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« Reply #20 on: September 12, 2018, 12:18:45 pm »

There's no escaping from that fact. On the subject of last season here's some interesting stats I thought I'd share:

Over November and December last season we conceded 19 goals in 9 matches. The heaviest defeat came in the 5-1 against Oldham, who were ultimately relegated last season.

From the beginning of January through to late March our defensive record was 18 conceded in 14 matches. The heaviest defeat in that run of games was the 3-0 home defeat to Rotherham, who ultimately got promoted last season.

In the remaining run of 7 matches last season we conceded 14.ė

Our goals conceded average went down from just over 2 goals per match from the matches played over November and December, to just 1.3 goals conceded per match over 14 matches played from beginning of January through to late March, then back up again to 2 goals conceded per match during the run in.

The better run of form was with Bunney as a regular starter, the worse runs of form were before he had been signed and after he had been dropped. Turnbull also played regularly during the improved run of form in the new year.

Pierre only played in the first 19 matches of last season, before he got injured. In that time we conceded 32 goals of which the heaviest defeat came in the 6-0 against Bristol Rovers. That's a goals conceded rate of 1.7 per match, jumping up to 2 per match following his injury.

In the first 7 matches in which Facey started following his signing, we conceded 7 goals in 7 matches, an average of 1 goal per game.

This then jumped up to exactly 2 goals per game in Facey's next 6 games after Bunney had been dropped for Buchanan.

Facey did not play in the final game against Oldham, where we again conceded 2 goals, which continued the 2 goals pg average.

Taylor and Buchanan were the only players who were regular starters in the back four during both of the worse runs of defensive form last season.

In the 32 matches where both Taylor and Buchanan played together we conceded 59 goals, an average of just under 2 goals per game.

Last seasons final average was 77 conceded in 46, or roughly 1.66 goals per match.

So far this season we have conceded 11 in 7 games, or roughly 1.6 goals per match.

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« Reply #21 on: September 12, 2018, 12:47:56 pm »

There's no escaping from that fact. On the subject of last season here's some interesting stats I thought I'd share:

Over November and December last season we conceded 19 goals in 9 matches. The heaviest defeat came in the 5-1 against Oldham, who were ultimately relegated last season.

From the beginning of January through to late March our defensive record was 18 conceded in 14 matches. The heaviest defeat in that run of games was the 3-0 home defeat to Rotherham, who ultimately got promoted last season.

In the remaining run of 7 matches last season we conceded 14.

Our goals conceded average went down from just over 2 goals per match from the matches played over November and December, to just 1.3 goals conceded per match over 14 matches played from beginning of January through to late March, then back up again to 2 goals conceded per match during the run in.

The better run of form was with Bunney as a regular starter, the worse runs of form were before he had been signed and after he had been dropped. Turnbull also played regularly during the improved run of form in the new year.

Pierre only played in the first 19 matches of last season, before he got injured. In that time we conceded 32 goals of which the heaviest defeat came in the 6-0 against Bristol Rovers. That's a goals conceded rate of 1.7 per match, jumping up to 2 per match following his injury.

In the first 7 matches in which Facey started following his signing, we conceded 7 goals in 7 matches, an average of 1 goal per game.

This then jumped up to exactly 2 goals per game in Facey's next 6 games after Bunney had been dropped for Buchanan.

Facey did not play in the final game against Oldham, where we again conceded 2 goals, which continued the 2 goals pg average.

Taylor and Buchanan were the only players who were regular starters in the back four during both of the worse runs of defensive form last season.

In the 32 matches where both Taylor and Buchanan played together we conceded 59 goals, an average of just under 2 goals per game.

Last seasons final average was 77 conceded in 46, or roughly 1.66 goals per match.

So far this season we have conceded 11 in 7 games, or roughly 1.6 goals per match.

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« Reply #22 on: September 12, 2018, 13:20:34 pm »

Anybody fancy a pint?

I was thinking more about the dropping of the two obvious liabilities in the back four, but a pint couldn't make 'em play any worse I guess.
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« Reply #23 on: September 12, 2018, 13:49:59 pm »

There's no escaping from that fact. On the subject of last season here's some interesting stats I thought I'd share:

Over November and December last season we conceded 19 goals in 9 matches. The heaviest defeat came in the 5-1 against Oldham, who were ultimately relegated last season.

From the beginning of January through to late March our defensive record was 18 conceded in 14 matches. The heaviest defeat in that run of games was the 3-0 home defeat to Rotherham, who ultimately got promoted last season.

In the remaining run of 7 matches last season we conceded 14.

Our goals conceded average went down from just over 2 goals per match from the matches played over November and December, to just 1.3 goals conceded per match over 14 matches played from beginning of January through to late March, then back up again to 2 goals conceded per match during the run in.

The better run of form was with Bunney as a regular starter, the worse runs of form were before he had been signed and after he had been dropped. Turnbull also played regularly during the improved run of form in the new year.

Pierre only played in the first 19 matches of last season, before he got injured. In that time we conceded 32 goals of which the heaviest defeat came in the 6-0 against Bristol Rovers. That's a goals conceded rate of 1.7 per match, jumping up to 2 per match following his injury.

In the first 7 matches in which Facey started following his signing, we conceded 7 goals in 7 matches, an average of 1 goal per game.

This then jumped up to exactly 2 goals per game in Facey's next 6 games after Bunney had been dropped for Buchanan.

Facey did not play in the final game against Oldham, where we again conceded 2 goals, which continued the 2 goals pg average.

Taylor and Buchanan were the only players who were regular starters in the back four during both of the worse runs of defensive form last season.

In the 32 matches where both Taylor and Buchanan played together we conceded 59 goals, an average of just under 2 goals per game.

Last seasons final average was 77 conceded in 46, or roughly 1.66 goals per match.

So far this season we have conceded 11 in 7 games, or roughly 1.6 goals per match.

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Can you give me a few days to get back to you on this one please? Theres an awful lot to digest.
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« Reply #24 on: September 12, 2018, 13:53:54 pm »


Can you give me a few days to get back to you on this one please? Theres an awful lot to digest.

Needs a good spreadsheet...
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« Reply #25 on: September 12, 2018, 14:01:09 pm »

Needs a good spreadsheet...

That may be the reason he/she has deleted their account. Their computer crashed!  Grin
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« Reply #26 on: September 12, 2018, 14:18:54 pm »

I was thinking more about the dropping of the two obvious liabilities in the back four, but a pint couldn't make 'em play any worse I guess.
Come back Clarence, don’t listen to that nasty Drilling!
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« Reply #27 on: September 12, 2018, 14:27:52 pm »

Come back Clarence, don’t listen to that nasty Drilling!

More like nasty 71Cobbler and nasty yourself. He/she had long gone when I took the p1ss!  Grin
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« Reply #28 on: September 12, 2018, 15:06:07 pm »

Interesting that we were at our best defensively without Buchs. Our fans were chanting for him to play when Bunney was playing.
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« Reply #29 on: September 12, 2018, 21:28:50 pm »

Interesting that we were at our best defensively without Buchs. Our fans were chanting for him to play when Bunney was playing.
But what if Buchs was not playing in one of those”Easier Games to Come” games. That means the other defenders were defending in the easier games, and Buchs was defending in the harder games. For a defender to have a poor defensive record of defending in harder games is easier to defend than defending the indefensible of defending the defensive record of poor defending of a defender in easier games?
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« Reply #30 on: September 12, 2018, 22:58:53 pm »

But what if Buchs was not playing in one of those”Easier Games to Come” games. That means the other defenders were defending in the easier games, and Buchs was defending in the harder games. For a defender to have a poor defensive record of defending in harder games is easier to defend than defending the indefensible of defending the defensive record of poor defending of a defender in easier games?

But what about if the other players were soldiered on through an hidden injury or possibly a slight head cold and the chemist had run out of Patanjali Tulsi Panchang Juice? Surely that would even out the easier games in to harder games wouldn't it? Also we may have had poorer refs during the easier games and harder cheese in out sandwiches than when our cheese was soft and easier to chew. What about then?
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« Reply #31 on: September 13, 2018, 08:34:45 am »

But what about if the other players were soldiered on through an hidden injury or possibly a slight head cold and the chemist had run out of Patanjali Tulsi Panchang Juice? Surely that would even out the easier games in to harder games wouldn't it? Also we may have had poorer refs during the easier games and harder cheese in out sandwiches than when our cheese was soft and easier to chew. What about then?
Perfectly good question posed by Melbourne and you come up with this, tut.
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« Reply #32 on: September 13, 2018, 10:05:17 am »

Perfectly good question posed by Melbourne and you come up with this, tut.
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« Reply #33 on: September 13, 2018, 12:03:30 pm »

Perfectly good question posed by Melbourne and you come up with this, tut.

So you dismiss my valid points out of hand with no further a forethought  Cry 
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« Reply #34 on: September 13, 2018, 12:04:41 pm »

Thanks for defending me Clarity

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« Reply #35 on: September 13, 2018, 20:48:28 pm »

Interesting that we were at our best defensively without Buchs. Our fans were chanting for him to play when Bunney was playing.

Only because of how bad Bunney was, not how good Buchs is. Jimmy was rIght to look to replace buchs he just signed the wrong replacement.
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« Reply #36 on: September 13, 2018, 22:18:11 pm »

Only because of how bad Bunney was, not how good Buchs is. Jimmy was rIght to look to replace buchs he just signed the wrong replacement.

Bunney has to be one of very few players to go on a season long loan from a League Two to League One club.
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« Reply #37 on: September 13, 2018, 22:35:07 pm »

Seemed like a strange one admittedly but he’s not exactly featuring much. 2 appearances I think.
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« Reply #38 on: September 14, 2018, 17:32:29 pm »

Bunney has been found out, he could not settle in the East Midlands and clearly due to his lack of appearances at Blackpool the sea air does not suit him either.His defensive qualities are sadly lacking. Best bet is to dismiss him as a bad signing by Jimmy F and leave it at that.
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« Reply #39 on: September 14, 2018, 19:42:32 pm »

Bunney has been found out, he could not settle in the East Midlands and clearly due to his lack of appearances at Blackpool the sea air does not suit him either.His defensive qualities are sadly lacking. Best bet is to dismiss him as a bad signing by Jimmy F and leave it at that.

Yes, but he still has another year left on his contract after this current season. 
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