Match preview: York City v AFC Wimbledon

AFC Wimbledon’s Louis Harris in action against York City's Jason Walker

AFC Wimbledon’s Louis Harris who faces the axe for tomorrow’s clash at the Crescent

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AFC WIMBLEDON boss Neil Ardley is once more expected to reshuffle his pack when his team face York City at Bootham Crescent tomorrow.

Ardley has made five changes to his starting line-up for the last two games, opting for a rotation policy due to a punishing schedule at the start of November.

The Dons will arrive at Bootham Crescent having covered a thousand miles during the last week with their trips to North Yorkshire on consecutive weekends sandwiching a midweek clash in Exeter.

That 2-0 defeat was described by Ardley as the worst performance during his first month in charge, providing more reason for the former Wombles midfielder to weigh up his selection options again.

Wimbledon could only name six substitutes in midweek after Charlie Strutton, their FA Cup marksman at Bootham Crescent three days earlier, was struck down by a virus.

He is expected to return to the squad but Ardley will continue to be without crocked trio Sammy Moore (fractured leg), Mat Michel King (back) and Pim Balkestein (knee).

On-loan recruits Jonathan Meades and Jake Reeves, who have arrived from Bournemouth and Brentford respectively, came in for their debuts at Exeter and are expected to retain their places.

Meades was preferred at left-back to Warren Cummings in Devon while Reeves replaced Louis Harris in midfield.

Up to six players will be contesting the three midfield places alongside Reeves with the likes of George Francomb, Jim Fenlon, Rashid Yussuf, Steven Gregory, Stacy Long and Luke Moore all struggling to nail down a regular slot in the team.

In attack, Jack Midson is under pressure from Christian Jolley having failed to net in his last 11 games but leading six-goal marksman Byron Harrison is expected to keep his place despite failing to make the scoresheet in four appearances.

At the other end of the pitch, Wimbledon have League Two’s worst defensive record, shipping 31 goals, including 20 on their travels, which is four more than any other side in the division.

Following a run of one win from their last six matches — a 3-1 home win over Bristol Rovers – Ardley’s men also currently lie fourth-bottom just one point above improving basement boys Barnet.

Wimbledon (possible): Brown, Osano, Antwi, Mambo, Meades, Yussuf, Long, L Moore, Francomb, Harrison, Jolley.

 

Match facts

AFC Wimbledon lost on both of their Blue Square Premier visits to Bootham Crescent.

In April 2010, City won 5-0 with Richard Brodie hitting a hat-trick and Michael Rankine bagging a brace of goals.

On February 1, 2011, Rankine was again on target in a 4-1 win along with Danny Parslow, James Meredith and Ashley Chambers, and the line-up watched by 2,438 was: Ingham, Darville, Parslow, C Smith, Meredith, Mackin (Carruthers), Kerr, J Smith, Chambers (Reed), Rankine (Constantine), Till. Making their debuts were Liam Darville and Scott Kerr.

The original Wimbledon club were unbeaten in their four Football League trips to York, all in the Fourth Division (1978 to 1982), winning three times and drawing once.

It happened on November 10

1934: Maurice Dando hit a hat-trick in a 5-0 win over Rotherham United in Division Three North. Jack Eyres and George Bowater were the other scorers watched by 3,992.

1973: Chris Jones was the marksman in a 1-0 home win over Southend United in Division Three (League One) watched by 8,153. It was City’s 13th League game without defeat and their eighth successive clean sheet.

1998: City lost 2-0 at home to Macclesfield Town in front of 2,713 in the Second Division (League One). It was the seventh game without a win.

2007: In the first round of the FA Cup, City lost 1-0 at Bootham Crescent to Havant & Waterlooville and the attendance was 2,001.

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11:29am Fri 9 Nov 12

Sir Alex says...

Remember that Southend game - great diving header from Chris Jones. Crowd boosted by vouchers for Man City game.

Tomorrow I cannot see beyond a draw

say City 2-2 Wombles in front of 3,328 (280), Blair and Kearnes
Remember that Southend game - great diving header from Chris Jones. Crowd boosted by vouchers for Man City game. Tomorrow I cannot see beyond a draw say City 2-2 Wombles in front of 3,328 (280), Blair and Kearnes Sir Alex
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12:17pm Fri 9 Nov 12

Tug job says...

0-0, 2603 (198)
0-0, 2603 (198) Tug job
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12:28pm Fri 9 Nov 12

YorkCityLuke says...

These poor home performances can't last forever. 2-0 to City, Chambers brace. 3500 (210)
These poor home performances can't last forever. 2-0 to City, Chambers brace. 3500 (210) YorkCityLuke
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12:33pm Fri 9 Nov 12

redbluelion says...

YorkCityLuke wrote:
These poor home performances can't last forever. 2-0 to City, Chambers brace. 3500 (210)
would you put money on that score.because i wouldn't..not a home game anyway..
[quote][p][bold]YorkCityLuke[/bold] wrote: These poor home performances can't last forever. 2-0 to City, Chambers brace. 3500 (210)[/p][/quote]would you put money on that score.because i wouldn't..not a home game anyway.. redbluelion
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12:36pm Fri 9 Nov 12

redbluelion says...

0-O draw this game...but think we will beat them at there place in the cup.
0-O draw this game...but think we will beat them at there place in the cup. redbluelion
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12:36pm Fri 9 Nov 12

YorkCityLuke says...

redbluelion wrote:
YorkCityLuke wrote:
These poor home performances can't last forever. 2-0 to City, Chambers brace. 3500 (210)
would you put money on that score.because i wouldn't..not a home game anyway..
No I wouldn't put money on it. That said, Wimbledon (I thought) were very poor when they last came to visit, and were pretty lucky to get the draw even if it was our own fault for not finishing them off. If we're firing on all cylinders we'll win comfortably. If not... 1-1 is more likely again.
[quote][p][bold]redbluelion[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]YorkCityLuke[/bold] wrote: These poor home performances can't last forever. 2-0 to City, Chambers brace. 3500 (210)[/p][/quote]would you put money on that score.because i wouldn't..not a home game anyway..[/p][/quote]No I wouldn't put money on it. That said, Wimbledon (I thought) were very poor when they last came to visit, and were pretty lucky to get the draw even if it was our own fault for not finishing them off. If we're firing on all cylinders we'll win comfortably. If not... 1-1 is more likely again. YorkCityLuke
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12:58pm Fri 9 Nov 12

skilly says...

redbluelion wrote:
YorkCityLuke wrote: These poor home performances can't last forever. 2-0 to City, Chambers brace. 3500 (210)
would you put money on that score.because i wouldn't..not a home game anyway..
I'm putting money on it. They were poor and I remain optimistic that on Saturday we will score 2 goals, Chambers + Kearns - 3150 (146 away)
[quote][p][bold]redbluelion[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]YorkCityLuke[/bold] wrote: These poor home performances can't last forever. 2-0 to City, Chambers brace. 3500 (210)[/p][/quote]would you put money on that score.because i wouldn't..not a home game anyway..[/p][/quote]I'm putting money on it. They were poor and I remain optimistic that on Saturday we will score 2 goals, Chambers + Kearns - 3150 (146 away) skilly
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1:02pm Fri 9 Nov 12

RooBeck says...

3-1 City. (Won't speculate on scorers, until team named! Unfortunately, our defence still looks as if it will ship in the odd goal in any match!!) 2,840 crowd.(60 away -two busloads!) Will GM freshen-up his attacking front three??
3-1 City. (Won't speculate on scorers, until team named! Unfortunately, our defence still looks as if it will ship in the odd goal in any match!!) 2,840 crowd.(60 away -two busloads!) Will GM freshen-up his attacking front three?? RooBeck
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1:17pm Fri 9 Nov 12

MUSHEMINSTERMAN says...

5-0 to York, Blair to bag a hat-trick. As Scott Kerr said a few weeks ago, someone is gonna get a thrashing!
5-0 to York, Blair to bag a hat-trick. As Scott Kerr said a few weeks ago, someone is gonna get a thrashing! MUSHEMINSTERMAN
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1:32pm Fri 9 Nov 12

openallhours says...

MUSHEMINSTERMAN wrote:
5-0 to York, Blair to bag a hat-trick. As Scott Kerr said a few weeks ago, someone is gonna get a thrashing!
Agree.

We're due a big win and we've been unlucky not to win the last 2 games (even though certain players, one in particular, should have taken their chances).
[quote][p][bold]MUSHEMINSTERMAN[/bold] wrote: 5-0 to York, Blair to bag a hat-trick. As Scott Kerr said a few weeks ago, someone is gonna get a thrashing![/p][/quote]Agree. We're due a big win and we've been unlucky not to win the last 2 games (even though certain players, one in particular, should have taken their chances). openallhours
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1:45pm Fri 9 Nov 12

Budgie says...

0-0 Chambers misses more sitters.
0-0 Chambers misses more sitters. Budgie
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1:48pm Fri 9 Nov 12

openallhours says...

Budgie wrote:
0-0 Chambers misses more sitters.
Get ready for the abuse!
[quote][p][bold]Budgie[/bold] wrote: 0-0 Chambers misses more sitters.[/p][/quote]Get ready for the abuse! openallhours
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2:02pm Fri 9 Nov 12

Yorkieroy60 says...

Got to start putting our home form right & the players need to start putting in a 90 minute performance and as Mr Mills says we need to be more ruthless!
Looks like new man Alex Rodman straight in tomorrow-could be the boost we need up front !

City 2 Wombles 1 (Rodman,Blair)

Att 3,250 (220 away)
Got to start putting our home form right & the players need to start putting in a 90 minute performance and as Mr Mills says we need to be more ruthless! Looks like new man Alex Rodman straight in tomorrow-could be the boost we need up front ! City 2 Wombles 1 (Rodman,Blair) Att 3,250 (220 away) Yorkieroy60
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3:02pm Fri 9 Nov 12

walwynwasgod says...

For all the negative posters on here...

City 10 Wombles 0 (Rodman 10) !

Att 3,174 (236 away and 2,000 moaning home supporters who post on this website !)
For all the negative posters on here... City 10 Wombles 0 (Rodman 10) ! Att 3,174 (236 away and 2,000 moaning home supporters who post on this website !) walwynwasgod
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3:14pm Fri 9 Nov 12

redbluelion says...

walwynwasgod wrote:
For all the negative posters on here... City 10 Wombles 0 (Rodman 10) ! Att 3,174 (236 away and 2,000 moaning home supporters who post on this website !)
haha....lol..its good to moan.brings about much needed change..and we can do with some change to our home form..
[quote][p][bold]walwynwasgod[/bold] wrote: For all the negative posters on here... City 10 Wombles 0 (Rodman 10) ! Att 3,174 (236 away and 2,000 moaning home supporters who post on this website !)[/p][/quote]haha....lol..its good to moan.brings about much needed change..and we can do with some change to our home form.. redbluelion
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3:26pm Fri 9 Nov 12

yorkiemike says...

We are the only team in the league to be unbeaten for 6 games and that includes Gillingham.
What`s the chances of 7 tomorrow?Hate to be negative but I reckon 0 - 0.Blair in midfield a big mistake in my opinion.
I would have rested Kerr and Walker for Monday and brought in Potts and Reed with the new man on the bench to start with.
2764 (124) 0 - 0 !!
We are the only team in the league to be unbeaten for 6 games and that includes Gillingham. What`s the chances of 7 tomorrow?Hate to be negative but I reckon 0 - 0.Blair in midfield a big mistake in my opinion. I would have rested Kerr and Walker for Monday and brought in Potts and Reed with the new man on the bench to start with. 2764 (124) 0 - 0 !! yorkiemike
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3:45pm Fri 9 Nov 12

cityforthepremier says...

walwynwasgod wrote:
For all the negative posters on here...

City 10 Wombles 0 (Rodman 10) !

Att 3,174 (236 away and 2,000 moaning home supporters who post on this website !)
2,000? I thought this site was the same 10 bellends at Norwich Union who just post to annoy people during their lunch hour?
[quote][p][bold]walwynwasgod[/bold] wrote: For all the negative posters on here... City 10 Wombles 0 (Rodman 10) ! Att 3,174 (236 away and 2,000 moaning home supporters who post on this website !)[/p][/quote]2,000? I thought this site was the same 10 bellends at Norwich Union who just post to annoy people during their lunch hour? cityforthepremier
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4:24pm Fri 9 Nov 12

Yorkieroy60 says...

walwynwasgod wrote:
For all the negative posters on here...

City 10 Wombles 0 (Rodman 10) !

Att 3,174 (236 away and 2,000 moaning home supporters who post on this website !)
Who's being negative?-Realistic maybe!
Not one poster has predicted a defeat & I think anyone who's been to the home games knows we should have done better in many of them when we
have been in good positions & let things
slip-maybe we just want the best for our
Club-but I don't see any real negativity-
opinion maybe-whats wrong with that!
[quote][p][bold]walwynwasgod[/bold] wrote: For all the negative posters on here... City 10 Wombles 0 (Rodman 10) ! Att 3,174 (236 away and 2,000 moaning home supporters who post on this website !)[/p][/quote]Who's being negative?-Realistic maybe! Not one poster has predicted a defeat & I think anyone who's been to the home games knows we should have done better in many of them when we have been in good positions & let things slip-maybe we just want the best for our Club-but I don't see any real negativity- opinion maybe-whats wrong with that! Yorkieroy60
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4:24pm Fri 9 Nov 12

walwynwasgod says...

cityforthepremier

Probably is mate. Sorry if i've insulted any of the 2000 !
cityforthepremier Probably is mate. Sorry if i've insulted any of the 2000 ! walwynwasgod
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5:34pm Fri 9 Nov 12

duffy says...

MUSHEMINSTERMAN wrote:
5-0 to York, Blair to bag a hat-trick. As Scott Kerr said a few weeks ago, someone is gonna get a thrashing!
Pigs will fly over my roof before we score five in one game. Having said that I thought Wimbledon were a very limited team last time out and I'm expecting us to win this one.
2-0 to city with the goals from Walker and Chambers. Having predicted the last two games correctly I'm looking for that hat trick.
[quote][p][bold]MUSHEMINSTERMAN[/bold] wrote: 5-0 to York, Blair to bag a hat-trick. As Scott Kerr said a few weeks ago, someone is gonna get a thrashing![/p][/quote]Pigs will fly over my roof before we score five in one game. Having said that I thought Wimbledon were a very limited team last time out and I'm expecting us to win this one. 2-0 to city with the goals from Walker and Chambers. Having predicted the last two games correctly I'm looking for that hat trick. duffy
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6:20pm Fri 9 Nov 12

Phil, Leeds says...

Budgie wrote:
0-0 Chambers misses more sitters.
Why pick on Chambers? What about all the sitters that Walker's missed - no one mentions them. Chambers is top scorer and I'd sooner have him in my team than Walker.
[quote][p][bold]Budgie[/bold] wrote: 0-0 Chambers misses more sitters.[/p][/quote]Why pick on Chambers? What about all the sitters that Walker's missed - no one mentions them. Chambers is top scorer and I'd sooner have him in my team than Walker. Phil, Leeds
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6:47pm Fri 9 Nov 12

circuitous route dorset says...

If I was Rodman I'd take one look at the support on here and go back to Aldershot which would be a poor reflection on us. Who knows what'll happen tomorrow but as a City fan I hope we win as I always do. I have been critical in the past - but after the event not before. FFS we are way above anyone dared to think this time twelve months ago - and if not for two daft late freekicks -would be better off still. We will win both Wombles ties if we show our support because we are a better team!
If I was Rodman I'd take one look at the support on here and go back to Aldershot which would be a poor reflection on us. Who knows what'll happen tomorrow but as a City fan I hope we win as I always do. I have been critical in the past - but after the event not before. FFS we are way above anyone dared to think this time twelve months ago - and if not for two daft late freekicks -would be better off still. We will win both Wombles ties if we show our support because we are a better team! circuitous route dorset
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7:52pm Fri 9 Nov 12

arsene.about.york says...

Phil, Leeds wrote:
Budgie wrote:
0-0 Chambers misses more sitters.
Why pick on Chambers? What about all the sitters that Walker's missed - no one mentions them. Chambers is top scorer and I'd sooner have him in my team than Walker.
I couldn't agree more. After last seasons semi final at Mansfield Walker would have been lucky to ever get in my team again. However, I am hopeful for tomorrow as I believe Rodman may provide a much needed physical presence up front. So I am going 3-0 to City with Rodman, Chambers and Kearns finding the net. 3,010 including 100 Wombles. COME ON CITY
[quote][p][bold]Phil, Leeds[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Budgie[/bold] wrote: 0-0 Chambers misses more sitters.[/p][/quote]Why pick on Chambers? What about all the sitters that Walker's missed - no one mentions them. Chambers is top scorer and I'd sooner have him in my team than Walker.[/p][/quote]I couldn't agree more. After last seasons semi final at Mansfield Walker would have been lucky to ever get in my team again. However, I am hopeful for tomorrow as I believe Rodman may provide a much needed physical presence up front. So I am going 3-0 to City with Rodman, Chambers and Kearns finding the net. 3,010 including 100 Wombles. COME ON CITY arsene.about.york
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12:23am Sat 10 Nov 12

GreenshawGrinder says...

The tide is about to turn, Bootham Crescent will become a fortress. The Grinder still likes to be a bit cautious, so 1-0 to city with a Jason Walker penalty. Any type of win will do! Crowd, 3013
The tide is about to turn, Bootham Crescent will become a fortress. The Grinder still likes to be a bit cautious, so 1-0 to city with a Jason Walker penalty. Any type of win will do! Crowd, 3013 GreenshawGrinder
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2:43am Sat 10 Nov 12

redbluelion says...

GreenshawGrinder wrote:
The tide is about to turn, Bootham Crescent will become a fortress. The Grinder still likes to be a bit cautious, so 1-0 to city with a Jason Walker penalty. Any type of win will do! Crowd, 3013
and then you will wake up and find out it was nothing more then a nice dream.. walker should be a bench warmer tomorrow..and should be until he learns he's meant to score goals..jamie reed should start..walkers had his chance now.
[quote][p][bold]GreenshawGrinder[/bold] wrote: The tide is about to turn, Bootham Crescent will become a fortress. The Grinder still likes to be a bit cautious, so 1-0 to city with a Jason Walker penalty. Any type of win will do! Crowd, 3013[/p][/quote]and then you will wake up and find out it was nothing more then a nice dream.. walker should be a bench warmer tomorrow..and should be until he learns he's meant to score goals..jamie reed should start..walkers had his chance now. redbluelion
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9:51am Sat 10 Nov 12

sixtyfourfive says...

arsene.about.york wrote:
Phil, Leeds wrote:
Budgie wrote:
0-0 Chambers misses more sitters.
Why pick on Chambers? What about all the sitters that Walker's missed - no one mentions them. Chambers is top scorer and I'd sooner have him in my team than Walker.
I couldn't agree more. After last seasons semi final at Mansfield Walker would have been lucky to ever get in my team again. However, I am hopeful for tomorrow as I believe Rodman may provide a much needed physical presence up front. So I am going 3-0 to City with Rodman, Chambers and Kearns finding the net. 3,010 including 100 Wombles. COME ON CITY
I assume you mean the same Walker who in that very match at Mansfield put over the sublime chipped cross that enabled Blair to score and send us to Wembley??!! Some people on this forum have short and selective memories.
[quote][p][bold]arsene.about.york[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Phil, Leeds[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Budgie[/bold] wrote: 0-0 Chambers misses more sitters.[/p][/quote]Why pick on Chambers? What about all the sitters that Walker's missed - no one mentions them. Chambers is top scorer and I'd sooner have him in my team than Walker.[/p][/quote]I couldn't agree more. After last seasons semi final at Mansfield Walker would have been lucky to ever get in my team again. However, I am hopeful for tomorrow as I believe Rodman may provide a much needed physical presence up front. So I am going 3-0 to City with Rodman, Chambers and Kearns finding the net. 3,010 including 100 Wombles. COME ON CITY[/p][/quote]I assume you mean the same Walker who in that very match at Mansfield put over the sublime chipped cross that enabled Blair to score and send us to Wembley??!! Some people on this forum have short and selective memories. sixtyfourfive
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10:21am Sat 10 Nov 12

RooBeck says...

sixtyfourfive wrote:
arsene.about.york wrote:
Phil, Leeds wrote:
Budgie wrote:
0-0 Chambers misses more sitters.
Why pick on Chambers? What about all the sitters that Walker's missed - no one mentions them. Chambers is top scorer and I'd sooner have him in my team than Walker.
I couldn't agree more. After last seasons semi final at Mansfield Walker would have been lucky to ever get in my team again. However, I am hopeful for tomorrow as I believe Rodman may provide a much needed physical presence up front. So I am going 3-0 to City with Rodman, Chambers and Kearns finding the net. 3,010 including 100 Wombles. COME ON CITY
I assume you mean the same Walker who in that very match at Mansfield put over the sublime chipped cross that enabled Blair to score and send us to Wembley??!! Some people on this forum have short and selective memories.
Good point sixtyfourfive - it was a great cross from Jason and a good pass to him from Jamal Fyfield in the build-up! Having said that, like most City fans that day during the second period of extra-time, I couldn't understand why he didn't pass to the unmarked and well placed Adriano Moke instead of trying that weak chip that was easily cleared and if we had scored, that would have finished the game off! Then, how he didn't score straight afterwards, when Moke returned the compliment he never got, when he twice missed with a one to one with the Mansfield keeper Marriott scrambling about on the ground, only he will know!! Good job it didn't cost us - they did have one good opportunity to score just after the first miss, when a free-header by Meikel from Geoghans long throw-in could quite have easily found the back of the net but thankfully, went straight at Inghy who caught comfortably! Jason,tried this sort of chipped lob over the advancing keeper in a one to one during the second-half of the Dagenham game and again got it wrong. Maybe, Jason needs to think about taking the ball round keepers when in those situations or just putting his foot through the ball!! This is probably what GM is talking about when he says we need to be more ruthless and finish teams off, esp. when presented with easy chances?! COYR.
[quote][p][bold]sixtyfourfive[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arsene.about.york[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Phil, Leeds[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Budgie[/bold] wrote: 0-0 Chambers misses more sitters.[/p][/quote]Why pick on Chambers? What about all the sitters that Walker's missed - no one mentions them. Chambers is top scorer and I'd sooner have him in my team than Walker.[/p][/quote]I couldn't agree more. After last seasons semi final at Mansfield Walker would have been lucky to ever get in my team again. However, I am hopeful for tomorrow as I believe Rodman may provide a much needed physical presence up front. So I am going 3-0 to City with Rodman, Chambers and Kearns finding the net. 3,010 including 100 Wombles. COME ON CITY[/p][/quote]I assume you mean the same Walker who in that very match at Mansfield put over the sublime chipped cross that enabled Blair to score and send us to Wembley??!! Some people on this forum have short and selective memories.[/p][/quote]Good point sixtyfourfive - it was a great cross from Jason and a good pass to him from Jamal Fyfield in the build-up! Having said that, like most City fans that day during the second period of extra-time, I couldn't understand why he didn't pass to the unmarked and well placed Adriano Moke instead of trying that weak chip that was easily cleared and if we had scored, that would have finished the game off! Then, how he didn't score straight afterwards, when Moke returned the compliment he never got, when he twice missed with a one to one with the Mansfield keeper Marriott scrambling about on the ground, only he will know!! Good job it didn't cost us - they did have one good opportunity to score just after the first miss, when a free-header by Meikel from Geoghans long throw-in could quite have easily found the back of the net but thankfully, went straight at Inghy who caught comfortably! Jason,tried this sort of chipped lob over the advancing keeper in a one to one during the second-half of the Dagenham game and again got it wrong. Maybe, Jason needs to think about taking the ball round keepers when in those situations or just putting his foot through the ball!! This is probably what GM is talking about when he says we need to be more ruthless and finish teams off, esp. when presented with easy chances?! COYR. RooBeck
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