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« Reply #140 on: April 15, 2018, 13:06:40 pm »

Correct!

I think luck does come into it. Deflections etc. How on earth Taylor’s 2nd went in amazed me.Talk about good fortune. Or was it sublime skill by our centre half in the right place at the right time.
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« Reply #141 on: April 15, 2018, 17:39:35 pm »

My opinion on the game may be different from those not actually there, fairly obvious comment.
In many ways Dean Austin's performance on the day, especially after the Blackpool debacle was good. His team selection was more or less correct although I did not personally agree with it. For instance, I would not have selected  JJOT in such a forward role; would use Crooks for that. It was telling that Long was omitted as was Hoskins. The actual performance was as in Defenders words defend, defend! Interspaced with the occasional attack. It was in these attacks that we looked ok. ROD performance was somewhat mild, no major saves to make but I missed his weak punch which led to their equaliser. Our second goal was against the run of play but an excellent goal none the less. Very good run by Grimes(who I thought played well.) a through pass to Hoskins who scored with well-placed goal. I thought Taylor and Barnett played their part and were conspicuous when the chips were down. Taylor played an awful pass to a Bury player who then scored the second equaliser.  For a time we sat deeper and deeper surrendering the midfield. Cue for agonised shouts from the 437 support, but it was also encouraging as it was bourne by desperation for a win. In the final 15/20 minutes, we gradually became more positive getting onto the front foot. It was good to see that we didn't fold after the second equaliser. After a short period of pressure and two minutes from time the ball fell to Taylor who only had one option from the acute angle that is square across goal and hope for the best. Maybe it was an attempt on goal but a goal it was. From the resulting celebrations, you would have thought that we had secured L1 status for another season! The victory was welcome after two barren months and at least we can go into the Plymouth game with a little hope. I was disappointed a bit with JJOT's performance who was I thought to far forward and he certainly tired in the final 15/20 mins. As said Grimes played well, McWilliams played well in patches and made some good runs. Hoskins certainly played his part forever troubling their defence and justifying his selection by his goal. Martin Smith eat your heart out. Hoskins is a much-maligned player. All the players played their part in what might be a memorable win.  The crowd did well too and it was refreshing to be amongst fans who on the day only wanted the best for the club. No negativity here, they were real heroes of the day. Incidentally, Bury was better than some on here led me to believe. Often playing from deep in their half, with a left winger playing with spirit; fortunately, they had no quality cutting edge.
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« Reply #142 on: April 15, 2018, 18:23:51 pm »

Did anyone else get on Ash Taylor to score a brace at 250/1? 

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« Reply #143 on: April 15, 2018, 18:31:55 pm »

Grin Grin very good
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« Reply #144 on: April 15, 2018, 18:40:18 pm »

My opinion on the game may be different from those not actually there, fairly obvious comment.
In many ways Dean Austin's performance on the day, especially after the Blackpool debacle was good. His team selection was more or less correct although I did not personally agree with it. For instance, I would not have selected  JJOT in such a forward role; would use Crooks for that. It was telling that Long was omitted as was Hoskins. The actual performance was as in Defenders words defend, defend! Interspaced with the occasional attack. It was in these attacks that we looked ok. ROD performance was somewhat mild, no major saves to make but I missed his weak punch which led to their equaliser. Our second goal was against the run of play but an excellent goal none the less. Very good run by Grimes(who I thought played well.) a through pass to Hoskins who scored with well-placed goal. I thought Taylor and Barnett played their part and were conspicuous when the chips were down. Taylor played an awful pass to a Bury player who then scored the second equaliser.  For a time we sat deeper and deeper surrendering the midfield. Cue for agonised shouts from the 437 support, but it was also encouraging as it was bourne by desperation for a win. In the final 15/20 minutes, we gradually became more positive getting onto the front foot. It was good to see that we didn't fold after the second equaliser. After a short period of pressure and two minutes from time the ball fell to Taylor who only had one option from the acute angle that is square across goal and hope for the best. Maybe it was an attempt on goal but a goal it was. From the resulting celebrations, you would have thought that we had secured L1 status for another season! The victory was welcome after two barren months and at least we can go into the Plymouth game with a little hope. I was disappointed a bit with JJOT's performance who was I thought to far forward and he certainly tired in the final 15/20 mins. As said Grimes played well, McWilliams played well in patches and made some good runs. Hoskins certainly played his part forever troubling their defence and justifying his selection by his goal. Martin Smith eat your heart out. Hoskins is a much-maligned player. All the players played their part in what might be a memorable win.  The crowd did well too and it was refreshing to be amongst fans who on the day only wanted the best for the club. No negativity here, they were real heroes of the day. Incidentally, Bury was better than some on here led me to believe. Often playing from deep in their half, with a left winger playing with spirit; fortunately, they had no quality cutting edge.

Your opinions are likely to be very different to most actually there also 😉
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« Reply #145 on: April 15, 2018, 19:27:52 pm »

At being facetious twats?
Just discussing you (with your bruv and our brigade) in Manchester yesterday, that fair play, through it all you never resort to personal jibes or name calling...then there's this!  Grin
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« Reply #146 on: April 15, 2018, 19:30:12 pm »

Your opinions are likely to be very different to most actually there also 😉

Fair enough - I will check on that!
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« Reply #147 on: April 15, 2018, 19:36:12 pm »

Did anyone else get on Ash Taylor to score a brace at 250/1? 

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No but I can claim to have backed him to score first at Oxford. I seem to remember it was around 10/1. Never backed him to score before or since..
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« Reply #148 on: April 15, 2018, 19:44:01 pm »

No but I can claim to have backed him to score first at Oxford. I seem to remember it was around 10/1. Never backed him to score before or since..

I had £15.00 on Pleasant Company to win only to be outdone by a photo finish.
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« Reply #149 on: April 15, 2018, 23:05:02 pm »

Did anyone else get on Ash Taylor to score a brace at 250/1? 

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I had him at 14's to score.  Grin
He was 40's to score first and I didn't take it.  Sad
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« Reply #150 on: April 15, 2018, 23:09:13 pm »

I had him at 14's to score.  Grin
He was 40's to score first and I didn't take it.  Sad
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« Reply #151 on: April 15, 2018, 23:18:19 pm »

When the fun stops STOP.... Grin Grin

Had a 50-1 each way placed in the National from my HE sweepstake horse and WBA at 18's to win today as well.  Cool
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« Reply #152 on: April 16, 2018, 00:11:20 am »

Had a 50-1 each way placed in the National from my HE sweepstake horse and WBA at 18's to win today as well.  Cool

I bet you never have pots of paint fall on you when you walk under scaffolding, either......

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« Reply #153 on: April 17, 2018, 09:20:31 am »

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