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(03-02-2024, 09:03 PM)Daveangel Wrote:  I really do think the colour of our shirts is the least of our problems at the monent! Smile
That’s true, in some ways it will be fitting to be relegated in red though so that we can get promoted back up in yellow

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#42

(03-02-2024, 09:10 PM)Mr.Magoo Wrote:  Would you prefer a Port or Starboard cabin on the Titanic?
Starboard, I want to see the iceberg as it rips open the ship.
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(03-02-2024, 09:21 PM)HeathBrewer Wrote:  Starboard, I want to see the iceberg as it rips open the ship.
That'll be green then.

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A few familiar faces at the game today

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(03-02-2024, 09:30 PM)Neil Wrote:  A few familiar faces at the game today

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That’s how much it meant to local players Legends all.
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(03-02-2024, 09:30 PM)Neil Wrote:  A few familiar faces at the game today

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Sign them up?....

King's Lynn's scorers today we're both new signings. Their website indicates they've been busy on that front. They didn't seem to be any better than us today. What was noticeable was the amount of predictable crosses that ended up going straight into the hands of their keeper - it was the same against Blyth. Their defence in general packed the box everytime we attacked, whereas ours looked flimsy. As for our keeper, it looked as if he gave the ball away to one of their players towards the end and we were lucky they didn't score a third.
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(03-02-2024, 10:13 PM)Paul Wrote:  Sign them up?....

King's Lynn's scorers today we're both new signings. Their website indicates they've been busy on that front. They didn't seem to be any better than us today. What was noticeable was the amount of predictable crosses that ended up going straight into the hands of their keeper - it was the same against Blyth. Their defence in general packed the box everytime we attacked, whereas ours looked flimsy. As for our keeper, it looked as if he gave the ball away to one of their players towards the end and we were lucky they didn't score a third.

That is because they have new backers so actually have some money to spend. Whereas we have a person in charge with no money to spend.
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(03-02-2024, 10:13 PM)Paul Wrote:  Sign them up?....

King's Lynn's scorers today we're both new signings. Their website indicates they've been busy on that front. They didn't seem to be any better than us today. What was noticeable was the amount of predictable crosses that ended up going straight into the hands of their keeper - it was the same against Blyth. Their defence in general packed the box everytime we attacked, whereas ours looked flimsy. As for our keeper, it looked as if he gave the ball away to one of their players towards the end and we were lucky they didn't score a third.

You talk about crosses, Louis McGrory had a great chance to put in a low centre for Danny Wright in the first half, it was too close to the keeper. Their first goal came from an identical cross. Not knocking Louis though, he set up our goal. I think he makes a good right back.

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(03-02-2024, 10:28 PM)Neil Wrote:  You talk about crosses, Louis McGrory had a great chance to put in a low centre for Danny Wright in the first half, it was too close to the keeper. Their first goal came from an identical cross. Not knocking Louis though, he set up our goal. I think he makes a good right back.
That's what I mean, our crosses time and again came in too close to their keeper. Same thing in the Blyth game. They need to be going in slightly further out. Fine if a striker can get to a close cross before the keeper, but with the taller keepers we face the chances appear to be less - and both KL's and Blyth's keepers are tall blokes. Meanwhile, let's hope our 18 year old goalkeeping prodigy from Cardiff is up to it, as we're already missing Jeacock. Perhaps Liam was just settling back in today.
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#50

2 average/poor sides out there today. Kings Lynn hasn't won since before Christmas.

A game of fine margins. Danny played Theo in with a lovely touch, but he skied it, minutes before KL's first. Cracking save by their keeper from a Wright header too.

I didn't like the narrow midfield today. The width was left to the full backs, who were both out of their natural positions. A bit too much for them I think.

I hope Reckord is back for next match. Today's first goal doesn't happen if he's playing.
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