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    Quote Originally Posted by THE SEVENTIES NORTH BANK View Post
    He said after the Oxford game that he came alive when switched to the left wing. He said he much prefers it. Don't want him on the right wing if he's no good there.
    If he plays down the left, that helps Coker and Demetriou.

    Demi seems more comfortable, when he has someone better defensively in front of him.

    Looking at where McGlash has impacted best, it's been from down the left (e.g. his goal against Sheffield United and his assists against Scunthorpe United and Millwall).

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    Didn't we play them in the play offs a while back?

    I don't think they came close to filing it then either. We have filled their place out on more than one occasion.

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    Both of our full backs are very good going forward so no need to play with wingers. O'Neill is a similar player to Atkinson and so should take up his slot unless Amos is a busy type of player who realises that he has defensive duties.

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    I'd prefer O'Neill to McGl, I think, but believe PB will stay with McGl for this one and maybe O'Neill for Tuesday night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyT View Post
    Is that the Boxing Day game when they mullered us 4-0?!
    (That was revenge for the 2-5!)
    That Curly Bob is a jolly good chap!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyT View Post

    Looking at where McGlash has impacted best, it's been from down the left (e.g. his goal against Sheffield United and his assists against Scunthorpe United and Millwall).
    Oddly enough, the better sides in the division
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    Don't know why we never really travel well to Southend, odd one. Don't know if it will be different this season, we've averaged over 1,000 for our away games this year which is a bloody good effort. Perhaps we'll get to 700

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    Quote Originally Posted by ntfcfan View Post
    Don't know why we never really travel well to Southend, odd one. Don't know if it will be different this season, we've averaged over 1,000 for our away games this year which is a bloody good effort. Perhaps we'll get to 700
    Yeah it's not far really and road links are good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cobblers View Post
    There have been no figures released yet but I would imagine around 700 or so. Not sure why we dont travel to well to Southend as our away support to most places is pretty decent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ntfcfan View Post
    Don't know why we never really travel well to Southend, odd one. Don't know if it will be different this season, we've averaged over 1,000 for our away games this year which is a bloody good effort. Perhaps we'll get to 700
    Welcome back 'cobblers' and 'ntfcfan'.

    How is the club, these days, financially, after the debacle with Cardoza?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tangled up in Blue View Post
    Would recommend The Cricketers.Bit of a walk from the ground but the real ale's worth it.Even seen Millwall fans there before now so you'd be welcome.
    Welcome from the Cricketers?

    Not any more.

    You've been in Spain too long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy2holes View Post
    Didn't we play them in the play offs a while back?

    Didn't we play them in the play offs? Dear oh dear, how can anyone need reminding of any detail of those play offs?

    That Eastwood penalty will live long in the memory

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyT View Post
    Is that the Boxing Day game when they mullered us 4-0?!
    Yes it was. We also played them in a crazy end to end FA Cup game earlier that month which finished 4-4. A brilliant game to watch. A Cadette hat-trick and Red card Roy the scorers for us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by THE SEVENTIES NORTH BANK View Post
    Yes it was. We also played them in a crazy end to end FA Cup game earlier that month which finished 4-4. A brilliant game to watch. A Cadette hat-trick and Red card Roy the scorers for us.
    That game rates amongst one of the most exciting games I have ever seen at Roots Hall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rootshallbloke View Post
    That game rates amongst one of the most exciting games I have ever seen at Roots Hall.
    I have the high lights on video some where .

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    Quote Originally Posted by sosborne View Post
    I have the high lights on video some where .
    Any chance of posting them. I would love too see that Cadette hat-trick again.

    That has to be in any ones top 3 matches every seen. Yes we have had better results but in terms of football I remember people literally buzzing as they left the ground.
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