Millwall vs Brickwall

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so we are so inform atm without a single defeat in any competition

TC has started life with 7 wins and 2 draws in the league we've scored 14 and conceded 2 (opening game)

we have 6 clean sheets in a row

ENTER MILLWALL, a team a lot like ourselves (working class roots) a very tough place to win for us
I expect them fully up for the game, and despite us winning vs Birmingham but playing the worst we've played so far, I suspect we need to be on our game to get anything

would be a bonus if Gregory is suspended

1-1 Alioski for us
 

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Hopefully his red card is overturned, I felt it was harsh. Harris brought on the result with his defensive substitutions though.

We've still been playing much better than our record suggests.
 

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Maybe a platitude, but our points tally would reflect our performances if only we had that extra bit of quality in front of goal. One can't help but feel that we perhaps put too much faith in Gregory and Morison at this level.

Leeds had our number before Jackett. I expect normal service to resume this weekend.

Millwall 2-3 Leeds
 

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Maybe a platitude, but our points tally would reflect our performances if only we had that extra bit of quality in front of goal. One can't help but feel that we perhaps put too much faith in Gregory and Morison at this level.

Leeds had our number before Jackett. I expect normal service to resume this weekend.

Millwall 2-3 Leeds
From what I've watched, Gregory has played well, Morison has been kinda anonymous for the most part. I do agree they've too much leeway and no competition though.
 
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Millwall are a team which will restrict our style of play and frustrate us. It'll be a physical game so it'll be interesting to see how someone like Saiz and Alioski cope. Step in Grot?
 

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The waccoe meltdown is fun to read, raised our game for our cup final they say, despite us playing like that almost all season just without the result.
 

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Sounds like we got what we deserved. Wake up call but that's the championship in a nutshell...play like champions one week, relegation candidates the next.

Well done Millwall.

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We played very well, lots of effort and made life difficult for Leeds. Was worried that we were going to dominate yet another game and not end up with the win but luckily the referee evened up the probably incorrect offside against Morison first half and let O'Briens goal stand.

We do need a decent ST though, letting too many teams off the hook at the moment.

re: Leeds, I presume that was a blip (albeit a fairly typical one for them at our place) but I'd get shot of that keeper sharpish. He was dire, flapped at everything, spilled simple shots and generally looked terrified of any kind of challenge. I'd be very very concerned that he could singlehandedly derail any chance you might have of achieving the top 6.
 

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We played very well, lots of effort and made life difficult for Leeds. Was worried that we were going to dominate yet another game and not end up with the win but luckily the referee evened up the probably incorrect offside against Morison first half and let O'Briens goal stand.

We do need a decent ST though, letting too many teams off the hook at the moment.

re: Leeds, I presume that was a blip (albeit a fairly typical one for them at our place) but I'd get shot of that keeper sharpish. He was dire, flapped at everything, spilled simple shots and generally looked terrified of any kind of challenge. I'd be very very concerned that he could singlehandedly derail any chance you might have of achieving the top 6.

the keeper that's conceded 3 in 8 games? that one? , not concerned
 

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ah i'm over it now, like I said before we kicked off, we never win at Millwall, they know exactly what to do at home and besides I think they are a mid table club this season not bottom half they did a perfect job on us, it reminded me of us vs Derby at home last season when they went home wondering what the fuck they'd just seen

I think we'll bounce back you don't remain unbeaten in this league for 7 games and not have something about you
 

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We'll be fine so long as we understand teams will look to replicate Millwall to stop us now.

Time for plan b to show its strengths.

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