The goal drought

Re: The goal drought

Postby Gone_Shrimping » Tue Sep 12, 2017 7:08 am

marky No.1 wrote:
Freez wrote: Brough got forward twice at Meadow Lane, Aj once in open play.


It would be nice to think one or other would go forward for more than once every half hour ;)


On the highlights it looked like AJ was at fault with the 2nd goal.

How did Old manage to head the ball gently back to the keeper when he should have scored from a corner !
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Re: The goal drought

Postby marky No.1 » Tue Sep 12, 2017 7:22 am

It wasn't gently, just the keeper was right there
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Re: The goal drought

Postby sandgrown » Tue Sep 12, 2017 11:38 am

KenH wrote:
Ntini wrote:I'm not a big fan of the whole 3-5-2 fad


Season after season, we're seeing a big block of green grass between the front line and the midfield, the latter typically holding back to support the defence, which inevitably leads to hoofball.


spot on !
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Re: The goal drought

Postby Ntini » Tue Sep 12, 2017 2:21 pm

sandgrown wrote:
KenH wrote:
Ntini wrote:I'm not a big fan of the whole 3-5-2 fad


Season after season, we're seeing a big block of green grass between the front line and the midfield, the latter typically holding back to support the defence, which inevitably leads to hoofball.


spot on !

I completely agree. The tendency though is to either drop an attacker into midfield or to change personnel, neither of which are the solution IMO!
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