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|BA, March 6, 2009 in Main Discussion - Norwich City
Why not give him a go. I always think when players are not match fit it is better to start them then replace them when they tire rather than bringing them on for the last 30 mins and seeing them fade after 20.
Think Cort could do with a rest though so would give Killen or Gow a go.
[quote user="IBA"]Me. 442 with Cort[/quote]
I''d be reluctant to change a winning team, but depends what style Blackpool play. Doubt he''ll be in the starting eleven personally.
[quote user="IBA"]Fatty Matty Patty not fit?[/quote]
Dunno. A Roeder recruit and not to Gunn''s liking? That''s what I think.
No manager in his right mind would change the team that won on Tuesday other than for injuries. He would also be very foolish to bung in untried youngsters.
We need experience on the field from the start and a line up that keeps things tight early on. It is most important not to go a goal behind in this fixture.
If Gunny plays it right we can come away with another 1-0 win or at the very least a draw.
[quote user="IBA"][quote user="Jim Kent"]No chance it will be an unchanged team.[/quote]Why, QPR murdered us Tuesday, another night we''d have lost 4-0[/quote]
I can understand the euphoria of the win, but lets be honest here, we were dead lucky. QPR on another day would have (and should have) won by a mile.
You must have watched a different game to me then Wazzy. There''s not a lot oin most of these Championship games. Most of our games this season could have gone either way but we have had a habit of shooting ourselves in the foot either by stupid defensive mistakes or missed chances by an out of form striker. The other great deciding factor has been refereeing decisions like the Bristol game and Tuesday night. I didn''t hear any QPR fans say they felt they should have won 4-0.
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