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31 Re: Ipswich Town 2-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 16 2017, 13:01

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
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I hope the players have all shaved their legs.

32 Re: Ipswich Town 2-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 16 2017, 14:03

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33 Re: Ipswich Town 2-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 16 2017, 14:11

Norpig

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John McGinlay
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can't work out the formation from that, i presume its 3 at the back with wingbacks but who's going to play upfront with Madine?

34 Re: Ipswich Town 2-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 16 2017, 14:15

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Norpig wrote:can't work out the formation from that, i presume its 3 at the back with wingbacks but who's going to play upfront with Madine?

No one I would think

(No one not Noone)

I agree it looks like 3 at the back with wingbacks - so two in the middle of the park - Cullen and Karacan with two wingers.

That's how I see it.

Looks horrible though.

35 Re: Ipswich Town 2-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 16 2017, 14:27

Norpig

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John McGinlay
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it sounds more like 343 but thats far too attacking for Parky surely?

36 Re: Ipswich Town 2-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 16 2017, 14:28

Natasha Whittam

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
What a load of shite Parky. Negative from the kick off. It'll be a predictable defeat with us failing to score again.

37 Re: Ipswich Town 2-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 16 2017, 14:29

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Nat Lofthouse
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Norpig wrote:it sounds more like 343 but thats far too attacking for Parky surely?

It's not attacking, it's a 5-4-1 formation, hoping to fluke a 0-0.

38 Re: Ipswich Town 2-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 16 2017, 14:34

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John McGinlay
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i'm glad i'm taking my lad to a party in a bit, i won't have to listen to us get beat again

39 Re: Ipswich Town 2-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 16 2017, 15:44

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Nat Lofthouse
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40 Re: Ipswich Town 2-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 16 2017, 16:59

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Nicky Hunt
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Can't score, depressing stuff this. Sad

41 Re: Ipswich Town 2-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 16 2017, 17:03

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
The euphoria of last season seems light years away now.

42 Re: Ipswich Town 2-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 16 2017, 18:07

Natasha Whittam

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Nat Lofthouse
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Parky out. Ken should act now. Our lack of goals is solely down to Parky. Sack him now and get someone in who can at least get us a goal before May.

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43 Re: Ipswich Town 2-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 16 2017, 18:10

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Nat Lofthouse
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Nice graphic Nat,but not everyone is as eager to open their legs as you.

44 Re: Ipswich Town 2-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 16 2017, 18:14

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El Hadji Diouf
El Hadji Diouf
I agree with Nat, Parkinson again saying he couldn't have asked for more from his players, well we can score some fucking goals, he's taking us down without a whimper, get shut Ken.

45 Re: Ipswich Town 2-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 16 2017, 18:17

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Nat Lofthouse
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MartinBWFC wrote:I agree with Nat, Parkinson again saying he couldn't have asked for more from his players, well we can score some fucking goals, he's taking us down without a whimper, get shut Ken.

There comes a time when you have to stop defending the players and give them a rocket up their lazy arses.

I'm sick of hearing "the players gave their all" because if they did we are well and truly fucked.

46 Re: Ipswich Town 2-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 16 2017, 19:09

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Nat Lofthouse
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Decent first half TBH with some nice passages of play from us and Ipswich unable to get anything from our back 5, but we never looked like scoring so honours even IMO. When we did get into space usually through Little on the right we were deep and there was nothing to work with in front of him so as often as not it came back to Karacan in the middle. Madine huffed and puffed with not much support. 

It was easy to see what Parky was trying to do but if you set up so deep it has to be at the expense of getting bodies forward.
It was also easy to see that McCarthy was getting very frustrated and was obviously going to change things around at HT so you'd have expected Parky to have them fired up, intense and alert when they came back out.
They weren't and Ipswich went straight onto the attack from the off and scored. 
After that we again played some nice stuff in patches and could have scored a couple but Madine stuffed up a one on one with the goalie, taking it early but lifting it over the bar and then there was a scramble in which any one of three of our lads could have had a shot but they dithered.
The longer the game went on the more men we threw forward and the more stretched the game became. The difference was that Ipswich broke with pace and determination and more than anything else, quality so it was no surprise when McGoldrick scored a cracker at the end - outside of the right boot into top left corner.
Despite all our problems and lack of quality I have to say that the defence played well until Parky pushed them forward - but you'd expect them to be tight with 5 at the back. Karacan was tidy completing most passes, Noone was poor, and the rest were so-so, but the real problem is quality or moreover failing to find a system that these players can work with. 
It really showed when were on the ball and looking to get forward: few options, little support and not much imagination so on the occasions it wasn't passed square, there was a lot of dithering whilst Ipswich got back and it usually ended up with a high ball into a crowded box - I don't think I saw a single ball all game whipped across low and fast or an early ball to run on to.

47 Re: Ipswich Town 2-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 16 2017, 19:17

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Youri Djorkaeff
Youri Djorkaeff
Seems like a fair and balanced report there Wander. (unlike your usual posts). (just joking Smile)

48 Re: Ipswich Town 2-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 16 2017, 21:16

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Nat Lofthouse
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Report: Ipswich 2-0 Bolton

Despite putting in a strong performance on the road, a second-half strike double from Ipswich Town frontman David McGoldrick saw Bolton Wanderers taste defeat at Portman Road.

On another day Wanderers would have earned a point in East Anglia as they showed attacking intent and a dogged resolve throughout the contest, but were unable to make their positive presence count.

McGoldrick’s deflected drive not long after the restart gave the hosts the advantage before he rounded the victory off moments from full-time with a powerful shot past Ben Alnwick.

Wanderers made two changes from the side that lost at home to Sheffield United with Craig Noone and Filipe Morais coming in for Will Buckley and Adam Armstrong.

There was a change in formation also with manager Phil Parkinson reverting to three at the back. Mark Beevers, David Wheater and Reece Burke playing in defence.

The hosts won the first corner of the game after nine minutes after a swift counter saw Burke thwart the rampaging run of Jordan Spence down the far left channel. The effort came to nothing though.

Wanderers responded through Noone whose probing run and shot was blocked at the expense of a free-kick after Morais was fouled.

Noone tried his luck from range after Josh Cullen laid the ball through to him but the wideman’s effort never troubled Bartosz Bialkowski in the Town goal.

Grant Ward sized up a shot from 25 yards as Ipswich looked to seize the initiative but saw his effort go hopelessly wide of Ben Alnwick’s right hand stick.

Noone, whose hunger to get off the mark in a Wanderers shirt was apparent from the off, had another effort but his strike looped into the grateful arms of Bialkowski.

The winger earned his team a corner moments later when his right-footed effort deflected out of play.

It was a bright, positive start from the visitors who were certainly looking to take the game to the hosts.

Morais was the beneficiary of a sublime pass from Noone after the former Cardiff City man weaved his way into the box, but the Portuguese-born star couldn’t keep his effort on target as Wanderers spurned another chance to break the deadlock.

The next chance fell to Gary Madine whose effort from 30 yards appeared destined for the top left hand corner but for the hands of Bialkowski who palmed away the effort.

There was no question that Wanderers were the better team inside the opening half an hour and should have been at least one goal to the good for all the attacking intent they showed.

Against the run of play, the hosts took the lead moments after the restart after Cole Skuse’s shot from distance took a wicked deflection to flat foot Alnwick. The chance was created courtesy of a great run and cut-back from David McGoldrick on the right hand side.

Wanderers almost responded instantly when Karacan’s drive bounced awkwardly in front of Bialkowski who palmed the effort away.

Wanderers kept their heads held high despite the setback and continued with their attacking endeavour with Madine causing a nuisance to the Town backline.

And frontman would have snatched an equaliser had Wheater not got in the way of him following a goalmouth melee and some intricate attacking play inside the Town box.

At this stage luck wasn’t with the visitors despite their good play throughout the contest.

Alnwick was then pressed into making a crucial save from McGoldrick to prevent Ipswich from going two goal up after Wanderers failed to clear their lines on two occasions.

Parkinson made his first change of the match on 70 minutes with Adam Armstrong coming of for Mark Little.

Madine had another good chance at the far post after he connected to Robinson’s deep cross but couldn’t head the ball on target.

With 13 minutes to go, Parkinson made a double attacking substitution with Aaron Wilbraham and Adam Le Fondre coming on for Madine and Morais.

Any hopes of Wanderers getting back into the contest were dashed minutes from full-time thanks to McGoldrick’s second of the game.

Despite their strong performance, arguably the best of the campaign, Wanderers weren’t able to get on the scoresheet and succumbed to a cruel defeat.

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49 Re: Ipswich Town 2-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 16 2017, 21:38

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Tony Kelly
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Like Parky says !!! we're in a mini league !!! OF ONE !!!
Says it all when we bring on a fucking pensioner to try and change the game !!!

50 Re: Ipswich Town 2-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 16 2017, 23:47

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See the goals here -

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Their first was a deflection that left our keeper flat footed, the second - although it came late in the match - was crap defending from a number of our players.

A leader on the pitch would have given them a bollocking.

I know I would.


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