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Wycombe v Swindon

Discussion in 'The 'Rob Dunkley' League Two Forum' started by Indian Dan, Feb 12, 2018.

  1. Indian Dan

    Indian Dan Well-Known Member

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    Looks likely to be a cracker. Our win over Mansfield at the weekend was, probably, one of our best performances this season. Looked dangerous going forward and very tight at the back.

    Wycombe score a fair few and we are the top away scorers. No 0-0 here, for sure.

    Sold out our allocation and with tickets available POTD we will have good backing. We’ll be there about 5ish.

    COYR!
     
  2. mowgli

    mowgli Well-Known Member Moderator Site Supporter

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    Buses are running from the bus station to Adams Park at 17-40 and 1840 at £4 return.
    Good news for us is Luke O'Nien returns from suspension so it should be him,Dom Gape and Marcus Bean in midfield,Dan Scarr was injured on Saturday so McGinley will replace him at the heart of the defence,up front will be 3 of Nathan Tyson,Craig Mackail-Smith,Paris Cowan-Hall and The Beast.
     
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    mowgli Well-Known Member Moderator Site Supporter

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    Important win that putting distance between us and Swindon you cant beat a late winner (Again!) The general view from Wycombe fans and neutrals like the Sky reporter is it was a classic game of attacking football. Nobody understands why The Beast's headed goal was disallowed but thankfully it pushed him on to score the winner in the 89th minute. :)
     
  4. Indian Dan

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    Likewise, nobody knows why you started time wasting after 30 minutes.

    Should have got something out of that game. Calamitous keeping again.
     
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    It sounded like an end to end game on Tuesday.

    I would love to have Bayo at Swindon, a proper target man who wins so many headers and for his size and shape is such a good footballer. I thought his header in the second half was harshly ruled out but our keeper has to hold his hands up for the winner, that was pretty poor.

    Some strike by Taylor to equalise. I saw a video from behind the goal. The keeper was perfectly positioned but the ball curled away at the last minute right into the top corner. Brilliant.
     
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    One of the best goals ever scored at Adams Park nothing Brown could have done about it :bravo:Even our commentators were raving about it.
     

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