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 Post subject: CLS 1-0 Team Northumbria
PostPosted: Sun Nov 23, 2014 3:02 am 
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From your correspondent in Oz.

Just got the news, fantastic result against the league leaders, hope the performance was as good.


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 Post subject: Re: CLS 1-0 Team Northumbria
PostPosted: Sun Nov 23, 2014 1:31 pm 
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Very good win against a very very good side. Pitch was heavy but we played in the right areas and every man put their lot in. Good goal by Dan Hepps but big mention to Aiden Ames, man of the match pulling off some fine saves.
TN very good going forward but not the greatest at the back. Their manager clearly lacks respect for other sides and certainly us given remarks on twitter and his constant whinging, they simple don't have a plan B and kept trying to pass the ball to death. Anyway fantastic 3pts,good battle and a canny night out last night.

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 Post subject: Re: CLS 1-0 Team Northumbria
PostPosted: Mon Nov 24, 2014 8:39 am 
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Absolutely right Maz. I asked heir supporters at half time what it was like watching Arsenal week in week out, no thought of a shot at goals unless they got within six yards - very strange. As for CLS tremendous performance grit and determination from all and a cracking good keeper to hold up his end when needed. Aiden was MOM but I thought from back to front we were excellent and couldn't have gave anymore.

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 Post subject: Re: CLS 1-0 Team Northumbria
PostPosted: Mon Nov 24, 2014 9:13 am 
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Absolutely right Maz. I asked heir supporters at half time what it was like watching Arsenal week in week out, no thought of a shot at goals unless they got within six yards - very strange. As for CLS tremendous performance grit and determination from all and a cracking good keeper to hold up his end when needed. Aiden was MOM but I thought from back to front we were excellent and couldn't have gave anymore.


Lenny their gaffer clearly forgot the numerous times we hit them on the counter and but for a better final pass or better decision we would have been more than one up in the first half.
Dressing room was bouncing afterwards not just at the result and performance but the fact their manager even prior to the game said "we had f**k all so we'll play 4-3-3" so right away no team talk needed by Col or Porks.

Then throughout the whole game their players and bench twisted about every tackle, they clearly like and are used to things going their own way.

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 Post subject: Re: CLS 1-0 Team Northumbria
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they clearly like and are used to things going their own way.


Typical students :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: CLS 1-0 Team Northumbria
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Couldn't have written it any better than Lenny's comment ..... very Arsenal esk very pretty to watch but didn't feel like they had that many shots on goal.

Back to front everyone was on their game .... Young Aaron had some great runs into space just needed a bit more confidence for a shot and a bit better decision making, Ben Johnson ran himself into the ground.

But MOTM has to be Aiden Ames great performance, very brave when getting down amongst flailing feet.

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Typical students :lol:
..... much more polite than your version on Saturday :-)

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 Post subject: Re: CLS 1-0 Team Northumbria
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Always pc on the pc mate although working with said body everyday does try the patients sometimes :x

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