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Re: Stockport (Hive) The Match Thread Helped by the Halifax

Postby Bee_Forever » 02 Dec 2018, 21:48

Harrison was amusingly bad today. Seems to struggle with his fitness and only look competent when 100%.

Elito looked alright when he came on.

Same problems but some positives. Robson looked good in midfield Sweeney dominated the skies.

A good workmanlike win in a banana skin fixture.



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Re: Stockport (Hive) The Match Thread Helped by the Halifax

Postby Masuka » 02 Dec 2018, 22:36

Sweens was immense today. Just needs to work on being consistent.
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Re: Stockport (Hive) The Match Thread Helped by the Halifax

Postby b4life » 03 Dec 2018, 07:36

It is quite unfathomable how a manager with Still's experience cannot see the bleedin obvious with Harrison esp when you have Duku, Barham and Coulthirst on your squad.
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Re: Stockport (Hive) The Match Thread Helped by the Halifax

Postby Bee_Forever » 03 Dec 2018, 07:46

Barham is at Bromley! Agree with your point though.

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Re: Stockport (Hive) The Match Thread Helped by the Halifax

Postby becbee » 03 Dec 2018, 08:14

Yes but Barham is only at Bromley because JS sent him there.
I spent over half of yesterday's match convinced that he was waiting for Stockport to equalise then he'd bring on Duku and /or Bettamer.
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Re: Stockport (Hive) The Match Thread Helped by the Halifax

Postby mcleod23 » 03 Dec 2018, 08:26

Duku needs to start, he's our best striker and showed that at Hartlepool. He's just a bit more mobile than Harrison and seems to create chances for himself out of nothing.

Sparkes is also not the answer but took his goal well.

Be interesting when Tutonda and Jules are back fit. I think that makes us hugely stronger (Tutonda is now back fit may I add).
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Re: Stockport (Hive) The Match Thread Helped by the Halifax

Postby hoppy » 03 Dec 2018, 08:30

It seems JS will give preference to the players he has signed over the players who were here before he became our manager.
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Re: Stockport (Hive) The Match Thread Helped by the Halifax

Postby talldarkslim » 03 Dec 2018, 09:20

Praying for a premiership side away tonight. The windfall might enable us to get some better players rather than this mid table non league nonsense.
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Re: Stockport (Hive) The Match Thread Helped by the Halifax

Postby #Beebot » 03 Dec 2018, 09:23

talldarkslim wrote:Praying for a premiership side away tonight. The windfall might enable us to get some better players rather than this mid table non league nonsense.


Still has already spent the budget. I don't think new players will change anything, it's the team selections and tactics that are the problem.
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Re: Stockport (Hive) The Match Thread Helped by the Halifax

Postby UnderhillStackSave » 03 Dec 2018, 09:28

So happy to be in the third round draw. Please Please Please Man United next round.

I thought Sparkes was good yesterday and took his goal well, Robson looked really comfortable in in midfield. The two centre backs in Sweeney and Reynolds were immense. I do wonder if we will stick with 4-3-3.
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Re: Stockport (Hive) The Match Thread Helped by the Halifax

Postby rudebwoyben » 03 Dec 2018, 09:28

I actually think that we have a squad good enough to make the play-offs, although maybe not the top 3 and that it's Still's selections and tactics that are making us less than the sum of our parts.
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Re: Stockport (Hive) The Match Thread Helped by the Halifax

Postby alexbach » 03 Dec 2018, 09:31

ah........ what a positive load of feedback for reaching third round
all it is missing is the customary barnet til doomsday swearing, ABUSE and writing in CAPITALS cos they mean it man
humbug :laugh:
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Re: Stockport (Hive) The Match Thread Helped by the Halifax

Postby wearebees » 03 Dec 2018, 09:32

Fair play to Stockport fans though they are starting to sound a bit like Bristol Rovers on twitter boasting and going on about their numbers, complaining the figure given is less than they sold (it wasn't). Plus did anyone else see an orange seat fly onto the pitch, onto the top of the goalmouth? Some of their fans (small minority) were mental, but on the whole top support the whole game and it was great to have an atmosphere at the Hive.

P.S third round here we come. Please let's get a good draw.
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Re: Stockport (Hive) The Match Thread Helped by the Halifax

Postby Mickbee » 03 Dec 2018, 09:40

wearebees wrote:Fair play to Stockport fans though they are starting to sound a bit like Bristol Rovers on twitter boasting and going on about their numbers, complaining the figure given is less than they sold (it wasn't). Plus did anyone else see an orange seat fly onto the pitch, onto the top of the goalmouth? Some of their fans (small minority) were mental, but on the whole top support the whole game and it was great to have an atmosphere at the Hive.

P.S third round here we come. Please let's get a good draw.


Yes I saw the seat come down, luckily it landed on the next and not a player. You always get a few idiots in a big crowd.
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Re: Stockport (Hive) The Match Thread Helped by the Halifax

Postby rudebwoyben » 03 Dec 2018, 09:45

wearebees wrote:Fair play to Stockport fans though they are starting to sound a bit like Bristol Rovers on twitter boasting and going on about their numbers, complaining the figure given is less than they sold (it wasn't). Plus did anyone else see an orange seat fly onto the pitch, onto the top of the goalmouth? Some of their fans (small minority) were mental, but on the whole top support the whole game and it was great to have an atmosphere at the Hive.

P.S third round here we come. Please let's get a good draw.


I just saw that. They come across as a bunch of precious obsessives. Notwithstanding the front 4 rows of the North Stand being cordoned off, I saw plenty of pockets of empty seats elsewhere in the stand.
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