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Bury v Charlton

Discussion in 'League One' started by Burberry, Jan 12, 2018.

  1. Burberry

    Burberry Member

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    Young lads to be blooded in this game. Cooney will start unfortunately. He will be targeted by Charlton. Him starting will please most of the fans who slag players off 24/7
     
  2. Boletus Edulis

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    Charlton should look out for Hanson, a traditional target man who has played a higher level. For twenty five minutes or so he caused chaos for our Centre backs, and then he ran out of gas. If he has gotten just a bit fitter since last week he could cause you some trouble. Ripley was class and played with a smile in goal. Though if you know you won’t be playing for Bury next year you can afford to smile.
     
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    0-3 defeat
     
  4. Bobbin'

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    Never confident going into any game these days and that includes tomorrow but we really shouldn't be looking for anything less than three points.

    Bury will almost certainly score and it feels a lifetime ago since we scored 2 in one game.
     
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    Well unless Bunn or Maguire is playing up front we'll only have Hanson and he's not 100% fit. For me I hope Reilly, Ince, Edwards are not in the first 11.

    Team for me is

    Ripley

    Cooney. Clarke Cameron Leigh

    Zeli (if Fit.). Dawson Danns. Bunn

    Mayor

    Hanson
     
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    We can only name 5 subs today, 2 of which are not fully fit.

    Shameful.
     
  7. Boletus Edulis

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    Is Holmes playing or has he got ‘man flu’?
     
  8. Bobbin'

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    Sheffield flu, I think it's better known as.
     
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    A very welcome 3 points which lifts us back into the play off places after Pompey could only draw at home with Scunny.

    Our record at Bury isn't impressive. This is only our 6th win at Gigg Lane in 17 matches and no less welcome for that.

    Two wins in two league matches now. Let's hope it continues.
     
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    In the face of everything that is going on at the minute, I am absolutely delighted with that result.

    I know it's against a side in even worse form than ourselves, but to travel up there with a weakened side, a 5 man bench which consisted of 2 injured players and a player/coach as well as a GK and to bring home 3 points is very pleasing.

    Whatever your feelings towards Karl Robinson, the man is working bloody miracles. Managing to scratch around to get a squad together every week and managing to keep spirits up at the same time is something he needs a lot of credit for.

    Amazingly we are back in the top 6, I long for the day we have a proper owner who will back this man and allow this club to prosper.

    COYR
     

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