Rd 14 v Victory

Discussion in 'Central Coast Mariners FC' started by turbo, Jan 10, 2020.


  1. pjennings

    pjennings Well-Known Member

    The bit I picked up was he said the Donachie non-penalty was correct. When Matty came over Bozza didn't have the guts to say the same - he instead said words to the effect of 'I know how you play from when I was there and you wouldn't go down without a reason'
     
  2. Big Al

    Big Al Well-Known Member

    Only Mariners player to have played last night when we last beat MV.
    One turncoat McGlinchy.
    As someone said he attacked an unwinnable over hit going nowhere ball. The kids would just look at it and walk away.
    Now that’s enough niceaties for him.
     
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  3. Big Al

    Big Al Well-Known Member

    Shout out to Millar. Wasn’t as effective going forward but when it mattered put an absolute peach on Murray’s head.
    He looked up. Took his time and saw Murray in the hole and put it on his forehead.
    No blaze and hope hit. Great ball and great composure and best yet, he actually hit a target he was aiming for.
    We deserved the goal as we were dominating but we were very wastefand disjointed at the same time
     
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  4. Ozhammer

    Ozhammer Well-Known Member

    Please don’t misspell his surname BA, it does him a disservice.... ;)
     
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  5. Elite

    Elite Active Member

    No no, dissssssssssservice :cool::piralaugh:
     
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  6. FFC Mariner

    FFC Mariner Well-Known Member

    Can Mill-er give Oar lessons please? His crossing was woeful
     
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  7. true believer

    true believer Well-Known Member

    Millar got badly skinned a few times .
    And we were lucky they couldn"t convert .
    He is on a steep learning curve .

    Dds has to let the ball go instead for trying to beat 5 dudes .

    Jair had an under rated preformance
    If murray takes his chances he could of had a few assists

    Rowles can head a ball

    In staj we trust
     
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  8. onto it

    onto it Member

    what? a nink**poop?
     
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  9. onto it

    onto it Member

    Such a shame musc**t wasn't still in charge.
     
  10. onto it

    onto it Member

    He is really unfit. You would not want to see him with a shirt off - flabatious.
     
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  11. Capn Gus Bloodbeard

    Capn Gus Bloodbeard Well-Known Member

    I know....but he wouldn't have been sent off, so it would all be slightly less funny.
    But then it would be funnier, because Muscat.

    the idiots over at whingepool are still whining about Matty, it's hilarious. Apparently it isn't fair that Kurz is suspended and Simon isn't charged for bringing the game into disrepute :piralaugh::piralaugh::piralaugh::piralaugh:
     
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  12. onto it

    onto it Member

    So many of the players are not playing to the structure set out in training. Although the teamwork is improving too many are still playing for themselves. I think Kim was just wanting to get forward (to be the hero), but was supposed to be in the middle of the back three. It left us very vulnerable at times.
    Others (eg DDS) were not doing their work,instead were also trying to be the individualist hero.
    Staj will sort them one way or another.
    Overall though, I thought the character of the team to fight for the full 100 was outstanding. The tide is turning!
     
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  13. Capn Gus Bloodbeard

    Capn Gus Bloodbeard Well-Known Member

    Yeah.....I noticed a few times Kim went forwards and everytime he did, about 2 mids sort of hung back a bit to cover him. The commentators were commenting on how good his forward movement is, but to me it just seemed like him moving up would keep disrupting the midfield, which is the problem with putting him in the back line. And when he is sort of turn between pushing up and dropping back and 2 players have run back to cover him - suddenly there's a big gap. I'm still not sold on him in the back line.
     
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  14. onto it

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    Yes, and T & M failed to get back. They played more like wingers than wing backs. Not fit enough.
    I am not a big fan of Ziggy but felt sorry for him at times when he was trying to get the ball out. Kim and Miller were often hiding behind Victory players on the half way line.
     
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  15. onto it

    onto it Member

    But what an entertaining game!! What a lot of fun!!!
     
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  16. marinermick

    marinermick Well-Known Member

    It’s because he is not in the backline.

    I watched the replay today and we played a 4-2-2-2 predominately. It started as a 3-5-2 but moved quickly to 4-2-2-2.

    Kim occasionally dropped in the backline to help but that was not his permanent position for this game.
     
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  17. onto it

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    So do you think Staj is leading the world in just playing two defenders?
     
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  18. Capn Gus Bloodbeard

    Capn Gus Bloodbeard Well-Known Member

    Hmm....I noticed a few times when he pushed up, he seemed to drop right back into the backline while we were attacking. Maybe moving him around the pitch is doing his head in a bit?
    It's the A-League. Home of bizarre football. Would it even surprise you?
     
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  19. marinermick

    marinermick Well-Known Member

    At times in attack. He wants to overload the midfield to win and maintain possession.

    In defence sometimes Kim drops in, sometimes Miller, sometimes Oar, sometimes all three.

    Modern football init where formations are fluid.
     
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  20. Forum Phoenix

    Forum Phoenix Well-Known Member

    Exactly Tommy never had as much time, but he had several chances with Jair and Muzz in the right area for all of his over hit crosses. Millar gets that one ball wrong, and we never win that game. It’s the vital quality we need in the final third.
     
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