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[quote user="Nuff Said"]Pukki has done more than Buendia, Rhodes or Leitner, who doesn’t appear to be able to pass to anyone in a yellow shirt today.[/quote]

Or any day given his last few performances.

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One of if not the worst half of football I’ve ever seen. On this evidence both teams will be contending next seasons derby in league 1

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Leitners problem is he passses like his in the number 10 postion. He needs to adapt and look to spread play more across the park and to wide positions. Every time the ball seems to be a little 5 yard pass forward which doesn’t get us out. Either that or he tries a through ball for a player to run on to, but again not effective unless your higher up the pitch and the through ball is for a player in an attacking postion!

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[quote user="Nuff Said"]Is there anyone out there who agrees with Lincoln’s bizarre trolling on Pukki, or are we agreed from what we’ve seen so far that he’s one of the most promising of this year’s recruits?[/quote]It''s what lincoln does. He deliberately targets anything or anyone doing anything good and maintains a persistent stream of criticism.

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Woeful game. Two woeful teams. Farke seriously needs to get into them at half time because we can hardly string two passes together.

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Crafty Canary wrote the following post at 02/09/2018 1:12 PM:

Whilst not a great game it is certainly better than the first half against Preston. Both sides look like they will be happy with a draw.

Thankfully I didn’t see that then. I’m struggling to see how it could be much worse than this though

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It wasn''t that bad.

Good thing about it being 0-0 with no shots on target is that Ipswich have already performed as well as can be expected of them. They''ve already peaked in this match - which for them is basically attempting long throw-ins or just booting it up to Walters and hoping our defence makes errors. Whereas we can play far better than that first half, whether we will or not is another matter.

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[quote user="tired"]It wasn''t that bad.

Good thing about it being 0-0 with no shots on target is that Ipswich have already performed as well as can be expected of them. They''ve already peaked in this match - which for them is basically attempting long throw-ins or just booting it up to Walters and hoping our defence makes errors. Whereas we can play far better than that first half, whether we will or not is another matter.[/quote]

That’s an extremely naive and arrogant view!

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[quote user="lincoln canary (& Golden Coppel)"][quote user="tired"]It wasn''t that bad.

Good thing about it being 0-0 with no shots on target is that Ipswich have already performed as well as can be expected of them. They''ve already peaked in this match - which for them is basically attempting long throw-ins or just booting it up to Walters and hoping our defence makes errors. Whereas we can play far better than that first half, whether we will or not is another matter.[/quote]

lincoln canary wrote: That’s an extremely naive and arrogant view!

Better than having an endlessly negative one.... ;)

Krul looks shaky.

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You can’t play this badly and hope to get anything out of a football match. Ipswich have upped their game, we haven’t

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