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Topic: Southport Prediction
Posted By: Argus9
Subject: Southport Prediction
Date Posted: 29 Nov 2017 at 2:20pm
Don’t know if it’s good or bad - Southport not won in 5. AM needs to recall Strong now and play him from start. We need changes for Saturday - if not what does it say about the recent crap performances from a number of players - hey just continue what you’ve been doing. We need to freshen things up quickly. Remember fans can only get behind the team if it gives us something upfront - no pun intended but Zack has to get going - lack lustre on Saturday and from what l heard same on Tuesday. Not sure were at the stage of “your not fit to wear the shirt” for this team or certain members but if we replicate 2 wins in the next 13 (current form) we will be close to going down. 2-2 from me and Mrs Argus going for 0-0.



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Posted By: NWL
Date Posted: 29 Nov 2017 at 7:15pm
Originally posted by Argus9 Argus9 wrote:

Don’t know if it’s good or bad - Southport not won in 5. AM needs to recall Strong now and play him from start. We need changes for Saturday - if not what does it say about the recent crap performances from a number of players - hey just continue what you’ve been doing. We need to freshen things up quickly. Remember fans can only get behind the team if it gives us something upfront - no pun intended but Zack has to get going - lack lustre on Saturday and from what l heard same on Tuesday. Not sure were at the stage of “your not fit to wear the shirt” for this team or certain members but if we replicate 2 wins in the next 13 (current form) we will be close to going down. 2-2 from me and Mrs Argus going for 0-0.


Will send you the chips off my shoulder, you could throw them at AM , should be a change from throwing the darts at his picture

Will go with the same predicted 5-1 win I did for the Warrington home game, one day it will happen trust me


Posted By: Hallam99
Date Posted: 29 Nov 2017 at 8:51pm
Agree strong has to start.
According to Twitter our nr3 - Morley asked the away fans what time it was. To which Morley replied I can’t wait to go home!


Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 29 Nov 2017 at 9:28pm
Originally posted by Hallam99 Hallam99 wrote:

Agree strong has to start.
According to Twitter our nr3 - Morley asked the away fans what time it was. To which Morley replied I can’t wait to go home!


Hallam - you are taking the piss please confirm


Posted By: Footy Dave
Date Posted: 02 Dec 2017 at 10:57am
2-0 to Southport .

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Posted By: Hallam99
Date Posted: 02 Dec 2017 at 11:27am
I’m serious- I will try find the comment unless it’s been removed


Posted By: Hallam99
Date Posted: 02 Dec 2017 at 11:28am
Your number 3 asked for the time during a town corner, I replied 9pm and he said “f***ing can’t wait to go home”.


Posted By: Hallam99
Date Posted: 02 Dec 2017 at 6:17pm
Well, what a game that you was
Shocking first half. Terrible
Awful 5 mind in second half and then Reid comes on and changes the game
Number 9 isn’t a striker!he also got MOM!?!
Yes you read that correctly- Reid changed the game
Out of jail with a point


Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 02 Dec 2017 at 7:50pm
Originally posted by Hallam99 Hallam99 wrote:

Your number 3 asked for the time during a town corner, I replied 9pm and he said “f***ing can’t wait to go home”.


Thanks Hallam - before your comment on here l said that Morley was close approaching not fit for our shirt - following on from it and another very poor performance today when again looked totally out of sorts with us and even himself AM continues to play him - just sums up AM judgement call yet again


Posted By: goldenoldie
Date Posted: 02 Dec 2017 at 8:15pm
Final score hides what was a very poor display.We had so much possession in midfield but failed dismally to make any real chances until the final 10 mins.We continue to talk about strikers but once again our defending was very poor.Too many easy goals being conceded so something needs sorting quickly. At the moment i would like to see more vocal leaders both on and off the pitch.Christmas shopping is starting to look more attractive than going down the Lamb.

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Posted By: Red Blooded
Date Posted: 02 Dec 2017 at 8:34pm
Agreed.
The score doesn’t reflect the quality of our game. 3-1 down was flattering to us!!
How our No.9 got MoM amazes me but i’m not sure anyone deserved it.
Dosthill Lamb has being saying on here for some time about the need to strengthen the defence and how true that was proved to be again today. Another game without a clean sheet.
How did AM decide to take Knight off and leave Connor Taylor on? Baffles me, as do many of his substitute decisions.
I suppose we will get more of the same for our next game.
Powell flatters to deceive as most often there is no result from his runs and predictable cutting inside and running across the box.
I wish AM would show some passion on the touch line instead of standing there like a dummy. He only got animated when we got back to 3-2.
Crowds will fall rapidly if they continue to serve up this standard of football.


Posted By: Hallam99
Date Posted: 02 Dec 2017 at 8:34pm
Agreed. Golden oldie.

No one shouting or motivating


Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 02 Dec 2017 at 8:38pm
Originally posted by goldenoldie goldenoldie wrote:

Final score hides what was a very poor display.We had so much possession in midfield but failed dismally to make any real chances until the final 10 mins.We continue to talk about strikers but once again our defending was very poor.Too many easy goals being conceded so something needs sorting quickly. At the moment i would like to see more vocal leaders both on and off the pitch.Christmas shopping is starting to look more attractive than going down the Lamb.


Come on AMs given you an extra Saturday GN - 16th - you ungrateful little Takeaway


Posted By: JohnTam
Date Posted: 02 Dec 2017 at 8:48pm

Originally posted by Red Blooded Red Blooded wrote:

Agreed.
The score doesn’t reflect the quality of our game. 3-1 down was flattering to us!!
How our No.9 got MoM amazes me but i’m not sure anyone deserved it.
Dosthill Lamb has being saying on here for some time about the need to strengthen the defence and how true that was proved to be again today. Another game without a clean sheet.
How did AM decide to take Knight off and leave Connor Taylor on? Baffles me, as do many of his substitute decisions.
I suppose we will get more of the same for our next game.
Powell flatters to deceive as most often there is no result from his runs and predictable cutting inside and running across the box.
I wish AM would show some passion on the touch line instead of standing there like a dummy. He only got animated when we got back to 3-2.
Crowds will fall rapidly if they continue to serve up this standard of football.

Knights was poor today. Swapping him for Reid made a difference.

Taylor scored so could say it was  right decision



Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 02 Dec 2017 at 8:50pm
Originally posted by Red Blooded Red Blooded wrote:


1 - How our No.9 got MoM amazes me but i’m not sure anyone deserved it.
2 - How did AM decide to take Knight off and leave Connor Taylor on? Baffles me, as do many of his substitute decisions.
3 - Crowds will fall rapidly if they continue to serve up this standard of football.


1 - Has to be politics to save AM face - no other reason , Zack bought nothing to the table today again!
2 - Agree 100% - Knight not flagging and making decent runs
3 - Wrong RB - they already are!


Posted By: Coton1Tam
Date Posted: 02 Dec 2017 at 9:45pm
Originally posted by Argus9 Argus9 wrote:

Originally posted by Red Blooded Red Blooded wrote:


1 - How our No.9 got MoM amazes me but i’m not sure anyone deserved it.
2 - How did AM decide to take Knight off and leave Connor Taylor on? Baffles me, as do many of his substitute decisions.
3 - Crowds will fall rapidly if they continue to serve up this standard of football.


1 - Has to be politics to save AM face - no other reason , Zack bought nothing to the table today again!
2 - Agree 100% - Knight not flagging and making decent runs
3 - Wrong RB - they already are!
Oh behave. You think far too  deeply into it, ffs .
Just a poor call from  the match  sponsors .


Posted By: JohnTam
Date Posted: 02 Dec 2017 at 10:06pm
Originally posted by Hallam99 Hallam99 wrote:

Agree strong has to start.
According to Twitter our nr3 - Morley asked the away fans what time it was. To which Morley replied I can’t wait to go home!
Twitter? Must be true then LOL


Posted By: Hallam99
Date Posted: 02 Dec 2017 at 10:23pm
He had no reason to type it! Wasn’t provoked!
Given Morley’s performances recently something isn’t right


Posted By: ChrisLamb
Date Posted: 03 Dec 2017 at 9:23am

Putting the cups to one side, as we are all depressed about them but ...

what do people want then, in terms of the league? We drew 3-3 yesterday, I'd say seeing six goals  was 'entertainment'.

30 plus goals from 20 games is a big improvement on previous seasons (up with the league's higher scorers rather than the usual bottom). It's only five down on the league leaders.

Yes we are conceding too many as well but think a lot of that was down to trying to change way we played to please the fans.

AM has tried to implement something a bit different this season in terms of style, that takes time, but their have been glimpses of good passing football and we have created more chances in the main, which Styche thrived off.

But patience wears thin when you don't get results .. that's understandable.

So does AM revert back to 'hard to beat then'?

Should we look to go back to fully  long 'hoof'  ball all the time, bring a Ross Dyer type out wide  for flick ons and  try get back to the 1-0 wins we were having when unbeaten at home last season.

It seems results are more important after all....



Posted By: Hallam99
Date Posted: 03 Dec 2017 at 10:12am
Chris lamb.....the issue is everyone loves a striker. We were blessed with Newton and then styche - for his faults he scored goals.
Our strong point had always been that we had a strong defence. Now we are making mistakes and conceding goals and putting pressure on the strikers to deliver. The cup runs - or lack of Hasn’t helped.
Let’s not be fooled by Southport - they haven’t won since September 2nd. Look at their last few results and they have lost the lead in every game!


Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 03 Dec 2017 at 10:46am
Originally posted by JohnTam JohnTam wrote:

Originally posted by Hallam99 Hallam99 wrote:

Agree strong has to start.
According to Twitter our nr3 - Morley asked the away fans what time it was. To which Morley replied I can’t wait to go home!

Twitter? Must be true then LOL


Quite right John Tam must be careful of some of the bullsh*t that appears on Twitter - just look at the endless rubbish AM comes up with pre and post match


Posted By: Bolehall Youth
Date Posted: 03 Dec 2017 at 11:01am
Originally posted by ChrisLamb ChrisLamb wrote:


Putting the cups to one side, as we are all depressed about them but ...

what do people want then, in terms of the league? We drew 3-3 yesterday, I'd say seeing six goals  was 'entertainment'.

30 plus goals from 20 games is a big improvement on previous seasons (up with the league's higher scorers rather than the usual bottom). It's only five down on the league leaders.

Yes we are conceding too many as well but think a lot of that was down to trying to change way we played to please the fans.

AM has tried to implement something a bit different this season in terms of style, that takes time, but their have been glimpses of good passing football and we have created more chances in the main, which Styche thrived off.

But patience wears thin when you don't get results .. that's understandable.

So does AM revert back to 'hard to beat then'?

Should we look to go back to fully  long 'hoof'  ball all the time, bring a Ross Dyer type out wide  for flick ons and  try get back to the 1-0 wins we were having when unbeaten at home last season.

It seems results are more important after all....




Well said!, the problem is the some people on hear just want to moan regardless, can only assume they not allowed to at home.

Two points off the play off spot

Come on you Lambs




Posted By: Coleshill Lamb
Date Posted: 03 Dec 2017 at 11:11am
So some fans are happy with 2 wins from 14 matches.


Posted By: Coleshill Lamb
Date Posted: 03 Dec 2017 at 11:50am
......Plus no home win in virtually 3 months.


Posted By: Red Blooded
Date Posted: 03 Dec 2017 at 12:36pm
Whether you play hoof ball or play it on the ground matters not if you have a defence incapable of defending. Getting in new and better defenders has proved to be a greater need than replacing Styche.


Posted By: ChrisLamb
Date Posted: 03 Dec 2017 at 12:42pm
Originally posted by Hallam99 Hallam99 wrote:

Chris lamb.....the issue is everyone loves a striker. We were blessed with Newton and then styche - for his faults he scored goals.
Our strong point had always been that we had a strong defence. Now we are making mistakes and conceding goals and putting pressure on the strikers to deliver. The cup runs - or lack of Hasn’t helped.
Let’s not be fooled by Southport - they haven’t won since September 2nd. Look at their last few results and they have lost the lead in every game!
Yes, that's why I'm saying, maybe team needs to revert back to type, forget the football.


Posted By: ChrisLamb
Date Posted: 03 Dec 2017 at 12:44pm
Originally posted by Coleshill Lamb Coleshill Lamb wrote:

So some fans are happy with 2 wins from 14 matches.
I'm not, which is why I suggest going back to long ball ... sign a big target man, big bruiser at the back .... but will fans be happy to win games that way?


Posted By: Coton1Tam
Date Posted: 03 Dec 2017 at 1:29pm
Originally posted by Coleshill Lamb Coleshill Lamb wrote:

So some fans are happy with 2 wins from 14 matches.
I'm happy with two wins and two draws from last six 


Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 03 Dec 2017 at 1:39pm
Originally posted by Coleshill Lamb Coleshill Lamb wrote:

So some fans are happy with 2 wins from 14 matches.



Almost every fan spoke to yesterday are not only depressed by only 2 wins CL but equally by the 5 year debt reduction plan which hands both AM and Board with an excuse for mediocrity for the next 4 seasons - imagine 8/9years of AM in charge - has had what 4 close seasons for him to make on field first team progression and we are/have been going backwards season on season simple as that - 500 gate yesterday and diehards like us will be walking away and gates will plummet further. Am sure the ☕️ smellers on here will say otherwise but serious depression is setting in - did not the likes of Chris Lamb’ Youth, and Coton listen to or see the unhappiness in loads of fans attending yesterday or recent weeks


Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 03 Dec 2017 at 2:32pm
Originally posted by ChrisLamb ChrisLamb wrote:

Originally posted by Coleshill Lamb Coleshill Lamb wrote:

So some fans are happy with 2 wins from 14 matches.

I'm not, which is why I suggest going back to long ball ... sign a big target man, big bruiser at the back .... but will fans be happy to win games that way?


Thought you wore rose 🌹 tented 👓s Chris so on that basis what’s wrong with the target man we have in Reid


Posted By: ChrisLamb
Date Posted: 03 Dec 2017 at 4:30pm

Originally posted by Argus9 Argus9 wrote:

Originally posted by ChrisLamb ChrisLamb wrote:

Originally posted by Coleshill Lamb Coleshill Lamb wrote:

So some fans are happy with 2 wins from 14 matches.

I'm not, which is why I suggest going back to long ball ... sign a big target man, big bruiser at the back .... but will fans be happy to win games that way?


Thought you wore rose 🌹 tented 👓s Chris so on that basis what’s wrong with the target man we have in Reid
I'd be happy to play Reid in that role. Still need someone else  alongside him though.

I'd like to see 4-4-2 and hoof ball if it gets results



Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 03 Dec 2017 at 5:06pm
Originally posted by ChrisLamb ChrisLamb wrote:

Originally posted by Argus9 Argus9 wrote:

Originally posted by ChrisLamb ChrisLamb wrote:

Originally posted by Coleshill Lamb Coleshill Lamb wrote:

So some fans are happy with 2 wins from 14 matches.

I'm not, which is why I suggest going back to long ball ... sign a big target man, big bruiser at the back .... but will fans be happy to win games that way?


Thought you wore rose 🌹 tented 👓s Chris so on that basis what’s wrong with the target man we have in Reid

I'd be happy to play Reid in that role. Still need someone else  alongside him though.

I'd like to see 4-4-2 and hoof ball
if it gets results



Bit of a challenge for AM don’t you think Chris finding another target man - last one just signed was a winger and it really shows


Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 03 Dec 2017 at 9:49pm
Originally posted by Bolehall Youth Bolehall Youth wrote:

Originally posted by ChrisLamb ChrisLamb wrote:


Putting the cups to one side, as we are all depressed about them but ...

what do people want then, in terms of the league? We drew 3-3 yesterday, I'd say seeing six goals  was 'entertainment'.

30 plus goals from 20 games is a big improvement on previous seasons (up with the league's higher scorers rather than the usual bottom). It's only five down on the league leaders.

Yes we are conceding too many as well but think a lot of that was down to trying to change way we played to please the fans.

AM has tried to implement something a bit different this season in terms of style, that takes time, but their have been glimpses of good passing football and we have created more chances in the main, which Styche thrived off.

But patience wears thin when you don't get results .. that's understandable.

So does AM revert back to 'hard to beat then'?

Should we look to go back to fully  long 'hoof'  ball all the time, bring a Ross Dyer type out wide  for flick ons and  try get back to the 1-0 wins we were having when unbeaten at home last season.

It seems results are more important after all....




Well said!, the problem is the some people on hear just want to moan regardless, can only assume they not allowed to at home.
Of course we do Youth - last 14 games and only 2 wins following a 4th season of AM close season picks - Bobs 5year plan
And gates in the 500s - what’s NOT to moan about - ho hum - and just maybe a manager who’s able to have the same vision as our Board.

Come on you Lambs




Posted By: Footy Dave
Date Posted: 04 Dec 2017 at 9:30am

So, what did people actually think of the game?. How was Zack Kockywiks man of the match?, For me , it was Taylor, Deeney or even Reid, when he came on. At least they all seemed up for it.

Six goals, but, we were nowhere near our best, & why doesn't AM show some passion?, barely took his hands out of his pockets!.

We need Strong back IMO, thought Morley was hopeless again.



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Posted By: Coton1Tam
Date Posted: 04 Dec 2017 at 9:37am
Originally posted by Footy Dave Footy Dave wrote:

So, what did people actually think of the game?. How was Zack Kockywiks man of the match?, For me , it was Taylor, Deeney or even Reid, when he came on. At least they all seemed up for it.

Six goals, but, we were nowhere near our best, & why doesn't AM show some passion?, barely took his hands out of his pockets!.

We need Strong back IMO, thought Morley was hopeless again.

Never really understand that opinion, at any level of football. Ranting and raving on the touchline isn't a requirement of being a manager. 


Posted By: Pilgrim Pod
Date Posted: 04 Dec 2017 at 11:42am
Originally posted by Coton1Tam Coton1Tam wrote:

Originally posted by Footy Dave Footy Dave wrote:

So, what did people actually think of the game?. How was Zack Kockywiks man of the match?, For me , it was Taylor, Deeney or even Reid, when he came on. At least they all seemed up for it.

Six goals, but, we were nowhere near our best, & why doesn't AM show some passion?, barely took his hands out of his pockets!.

We need Strong back IMO, thought Morley was hopeless again.

Never really understand that opinion, at any level of football. Ranting and raving on the touchline isn't a requirement of being a manager. 
Nothing wrong with a little Tim Sherwood PASHUN!!1!


Posted By: Coleshill Lamb
Date Posted: 04 Dec 2017 at 12:25pm
Think the man of the match award was sarcasm because He's been incredibly poor.


Posted By: ChrisLamb
Date Posted: 04 Dec 2017 at 1:54pm
Originally posted by Pilgrim Pod Pilgrim Pod wrote:

Originally posted by Coton1Tam Coton1Tam wrote:

Originally posted by Footy Dave Footy Dave wrote:

So, what did people actually think of the game?. How was Zack Kockywiks man of the match?, For me , it was Taylor, Deeney or even Reid, when he came on. At least they all seemed up for it.

Six goals, but, we were nowhere near our best, & why doesn't AM show some passion?, barely took his hands out of his pockets!.

We need Strong back IMO, thought Morley was hopeless again.

Never really understand that opinion, at any level of football. Ranting and raving on the touchline isn't a requirement of being a manager. 
Nothing wrong with a little Tim Sherwood PASHUN!!1!
The use of Tim Sherwood as an example of a passionate manager proves it's better to be reserved   


Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 04 Dec 2017 at 5:54pm
Originally posted by Footy Dave Footy Dave wrote:


So, what did people actually think of the game?. How was Zack Kockywiks man of the match.

We need Strong back IMO, thought Morley was hopeless again.



The 🐖s agree once again Pinks - Sorry Zack who - someone said on here it’s not his fault for his nothing displays todate as he’s not a striker but a winger which begs the obvious question then if it’s not his fault whose is it -names on a postcard but it begins with an A if that helps    - come on Coton - Youth- Chris Lamb love you to respond. At the same time what about Morley if he was 🐎 he’d be shot by now - sums up AM for his continuous name on the team sheet and appalling performances- we are building our team on Youth - ha ha and agree with 🐷 - get the much younger Strong back now. Final moment - we started pre-season with AM and likes of Styche stating fans have to be patient with all the youngsters in squad when playing - AM has only played lip service in playing them todate - welcome again views on the AM supporters on that on as well


Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 05 Dec 2017 at 7:36pm
Originally posted by ChrisLamb ChrisLamb wrote:


Putting the cups to one side, as we are all depressed about them but ...

what do people want then, in terms of the league? We drew 3-3 yesterday, I'd say seeing six goals  was 'entertainment'.

30 plus goals from 20 games is a big improvement on previous seasons (up with the league's higher scorers rather than the usual bottom). It's only five down on the league leaders.

Yes we are conceding too many as well but think a lot of that was down to trying to change way we played to please the fans.

AM has tried to implement something a bit different this season in terms of style, that takes time, but their have been glimpses of good passing football and we have created more chances in the main, which Styche thrived off.

But patience wears thin when you don't get results .. that's understandable.

So does AM revert back to 'hard to beat then'?

Should we look to go back to fully  long 'hoof'  ball all the time, bring a Ross Dyer type out wide  for flick ons and  try get back to the 1-0 wins we were having when unbeaten at home last season.

It seems results are more important after all....




Don’t know Whether your a Director in disguise CL - virdect out on that one however - so what you are suggesting is that we by-pass the only improvement AMs made in by signing Verma and by that releasing the Who in the Denney eventually this season by playing it on floor - now your suggesting hoofing the ball into an area we don’t own a striker - it seems on the other site you have to use actual names


Posted By: ChrisLamb
Date Posted: 05 Dec 2017 at 8:44pm
Originally posted by Argus9 Argus9 wrote:

Originally posted by ChrisLamb ChrisLamb wrote:


Putting the cups to one side, as we are all depressed about them but ...

what do people want then, in terms of the league? We drew 3-3 yesterday, I'd say seeing six goals  was 'entertainment'.

30 plus goals from 20 games is a big improvement on previous seasons (up with the league's higher scorers rather than the usual bottom). It's only five down on the league leaders.

Yes we are conceding too many as well but think a lot of that was down to trying to change way we played to please the fans.

AM has tried to implement something a bit different this season in terms of style, that takes time, but their have been glimpses of good passing football and we have created more chances in the main, which Styche thrived off.

But patience wears thin when you don't get results .. that's understandable.

So does AM revert back to 'hard to beat then'?

Should we look to go back to fully  long 'hoof'  ball all the time, bring a Ross Dyer type out wide  for flick ons and  try get back to the 1-0 wins we were having when unbeaten at home last season.

It seems results are more important after all....




Don’t know Whether your a Director in disguise CL - virdect out on that one however - so what you are suggesting is that we by-pass the only improvement AMs made in by signing Verma and by that releasing the Who in the Denney eventually this season by playing it on floor - now your suggesting hoofing the ball into an area we don’t own a striker - it seems on the other site you have to use actual names
Not a director at all. Don't understand why my post would even make you think that.

Merely asking thoughts on style of play,  entertainment or results.

Geez Argus, you seem to think anyone who comments has an agenda.

Makes people wonder why they bother to contribute on here.



Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 05 Dec 2017 at 9:07pm
Originally posted by ChrisLamb ChrisLamb wrote:

Originally posted by Argus9 Argus9 wrote:

Originally posted by ChrisLamb ChrisLamb wrote:


Putting the cups to one side, as we are all depressed about them but ...

what do people want then, in terms of the league? We drew 3-3 yesterday, I'd say seeing six goals  was 'entertainment'.

30 plus goals from 20 games is a big improvement on previous seasons (up with the league's higher scorers rather than the usual bottom). It's only five down on the league leaders.

Yes we are conceding too many as well but think a lot of that was down to trying to change way we played to please the fans.

AM has tried to implement something a bit different this season in terms of style, that takes time, but their have been glimpses of good passing football and we have created more chances in the main, which Styche thrived off.

But patience wears thin when you don't get results .. that's understandable.

So does AM revert back to 'hard to beat then'?

Should we look to go back to fully  long 'hoof'  ball all the time, bring a Ross Dyer type out wide  for flick ons and  try get back to the 1-0 wins we were having when unbeaten at home last season.

It seems results are more important after all....




Don’t know Whether your a Director in disguise CL - virdect out on that one however - so what you are suggesting is that we by-pass the only improvement AMs made in by signing Verma and by that releasing the Who in the Denney eventually this season by playing it on floor - now your suggesting hoofing the ball into an area we don’t own a striker - it seems on the other site you have to use actual names

Not a director at all. Don't understand why my post would even make you think that.

Merely asking thoughts on style of play,  entertainment or results.

Geez Argus, you seem to think anyone who comments has an agenda.

Makes people wonder why they bother to contribute on here.



Still not answered my concerns about hoof and missing out only strength we have in midfield? -Geez - and by the way we all have an agenda mines from a fa s perspective and AM out


Posted By: ChrisLamb
Date Posted: 05 Dec 2017 at 9:13pm
Originally posted by Argus9 Argus9 wrote:

Originally posted by ChrisLamb ChrisLamb wrote:

Originally posted by Argus9 Argus9 wrote:

Originally posted by ChrisLamb ChrisLamb wrote:


Putting the cups to one side, as we are all depressed about them but ...

what do people want then, in terms of the league? We drew 3-3 yesterday, I'd say seeing six goals  was 'entertainment'.

30 plus goals from 20 games is a big improvement on previous seasons (up with the league's higher scorers rather than the usual bottom). It's only five down on the league leaders.

Yes we are conceding too many as well but think a lot of that was down to trying to change way we played to please the fans.

AM has tried to implement something a bit different this season in terms of style, that takes time, but their have been glimpses of good passing football and we have created more chances in the main, which Styche thrived off.

But patience wears thin when you don't get results .. that's understandable.

So does AM revert back to 'hard to beat then'?

Should we look to go back to fully  long 'hoof'  ball all the time, bring a Ross Dyer type out wide  for flick ons and  try get back to the 1-0 wins we were having when unbeaten at home last season.

It seems results are more important after all....




Don’t know Whether your a Director in disguise CL - virdect out on that one however - so what you are suggesting is that we by-pass the only improvement AMs made in by signing Verma and by that releasing the Who in the Denney eventually this season by playing it on floor - now your suggesting hoofing the ball into an area we don’t own a striker - it seems on the other site you have to use actual names

Not a director at all. Don't understand why my post would even make you think that.

Merely asking thoughts on style of play,  entertainment or results.

Geez Argus, you seem to think anyone who comments has an agenda.

Makes people wonder why they bother to contribute on here.



Still not answered my concerns about hoof and missing out only strength we have in midfield? -Geez
Because if you  had bothered to read my post I said: 'Should we go back to hoof ball?' .. because we seemed to get better results when we did that.

I was creating debate but you decided I was 'pro Andy Morrell' , a member of the board (there's only 2!) and anti everyone else.

If you'd read it, also said patience was rightly wearing thin.

At the point where can't be bothered to even post now.



Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 05 Dec 2017 at 9:29pm
So you don’t have an opinion obviously and still not answered my question about hoof missing out our only strength - getting debate going fine and dandy but views and opinions are what simulates forum sites whether you like agree or disagree - over to you Sir - do you have a view on what you stated as a debate


Posted By: NWL
Date Posted: 06 Dec 2017 at 7:31pm
Argus your one man and a boy crusade to oust AM is wearing a bit thin , did you not listen in to the 5 year plan, , it's very plain that he his very much part of that, so would at a guess if he keeps us in the top half of the table over the next few seasons, he will be going nowhere, if gets us to the play offs you may get your wish as a bigge club may well offer him a step up.

Non league football not for the faint hearted


Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 07 Dec 2017 at 6:25pm
Originally posted by NWL NWL wrote:

Argus your one man and a boy crusade to oust AM is wearing a bit thin , did you not listen in to the 5 year plan, , it's very plain that he his very much part of that, so would at a guess if he keeps us in the top half of the table over the next few seasons, he will be going nowhere, if gets us to the play offs you may get your wish as a bigge club may well offer him a step up.

Non league football not for the faint hearted


Me wearing a bit thin - not going anywhere NWL and get used to it - interesting today in AM comments in paper - says on one hand he wants to bring in a couple of players which must go straight into first team and not be just squad players - yet he goes on - we can’t really sign them yet because we have a week without football this month - so assume by that HE thinks we need them as well as most of us on here NOW. Just say we lose against BPA on Saturday and miss out on promotion play-offs by 3 points - god bless the 5 year plan


Posted By: Coleshill Lamb
Date Posted: 07 Dec 2017 at 7:49pm
If He's safe for several seasons He can sit on his hands and be as negative as he likes. Seems He's decided we're going to slip away again. As I've said before - AM is the world's slowest manager when it comes to performing a positive act.


Posted By: NWL
Date Posted: 07 Dec 2017 at 8:27pm
come
Originally posted by Argus9 Argus9 wrote:

Originally posted by NWL NWL wrote:

Argus your one man and a boy crusade to oust AM is wearing a bit thin , did you not listen in to the 5 year plan, , it's very plain that he his very much part of that, so would at a guess if he keeps us in the top half of the table over the next few seasons, he will be going nowhere, if gets us to the play offs you may get your wish as a bigge club may well offer him a step up.

Non league football not for the faint hearted


Me wearing a bit thin - not going anywhere NWL and get used to it - interesting today in AM comments in paper - says on one hand he wants to bring in a couple of players which must go straight into first team and not be just squad players - yet he goes on - we can’t really sign them yet because we have a week without football this month - so assume by that HE thinks we need them as well as most of us on here NOW. Just say we lose against BPA on Saturday and miss out on promotion play-offs by 3 points - god bless the 5 year plan


Argus did I say you were going anywhere, no you beef is with AM supporting you club is a different matter, ,theirs been lots of managers at this club I've not been happy with the last being DB, my view was he sould never have been appointed, we wont make the play offs and I can easily see us loosing BPA, not the end of the world, just another disappointment, if the club adopted the 5 year plan we will have to live with it, TFC is in my
blood, can't change that and wouldn't want to, so a lot of up and downs will come, just hope for a few more ups, get used to it 58 odd years on still in love with it.


Posted By: NWL
Date Posted: 11 Dec 2017 at 8:31pm
Originally posted by NWL NWL wrote:

come
Originally posted by Argus9 Argus9 wrote:

Originally posted by NWL NWL wrote:

Argus your one man and a boy crusade to oust AM is wearing a bit thin , did you not listen in to the 5 year plan, , it's very plain that he his very much part of that, so would at a guess if he keeps us in the top half of the table over the next few seasons, he will be going nowhere, if gets us to the play offs you may get your wish as a bigge club may well offer him a step up.

Non league football not for the faint hearted


Me wearing a bit thin - not going anywhere NWL and get used to it - interesting today in AM comments in paper - says on one hand he wants to bring in a couple of players which must go straight into first team and not be just squad players - yet he goes on - we can’t really sign them yet because we have a week without football this month - so assume by that HE thinks we need them as well as most of us on here NOW. Just say we lose against BPA on Saturday and miss out on promotion play-offs by 3 points - god bless the 5 year plan


Argus did I say you were going anywhere, no you beef is with AM supporting you club is a different matter, ,theirs been lots of managers at this club I've not been happy with the last being DB, my view was he sould never have been appointed, we wont make the play offs and I can easily see us loosing BPA, not the end of the world, just another disappointment, if the club adopted the 5 year plan we will have to live with it, TFC is in my
blood, can't change that and wouldn't want to, so a lot of up and downs will come, just hope for a few more ups, get used to it 58 odd years on still in love with it.


Come on Argus, you had enough time to bite back, ,normaly I would have had at least 2 by now


Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 11 Dec 2017 at 9:34pm
Originally posted by NWL NWL wrote:

Originally posted by NWL NWL wrote:

come
Originally posted by Argus9 Argus9 wrote:

Originally posted by NWL NWL wrote:

Argus your one man and a boy crusade to oust AM is wearing a bit thin , did you not listen in to the 5 year plan, , it's very plain that he his very much part of that, so would at a guess if he keeps us in the top half of the table over the next few seasons, he will be going nowhere, if gets us to the play offs you may get your wish as a bigge club may well offer him a step up.

Non league football not for the faint hearted


Me wearing a bit thin - not going anywhere NWL and get used to it - interesting today in AM comments in paper - says on one hand he wants to bring in a couple of players which must go straight into first team and not be just squad players - yet he goes on - we can’t really sign them yet because we have a week without football this month - so assume by that HE thinks we need them as well as most of us on here NOW. Just say we lose against BPA on Saturday and miss out on promotion play-offs by 3 points - god bless the 5 year plan


Argus did I say you were going anywhere, no you beef is with AM supporting you club is a different matter, ,theirs been lots of managers at this club I've not been happy with the last being DB, my view was he sould never have been appointed, we wont make the play offs and I can easily see us loosing BPA, not the end of the world, just another disappointment, if the club adopted the 5 year plan we will have to live with it, TFC is in my
blood, can't change that and wouldn't want to, so a lot of up and downs will come, just hope for a few more ups, get used to it 58 odd years on still in love with it.


Come on Argus, you had enough time to bite back, ,normaly I would have had at least 2 by now

Can’t bite mate after all it’s Christmas and the season of good will even to certain managers - that said when Santa and Co get put back in the loft will still be left with the pantomime farce that is AM - ho ho ho


Posted By: Bolehall Youth
Date Posted: 11 Dec 2017 at 11:07pm
Oh yes you will !


Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 12 Dec 2017 at 6:09pm
Originally posted by Bolehall Youth Bolehall Youth wrote:

Oh yes you will !


Just hoping Morley is wearing his long- sight glasses over festive period as I’m sure he will be shouting from the half-way line to our goal-keeper - “it’s behind you”



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