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Post by rossi » Sun Apr 03, 2022 4:36 pm

ashfordblue wrote:
Sun Apr 03, 2022 3:31 pm
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So don't change a winning team but bring in all those kids ffs, yeah perfect sense.
Well, Mikey boy I was selecting 3 good players from our own under 23's.

Plus I've noticed you always have to be F*****G right and condescending and criticizing others' views don't you, listen, buddy, you are but a youth fan on here where I have been a fan for over 68 years 1953/54 season 3rd div south under Scott Duncan and I think I know what I'm observing with our current useless strike force, so you would keep piling in our crap strikers rather give our youth a chance now we don't have a cat in hells chance of the playoffs I think that makes perfect sense, it would give KM a better view of our youth, not just observing from afar the under 23's top of their league results, we must give them a chance to show what they can do, and what better time than the last 5 matches where we have nothing to lose now.

It would be interesting to hear what others think on here of my views
I take it you mean your views on team selection, Ash, rather than your somewhat unfair, unjust, and totally untrue observations of BM.

Well I tend to agree with your views on team selection, if you meant the team you posted earlier:
Walton
Donacien Wolfie Burgess

Burns Morsey Humphries Aluko

Celina

Simpson Chirewa

For me, it makes use of the best of our youth, retains Celina and Aluko, and gets rid of our non-performing players - not to mention having 2 up front. That team can't do any worse than the team fielded yesterday, so I say give it a chance

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Post by goldandblack » Sun Apr 03, 2022 5:02 pm

Talking football, who's going up to Shropshire next week, now theirs a club with a proud history since the 1880s.
then Rotherham, 4 to 6 points for the taking i think

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Post by BlueBalls » Sun Apr 03, 2022 5:38 pm

The problem yesterday was the formation (plus two useless feckers).

Burns was taken out with it as he had two people to get past versus their setup. A setup to do just that job and it worked. They didnt need to worry about the left side as frankly Thompson is one of the worst players I have ever seen.

Im behind KM but yesterday worries me as it was such an easy thing to spot.

We need better strikers but when you have Burns neutralised and Thompson on the other flank who continuously crossed behind the lines (if he managed it at all), its not actually the strikers fault.

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Post by ashfordblue » Sun Apr 03, 2022 6:47 pm

rossi wrote:
Sun Apr 03, 2022 4:36 pm
ashfordblue wrote:
Sun Apr 03, 2022 3:31 pm
Bluemike wrote:
Sun Apr 03, 2022 3:01 pm
So don't change a winning team but bring in all those kids ffs, yeah perfect sense.
Well, Mikey boy I was selecting 3 good players from our own under 23's.

Plus I've noticed you always have to be F*****G right and condescending and criticizing others' views don't you, listen, buddy, you are but a youth fan on here where I have been a fan for over 68 years 1953/54 season 3rd div south under Scott Duncan and I think I know what I'm observing with our current useless strike force, so you would keep piling in our crap strikers rather give our youth a chance now we don't have a cat in hells chance of the playoffs I think that makes perfect sense, it would give KM a better view of our youth, not just observing from afar the under 23's top of their league results, we must give them a chance to show what they can do, and what better time than the last 5 matches where we have nothing to lose now.

It would be interesting to hear what others think on here of my views
I take it you mean your views on team selection, Ash, rather than your somewhat unfair, unjust, and totally untrue observations of BM.

Well, I tend to agree with your views on team selection if you meant the team you posted earlier:
Walton
Donacien Wolfie Burgess

Burns Morsey Humphries Aluko

Celina

Simpson Chirewa


For me, it makes use of the best of our youth, retains Celina and Aluko, and gets rid of our non-performing players - not to mention having 2 upfront. That team can't do any worse than the team fielded yesterday, so I say give it a chance
Sorry Rossi but I originally meant why the Hell KM changes the winning lineup against Plymouth to bring in Carroll and leave the likes of Aluko on the bench and could have played El Mizuni rather than Thompson, and then when I suggest for our next game we change two useless players with Three of our players from our under 23's squad, which makes sense as they have earnt the right to be given a chance, especially Humphreys to show what he can do alongside Sam Morsy, and BM's reply of a sarcastic oh yeh that makes perfect sense got my back up a tad, unless of course, he didn't read it correctly when I stated why Did KM bring in Carroll and as BM said that's us stuffed, KM completely broke up the left side with Carroll's inclusion. I quite honestly can't see the top six teams failing on their run in games. But as most of us agree this is a vast learning curve for KM in management and I just hope he is learning to not change a winning team against the likes of Cambridge Utd etc.
And does everyone agree that we have blown our playoff chances with this result? we have played one game more on 41 one than the other six or seven teams in front of us, unless of course by some miracle all the top 7 teams lose all their remaining run in games and we win all ours :shock: which wont happen :roll: will it ??

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Post by goldandblack » Sun Apr 03, 2022 7:53 pm

ashfordblue wrote:
Sun Apr 03, 2022 3:31 pm
Bluemike wrote:
Sun Apr 03, 2022 3:01 pm
So don't change a winning team but bring in all those kids ffs, yeah perfect sense.
Well, Mikey boy I was selecting 3 good players from our own under 23's.

Plus I've noticed you always have to be F*****G right and condescending and criticizing others' views don't you, listen, buddy, you are but a youth fan on here where I have been a fan for over 68 years 1953/54 season 3rd div south under Scott Duncan and I think I know what I'm observing with our current useless strike force, so you would keep piling in our crap strikers rather give our youth a chance now we don't have a cat in hells chance of the playoffs I think that makes perfect sense, it would give KM a better view of our youth, not just observing from afar the under 23's top of their league results, we must give them a chance to show what they can do, and what better time than the last 5 matches where we have nothing to lose now.

It would be interesting to hear what others think on here of my views
not being personal Ash, but ive been watching football for just as long as you and i still dont understand how teams click, so its not how long you've been watching but how much you really learned while watching.,IMO

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Post by Bluemike » Sun Apr 03, 2022 7:56 pm

I always have to be right ? Lmfao, I'm about the only one on here that ever admits when they are wrong, I.e. Cook, Hurst, Woolfenden etc. I think pot and kettle spring to mind Ash. Your constant ravings about Simpson, a player who won't even commit to the club is bizarre to say the least, how anyone can think of playing a player that won't commit to the club is p*ss poor in my opinion but of course I could be wrong.

Not quite sure what difference it makes how many years anyone has supported the club, 49 in my case and thankfully dementia hasn't set in here just yet, in any case it's only as of yesterday that our play off chances are all but dead so how the hell do you know what I would do from now ? I wouldn't have played kids up to yesterday, not a chance but I guess you know more than Mckenna what is best for us, he was only at the biggest club in the world after all.

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Post by goldandblack » Sun Apr 03, 2022 8:11 pm

We all have our opinions as that is what make these forums,
But the fact is unless you’re on the inside of the club and know exactly what’s going on it always going to be just opinions, we all haven’t a clue do we.
BUT It’s good to talk, :wink:

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Post by marko69 » Sun Apr 03, 2022 9:21 pm

What an absolute tune that was aye?! Loved it. Not heard it for years. 👍👍

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What an absolute tune that was aye?! Loved it. Not heard it for years. 👍👍
yeah Paul Heaton made and still does do some classics, fat boy slim used to be in his band, another wild soul lol

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Post by marko69 » Sun Apr 03, 2022 10:55 pm

goldandblack wrote:
Sun Apr 03, 2022 9:58 pm
marko69 wrote:
Sun Apr 03, 2022 9:21 pm
What an absolute tune that was aye?! Loved it. Not heard it for years. 👍👍
yeah Paul Heaton made and still does do some classics, fat boy slim used to be in his band, another wild soul lol
You're the funk soul brother on this forum, Wolfie! :lol:

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Post by rossi » Mon Apr 04, 2022 8:36 am

ashfordblue wrote:
Sun Apr 03, 2022 6:47 pm
Sorry Rossi but I originally meant why the Hell KM changes the winning lineup against Plymouth to bring in Carroll and leave the likes of Aluko on the bench and could have played El Mizuni rather than Thompson, and then when I suggest for our next game we change two useless players with Three of our players from our under 23's squad, which makes sense as they have earnt the right to be given a chance, especially Humphreys to show what he can do alongside Sam Morsy, and BM's reply of a sarcastic oh yeh that makes perfect sense got my back up a tad, unless of course, he didn't read it correctly when I stated why Did KM bring in Carroll and as BM said that's us stuffed, KM completely broke up the left side with Carroll's inclusion. I quite honestly can't see the top six teams failing on their run in games. But as most of us agree this is a vast learning curve for KM in management and I just hope he is learning to not change a winning team against the likes of Cambridge Utd etc.
And does everyone agree that we have blown our playoff chances with this result? we have played one game more on 41 one than the other six or seven teams in front of us, unless of course by some miracle all the top 7 teams lose all their remaining run in games and we win all ours :shock: which wont happen :roll: will it ??
I don't think we have blown our chances with this result - I think we blew our chances over the first part of the season while Coq was manager. I remember saying that at the time.
Coq had a rare opportunity as a manager this season - a complete squad of his own choosing and 100% backing from the owners. Unfortunately he was not up to the job, and I still question many of the players he brought in as I don't consider many of them to be anywhere good enough. It still amazes me how so many were saying he should be given more time 10 games into the season - had we have got rid of him then we may well be in a better position now as I think that KM has done a fantastic job with the lopsided squad that Coq assembled.
Hopefully there will be personnel changes in the close season, but it's not going to be easy next season - assuming we finish 9th, there will be 5 teams next season who did better than us this season plus 3 relegated from the Championship, and all of them will have similar aspirations to us. Nothing is ever a given

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Post by ashfordblue » Mon Apr 04, 2022 12:51 pm

Bluemike wrote:
Sun Apr 03, 2022 7:56 pm
I always have to be right ? Lmfao, I'm about the only one on here that ever admits when they are wrong, I.e. Cook, Hurst, Woolfenden etc. I think pot and kettle spring to mind Ash. Your constant ravings about Simpson, a player who won't even commit to the club is bizarre to say the least, how anyone can think of playing a player that won't commit to the club is p*ss poor in my opinion but of course I could be wrong.

Not quite sure what difference it makes how many years anyone has supported the club, 49 in my case and thankfully dementia hasn't set in here just yet, in any case it's only as of yesterday that our play off chances are all but dead so how the hell do you know what I would do from now ? I wouldn't have played kids up to yesterday, not a chance but I guess you know more than Mckenna what is best for us, he was only at the biggest club in the world after all.
I'll tell you what Mike there were many fans who scratched their heads on leaving out Bakinson For Carroll and Thompson fails on the left side, he had an adequate chance to change the lineup at HT I wonder like others what the hell he see's in Carroll he's so lightweight and gets knocked off the ball easily, I hope KM understands that Carroll and Thompson can leave the club as they are not right for Div 1 football, and if only we had KM on board from the start of the season things would have been better, so thanks again to Marcus Evans leaving present and Cook in charge Grrrrr. sorry I had a little dig at you BM BUT I was fuming with the result and Carroll's selection, and I'm sure you just might agree that if KM gives Simpson a chance he will extend his 1-year contract option. But I'm with you I wouldn't have brought the youngsters in for the Cambridge game, its the remaining none entity games that are the chances for the under 23 youth.
But when teams come here to block out our weak attacking formation you will need a big fella in there to sort it out with some strong runs, anyway our seasons over so let us get some youth playing for the remaining 5 games, once again my apologies for having a go at you, it's my age silly old git :lol: :lol: so I hope you will forgive me, buddy.

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Post by Bluemike » Mon Apr 04, 2022 1:51 pm

Please don't apologise, we all have those days and I apologise for my part in it too.

I did in fact state prior to kick off that with Carroll in we could just blow it and while it obviously wasn't all down to Carroll being in it was certainly a big void left in our Midfield, I would 100% have played Bakinson, its no coincidence since his inclusion alongside Morsy we'd not lost, this is the only area where I disagree with KM, Carroll is cack, same with Thompson, deffo no better than Penney and liable to quite a few errors during games.

I am sure you may get your wish for some of the youngsters over the last month of the season, let's see what they can do.

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Post by ashfordblue » Mon Apr 04, 2022 2:29 pm

Well it's onto the next game at Shrewsbury hopefully a full squad without Thompson or Carroll, then it's the Millers away, then a tasty Wigan at home so let's get behind the lads in the remaining fixtures and hopefully see a few goals scored for us :)

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Post by Steve and Jo » Mon Apr 04, 2022 2:40 pm

Reading in between the lines it seems Mike Ashton has issues with Simpson's agent. He says he will not let this club of ours bow to agents when Simpson's name came up.

I totally agree on Carroll and Thompson though in fairness our defensive record is not bad at all. Saying that, those two players never have impressed me at all, especially Carroll and Saturday's game was a total nightmare for Thompson.

I do see flaws in Bakinson though he has improved hell of a lot and in my opinion better all around player than Carroll but still prefer Lee Evans when fit. Totally agree with rossi on Cook and not letting him go earlier though with 19 new players in the owners must of felt he needed longer. In hindsight, wonderful thing hindsight is he should of left sooner. It was not Saturday's result cost us playoffs. Indeed it is not the results under Kieran that's cost us. Again as been mentioned its prior KM coming in. We have a great backbone up unto we come the forward line, we also have great width. Saturday was one to quickly forget other than learn from. All in all really happy in direction Ipswich are going in. Need new players in certain areas but in the main we have a team that can take us forwards. Roll on 2022/23 season

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Post by marko69 » Tue Apr 05, 2022 9:41 pm

Cambridge @ home to Wycombe tonight? Smashed. Unreal.

Nice of Morecambe to beat Oxford though........, every little helps.

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Post by hallamblue » Tue Apr 05, 2022 11:56 pm

Just a typical set of results for league one tbh , which is why it’s so hard to get out of .

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Post by Bluemike » Wed Apr 06, 2022 5:40 am

Yep weird and we smashed Wycombe twice.

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Post by Shed on tour » Wed Apr 06, 2022 8:33 am

A few weeks ago Rotherham looked a absolute shoo-in for automatics now it not looking so certain. As has already been said, a strange league where anything can happen.

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Post by rossi » Wed Apr 06, 2022 9:47 am

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Wed Apr 06, 2022 8:33 am
A few weeks ago Rotherham looked a absolute shoo-in for automatics now it not looking so certain. As has already been said, a strange league where anything can happen.
Yes, and that's a perfect illustration of why this division is so hard to get out of - there are a number of teams that are really close in terms of quality and any team can win on it's day.

My personal theory is that the salary cap has evened things out so much now that we are never again likely to see one team run away with things. Why? Well, given that salaries are more or less even at most clubs, the only thing left to attract a decent player at this level is to be able to virtually guarantee him playing time, because that's what players (especially good ones) want to do, play every game. We have used rotation for far too long now at this club, and even KM is still doing it though it's arguable that he does it because the squad is too big. So next season I'm hoping for a much smaller squad with more quality and more week to week consistency, and a much more settled side. I honestly think that is the only way we can get out of this league

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Post by Shed on tour » Wed Apr 06, 2022 10:13 am

rossi wrote:
Wed Apr 06, 2022 9:47 am
Shed on tour wrote:
Wed Apr 06, 2022 8:33 am
A few weeks ago Rotherham looked a absolute shoo-in for automatics now it not looking so certain. As has already been said, a strange league where anything can happen.
Yes, and that's a perfect illustration of why this division is so hard to get out of - there are a number of teams that are really close in terms of quality and any team can win on it's day.

My personal theory is that the salary cap has evened things out so much now that we are never again likely to see one team run away with things. Why? Well, given that salaries are more or less even at most clubs, the only thing left to attract a decent player at this level is to be able to virtually guarantee him playing time, because that's what players (especially good ones) want to do, play every game. We have used rotation for far too long now at this club, and even KM is still doing it though it's arguable that he does it because the squad is too big. So next season I'm hoping for a much smaller squad with more quality and more week to week consistency, and a much more settled side. I honestly think that is the only way we can get out of this league
Totally agree with your comment about having a settled side next season. I’ve already seen people posting (not on here) about HMS p*ss the league next year. They were making the same comments before the start of this season. It certainly will not be easy but I am hoping that we will at least make a better job of being in contention than we have the past 3 seasons.

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Post by Tangfastic » Wed Apr 06, 2022 10:24 am

Shed on tour wrote:
Wed Apr 06, 2022 10:13 am
rossi wrote:
Wed Apr 06, 2022 9:47 am
Shed on tour wrote:
Wed Apr 06, 2022 8:33 am
A few weeks ago Rotherham looked a absolute shoo-in for automatics now it not looking so certain. As has already been said, a strange league where anything can happen.
Yes, and that's a perfect illustration of why this division is so hard to get out of - there are a number of teams that are really close in terms of quality and any team can win on it's day.

My personal theory is that the salary cap has evened things out so much now that we are never again likely to see one team run away with things. Why? Well, given that salaries are more or less even at most clubs, the only thing left to attract a decent player at this level is to be able to virtually guarantee him playing time, because that's what players (especially good ones) want to do, play every game. We have used rotation for far too long now at this club, and even KM is still doing it though it's arguable that he does it because the squad is too big. So next season I'm hoping for a much smaller squad with more quality and more week to week consistency, and a much more settled side. I honestly think that is the only way we can get out of this league
Totally agree with your comment about having a settled side next season. I’ve already seen people posting (not on here) about HMS p*ss the league next year. They were making the same comments before the start of this season. It certainly will not be easy but I am hoping that we will at least make a better job of being in contention than we have the past 3 seasons.
Not sure who we'll compete with next year, but it should be another tough season. Derby should be down there with us, but not sure what financial state they'd be in. But without their points deduction, they'd be comfortably safe. Posh, too.... who know this division inside out. Hoping that Rotherham go up as I don't want them down here next season.

If we were to take our current form over 46 games then we'd be top six contenders, not top two. We have to keep on improving. Much depends on the business in the summer. McKenna must have a good idea on what he needs by now. Some good early business and a full pre-season and - fingers crossed - we'll be up there. Just want to see some robust, tough as nails players come in. We can't just outplay teams with possession football to win games.

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Post by marko69 » Wed Apr 06, 2022 12:30 pm

And don’t forget Deportivo La Forest Green Rovers. Tough times ahead.

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And don’t forget Deportivo La Forest Green Rovers. Tough times ahead.
marko if this season is anything to go by then we may struggle against Forest Green as we have failed to beat any of the 3 teams that came up from League 2 last season (Cheltenham, Cambridge, Bolton).

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Post by Shed on tour » Wed Apr 06, 2022 12:47 pm

Shed on tour wrote:
Wed Apr 06, 2022 12:44 pm
marko69 wrote:
Wed Apr 06, 2022 12:30 pm
And don’t forget Deportivo La Forest Green Rovers. Tough times ahead.
marko if this season is anything to go by then we may struggle against Forest Green as we have failed to beat any of the 3 teams that came up from League 2 last season (Cheltenham, Cambridge, Bolton).
PS: Add Morecambe to the list as well! :lol:

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Post by MasseyFerguson » Wed Apr 06, 2022 4:32 pm

Shed on tour wrote:
Wed Apr 06, 2022 8:33 am
A few weeks ago Rotherham looked a absolute shoo-in for automatics now it not looking so certain. As has already been said, a strange league where anything can happen.
They will probably still do it but, as you say, strange league. I see young Parrott has come on leaps and bounds this season with MK Dons. I work with a Dons supporter who says their fans are raving about him. Between goals, assists and overall play he is a big reason for their climb to the brink of automatic promotion. Pity he didn't show much when he was with us.

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