National League Fixtures - 03/09/19

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Anyway, poor result for us at Yeovil on Saturday despite having chance after chance in the 2nd half. We need to put it right tonight v Solihull, who have lost 3 on the bounce.

One thing doing my head in about non-league is the lack of information on certain matters. For example, Solihull's Paul McCallum has missed the last 2 or 3 games, but I can't find a single word on the nature of his injury/if he's likely to play tonight. Although this may be just as much a comment about the decline in local journalism...

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Tonight, away at stockport. Im not even looking forward to it we're playing that badly at the minute. Cant really put my finger on the problem either. Strange one with Stockport, watched them on TV against Maidenhead and i thought they would be bottom 7 or 8. They looked like they lacked any real attacking threat. Since that game though they have been superb, so every credit to them. Must have been just a bad day at the office. Honestly i can only see one result and that is a home victory
 

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Anyway, poor result for us at Yeovil on Saturday despite having chance after chance in the 2nd half. We need to put it right tonight v Solihull, who have lost 3 on the bounce.

One thing doing my head in about non-league is the lack of information on certain matters. For example, Solihull's Paul McCallum has missed the last 2 or 3 games, but I can't find a single word on the nature of his injury/if he's likely to play tonight. Although this may be just as much a comment about the decline in local journalism...
Yes. Seems to a few issues at the moment
 

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Sounded like Barra have been well on top just haven't found the back of our net yet, whereas we've had one or two good chances ourselves.
 

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Well apart from a decent opening 15 by Moors the whole match has been absolutely awful.
 

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The 20 hours travelling to Torquay and back on the weekend probably taking it's toll, would be very happy with a point here.
Having half the season by the end of September is ridiculous.

Need a couple of changes here, fresh legs, see what happens. I'd bring Luke James on.
 

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1-0. Undeserved by the looks of it but we'll take it. Would've lost that last season.
 

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We played quite well and we far from deserved a defeat, just lacked a cutting edge and as the game drew on a sucker punch looked inevitable. Pools to be fair defended well and their keep made a few good saves (was he the one getting criticised earlier on in the season or am I thinking of another team?)

We looked a lot more solid defensively after the introduction of Platt and we're probably in that run of form where a bit of luck changes everything.

I've seen enough to suggest we have enough to be mid-table, I'd be more worried if we were getting slaughtered every week of course.
 

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1-0. Undeserved by the looks of it but we'll take it. Would've lost that last season.
Can't remember the last time we won three in a row, feeling lightheaded.

Yes Killip is the same keeper who started the season playing with no hands on the end of his wrists, seems to be improving.
 

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Doing alright now isn't he? 5 at the back is much better. Cunningham, Raynes & Kerr all solid at the minute. Kitching is much improved on last year and Kioso is developing into a cracking full back.
 

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Killip also brought down our man for a stonewall penalty, which the referee (as usual) missed because he was counting his feet.

We dominated and Hartlepool were sitting back and soaking it up. As a result, the second half we never really looked like scoring. Have to start looking at the players and who needs replacing as a few aren't good enough.

I think we'll still be mid table, but already feels like the season is a write-off.
 

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Killip also brought down our man for a stonewall penalty, which the referee (as usual) missed because he was counting his feet.
Don't recall this happening on the radio. Oh well a shithouse 3 points the type which half the sides who come to the Vic do every season.
 

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Don't recall this happening on the radio. Oh well a shithouse 3 points the type which half the sides who come to the Vic do every season.
Yeah, Dyson ran across the box, Killip went down to the ball and took the man. Probably 5/10 mins before the goal.
 

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