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The B-Ark / Re: Fantastic victory v S@lford...
« Last post by The Third Twin on Today at 12:03:03 PM »
A good win granted, but, once again we played really well against a top of the table team, why on earth can't we play like that against the bottom end teams!!!
I'm sure Jurgen Klopp asks the same question at a much higher level!!!!!
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The B-Ark / Re: Fantastic victory v S@lford...
« Last post by Ernie100 on Today at 11:03:21 AM »
A good win granted, but, once again we played really well against a top of the table team, why on earth can't we play like that against the bottom end teams!!!
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The B-Ark / Re: Fantastic victory v S@lford...
« Last post by green hats mate on Today at 09:22:50 AM »
Yes was big result especially as first Saturday home win & against top 4 side.

Maybe the ferriby  play off first leg last may was up there with best performance in last 12 months? 2-0 when it could have easily been 3 or 4.

However, we couldn't go there on the Sunday & park the bus!  Yes the early pen was a shocking decision, but we were awful that Sunday & rolled over.

Any of Murray's results in his first 7 away games would have taken us through that awful Sunday.

In the 7 away games before he arrived we shipped 24 goals.

In Murray's first 7 away games we have conceded 4.

Real test comes next season .      Blyth Spartens or Southport away on a Tuesday night in November is the real test .  NFU will show how hoof ball is played .
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The B-Ark / Re: Fantastic victory v S@lford...
« Last post by Tipps End Pilgrim on Today at 06:10:04 AM »
Good to see David Norris back at York Street. Thought he had retired ! Don't think he troubled us too much on Saturday. Must be getting a good wedge up there.

TEP
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The B-Ark / Re: Fantastic victory v S@lford...
« Last post by The Third Twin on March 26, 2017, 09:32:58 PM »
Spot on TTT, I don't see them getting promoted this or next season, they are a long ball team.
Very little tactics from a naive management team, they the team,fans and club think they are the better than they actually are.
It's strange really how they all act, they truly think that they are untouchable riding on the back of the class of 92 success.
It's good for a club and it's fans to be confident but they truly look down their nose with insulting arrogance at other clubs.
They think because they have the backing of the class of 92 that everyone should respect and bow down in front of them.
Well yesterday they came up against a proper football club with proper fans,who don't just turn up when the TV cameras ate there.
I still can't get my head round there poor away support, you would not be cancelling a supporters coach due to lack of interest if we were 3rd in the league.
A great win and I loved it.
they certainly do think they'd better than they are, and you're right, arrogant to the enth degree. Reading their report they're playing that way regularly away from home, and all the more frustrating to the fans. Regarding the rubbish away support, I heard there was bad blood between the people who've organised the away travel and the club, due to the club announcing away travel for a fiver for the last two games. I understand they didn't consult the usual organisers at all before t hey announced the deal, and now the organisers have thrown the toys out of the pram and won't do buses. That's the price of the money in the club, they over ride what's been done for ever and a day, and the club purists won't like it. It's a fundamental flaw in the setup of such a club. The famous five think that anything they do is of a benefit, but they can't necessarily see the big picture.
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The B-Ark / Re: Fantastic victory v S@lford...
« Last post by youngchubby69 on March 26, 2017, 08:02:26 PM »
Spot on TTT, I don't see them getting promoted this or next season, they are a long ball team.
Very little tactics from a naive management team, they the team,fans and club think they are the better than they actually are.
It's strange really how they all act, they truly think that they are untouchable riding on the back of the class of 92 success.
It's good for a club and it's fans to be confident but they truly look down their nose with insulting arrogance at other clubs.
They think because they have the backing of the class of 92 that everyone should respect and bow down in front of them.
Well yesterday they came up against a proper football club with proper fans,who don't just turn up when the TV cameras ate there.
I still can't get my head round there poor away support, you would not be cancelling a supporters coach due to lack of interest if we were 3rd in the league.
A great win and I loved it.
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The B-Ark / Re: Fantastic victory v S@lford...
« Last post by The Third Twin on March 26, 2017, 07:28:35 PM »
loved the 'one nil to the proper club' chants from the town end
it made me laugh when the away contingent were chanting "you've only came to watch Salford" just as Harry V scored the first. Strangely the same chant wasn't heard again. He certainly shut them up. If I had been paying to watch Salford, i'd have wasted my cash, I thought they were very ordinary at best, and someone is wasting their hobby cash if they think that team can make it further up the ladder.
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The B-Ark / Re: Fantastic victory v S@lford...
« Last post by Champs next year on March 26, 2017, 07:21:02 PM »
Yes was big result especially as first Saturday home win & against top 4 side.

Maybe the ferriby  play off first leg last may was up there with best performance in last 12 months? 2-0 when it could have easily been 3 or 4.

However, we couldn't go there on the Sunday & park the bus!  Yes the early pen was a shocking decision, but we were awful that Sunday & rolled over.

Any of Murray's results in his first 7 away games would have taken us through that awful Sunday.

In the 7 away games before he arrived we shipped 24 goals.

In Murray's first 7 away games we have conceded 4.
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The B-Ark / Re: Fantastic victory v S@lford...
« Last post by Burgh Boy on March 26, 2017, 05:35:58 PM »
loved the 'one nil to the proper club' chants from the town end
Arguably the best result in the last 12 months? Whatever happens in the next year or so - new ground or no new ground - this is a result which should be remembered for some time. After some shocking results, well done Mr Murray!
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The B-Ark / Re: Fantastic victory v S@lford...
« Last post by Ken Fox on March 26, 2017, 04:29:20 PM »
I was there yesterday with my camera so there's the usual public Facebook album here:

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10155136870244282.1073741989.570994281&type=1&l=93a143a1e0

Facebook was being awkward last night so there are probably a few duplicates in there as it kept hanging and some reloads were needed.

For those that don't do Facebook there's the usual selection of shots in the Gallery on the website:

http://www.bufc.drfox.org.uk/salfordcity250317.html
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