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17/03/13

Lewis Morgan

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15 minutes ago, BuddieinEK said:

 


I can only think Jack felt young Ross would hold the ball up better and help get us further up the park.

 

If so, in hindsight,  how wrong can a manager be?

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If so, in hindsight,  how wrong can a manager be?


I thought he worked hard and did hold the ball up when given the chance. I like the big fella and think he will play his part in our season.

I'd like to see more of Duffy, but a like for like change at a point in the game where we were under the cosh wouldn't have changed anything.

Hindsight, you say.

We won 3-1, so in hindsight, Jack got it right.

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7 minutes ago, BuddieinEK said:

 


I thought he worked hard and did hold the ball up when given the chance. I like the big fella and think he will play his part in our season.

I'd like to see more of Duffy, but a like for like change at a point in the game where we were under the cosh wouldn't have changed anything.

Hindsight, you say.

We won 3-1, so in hindsight, Jack got it right.

 

The manager certainly did. Overall. I honestly felt Ross did nothing to hold the ball up and seemed unsure what his role was. By that time we were defending too deep as a team which didn't help.

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I thought Ross did very well when he came on . He won free kicks ,throw ins and generally took a wee bit of pressure off our midfield . I think he looks very tidy ,especially with the ball at his feet for a big guy .

The big guy seems to be the new target for our unsatisfied customers, now that Baird seems to be slowly winning people over.

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