MATCHWATCH : Cardiff City (h) sponsored by Adam Federici

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by WestYorksRoyal » 18 Aug 2019 11:29

I hope Rino has a knock or some logical explanation. There are some decisions you make as a manager which just creates bad faith with the fans. If Rino is fully fit and we lose today, it's a terrible call.

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by genome » 18 Aug 2019 11:29

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genome Rino took a couple of knocks at Wycombe, I believe

I've forgotten how much this forum likes to jump to conclusions

Well what else would we jump to? Attention?


Logic and measured thought, preferably

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by Hound » 18 Aug 2019 11:30

Cardiff look pretty strong tbf. Concerned about their line up - pace down the wings, 3 strong CMs and 2 big lump CBs

Going to be very tough

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by NewCorkSeth » 18 Aug 2019 11:31

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genome Rino took a couple of knocks at Wycombe, I believe

I've forgotten how much this forum likes to jump to conclusions

Well what else would we jump to? Attention?


Logic and measured thought, preferably

That's no fun.

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by Notts Royal » 18 Aug 2019 11:41

genome Rino took a couple of knocks at Wycombe, I believe

I've forgotten how much this forum likes to jump to conclusions


Hoping it’s down to having a knock, as there’s no other logical reason why we’d leave our best player on the bench. The bloke absolutely bossed the 2nd half at Hull

Apart from that, I think the formation switch will work & suit the 2 strikers


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by Snowflake Royal » 18 Aug 2019 11:48

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genome Rino took a couple of knocks at Wycombe, I believe

I've forgotten how much this forum likes to jump to conclusions

Well what else would we jump to? Attention?


Logic and measured thought, preferably

There's not been the barest hint of a suggestion that Rino wasn't fit to play until you said he might have picked up a couple of knocks at Wycombe after knowing he'd been dropped.

Players pick up knocks and play the next game all the time. He's on the bench, so even if he has a knock it can't be that bad. This sort of a decision out of the blue creates bad faith.

Against Wednesday we looked completely disorganised. We started badly against Hull. We struggled against Wycombe with a load of changes and different shape - still looking poor at defending set pieces. We decided to start the season with a novice 19 year old loanee in goal who hasn't given any confidence. We've abandoned the way we played moderately successfully last season and our top scorer, plus PotS have been dropped.

We talked about having to pay to move players on, but reportedly turned down loan deals gor players we don't want.

There is plenty of rational and measured reasons to be unhappy with how we've started this season and Gomes' selection and tactical approach so far.

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by alfie9 » 18 Aug 2019 11:50

They started Bacuna. It's over, we've already won

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by Snowflake Royal » 18 Aug 2019 11:56

alfie9 They started Bacuna. It's over, we've already won

Depends on whether 1 in 4 good Bacuna turns up, or mental / shit Bacuna does.

Good Bacuna would walk all over our midfield. And score.

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by Jagermesiter1871 » 18 Aug 2019 11:57

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NewCorkSeth Well what else would we jump to? Attention?


Logic and measured thought, preferably

There's not been the barest hint of a suggestion that Rino wasn't fit to play until you said he might have picked up a couple of knocks at Wycombe after knowing he'd been dropped.

Players pick up knocks and play the next game all the time. He's on the bench, so even if he has a knock it can't be that bad. This sort of a decision out of the blue creates bad faith.

Against Wednesday we looked completely disorganised. We started badly against Hull. We struggled against Wycombe with a load of changes and different shape - still looking poor at defending set pieces. We decided to start the season with a novice 19 year old loanee in goal who hasn't given any confidence. We've abandoned the way we played moderately successfully last season and our top scorer, plus PotS have been dropped.

We talked about having to pay to move players on, but reportedly turned down loan deals gor players we don't want.

There is plenty of rational and measured reasons to be unhappy with how we've started this season and Gomes' selection and tactical approach so far.


Dont you answer your last points with your early remarks. We've looked disorganised so have made changes?


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by Snowflake Royal » 18 Aug 2019 12:02

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Logic and measured thought, preferably

There's not been the barest hint of a suggestion that Rino wasn't fit to play until you said he might have picked up a couple of knocks at Wycombe after knowing he'd been dropped.

Players pick up knocks and play the next game all the time. He's on the bench, so even if he has a knock it can't be that bad. This sort of a decision out of the blue creates bad faith.

Against Wednesday we looked completely disorganised. We started badly against Hull. We struggled against Wycombe with a load of changes and different shape - still looking poor at defending set pieces. We decided to start the season with a novice 19 year old loanee in goal who hasn't given any confidence. We've abandoned the way we played moderately successfully last season and our top scorer, plus PotS have been dropped.

We talked about having to pay to move players on, but reportedly turned down loan deals gor players we don't want.

There is plenty of rational and measured reasons to be unhappy with how we've started this season and Gomes' selection and tactical approach so far.


Dont you answer your last points with your early remarks. We've looked disorganised so have made changes?

No I don't think so. The fact we looked disorganised in what was close to the way we played for half of last season is a worry. It was not a problem of individual players, but coaching IMO. I don't think you help that by shuffling the pack and changing how you want them to play having drilled them during the summer differently. It's potentially going to lead to more confusion, doubt and uncertainty. The players will have to concentrate more on sticking to the new instructions rather than relaxing I to their natural game.

Basically the spine of the team has been cut off above defence and replaced.

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by From Despair To Where? » 18 Aug 2019 12:02

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alfie9 They started Bacuna. It's over, we've already won

Depends on whether 1 in 4 good Bacuna turns up, or mental / shit Bacuna does.

Good Bacuna would walk all over our midfield. And score.



Looks like he's playing full back.

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by Snowflake Royal » 18 Aug 2019 12:13

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alfie9 They started Bacuna. It's over, we've already won

Depends on whether 1 in 4 good Bacuna turns up, or mental / shit Bacuna does.

Good Bacuna would walk all over our midfield. And score.



Looks like he's playing full back.

And already booked so sounds like the nutter has turned up.

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by The Enfield Royal71 » 18 Aug 2019 12:14

This isn't going well. I can see us getting turned over like a pancake.


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by genome » 18 Aug 2019 12:18

Lovely link up play from Joao and Puscas there, more of that please!

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by genome » 18 Aug 2019 12:25

WHAT A oxf*rd GOAL

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by sputnik » 18 Aug 2019 12:26

lovely stuff

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by sputnik » 18 Aug 2019 12:26

lovely stuff

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by RichTea94 » 18 Aug 2019 12:26

OOOoooooOOOOoohhhhh

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by ayjaydee » 18 Aug 2019 12:26

GTFI!!!

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by John Madejski's Wallet » 18 Aug 2019 12:27

Take a bow son :D :D :D

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