Trio get off the mark as Albion win

Cup joy for Albion as they celebrate their third goal (photos Simon Dack)

Jon Obika rounds the Vale keeper to score

Rohan Ince scores

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Three players opened their accounts for Albion as they negotiated a tricky FA Cup hurdle in the Potteries today.

Rohan Ince, Solly March and Jonathan Obika were on target to earn the Seagulls a 3-1 fourth-round win at Port Vale.

The Seagulls, for whom Kemy Agustien hit the post, were good value for their win.

But they were given a real battle by Vale, notably in the period after Chris Robertson nodded them level in the first half.

All three first-half goals came from corners.

Ince hooked Albion ahead with a well controlled left-foot volley on 27 minutes after being picked out by Andrea Orlandi’s flag kick.

Robertson escaped the markers to nod Vale level nine minutes later from Chris Lines’ corner.

That really put Vale’s tails up but March silenced their fans on 43 minutes when he clipped the ball over Neal and inside the far post from wide out with what might have been intended as a cross.

After the break Agustien drilled a shot against the upright and Obika was denied by Neal in a one-on-one.

But Jake Forster-Caskey, who had also been thwarted by the Vale keeper, sent Obika clean through to calmly take the ball around Neal and shoot into an unguarded net on 78 minutes.

The game went ahead despite short-lived fears of a postponement when a violent hail and thunder storm left the pitch white ahead of kick-off.

But conditions underfoot were very heavy.

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5:08pm Sat 25 Jan 14

bruce beckett says...

Great to see Rohan and Solly on the scoresheet today…and I think it's important that Obika got off the mark too. Confidence-boosting with for all three of them.

So happy that we finally have some decent youngsters coming through the ranks.

Massive game for us at Burnley on Tuesday night. UTA!
Great to see Rohan and Solly on the scoresheet today…and I think it's important that Obika got off the mark too. Confidence-boosting with for all three of them. So happy that we finally have some decent youngsters coming through the ranks. Massive game for us at Burnley on Tuesday night. UTA! bruce beckett
  • Score: 8

5:09pm Sat 25 Jan 14

Chi Gull says...

Great result and a few players rested for Tuesday. Given the conditions and the way things have been going, that is brilliant.
Great result and a few players rested for Tuesday. Given the conditions and the way things have been going, that is brilliant. Chi Gull
  • Score: 25

5:12pm Sat 25 Jan 14

Far gull says...

Best news of i eat humble pie perhaps the future is the youngsters at the club. maybe no need to sign in Jan window ?
Well done boys that will lift the spirits on the bus on the way home Keith A ? Its done the trick in this house.
Best news of i eat humble pie perhaps the future is the youngsters at the club. maybe no need to sign in Jan window ? Well done boys that will lift the spirits on the bus on the way home Keith A ? Its done the trick in this house. Far gull
  • Score: 20

5:19pm Sat 25 Jan 14

VegasSeagull says...

Well I had reservations with the lineup before the match, glad to see that Oscar's selections got the job done, just reading the reports it seems that Vale didn't pose the threat I thought they would.

A bit concerning that we picked up 3 yellows in the first 30 minutes, and then another later in the game, perhaps a few players just a tad to eager to impress Oscar?

Anyone know what the prize money is for today's victory?
Well I had reservations with the lineup before the match, glad to see that Oscar's selections got the job done, just reading the reports it seems that Vale didn't pose the threat I thought they would. A bit concerning that we picked up 3 yellows in the first 30 minutes, and then another later in the game, perhaps a few players just a tad to eager to impress Oscar? Anyone know what the prize money is for today's victory? VegasSeagull
  • Score: 5

5:22pm Sat 25 Jan 14

championshipgull says...

Good team selection, we will still have some players strong for Burnley and a win there will put us in the top 6. Possibility of a big name in the draw tomorrow. So much to look forward to this season, Superb
Good team selection, we will still have some players strong for Burnley and a win there will put us in the top 6. Possibility of a big name in the draw tomorrow. So much to look forward to this season, Superb championshipgull
  • Score: 19

5:24pm Sat 25 Jan 14

Chi Gull says...

VegasSeagull wrote:
Well I had reservations with the lineup before the match, glad to see that Oscar's selections got the job done, just reading the reports it seems that Vale didn't pose the threat I thought they would.

A bit concerning that we picked up 3 yellows in the first 30 minutes, and then another later in the game, perhaps a few players just a tad to eager to impress Oscar?

Anyone know what the prize money is for today's victory?
Vegas - more likely it was a very wet pitch and mistimed sliding tackles, and a ref not making allowances.

The odds are shortening on Sunderland at home in the next round. It just has to be, don't you think ?
[quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: Well I had reservations with the lineup before the match, glad to see that Oscar's selections got the job done, just reading the reports it seems that Vale didn't pose the threat I thought they would. A bit concerning that we picked up 3 yellows in the first 30 minutes, and then another later in the game, perhaps a few players just a tad to eager to impress Oscar? Anyone know what the prize money is for today's victory?[/p][/quote]Vegas - more likely it was a very wet pitch and mistimed sliding tackles, and a ref not making allowances. The odds are shortening on Sunderland at home in the next round. It just has to be, don't you think ? Chi Gull
  • Score: 10

5:24pm Sat 25 Jan 14

B rian Tawses left foot says...

OG has coached the players all week, picked the team, decided the tactics. This week he has been slagged off for being 'uninspiring' and toothless in the face of evil machinations by the money men who control the transfer budget. Remember we are still just outside the play places. Will those posters who have been taking a pop at OG - some since he was appointed - now give the guy some credit ?
OG has coached the players all week, picked the team, decided the tactics. This week he has been slagged off for being 'uninspiring' and toothless in the face of evil machinations by the money men who control the transfer budget. Remember we are still just outside the play places. Will those posters who have been taking a pop at OG - some since he was appointed - now give the guy some credit ? B rian Tawses left foot
  • Score: 22

5:25pm Sat 25 Jan 14

Steyning reject says...

VegasSeagull wrote:
Well I had reservations with the lineup before the match, glad to see that Oscar's selections got the job done, just reading the reports it seems that Vale didn't pose the threat I thought they would.

A bit concerning that we picked up 3 yellows in the first 30 minutes, and then another later in the game, perhaps a few players just a tad to eager to impress Oscar?

Anyone know what the prize money is for today's victory?
Thats £90,000 in the bank, every bit helps
[quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: Well I had reservations with the lineup before the match, glad to see that Oscar's selections got the job done, just reading the reports it seems that Vale didn't pose the threat I thought they would. A bit concerning that we picked up 3 yellows in the first 30 minutes, and then another later in the game, perhaps a few players just a tad to eager to impress Oscar? Anyone know what the prize money is for today's victory?[/p][/quote]Thats £90,000 in the bank, every bit helps Steyning reject
  • Score: 7

5:25pm Sat 25 Jan 14

bruce beckett says...

90k, I believe, Vegas. 180k if we win in the next round.

Just enough to pay for your trip over to Wembley to watch us in the final!
90k, I believe, Vegas. 180k if we win in the next round. Just enough to pay for your trip over to Wembley to watch us in the final! bruce beckett
  • Score: 1

5:27pm Sat 25 Jan 14

Joel'sGrandad says...

I know we were playing Port Vale and should have won but it's great that we actually did. This was such a banana skin. Congrats to the goalscorers.
This will give the team great confidence for Tuesday.
Maybe the thinking is we'll rely on our youngsters instead of splashing the cash. Interesting times. UTA
I know we were playing Port Vale and should have won but it's great that we actually did. This was such a banana skin. Congrats to the goalscorers. This will give the team great confidence for Tuesday. Maybe the thinking is we'll rely on our youngsters instead of splashing the cash. Interesting times. UTA Joel'sGrandad
  • Score: 8

5:29pm Sat 25 Jan 14

VegasSeagull says...

championshipgull wrote:
Good team selection, we will still have some players strong for Burnley and a win there will put us in the top 6. Possibility of a big name in the draw tomorrow. So much to look forward to this season, Superb
I am hoping for the draw to give us a home match against a team where we are favs to win, bigger and bigger prize money for every win.
[quote][p][bold]championshipgull[/bold] wrote: Good team selection, we will still have some players strong for Burnley and a win there will put us in the top 6. Possibility of a big name in the draw tomorrow. So much to look forward to this season, Superb[/p][/quote]I am hoping for the draw to give us a home match against a team where we are favs to win, bigger and bigger prize money for every win. VegasSeagull
  • Score: 8

5:38pm Sat 25 Jan 14

VegasSeagull says...

Chi Gull wrote:
VegasSeagull wrote:
Well I had reservations with the lineup before the match, glad to see that Oscar's selections got the job done, just reading the reports it seems that Vale didn't pose the threat I thought they would.

A bit concerning that we picked up 3 yellows in the first 30 minutes, and then another later in the game, perhaps a few players just a tad to eager to impress Oscar?

Anyone know what the prize money is for today's victory?
Vegas - more likely it was a very wet pitch and mistimed sliding tackles, and a ref not making allowances.

The odds are shortening on Sunderland at home in the next round. It just has to be, don't you think ?
To be honest, I would really rather that we didn't get Sunderland, in fact I hope they go out in the next round so it becomes impossible to meet them.
The FA Cup is all about excitement and romance, if we were to draw Sunderland I think a lot of the cup romance would be gone, it would be a match that is too personal for too many.

The yellows, yes you could be right about the conditions and the ref, but we picked up 4 and Vale only 1.

Thanks to those that have advised me of the prize money, 90k more to add to the transfer kitty.

I checked out one of the Millwall news papers, many on that forum are describing their new player as, 'a quality signing,' we wanted him as a cover player to replace El-Abd and they see him as one that could turn their season around, I guess that the difference between our squad and theirs.
[quote][p][bold]Chi Gull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: Well I had reservations with the lineup before the match, glad to see that Oscar's selections got the job done, just reading the reports it seems that Vale didn't pose the threat I thought they would. A bit concerning that we picked up 3 yellows in the first 30 minutes, and then another later in the game, perhaps a few players just a tad to eager to impress Oscar? Anyone know what the prize money is for today's victory?[/p][/quote]Vegas - more likely it was a very wet pitch and mistimed sliding tackles, and a ref not making allowances. The odds are shortening on Sunderland at home in the next round. It just has to be, don't you think ?[/p][/quote]To be honest, I would really rather that we didn't get Sunderland, in fact I hope they go out in the next round so it becomes impossible to meet them. The FA Cup is all about excitement and romance, if we were to draw Sunderland I think a lot of the cup romance would be gone, it would be a match that is too personal for too many. The yellows, yes you could be right about the conditions and the ref, but we picked up 4 and Vale only 1. Thanks to those that have advised me of the prize money, 90k more to add to the transfer kitty. I checked out one of the Millwall news papers, many on that forum are describing their new player as, 'a quality signing,' we wanted him as a cover player to replace El-Abd and they see him as one that could turn their season around, I guess that the difference between our squad and theirs. VegasSeagull
  • Score: 3

5:39pm Sat 25 Jan 14

klemaniac says...

Chi Gull wrote:
VegasSeagull wrote:
Well I had reservations with the lineup before the match, glad to see that Oscar's selections got the job done, just reading the reports it seems that Vale didn't pose the threat I thought they would.

A bit concerning that we picked up 3 yellows in the first 30 minutes, and then another later in the game, perhaps a few players just a tad to eager to impress Oscar?

Anyone know what the prize money is for today's victory?
Vegas - more likely it was a very wet pitch and mistimed sliding tackles, and a ref not making allowances.

The odds are shortening on Sunderland at home in the next round. It just has to be, don't you think ?
Sunderland at Wembley would be better
[quote][p][bold]Chi Gull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: Well I had reservations with the lineup before the match, glad to see that Oscar's selections got the job done, just reading the reports it seems that Vale didn't pose the threat I thought they would. A bit concerning that we picked up 3 yellows in the first 30 minutes, and then another later in the game, perhaps a few players just a tad to eager to impress Oscar? Anyone know what the prize money is for today's victory?[/p][/quote]Vegas - more likely it was a very wet pitch and mistimed sliding tackles, and a ref not making allowances. The odds are shortening on Sunderland at home in the next round. It just has to be, don't you think ?[/p][/quote]Sunderland at Wembley would be better klemaniac
  • Score: 6

5:44pm Sat 25 Jan 14

Chi Gull says...

If it was Sunderland at home, I suspect the TV companies will be falling over themselves to cover the game - which would give us more income. But Sods Law says it will be Sheffield Weds away !!
If it was Sunderland at home, I suspect the TV companies will be falling over themselves to cover the game - which would give us more income. But Sods Law says it will be Sheffield Weds away !! Chi Gull
  • Score: 5

5:50pm Sat 25 Jan 14

Conelli98 says...

VegasSeagull wrote:
championshipgull wrote:
Good team selection, we will still have some players strong for Burnley and a win there will put us in the top 6. Possibility of a big name in the draw tomorrow. So much to look forward to this season, Superb
I am hoping for the draw to give us a home match against a team where we are favs to win, bigger and bigger prize money for every win.
I'm starting to think Johnny all you care about is money!!! Vegas…ALARM BELLSzzzzzzzzzz!
Good win today, so lets have a kind draw. I'm with you on this MR VEGAS. No matter who we draw, big or small I would still use the fringe players in the cup, just to give them playing time and the experience and leave our stronger players for the league.
ps Buckley will leave for Palace.
[quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]championshipgull[/bold] wrote: Good team selection, we will still have some players strong for Burnley and a win there will put us in the top 6. Possibility of a big name in the draw tomorrow. So much to look forward to this season, Superb[/p][/quote]I am hoping for the draw to give us a home match against a team where we are favs to win, bigger and bigger prize money for every win.[/p][/quote]I'm starting to think Johnny all you care about is money!!! Vegas…ALARM BELLSzzzzzzzzzz! Good win today, so lets have a kind draw. I'm with you on this MR VEGAS. No matter who we draw, big or small I would still use the fringe players in the cup, just to give them playing time and the experience and leave our stronger players for the league. ps Buckley will leave for Palace. Conelli98
  • Score: 5

6:00pm Sat 25 Jan 14

VegasSeagull says...

Conelli98 wrote:
VegasSeagull wrote:
championshipgull wrote:
Good team selection, we will still have some players strong for Burnley and a win there will put us in the top 6. Possibility of a big name in the draw tomorrow. So much to look forward to this season, Superb
I am hoping for the draw to give us a home match against a team where we are favs to win, bigger and bigger prize money for every win.
I'm starting to think Johnny all you care about is money!!! Vegas…ALARM BELLSzzzzzzzzzz!
Good win today, so lets have a kind draw. I'm with you on this MR VEGAS. No matter who we draw, big or small I would still use the fringe players in the cup, just to give them playing time and the experience and leave our stronger players for the league.
ps Buckley will leave for Palace.
Conellie98, yep the more money we make as a club the happier I am, there can never be too much.

Keeping our stronger players for the league matches, yes, but today I would have preferred to see just a little stronger midfield, but hey, we won so it doesn't matter now. If we can get thru the next round the chances of drawing a real tough team will elevate and if it happens, then we might have to field more of our senior players to progress. Liverpool had no intentions of risking a turn up today, they put out a really strong side, if we go on, we will have to consider doing the same. CMS should be available for the next round, how about him and Obika in tandem. We are hoping for three or four new players, if they are of the right quality that should help.
[quote][p][bold]Conelli98[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]championshipgull[/bold] wrote: Good team selection, we will still have some players strong for Burnley and a win there will put us in the top 6. Possibility of a big name in the draw tomorrow. So much to look forward to this season, Superb[/p][/quote]I am hoping for the draw to give us a home match against a team where we are favs to win, bigger and bigger prize money for every win.[/p][/quote]I'm starting to think Johnny all you care about is money!!! Vegas…ALARM BELLSzzzzzzzzzz! Good win today, so lets have a kind draw. I'm with you on this MR VEGAS. No matter who we draw, big or small I would still use the fringe players in the cup, just to give them playing time and the experience and leave our stronger players for the league. ps Buckley will leave for Palace.[/p][/quote]Conellie98, yep the more money we make as a club the happier I am, there can never be too much. Keeping our stronger players for the league matches, yes, but today I would have preferred to see just a little stronger midfield, but hey, we won so it doesn't matter now. If we can get thru the next round the chances of drawing a real tough team will elevate and if it happens, then we might have to field more of our senior players to progress. Liverpool had no intentions of risking a turn up today, they put out a really strong side, if we go on, we will have to consider doing the same. CMS should be available for the next round, how about him and Obika in tandem. We are hoping for three or four new players, if they are of the right quality that should help. VegasSeagull
  • Score: 1

6:11pm Sat 25 Jan 14

Clean Sheet says...

Yep, professional display and result today. Well done the Seagulls. Good to see some new scores too. This will give them even more desire to score in the future. Ince has ticked one of his 5 off.
Yep, professional display and result today. Well done the Seagulls. Good to see some new scores too. This will give them even more desire to score in the future. Ince has ticked one of his 5 off. Clean Sheet
  • Score: 7

6:29pm Sat 25 Jan 14

OldGull says...

VegasSeagull wrote:
Conelli98 wrote:
VegasSeagull wrote:
championshipgull wrote:
Good team selection, we will still have some players strong for Burnley and a win there will put us in the top 6. Possibility of a big name in the draw tomorrow. So much to look forward to this season, Superb
I am hoping for the draw to give us a home match against a team where we are favs to win, bigger and bigger prize money for every win.
I'm starting to think Johnny all you care about is money!!! Vegas…ALARM BELLSzzzzzzzzzz!
Good win today, so lets have a kind draw. I'm with you on this MR VEGAS. No matter who we draw, big or small I would still use the fringe players in the cup, just to give them playing time and the experience and leave our stronger players for the league.
ps Buckley will leave for Palace.
Conellie98, yep the more money we make as a club the happier I am, there can never be too much.

Keeping our stronger players for the league matches, yes, but today I would have preferred to see just a little stronger midfield, but hey, we won so it doesn't matter now. If we can get thru the next round the chances of drawing a real tough team will elevate and if it happens, then we might have to field more of our senior players to progress. Liverpool had no intentions of risking a turn up today, they put out a really strong side, if we go on, we will have to consider doing the same. CMS should be available for the next round, how about him and Obika in tandem. We are hoping for three or four new players, if they are of the right quality that should help.
I was un total agreement with the team selected. Really tough game on tuesday, so It was not worth risking too many 1st teamers
[quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Conelli98[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]championshipgull[/bold] wrote: Good team selection, we will still have some players strong for Burnley and a win there will put us in the top 6. Possibility of a big name in the draw tomorrow. So much to look forward to this season, Superb[/p][/quote]I am hoping for the draw to give us a home match against a team where we are favs to win, bigger and bigger prize money for every win.[/p][/quote]I'm starting to think Johnny all you care about is money!!! Vegas…ALARM BELLSzzzzzzzzzz! Good win today, so lets have a kind draw. I'm with you on this MR VEGAS. No matter who we draw, big or small I would still use the fringe players in the cup, just to give them playing time and the experience and leave our stronger players for the league. ps Buckley will leave for Palace.[/p][/quote]Conellie98, yep the more money we make as a club the happier I am, there can never be too much. Keeping our stronger players for the league matches, yes, but today I would have preferred to see just a little stronger midfield, but hey, we won so it doesn't matter now. If we can get thru the next round the chances of drawing a real tough team will elevate and if it happens, then we might have to field more of our senior players to progress. Liverpool had no intentions of risking a turn up today, they put out a really strong side, if we go on, we will have to consider doing the same. CMS should be available for the next round, how about him and Obika in tandem. We are hoping for three or four new players, if they are of the right quality that should help.[/p][/quote]I was un total agreement with the team selected. Really tough game on tuesday, so It was not worth risking too many 1st teamers OldGull
  • Score: 1

6:47pm Sat 25 Jan 14

tug509 says...

klemaniac wrote:
Chi Gull wrote:
VegasSeagull wrote:
Well I had reservations with the lineup before the match, glad to see that Oscar's selections got the job done, just reading the reports it seems that Vale didn't pose the threat I thought they would.

A bit concerning that we picked up 3 yellows in the first 30 minutes, and then another later in the game, perhaps a few players just a tad to eager to impress Oscar?

Anyone know what the prize money is for today's victory?
Vegas - more likely it was a very wet pitch and mistimed sliding tackles, and a ref not making allowances.

The odds are shortening on Sunderland at home in the next round. It just has to be, don't you think ?
Sunderland at Wembley would be better
I have just had an image of GP in a dirty old raincoat !!. UTA
[quote][p][bold]klemaniac[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chi Gull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: Well I had reservations with the lineup before the match, glad to see that Oscar's selections got the job done, just reading the reports it seems that Vale didn't pose the threat I thought they would. A bit concerning that we picked up 3 yellows in the first 30 minutes, and then another later in the game, perhaps a few players just a tad to eager to impress Oscar? Anyone know what the prize money is for today's victory?[/p][/quote]Vegas - more likely it was a very wet pitch and mistimed sliding tackles, and a ref not making allowances. The odds are shortening on Sunderland at home in the next round. It just has to be, don't you think ?[/p][/quote]Sunderland at Wembley would be better[/p][/quote]I have just had an image of GP in a dirty old raincoat !!. UTA tug509
  • Score: -2

6:55pm Sat 25 Jan 14

tug509 says...

tug509 wrote:
klemaniac wrote:
Chi Gull wrote:
VegasSeagull wrote:
Well I had reservations with the lineup before the match, glad to see that Oscar's selections got the job done, just reading the reports it seems that Vale didn't pose the threat I thought they would.

A bit concerning that we picked up 3 yellows in the first 30 minutes, and then another later in the game, perhaps a few players just a tad to eager to impress Oscar?

Anyone know what the prize money is for today's victory?
Vegas - more likely it was a very wet pitch and mistimed sliding tackles, and a ref not making allowances.

The odds are shortening on Sunderland at home in the next round. It just has to be, don't you think ?
Sunderland at Wembley would be better
I have just had an image of GP in a dirty old raincoat !!. UTA
Only crying ,phew do ya think i gotaway with it !. UTA
[quote][p][bold]tug509[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]klemaniac[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chi Gull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: Well I had reservations with the lineup before the match, glad to see that Oscar's selections got the job done, just reading the reports it seems that Vale didn't pose the threat I thought they would. A bit concerning that we picked up 3 yellows in the first 30 minutes, and then another later in the game, perhaps a few players just a tad to eager to impress Oscar? Anyone know what the prize money is for today's victory?[/p][/quote]Vegas - more likely it was a very wet pitch and mistimed sliding tackles, and a ref not making allowances. The odds are shortening on Sunderland at home in the next round. It just has to be, don't you think ?[/p][/quote]Sunderland at Wembley would be better[/p][/quote]I have just had an image of GP in a dirty old raincoat !!. UTA[/p][/quote]Only crying ,phew do ya think i gotaway with it !. UTA tug509
  • Score: -1

7:50pm Sat 25 Jan 14

Falmer Wizard says...

Pleased that our young side took three points away from home,this indicates we do not need to sign anybody to keep us in the top half of the table
Pleased that our young side took three points away from home,this indicates we do not need to sign anybody to keep us in the top half of the table Falmer Wizard
  • Score: -1

7:59pm Sat 25 Jan 14

tug509 says...

Falmer Wizard wrote:
Pleased that our young side took three points away from home,this indicates we do not need to sign anybody to keep us in the top half of the table
Wow Falmer ,have you been on the Wiz ! .
[quote][p][bold]Falmer Wizard[/bold] wrote: Pleased that our young side took three points away from home,this indicates we do not need to sign anybody to keep us in the top half of the table[/p][/quote]Wow Falmer ,have you been on the Wiz ! . tug509
  • Score: 1

8:24pm Sat 25 Jan 14

searich1983 says...

Ince scoring makes me think that he is ready to take on the role of Bridcutt, I was not 100% sure but he is getting better and better so is it time for Bridcutt to go? just in time?
Ince scoring makes me think that he is ready to take on the role of Bridcutt, I was not 100% sure but he is getting better and better so is it time for Bridcutt to go? just in time? searich1983
  • Score: 0

9:13am Sun 26 Jan 14

Ringmer Rich says...

It was an FA cup tie against lower league opposition on a heavy pitch. The young lads did extremely well, but could they get the same result against quality opposition week in week out? They are still developing, if we are to lose LB and WB, we do need replacements and a striker.
It was an FA cup tie against lower league opposition on a heavy pitch. The young lads did extremely well, but could they get the same result against quality opposition week in week out? They are still developing, if we are to lose LB and WB, we do need replacements and a striker. Ringmer Rich
  • Score: 3

11:10am Sun 26 Jan 14

Baldseagull says...

Falmer Wizard wrote:
Pleased that our young side took three points away from home,this indicates we do not need to sign anybody to keep us in the top half of the table
Only you and Ashley Barnes think you get 3 points for a win in the cup.
[quote][p][bold]Falmer Wizard[/bold] wrote: Pleased that our young side took three points away from home,this indicates we do not need to sign anybody to keep us in the top half of the table[/p][/quote]Only you and Ashley Barnes think you get 3 points for a win in the cup. Baldseagull
  • Score: 3

8:16pm Sun 26 Jan 14

Captain Haddock says...

bruce beckett wrote:
90k, I believe, Vegas. 180k if we win in the next round. Just enough to pay for your trip over to Wembley to watch us in the final!
And yours Bruce!
[quote][p][bold]bruce beckett[/bold] wrote: 90k, I believe, Vegas. 180k if we win in the next round. Just enough to pay for your trip over to Wembley to watch us in the final![/p][/quote]And yours Bruce! Captain Haddock
  • Score: 0

8:24pm Sun 26 Jan 14

Captain Haddock says...

Baldseagull wrote:
Falmer Wizard wrote:
Pleased that our young side took three points away from home,this indicates we do not need to sign anybody to keep us in the top half of the table
Only you and Ashley Barnes think you get 3 points for a win in the cup.
:0D
[quote][p][bold]Baldseagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Falmer Wizard[/bold] wrote: Pleased that our young side took three points away from home,this indicates we do not need to sign anybody to keep us in the top half of the table[/p][/quote]Only you and Ashley Barnes think you get 3 points for a win in the cup.[/p][/quote]:0D Captain Haddock
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