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    The crucial turning point yesterday

    Posted by Nick PBH on 14/4/2019, 9:14:47

    Was probably Pelly getting booked. He had to hold back a little bit after that, especially in the 2nd half. Showed discipline but was always going to limit his game a little (especially with charlton snapping at everything in midfield).

    As for the pen - sot at best - thought i saw a shove, but it didnt look like anything that a pen would normally be given for and happens 20 times a game. After that - treading on the ball twice for their 2nd and 3rd didnt help much!

    Thought we shaded first half, but once we conceded 2 in 2 minutes we couldnt get the ball back.

    Connolly didnt look like he got a touch n the ball.. lack of service when he came on . Someone said it looked like Cornick was carrying a knock, which would explain his sub ahead of Lee, whose passing was way off.

    No arguments with the result, and we cant moan too much after 28 games unbeaten. Ref didnt help matters much, but cant blame him for the result.

    Glad the fans stayed behind and applauded the team at the end. Least they deserve.

      Re: The crucial turning point yesterday

      Posted by Dave on 14/4/2019, 13:15:56, in reply to "The crucial turning point yesterday "

      We had no out ball under pressure. Lee can’t win any headers or hold the ball up so it was coming straight back. Moncur looked shagged before half time!! Cornick did ok but him and Stacey seemed to be kicked to shit. Their 21 spent most of the game on his arse looking for free kicks.

        Re: The crucial turning point yesterday

        Posted by Forever_Hatter on 14/4/2019, 11:28:13, in reply to "The crucial turning point yesterday "

        To wasteful with the ball 2nd half for me, amount if misplaced passes, unforced errors.

        Penalty no doubt swung momentum further to Charlton,along with sloppy passing after the good start to 2nd half from them.

        Surprisingly wasteful on the ball - so unlike us, unfortunately on a day we couldn’t risk being off our game..we were.

          Re: The crucial turning point yesterday

          Posted by Grumpy on 14/4/2019, 10:39:38, in reply to "The crucial turning point yesterday "

          I`ll go continually selecting Lee in a starting position. Not contributed for months but always in the line up.
          That said he has been part of the unbeaten run so can`t be too critical. Cummings should have been started in front in my view.

            Re: The crucial turning point yesterday

            Posted by KS on 14/4/2019, 10:37:04, in reply to "The crucial turning point yesterday "

            Whether or not the penalty was soft/should have been given / the ref was evening up for earlier "mistakes" etc etc is immaterial.

            Whats important is how you respond and quite simply we went to pieces passing and ball retention woeful.

            Connollys introduction might well have been due to Cornick taking a knock but at that stage 15 mins after the equaliser midfield had to intents and purposes disappeared.

              Re: The crucial turning point yesterday

              Posted by Trigger on 14/4/2019, 10:29:04, in reply to "The crucial turning point yesterday "

              Pelly didn't get booked though so how is that the crucial turning point?

                Apart from that not actually happening, I agree it was the turning point

                Posted by Sandgrounder on 14/4/2019, 10:27:04, in reply to "The crucial turning point yesterday "

                I think the soft penalty was probably more of a factor

                  Re: The crucial turning point yesterday

                  Posted by HeathHatter on 14/4/2019, 10:07:51, in reply to "The crucial turning point yesterday "

                  For me the crucial turning point was probably Collins getting sent off the previous week. A strong spine is essential and with Rea/Macca out, losing Collins was a huge blow - even more so with Hylton and Lua Lua being out injured as well.

                  We could really do with having some players back from injury, although it's some comfort that none of the four teams we still have to play are anywhere near to being as good as Charlton.

                    Re: The crucial turning point yesterday

                    Posted by Toddingtonsteve on 14/4/2019, 9:58:22, in reply to "The crucial turning point yesterday "

                    We lacked anyone to hold the ball up front. Of the “front three” two were rusty having hardly played and one had changed position. I really don’t know what Cummins needs to do to start.

                      Re: The crucial turning point yesterday

                      Posted by Mahatma Gander on 14/4/2019, 9:44:58, in reply to "The crucial turning point yesterday "

                      Agreed, pen was a joke but on the day the best team won.

                      I'd add what a fine goal it was we scored though.

                      Concerned about the injuries, especially if Cornick also has one but we're still up there and I can't wait to be at Accy on Saturday and back at home the Tuesday after, two big games in four days, love it!

                      And yes well done to those who stayed at the end to applaud the team, what a fantastic record and with less injuries I suspect it would still be going. It's easy to be a supporter when we are winning.

                        Re: The crucial turning point yesterday

                        Posted by Gothenburg Hatter on 14/4/2019, 10:13:07, in reply to "Re: The crucial turning point yesterday "

                        Poor decisions change games and there's no doubt Charlton sensed victory after the penalty. Had it not been given, and it shouldn't of, then Charlton would have become increasingly frustrated. Instead we started to look uncertain,made uncharacteristic errors and allowed them to score two poor goals. The loss was bound to come and many called it before the game especially when missing key players up front.
                        Thought our first half performance was very good against an in form Charlton. Taylor was causing us problems and their CB, Sarr, was immense. If Charlton don't go up wouldn't mind us having a look at him.
                        Our fans came over loud and proud on ifollow. Respect!
                        Now we have a week to prepare for Accrington. Fully expect us to get the show back on the road.

                          Re: The crucial turning point yesterday

                          Posted by Solingen Hatter on 14/4/2019, 12:33:13, in reply to "Re: The crucial turning point yesterday "

                          It looked to me as though a couple of players had the wrong studs in.

                            Re: The crucial turning point yesterday

                            Posted by Ches Fordroad on 14/4/2019, 11:54:37, in reply to "Re: The crucial turning point yesterday "

                            Not only was it not a penalty, it should’ve been a yellow card. Which would’ve been his second. Another reason why that spineless #### gave it.

                          Re: The crucial turning point yesterday

                          Posted by Magic Trees on 14/4/2019, 9:36:42, in reply to "The crucial turning point yesterday "

                          Forget about yesterday, it was shit and should be erased from the memory.

                          The next game against 'who are day, exactly', is all that matters now.


                            Re: The crucial turning point yesterday

                            Posted by j on 14/4/2019, 9:33:36, in reply to "The crucial turning point yesterday "

                            The penalty was a disgraceful decision. completely turned the game. Momentum was with them and it also helped the crowd get right behind them.

                              Re: The crucial turning point yesterday

                              Posted by HeathHatter on 14/4/2019, 10:03:13, in reply to "Re: The crucial turning point yesterday "

                              I thought the ref was affected by the abuse he got from the home fans in the first half. He appeared to be desperate to give Charlton as many decisions as he could to get the crowd off his back.

                              That said, they may well have scored anyway eventually. It's just that he handed them the equaliser on a plate.

                              Re: The crucial turning point yesterday

                              Posted by Philthehatter on 14/4/2019, 9:29:37, in reply to "The crucial turning point yesterday "

                              Pen was a joke, should have been sent off for diving
                              Refs give pens for anything these days, does my head in.

                                Re: The crucial turning point yesterday

                                Posted by Oh dear me on 14/4/2019, 10:23:34, in reply to "Re: The crucial turning point yesterday "

                                Simulation is not a red card offence. I do wish fans would learn the laws of the game, the fact that most don't is what "does my head in."

                                  Re: The crucial turning point yesterday

                                  Posted by Peter Griffin on 14/4/2019, 11:25:35, in reply to "Re: The crucial turning point yesterday "

                                  Oh dear oh dear, you’ve made yourself look a right knob there haven’t you.

                                    Re: The crucial turning point yesterday

                                    Posted by Sandgrounder on 14/4/2019, 10:29:57, in reply to "Re: The crucial turning point yesterday "

                                    He’d already been booked though, therefore would have been sent off for the dive. Maybe you should learn the laws?

                                      Re: The crucial turning point yesterday

                                      Posted by Spix Spotter on 14/4/2019, 10:39:17, in reply to "Re: The crucial turning point yesterday "

                                      Spix is a stupid old twat who doesn't know his arse from his elbow mate. Has reffed a few kickabouts like most of us but thinks he knows it all.

                                      Re: The crucial turning point yesterday

                                      Posted by Billy Bibble on 14/4/2019, 10:28:10, in reply to "Re: The crucial turning point yesterday "

                                      He was already on a yellow dear

                                    Re: The crucial turning point yesterday

                                    Posted by TOWN on 14/4/2019, 9:23:29, in reply to "The crucial turning point yesterday "

                                    Agree with most of that apart from a lot left on and before the whistle with long faces.

                                      Re: The crucial turning point yesterday

                                      Posted by bbb on 14/4/2019, 9:19:44, in reply to "The crucial turning point yesterday "

                                      I was halfway to London Bridge by the time the ref blew for full time.

                                      I'll applaud all day long when they deserve it. They didnt yesterday. That second half was woeful.

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