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Thread: Match Thread vs Cambridge United 12.01.19

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    Match Thread vs Cambridge United 12.01.19

    Here's how we line up today against Roger's Straw-Boatered Rebels...

    Debuts for Ryan Schofield and Jim O'Brien, home debut for Ben Barclay.Lewis Alessandra is also back in the starting 11!

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    We need to make these £2 days 4-1 days! Let's hope the new boys meet our expectations.

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    Vaughan not even on the bench. Injured?

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    A warning: this will be a roller coaster ride and it may not go the way all Notts fans would wish. Please desist from slagging off Ardley if things don't come out the way they do in fairy tales. It's not his fault that Notts are in such dire straits.

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    Any injury update on Vaughn? Or Hemmings?

    Who's playing on the right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sidders View Post
    A warning: this will be a roller coaster ride and it may not go the way all Notts fans would wish. Please desist from slagging off Ardley if things don't come out the way they do in fairy tales. It's not his fault that Notts are in such dire straits.
    Spot on. Couldn't agree more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sidders View Post
    A warning: this will be a roller coaster ride and it may not go the way all Notts fans would wish. Please desist from slagging off Ardley if things don't come out the way they do in fairy tales. It's not his fault that Notts are in such dire straits.
    "Here here"

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    two thirds possession for them so far

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    Macc 0-1 up

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_anticlough View Post
    Macc 0-1 up
    Make it 2

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    Yeovil 1 up

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    Oh dear Oh dear.

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    " I think there really is a bloody curse on us"

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    Quote Originally Posted by nottsco2002 View Post
    Yeovil 1 up
    Header from a corner. And we have 3 centre-backs... what's the point?
    Take one off now we're chasing the game?

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    Well that was garbage. Cheltenham all over again. Very little on the bench to change things around (Brisley and Turley, really?) and very little fight on the pitch. One shot on target, one off target and that’s all I can remember. We look slower, smaller ... and relegation-bound.

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    Dear god we are poo... I don't think its possible for us to keep a clean sheet... 6 points adrift as it stands

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    Not great at all. Hewitt at rwb is like Hewitt at rb, it just doesnít work. If we donít turn this around second half I fear we already have one foot in the conference.

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    Cambridge have lost their last 5 league games on the spin away from home including 6-0 at MK and a 3-0 at Morecambe. They lost 4-3 away to Guiseley in the FA Cup and have lost 10 of their last 12 away games in all competitions, conceding 32 goals in the process.

    If we can't beat them with a 15k crowd behind us and a new midfield general I don't know where we go from here. Well I do, but it doesn't bear thinking about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nw6pie View Post
    Well that was garbage. Cheltenham all over again. Very little on the bench to change things around (Brisley and Turley, really?) and very little fight on the pitch. One shot on target, one off target and that’s all I can remember. We look slower, smaller ... and relegation-bound.
    As you say, it's noticeable how much slower, smaller and weaker we are, particularly up front. Cambridge have pace and strength up front, which makes even a random boot upfield dangerous.

    Poor performance so far. Cambridge simply look better than us. They are better equipped to win this football match.

    Baring a huge turnaround in the second half, we'll be cut adrift at the bottom. Can't see a way back from here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slack_pie View Post
    As you say, it's noticeable how much slower, smaller and weaker we are, particularly up front. Cambridge have pace and strength up front, which makes even a random boot upfield dangerous.

    Poor performance so far. Cambridge simply look better than us. They are better equipped to win this football match.

    Baring a huge turnaround in the second half, we'll be cut adrift at the bottom. Can't see a way back from here.
    I hope we can turn it around second half which the heart says we can but the head says we canít.

    There have been some defining games this season notably Cheltenham and Macclesfield at home where we simply have looked second best and not good enough.

    Itís a similar scenario today. Cambridge look better than us, stronger and more able to win the second ball. Weíve offered very little in terms of attacking threat which one or two chances.

    I hope the second half is not just a case of going through the motions with the evitable outcome that has bestowed many a home game this season.

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