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#21 Pugwash

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Posted 17 August 2013 - 05:45 PM

How is Chris Hough still getting a game he's terrible how can you play hooked and not get tackled is beyond me he never run the ball all night lon

 

Did you watch the same game as I did JBBA?

 

Houghy was quite clearly the catalyst for most of the good stuff Hornets did!  When he returned to the pitch in the second half we started to pull the game back!  I wish English and Hough were 22 Hornets would be set for a decade.

 

We just got beaten on the night that's all.

 

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#22 fillipo del toro

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Posted 17 August 2013 - 10:35 PM

Well your crowd went up 700 from the last home game you had


Same rubbish different game, if the crowd was based on body mass alone Oldham brought 3000. Based on brain cells 200 at best!
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#23 Pugwash

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Posted 18 August 2013 - 12:00 AM

Same rubbish different game, if the crowd was based on body mass alone Oldham brought 3000. Based on brain cells 200 at best!

 

200?!?!?!?!  How many did the guy with no shirt on contribute to that total?  There was also some spectators who came to watch the warm-up game?

 

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#24 jananbillingsbarmyarmy

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Posted 18 August 2013 - 05:58 AM

Did you watch the same game as I did JBBA?

 

Houghy was quite clearly the catalyst for most of the good stuff Hornets did!  When he returned to the pitch in the second half we started to pull the game back!  I wish English and Hough were 22 Hornets would be set for a decade.

 

We just got beaten on the night that's all.

 

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Yes I did watch the game pugwash in my opinion he's to old to slow and shouldn't get a game he wouldn't catch Mayfields team 



#25 Big Doug

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Posted 18 August 2013 - 11:51 AM

I find it hard to believe that we have more than one set play but as has been stated the only one I see is the move to the right or left then a fast move across the pitch with Wane English joining the line.
All that Oldham had to offer was the drive up the middle and the ball turned back inside. On our day we can beat them. But as we have said all season we need 80 minutes and no switching off.

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#26 The Art of Hand and Foot

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Posted 18 August 2013 - 12:18 PM

I find it hard to believe that we have more than one set play but as has been stated the only one I see is the move to the right or left then a fast move across the pitch with Wane English joining the line.
All that Oldham had to offer was the drive up the middle and the ball turned back inside. On our day we can beat them. But as we have said all season we need 80 minutes and no switching off.

I have to disagree somewhat. Both us and hornets scored from achieving a 40-20. Both teams chipped over and put throgh grubbers. Hornets main downfall was crossing. 4 times, one you got away with and three you didn't. I thought both teams played well, we played 5 Points better.




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