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Numero Uno

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Numero Uno last won the day on February 16 2015

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  1. Good hard strike but I would be looking for a National League South keeper to be stopping that.
  2. The fact that the league table that counts varies significantly from the xG league table only reinforces to me that these things should only be used to sift out relevant data on individual players. Over reliance on this stuff is pointless in my opinion, similarly to Prozone and other “tools” that are used. I still like to think that coaches still put a lot of emphasis on what they actually SEE not what a piece of software is telling them. Football is not and never has been an exact science. Too much of the game is subjective and down to human error/luck at times not to mention mental factors that simply cannot be measured or predicted. To me, relying on xG to predict where you SHOULD be in the league table or what the result of a game SHOULD have been is a huge misinterpretation.
  3. That’s not exaggeration, that’s crazy under estimation.........
  4. Rotation I would guess to freshen things up and it did no harm. It’s just a shame we didn’t have that option in the Centre Midfield area. No criticism of Brownhill or Massengo at all. They gave it their all but we’re just 10% down on their usual standards (Massengo having ridiculously high standards for an 18 year old kid tbf).
  5. It was probably the perfect transfer tbh. He lost his way slightly at Brentford so they cashed in making a very decent profit, as is their way, and we got a keeper who seems to be moving on to the next level and well worth the outlay. If he does lose form we have a more than adequate back up too and with both O’Leary and Woolacott getting 40 odd much needed games under their belts this season barring injury we seem to have the Goalkeeper situation well under control.
  6. Agree. They are literally BORING to watch.
  7. Very unusual situation but they both did well. What has happened to Man Utd? Dreadful last Monday and even worse today.
  8. Yes, we played poorly and rode our luck but our undoubted resilience got us the win. I will leave the micro analysis and presumably “fair” comments about Semenyo bring Downs League standard to everyone else.........
  9. Dasilva, Kalas, Nagy, Baker, Smith and Afobe all unavailable yesterday following two tough away games in a row for differing reasons and yet people are still whingeing like **** cos we ground out a one niller.
  10. Been pleasantly surprised by Moore. Has really stepped up in level.
  11. Massengo was a 6 for me, 4 is harsh. Brownhill the same. Both running the engine room on vapour and I can’t blame either of them for that.
  12. Not worried about Brownhill tbh. He gets through a huge amount of work and with no cover I think tiredness caught up with him. Nothing to do with fitness, just sharpness and a heavy touch is a good indicator of that.
  13. Is that the same 30 the Fewers use to describe the capacity of the stadium being built in the next 22 months?
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