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BCFC Richard

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  1. BCFC Richard

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    Agreed I'm for tech in football when their is an easy clear cut decision - goal tech or offside I think it is/would be good for. But VAR is inconsistently used and still gets if wrong sometimes anyway.
  2. Saw this stat on BBC. Of current teams within the top four tiers of English league football, only Liverpool (1) and Manchester City (6) have lost fewer league games (excl. playoffs) than Sunderland (7) since Jack Ross was appointed ahead of 2018-19. Unless he was playing some utterly dire football he has got to feel unlucky.
  3. Loving the competition within the team right now. We have great depth in pretty much every position Nagy and Kalas should be back from injury soon and whoever gets left out at their expense is going to be unlucky and you could make a good case for any of the players keeping their place. DaSilva will presumably come back in too but (whilst I think that's the right decision) it's going to be harsh or Rowe who has stepped up brilliantly. Pereira has barely had a look in with hunt in such great form but his presence has surely been part of what has pushed Hunt on. And I think there is a element of pressure on most players to perform or risk their place. Hopefully that's something that's pushes us on.
  4. How about Lamine Diaby-Fadiga? Not sure if he's good enough but reasonable record as French youth international, definitely wouldn't fully pass DNA as he's just been sacked by Nice for stealing a teammates Watch! Not really a serious suggestion but was just interested if he can sign for a club? Or does he have to wait for January and the transfer market to reopen? Link.
  5. A fair few on Preston forum saying Bentley was the difference, and they'd like a keeper like him.
  6. Thought he was good today, unlucky not to stay on but I think LJ could see it was getting more and more physical. He tracked back well and his pressing uptop was good too, nothing to get overexcited about but solid and was better than last appearance. Needs to be given a chance and I would hope he keeps getting minutes either by starting or a relatively early sub.
  7. I was hit head on by a drunk driver, had a skull fracture, fractured wrist and whiplash. So these injuries definitely possible. All healed fine and no lasting effects - supprisingly the only sign left that it ever happened is on one of my wrist where I still have slightly visible burn makes ftom w b en the airbag deployed.
  8. BCFC Richard

    Pne?

    Just incase anyone needs this info still. POTD, confirmed of OS Link.
  9. BCFC Richard

    Pne?

    I think that's what he's doing.
  10. You are on a thread where not one person agrees with you, where you argument has been proved wrong, where someone from the police (who you think you are defending/protecting!?) says you are wrong and was a witness, where other witnesses say you are wrong. And rather that except that you call for somone who was there and part of the police to use common sense! Honestly man up, say you got this wrong, apologies, use your own advice, use some common sense.
  11. Missed the most clear cut chances in the division whilst being a statue? That really doesn't make sense - do you think we are just outstandingly creative? I think we have a habit on here of turning on players when it looks like they may be on the way out or when we have someone better now in. This happened with Flint and Fielding to give other recent examples. Its fine to say Afobe is a better player but we don't need to trash Fammy to make that point. He has been loyal and made no fuss about being dropped clearly loves playing for the club and seems all round like a great bloke.
  12. Basically the way peoples reactions to RR's posts wind you up, and you feel clutter up and derail threads is how many, many posters feel about RR posts. Its hard not to say something sometimes and he goes out of his way to wind up posters he knows he has a particular effect on and consitantly posts in threads saying how they are pointless and he has no interest in them.
  13. From the OS. (some already covered above) Young goalkeeper Lochlan Robertson, pictured, kept a clean sheet in Evesham United's 2-0 home win against Winchester City. James Morton pulled the strings for Forest Green Rovers, grabbing an assist in their 1-0 win against Colchester United. Bath City drew 2-2 wit Eastbourne Borough at Twerton Park, where winger Owura Edwards put in a man-of-the-match display for the Romans. Max O’Leary played the full 90 minutes for Shrewsbury Town who were held to a 1-1 draw with AFC Wimbledon. It was a similar tale for Zak Vyner, with Aberdeen drawing 1-1 with St Johnstone. Tom Harrison was named in a League Two team of the week, for his display in Gloucester City’s 2-2 draw with King’s Lynn Town. And Matty Taylor came off the bench in Oxford United's 3-0 victory over Tranmere Rovers. Liam Walsh was booked in Coventry City’s 0-0 draw v Burton, meanwhile there was defeat for Robbie Cundy (Chesterfield 1-0 Torquay United). Lincoln City also lost 1-0 against Bristol Rovers, despite a man-of-the-match showing from Joe Morrell.
  14. I'd mostly agree, I thought he struggled to get in the game but to be fair the chance he had wasn't easy - he made a good run, his first touch/control on the run is actually superb,, he is actually under a bit of pressure and snatches at the shot a bit but considering the speed of everything I thought he did ok on that play.
  15. I think palmer coming in particularly (pure guess work) but I suspect if we hadn't got him Szmodics would have played most games. It's a long season though, no rush to get him in when things are going well. I'm sure hell be needed at some point and may even force his way in.
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