Bridge faces tough test

Wayne Bridge

Wayne Bridge

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Wayne Bridge has been told he faces a major defensive test against Hull.

The Albion left-back is likely to face Egyptian right wing-back Ahmed Elmohamady in the televised tussle at The Amex.

Former Everton star Peter Beagrie, who will be working for Sky Sports at the game, said: “Wayne Bridge has been great in the Championship.

“We all know his ability and his attitude has been great.

“But he faces a big test against Elmohamady, who has been a constant supply line from right wing back.

“He has got a nice little trick – a drop of the shoulder – and his delivery has been first class.”

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5:19pm Thu 7 Feb 13

albionbloke says...

Slow newsdsy Argus?
Slow newsdsy Argus? albionbloke
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5:20pm Thu 7 Feb 13

albionbloke says...

....newsday
....newsday albionbloke
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5:22pm Thu 7 Feb 13

IRISHGULL says...

This game is without doubt a must win. My friend is a season ticket holder at the den, and he informs me that hull were awful on saturday. They will come here for a point, we must start at a high tempo, with CMS and ulloa upfront. It is not about hull its about us, if we perform we win . SIMPLES
This game is without doubt a must win. My friend is a season ticket holder at the den, and he informs me that hull were awful on saturday. They will come here for a point, we must start at a high tempo, with CMS and ulloa upfront. It is not about hull its about us, if we perform we win . SIMPLES IRISHGULL
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6:10pm Thu 7 Feb 13

Ken from Beamish says...

I think Bridge will have plenty of tricks of his own to keep the Hull wing back occupied. I don't see Wayne losing too much sleep over this article.
I think Bridge will have plenty of tricks of his own to keep the Hull wing back occupied. I don't see Wayne losing too much sleep over this article. Ken from Beamish
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6:12pm Thu 7 Feb 13

middlerow says...

I think this one will be a hum dinger! CMS hatrick please
I think this one will be a hum dinger! CMS hatrick please middlerow
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6:17pm Thu 7 Feb 13

SeagullOverSelsey says...

Irishgull-couldn't agree with you more.Gus must play with Buckley on the right and preferably Lua Lua on the left though I suspect he'll stick with Orlandi.I can't decide whether the midfield slot should go to Dicker,Hammond or take a punt with Vicente (he,Vicente, wouldn't do that!) to partner Bridcutt.Right back is up for grabs-I think Calderon is as good as Bruno.Lopez to the bench.
Irishgull-couldn't agree with you more.Gus must play with Buckley on the right and preferably Lua Lua on the left though I suspect he'll stick with Orlandi.I can't decide whether the midfield slot should go to Dicker,Hammond or take a punt with Vicente (he,Vicente, wouldn't do that!) to partner Bridcutt.Right back is up for grabs-I think Calderon is as good as Bruno.Lopez to the bench. SeagullOverSelsey
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7:11pm Thu 7 Feb 13

WiseOldSeagull says...

I'd like to see CMS replace AB on the left and have Bucker on the right. Orlandi and Dicker in the center with Bridcutt in behind. I think that would give us the best attacking options available and at the same time a good amount of defensive ability in midfield.

As GP has said in his press conference there will be more risks taken and now is the time. Draws are not good enough anymore.

If bucker is not fit I'd rather see Lua Lua on the right. We need to go ahead in games as early as possible to settle us down and the best way to do that is start with the most attacking formation.

GP will probably elect to hold CMS back as an impact player but I personally would like to see him from the start with Ulloa.

We would still have attacking options on the bench with Vicente and Hoskins in that formation.

Lets wait and see.
I'd like to see CMS replace AB on the left and have Bucker on the right. Orlandi and Dicker in the center with Bridcutt in behind. I think that would give us the best attacking options available and at the same time a good amount of defensive ability in midfield. As GP has said in his press conference there will be more risks taken and now is the time. Draws are not good enough anymore. If bucker is not fit I'd rather see Lua Lua on the right. We need to go ahead in games as early as possible to settle us down and the best way to do that is start with the most attacking formation. GP will probably elect to hold CMS back as an impact player but I personally would like to see him from the start with Ulloa. We would still have attacking options on the bench with Vicente and Hoskins in that formation. Lets wait and see. WiseOldSeagull
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8:24pm Thu 7 Feb 13

VegasSeagull says...

Goals win matches, constant pressure creates chances for goals to be scored, there is more chance of scoring if two strikers are present to cash in on the chances created.

The question is, who do you start with to apply the constant pressure.

I quite like Wise OldSeagull's suggestion, as it contains both speed and fire power, almost a three pronged attack as Ulloa, CMS and Buckley can all score.
The midfield also contains Orlandi who can also score.The bench he suggests has pretty much like for like replacements.

Yep this line up will do for me, I wonder if it will do for Gus.



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Goals win matches, constant pressure creates chances for goals to be scored, there is more chance of scoring if two strikers are present to cash in on the chances created. The question is, who do you start with to apply the constant pressure. I quite like Wise OldSeagull's suggestion, as it contains both speed and fire power, almost a three pronged attack as Ulloa, CMS and Buckley can all score. The midfield also contains Orlandi who can also score.The bench he suggests has pretty much like for like replacements. Yep this line up will do for me, I wonder if it will do for Gus. . VegasSeagull
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8:41pm Thu 7 Feb 13

IRISHGULL says...

VegasSeagull wrote:
Goals win matches, constant pressure creates chances for goals to be scored, there is more chance of scoring if two strikers are present to cash in on the chances created.

The question is, who do you start with to apply the constant pressure.

I quite like Wise OldSeagull's suggestion, as it contains both speed and fire power, almost a three pronged attack as Ulloa, CMS and Buckley can all score.
The midfield also contains Orlandi who can also score.The bench he suggests has pretty much like for like replacements.

Yep this line up will do for me, I wonder if it will do for Gus.



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agree with that vegas, i personally think tempo is the key to us. We must start quickly and take the chances when they present themselves. similar to derby, i personally think hull are in a false position in the table, workmanlike but no worldbeaters
[quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: Goals win matches, constant pressure creates chances for goals to be scored, there is more chance of scoring if two strikers are present to cash in on the chances created. The question is, who do you start with to apply the constant pressure. I quite like Wise OldSeagull's suggestion, as it contains both speed and fire power, almost a three pronged attack as Ulloa, CMS and Buckley can all score. The midfield also contains Orlandi who can also score.The bench he suggests has pretty much like for like replacements. Yep this line up will do for me, I wonder if it will do for Gus. .[/p][/quote]agree with that vegas, i personally think tempo is the key to us. We must start quickly and take the chances when they present themselves. similar to derby, i personally think hull are in a false position in the table, workmanlike but no worldbeaters IRISHGULL
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9:34pm Thu 7 Feb 13

pjwilk says...

We should start at a high tempo and get one or hopefully two up asap.
We should start at a high tempo and get one or hopefully two up asap. pjwilk
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10:00pm Thu 7 Feb 13

albionbloke says...

pjwilk wrote:
We should start at a high tempo and get one or hopefully two up asap.
Seems a lot of us pretty much say this before every game.....a sentiment that (for whatever reason) Gus doesn't seem to concur with. Just for once I'd like to see him 'go for it' with all guns blazing from the outset.
[quote][p][bold]pjwilk[/bold] wrote: We should start at a high tempo and get one or hopefully two up asap.[/p][/quote]Seems a lot of us pretty much say this before every game.....a sentiment that (for whatever reason) Gus doesn't seem to concur with. Just for once I'd like to see him 'go for it' with all guns blazing from the outset. albionbloke
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10:05pm Thu 7 Feb 13

VegasSeagull says...

Speed of foot and of mind combined with a dose of creativity will undo most defenses.
Whilst there is a need to keep possession, if they don't have the ball they can't score, I would dearly like to see us break forward quicker.

A combination of caution and flair, the steady build up with the occasional ball over the top for someone to run on to, a careful balanced approach but one with enough guile to out wit the opposition.

I know we have the pace part of the equation, we certainly have the cautious side down pat, I am left wondering if we have enough creativity.

The game against Hull, to state the obvious, is a big one and we have a habit of performing well in big matches. I can't help but feel that Gus will try something slightly different on saturday, maybe not monumental but different.
I will stick my neck out and say CMS and Ulloa will start, Dicker too.

2-0, or better, to Brighton.





,
Speed of foot and of mind combined with a dose of creativity will undo most defenses. Whilst there is a need to keep possession, if they don't have the ball they can't score, I would dearly like to see us break forward quicker. A combination of caution and flair, the steady build up with the occasional ball over the top for someone to run on to, a careful balanced approach but one with enough guile to out wit the opposition. I know we have the pace part of the equation, we certainly have the cautious side down pat, I am left wondering if we have enough creativity. The game against Hull, to state the obvious, is a big one and we have a habit of performing well in big matches. I can't help but feel that Gus will try something slightly different on saturday, maybe not monumental but different. I will stick my neck out and say CMS and Ulloa will start, Dicker too. 2-0, or better, to Brighton. , VegasSeagull
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10:46pm Thu 7 Feb 13

Albion In Staffs says...

Why is this forum always full of computer game managers? So much claptrap from people who sound like they have a FIFA "A" licence. Hull are a decent side. Yes, we need to beat them, but as fans, we say that every week. "High tempo" "one or two up early on" is EA Sports talk. In the real world it ha to be earned, not established by the touch of a button. They'll be trying their whatsits off on Saturday. No guarantees. Calm down.
Why is this forum always full of computer game managers? So much claptrap from people who sound like they have a FIFA "A" licence. Hull are a decent side. Yes, we need to beat them, but as fans, we say that every week. "High tempo" "one or two up early on" is EA Sports talk. In the real world it ha to be earned, not established by the touch of a button. They'll be trying their whatsits off on Saturday. No guarantees. Calm down. Albion In Staffs
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11:23pm Thu 7 Feb 13

VegasSeagull says...

Albion In Staffs wrote:
Why is this forum always full of computer game managers? So much claptrap from people who sound like they have a FIFA "A" licence. Hull are a decent side. Yes, we need to beat them, but as fans, we say that every week. "High tempo" "one or two up early on" is EA Sports talk. In the real world it ha to be earned, not established by the touch of a button. They'll be trying their whatsits off on Saturday. No guarantees. Calm down.
So what you decided to do was have a rant about people coming onto chat site, a site dedicated to BHA, and talking about Brighton and Hove Albion.

You dissaprove of people offering opinions as to line up and tactics ect, what the hell do you think we are going to talk about, KNITING, you dumb SOB.
[quote][p][bold]Albion In Staffs[/bold] wrote: Why is this forum always full of computer game managers? So much claptrap from people who sound like they have a FIFA "A" licence. Hull are a decent side. Yes, we need to beat them, but as fans, we say that every week. "High tempo" "one or two up early on" is EA Sports talk. In the real world it ha to be earned, not established by the touch of a button. They'll be trying their whatsits off on Saturday. No guarantees. Calm down.[/p][/quote]So what you decided to do was have a rant about people coming onto chat site, a site dedicated to BHA, and talking about Brighton and Hove Albion. You dissaprove of people offering opinions as to line up and tactics ect, what the hell do you think we are going to talk about, KNITING, you dumb SOB. VegasSeagull
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11:51pm Thu 7 Feb 13

WestStander17 says...

WiseOldSeagull wrote:
I'd like to see CMS replace AB on the left and have Bucker on the right. Orlandi and Dicker in the center with Bridcutt in behind. I think that would give us the best attacking options available and at the same time a good amount of defensive ability in midfield. As GP has said in his press conference there will be more risks taken and now is the time. Draws are not good enough anymore. If bucker is not fit I'd rather see Lua Lua on the right. We need to go ahead in games as early as possible to settle us down and the best way to do that is start with the most attacking formation. GP will probably elect to hold CMS back as an impact player but I personally would like to see him from the start with Ulloa. We would still have attacking options on the bench with Vicente and Hoskins in that formation. Lets wait and see.
Like this team. If they play with wing backs, we need to get the ball wide and create 2v1 situations with our full backs getting forward. I'd bring Bruno back in because of this. Think he offers a bit more going forward.

Only change I'd make to WiseOldSeagull's team is play Vicente instead of Orlandi if he is fit. If Buckley isn't fit, I'd then play Orlandi in his place ahead of Lua Lua.
[quote][p][bold]WiseOldSeagull[/bold] wrote: I'd like to see CMS replace AB on the left and have Bucker on the right. Orlandi and Dicker in the center with Bridcutt in behind. I think that would give us the best attacking options available and at the same time a good amount of defensive ability in midfield. As GP has said in his press conference there will be more risks taken and now is the time. Draws are not good enough anymore. If bucker is not fit I'd rather see Lua Lua on the right. We need to go ahead in games as early as possible to settle us down and the best way to do that is start with the most attacking formation. GP will probably elect to hold CMS back as an impact player but I personally would like to see him from the start with Ulloa. We would still have attacking options on the bench with Vicente and Hoskins in that formation. Lets wait and see.[/p][/quote]Like this team. If they play with wing backs, we need to get the ball wide and create 2v1 situations with our full backs getting forward. I'd bring Bruno back in because of this. Think he offers a bit more going forward. Only change I'd make to WiseOldSeagull's team is play Vicente instead of Orlandi if he is fit. If Buckley isn't fit, I'd then play Orlandi in his place ahead of Lua Lua. WestStander17
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12:30am Fri 8 Feb 13

Baldseagull says...

VegasSeagull wrote:
Albion In Staffs wrote:
Why is this forum always full of computer game managers? So much claptrap from people who sound like they have a FIFA "A" licence. Hull are a decent side. Yes, we need to beat them, but as fans, we say that every week. "High tempo" "one or two up early on" is EA Sports talk. In the real world it ha to be earned, not established by the touch of a button. They'll be trying their whatsits off on Saturday. No guarantees. Calm down.
So what you decided to do was have a rant about people coming onto chat site, a site dedicated to BHA, and talking about Brighton and Hove Albion.

You dissaprove of people offering opinions as to line up and tactics ect, what the hell do you think we are going to talk about, KNITING, you dumb SOB.
It's a comments section of a story from a local newspaper, not a fans chat site, not a site dedicated to all things BHA and not a Blog for VegasSeagull, but I can see how someone could make the mistake.
[quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion In Staffs[/bold] wrote: Why is this forum always full of computer game managers? So much claptrap from people who sound like they have a FIFA "A" licence. Hull are a decent side. Yes, we need to beat them, but as fans, we say that every week. "High tempo" "one or two up early on" is EA Sports talk. In the real world it ha to be earned, not established by the touch of a button. They'll be trying their whatsits off on Saturday. No guarantees. Calm down.[/p][/quote]So what you decided to do was have a rant about people coming onto chat site, a site dedicated to BHA, and talking about Brighton and Hove Albion. You dissaprove of people offering opinions as to line up and tactics ect, what the hell do you think we are going to talk about, KNITING, you dumb SOB.[/p][/quote]It's a comments section of a story from a local newspaper, not a fans chat site, not a site dedicated to all things BHA and not a Blog for VegasSeagull, but I can see how someone could make the mistake. Baldseagull
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2:49am Fri 8 Feb 13

VegasSeagull says...

Baldseagull it may have escaped your notice but every time you log onto this site you click the Albion Button, now call me silly but would that not suggest that this particular site is all about BHA.

You say it is not a, 'fans chat site,' pray do tell if not that then what is it?
Is this not a forum where like minded fans exchange points of view and opinions regarding all matters BHA?
Using todays language, in terms of web site exchanges between people, are not these exchanges considered, 'chat?

Not a blog for VegasSeagull, perhaps you need to check out all the threads, I think you will find me no more prolific in the number of my postings than many others. I would concede that there was a time when I did post too often, but those days have long since past.

If you are still of the opinion that this particular site is a not BHA forum I suggest you start to offer comments on other matters and see how long it will take others to remind you of where you are posting.
Cooking recipies, travel, politics or perhaps civil rights might be subjects you could render an opinion on
Baldseagull it may have escaped your notice but every time you log onto this site you click the Albion Button, now call me silly but would that not suggest that this particular site is all about BHA. You say it is not a, 'fans chat site,' pray do tell if not that then what is it? Is this not a forum where like minded fans exchange points of view and opinions regarding all matters BHA? Using todays language, in terms of web site exchanges between people, are not these exchanges considered, 'chat? Not a blog for VegasSeagull, perhaps you need to check out all the threads, I think you will find me no more prolific in the number of my postings than many others. I would concede that there was a time when I did post too often, but those days have long since past. If you are still of the opinion that this particular site is a not BHA forum I suggest you start to offer comments on other matters and see how long it will take others to remind you of where you are posting. Cooking recipies, travel, politics or perhaps civil rights might be subjects you could render an opinion on VegasSeagull
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5:01am Fri 8 Feb 13

pappaK says...

VegasSeagull wrote:
Albion In Staffs wrote:
Why is this forum always full of computer game managers? So much claptrap from people who sound like they have a FIFA "A" licence. Hull are a decent side. Yes, we need to beat them, but as fans, we say that every week. "High tempo" "one or two up early on" is EA Sports talk. In the real world it ha to be earned, not established by the touch of a button. They'll be trying their whatsits off on Saturday. No guarantees. Calm down.
So what you decided to do was have a rant about people coming onto chat site, a site dedicated to BHA, and talking about Brighton and Hove Albion.

You dissaprove of people offering opinions as to line up and tactics ect, what the hell do you think we are going to talk about, KNITING, you dumb SOB.
Being a slave of your anger
you are as dirty and stubbon as a pig

But being in control of your anger
you are as clean and clever as a cat
[quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion In Staffs[/bold] wrote: Why is this forum always full of computer game managers? So much claptrap from people who sound like they have a FIFA "A" licence. Hull are a decent side. Yes, we need to beat them, but as fans, we say that every week. "High tempo" "one or two up early on" is EA Sports talk. In the real world it ha to be earned, not established by the touch of a button. They'll be trying their whatsits off on Saturday. No guarantees. Calm down.[/p][/quote]So what you decided to do was have a rant about people coming onto chat site, a site dedicated to BHA, and talking about Brighton and Hove Albion. You dissaprove of people offering opinions as to line up and tactics ect, what the hell do you think we are going to talk about, KNITING, you dumb SOB.[/p][/quote]Being a slave of your anger you are as dirty and stubbon as a pig But being in control of your anger you are as clean and clever as a cat pappaK
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6:41am Fri 8 Feb 13

IKnowNowt says...

Has anyone ever seen KLL trying to ply his trade on the right? I can't remember seeing him switch like WB often does.

But what do I know?
Has anyone ever seen KLL trying to ply his trade on the right? I can't remember seeing him switch like WB often does. But what do I know? IKnowNowt
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6:59am Fri 8 Feb 13

saraman says...

Radio Sussex sports news. Gus says, ''Draws not good enough'' Now who would have thought that?
Radio Sussex sports news. Gus says, ''Draws not good enough'' Now who would have thought that? saraman
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7:49am Fri 8 Feb 13

Guernsey gull says...

It is going to be tough, but I really do think that we can force our way into the play offs, starting this weekend with three points on Saturday.We must force the pace though by scoring goals and that starts with correct seletion, so we are at home, lets go with two up front, our defence can handle most forward lines, so no problem !
It is going to be tough, but I really do think that we can force our way into the play offs, starting this weekend with three points on Saturday.We must force the pace though by scoring goals and that starts with correct seletion, so we are at home, lets go with two up front, our defence can handle most forward lines, so no problem ! Guernsey gull
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9:16am Fri 8 Feb 13

tug509 says...

VegasSeagull wrote:
Albion In Staffs wrote:
Why is this forum always full of computer game managers? So much claptrap from people who sound like they have a FIFA "A" licence. Hull are a decent side. Yes, we need to beat them, but as fans, we say that every week. "High tempo" "one or two up early on" is EA Sports talk. In the real world it ha to be earned, not established by the touch of a button. They'll be trying their whatsits off on Saturday. No guarantees. Calm down.
So what you decided to do was have a rant about people coming onto chat site, a site dedicated to BHA, and talking about Brighton and Hove Albion.

You dissaprove of people offering opinions as to line up and tactics ect, what the hell do you think we are going to talk about, KNITING, you dumb SOB.
Thanks Vegas you saved me from saying pretty much the same. UTA
[quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion In Staffs[/bold] wrote: Why is this forum always full of computer game managers? So much claptrap from people who sound like they have a FIFA "A" licence. Hull are a decent side. Yes, we need to beat them, but as fans, we say that every week. "High tempo" "one or two up early on" is EA Sports talk. In the real world it ha to be earned, not established by the touch of a button. They'll be trying their whatsits off on Saturday. No guarantees. Calm down.[/p][/quote]So what you decided to do was have a rant about people coming onto chat site, a site dedicated to BHA, and talking about Brighton and Hove Albion. You dissaprove of people offering opinions as to line up and tactics ect, what the hell do you think we are going to talk about, KNITING, you dumb SOB.[/p][/quote]Thanks Vegas you saved me from saying pretty much the same. UTA tug509
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9:57am Fri 8 Feb 13

fairweathersupporter says...

WiseOldSeagull wrote:
I'd like to see CMS replace AB on the left and have Bucker on the right. Orlandi and Dicker in the center with Bridcutt in behind. I think that would give us the best attacking options available and at the same time a good amount of defensive ability in midfield. As GP has said in his press conference there will be more risks taken and now is the time. Draws are not good enough anymore. If bucker is not fit I'd rather see Lua Lua on the right. We need to go ahead in games as early as possible to settle us down and the best way to do that is start with the most attacking formation. GP will probably elect to hold CMS back as an impact player but I personally would like to see him from the start with Ulloa. We would still have attacking options on the bench with Vicente and Hoskins in that formation. Lets wait and see.
I don't think think this team will be far off but for some balance i would suspect Hammond instead of Dicker to help out with defensive responsibilties (in the absence of Barnes).
I would love to see CMS playing deeper off Big Len. Whether Gus thinks we can accomodate this playing Buckley as well, remains to be seen. If CMS doesn't get the nod then it's either Orlandi or Vicente. There are of course many permutations and I've hedged my bets here but without Barnes my best guess is (fitness allowing):
, TK
Bruno Upson Elabd Bridge
Bridcutt
Buckley/Orlandi Hammond David
Vicente (Orlandi/CMS)
Ulloa

As for the 'go for it' comments... Yes we need to show some urgency. But don't expect or wish for the charge of the light brigade from 'my mate Gus'. Doubters to the left of them, WUMS to the right...For i fear you will be disappointed. I cannot see the majority on here expousing any joy (or honouring the charge they made) if we start shipping goals (with 11 men); abandoning the principals which have guided us to where we are (or are holding us back?!). We can only control games by technical guile, we don't have the muscle to boss games without numerical superiority in midfield (IMO).I believe we will win tomorrow and go on a run. My optimism is of course, as ever, within the borders of reason and at the gates of madness.
[quote][p][bold]WiseOldSeagull[/bold] wrote: I'd like to see CMS replace AB on the left and have Bucker on the right. Orlandi and Dicker in the center with Bridcutt in behind. I think that would give us the best attacking options available and at the same time a good amount of defensive ability in midfield. As GP has said in his press conference there will be more risks taken and now is the time. Draws are not good enough anymore. If bucker is not fit I'd rather see Lua Lua on the right. We need to go ahead in games as early as possible to settle us down and the best way to do that is start with the most attacking formation. GP will probably elect to hold CMS back as an impact player but I personally would like to see him from the start with Ulloa. We would still have attacking options on the bench with Vicente and Hoskins in that formation. Lets wait and see.[/p][/quote]I don't think think this team will be far off but for some balance i would suspect Hammond instead of Dicker to help out with defensive responsibilties (in the absence of Barnes). I would love to see CMS playing deeper off Big Len. Whether Gus thinks we can accomodate this playing Buckley as well, remains to be seen. If CMS doesn't get the nod then it's either Orlandi or Vicente. There are of course many permutations and I've hedged my bets here but without Barnes my best guess is (fitness allowing): , TK Bruno Upson Elabd Bridge Bridcutt Buckley/Orlandi Hammond David Vicente (Orlandi/CMS) Ulloa As for the 'go for it' comments... Yes we need to show some urgency. But don't expect or wish for the charge of the light brigade from 'my mate Gus'. Doubters to the left of them, WUMS to the right...For i fear you will be disappointed. I cannot see the majority on here expousing any joy (or honouring the charge they made) if we start shipping goals (with 11 men); abandoning the principals which have guided us to where we are (or are holding us back?!). We can only control games by technical guile, we don't have the muscle to boss games without numerical superiority in midfield (IMO).I believe we will win tomorrow and go on a run. My optimism is of course, as ever, within the borders of reason and at the gates of madness. fairweathersupporter
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