Tuesday, 12 October 2021
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The feelgood factor should mean an improved performance but Tranmere are on good form.

Carlisle United 1 Tranmere Rovers 3

Att 4848 , 501 plastic Scousers.
5 days ago
8 inches and 36DD's
5 days ago
Size 9 feet.
4 days ago
Who is feeling good?

0-0
4 days ago
Tranmere have an even more toothless attack than us. They have a good defence which is why they are where they are, but they haven’t scored a goal away from home so far this season.

I’d be extremely worried if we conceded 3 against them, even with our defence.

0-0 or a narrow 0-1 defeat.
4 days ago
Tranmere have an even more toothless attack than us. They have a good defence which is why they are where they are, but they haven’t scored a goal away from home so far this season.

I’d be extremely worried if we conceded 3 against them, even with our defence.

0-0 or a narrow 0-1 defeat.


Curses! The scene is set for an absolute pasting! :(
You often find teams suddenly get their finger out when a manager departs.

If Skelton sticks with the same formula and tactics as Beech we're screwed however.

If he has the cahunas to drop our most poorly performing players (Mellish, Dickenson, Guy) and even do something crazy like starting two upfront or playing an actual right-back as a right-back, we may have a chance.

I'd like to see Charters in midfield and Fishburn supporting Young upfront...
4 days ago
Kavanagh won his first 3 games
4 days ago
Play Charters, Fishburn and Young on Saturday as starters and we will be beaten. They would not be strong enough against Tranmere, they have not played enough football at mans level.
Are you their agent, you always bang on about playing them with limited idea on how they would stand up to 90 mins of league football
4 days ago
You often find teams suddenly get their finger out when a manager departs.

If Skelton sticks with the same formula and tactics as Beech we're screwed however.

If he has the cahunas to drop our most poorly performing players (Mellish, Dickenson, Guy) and even do something crazy like starting two upfront or playing an actual right-back as a right-back, we may have a chance.

I'd like to see Charters in midfield and Fishburn supporting Young upfront...

:D
4 days ago
You often find teams suddenly get their finger out when a manager departs.

If Skelton sticks with the same formula and tactics as Beech we're screwed however.

If he has the cahunas to drop our most poorly performing players (Mellish, Dickenson, Guy) and even do something crazy like starting two upfront or playing an actual right-back as a right-back, we may have a chance.

I'd like to see Charters in midfield and Fishburn supporting Young upfront...



I’d play Charters in centre midfield along with Guy play John Mellish up front with Young playing off him
4 days ago
You often find teams suddenly get their finger out when a manager departs.

If Skelton sticks with the same formula and tactics as Beech we're screwed however.

If he has the cahunas to drop our most poorly performing players (Mellish, Dickenson, Guy) and even do something crazy like starting two upfront or playing an actual right-back as a right-back, we may have a chance.

I'd like to see Charters in midfield and Fishburn supporting Young upfront...



Well its strikingly obvious you haven't seen young Fishburn play, because (despite his obvious potential) if you had, you will have seen he is absolutely no where near ready for the first team yet.
4 days ago
We need a couple of leaders on the pitch, when we concede, miss an easy chance or make a mistake everyone looks to the ground and let's their shoulders drop. The opposition must love seeing us react like that, Guy is not a captain or leader, if you are not a physical or vocal leader you need to lead by example, Guy is currently doing neither this season, awful passing and an inability to beat the first man at set pieces.

We don't have any obvious leaders in our squad, I do worry that this is due to our management team not wanting confrontation from any old heads on the field. Bringing the youngsters through is good business sense but football sense dictates that in order to keep stability on the pitch when our best youngsters are sold on, is to have a core of solid mature league 2 player's.

We need an old gobby centre half who'll put anything that comes near him into row Z, but also with the ability to talk the younger players around him through the game. We need a midfielder who when under pressure can find one of his own team mates with something not resembling a hospital pass. And we need a forward who can play with his back to goal and hassle defenders, not necessarily with skills but bloody hard work.

Unless our current squad and management have an epiphany, only a good January transfer market is going to save us.
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