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1 minute ago, cambridgeshire canary said:

So now we have had a night's rest how we feeling?

Looking forwards to the next match. 

We need a reaction and a backs to the wall performance at Everton and see if we can fight to get at least a point there.

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1 minute ago, cambridgeshire canary said:

So now we have had a night's rest how we feeling?

Pretty sad, I have to say, and resigned after the one-two  of these home defeats. Praying we don’t set a new PL record this year. Wondering if Webber’s still got what it takes in  inspirational head coach recruitment, if it comes to it by say November. Hoping DF pulls something amazing out of the bag and rams my fears down my throat

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7 minutes ago, Uncle Fred said:

Furious with the happy clappers who have got us into this situation  

With all due respect, **** with knobs on to you, and all the man-children whose only idea of fandom is to demand magic money men… and scream when the magical world stubbornly continues to remain in your imaginations. With all due respect!

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9 minutes ago, GenerationA47 said:

With all due respect, **** with knobs on to you, and all the man-children whose only idea of fandom is to demand magic money men… and scream when the magical world stubbornly continues to remain in your imaginations. With all due respect!

It is kinda the fundamental issue isn’t it but it has clearly passed you by, I understand it is difficult concept for the more simple amongst us to understand 

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Things to do by DF

1.

Stop attacking players from crossing ball into dangerous position.

2.

Address problem of attacking players at corners “ghosting into space” at far post and scoring. 🤔

3.

Defenders to remain balanced and on their feet when defending.

etc……etc

They are all fixable, with the correct mindset of defence first.

 

 

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Feeling a bit hungover from it all really.  As LDC, my underlying feeling is also looking forward to see what we bring vs Everton.

Just watched extended highlights this morning and Farke/Riemer looked quite lost/dismayed in the dugout, so that's rattling around my head.

We had enough chances too on review.  Same old story though, not clinical enough.

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Didn't anyone expect anything else last night? 

It simply is not happening and I can only see it getting worse. 

The project has failed, so either you change things or accept failure. 

I wonder what the board will do....?

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Deja Vu... Crap at the back useless upfront. Nowt changes. Same excuses. Fans fault blah blah blah... Need a new hobby. 

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3 minutes ago, Google Bot said:

Feeling a bit hungover from it all really.  As LDC, my underlying feeling is also looking forward to see what we bring vs Everton.

Just watched extended highlights this morning and Farke/Riemer looked quite lost/dismayed in the dugout, so that's rattling around my head.

We had enough chances too on review.  Same old story though, not clinical enough.

It was nothing like a 3-0 game but our incredibly soft defending mixed with poor finishing and execution made it that way. In terms of balance / performance we really should have scored at least a couple ourselves.

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Feels like we’ve come full circle with farke now. Reminds me of his early days in charge. Disjointed all over the park, players not understanding their roles. We seem so slow and weak everywhere compared to everyone we’re up against. I don’t see him turning this around unfortunately. 

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56 minutes ago, cambridgeshire canary said:

So now we have had a night's rest how we feeling?

Clear more than ever that the Socialists have to go.

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41 minutes ago, Midlands Yellow said:

More confident now thinking of the future. 
 

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Our next back four.....

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45 minutes ago, Uncle Fred said:

Furious with the happy clappers who have got us into this situation  

They are entrenched and going nowhere.

 

We are all captives as City fans and these days the 'easily contenteds' are ensuring mediocrity will continue.

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5 minutes ago, komakino said:

Didn't anyone expect anything else last night? 

I was expecting a very passionate performance and resolute 'do or die' style defending - similar to how we defended vs Arsenal.  Expected that Liverpool would nick a few goals through pressure and walk home winners. 

But the game was nothing like that, we had control for decent periods, and plenty of chances and managed to self destruct.

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3 minutes ago, Mello Yello said:

Our next back four.....

Could Winnie last the full 90 minutes? Slightly rotund these days and on 40 Woodbine a day. Definitely worth a go though if the 4 look decent in training. 

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Weirdly I still think we can fix this; here's why (and what we didn't see last night)

 

I honestly think we have players who are going to come good/go up a level. For me the prime candidates for that are Kabak, Normann, Cantwell and Pukki. With those players we have a spine of a side that we can build around and I think personally are capable of taking the game to almost all of the sides outside of the traditional top 6. I think if Farke is brave and is willing to be more ruthless with dropping certain players then we have a shot of make a really solid core group with some adaptable options around them depending on the week by week tactics needed for different opposition. 

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1 hour ago, cambridgeshire canary said:

So now we have had a night's rest how we feeling?

Disappointed, worried but relieved that we have a couple of away games + an international break.

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1 minute ago, birchfest said:

Weirdly I still think we can fix this; here's why (and what we didn't see last night)

 

I honestly think we have players who are going to come good/go up a level. For me the prime candidates for that are Kabak, Normann, Cantwell and Pukki. With those players we have a spine of a side that we can build around and I think personally are capable of taking the game to almost all of the sides outside of the traditional top 6. I think if Farke is brave and is willing to be more ruthless with dropping certain players then we have a shot of make a really solid core group with some adaptable options around them depending on the week by week tactics needed for different opposition. 

3/4 points before Brighton would be smashing. Nick a point on Saturday then rip Burnley a new one perhaps. 

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14 minutes ago, hogesar said:

It was nothing like a 3-0 game but our incredibly soft defending mixed with poor finishing and execution made it that way. In terms of balance / performance we really should have scored at least a couple ourselves.

Whilst true, it could also have been a lot worse than 3-0 too, Liverpool missed a few glaring chances, that young lad on his debut blasted over a fairly easy chance. At 3 I thought it would be 4 or 5 as we just downed tools...... Again. 

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3 minutes ago, Midlands Yellow said:

3/4 points before Brighton would be smashing. Nick a point on Saturday then rip Burnley a new one perhaps. 

Thats the funny thing isnt it, Football can be so mad and we could just get that bit of luck on Saturday; an OG, a big deflection, a penalty and a keeper red carded and we could be up and running. That dark cloud lifts and we go to Burnely confident and get something there too. 

 

Whilst unlikely, strange things have happened than us picking up 6 points out of nowhere and all of a sudden the mood music and the atmosphere at the Brighton game changes 180 degrees.

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Feeling that it's starting to slip away from Farke now.

Really not sure where we go from here. Still no clearer on our best defence, let alone first XI.

Bit of a shambles really and we need a huge slice of luck to kickstart our season.

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Must go back to basics 

Man for Man marking no point leaving players free because they are not in your zone 

Clear the ball from Defence instead of a short pass playing a team mate into danger 

last night Gunn did this to Gibson terrible ball Gibson had no other choice than to kick it out for a throw in in line with our area terrible schoolboy football 

Must win Second balls 

Hassle players get in their faces 

go Ruel fox on the wings beat your man then cross up to the striker to be on the end of it if not he should have been 

Stop asking Hanley to be Rio or John Stones he is a stopper not a Ball playing CB 

Sadly only one outcome if you let in as many goals as we do and do not score 

 

 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Capt. Pants said:

Feeling that it's starting to slip away from Farke now.

Really not sure where we go from here. Still no clearer on our best defence, let alone first XI.

Bit of a shambles really and we need a huge slice of luck to kickstart our season.

2 no shows at Everton and Burnley and boos might start as they come out the tunnel. You don’t fear a bad result now you just take it as a given. Needs to change quickly as it’s very embarrassing now. 

 

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Still rather annoyed. Some of the defending was pathetic and embarrassing last night. Big reaction needed Saturday. 

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I was so deflated and immensely disappointed with the result and our 'little boy lost' abject and poor performance. I trudged home afterwards, weaving my way through the other homeward bound and downbeat Canary fans. Got in, made myself a brew - and then sat down and watched 'Silence of the Lambs' to cheer myself up..... 

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