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Port Said Red

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Port Said Red last won the day on September 14 2019

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    Treating those impostors of triumph and disaster just the same
  • Birthday 12/01/1962

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  1. But there is no such thing as a settled 11 in modern football, ok I'll rephrase and say 11 first team squad members. The point is that especially with the current schedule, a coach needs the ability to make changes game by game, losing 11 players has significantly reduced his ability to do that.
  2. I doubt there is a manager in this league, or many in the one above us that could maintain consistency after losing 11 first team players, we were very consistent in the first 10/12 games, then the injuries started to pile up. If changing the coach changes that aituation then fine, but it doesn't.
  3. Should have seen red for the first challenge for sure.
  4. My point is that the time to discuss these things is when the season is mathematically over, especially the coaching side.
  5. So when Johnson was here, we were "streaky" and now we are inconsistent? What is the middle ground that would satisfy fans? Looking at the table, there are probably 15 teams that fall into the latter category, many, if the not the majority have "experienced coaches".
  6. I need to get used to these 23 game seasons, it still feels to me like there are 23 games to go. Oh well, there's always next season I guess.
  7. He showed signs of being that "ball carrier" that we are missing without Weimann or COD, but it was good to see his defensive work yesterday. When I have seen him play in the past, he seems to lack a football brain to some extent, almost like a player who hasn't been brought up in the profession. Yesterday he showed more understanding of his role, so maybe it's just that the coaches have found the right way to get their messages across.
  8. Pass the Hatchet, I Think I'm Goodkind - Yo La Tengo
  9. That will be one of those that gets better and better with the telling, by the time he's telling it to his grandkids it'll be "curled it away from the keeper with the outside of my left....."
  10. He did the same to Macguire and came almost to halfway line to do it. Any thoughts he might have had about playing deeper to get space, went straight out the window.
  11. Despite the criticism from the usual quarters, I think we have the right Management team for these youngsters. People just need to understand that HNM or any of the kids are going to have games where they look out of their depth, only the truly exceptional players look good consistently from a young age.
  12. Tisdale is still a better Manager than that previous bloke, at least he has had a dead cat bounce,.
  13. Mother and Child Reunion - Paul Simon
  14. There was Scamps too, next to Hofbrauhaus, Friday nights venue and there was Lourdes? on Fairfax street, by the time you got to the top of the stairs you were level with Union Street. A bouncer once pushed me down the steps, but I was so drunk, I rolled all the way down and landed on my feet and walked off to the next club.
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