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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. Same and the poor tent ender even suggested we would lose 4-1 yesterday.......
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    Over 100 seasons? He’s aged well.
  3. What it did was get people off their seats, the first time in a long time we can say that.
  4. You could argue our football had an identity today!!
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    I would say Ollie Watkins has got more raw talent but Grant more know how. His movement caused Williams and Baker all sorts of problems.
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    Which Watkins? Marley or Ollie?
  7. Massengo has footwork that any footballer bar the likes of Messi would die for. He is going to be some player when he matures, top drawer.
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    Agreed. Superb movement. Also thought Bacuna looked useful, an upgrade on Palmer probably. If the Crowley brothers sort them out defensively, which on today’s evidence is some job, they will cause future opponents problems. Mitrovic?
  9. I’m inclined to agree with this. As a team, bar Luton and the other night, we have resilience which is not related to coaching, that’s just a good solid attitude and willingness to scrap. That should always be a feature of our team. Our attacking play, however, is completely lacking an identity due to over complication imo. Whilst it’s nice to have many different ways of playing and scoring the team needs a core way of playing. Outside of set pieces we have no identity. Either attack down the middle predominantly either via a target man or balls in behind or alternatively get the ball out wide and sling crosses in predominantly BUT with enough players in the box to get on the end of them. If the chosen “identity” isn’t working in any given game THEN that’s the time to mix it up a bit. At the moment we are trying to be everything and doing nothing from an attacking point of view. Defensively we are drilled, going forward we are anything but.
  10. Agree with the non aggression out of possession. First half was like watching a training session where Forest were allowed to have the ball and we were only interested in keeping our shape and playing on the counter. Almost like a perfect away set up but the problem was we were at home. Are Forest that good or our players so limited that we had to play that way? Those tactics are ok if you grind out a 1-0 but if you don’t then people will inevitably moan. For us season ticket holders we can take it in the round but if your game of football was called off yesterday and you parted with thirty odd sheets to watch that are you coming back in a hurry?
  11. Championship “Top 6” football where the Manager sets up at home like an away team because he is that terrified of Nottingham Forest? That is literally what we did for 45 minutes today. Not moaning about the result tbh but that first half was the first time this season I’ve seriously questioned what the Manager was doing. It’s not what I want to watch on a long term basis, I know that much.......
  12. Watkins is crap, Big Dave is crap, Semenyo is crap, Rodri is crap, our only decent forward is out for the season, O’Dowda offers nothing, Rowe isn’t a full back and our midfield get well and truly battered every single week. Oh and don’t forget the only table that counts, xG, shows us firmly adrift at the bottom. Just cannot see how we can possibly stay in this division with that lot against us.
  13. Great strike mind, not knocking that.
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    Great strike but does Bentley save that? Keeper could see that right from the moment it left the boot. Move your bloody feet and tip it round the post!!
  15. This is a new ploy by the Fewers. That paltry home attendance now means their away numbers as a percentage of home has gone through the roof.......making them the best supported team in Bristol by miles.
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