Welling (Away) The Match Thread Putting on the Welling-tons

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jamiefrbees
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Commentators were indicating Kabamba was holding his hamstring again in the final minutes with cries from the bench for him to stop running and just wait for the final whistle...

They also mentioned Brunt went off clutching his leg too when subbed?

Interesting post match interview with their manager who claimed they had 13 first team players out due to either being cup tied or injured.

Still, can only beat what's in front of you and the commentators sounded really complimentary about our midfield trio and organisation at the back
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wearebees wrote: 10 Feb 2024, 17:23 When is the draw? Some tough ties there.
Around 3.15pm live on Talk Sport2 along with the FA Vase q/f draw.
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jamiefrbees wrote: 10 Feb 2024, 19:37 Commentators were indicating Kabamba was holding his hamstring again in the final minutes with cries from the bench for him to stop running and just wait for the final whistle...

They also mentioned Brunt went off clutching his leg too when subbed?

Interesting post match interview with their manager who claimed they had 13 first team players out due to either being cup tied or injured.

Still, can only beat what's in front of you and the commentators sounded really complimentary about our midfield trio and organisation at the back
I did not see that, he looked fine but did see him holding it at full time. Looked like Kabamba was in pain and limping. At 2-0 ahead and comfortable was surprised when he came on.

Should have played our youth team in this game and would still get through. If we lost, well who cares?
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Underhill Glory wrote: 10 Feb 2024, 19:53
jamiefrbees wrote: 10 Feb 2024, 19:37 Commentators were indicating Kabamba was holding his hamstring again in the final minutes with cries from the bench for him to stop running and just wait for the final whistle...

They also mentioned Brunt went off clutching his leg too when subbed?

Interesting post match interview with their manager who claimed they had 13 first team players out due to either being cup tied or injured.

Still, can only beat what's in front of you and the commentators sounded really complimentary about our midfield trio and organisation at the back
I did not see that, he looked fine but did see him holding it at full time. Looked like Kabamba was in pain and limping. At 2-0 ahead and comfortable was surprised when he came on.

Should have played our youth team in this game and would still get through. If we lost, well who cares?
So if we made it to the final, you won't go?
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Absolutely stupid to bring on Nicke. There was no need. If he is now out for a while it would be DB's fault. Look at what happened to Olise at Crystal Palace.

I thought O'Donkor looked really good. Just needs time to understand the play of the team or rather DB needs to adapt the team's tactics to make the most of his skills. He looks as though he could play a Jason Puncheon type role - pace, power and shots. PS. Is he really only 19? He must have had a hard life.

Coker is excellent. His crossing is superb. So accurate.

There were times today when Hartigan showed some great touches. He should be encouraged to do more rather than just pass back and sideways.

Brunt's goal was terrific but showed how getting the ball forward quickly brings dividends rather than the slow build up we usually play. I think O'Donkor's goal was the same: Hartigan long pass to Pritchard, quick pass to O'Donkor, goal.

I think Thompson won every defensive header today.

Freeman is very enthusiastic and has skill but at times looked frustrated with his team mates.

They say the top teams in any sport look at the details and aim for perfection. Today we won a throw in at least 20 yards into their half and RHJ ran to the line to take it. The ball had rolled passed the half way line. Oluwu picked it up and from 2 yards inside our own half threw it back to Thompson. So we went from a potential goal attack to nothing. Somebody needs to tell Oluwu that the defence also create attacks and passing backwards all the time does just that, wastes time.

Talking of RHJ, 9 times out of 10 today he chose to pass the ball back or across the pitch rather than run forward and cross. Why?

As ever Pritch was very influential. Good to see Collinge today wearing his glasses. He looked more like an IT nerd than the classy player he is, and we need.

Some very good play today. Just need to be consistent.
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A very tidy performance probably had 75% possession

Great first goal from the new chap

Just very assured against limited opposition

Good atmosphere
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DB referenced in his post match interview how great it is to have Nicke back so imaging any injury wasn’t serious
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BeesKnees99 wrote: 10 Feb 2024, 17:52 Shame we’ve got Fylde next, after a terrible start to the season they’ve now won 5 of the last 6


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No need to worry, their run will come nicely to an end at Aldershot on Tuesday night.
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Roy57 wrote: 10 Feb 2024, 18:46 If we managed to reach the final at Wembley, just curious what numbers do supporters feel we would or could take ?
We've reached the quarter finals. Nothing more. Let's not jump the gun.
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I was very surprised that Nicke came on when we were 0-2 ahead and still 30 minutes to play but he did well and it seemed to be a good run out for him. Let's hope he's ok.

O'Donker took his goal really well, following great assist work. Hopefully plenty more goals to come from him.

The support for Pritchard was excellent, hope it helped him to know we're behind him.

The atmosphere was good for a FAT match. Could see why Welling are in the NLS relegation zone, hope they escape.

All round a good afternoon, just what we needed after the awful disappointments of last Saturday.
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jamiefrbees wrote: 10 Feb 2024, 19:37 Commentators were indicating Kabamba was holding his hamstring again in the final minutes with cries from the bench for him to stop running and just wait for the final whistle...

They also mentioned Brunt went off clutching his leg too when subbed?

Interesting post match interview with their manager who claimed they had 13 first team players out due to either being cup tied or injured.

Still, can only beat what's in front of you and the commentators sounded really complimentary about our midfield trio and organisation at the back
Were did you read the welling post match interview, cannot find anything on there website, or on youtube. Cheers
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Roy57 wrote: 10 Feb 2024, 23:15
jamiefrbees wrote: 10 Feb 2024, 19:37 Commentators were indicating Kabamba was holding his hamstring again in the final minutes with cries from the bench for him to stop running and just wait for the final whistle...

They also mentioned Brunt went off clutching his leg too when subbed?

Interesting post match interview with their manager who claimed they had 13 first team players out due to either being cup tied or injured.

Still, can only beat what's in front of you and the commentators sounded really complimentary about our midfield trio and organisation at the back
Were did you read the welling post match interview, cannot find anything on there website, or on youtube. Cheers
https://x.com/wellingunited/status/1756 ... 50036?s=20
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7 cup tied, 2 suspended and 4 injured.
If we had 13 players unavailable, I can't see that we'd be able to get a team out, let alone have 4 on the bench.
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Should have played our youth team in this game and would still get through. If we lost, well who cares?


Really. They didn't beat North Greenford.

Absolutely right to play a full team though odd to bring on Karamba when we were coasting.

Hindsight is wonderful
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Did anyone happen to hear an attendance please?
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