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Have we forgotten how to win football matches?

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We don''t know how to make chances anymore Stig and if we concede we have all but lost.

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Have we Stig? How many *good* chances have missed in the last 5 games? The problem isn''t that we''re missing sitters, it''s quite simply that we''re not creating enough.

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[quote user="Stig"]We''ve forgotten how to take our chances infront of goal.[/quote]Really? 10.7 shots per game = 18th3.3 shots on target per game = 18th28 goals scored this season = 18thI would say we are exactly where we deserve to be taking into account the ratio of goals scored to shots.

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We''ve been terrible at scoring all season, can''t believe how lucky we got in our 10 game run with those 1-0 wins and all!

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[quote user="Chunky Norwich"]Have you forgotten your First Wiz account password?
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Its not him Chunky, trust me, I know. [;)] 

 

I asked Pete to scrap the first wizard registration, this I believe he''s done, so save your brave, the orignal First Wizard doesn''t exist no more.

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No of course not.One thing is irrefutable. The longer we go without a win the closer we get to the next 3 points.Tell me I''m wrong.

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Very wise words, the problem is that we may be getting the next 3 in the Championship, teams know if they get a goal against us we are stuffed.

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