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PNE vs Huddersfield

Discussion in 'Championship' started by McKenna's Wand, Nov 5, 2019.

  1. McKenna's Wand

    McKenna's Wand Registered User

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    Or a psychological thing, resulting in complacency :cheers:
     
  2. Blind Bigot

    Blind Bigot Blind & Totally Bigotted

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    He'll be focused fella the question is will our team?:laugh:
     
  3. Blind Bigot

    Blind Bigot Blind & Totally Bigotted

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    In my view, the outcome of this game will depend two things. a. Whether Preston NE are bang in form, it could be a long afternoon for our lads if they are or b. If we continue to grow in confidence, stick to our game plan and keep some discipline - Oooops that's four things!!! :D
     
  4. Ooh-to-be-a...

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    I think most Town fans would have settled for 2 draws and 2 points from these two hard away games at Brentford and Preston so we're up on that already having collected all 3 points at the Bees therefore anything we get today can be seen as a bonus.

    No Hogg is a big loss as he's the glue that holds us together, left back Jaden Brown being doubtful is a concern too with not having a ready made replacement really.
     
  5. terrier4eva

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    Kongolo hopefully ready to step in.
     
  6. Schindler

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    This has been dreadful.
     
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    Shit performance. The referee... useless fat wanker. Seriously, did he eat the actual referee. One of the worst referee performances I’ve ever seen. Much better last 20 minutes but not enough. Oh well, we go again. The manager of the month curse is real...
     
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    Just one of those days

    Goal scored from a free kick that never was and it bouncing straight to them off the post was a sign of things to come. Should have been a red card for the challenge on Elphick.

    Preston work extremely hard and get it forward quickly. Even when they didn't win the first ball, the second always seemed to drop to them. We gave them much more of a game once we had a physical presence up front and Pritchard was on the pitch

    Chalobah is shite and showed how much we need Hogg in this side.
     
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    May aswell start with 10men with Chabolah in the side.

    Didn't get going at all. Good to see Pritch back in the fold though, and mounié - I still think he can offer us a lot even though he'll prob be off in Jan.
     
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    If you'd have started with the 11 who finished the game, it might have been a very different game, you only started playing when you made the final substitution, or maybe we took our foot off the gas a bit with it being 3-0, but i was a little worried you'd get a 2nd then make it an interesting end to the game
     
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    One of the easiest home games ive seen in the Championship. Huddersfield were terrible.

    No Pearson/DJ and and we battered them really, as if some of those players were in the Prem
     
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    We changed it up and sat back, dont be nice and give them credit
     
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    As I said previously to take 2 points from the two hard away games would be fantastic, in the end we came away with 3, not sure what happened yesterday but couldn't get out of first gear at all so you have to give Preston credit for stopping us.
     
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    Pritchard is quality, completely changed the game. Didn’t help that we had to take Gally off either.

    That first hour though was completely dominant, assisted by a great referee for us
     
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    Ooh-to-be-a... Registered User

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    He is especially at this level unfortunately some of our fans only saw him in the premier league where he struggled somewhat and he's become something of a scapegoat "how much did he cost?" "how much does he earn" blah blah, for me he'd be one of the first names on the team sheet.
     
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    He put a good shift in for the BEES that saw him move onto Premier league football.
     

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