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Thread: Well done Blades

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    Well done Blades

    As per title and for last sat

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    Well said Sabs.
    ou oreyght pal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabellaalex View Post
    As per title and for last sat
    Fkin brilliant

    Hard fought but they were resolute

    Reyt save from Jamal after we scored

    COYRAWW

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    There's only one Chrissy Wilder!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blades58 View Post
    Fkin brilliant

    Hard fought but they were resolute

    Reyt save from Jamal after we scored

    COYRAWW
    CCV shudda scored again in't first half and Lundstram shudda scored late on but 4 changes and still we looked a good side.Well done to Tufty and the lads.UTCB

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    Quote Originally Posted by seanbeanstattoo View Post
    Well said Sabs.
    ou oreyght pal?
    Good thanks, just dealing with lifes ups and downs.
    Always reading on BM dont post much, but It does seem a brighter place on here now. 5 star mods

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    Great result against hoofers. Pig Madine didn't get a look in against the Beast CCV. Great management in recognising the problems Bolton could have caused us and changing the team. Blackman sounds like he came for everything on a shocking night with an inept ref. Best result of the season for me, one that we could have easily lost in the past.

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    Sounds like Blackman came of age tonight. Confidence is a wonderful thing especially between the sticks. He obviously didn't get their young player of the season for nothing.

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    Filthy hoof team of giants playing to the ref and sucked him in.Played to slowi down the game at every opportunity
    .0-1 flatters them Wheater cleared one off the line Lundstram unlucky on the one on one with the keeper hit the cross bar when it was easier to score.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Longshortandtall View Post
    Great result against hoofers. Pig Madine didn't get a look in against the Beast CCV. Great management in recognising the problems Bolton could have caused us and changing the team. Blackman sounds like he came for everything on a shocking night with an inept ref. Best result of the season for me, one that we could have easily lost in the past.
    CW agrees Best result of the season we're out of the pub league now, he really enjoyed that one.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p05fx9b2

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    Marvellous United,ruddy marvellous

    3RD !!!!!

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    Still early days blockmeister look at chezzy last season,on the other hand only another 35 pts needed to secure our first objective

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrayBlade View Post
    Sounds like Blackman came of age tonight. Confidence is a wonderful thing especially between the sticks. He obviously didn't get their young player of the season for nothing.
    I know in the Brentford game Jamal made 2 or 3 gr8 saves but i think last night was his best game in a BLADES shirt.He came for and got alot of crosses,which takes a bit of pressure off the defence,well done Jamal lad.It'll be interestin to see if CCV keeps his place for Satdi.UTCB

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    I know Sunderland and Bolton haven't been the sternest tests, but we've passed them both with flying colours. Great results, and the season is shaping up nicely. Doesn't look like we're relegation fodder after all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrayBlade View Post
    Sounds like Blackman came of age tonight. Confidence is a wonderful thing especially between the sticks. He obviously didn't get their young player of the season for nothing.
    Listening to CW it sounds like he was given specific instructions and he carried them out to the letter while ever he is in this form I will change my opinion and say he keeps the jersey for now luckily it's not my decision to make but I know chris won't shy away from making it no matter how difficult it may be

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    Jamal's going great but he's not ours and never will be - so don't want to get too reliant on him IMHO - short term pain, long term gain

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    At the risk of wizzing on the mass love in, are we not over exaggerating last night's result/performance? I'm as happy as anyone for last night's win, but mainly because I think we were very poor and still snatched the victory. Good trait to have in a successful team.

    But, Bolton were shockingly poor from start to finish yet second half we allowed them to control the game and we offered nothing going forward save for the Lundstram chance at the end on the counter when Bolton finally threw more forward. There's a reason Wilder said after the game that it could have gone either way the result.

    Call Bolton a hoof team all you like but its all we did second half.

    Wheater never cleared anything off the line, it was a soft lofted cross from Lafferty that wasn't heading towards goal.

    A lot of people complaining about the ref. I actually thought he was pretty even with letting a lot go from both sides. Some refs would have easily sent off Lafferty for scything down their wide man second half. Speaking of Lafferty, think he's really coming up short at this level.

    One praise I wouldn't temper at all is that of Blackman, came for and secured every single cross even when there were 1, 2, 3, 4 bodies in his way.

    Now, bring on the abuse!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuancheBlade View Post
    At the risk of wizzing on the mass love in, are we not over exaggerating last night's result/performance? I'm as happy as anyone for last night's win, but mainly because I think we were very poor and still snatched the victory. Good trait to have in a successful team.

    But, Bolton were shockingly poor from start to finish yet second half we allowed them to control the game and we offered nothing going forward save for the Lundstram chance at the end on the counter when Bolton finally threw more forward. There's a reason Wilder said after the game that it could have gone either way the result.

    Call Bolton a hoof team all you like but its all we did second half.

    Wheater never cleared anything off the line, it was a soft lofted cross from Lafferty that wasn't heading towards goal.

    A lot of people complaining about the ref. I actually thought he was pretty even with letting a lot go from both sides. Some refs would have easily sent off Lafferty for scything down their wide man second half. Speaking of Lafferty, think he's really coming up short at this level.

    One praise I wouldn't temper at all is that of Blackman, came for and secured every single cross even when there were 1, 2, 3, 4 bodies in his way.

    Now, bring on the abuse!
    It sounded a miserable game on the radio Guanche - but let's face it, going away to Bolton on a wet and windy Tuesday night is never going to be fun. Think we should just be happy we got the 3 points and not read too much into the performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuancheBlade View Post
    At the risk of wizzing on the mass love in, are we not over exaggerating last night's result/performance? I'm as happy as anyone for last night's win, but mainly because I think we were very poor and still snatched the victory. Good trait to have in a successful team.

    But, Bolton were shockingly poor from start to finish yet second half we allowed them to control the game and we offered nothing going forward save for the Lundstram chance at the end on the counter when Bolton finally threw more forward. There's a reason Wilder said after the game that it could have gone either way the result.

    Call Bolton a hoof team all you like but its all we did second half.

    Wheater never cleared anything off the line, it was a soft lofted cross from Lafferty that wasn't heading towards goal.

    A lot of people complaining about the ref. I actually thought he was pretty even with letting a lot go from both sides. Some refs would have easily sent off Lafferty for scything down their wide man second half. Speaking of Lafferty, think he's really coming up short at this level.

    One praise I wouldn't temper at all is that of Blackman, came for and secured every single cross even when there were 1, 2, 3, 4 bodies in his way.

    Now, bring on the abuse!
    Soz to disapoint ya fella,but tha'll get no abuse from me.It was a good win(all wins are)in my view,some said Barnsley were poor after we beat them,the next game they won 3-0,sometimes i think we don't give our lads enuff credit for makin the oppo's look poor.4 changes and still won,it'll do for me,In my opinion Enda is better than Lafferty but i think Lafferty's ok,I hope The DON's fit for Satdi.UTCB

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuancheBlade View Post
    At the risk of wizzing on the mass love in, are we not over exaggerating last night's result/performance? I'm as happy as anyone for last night's win, but mainly because I think we were very poor and still snatched the victory. Good trait to have in a successful team.

    But, Bolton were shockingly poor from start to finish yet second half we allowed them to control the game and we offered nothing going forward save for the Lundstram chance at the end on the counter when Bolton finally threw more forward. There's a reason Wilder said after the game that it could have gone either way the result.

    Call Bolton a hoof team all you like but its all we did second half.

    Wheater never cleared anything off the line, it was a soft lofted cross from Lafferty that wasn't heading towards goal.

    A lot of people complaining about the ref. I actually thought he was pretty even with letting a lot go from both sides. Some refs would have easily sent off Lafferty for scything down their wide man second half. Speaking of Lafferty, think he's really coming up short at this level.

    One praise I wouldn't temper at all is that of Blackman, came for and secured every single cross even when there were 1, 2, 3, 4 bodies in his way.

    Now, bring on the abuse!
    I agree good trait to dig out a result on a wet windy night against a team concerned with keeping the ball in the air. Tactically spot on. Team changed to cope with aerial threat. We struggled against Mboro in the air, last night Pig Madine who bullied us in their two home games last season was kept in our defence's pocket. Notlob fans and deluded parky saying it was their best performance of season for effort so they were up for it. Despite their industrial attempts to unsettle us we coped. Our back up squad performed well showing there is competition for places. 4 players rested and 3 points. We were never going to play free flowing football against that lot so I agree with CW when he says it was the best result of the season so far.

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