Perrett's Verdict: Cherries 3 Crewe 1

HAT-TRICK HERO: Brett Pitman celebrates with Josh McQuoid on Saturday

HAT-TRICK HERO: Brett Pitman celebrates with Josh McQuoid on Saturday

First published in Sport Bournemouth Echo: Photograph of the Author by

HOW times have changed.

Cherries’ memorable promotion from League Two under Eddie Howe in 2010 was achieved against a backdrop of financial turmoil and an ongoing transfer embargo.

As a consequence, Howe was often unable to name a full quota of substitutes with assistant Jason Tindall coming out of retirement to make up the numbers.

There was the game at Rotherham where 75-year-old kit man Mike Dowding was close to being registered at the 11th hour after Cherries had been refused permission to sign Mustapha Dumbuya on loan.

And at Shrewsbury, 16-year-old schoolboy Jayden Stockley arrived midway through the first half after answering a last-minute SOS call, with his shirt having no name or number.

Fast forward three years and the strength of Cherries’ bench could, ultimately, prove to be their trump card as they look to continue their climb through the leagues and secure a place in the second flight for only the second time in their history.

It was testament to Howe’s man-management during his first spell in charge that he could engender such a strong team spirit and work ethic. Often, players were guaranteed their places due to a dearth of bodies and competition was thin on the ground.

Fast forward three years and it is a very different story, one which has been highlighted in Cherries’ past three games.

At Walsall, a couple of indifferent showings had led to Josh McQuoid being relegated to the bench. The frontman has experienced fluctuating fortunes since his return in the summer, struggling initially under Paul Groves and then enjoying a purple patch immediately after Howe’s appointment.

McQuoid’s response to being left out against the Saddlers was to play a blinder at Hartlepool after being restored to the starting line-up. He opened the scoring and was instrumental in Cherries’ best display for many a year.

Keeping his place on merit, his excellent form continued against Crewe with McQuoid’s industry and altruism making him Cherries’ stand-out performer, even if the sponsors and text voters took the easy option when choosing their man of the match.

The recipient of both awards was Brett Pitman, another player who responded in style after recently losing his place. Dropped for the midweek trip to Hartlepool for tactical reasons, he plundered a hat-trick against the Railwaymen, his treble including two penalties.

With Crewe boasting in their 18-man squad no fewer than 11 products of their much-vaunted academy, it was perhaps ironic that two members of the Cherries youth ranks should play such decisive roles in undoing the visitors.

Another player to have flourished since recovering from a minor bout of bench sores is midfielder Eunan O’Kane. Having started Howe’s first nine games as a substitute, the Irishman has since been ever present, ensuring the January player-of-the-month award will be a foregone conclusion.

Never one to shy away from difficult decisions, the current form of all of his players will have left Howe with an intriguing selection dilemma ahead of Cherries’ trip to MK Dons. It will, however, be a far cry from three years ago when the coach driver would have probably entered the equation.

Howe made no bones about Cherries’ below-par first-half showing against Crewe, saying they had been “too slow, too laboured and taken too long on the ball”.

He admitted he had been relieved to reach the interval leading thanks to Pitman’s eighth-minute penalty, awarded – much to the chagrin of Crewe boss Steve Davis – after Marc Pugh had been fouled by Adam Dugdale.

Davis will have known a trip on Pugh by Luke Murphy just three minutes later was a much clearer penalty and will be aware that these things even themselves out, even if referee Iain Williamson appeared to bottle the second decision.

Arguably the best team to visit Dean Court this season in terms of build-up play between the two 18-yard boxes, Crewe were also one of the least potent in front of goal.

Cherries should have doubled their lead on the stroke of half-time when Lewis Grabban found the side netting after rounding Crewe goalkeeper Steve Phillips, whose opposite number Shwan Jalal could have been excused for putting up a shooting stick in the opening period.

A vastly-improved second-half display from Cherries saw them add a second through Pitman on 67 minutes, the poacher’s strike owing much to the work of McQuoid who provided the assist after Phillips could only parry Harry Arter’s low shot.

The goal came after Pitman had seen a hat-trick of chances go beg ging, two efforts ballooned wide and a third clutched by Phillips after the striker had met with a header McQuoid’s teasing cross.

Arter then proceeded to miss an open goal after Phillips had pushed a Simon Francis centre on to his forehead before Ryan Colclough poked home from close range to threaten a comeback.

However, any designs on upsetting the applecart were firmly put to bed when Pitman netted a second penalty, with Crewe boss Davis again claiming Abdul Osman had been wrongly judged to have felled Wes Fogden.

Match facts and Echo merit marks

Cherries: Jalal 7, Francis 7, Cook 8, Elphick 7.5, Seaborne 7.5, McQuoid 8.5 (Fogden, 80), Arter 7, O’Kane 7, Pugh 7.5, Pitman 7.5 (Hughes, 83), Grabban 8 (Tubbs, 88).

Unused subs: McDermott, Partington, Fletcher, Allsop (g/k).

Crewe: Phillips, Davis, Dugdale, Guthrie, Mellor, Inman (Colclough, 63), Murphy, Osman, Moore, Pogba, Clayton (Leitch-Smith, 63).

Unused subs: Ellis, Turton, Ray, West, Garratt (g/k).

Attendance: 8,628.

Referee: Iain Williamson (Thatcham).

Echo star man - Josh McQuoid

Buoyed by his impressive display during the midweek win at Hartlepool, McQuoid followed up with another performance full of energy and endeavour.

Operating on the right wing, McQuoid supplied a number of probing crosses and was a constant threat as Cherries asserted during the second half.

He was also mindful of his defensive duties as Crewe enjoyed the better of the first half, with Tommy Elphick and Steve Cook both starring at the back for Cherries.

McQuoid’s tenacity led to him teeing up Brett Pitman for Cherries’ second goal, his efforts capping his best display since he returned to the club in the summer.

 

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7:57pm Sun 27 Jan 13

nonnogeppetto says...

Neil the above verdict proves that you watched the same game as I did!

At one point I thought we would rue the missed chance by Grabban and later by Pitman alas my worry was unfounded!

Both team played some excellent football however we were far better at controlling their attack. UTCIAD
Neil the above verdict proves that you watched the same game as I did! At one point I thought we would rue the missed chance by Grabban and later by Pitman alas my worry was unfounded! Both team played some excellent football however we were far better at controlling their attack. UTCIAD nonnogeppetto
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9:06pm Sun 27 Jan 13

jakeysredd says...

Thought it was a great game on saturday, could have been more if Brett had his shooting boots on, and Grabs had passed instead of shooting again from a tight angle, still six points last week and MK up next another big game, hope the niggling injuries can be cleared up in the week ahead, Hope as many can travel to MK as they did to Wigan in the cup
Thought it was a great game on saturday, could have been more if Brett had his shooting boots on, and Grabs had passed instead of shooting again from a tight angle, still six points last week and MK up next another big game, hope the niggling injuries can be cleared up in the week ahead, Hope as many can travel to MK as they did to Wigan in the cup jakeysredd
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9:19pm Sun 27 Jan 13

Ashleyafcb says...

jakeysredd wrote:
Thought it was a great game on saturday, could have been more if Brett had his shooting boots on, and Grabs had passed instead of shooting again from a tight angle, still six points last week and MK up next another big game, hope the niggling injuries can be cleared up in the week ahead, Hope as many can travel to MK as they did to Wigan in the cup
7 goals in 9 has better boots than thomas demouge if he plays that bad and scores im a happy fan !!!
[quote][p][bold]jakeysredd[/bold] wrote: Thought it was a great game on saturday, could have been more if Brett had his shooting boots on, and Grabs had passed instead of shooting again from a tight angle, still six points last week and MK up next another big game, hope the niggling injuries can be cleared up in the week ahead, Hope as many can travel to MK as they did to Wigan in the cup[/p][/quote]7 goals in 9 has better boots than thomas demouge if he plays that bad and scores im a happy fan !!! Ashleyafcb
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9:22pm Sun 27 Jan 13

snake hips says...

Mcquiod was poor 1st half, fantastic 2nd.. Wish the pitman hater in the north stand at the back would shut his gob.
Mcquiod was poor 1st half, fantastic 2nd.. Wish the pitman hater in the north stand at the back would shut his gob. snake hips
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9:33pm Sun 27 Jan 13

abc100 says...

snake hips wrote:
Mcquiod was poor 1st half, fantastic 2nd.. Wish the pitman hater in the north stand at the back would shut his gob.
Know what you mean and who it is, he is an idiot that also loves to shout out " break his legs" at least twice a game, he moans when we pass it about and says " get it up there " then when we go a bit more direct its " keep it on the floor" even his cronies around him look at him as if to say what the heck are you going on about
[quote][p][bold]snake hips[/bold] wrote: Mcquiod was poor 1st half, fantastic 2nd.. Wish the pitman hater in the north stand at the back would shut his gob.[/p][/quote]Know what you mean and who it is, he is an idiot that also loves to shout out " break his legs" at least twice a game, he moans when we pass it about and says " get it up there " then when we go a bit more direct its " keep it on the floor" even his cronies around him look at him as if to say what the heck are you going on about abc100
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9:37pm Sun 27 Jan 13

Court Side says...

More ungracious comments in the national media from the Crewe manager questioning the 2 given penalties,both nailed on in my opinion,while forgetting to mention the other stone waller on Pughey that the ref bottled.Must have been reading The Ronnie Moore Book of Bad Losing.
To be fair i thought Crewe were better with the ball then half the top teams that have come down here this season but as soon as we clicked up a gear in the second half there was only going to be one winner.
More ungracious comments in the national media from the Crewe manager questioning the 2 given penalties,both nailed on in my opinion,while forgetting to mention the other stone waller on Pughey that the ref bottled.Must have been reading The Ronnie Moore Book of Bad Losing. To be fair i thought Crewe were better with the ball then half the top teams that have come down here this season but as soon as we clicked up a gear in the second half there was only going to be one winner. Court Side
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10:22pm Sun 27 Jan 13

afcdibby says...

Pitman walked off with the match ball. That deserves more than 7.5.
Pitman walked off with the match ball. That deserves more than 7.5. afcdibby
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10:26pm Sun 27 Jan 13

jakeysredd says...

Ashleyafcb wrote:
jakeysredd wrote:
Thought it was a great game on saturday, could have been more if Brett had his shooting boots on, and Grabs had passed instead of shooting again from a tight angle, still six points last week and MK up next another big game, hope the niggling injuries can be cleared up in the week ahead, Hope as many can travel to MK as they did to Wigan in the cup
7 goals in 9 has better boots than thomas demouge if he plays that bad and scores im a happy fan !!!
Didnt know we had a Thomas Demauge thought we had a FRONK Demauge
[quote][p][bold]Ashleyafcb[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jakeysredd[/bold] wrote: Thought it was a great game on saturday, could have been more if Brett had his shooting boots on, and Grabs had passed instead of shooting again from a tight angle, still six points last week and MK up next another big game, hope the niggling injuries can be cleared up in the week ahead, Hope as many can travel to MK as they did to Wigan in the cup[/p][/quote]7 goals in 9 has better boots than thomas demouge if he plays that bad and scores im a happy fan !!![/p][/quote]Didnt know we had a Thomas Demauge thought we had a FRONK Demauge jakeysredd
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10:31pm Sun 27 Jan 13

Ashleyafcb says...

jakeysredd wrote:
Ashleyafcb wrote:
jakeysredd wrote:
Thought it was a great game on saturday, could have been more if Brett had his shooting boots on, and Grabs had passed instead of shooting again from a tight angle, still six points last week and MK up next another big game, hope the niggling injuries can be cleared up in the week ahead, Hope as many can travel to MK as they did to Wigan in the cup
7 goals in 9 has better boots than thomas demouge if he plays that bad and scores im a happy fan !!!
Didnt know we had a Thomas Demauge thought we had a FRONK Demauge
Perdantic swine !!!! Mr loves wes thomas
[quote][p][bold]jakeysredd[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ashleyafcb[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jakeysredd[/bold] wrote: Thought it was a great game on saturday, could have been more if Brett had his shooting boots on, and Grabs had passed instead of shooting again from a tight angle, still six points last week and MK up next another big game, hope the niggling injuries can be cleared up in the week ahead, Hope as many can travel to MK as they did to Wigan in the cup[/p][/quote]7 goals in 9 has better boots than thomas demouge if he plays that bad and scores im a happy fan !!![/p][/quote]Didnt know we had a Thomas Demauge thought we had a FRONK Demauge[/p][/quote]Perdantic swine !!!! Mr loves wes thomas Ashleyafcb
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10:33pm Sun 27 Jan 13

jakeysredd says...

Court Side wrote:
More ungracious comments in the national media from the Crewe manager questioning the 2 given penalties,both nailed on in my opinion,while forgetting to mention the other stone waller on Pughey that the ref bottled.Must have been reading The Ronnie Moore Book of Bad Losing.
To be fair i thought Crewe were better with the ball then half the top teams that have come down here this season but as soon as we clicked up a gear in the second half there was only going to be one winner.
Yes spot on, thought that was the best refereeing ive seen for ages at home, not just he gave the penalties but kept the game flowing. How the Crewe manager can moan about them is a strange one, Could see from my seat both were clear trips, Ronnie Moore book of bad losing, brilliant,
[quote][p][bold]Court Side[/bold] wrote: More ungracious comments in the national media from the Crewe manager questioning the 2 given penalties,both nailed on in my opinion,while forgetting to mention the other stone waller on Pughey that the ref bottled.Must have been reading The Ronnie Moore Book of Bad Losing. To be fair i thought Crewe were better with the ball then half the top teams that have come down here this season but as soon as we clicked up a gear in the second half there was only going to be one winner.[/p][/quote]Yes spot on, thought that was the best refereeing ive seen for ages at home, not just he gave the penalties but kept the game flowing. How the Crewe manager can moan about them is a strange one, Could see from my seat both were clear trips, Ronnie Moore book of bad losing, brilliant, jakeysredd
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7:17am Mon 28 Jan 13

abc100 says...

jakeysredd wrote:
Court Side wrote:
More ungracious comments in the national media from the Crewe manager questioning the 2 given penalties,both nailed on in my opinion,while forgetting to mention the other stone waller on Pughey that the ref bottled.Must have been reading The Ronnie Moore Book of Bad Losing.
To be fair i thought Crewe were better with the ball then half the top teams that have come down here this season but as soon as we clicked up a gear in the second half there was only going to be one winner.
Yes spot on, thought that was the best refereeing ive seen for ages at home, not just he gave the penalties but kept the game flowing. How the Crewe manager can moan about them is a strange one, Could see from my seat both were clear trips, Ronnie Moore book of bad losing, brilliant,
The first one was definatly a pen and the one just after in Pugh looked a definate one, don't think the one given to foggie was though, it was right in front of me and I think he over ran it then decided to go over
[quote][p][bold]jakeysredd[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Court Side[/bold] wrote: More ungracious comments in the national media from the Crewe manager questioning the 2 given penalties,both nailed on in my opinion,while forgetting to mention the other stone waller on Pughey that the ref bottled.Must have been reading The Ronnie Moore Book of Bad Losing. To be fair i thought Crewe were better with the ball then half the top teams that have come down here this season but as soon as we clicked up a gear in the second half there was only going to be one winner.[/p][/quote]Yes spot on, thought that was the best refereeing ive seen for ages at home, not just he gave the penalties but kept the game flowing. How the Crewe manager can moan about them is a strange one, Could see from my seat both were clear trips, Ronnie Moore book of bad losing, brilliant,[/p][/quote]The first one was definatly a pen and the one just after in Pugh looked a definate one, don't think the one given to foggie was though, it was right in front of me and I think he over ran it then decided to go over abc100
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7:43am Mon 28 Jan 13

Wilkie says...

afcdiddy, he scored one out of four or five half chances in open play. Does that warrant more than 7.5?
afcdiddy, he scored one out of four or five half chances in open play. Does that warrant more than 7.5? Wilkie
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8:08am Mon 28 Jan 13

charlie2004 says...

Can tickets be bought at the MK ground on Saturday?
Can tickets be bought at the MK ground on Saturday? charlie2004
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9:02am Mon 28 Jan 13

SUFFERINGBJ says...

Very frustrating first half, to be fair to Crewe , they started well, and we never got out the starting blocks in the 1st half, and we certinly missed Charlie Danials, linking up with Pugh.We had some very sloppy passing at times.I thought Josh Mcquoid was our best player.
Not one of our best days........But 3 points is 3 points!
Very frustrating first half, to be fair to Crewe , they started well, and we never got out the starting blocks in the 1st half, and we certinly missed Charlie Danials, linking up with Pugh.We had some very sloppy passing at times.I thought Josh Mcquoid was our best player. Not one of our best days........But 3 points is 3 points! SUFFERINGBJ
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10:57am Mon 28 Jan 13

Afcbpete says...

Wilkie wrote:
afcdiddy, he scored one out of four or five half chances in open play. Does that warrant more than 7.5?
Have to say Wilkie I totally agree with you. I don't see that Davis has much to moan about, forget who it was 2nd half was wrestled to the floor on the edge of the box, a free kick there could of meant another goal. As for Brett, take those 2 pens out of the equation, his misses and those of others ofcause, could of proved costly. So yes, spot on verdict Mr Perrett and 7.5 was a fair reflection. Brett has scored well since his return, but he hasn't scored anything like the sensational, quality goals of a few years ago, and that's not a snipe at him, all I'm saying is, there is more to come. Josh and Eunan were outstanding in the 2nd half, some how we need to try and do it in 2 halves not one, as Eddie said, we were lucky to go in half time one up, a team like Franchise may be a harder nut to crack. That said, I don't see that we should fear anyone in this league, it depends which AFCB turns up first half :) UTCIAD
[quote][p][bold]Wilkie[/bold] wrote: afcdiddy, he scored one out of four or five half chances in open play. Does that warrant more than 7.5?[/p][/quote]Have to say Wilkie I totally agree with you. I don't see that Davis has much to moan about, forget who it was 2nd half was wrestled to the floor on the edge of the box, a free kick there could of meant another goal. As for Brett, take those 2 pens out of the equation, his misses and those of others ofcause, could of proved costly. So yes, spot on verdict Mr Perrett and 7.5 was a fair reflection. Brett has scored well since his return, but he hasn't scored anything like the sensational, quality goals of a few years ago, and that's not a snipe at him, all I'm saying is, there is more to come. Josh and Eunan were outstanding in the 2nd half, some how we need to try and do it in 2 halves not one, as Eddie said, we were lucky to go in half time one up, a team like Franchise may be a harder nut to crack. That said, I don't see that we should fear anyone in this league, it depends which AFCB turns up first half :) UTCIAD Afcbpete
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11:48am Mon 28 Jan 13

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road says...

charlie2004 wrote:
Can tickets be bought at the MK ground on Saturday?
Would have thought so. 3000 seats allocated to away supporters which can be extended to 6000 if necessary. Dont think we will be taking quite that many.
[quote][p][bold]charlie2004[/bold] wrote: Can tickets be bought at the MK ground on Saturday?[/p][/quote]Would have thought so. 3000 seats allocated to away supporters which can be extended to 6000 if necessary. Dont think we will be taking quite that many. STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road
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10:28pm Mon 28 Jan 13

jakeysredd says...

abc100 wrote:
jakeysredd wrote:
Court Side wrote:
More ungracious comments in the national media from the Crewe manager questioning the 2 given penalties,both nailed on in my opinion,while forgetting to mention the other stone waller on Pughey that the ref bottled.Must have been reading The Ronnie Moore Book of Bad Losing.
To be fair i thought Crewe were better with the ball then half the top teams that have come down here this season but as soon as we clicked up a gear in the second half there was only going to be one winner.
Yes spot on, thought that was the best refereeing ive seen for ages at home, not just he gave the penalties but kept the game flowing. How the Crewe manager can moan about them is a strange one, Could see from my seat both were clear trips, Ronnie Moore book of bad losing, brilliant,
The first one was definatly a pen and the one just after in Pugh looked a definate one, don't think the one given to foggie was though, it was right in front of me and I think he over ran it then decided to go over
Think the defender was bamboozled by foggys strangest running style (watch his arms its so funny ) a great sub to bring on, cant wait for the MK match ,
[quote][p][bold]abc100[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jakeysredd[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Court Side[/bold] wrote: More ungracious comments in the national media from the Crewe manager questioning the 2 given penalties,both nailed on in my opinion,while forgetting to mention the other stone waller on Pughey that the ref bottled.Must have been reading The Ronnie Moore Book of Bad Losing. To be fair i thought Crewe were better with the ball then half the top teams that have come down here this season but as soon as we clicked up a gear in the second half there was only going to be one winner.[/p][/quote]Yes spot on, thought that was the best refereeing ive seen for ages at home, not just he gave the penalties but kept the game flowing. How the Crewe manager can moan about them is a strange one, Could see from my seat both were clear trips, Ronnie Moore book of bad losing, brilliant,[/p][/quote]The first one was definatly a pen and the one just after in Pugh looked a definate one, don't think the one given to foggie was though, it was right in front of me and I think he over ran it then decided to go over[/p][/quote]Think the defender was bamboozled by foggys strangest running style (watch his arms its so funny ) a great sub to bring on, cant wait for the MK match , jakeysredd
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10:30pm Mon 28 Jan 13

jakeysredd says...

charlie2004 wrote:
Can tickets be bought at the MK ground on Saturday?
Yes got ours today at the club,
[quote][p][bold]charlie2004[/bold] wrote: Can tickets be bought at the MK ground on Saturday?[/p][/quote]Yes got ours today at the club, jakeysredd
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10:33pm Mon 28 Jan 13

jakeysredd says...

jakeysredd wrote:
charlie2004 wrote:
Can tickets be bought at the MK ground on Saturday?
Yes got ours today at the club,
Sorry miss read you question
[quote][p][bold]jakeysredd[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charlie2004[/bold] wrote: Can tickets be bought at the MK ground on Saturday?[/p][/quote]Yes got ours today at the club,[/p][/quote]Sorry miss read you question jakeysredd
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10:36pm Mon 28 Jan 13

jakeysredd says...

Afcbpete wrote:
Wilkie wrote:
afcdiddy, he scored one out of four or five half chances in open play. Does that warrant more than 7.5?
Have to say Wilkie I totally agree with you. I don't see that Davis has much to moan about, forget who it was 2nd half was wrestled to the floor on the edge of the box, a free kick there could of meant another goal. As for Brett, take those 2 pens out of the equation, his misses and those of others ofcause, could of proved costly. So yes, spot on verdict Mr Perrett and 7.5 was a fair reflection. Brett has scored well since his return, but he hasn't scored anything like the sensational, quality goals of a few years ago, and that's not a snipe at him, all I'm saying is, there is more to come. Josh and Eunan were outstanding in the 2nd half, some how we need to try and do it in 2 halves not one, as Eddie said, we were lucky to go in half time one up, a team like Franchise may be a harder nut to crack. That said, I don't see that we should fear anyone in this league, it depends which AFCB turns up first half :) UTCIAD
Yes think 7.5 was fair mark, was thinking he should have been subbed after those two speculative efforts, then he grabs two more goals, guess thats why im no manager :)
[quote][p][bold]Afcbpete[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wilkie[/bold] wrote: afcdiddy, he scored one out of four or five half chances in open play. Does that warrant more than 7.5?[/p][/quote]Have to say Wilkie I totally agree with you. I don't see that Davis has much to moan about, forget who it was 2nd half was wrestled to the floor on the edge of the box, a free kick there could of meant another goal. As for Brett, take those 2 pens out of the equation, his misses and those of others ofcause, could of proved costly. So yes, spot on verdict Mr Perrett and 7.5 was a fair reflection. Brett has scored well since his return, but he hasn't scored anything like the sensational, quality goals of a few years ago, and that's not a snipe at him, all I'm saying is, there is more to come. Josh and Eunan were outstanding in the 2nd half, some how we need to try and do it in 2 halves not one, as Eddie said, we were lucky to go in half time one up, a team like Franchise may be a harder nut to crack. That said, I don't see that we should fear anyone in this league, it depends which AFCB turns up first half :) UTCIAD[/p][/quote]Yes think 7.5 was fair mark, was thinking he should have been subbed after those two speculative efforts, then he grabs two more goals, guess thats why im no manager :) jakeysredd
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