Swindon (h) - MOTM

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  1. StubbDave

    StubbDave Active Member

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    Doc
    Crowley
    Burke
     
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  2. BillyBlysPaperboy

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    Docherty
    Honiesta
    Crowley
     
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  3. pierredelafranchesca

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    Docherty - the amount of tackles he makes and times he wins the ball in CM is brilliant
    Greaves - goal saving interception like his today is as good as a goal at the other end
    Crowley (easy 1st if game had stopped after 30 mins)
     
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    Docherty
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  5. Tigger

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    Docherty
    Elder
    Honeyman
     
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  6. Blaknamberblood

    Blaknamberblood Well-Known Member

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    1. The Doc ... never stopped from 1st to last minute .. deserved the goal and was unlucky not to have another .. great performance.

    2. Honeyman .. although not at his absolute best still had the energy round the park and linked really well with Crowley .. would like to see them when Crowley is up to speed.

    3. Burke .. steady comeback and unlike Greaves at times today knew when to hit it long or play the easier short ball
     
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  7. Hull City AFC (HCHKR)

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    1. Greg Docherty (Great performance battled hard in the midfield and deserved to get the winning goal)
    2. Dan Crowley (Brilliant ball that led to Doc's goal and always found pocket of space)
    3. George Honeyman (His usual effective self picking up another assist)

    Think I'd rest Wilks on Tuesday. Wasn't effective today. KLP wasn't as effective in the second half but all in all, a good team performance
     
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    Doc
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    Doc
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  10. mazzer

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    Mention for Crowley who looked like running the show until we changed our line up. Sometimes he seemed to think too fast for some of our players.
     
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  11. CANADATIGER

    CANADATIGER Well-Known Member

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    Docherty - Best game yet. Great goal, never stopped running.
    Honeymonster - Takes a licking and keeps on ticking. Indestructible.
    Elder - Strong defensively and always a goal threat with corners and crosses.
     
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  12. Ernie Shackleton

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    Docherty
    Honeyman
    Burke
     
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  13. John Ex Aberdeen now E.R.

    John Ex Aberdeen now E.R. Well-Known Member

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    Docherty
    Elder
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  14. Red top reader

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    I only managed to watch the first half
    so cannot really express my opinion
    on who was in my top 3 but I would
    like to say something, there must
    be some player at Birmingham that
    is keeping Crowley off the pitch
    because he is a quality player in my
    humble opinion. I realise it is just
    league 1 but his close control
    and eye for a pass is definitely
    championship level. The pass
    through to the honey monster
    that led to the goal was brilliant.
    He is gonna be a real asset to
    us over the remaining games....
     
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  15. kingstontiger

    kingstontiger Well-Known Member

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    Think some guy called Toral is keeping him out of the team? Actually thought they were rather similar. Hoping Crowley is less injury prone.
     
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  16. Tigger

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    Toral was subbed at half time yesterday. No idea why.
     
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  17. Chazz Rheinhold

    Chazz Rheinhold Well-Known Member

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    From the brum mail
    TORAL 4.5
    Worked OK on the press, trying to set the right tone and might have won a decision when he was impeded as he was about to shoot from the edge of the area. But too often to lackadaisical in possession.


    Doesn’t sound like him at all!!!
     
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  18. spesupersydera

    spesupersydera Well-Known Member

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    He's a lightweight, flat-track bully who flatters to deceive - he was ok when things were going ok; along with Lopes he disappeared in matches more often than Harry Houdini. No great loss.
     
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