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91 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 17:20

finlaymcdanger

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El Hadji Diouf
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And not replacing our top goalscorer when he sold him in January
Not having that fin, the biggest problem is not having him but playing like we have, Parkinson couldn't adapt, face it he's a clueless, spineless excuse of a man.

We agree, Martin. Parkinson is incapable of utilising the squad any other way.

My point is, in making the decision to sell Madine and not replace him with a big target man, Parkinson should have been replaced as part of that decision. Anderson fucked it up.

92 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 17:21

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
We've got to go for it balls out now,and hope for the best.

93 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 17:23

karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:We've got to go for it balls out now,and hope for the best.
But we know that isn’t going to happen as we have a clueless prick for a manager.

94 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 17:23

Natasha Whittam

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Nat Lofthouse
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:What choice did he have when the big lump up top was sold an not replaced?


Get real Fin, he had a choice. On what planet is lumping it to a little man going to win you games?

They showed briefly at Barnsley that they can create chances playing 4-4-2 with a bit of pace, I'd rather have gone down trying to win games, than trying to avoid defeat.

95 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 17:24

karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:What choice did he have when the big lump up top was sold an not replaced?


Get real Fin, he had a choice. On what planet is lumping it to a little man going to win you games?

They showed briefly at Barnsley that they can create chances playing 4-4-2 with a bit of pace, I'd rather have gone down trying to win games, than trying to avoid defeat.
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96 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 17:24

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Nicolas Anelka
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This is worse than going down two years ago. How did we fuck it up ? All we needed to do was hold on at Barnsley and it would have been a completely different story. WE should have put some of the under 12s or whatever they are in the Team. they can't be worse than this lot. David Lee is probably still better than any of the current first team.

97 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 17:27

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Nicolas Anelka
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And not replacing our top goalscorer when he sold him in January
Not having that fin, the biggest problem is not having him but playing like we have, Parkinson couldn't adapt, face it he's a clueless, spineless excuse of a man.

We agree, Martin. Parkinson is incapable of utilising the squad any other way.

My point is, in making the decision to sell Madine and not replace him with a big target man, Parkinson should have been replaced as part of that decision. Anderson fucked it up.

For me that is spot on. The compensation they would have had to pay Parkinson would be nothing compared to the losses from relegation. Seriously, if he is still here next season you would be mad to get a Season ticket. It's a shit league, but that football is so negative. Not worth paying to watch at all.

98 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 17:39

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Nat Lofthouse
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Report: Burton Albion 2-0 Bolton Wanderers

Two first-half goals from Hope Akpan and Lucas Akins gave Burton Albion the maximum points against Bolton Wanderers at the Pirelli Stadium.

Wanderers had started brightly but were unable to make their early advantage count as Akpan put the hosts in front just before the half-hour mark.

Akins put the Brewers firmly in charge eight minutes later when he fired beyond Alnwick.

Wanderers had their keeper to thank for preventing their scoreline from being more emphatic after making a string of second-half saves as Wanderers strived in vain to get on the scoresheet.

Team News

Phil Parkinson made four changes from the side that lost to Wolves last weekend. In came Andrew Taylor, Dorian Dervite, Derik and Craig Noone at the expense of Antonee Robinson, David Wheater, Filipe Morais and Will Buckley – the four of whom were named among the substitutes.

First Half

Wanderers enjoyed the better of the opening exchanges with Sammy Ameobi controlling the ball well on the left flank before firing a low cross across the face of goal.

At the other end, Derik cleared a dangerous cross after John Brayford put in a dangerous cross on the overlap as Burton broke forward.

Ben Alnwick made the game’s first save after eight minutes when Hope Akpan’s drive from distance went straight into his arms.

Le Fondre was the beneficiary of a stunning long range cross field pass off Noone, but the frontman was unable to get his left-footed volley on target to trouble Stephen Bywater.

Henry flashed wide after some good build up play by the visitors who were starting to turn up the heat on their opponents.

But the hosts took the lead on 28 minutes through Akpan who powered his way through and fired beyond Alnwick into the top corner.

Akins nearly doubled the Brewers’ advantage when he powered a header towards goal only for Alnwick to make a low save at the expense of a corner.

Pratley had his name taken by the referee for a foul on Kyle McFadzean.

The hosts doubled their lead on 36 minutes through Akins who was the first to react to a goalmouth scramble and steer beyond Alnwick.

Sordell went close to adding a third for Albion as the half drew to a close.

Second Half

Parkinson made a double change during the break with Buckley and Morais on for Derik and Flanagan.

A volley from Buckley, after Wanderers had put Burton under pressure, deflected for a corner as the visitors strove to get themselves back into the game.

Morais’ free-kick went agonisingly wide after Le Fondre was felled.

At the other end, Alnwick pulled off a stunning save to keep out Liam Boyce whose thunderous volley was parried behind for a corner.

With twenty minutes of the game remaining, Parkinson made his final substitution of the afternoon when Wilbraham replaced Henry.

Alnwich and Taylor came to the rescue for Wanderers in quick succession to keep out Sordell and then Akins both at close range.

Murphy then blazed over from close range after being put through by Boyce.

Alnwick made another fantastic save to thwart Boyce who sprang the offside trap and charged towards goal only for the Wanderers shot stopper to get his hand on the effort.

Ultimately, Wanderers were unable to find a way past Stephen Bywater.

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99 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 17:43

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Nat Lofthouse
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that last line made me laugh - we didn't find a way past Bywater because we didn't have a shot on target for the whole 90 minutes and it's far from the first time thats happened this season.

100 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 17:48

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Frank Worthington
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Parkinson on radio just now, blaming the pitch, players, anything apart from him and his moronic team selection, and his clueless tactics, the man really is a spineless weak minded fucker, just want him gone.

101 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 17:52

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Nat Lofthouse
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Parkinson on radio just now, blaming the pitch, players, anything apart from him and his moronic team selection, and his clueless tactics, the man really is a spineless weak minded fucker, just want him gone.
I suppose he has a point. The pitch nullified our usual free flowing football. Shocked

102 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 18:00

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Tony Kelly
Tony Kelly
Can we still catch Birmingham?

103 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 18:02

karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
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Forest will be out to send us down.

We won’t even get a goal in this last game.

104 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 18:11

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Nat Lofthouse
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Can we still catch Birmingham?

If they lose by 2 and we win by 2

105 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 18:21

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Ivan Campo
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If they lose by 2 and we win by 2

Laughing

106 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 18:34

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Tony Kelly
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If they lose by 2 and we win by 2
So that's a no then.

107 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 18:40

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Nat Lofthouse
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Oh well. League one really is our level tbh. Ownership is more northern league 4 6 a side astro turf Wednesday night anyone welcome.

108 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 19:57

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109 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 19:57

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Andy Walker
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This went wrong against Birmingham at home, reverse that result and Brum are looking at the drop not us. However we simply can't score so the only way we stay up is Barnsley and Burton lose and we win 1-0 i like a bet but can't see that happening.

110 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 19:59

finlaymcdanger

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El Hadji Diouf
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:What choice did he have when the big lump up top was sold an not replaced?


Get real Fin, he had a choice. On what planet is lumping it to a little man going to win you games?

They showed briefly at Barnsley that they can create chances playing 4-4-2 with a bit of pace, I'd rather have gone down trying to win games, than trying to avoid defeat.
:clap:

With Parkinson as our manager we should never have been in the position of having to lump it up to a little man. As I've already said, Parkinson shouldn't have remained as manager without a target to hoof the ball up to. He isn't equipped to have the squad play in a different way and therefore should have been provided the tools to function the only way he knows. I'm not defending Parkinson, I'm simply stating that the decision to keep him as manager without allowing him to set the team up the way he is capable of was a bad one. Anderson shouldn't escape blame. I hope he's enjoying is 6m tonight (closer to 4m actually when all said and done).

111 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 20:02

MartinBWFC

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Frank Worthington
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Closer to fuck all when he loses the championship money, do you think he'll be pleased with the goon he appointed?

112 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 20:05

Natasha Whittam

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Nat Lofthouse
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Closer to fuck all when he loses the championship money, do you think he'll be pleased with the goon he appointed?

Martin, who would you put in charge for next season?

Give me a name.

113 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 20:21

MartinBWFC

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Frank Worthington
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Closer to fuck all when he loses the championship money, do you think he'll be pleased with the goon he appointed?

Martin, who would you put in charge for next season?

Give me a name.
I'll give you a few names.

Cowley brothers at Lincoln

Nathan Jones at Luton

Mark Warburton.

Nigel Pearson.... is that enough to be going on with? all better than this goon..

114 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 20:42

Hipster_Nebula

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Nat Lofthouse
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Why is every manager we've had since Sam only capable of playing one way?

115 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 20:48

MartinBWFC

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Frank Worthington
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Bullshit, Coyle played attacking football on the ground, Megson at least had a gameplan, Freedman I'll give you, Lennon started well and for whatever reason went to ratshit, this goon is a fucking disgrace to football, even in league 1 his football was shite.

116 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 20:54

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Andy Walker
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A disgrace to football Laughing think you need to regain a bit of perspective on this one.

For what it’s worth, as I’ve said before, if you have a limited manager you don’t pull the rug from under him and sell his most important player without having a replacement. Quite clear that’s the biggest reason for our troubles for me.

We’ve never been good going forward under Parkinson, but both the beginning and end of this season our ability to defend has completely collapsed. He’s got to take the blame for that, our solidity was based on a settled back 4 - we haven’t had that for months now.

117 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 21:08

MartinBWFC

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Frank Worthington
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:A disgrace to football Laughing think you need to regain a bit of perspective on this one.

For what it’s worth, as I’ve said before, if you have a limited manager you don’t pull the rug from under him and sell his most important player without having a replacement. Quite clear that’s the biggest reason for our troubles for me.

We’ve never been good going forward under Parkinson, but both the beginning and end of this season our ability to defend has completely collapsed. He’s got to take the blame for that, our solidity was based on a settled back 4 - we haven’t had that for months now.
Oh just fuck off, you'd start an arguement in fucking empty house.

118 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 21:19

T.R.O.Y


Andy Walker
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Which part do you disagree with?

119 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 21:28

MartinBWFC

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Frank Worthington
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Which part do you disagree with?
Most of it, Preston lost Hugill in January they adapted, we lost Madine Parkinson couldn't adapt, good management is about utilising your staff to the best of their abiity, if I was running the office I would want the IT guys looking after the technical side, I'd want my sales guys selling my product, what I wouldn't do is have my IT guys doing my selling next week, you get my drift.

120 Re: Burton 2-0 Bolton on Sat Apr 28 2018, 21:38

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Andy Walker
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Preston bought in 2 strikers in January, plus already had Maguire in the summer - so if anything you prove my point, rather than disproving it?

Don’t understand your office analogy, as everyone’s playing in the right position?

But to use the analogy it’s more like sacking your IT team and asking the receptionist to fill in.

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