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Postby Wolfpac » Sat Apr 13, 2019 4:15 pm

Thought he was excellent today, one of our better defenders of late.

We move on to Brighton, win their and we MAY have a chance, massive ask mind, we just don’t have a natural scorer.
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Re: Morrison

Postby OriginalGrangeEndBlue » Sat Apr 13, 2019 6:34 pm

Wolfpac wrote:Thought he was excellent today, one of our better defenders of late.

We move on to Brighton, win their and we MAY have a chance, massive ask mind, we just don’t have a natural scorer.


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Re: Morrison

Postby davids » Sat Apr 13, 2019 9:42 pm

Isn't it strange how we all see the game differently?

I thought he was really poor today. Distribution was abysmal, not one clearance found a white shirt, panicked under pressure and put the ball into touch when he had time to control it.

Was nowhere to be seen when they scored their first goal. Why wasn't our captain and centre half picking up their main striker at a corner?

He wasn't the only one by any stretch of the imagination but I thought he was nowhere near his best.
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Re: Morrison

Postby 2blue2handle » Sat Apr 13, 2019 9:52 pm

davids wrote:Isn't it strange how we all see the game differently?

I thought he was really poor today. Distribution was abysmal, not one clearance found a white shirt, panicked under pressure and put the ball into touch when he had time to control it.

Was nowhere to be seen when they scored their first goal. Why wasn't our captain and centre half picking up their main striker at a corner?

He wasn't the only one by any stretch of the imagination but I thought he was nowhere near his best.


I'm assuming it's wanrocks decision who he tracks... Unless he lost him.
As the famous Warnock video shows you listen when he tells you who to mark.
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Re: Morrison

Postby davids » Sat Apr 13, 2019 10:14 pm

2blue2handle wrote:
davids wrote:Isn't it strange how we all see the game differently?

I thought he was really poor today. Distribution was abysmal, not one clearance found a white shirt, panicked under pressure and put the ball into touch when he had time to control it.

Was nowhere to be seen when they scored their first goal. Why wasn't our captain and centre half picking up their main striker at a corner?

He wasn't the only one by any stretch of the imagination but I thought he was nowhere near his best.


I'm assuming it's wanrocks decision who he tracks... Unless he lost him.
As the famous Warnock video shows you listen when he tells you who to mark.


I don't think our manager is immune from a bit of criticism today either.

No substitution until the 70th minute and again only replacing like for like. Would like Bobby Reid to have been given more than the last five minutes of the game and would have hoped that with us needing the win we would perhaps have played two up front for the last 30 minutes or so.
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Re: Morrison

Postby WelshPatriot » Sun Apr 14, 2019 7:46 am

davids wrote:Isn't it strange how we all see the game differently?

I thought he was really poor today. Distribution was abysmal, not one clearance found a white shirt, panicked under pressure and put the ball into touch when he had time to control it.

Was nowhere to be seen when they scored their first goal. Why wasn't our captain and centre half picking up their main striker at a corner?

He wasn't the only one by any stretch of the imagination but I thought he was nowhere near his best.


We do see games differently I didn't see any white shirts.
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Re: Morrison

Postby Isawgarystevensscoreagoal » Sun Apr 14, 2019 10:43 am

I lost count of the number of times he surrendered possession when under no pressure whatsoever. Hoof all.

On one of our set piece deliveries second half Burnley didnt have a man in front of him and the ball landed perfectly for SM to back header it on. But he missed it altogether.

He's a championship defender at best and Chris Wood had the better of him most of the afternoon.
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