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Clitheroe away Tuesday

Post by TrueBlue on Tue Nov 11, 2014 8:00 am

Was it at this stage we knocked Lancaster out last season? More of the same please!

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Re: Clitheroe away Tuesday

Post by JKennett636 on Wed Nov 12, 2014 10:51 am

Played very well, matched them all over, no doubt the turning point... George going off. He was absolutely outstanding and we are much the weaker without him. I hope for our season it's not too serious

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Re: Clitheroe away Tuesday

Post by TrueBlue on Wed Nov 12, 2014 10:55 am

I agree J, he is a massive loss just as it looked like a back 4 that were settled. I did wonder why Lloyd was dropped tonight in favour of Ed O'Neill? Thought Matty O'Neill and Hession were good down the flanks, we are stuttering a little up front, certainly compared to last season? Have teams worked our front two out? We've notting different up there as an option either

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Re: Clitheroe away Tuesday

Post by Philip A Berry on Thu Nov 13, 2014 5:31 am

For me Gaz Peat needs a few starts. He is remarkably tricky and it was no surprise to me that he was brought down in the box. Just a shame the spot kick wasn't converted.
With more game time he will create many chances and win many more penalties as defenders struggle to contain him.

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