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    Nyom, penalties and Livermore.

    Absolutely the dumbest player we've had. What a senseless challenge that was to give away that penalty last night, and at the same time ensured Arsenal the 3 points. Then the idiot stood there applauding after it had been converted.
    Of course it was a penalty. Soft useless idiot!
    As for our early penalty shout, just how long does a ref play advantage after an incident before deciding the passage of play has gone on too long? Hard to say, but there is one thing that was certain in that episode: Livermore should have buried the bloomin' thing.
    Both Nyom & Livermore are well rated by Pulis. Must be, he keeps picking them! I don't think much of either. At least Nyom does show enthusiasm.

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    He didn't play advantage. You could see him mouth the word No straight away. He didn't think it was a penalty.
    That challenge was exactly the same as Greg's in the second half

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    Agree Chris. Nyom has a lot of enthusiam but he is a very average defender. As for Livermore, I can't recall one game where he has produced an outstanding performance, and in front of goal he is useless; how he gets picked for England is beyond me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Londonbaggie1968 View Post
    Agree Chris. Nyom has a lot of enthusiam but he is a very average defender. As for Livermore, I can't recall one game where he has produced an outstanding performance, and in front of goal he is useless; how he gets picked for England is beyond me.
    I would agree. Was sitting with Arsenal fans last night and it's more of a library than Old Trafford and West Brom supporters made more noise.

    My observations last night

    Stupid and needless free kicks given away - law of average any team would score at such a close distance
    Livermore - can't see what he contributes
    Whilst, I can understand Foster slowing the game down - not for the hell of me when 1-0 down and he wastes time and his goal kicks are still poor
    Shocking and needless foul from Nyom

    As some Arsenal fans said ( sat next to us ) - you can't blame the manager for missed sitters and rightly or wrongly bringing on Philips, Rondon and Morrison at least Pulis tried to get something from the game. That said - the game was over with that pathetic tackle giving away the penalty.

    Talking about penalties - sadly in life you get very little for being honest and had Jay been a Chelsea or Man City player then he would have stayed down and won a cast iron penalty.

    Very disappointed..................

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    My observations from last night were this;

    We played well first half, perhaps as well as I've seen us all season
    JRod...stay down and we win a penalty. Think he's a good player but his decision making is questionable. He should have scored his header and he had a chance to play HRK in at one point in the first half and shot. Poor game
    Barry, I thought had a poor game by his standards. Gave the ball away uncharacteristically a few times
    Livermore...I think he needs longer than a week off. Sit him on the bench for a few weeks. He's still an asset to the club but he looks all over the show at the moment. His open goal miss summed it up. Had he scored we wouldn't be talking about the pen
    The Ref...I don't often complain about refs but he was truly awful. He gave everything to them, so many soft free kicks. Even the free kick they scored from was a soft one (And he could have played advantage as Arse had the ball - like he did for the pen). He was booking our players for nothing tackles. Terrible performance and dare I say, big club bias? Whatever it was, he was sh1te
    Thought our best players were our back 3, particularly Hegazi
    We created chances and were pressing high up the pitch 1st half, it was encouraging to see. Had we have gone 1-0 up it would have been a different game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WBA123 View Post
    My observations from last night were this;

    We played well first half, perhaps as well as I've seen us all season
    JRod...stay down and we win a penalty. Think he's a good player but his decision making is questionable. He should have scored his header and he had a chance to play HRK in at one point in the first half and shot. Poor game
    Barry, I thought had a poor game by his standards. Gave the ball away uncharacteristically a few times
    Livermore...I think he needs longer than a week off. Sit him on the bench for a few weeks. He's still an asset to the club but he looks all over the show at the moment. His open goal miss summed it up. Had he scored we wouldn't be talking about the pen
    The Ref...I don't often complain about refs but he was truly awful. He gave everything to them, so many soft free kicks. Even the free kick they scored from was a soft one (And he could have played advantage as Arse had the ball - like he did for the pen). He was booking our players for nothing tackles. Terrible performance and dare I say, big club bias? Whatever it was, he was sh1te
    Thought our best players were our back 3, particularly Hegazi
    We created chances and were pressing high up the pitch 1st half, it was encouraging to see. Had we have gone 1-0 up it would have been a different game.
    A very good summary imo wba. Back three good as you say, include Gibbs in the "good" category, and now and then you saw some promising moves from Krychowiak, who is still setttling in I believe. Others mixed good actions with poor, such as Nyom and Rodriguez.

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    I think that could also add Morrison to the poor category. I know he didn't come on until second half but he was woeful and stood ball watching most of the time when Arsenal played around him. I hope that Pulis can see that Nyom, Livermore and Morrison are not worthy of a place at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whicka_Mon View Post
    He didn't play advantage. You could see him mouth the word No straight away. He didn't think it was a penalty.
    That challenge was exactly the same as Greg's in the second half
    I didn't pick up on that.
    We may have scavenged a point if it wasn't for Nyom's blunder. One up even the top sides sit on it in the last few minutes. Pressure may have told. Only may mind you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TipperaryBaggie View Post
    I think that could also add Morrison to the poor category. I know he didn't come on until second half but he was woeful and stood ball watching most of the time when Arsenal played around him. I hope that Pulis can see that Nyom, Livermore and Morrison are not worthy of a place at the moment.

    Add Rondon to this list too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Londonbaggie1968 View Post
    Agree Chris. Nyom has a lot of enthusiam but he is a very average defender. As for Livermore, I can't recall one game where he has produced an outstanding performance, and in front of goal he is useless; how he gets picked for England is beyond me.

    In fairness LB68 Livermore was shattered by that point in the game and had already indicated to the bench that he wanted them to bring him off and arrange a fortnight in the Seychelles for him!

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    No matter what you think of our performance last night, it's a long time since I've seen such an obvious penalty not given. The referee was such a 'homer' that he should have been wearing a red shirt. If he didn't see the penalty incident then what is he doing refereeing a premier league match? We ban players who receive red cards so why can't we ban these 'muppets' who make such rediculous decisions that directly affect the result of matches. I don't accept the usual excuse that the the game is so fast it makes it difficult for referees. This incident had absolutely nothing to do with the pace of the game. As I said, forget our performance and bring these poor referees to book. Rant over!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Londonbaggie1968 View Post
    Agree Chris. Nyom has a lot of enthusiam but he is a very average defender. As for Livermore, I can't recall one game where he has produced an outstanding performance, and in front of goal he is useless; how he gets picked for England is beyond me.
    I absolutely agree London , a manager lives or dies by his signings so the future not looking good for TP Livermore Nyom Dawson even the pole were all c rap we're a poor side all round ,

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    Thought I'd post something regarding the performances of those featured in the thread title.

    Having read some of the responses here and on other threads I honestly can't be bothered.

    Some of you don't half post some b@ll@cks .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albionic68 View Post
    Thought I'd post something regarding the performances of those featured in the thread title.

    Having read some of the responses here and on other threads I honestly can't be bothered.

    Some of you don't half post some b@ll@cks .
    we're that LIKE ****in button.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baggieal View Post
    Add Rondon to this list too!
    And Tyler Roberts scored again last night. Surely he can't be any worse than Rondon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whicka_Mon View Post
    And Tyler Roberts scored again last night. Surely he can't be any worse than Rondon.
    He Can't be any better ether Whicka , or he wouldn't be on loan @ mid table Walsall & if he can't keep rondom out the team , it says it all really ,

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    Roberts and Leko are doing alright and hopefully getting the experience bambino thrived on until he starting believing his own hype.

    After Mozza came on I forgot he was playing.

    We need a bit of luck that has deserted us in front of goal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaggieBlood View Post
    Roberts and Leko are doing alright and hopefully getting the experience bambino thrived on until he starting believing his own hype.

    After Mozza came on I forgot he was playing.

    We need a bit of luck that has deserted us in front of goal.
    Now now Blood, you know the score.

    Don't let a little thing like age (18) and inexperience get in the way of a good spleen vent.

    No such thing as steady progress these days chap and it's never too soon to write them off.

    Get with the programme fella .

    They should be capable of banging the goals in at Prem' level the moment they're out of nappies.

    Pick, roll, flick goal.

    It really is that simple.......... apparently.

    As for luck well I dare say you make your own or something like that.
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