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(05-12-2020, 04:43 PM)Citygull Wrote:  Chips v Slough free on YouTube. A host of ex City players and a 45 year old keeper after Puddy was sent off last week.

Love that you can skip to any point, go to https://youtu.be/C6rcN_dMhBU?t=5061 to see the sending off, the goalkeeper didn't trip him at all, terrible decision.

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#12

He wasn't so chipper come the end of the game.

10 out of 10 for footballing zen
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#13

(05-12-2020, 05:32 PM)SHANDY LOVE MACHINE Wrote:  Go onto Guiseley v Brackley and watch from the 66th minute. Fantastic goal for Guiseley and wonderful performance by the tannoy announcer.

Take notes Charlie.

That’s the game I went with, Shandy.  The first half was as dull as dishwater but it improved as the game went on.
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#14

Yep, Brackley showed good spirit.

I myself watched 13 games live screened, while outside watching at least two matches at grass roots in the flesh.

I hoover up football.

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#15

LOL, I just clicked at points on that Chippenham feed and thanks to the score in the top corner was able to see the best bits but edged forward to 90 mins and was pleased to see 2-1 change to 2-2. I have nothing against them but it made me smile that they'd thrown away a two goal lead.

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#16

Great finish from Joe Hanks though for their second. As he raced forward and the commentator described his surge, it felt like he was one of us still.

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(05-12-2020, 06:32 PM)Neil Wrote:  LOL, I just clicked at points on that Chippenham feed and thanks to the score in the top corner was able to see the best bits but edged forward to 90 mins and was pleased to see 2-1 change to 2-2. I have nothing against them but it made me smile that they'd thrown away a two goal lead.
It's a funny old game-- after being in charge when Hanks got the second, Chips ended up lucky to get a point- their stand in keeper made a superb save just before the equaliser.  Spencer was on the bench with Tom Harrison (who joined us briefly last season) partnering Parselle in the middle.  Marlon played the first half looking somewhat out of touch  - the commentator said that was his first competitive outing of the season after injury.
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(05-12-2020, 06:44 PM)SHANDY LOVE MACHINE Wrote:  Great finish from Joe Hanks though for their second. As he raced forward and the commentator described his surge, it felt like he was one of us still.

He's the only player I regret letting go. It must be a shitty drive for him to training and games, no direct route from Gloucester to Chippenham.

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#19

Also watched Chippenham only because of ex City players imo and only imo it didn’t seem quite so skilful or “slick and professional “ as us. Good point for them.
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#20

One thing that did occur to me watching the Guiseley was how poor their pitch is; it resembles a ploughed field.

I thought the same a couple of weeks ago when we played them.
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