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

by Zip » 21 Nov 2020 16:12

windermereROYAL first 7 games top of the entire league for goals conceded, since then 92nd. :shock:


It’s bizarre.

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by Hound » 21 Nov 2020 16:24

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windermereROYAL first 7 games top of the entire league for goals conceded, since then 92nd. :shock:


It’s bizarre.


And it’s not like we’ve done anything radically different either

Just shocking defensive errors time and again

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by John Madejski's Wallet » 21 Nov 2020 16:30

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13 in 18 on target.


Awful

But thanks. Not difficult to see where the problem is

while he's started making odd decisions/errors, I'm not sure he could have done too much about most of those goals could he?

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by Hound » 21 Nov 2020 16:37

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13 in 18 on target.


Awful

But thanks. Not difficult to see where the problem is

while he's started making odd decisions/errors, I'm not sure he could have done too much about most of those goals could he?


Well I meant the making of ridiculous individual errors (of which Rafael has made 3 or 4) rather than specifically blaming it all on the keeper

That rather than a particular fault with the overall system

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

by St Pauli » 21 Nov 2020 16:49

It’s only a game lads.

If we went up, we’d in all likelihood just come down again.

Ride the painted pony. Let the spinning wheel glide.


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by Royality creeps In » 21 Nov 2020 16:52

St Pauli It’s only a game lads.

If we went up, we’d in all likelihood just come down again.

Ride the painted pony. Let the spinning wheel glide.


As disappointed as we all are this is the post of the day

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by windermereROYAL » 21 Nov 2020 16:54

Only 1 headed goal conceded all season, need to work on keeping shots out now.

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by Ascotexgunner » 21 Nov 2020 16:57

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St Pauli It’s only a game lads.

If we went up, we’d in all likelihood just come down again.

Ride the painted pony. Let the spinning wheel glide.


As disappointed as we all are this is the post of the day


Yeah I agree...frustrating as it is that for a period this season we looked serious promotion candidates and the real deal. This is just disappointing.
Let's just get ready to go again.

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by skipper » 21 Nov 2020 17:01

St Pauli It’s only a game lads.

If we went up, we’d in all likelihood just come down again.

Ride the painted pony. Let the spinning wheel glide.


As much as I want us to do well and win games etc, I have no desire to go up. Premiership is shit. Fake ass divers, and terrible goal line technology. Too much money, and pressure, doesn't make for an enjoyable, exciting experience. Big clubs have too much money and decisions go their way, no real balance. Very little in the way being competitive. The aim of most teams that get promoted is to avoid relegation.

Sucks the joy out it all for me.

Of course I want us to do well, and of course I'd support the team, but oxf*rd the Premiership.


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by St Pauli » 21 Nov 2020 18:29

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St Pauli It’s only a game lads.

If we went up, we’d in all likelihood just come down again.

Ride the painted pony. Let the spinning wheel glide.


As much as I want us to do well and win games etc, I have no desire to go up. Premiership is shit. Fake ass divers, and terrible goal line technology. Too much money, and pressure, doesn't make for an enjoyable, exciting experience. Big clubs have too much money and decisions go their way, no real balance. Very little in the way being competitive. The aim of most teams that get promoted is to avoid relegation.

Sucks the joy out it all for me.

Of course I want us to do well, and of course I'd support the team, but oxf*rd the Premiership.


+1.

If you follow football for the live matchday experience, championship football >>>> premier league football.

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by skipper » 21 Nov 2020 18:38

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St Pauli It’s only a game lads.

If we went up, we’d in all likelihood just come down again.

Ride the painted pony. Let the spinning wheel glide.


As much as I want us to do well and win games etc, I have no desire to go up. Premiership is shit. Fake ass divers, and terrible goal line technology. Too much money, and pressure, doesn't make for an enjoyable, exciting experience. Big clubs have too much money and decisions go their way, no real balance. Very little in the way being competitive. The aim of most teams that get promoted is to avoid relegation.

Sucks the joy out it all for me.

Of course I want us to do well, and of course I'd support the team, but oxf*rd the Premiership.


+1.

If you follow football for the live matchday experience, championship football >>>> premier league football.


Every. Time.

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by Snowflake Royal » 21 Nov 2020 19:32

Hell yes.

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by morganb » 21 Nov 2020 19:41

I wonder if there is a betting syndicate somewhere becoming very rich off the back of the runaway leaders losing so many recent games by such high margins (including throwing away a 2-0 halftime lead)?


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by South Coast Royal » 21 Nov 2020 20:28

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St Pauli It’s only a game lads.

If we went up, we’d in all likelihood just come down again.

Ride the painted pony. Let the spinning wheel glide.


As much as I want us to do well and win games etc, I have no desire to go up. Premiership is shit. Fake ass divers, and terrible goal line technology. Too much money, and pressure, doesn't make for an enjoyable, exciting experience. Big clubs have too much money and decisions go their way, no real balance. Very little in the way being competitive. The aim of most teams that get promoted is to avoid relegation.

Sucks the joy out it all for me.

Of course I want us to do well, and of course I'd support the team, but oxf*rd the Premiership.


+1.

If you follow football for the live matchday experience, championship football >>>> premier league football.


Hell no-for every game like today's at Bournemouth there are many more like last night's dreadful so called match between Coventry and Birmingham that never looked like being anything but a 0-0.

Have you already forgotten what our home games have been like for the previous 2 seasons?

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by St Pauli » 21 Nov 2020 20:34

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As much as I want us to do well and win games etc, I have no desire to go up. Premiership is shit. Fake ass divers, and terrible goal line technology. Too much money, and pressure, doesn't make for an enjoyable, exciting experience. Big clubs have too much money and decisions go their way, no real balance. Very little in the way being competitive. The aim of most teams that get promoted is to avoid relegation.

Sucks the joy out it all for me.

Of course I want us to do well, and of course I'd support the team, but oxf*rd the Premiership.


+1.

If you follow football for the live matchday experience, championship football >>>> premier league football.


Hell no-for every game like today's at Bournemouth there are many more like last night's dreadful so called match between Coventry and Birmingham that never looked like being anything but a 0-0.

Have you already forgotten what our home games have been like for the previous 2 seasons?


The home results of the last two years are what we’ll in all likelihood get if we go up.

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by South Coast Royal » 21 Nov 2020 20:43

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+1.

If you follow football for the live matchday experience, championship football >>>> premier league football.


Hell no-for every game like today's at Bournemouth there are many more like last night's dreadful so called match between Coventry and Birmingham that never looked like being anything but a 0-0.

Have you already forgotten what our home games have been like for the previous 2 seasons?


The home results of the last two years are what we’ll in all likelihood get if we go up.


But we will be seeing top class players most weeks which is good enough for me.
I think the Championship is the worst of the worst.

There are players who think they are good enough to be performing in the Premier League and being paid wages far in excess of what their abilities warrant.

At least in Divs 1 and 2 the skill factor may be lower but effort, dedication, commitment etc are all there.
In The Championship you have millionaire footballers often not portraying those facets, e.g. the Alukos of this world.

Still, your wish is likely to come true for the foreseeable future but I yearn for seasons like that first one in the Premier League even if subsequent ones were just a long struggle.

Each to their own.

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

by Snowflake Royal » 21 Nov 2020 20:59

Personally, watching top class players destroy us doesn't really do a lot for me, or make up for losing, being patronised and watching the ref be mates with the opposition star players, or being in division with two or three mini leagues and few surprises come season end.

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by windermereROYAL » 21 Nov 2020 21:03

It`s pretty irrelivent because we`re not going to be there again anytime soon, happy to have seen us mixing with the big teams twice in my lifetime .

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by Notts Royal » 21 Nov 2020 22:39

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St Pauli It’s only a game lads.

If we went up, we’d in all likelihood just come down again.

Ride the painted pony. Let the spinning wheel glide.


As disappointed as we all are this is the post of the day


I agree. It was a thoroughly enjoyable game today and we are good to watch again. Plus, none of us can go, so it’s not the real thing really is it

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

by Snowflake Royal » 21 Nov 2020 23:01

At least with it being on Sky I didn't have the option to pay for it via IFollow so watched for free.

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