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Re: MATCHWATCH : Bournemouth (a) sponsored by Jimmy Quinn

by Royal_jimmy » 21 Nov 2020 14:53

I wish the manager would stop congratulating the opponents and be more tough on the players. Sounds like a right soft touch.

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by Zip » 21 Nov 2020 14:54

Bristol Paul Still think we sit back far too much and leave too much space for the opposition to play in. Moore, Richards and Esteves are all quick so it’s not as though we have to sit back because we’re slow, but every one if the last four defeats is us sitting back far too much.


Yep agreed.

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by Zip » 21 Nov 2020 14:55

Royal_jimmy I wish the manager would stop congratulating the opponents and be more tough on the players. Sounds like a right soft touch.


I don’t want to hear about how well we played. We have conceded 15 in 5 and some of those have been embarrassing. We look a really soft touch again.

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by bcubed » 21 Nov 2020 14:57

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Royal_jimmy I wish the manager would stop congratulating the opponents and be more tough on the players. Sounds like a right soft touch.


I don’t want to hear about how well we played. We have conceded 15 in 5 and some of those have been embarrassing. We look a really soft touch again.


Ranked 92nd in the country for goals conceded in last 5 too

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by Franconian Royal » 21 Nov 2020 14:58

Royal_jimmy I wish the manager would stop congratulating the opponents and be more tough on the players. Sounds like a right soft touch.


could you give a short summary of what he said? unfortunately, I didn't get to listen to it


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by Zip » 21 Nov 2020 14:59

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Royal_jimmy I wish the manager would stop congratulating the opponents and be more tough on the players. Sounds like a right soft touch.


I don’t want to hear about how well we played. We have conceded 15 in 5 and some of those have been embarrassing. We look a really soft touch again.


Ranked 92nd in the country for goals conceded in last 5 too


Not great.
We have to go back to basics.

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by Jagermesiter1871 » 21 Nov 2020 14:59

This is Steve Clarke all over again isnt it.

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by skipper » 21 Nov 2020 14:59

What the hall happened?

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by Lower West » 21 Nov 2020 14:59

15 goals conceded in the past 5 games. Something is amiss. Has the managers lack of experience at this level been exposed?


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by Royal_jimmy » 21 Nov 2020 15:00

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Royal_jimmy I wish the manager would stop congratulating the opponents and be more tough on the players. Sounds like a right soft touch.


could you give a short summary of what he said? unfortunately, I didn't get to listen to it


In each of the last 4 defeats he's congratulated the opposition for their win.

Sportsmanship yes but maybe we lost those 4 games because we've played shit? Bournemouth were better than us 2nd half, but the other 3.5 games we were the better side in my opinion.

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by Snowflake Royal » 21 Nov 2020 15:00

Bristol Paul Still think we sit back far too much and leave too much space for the opposition to play in. Moore, Richards and Esteves are all quick so it’s not as though we have to sit back because we’re slow, but every one if the last four defeats is us sitting back far too much.

Disagree completely. We gave Bournemouth almost nothing first half sitting back and defending deep in numbers. That's basically how our good run happened.

We opened up against Blackburn and since then it's been goals galore. Loads of the recent goals have been us losing the ball and getting hit on the break.

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by Franconian Royal » 21 Nov 2020 15:01

Lower West 15 goals conceded in the past 5 games. Something is amiss. Has the managers lack of experience at this level been exposed?


either that or he has decided to change the style to what it was in the spree when we were winning games.

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by JR » 21 Nov 2020 15:02

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Quite tough for a coach to stop the rot when just two minutes between goals. Don’t think we can criticise Paunovic today.

Crap set pieces, some switching off at the back at key moments, yes, but can’t criticise the manager


The changes should have been immediate. I was posting on here saying make the changes. You could see we desperately needed to freshen up.
Really poor second half with Rafael having another mare. Beaten at his near post for their second and as for the fourth....
We seemed to allow them so much space inside our half.
Mepham made a difference for them when he came on. Joao did nothing once he was on.

I think I thought about the change before the first, and started typing about it to post before the second.

We started the second half so passively. We basically said, 'I know we just sucker punched you at the end of the half to make it safe, but here, have a way back...'


You guys may have a fair point about noticing the right hand side weakness earlier, but it’s rare for a manager to make a double change at the flick of the switch - the players don’t typically sit here ready to come on immediately. So if he wasn’t thinking about the switch before the first goal it was too late to prevent the second.


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by Old Man Andrews » 21 Nov 2020 15:02

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Bristol Paul Still think we sit back far too much and leave too much space for the opposition to play in. Moore, Richards and Esteves are all quick so it’s not as though we have to sit back because we’re slow, but every one if the last four defeats is us sitting back far too much.

Disagree completely. We gave Bournemouth almost nothing first half sitting back and defending deep in numbers. That's basically how our good run happened.

We opened up against Blackburn and since then it's been goals galore. Loads of the recent goals have been us losing the ball and getting hit on the break.

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by andrew1957 » 21 Nov 2020 15:03

Of course I am gutted but that was a great match to watch. Sometimes you just have to accept you are beaten by the better side and Bournemouth were fantastic second half. Superb attacking play by both sides.

Realistically we are not going up this season and most likely will end mid table. My main worry is whether the Bowen effect is now wearing off and whether Pauno will have the ability to turn the current situation round. He has no doubt made us more exciting going forwards but the defensive steel that Bowen brought back has now gone and we look very shaky at the back.

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by Franconian Royal » 21 Nov 2020 15:04

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Royal_jimmy I wish the manager would stop congratulating the opponents and be more tough on the players. Sounds like a right soft touch.


could you give a short summary of what he said? unfortunately, I didn't get to listen to it


In each of the last 4 defeats he's congratulated the opposition for their win.

Sportsmanship yes but maybe we lost those 4 games because we've played shit? Bournemouth were better than us 2nd half, but the other 3.5 games we were the better side in my opinion.


Didn't see the two televised games before the break so can't pass judgement there. Agree that there is no need to congratulate the other team, either. I do really. hope that he wakes up, because at this rate Pauno will be gone very soon. I don't think the owners will be liking this at all.

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by Hound » 21 Nov 2020 15:06

andrew1957 Of course I am gutted but that was a great match to watch. Sometimes you just have to accept you are beaten by the better side and Bournemouth were fantastic second half. Superb attacking play by both sides.

Realistically we are not going up this season and most likely will end mid table. My main worry is whether the Bowen effect is now wearing off and whether Pauno will have the ability to turn the current situation round. He has no doubt made us more exciting going forwards but the defensive steel that Bowen brought back has now gone and we look very shaky at the back.


Similar to this. We played pretty well but they scored with every decent chance they got. It’s a poor run but we’ll stop it soon I’m sure. Came within a brilliant save of a draw at the best side in the division possibly

We’ve a tidy side but are making silly mistakes. Work to do but I saw a lot more good than bad today

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by Hound » 21 Nov 2020 15:07

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could you give a short summary of what he said? unfortunately, I didn't get to listen to it


In each of the last 4 defeats he's congratulated the opposition for their win.

Sportsmanship yes but maybe we lost those 4 games because we've played shit? Bournemouth were better than us 2nd half, but the other 3.5 games we were the better side in my opinion.


Didn't see the two televised games before the break so can't pass judgement there. Agree that there is no need to congratulate the other team, either. I do really. hope that he wakes up, because at this rate Pauno will be gone very soon. I don't think the owners will be liking this at all.


Owners have hardly splashed out this year. Realistically we are miles above where our expectations were in September

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by Franconian Royal » 21 Nov 2020 15:08

andrew1957 Of course I am gutted but that was a great match to watch. Sometimes you just have to accept you are beaten by the better side and Bournemouth were fantastic second half. Superb attacking play by both sides.

Realistically we are not going up this season and most likely will end mid table. My main worry is whether the Bowen effect is now wearing off and whether Pauno will have the ability to turn the current situation round. He has no doubt made us more exciting going forwards but the defensive steel that Bowen brought back has now gone and we look very shaky at the back.


I personally think that there has been change in style from Pauno since we won the 7 out of 8 games. He might have thought to himself that he could use this newer style because we're good going forwards and then we can hold out for a win. Obviously it hasn't worked. He needs to go back to the style he was using before and STICK to it.

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by Snowflake Royal » 21 Nov 2020 15:08

andrew1957 Of course I am gutted but that was a great match to watch. Sometimes you just have to accept you are beaten by the better side and Bournemouth were fantastic second half. Superb attacking play by both sides.

Realistically we are not going up this season and most likely will end mid table. My main worry is whether the Bowen effect is now wearing off and whether Pauno will have the ability to turn the current situation round. He has no doubt made us more exciting going forwards but the defensive steel that Bowen brought back has now gone and we look very shaky at the back.

Thanks Andrew, was going to leave it a few games more and didn't want to be the first to say it. :lol:

Seriously though... all you manager out boo boys, how many matches does Pauno have to lose in a row before you start calling for his head too?

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