.

If Bowen has picked a team good enough to get through...whatever the score....then that is job done.

Really really odd and whacky comment by you.


Don't pay attention to the little weirdo.

It would have been about 0-4 with a full strength team based upon the scoreline with our reserves.

You're not very bright.


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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by Chameleon » 14 Jan 2020 21:33

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Old Man Andrews Bowen has made a terrible mistake.


Yep.

The 4th round could distract from the league campaign

There is no league campaign, we aren't a top 6 side. A cup run is our excitement this season.


Quality wise we're top 6 in every aspect bar forwards, there's a reason why only 4 sides have conceded fewer goals than us this year. With the carnage that 3rd-13th is we're certainly in for a good challenge providing that our average PPG with Bowen doesn't dip too far.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by Old Man Andrews » 14 Jan 2020 21:33

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Snowflake Royal Yeah, good cross, poor attempted block / clearance and a pounce. Can't say it changes my mind about Boye much.

He could score 5 goals a game and miserable bastards like you would still hate him. He is perfectly fine for us, gets a raw deal for no reason.

Bore off.

Stop slagging off our players then, especially when they have won us a game.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by Snowflake Royal » 14 Jan 2020 21:33

John Madejski's Wallet Job done. Happy with this

Yep. Great experience for Olise, Richards, Loader, Burley, Dorsett, McIntyre and Howe.

Shame Aluko got more minutes in a Reading shirt. Game over and East, House or Medford-Smith could have got a nice run out.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by Barney » 14 Jan 2020 21:34

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Old Man Andrews Would be 0-4 had Bowen gone with a full strength side.


Very very odd thing to say. Getting through each round of the cup is binary. Through or not. Goal difference doesn't count.

If Bowen has picked a team good enough to get through...whatever the score....then that is job done.

Really really odd and whacky comment by you.


Don't pay attention to the little weirdo.


My mistake Sandman. Hands up. Sometimes he just gets the better of me.

As am aside, this'll be 9 league and cup games unbeaten. Hats off Mr Bowen. Am looking forward to a very interesting
remaining few months of the season.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by Sutekh » 14 Jan 2020 21:35

FT 2-0

How good are Reading’s youngsters then? Stepped up well against a reasonably decent third division team. Should really help with their development and confidence.

No doubt a very similar team for the 4th round tie. Really do hope it’s Carlisle and we don’t get 2 weekends v Cardiff.

Bristol City game now postponed. Reckon will just be put back to the following Tuesday (28th) though.

Carlisle v Cardiff scheduled for tomorrow.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by Tails » 14 Jan 2020 21:36

Well judged Bowen, no point winning 4-0 away from home in the cup. Players have been fairly well rested, others have had a chance to get some form of match sharpness, or more match experience.

Goes to show even some of us armchair (at least for tonight) fans don’t really know what we’re on about.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by leon » 14 Jan 2020 21:37

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Barb oxf*rd horrific up here.

In your head?


Some of us venture further than Putney for our away games Leon.

I don’t go to that middle class shithole

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