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Barrow v Bromley Match thread

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Re: Barrow v Bromley Match thread

Post by Ziggerzagger » Sat Feb 09, 2019 5:30 pm

Need a striker,as much as I like Blythe he is not a centre forward and his goal record wherever he’s been says it all.Cant fault his effort but also can’t help feeling there’s a lot better out there but will leave Ian Evatt to decide on that I guess.
Imagine having someone like Cook back getting onto all the chances we are creating.Blythe is never going to get 15 goals in a season at this level.



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Re: Barrow v Bromley Match thread

Post by sambino » Sat Feb 09, 2019 5:34 pm

The two mid table sides cancelled each other out. Fair result.

Was there a linesmen on the popular side ? didn't seem to see offside's or the possible penalty. I thought it was one from where I was stood. Hardcastle had a couple of good touches when he came on. First look at Angus looks a decent player.dont think he will score as many as Tyler Smith though

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Re: Barrow v Bromley Match thread

Post by liverpoolann » Sat Feb 09, 2019 6:19 pm

All in all fair result.Was definitely a push in the back for a penalty .Second half once again started to slow and got punished.Bromley looked faster and fitter till last quarter hour when we came alive and created some good chances.Hindle looked knackered bless him just can’t do 90 mins .Blythe has not got a lot of pace does some useful passes but can’t see him being prolific scorer.Playoffs pipe dream but we keep going and see how far up table we can go.After all the changes of managers and owners I think we doing ok well done Mr Evatt keep it going.

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Re: Barrow v Bromley Match thread

Post by McMark » Sat Feb 09, 2019 6:21 pm

Another game of if onlys! No doubts about the penalty that wasn't for me and but for Jones unluckly seeing his effort hitting the post from his free kick we would of deservedly been three up at halftime.
We failed to push on second half, simply lacked ideas and got pegged back for the most part until the final flurry with about ten minutes remaining. Bromley aren't a poor side, but left the game feeling frustrated rather than elated.
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Re: Barrow v Bromley Match thread

Post by Jonty » Sat Feb 09, 2019 6:25 pm

Positives- We dominated the ball in the first half and had loads, absolutely loads of attacking options, including Jones and Bartham who have totally transformed as players under Evatt. The 3-4-3 is great for the players we have and we are cose to being a good side.

Negatives- We need to get the full performance for 90 mins. Though credit to Bromley, they made changes and got right back into it.

I enjoyed the game.
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Re: Barrow v Bromley Match thread

Post by barrowfan » Sat Feb 09, 2019 6:28 pm

Still too much fancy stuff in and around the box. Need to shoot on sight!

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Re: Barrow v Bromley Match thread

Post by Middleton Nick » Sat Feb 09, 2019 6:31 pm

Fair result in the end, but it could have gone either way. Can't complain about Joel after some impressive performances, but he won't be happy about conceding that one. Blyth lacks any pace but tries hard (Is he good enough) and after Hindle was given a start today I thought he was disappointing.
After fearing relegation it looks like we will finish around mid table and after everything thats gone on I'll settle for that.
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Re: Barrow v Bromley Match thread

Post by HenneysKnee » Sat Feb 09, 2019 6:59 pm

Hindle was really poor today, can see why Evatt prefers him to come off the bench

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Re: Barrow v Bromley Match thread

Post by Jonty » Sat Feb 09, 2019 7:37 pm

Hindle not at at his best today but we’ve seen what he can do. If we are going to go 3-4-3 till season end then it’s alternating between him and Kay. We need the competition, because when that system clicks, (like first half) we look very good. I still think we can break into top 10 and have a strong finish, BUT to do this, we need to work on the finishing because we are carving out some good half chances.

Jones and Barthram are my men of the season, so important to this system and great attacking options. Some of Jones’ passing first half was tremendous. So close to scoring again. He’ll get one soon.
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Re: Barrow v Bromley Match thread

Post by blumooncrab » Sat Feb 09, 2019 8:15 pm

Disagree, sorry- we need to build a team - wholesale changes will not work
We need consistency and commitment
Yes of course a few comers and goers but it takes time
We have a good manager and the mskings of a good team
Week off probably did not help today

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Re: Barrow v Bromley Match thread

Post by blumooncrab » Sat Feb 09, 2019 8:20 pm

That was a reply to Motibund btw !

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Re: Barrow v Bromley Match thread

Post by blumooncrab » Sat Feb 09, 2019 8:21 pm

Moribund !!!! 😬😬😬😬

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Re: Barrow v Bromley Match thread

Post by Hadrian » Sat Feb 09, 2019 10:22 pm

Easy mistake to make.

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Re: Barrow v Bromley Match thread

Post by Moribund » Sat Feb 09, 2019 10:27 pm

How many of these players are consistent though? You can't build foundations with a bunch of players that aren't good enough and then hope it works. I'd rather wholesale changes than keeping hold of the likes of Rooney and Blyth, just so there's a few familiar faces.

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Re: Barrow v Bromley Match thread

Post by boyliegladbach » Sun Feb 10, 2019 2:15 am

It was awful, we were shit.
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