Well done to the head coach today

Class_of_2010

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Strong side picked, not rushing all the new lads in like some of our more clueless fans wanted

Played well, created more and defensively better

Turton man of the match today as well for me

Well done all, better today with more spirit

Deserved to win ...
Fair play Phil. You aren't the narrow minded pessismist I thought you were. We'll get there in the end. UTP 🧡
 

TangerineBear

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Strong side picked, not rushing all the new lads in like some of our more clueless fans wanted

Played well, created more and defensively better

Turton man of the match today as well for me

Well done all, better today with more spirit

Deserved to win ...
Some good points but why do you frequently feel the need to make uneccessary negative comments to other fans? We all want the best for our club and all have our unique perspective. Let's stand united not divided.
 

Alf

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Some good points but why do you frequently feel the need to make uneccessary negative comments to other fans? We all want the best for our club and all have our unique perspective. Let's stand united not divided.
That’s just his style mate it will never change 😉
 

BlackpoolsFinest

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The job lot we cleared out aren’t doing much elsewhere either so in that measurement Critch did fine.
Feeney can't currently get in to Tranmere's first team, Spearing is though. 16th in League Two is no mean feat.

I wonder how Groot is doing in the Turkish 2nd division? As well as Hardie at Plymouth probably.

Did Heneghan manage to get a contract...... Anywhere?
 

62years&counting

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It was a strong performance with little cutting edge. Playing very well in areas but lacking final 3rd quality.

Still have a shaky moment in defence but Mitchell had to come on for Garbutt.

Its good we have the new lads in defence and midfield to put pressure on those who are playing and the midfielders brought in seem good quality.

Some strong performances and I thought Williams did well.
Unfortunately we haven't a striker worthy of the name. Our front 3 have never been prolific...Madine 1 goal every 4+ games, Yates 1 goal every 4+ games, Hamilton 1 goal every 8 games.
 

1966_and_all_that

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What I do find frustrating is, with little time left, the players still go through the motions of methodically playing it back along the back four to search out another angle when it should be, 'hey lads, hey!' and an all out assault on their goal.
 

Going Up the Pool

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Some good points but why do you frequently feel the need to make uneccessary negative comments to other fans? We all want the best for our club and all have our unique perspective. Let's stand united not divided.
I don't get it either. I know it's all about WUM ... but unnecessary all the same.

We are ALL pool fans and want the same thing.
 

clappers

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I don’t think it’s wanting the team to fail. I think some are just a bit more realistic of where we are and the mountain we now have to climb to property compete in this division with a novice at the helm who hasn’t and still hasn’t convinced a fair number of fans. The ‘patient’ fans do seem to be coming across as a bit overly defensive. For patience you could easily just substitute blind faith.
 

Adams Kebab

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Strong side picked, not rushing all the new lads in like some of our more clueless fans wanted

Played well, created more and defensively better

Turton man of the match today as well for me

Well done all, better today with more spirit

Deserved to win ...
Agree with all that mate, Williams offered much better protection to the defence.

Missed Garbutt’s delivery on set pieces as ours were poor throughout & not sure about not making any changes last 10-15...

Kemp loan is a weird one? Bez? Nowhere to be seen last two games? When attacking changes are needed. I get today more than last week.

New signings to come in and hopefully start bedding in. Onwards and upwards.
 

BlackpoolsFinest

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I don’t think it’s wanting the team to fail. I think some are just a bit more realistic of where we are and the mountain we now have to climb to property compete in this division with a novice at the helm who hasn’t and still hasn’t convinced a fair number of fans. The ‘patient’ fans do seem to be coming across as a bit overly defensive. For patience you could easily just substitute blind faith.
Where we are is 1 individual error brain fart and a 10 minute implosion against the team currently sitting 3rd in the league away from mid table.

Would everyone be so suicidal if we were 12th?
Would that not be good enough?

7th? 3rd? Top?
 

TheOldKop

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The realism of where we are now typifies the changes made and currently being implemented. For those with a pragmatic view on this blind faith does not come into it!
I’d be worried wandering around some off here with axes in hand
 

clappers

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Where we are is 1 individual error brain fart and a 10 minute implosion against the team currently sitting 3rd in the league away from mid table.

Would everyone be so suicidal if we were 12th?
Would that not be good enough?

7th? 3rd? Top?

the points return as against the possession stats show us where we are. 5th bottom.
 

BlackpoolsFinest

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the points return as against the possession stats show us where we are. 5th bottom.
Correct. But the fine lines between 5th from bottom and 7th are there for all to see.
Which is why some fans calling for Critch's head is ludicrous.
I'd prefer to buy in to what the entire club is now on board with than trying to see everything in a negative light and hoping we fail.
 
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