tmwilson wrote:What a ridiculous post .
Did you actually go to the game ?
Yes, I did go to the game.
The longer the game went on, the more it was punted long to Rose.
The gap between midfield and attack got bigger and bigger.
The goalkicks were a good 20 yards longer, hoof, chase that.
It felt like we'd gone back two years...
Some of what you state is true. Lincoln had our measure and they were, more often than not, in control of the midfield. They were always on the ‘second ball’ and Rhead had an excellent game.
I thought King was out of his depth and Flitcroft was right to remove him at half time.
Hamilton looked frightened of his boots and he became completely anonymous in the second half and he should have been removed.
Spencer needs to consider a different career, based on what we’ve seen from him since his arrival. He was completed ineffective when he came on. I would have preferred to see Diamond get a run.
Hemmings seemed to work hard, but his influence was negligible. Rose seemed to be knackered by the middle of the second half.
Logan seems to have fallen in love with punching! Your criticism of “hoofing long balls” is correct. Certainly in the last 20 minutes we just defended too deep and were always under pressure to ‘get rid’.
Much of the stylish midfield play witnessed in recent weeks was conspicuously absent.
We have no grounds for complaint at getting just one point. That’s just about right IMO.
We’re still in a great position - we just need to play better than last night.