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    (Original post by Midlander)
    A pathetic display today and I would go as far as saying the worst under Mowbray. Really disappointing.


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    Shockingly bad....

    I thought against 10 men with 30 mins left Cov would at least get back into but that was embarrassing.
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    Dreadful from Coventry today. Why wasn't Maddison starting? Can't have been easy without Murphy and Armstrong, though. Both are the side's top goalscorers.
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    (Original post by Mackay)
    Dreadful from Coventry today. Why wasn't Maddison starting? Can't have been easy without Murphy and Armstrong, though. Both are the side's top goalscorers.
    No idea. Any side would miss Armstrong and Murphy but that does not explain the horror shows at the back.


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    (Original post by Midlander)
    No idea. Any side would miss Armstrong and Murphy but that does not explain the horror shows at the back.


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    Especially with such an experienced back four - bar Haynes.
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    (Original post by Mackay)
    Especially with such an experienced back four - bar Haynes.
    Today's team was a bit of a grandpa's 11, maybe they found it tough going on a cut up pitch. Who knows, it's just very frustrating to see average opposition gifted games on a plate.


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    Disappointing for the Terriers. Yet another player, Smith, sent to the stands. 2-1 loss to Brighton. To add insult to injury, L**ds are back ahead of us. :/
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    Huge win for Barnsley today 6-1 over Rochdale.
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    (Original post by Rock Fan)
    Huge win for Barnsley today 6-1 over Rochdale.
    Their resurgence has been amazing!

    The average age of their squad is extremely low for a lower league side, but it's clear they have some real quality. You can see it in their cup run.
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    (Original post by Lúcio)
    Their resurgence has been amazing!

    The average age of their squad is extremely low for a lower league side, but it's clear they have some real quality. You can see it in their cup run.
    Bolds well for the future if they keep this up.
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    (Original post by Mackay)
    Birmingham and Ipswich meet at St. Andrew's today, with the winner having a very good chance of breaking into the play-off spots by the end of the day. Interesting stuff.

    QPR vs. Wolves in the early kick-off promises to be decent, too.
    Wolves are resigned to a mid table finish. the best they can hope for is an ambitious owner.

    with no replacement for Afobe..the sooner a new owner comes in the better.

    Birmingham were impressive today. Outside of Hull and Middlesbrough its the top 6 is as of yet undecided
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    (Original post by trustmeimlying1)
    Outside of Hull and Middlesbrough its the top 6 is as of yet undecided
    Middlesbrough are enduring a mini slump - but it's best to get it out of their system now, rather than in May.
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    Meanwhile Fulham just seem to be going nowhere.
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    (Original post by Rock Fan)
    Meanwhile Fulham just seem to be going nowhere.
    To league 1.
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    (Original post by abrack)
    To league 1.
    Should have won against Hull yesterday, whether the new manager can turn them around I don't know, but yes they seem to be hurtling towards League One and it looks like Ross McCormack won't be there at the end of the month either.
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    (Original post by Rock Fan)
    Should have won against Hull yesterday, whether the new manager can turn them around I don't know, but yes they seem to be hurtling towards League One and it looks like Ross McCormack won't be there at the end of the month either.
    Well, Bolton definitely heading there, so Fulham aren't alone! XD

    You were lucky against us the other week, Huddersfield Town. If it wasn't for that mistake you mightn't have got that point. (You probably would have, we played terribly!)
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    That goal at St. Andrews for Birmingham. Jesus Christ. What a strike. Goal of the season in the FL, surely?
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    Blackpool, Wigan, Bolton and Fulham in League One six seasons after all of them were in the Prem? unthinkable
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    (Original post by shawn_o1)
    Blackpool, Wigan, Bolton and Fulham in League One six seasons after all of them were in the Prem? unthinkable
    Wigan could go up, to be fair. Top six should be Burton, Walsall, Gillingham, Coventry, Wigan and Peterborough - and play-offs are a lottery.
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    Big match in the championship tomorrow night between Burnley and Derby.
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    Middlesbrough may look back on yesterday as a really big missed opportunity. The goal they conceded wasn't of great quality, either. Quite a low, trickling finish into the corner. The shot should have been closed down.
 
 
 
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