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Macca back at The Amex

The Argus: Craig Mackail-Smith Craig Mackail-Smith

Craig Mackail-Smith has his second run-out in a week at The Amex for Albion's development team tonight as he continues his comeback from long-term injury.

The striker lines up against Charlton in a side which also includes Casper Ankergren in goal.

Mackail-Smith played for 76 minutes in last Monday's 2-1 defeat by QPR following more than a year out of first team action with Achilles, ankle and groin injuries.

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10:13am Mon 31 Mar 14

B rian Tawses left foot says...

Noticeably no mention of Hosko.
Noticeably no mention of Hosko. B rian Tawses left foot
  • Score: 1

10:24am Mon 31 Mar 14

Joel'sGrandad says...

Good luck Macca but take it steady. No heroics please.
We want you back in the team, fit and healthy, not back on the treatment table. Same goes for Will Hoskins. UTA
Good luck Macca but take it steady. No heroics please. We want you back in the team, fit and healthy, not back on the treatment table. Same goes for Will Hoskins. UTA Joel'sGrandad
  • Score: 3

10:43am Mon 31 Mar 14

blue-eyed-boy says...

Looking forward to tonight's game, I went last week & it was refreshing to watch an honest game of football, no back chat to the Ref, no rolling round when fouled, just get up, take the free kick & get on with it, just made you realise how phoney the professional game is & how there's no real need for all the theatricals we have to put up with.
Looking forward to tonight's game, I went last week & it was refreshing to watch an honest game of football, no back chat to the Ref, no rolling round when fouled, just get up, take the free kick & get on with it, just made you realise how phoney the professional game is & how there's no real need for all the theatricals we have to put up with. blue-eyed-boy
  • Score: 10

11:04am Mon 31 Mar 14

Baldseagull says...

blue-eyed-boy wrote:
Looking forward to tonight's game, I went last week & it was refreshing to watch an honest game of football, no back chat to the Ref, no rolling round when fouled, just get up, take the free kick & get on with it, just made you realise how phoney the professional game is & how there's no real need for all the theatricals we have to put up with.
Boys development games are somewhat less physical than mens competitive football, it isn't all theatrics.
[quote][p][bold]blue-eyed-boy[/bold] wrote: Looking forward to tonight's game, I went last week & it was refreshing to watch an honest game of football, no back chat to the Ref, no rolling round when fouled, just get up, take the free kick & get on with it, just made you realise how phoney the professional game is & how there's no real need for all the theatricals we have to put up with.[/p][/quote]Boys development games are somewhat less physical than mens competitive football, it isn't all theatrics. Baldseagull
  • Score: -5

1:24pm Mon 31 Mar 14

VegasSeagull says...

Baldseagull wrote:
blue-eyed-boy wrote:
Looking forward to tonight's game, I went last week & it was refreshing to watch an honest game of football, no back chat to the Ref, no rolling round when fouled, just get up, take the free kick & get on with it, just made you realise how phoney the professional game is & how there's no real need for all the theatricals we have to put up with.
Boys development games are somewhat less physical than mens competitive football, it isn't all theatrics.
With some of the DS games having been streamed live on the net, does anyone know if tonight's match will be available, and if so, do any of you have a link?
[quote][p][bold]Baldseagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blue-eyed-boy[/bold] wrote: Looking forward to tonight's game, I went last week & it was refreshing to watch an honest game of football, no back chat to the Ref, no rolling round when fouled, just get up, take the free kick & get on with it, just made you realise how phoney the professional game is & how there's no real need for all the theatricals we have to put up with.[/p][/quote]Boys development games are somewhat less physical than mens competitive football, it isn't all theatrics.[/p][/quote]With some of the DS games having been streamed live on the net, does anyone know if tonight's match will be available, and if so, do any of you have a link? VegasSeagull
  • Score: 0

4:37pm Mon 31 Mar 14

Mancgulled says...

blue-eyed-boy wrote:
Looking forward to tonight's game, I went last week & it was refreshing to watch an honest game of football, no back chat to the Ref, no rolling round when fouled, just get up, take the free kick & get on with it, just made you realise how phoney the professional game is & how there's no real need for all the theatricals we have to put up with.
Do you get free entry if you're a season ticket holder? What kind of crowd size?
[quote][p][bold]blue-eyed-boy[/bold] wrote: Looking forward to tonight's game, I went last week & it was refreshing to watch an honest game of football, no back chat to the Ref, no rolling round when fouled, just get up, take the free kick & get on with it, just made you realise how phoney the professional game is & how there's no real need for all the theatricals we have to put up with.[/p][/quote]Do you get free entry if you're a season ticket holder? What kind of crowd size? Mancgulled
  • Score: 0

4:51pm Mon 31 Mar 14

The Bosch says...

I was 100% correct about Hoskins yet again lol.
I was 100% correct about Hoskins yet again lol. The Bosch
  • Score: -4

4:55pm Mon 31 Mar 14

blue-eyed-boy says...

Mancgulled wrote:
blue-eyed-boy wrote:
Looking forward to tonight's game, I went last week & it was refreshing to watch an honest game of football, no back chat to the Ref, no rolling round when fouled, just get up, take the free kick & get on with it, just made you realise how phoney the professional game is & how there's no real need for all the theatricals we have to put up with.
Do you get free entry if you're a season ticket holder? What kind of crowd size?
Free entry & parking in the main car park, about 3/400.
[quote][p][bold]Mancgulled[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blue-eyed-boy[/bold] wrote: Looking forward to tonight's game, I went last week & it was refreshing to watch an honest game of football, no back chat to the Ref, no rolling round when fouled, just get up, take the free kick & get on with it, just made you realise how phoney the professional game is & how there's no real need for all the theatricals we have to put up with.[/p][/quote]Do you get free entry if you're a season ticket holder? What kind of crowd size?[/p][/quote]Free entry & parking in the main car park, about 3/400. blue-eyed-boy
  • Score: 1

5:03pm Mon 31 Mar 14

blue-eyed-boy says...

Baldseagull wrote:
blue-eyed-boy wrote:
Looking forward to tonight's game, I went last week & it was refreshing to watch an honest game of football, no back chat to the Ref, no rolling round when fouled, just get up, take the free kick & get on with it, just made you realise how phoney the professional game is & how there's no real need for all the theatricals we have to put up with.
Boys development games are somewhat less physical than mens competitive football, it isn't all theatrics.
Sorry, perhaps I expect Men to behave like Men, not overpaid winger's or am I being old fashioned.
PS. I don't want burst your bubble, but WWF is choreographed.
[quote][p][bold]Baldseagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blue-eyed-boy[/bold] wrote: Looking forward to tonight's game, I went last week & it was refreshing to watch an honest game of football, no back chat to the Ref, no rolling round when fouled, just get up, take the free kick & get on with it, just made you realise how phoney the professional game is & how there's no real need for all the theatricals we have to put up with.[/p][/quote]Boys development games are somewhat less physical than mens competitive football, it isn't all theatrics.[/p][/quote]Sorry, perhaps I expect Men to behave like Men, not overpaid winger's or am I being old fashioned. PS. I don't want burst your bubble, but WWF is choreographed. blue-eyed-boy
  • Score: 1

6:40pm Mon 31 Mar 14

OldGull says...

The Bosch wrote:
I was 100% correct about Hoskins yet again lol.
Are you still here.....shame
[quote][p][bold]The Bosch[/bold] wrote: I was 100% correct about Hoskins yet again lol.[/p][/quote]Are you still here.....shame OldGull
  • Score: 3

7:27pm Mon 31 Mar 14

Mancgulled says...

blue-eyed-boy wrote:
Mancgulled wrote:
blue-eyed-boy wrote:
Looking forward to tonight's game, I went last week & it was refreshing to watch an honest game of football, no back chat to the Ref, no rolling round when fouled, just get up, take the free kick & get on with it, just made you realise how phoney the professional game is & how there's no real need for all the theatricals we have to put up with.
Do you get free entry if you're a season ticket holder? What kind of crowd size?
Free entry & parking in the main car park, about 3/400.
Cheers -- Getting in the car now - give it a whirl -- nice evening - few beers ---
[quote][p][bold]blue-eyed-boy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mancgulled[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blue-eyed-boy[/bold] wrote: Looking forward to tonight's game, I went last week & it was refreshing to watch an honest game of football, no back chat to the Ref, no rolling round when fouled, just get up, take the free kick & get on with it, just made you realise how phoney the professional game is & how there's no real need for all the theatricals we have to put up with.[/p][/quote]Do you get free entry if you're a season ticket holder? What kind of crowd size?[/p][/quote]Free entry & parking in the main car park, about 3/400.[/p][/quote]Cheers -- Getting in the car now - give it a whirl -- nice evening - few beers --- Mancgulled
  • Score: 1

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