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Keiran

Postby Chandos on Tue Sep 12, 2017 9:52 pm

I meant to post after Saturdays match how long before Keiran gets beat off his line from the half way line. Didn't expect it to be so soon.
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Re: Keiran

Postby Gav on Tue Sep 12, 2017 10:12 pm

Been expecting it to happen all season. At least it happened at 2-0 down and not 0-0.

Let's hope he learns from it and doesn't do it again as otherwise he is an excellent keeper.
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Re: Keiran

Postby sut on Wed Sep 13, 2017 12:27 am

Certainly not going to blame him for tonights defeat, several of the players in front of him had given up long before the third went in
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Re: Keiran

Postby Retro Smith on Wed Sep 13, 2017 9:38 pm

The game was already long gone before the third goal but it was a great effort from his own half and think Kieron thought it was going wide after it went over him. Number 11 and 9 were good for them and we seemed a bit off the pace like we did the week before at Mickleover. On saying that at 1 down Jordan was unlucky as their keeper made save of the century and had than gone in and 1 all at the break it could have been a different game but as it was some **** poor defending gifted them a second just before half time and that for me was the game as we toiled in the rain second half but even when they went down to 10 men for an obvious red card on Shawy we were simply not good enough to break them down. Got **** wet through, poor result and performance and late night. Not a good night in Yorkshire and we need to start looking at the lack of consistency as to be sixth is a great start but the Jekyl and Hyde performances are frustrating.

Saturday financially for the club is massive and let's home the winning team turn up......
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Re: Keiran

Postby Parso on Thu Sep 14, 2017 7:35 am

Kieran gets no blame from me - in fact he made a brilliant one-handed save in the second half when we were chasing the game.

All in all, a night and a performance to forget. Although the first 35 minutes were very even with both sides cancelling each other out. They then upped the pace and scored a well worked goal after the ref had played advantage. We went straight back up the other end, and as said earlier on the thread, the keeper made a fantastic save to keep out Jordan. If we had gone in one down at the break then we were still in the game, but some shocking defending allowed them to make it two.

Once they went down to ten - with one of the most cynical challenges you will ever see - we had no idea on how to break them down. We had loads of the ball but didn't really know what to do. We got it wide plenty of times and didn't get the ball in the box, despite having three strikers on the pitch. Admittedly they sat 9 men behind the ball and dug in, but we seem to run out of ideas very quickly. A bad night at the office.

However, win on Saturday, and all will be well.
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