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View OhSouthLondon!'s Profile OhSouthLondon! Flag Mitcham 04 Dec 18 10.22pm Send a Private Message to OhSouthLondon! Add OhSouthLondon! as a friend

I don’t think you can fault too many of the players efforts. Tomkins had a poor game but he usually gives 110%.

The main problem as we all know is a lack of a striker. BUT we have known about this problem since the summer and yet we didn’t buy a goal scorer. We have absolutely nothing to aim at up top and time and time again it costs us.

Is that Roy’s fault or the boards?

Edited by Midlands Eagle (05 Dec 2018 7.51am)

 


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View 1066eagle's Profile 1066eagle Flag hastings 04 Dec 18 10.25pm Send a Private Message to 1066eagle Add 1066eagle as a friend

having been at the play off semi , players got out played tonight + tactics wrong .

 

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View Matlock's Profile Matlock Flag matlock Derbyshire 04 Dec 18 10.26pm Send a Private Message to Matlock Add Matlock as a friend

How long has Roy got ?

 

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View YoDougie's Profile YoDougie Flag London 04 Dec 18 10.28pm Send a Private Message to YoDougie Add YoDougie as a friend

I think you can put blame on both if i'm honest.

A good manager should be able to get the best out of any players. Pulis and Allardyce both managed it with us. And being honest, we do have players who we know can be of top top quality on their day. Sakho, Zaha, Luka, PVA, Benteke (despite his injuries, he has been awful under Hodgson) have all been outstanding at times and they are good footballers. So what's happening right now?

On the other hand, we've know about our weak forwards for over 12 months now. But in the summer, we spent £10mill on a defensive mid with Kouyate and nothing else.

Ayew came in on a loan and has been awful. And that was seen as adequate firepower. And here we are, into December and our strikers have scored a total of 0 goals this season.

 


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View rikz's Profile rikz Flag Croydon 04 Dec 18 10.29pm Send a Private Message to rikz Add rikz as a friend

Don't know any other team that would play 442 with 6 midfielders, sick of it now. Managers fault.

 

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View CPFCwetrust's Profile CPFCwetrust Flag Maidstone 04 Dec 18 10.32pm Send a Private Message to CPFCwetrust Add CPFCwetrust as a friend

Roys.....

The team looked ineffectual to say the least.

Tomkin is just one of many to lose his head in that game.

Roy played our team so narrow it was infuriating.

The passing sideways and backwards whilst tapping 1 meter passes to each other until they lose the ball is back again.

The lack of enthusiasm, the lack of pace, the constant moaning at the ref and this constant passing in the oppositions box until they lose the ball is also infuriating.

There is talent in the team, yes we need a striker, Sorloth isn't good enough, the team need to practice set pieces if we can't score from open play and Roy needs to drill them to death in being able to take a shot on target.

 

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View OhthisbloodyPC's Profile OhthisbloodyPC Flag 04 Dec 18 10.41pm Send a Private Message to OhthisbloodyPC Add OhthisbloodyPC as a friend

I wish they'd give Sorloth a chance to find his feet. He's never had an extended run.

Originally posted by CPFCwetrust

Roys.....

The team looked ineffectual to say the least.

Tomkin is just one of many to lose his head in that game.

Roy played our team so narrow it was infuriating.

The passing sideways and backwards whilst tapping 1 meter passes to each other until they lose the ball is back again.

The lack of enthusiasm, the lack of pace, the constant moaning at the ref and this constant passing in the oppositions box until they lose the ball is also infuriating.

There is talent in the team, yes we need a striker, Sorloth isn't good enough, the team need to practice set pieces if we can't score from open play and Roy needs to drill them to death in being able to take a shot on target.

 

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View Dean_CPFC's Profile Dean_CPFC Online Flag South london 04 Dec 18 10.51pm Send a Private Message to Dean_CPFC Add Dean_CPFC as a friend

We've got a worse squad than last year. Meyer is nowhere near loftus cheek or cabaye. Sorloth is poor. The bench today would struggle in the championship

Edited by Dean_CPFC (04 Dec 2018 10.54pm)

 

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View Tipp_Eagle's Profile Tipp_Eagle Flag Tipperary 04 Dec 18 10.54pm Send a Private Message to Tipp_Eagle Add Tipp_Eagle as a friend

Bring back big Sam, the sooner the better.

 


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You could pick any combination of ten men from the eleven that played tonight and add a 20 goal a season striker and we'd still have been out played. woeful.

 

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View Willo's Profile Willo Online Flag 04 Dec 18 11.12pm Send a Private Message to Willo Add Willo as a friend

I have been speaking to someone,not a supporter of our club, who has contacts in the game, and he reckons that in his opinion, our club will relieve Hodgson of his services but I told him he was spouting hogwash.

Hodgson has got a great deal of credit in the bank for engineering our revival last season and as such there is great faith in him to ensure we don't slip through that relegation trapdoor this season.

 

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View boo909's Profile boo909 Flag Figeac 04 Dec 18 11.20pm Send a Private Message to boo909 Add boo909 as a friend

Originally posted by YoDougie

I think you can put blame on both if i'm honest.

A good manager should be able to get the best out of any players. Pulis and Allardyce both managed it with us. And being honest, we do have players who we know can be of top top quality on their day. Sakho, Zaha, Luka, PVA, Benteke (despite his injuries, he has been awful under Hodgson) have all been outstanding at times and they are good footballers. So what's happening right now?

The balls up of the tranfer windows is a huge problem but the above, our lack of consistency and Roy's snail's pace reaction to changes in the game (if he reacts at all) are the more worrying problems that may not be solved by a good transfer window. Personally I think there must be something wrong in our training regime somewhere too. I think we're really missing Sammy Lee, letting him go (I don't know the facts tbh so it may have been unavoidable) was a mistake.

I have a worrying feeling that Roy is taking it easy and just working through his last season before retirement (lack of support from the board could also be contributing to this).


Edited by boo909 (04 Dec 2018 11.20pm)

 


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