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Re: Carlos Corberan
« Reply #2550 on: March 01, 2024, 11:00:49 PM »
Surprised that he didn’t put on Pipa or Bartley when Townsend came off but he probably thought game was over.

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« Reply #2551 on: March 01, 2024, 11:04:56 PM »
He’s substitutions are getting abit valerian estique,seems to bring same players on same time regardless of how the game is going ,thought he nearly cost us tonight as we looked in cruise control before he made the subs

Sorry, that is crazy talk. Their goal came from a sloppy and thankfully rare error from Kipre, nothing to do with the subs and one of those changes was dictated by Townsend going off injured. Freshening up the forward line with Wiemann & Swift was exactly the right changes to make. As was subbing Okay as he kept giving the ball away in dangerous areas. Bartley then expertly marshalled the team home as we sat in.

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« Reply #2552 on: March 01, 2024, 11:08:37 PM »
Can't rely on Pearce and co that's for sure.


Hopefully getting some sort of scouting system sorted is underway already

Yeah, terrible signing that Johnston lad……

Seriously, what more do we expect from our recruitment last 18 months? Off topic to this thread but the football side of the club across the board have been punching way above their weight in very trying circumstances.

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« Reply #2553 on: March 01, 2024, 11:11:41 PM »
Sorry, that is crazy talk. Their goal came from a sloppy and thankfully rare error from Kipre, nothing to do with the subs and one of those changes was dictated by Townsend going off injured. Freshening up the forward line with Wiemann & Swift was exactly the right changes to make. As was subbing Okay as he kept giving the ball away in dangerous areas. Bartley then expertly marshalled the team home as we sat in.
Bartley should have come on for Townsend as Reach looked like a rabbit in front of headlights granted he rectified his mistake later but that could have cost us as Cov were on the front foot.

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« Reply #2554 on: March 01, 2024, 11:16:28 PM »
Bartley should have come on for Townsend as Reach looked like a rabbit in front of headlights granted he rectified his mistake later but that could have cost us as Cov were on the front foot.

I thought Reach did excellently on and off the ball. Both at left back and then further up the pitch. I do not understand the negativity. Coventry are a very good side, great win. Real team effort and lot of smart tactical decisions. Mark Robins is no fool and this wasn’t akin to rolling over Plymouth.

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« Reply #2555 on: March 01, 2024, 11:19:50 PM »
Yeah, terrible signing that Johnston lad……

Seriously, what more do we expect from our recruitment last 18 months? Off topic to this thread but the football side of the club across the board have been punching way above their weight in very trying circumstances.

You know my opinion is not based on one signing but rather his entire tenure.

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« Reply #2556 on: March 01, 2024, 11:24:08 PM »
You know my opinion is not based on one signing but rather his entire tenure.

I have no issue whatsoever with the recruitment over the past two seasons, quite the opposite, we have consistently acted smartly and got a lot of great business done, in terrible circumstances.

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« Reply #2557 on: March 01, 2024, 11:26:14 PM »
I have no issue whatsoever with the recruitment over the past two seasons, quite the opposite, we have consistently acted smartly and got a lot of great business done, in terrible circumstances.

Fair enough I think it's been dreadful overall since 2018 but it's all about opinions

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« Reply #2558 on: March 01, 2024, 11:26:16 PM »
Carlos has lost his voice according to Jed.

I bet the players ain't half glad. A bit of peace at last.  >:(  ;)

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« Reply #2559 on: March 01, 2024, 11:54:14 PM »
I thought Reach did excellently on and off the ball. Both at left back and then further up the pitch. I do not understand the negativity. Coventry are a very good side, great win. Real team effort and lot of smart tactical decisions. Mark Robins is no fool and this wasn’t akin to rolling over Plymouth.
Reach didn’t look comfortable at left back gave away a silly free kick, misplaced a pass inside which led to counter attack and that’s just of the top of my head. All needless when he had Bartley on bench complacency had set in and was only restored when the common sense substitution was made. On the win thought the two wingers were outstanding with two well taken goals and made a quality opposition look average in first half, we look like a cracking outfit when our passing is on song.

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« Reply #2560 on: March 02, 2024, 08:08:53 AM »
I have no issue whatsoever with the recruitment over the past two seasons, quite the opposite, we have consistently acted smartly and got a lot of great business done, in terrible circumstances.
It's true the recruitment department have done better when we had no money to spend, work that one out!

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« Reply #2561 on: March 02, 2024, 09:01:56 AM »
Reach didn’t look comfortable at left back gave away a silly free kick, misplaced a pass inside which led to counter attack and that’s just of the top of my head. All needless when he had Bartley on bench complacency had set in and was only restored when the common sense substitution was made. On the win thought the two wingers were outstanding with two well taken goals and made a quality opposition look average in first half, we look like a cracking outfit when our passing is on song.

I seriously think with Reach that so many have a fixed negative view of him that they fear the worst before he steps onto the pitch and can’t shake that, understandable to a degree. Yes he gave away a free-kick, not the only one, so did Swift and many others. But he also stood up tall to their very tricky quick winger, kept his positional shape and was useful on the ball. It’s true he looked uncertain first few minutes but I think that was the pace of the game that he worked up to. The only player I thought struggled last night was Okay by giving it away in silly areas. Everyone played their part in a big win.

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« Reply #2562 on: March 02, 2024, 09:10:41 AM »
It's true the recruitment department have done better when we had no money to spend, work that one out!

The last time we had some money to spend we had very limited appeal as a one season PL club budgeting for relegation, which I think half explains that. Even then by any reasonable standard our budget was tin pot. Even Burnley this season have had far more of a go and they have wasted (sorry to say this) £7m on O’Shea who is far too slow to ever make it at that level & £15m to £19m on a child keeper without any presence, Trafford. They have spent over £90m this season - far worse transfer window than we ever managed, similar problems, decent premier league players prefer to go elsewhere. Whereas Luton limited to a few free transfers have done far better. Kind of suggests we are better off not spending for the sake of it if we go up and keeping the cash. Anyway apologises to mods for being off topic…

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« Reply #2563 on: March 02, 2024, 09:51:26 AM »
Maybe the difference is because Burnley use slightly older fashioned recruitment whereas Luton - given their owner - is more into a broader range of data points about a footballer (soccer player  ;))
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« Reply #2564 on: March 06, 2024, 10:07:51 PM »
Really poor performance/selection tonight. I never want to see Reach or Pieters as the back left 2 ever again.

His poor selection and poor subs nearly cost us but we got a point and the hell out of dodge with it thankfully.

He's put in 2 of his worst performances both times Patel has been there. Maybe he just needs to clear his head and focus on the match over everything else.

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« Reply #2565 on: March 06, 2024, 10:18:52 PM »
Really poor performance/selection tonight. I never want to see Reach or Pieters as the back left 2 ever again.

His poor selection and poor subs nearly cost us but we got a point and the hell out of dodge with it thankfully.

He's put in 2 of his worst performances both times Patel has been there. Maybe he just needs to clear his head and focus on the match over everything else.

I think his hands are tied with the left back position, Pipa came on and was just as bad and arguably should have been booked. The triple sub was very questionable but i was screaming for a change so i can't moan that it didn't work. I'm hoping we see Bartley and BTA back fit for Sunday because we desperately need them back.

I do also think we possibly went to a back 5 too early, could argue it just invited pressure.
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« Reply #2566 on: March 06, 2024, 10:20:09 PM »
We see the game out 2-1 no questions the Don tonight   8)

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« Reply #2567 on: March 06, 2024, 10:20:57 PM »
I think his hands are tied with the left back position, Pipa came on and was just as bad and arguably should have been booked. The triple sub was very questionable but i was screaming for a change so i can't moan that it didn't work. I'm hoping we see Bartley and BTA back fit for Sunday because we desperately need them back.

I do also think we possibly went to a back 5 too early, could argue it just invited pressure.

For all Reach did he could have played Pieters at LB or Pipa. I don't think Pipa was great but better than Reach

It was just frustrating as we know he will get Pieters, Reach and Chalobah on no.matter what which weakens us and causes his subs to be cack

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« Reply #2568 on: March 06, 2024, 10:42:28 PM »
It is hard to be critical as he is doing a good job but he made the same mistake which nearly cost us against Coventry. He is going defensive way too early in the match. If you are in front with 5 minutes to go yes it makes sense to try to see it out. But 30 or 40 minutes is way too long to last out because you need so much luck when it’s constant pressure and there’s no out ball to get any attacks going.

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« Reply #2569 on: March 07, 2024, 07:13:13 AM »
I think his hands are tied with the left back position, Pipa came on and was just as bad and arguably should have been booked. The triple sub was very questionable but i was screaming for a change so i can't moan that it didn't work. I'm hoping we see Bartley and BTA back fit for Sunday because we desperately need them back.

I do also think we possibly went to a back 5 too early, could argue it just invited pressure.
You must of watched a different game ,pipa looked far better than reach

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« Reply #2570 on: March 07, 2024, 07:37:34 AM »
He has to stop putting a bunch of "fresh legs" on in one go. Also his main failing is playing Pieters and Reach together.

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« Reply #2571 on: March 07, 2024, 07:50:09 AM »
We have been short upfront all season and the last few games do not have one  recognised striker so tactically CC hands are very much tied, considering this problem it's amazing the position we are in.

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« Reply #2572 on: March 07, 2024, 08:52:37 AM »
You must of watched a different game ,pipa looked far better than reach

I think both were about the same to be honest, i just prefer Reach defensively to Pipa. I think Pipa should have stopped the Willock cross for the second goal, let him come inside way too easily. If we ever played a 5 i'd be more inclined to give him a go but i think yesterday showed that we are heavily reliant on Townsend who i hope isn't out for too long.
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« Reply #2573 on: March 10, 2024, 01:42:53 PM »
Have to say hats off to Carlos today. Their coach won the first half but whatever CC did at half time was a master stroke.

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« Reply #2574 on: March 10, 2024, 01:51:22 PM »
His half time team talk must have been quite something