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Discussion in 'Championship' started by Blind Bigot, Sep 26, 2019.
Hopefully their step up goes a little better than that of Nathan Jones
It's the battle for the wooden spoon Tuesday night
No doubt it will be called a six pointer, but I'm sure neither will be in the relegation mix come the end of the season
I do honestly think there's a few worse teams in the championship than Town or Stoke, I reckon both will finish mid table once they get a couple of wins and a bit of confidence, I have been known to be wrong though....1982 it was
We'll be alright, everyone's behind him. They never were under Siewert, we are in good hands. Hopefully we get something Tuesday then he has another 2 weeks with the team.
We need Pritchard back, I really think he will thrive under the Cowleys. We'll be fine.
Bloody good player is Pritchard and for whatever reason we've not seen the best of him yet at Town, I also think we'll see a new Pritchard under the Cowley's as they do seem more attack orientated than Wagner or Siewert.
Danny Cowley was doing his nut when Town were passing from side to side in the 2nd half.
Thought Millwall's wide men were decent and Smith a nuisance as expected. Definitely not a foul on Grabara, just weak as pish goalkeeping when he should have punched it
Their defence looked a bit ropey though. Especially that clumsy giant who gave away a blatant penalty but the linesman 10 yards away shit himself and didn't want to get involved.
Diakhaby did well when he came on. Still plenty of moments where he was stood in the wrong place (both in attacking and defensive phases) but I think he's just a bit thick and will probably never get any better at that. But give him ball to run on to and he's a nightmare for players at this level, his pace is frightening. He's even capable of going on good runs with the ball at his feet as he's now shown against QPR, Luton and Milwall. Just needs to add a bit of consistency which will come if the Cowley's can get his head in the right place
He scared them to death with his pace, if we can get his confidence up and play to his strengths (ie play balls for him to run onto) we could have a player.
Hudds definitely should have had at least one penalty here.
We used up a decades worth of luck 16-18 and now we're on a massive comedown rather like not having any dopamine after taking loads of MDMA.
More seriously, there is a fatalistic attitude issue that is probably more realistic - our players reaction to the penalty shouts was a bit muted, especially given the second was as straightforward as these things get.
I didn't even shout for a penalty it was so nailed on!
do you know how long Alex Pritchard is out for ?
Danny Cowley says he could be fit for tomorrow night but you never know that could be a red herring.