Match report: York City 1, Barnet 2

York City 1, Barnet 2

York City man of the match Jack O’Connell gets the better of Barnet player-manager Edgar Davids

Alex Rodman can only watch the former Dutch international Edgar Davids on the ball at Bootham Crescent

Curtis Obeng can only watch the former Dutch international Edgar Davids on the ball at Bootham Crescent

York City go close against Barnet in the dying minutes through Chris Smith

Jason Walker

Matty Blair leaps to win a header

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MORE needless risk-taking in their own half means York City have now gone on their longest run without a win for eight years.

Following Saturday’s 2-1 home defeat to Barnet, the Minstermen have not tasted victory for eight matches since their 3-0 New Year’s Day triumph over Burton, representing the worst sequence of results since the club blundered to safety during their first season of Conference football back in 2005.

A 4-0 final day home win over Farnborough eventually ended that sorry nine-game spell but the current team will now try to reverse their fortunes with back-to-back trips to Oxford and Rotherham, followed by a Bootham Crescent meeting with Capital One Cup finalists Bradford City.

If they are to be successful in that quest, then the infuriating season-long habit of surrendering possession in dangerous positions of the pitch must be eradicated immediately.

Following on from Scott Kerr’s attempt to dribble out of his own 18-yard box prior to conceding an early penalty during the 4-0 defeat at Wycombe seven days earlier, Jamal Fyfield’s unnecessary throw inside to on-loan midfielder John McGrath led to an interception that secured the Bees maximum points courtesy of substitute Jake Hyde’s 73rd-minute goal.

The team’s commitment to keeping possession is admirable but more of that football needs to be played in the opposition’s half and there would have been nothing wrong with Fyfield finding somebody’s feet further up the pitch, especially as McGrath’s intention was to simply play the ball back to the struggling left-back.

In League Two, opposition teams generally close down quickly and press high up the pitch, meaning if your touch is not perfect, your passes are not hit accurately or the team’s tempo is low, then you can soon be in trouble.

City have found that to their cost on several occasions this campaign and that was the biggest reason Barnet player-boss Edgar Davids won his battle of the one-time European Cup final winners with home manager Gary Mills.

Former AC Milan and Ajax ace Davids, now 39, actually played a minor role in the victory, almost disappearing from the action during the second half.

Likewise, Chris Smith’s recall to the City team had little bearing on the result despite the growing, but woefully simplistic and, frankly, tiresome tendency to seemingly blame everything on the captain in some circles.

Mills’ defence of his 4-3-3 formation was also understandable, given its success last season and, perhaps just as significantly, the formation’s employment by the majority of teams in the division and indeed country, including Barnet.

But, if the Minstermen are to get back on the winning trail, they also need to threaten teams in the final third of the pitch more and rediscover the attacking verve that saw them score three or more goals in seven matches during the first five months of season.

David Stephens’ seventh-minute own goal from a McGrath free-kick means Mills’ team have now gone six games without netting from open play.

Earlier, former Burton captain McGrath had forced a close-range save from Graham Stack after the ex-Arsenal ’keeper had fumbled Ashley Chambers’ corner at his near post.

Chambers then displayed a lack of incision when, having been given the ball by last man Stephens, he failed to make his pace count and allowed the Barnet centre-back to make a recovery tackle.

The Minstermen forged ahead, though, when McGrath’s excellently-delivered free-kick from the right was shinned into Stack’s bottom left-hand corner by team-mate Stephens.

Matty Blair then called Stack into action at his near post after Curtis Obeng had bamboozled Davids on the touchline. At the other end, Barnet had been limited to a couple of weak headers from debutant and former Celtic striker Craig Beattie before their 26th-minute equaliser.

After Davids won a foul, former Everton midfielder John Oster delivered a left-wing free-kick to match McGrath’s in terms of quality.

Like Stephens, Rankine appeared to lose his bearings and headed towards Michael Ingham’s goal.

The City ’keeper scrambled across his line to spare the on-loan Aldershot striker’s blushes, but Andy Yiadom went on to force the ball over the line from a yard.

At 1-1, in an important game, the moans and groans also gradually became more audible from the home supporters.

On 41 minutes, Blair burst on to a long Jack O’Connell ball through the right channel but was denied a shot on goal by a perfectly-executed sliding challenge from Stephens.

Yiadom then went close with the last touch of the first half – a header from Oster’s corner.

After the break, Jon Nurse sidestepped a Dan Parslow challenge on the edge of the box before shooting narrowly past Ingham’s left-hand upright.

Obeng’s 25-yard half-volley, meanwhile, was saved low to his left by Stack before the hosts hit the self-destruct button.

A short throw by Fyfield got caught under McGrath’s feet and Oster fed the ball through to Hyde.

He then rode a challenge from a recovering McGrath before his curling 15-yard shot nestled into the City net after Ingham was only able to push it onto the inside of his right-hand post.

The Minstermen responded with a McGrath free-kick that cleared the crossbar and an off-target long-range Obeng effort.

Barnet were then reduced to nine men for the last seven minutes when, with all three of their substitutions made, a nasty clash of heads saw Bondz N’Gala being led off for stitches and Nurse stretchered off and taken to hospital.

Smith was thrown forward in stoppage time and went closest to claiming an equaliser with two headers.

His first flicked off the top of the crossbar after Ben Everson had volleyed into the ground and the second finished too high from ten yards after a cross by the former Icelandic premier division striker.
 

Match facts

York City 1 (Stephens og 7), Barnet 2 (Yiadom 25; Hyde 73)


York City

Michael Ingham 6
Unlucky with the second goal and did his best to keep out the first as well.

Dan Parslow 6
Generally solid other than the odd slip as he changed position yet again.

Chris Smith 6
Suffered from an occasional uncertain moment, but won most of his aerial battles.

Jack O’Connell 7
STAR MAN – continues to belie his teenage years with assured display at the back.

Jamal Fyfield 4
Caught daydreaming at times, tentative in the tackle and looks bereft of confidence.

Scott Kerr 6
Industrious enough, but struggled to influence the game prior to his second-half withdrawal.

John McGrath 7
Provided quality on the ball and a busy midfield presence, but partly at fault for winning goal.

Curtis Obeng 6
Showed quick feet at times and a willingness to shoot at goal.

Matty Blair 5
Struggling for quality on the ball and enduring a difficult run of form.

Michael Rankine 5
Failed to match the standards he set during his second debut for the club against Gillingham.

Ashley Chambers 5
Made few inroads from the left flank and failed to threaten Barnet goal.

Subs: Alex Rodman 5 – quiet (for Chambers, 56), Jason Walker 6 – competitive (for Rankine, 69), Ben Everson (for Kerr, 79). Subs not used: Musselwhite, Potts, McLaughlin, Allan.

Barnet 
Graham Stack, Barry Fuller, David Stephens, Chiro N’Toko (Bondz N’Gala, 81), Jordan Brown (Elliot Johnson, 46), Andy Yiadom, Mark Byrne, Edgar Davids, John Oster, Jon Nurse, Craig Beattie (Jake Hyde, 66). Subs not used: Clovis Kamdjo, Curtis Weston, Dillon Barnes, Dani Lopez.

Star man: Oster – comfortable on ball and dangerous from dead balls.

Referee: David Coote (Nottinghamshire).

Rating: 7/10 – gave little cause for complaint and generally sensible.

Booked: Stack 90.

Sent off: None.

Attendance: 3,594 (311 from Barnet).

Shots on target: City 5, Barnet 4.

Shots off target: City 4, Barnet 4.

Corners: City 12, Barnet 4.

Fouls conceded: City 12, Barnet 12.

Offsides: City 3, Barnet 1.

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11:15am Mon 18 Feb 13

openallhours says...

Edgar Davids = Class Act

Gary Mills = Sad Act
Edgar Davids = Class Act Gary Mills = Sad Act openallhours
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11:16am Mon 18 Feb 13

andyjon12 says...

Sorry to say it but I think Gary Mills has probably got to get 4 points from our next two games. Certainly, If we lose both of of these matches then the chairman really has no option than to sack him, no matter what the financial settlement implications may be.
Sorry to say it but I think Gary Mills has probably got to get 4 points from our next two games. Certainly, If we lose both of of these matches then the chairman really has no option than to sack him, no matter what the financial settlement implications may be. andyjon12
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11:28am Mon 18 Feb 13

minstermonster says...

My wife joined me at the match on saturday, and one of her observations was how quiet the York City fans are.
My point being, everybody seems to want to voice an opinion on here, and always negative, but dont find their voices at the match.
We will pull out of this current situation, I have no doubt, but, it is a collective effort. The lads need to hear positive vocal support, not negative shouts, telling them how poor they are, that does nothing for anybody.
Yes it is a difficult time, but please lets pull together, get behind the team, and the manager, and show our spirit. we worked so hard together , all last season, and shouted the team to trophy triumph, and promotion, lets do it again. In a POSITIVE way !!!
Keep The Faith
My wife joined me at the match on saturday, and one of her observations was how quiet the York City fans are. My point being, everybody seems to want to voice an opinion on here, and always negative, but dont find their voices at the match. We will pull out of this current situation, I have no doubt, but, it is a collective effort. The lads need to hear positive vocal support, not negative shouts, telling them how poor they are, that does nothing for anybody. Yes it is a difficult time, but please lets pull together, get behind the team, and the manager, and show our spirit. we worked so hard together , all last season, and shouted the team to trophy triumph, and promotion, lets do it again. In a POSITIVE way !!! Keep The Faith minstermonster
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11:30am Mon 18 Feb 13

rogue84 says...

we don't need to start getting personal or offensive with the attacks on chris smith or gary mills. some of the stuff being posted on other articles on here is a disgrace, ok they may not be hitting the heights of previous games etc but neither of these two guys WANT york city to struggle.
constructive criticism is fair enough, getting nasty is just childish.
we don't need to start getting personal or offensive with the attacks on chris smith or gary mills. some of the stuff being posted on other articles on here is a disgrace, ok they may not be hitting the heights of previous games etc but neither of these two guys WANT york city to struggle. constructive criticism is fair enough, getting nasty is just childish. rogue84
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11:47am Mon 18 Feb 13

OLD - HEAD says...

minstermonster wrote:
My wife joined me at the match on saturday, and one of her observations was how quiet the York City fans are. My point being, everybody seems to want to voice an opinion on here, and always negative, but dont find their voices at the match. We will pull out of this current situation, I have no doubt, but, it is a collective effort. The lads need to hear positive vocal support, not negative shouts, telling them how poor they are, that does nothing for anybody. Yes it is a difficult time, but please lets pull together, get behind the team, and the manager, and show our spirit. we worked so hard together , all last season, and shouted the team to trophy triumph, and promotion, lets do it again. In a POSITIVE way !!! Keep The Faith
If anyone wants to currently come along to Bootham Crescent and hear laughter and cheers - Then the club better start putting Ken Dodd on during the interval (I mean telling jokes, not being used as a substitute - Although lets not be too hasty, he might be worth a punt). Seriously I admire your vision "minstermonster".
[quote][p][bold]minstermonster[/bold] wrote: My wife joined me at the match on saturday, and one of her observations was how quiet the York City fans are. My point being, everybody seems to want to voice an opinion on here, and always negative, but dont find their voices at the match. We will pull out of this current situation, I have no doubt, but, it is a collective effort. The lads need to hear positive vocal support, not negative shouts, telling them how poor they are, that does nothing for anybody. Yes it is a difficult time, but please lets pull together, get behind the team, and the manager, and show our spirit. we worked so hard together , all last season, and shouted the team to trophy triumph, and promotion, lets do it again. In a POSITIVE way !!! Keep The Faith[/p][/quote]If anyone wants to currently come along to Bootham Crescent and hear laughter and cheers - Then the club better start putting Ken Dodd on during the interval (I mean telling jokes, not being used as a substitute - Although lets not be too hasty, he might be worth a punt). Seriously I admire your vision "minstermonster". OLD - HEAD
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11:50am Mon 18 Feb 13

referee 1 says...

last 2 comments totally agree with easy to support your club when winning then the fickle fans come out thats the difference between genuine support and part time, hey nobodys saying that performance on saturday and recently was good but lets stop criticising and be more vocal at games than moaning soon has we concede ,i have to say the boos on saturday were a disgrace for a football fan to boo his or her team is out of order and if thats your attitude go and grow up your a city fan through the bad and the good we need your support not defeatest attitude
last 2 comments totally agree with easy to support your club when winning then the fickle fans come out thats the difference between genuine support and part time, hey nobodys saying that performance on saturday and recently was good but lets stop criticising and be more vocal at games than moaning soon has we concede ,i have to say the boos on saturday were a disgrace for a football fan to boo his or her team is out of order and if thats your attitude go and grow up your a city fan through the bad and the good we need your support not defeatest attitude referee 1
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12:09pm Mon 18 Feb 13

minstermonster says...

rogue84 wrote:
we don't need to start getting personal or offensive with the attacks on chris smith or gary mills. some of the stuff being posted on other articles on here is a disgrace, ok they may not be hitting the heights of previous games etc but neither of these two guys WANT york city to struggle.
constructive criticism is fair enough, getting nasty is just childish.
At last somebody talking sense !!
[quote][p][bold]rogue84[/bold] wrote: we don't need to start getting personal or offensive with the attacks on chris smith or gary mills. some of the stuff being posted on other articles on here is a disgrace, ok they may not be hitting the heights of previous games etc but neither of these two guys WANT york city to struggle. constructive criticism is fair enough, getting nasty is just childish.[/p][/quote]At last somebody talking sense !! minstermonster
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12:22pm Mon 18 Feb 13

whaticeberg says...

Lets get behind the manager???
What a load of tosh,we got behind him by not criticisng his arrogant style and i know best attitude to prove those of us who have doubts wrong. He is paid to build a team and achieve results.
What we have now is combination of dodgy signings ,dwarfs and a distinct lack of cohesive strategy from the three stooges. Draw your own conclusions.
Lets get behind the manager??? What a load of tosh,we got behind him by not criticisng his arrogant style and i know best attitude to prove those of us who have doubts wrong. He is paid to build a team and achieve results. What we have now is combination of dodgy signings ,dwarfs and a distinct lack of cohesive strategy from the three stooges. Draw your own conclusions. whaticeberg
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12:27pm Mon 18 Feb 13

redbluelion says...

SEE ALL THE HAPPY CLAPPERS ARE BACK ON HERE..
YOU LOT THINK THE SUN SHINES OUT OF MILLLS ****...
ARE YOU THE SAME IDIOTS WHO STOOD AND CLAPPPED THE TEAM OFF LAST TIME WE WENT DOWN..
SEE ALL THE HAPPY CLAPPERS ARE BACK ON HERE.. YOU LOT THINK THE SUN SHINES OUT OF MILLLS ****... ARE YOU THE SAME IDIOTS WHO STOOD AND CLAPPPED THE TEAM OFF LAST TIME WE WENT DOWN.. redbluelion
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12:45pm Mon 18 Feb 13

duffy says...

Dave Flett having a bit of a go at the comments on here in that. Can't remember seeing that happen before.
Dave Flett having a bit of a go at the comments on here in that. Can't remember seeing that happen before. duffy
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1:26pm Mon 18 Feb 13

SamYCFC says...

why does smith go straight back into a team that had a clean sheet the previous game?

I speak for all city fans when I say hes crap. I dont get why flett and Mills have such a love in with him.
why does smith go straight back into a team that had a clean sheet the previous game? I speak for all city fans when I say hes crap. I dont get why flett and Mills have such a love in with him. SamYCFC
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1:41pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Egonseth says...

SamYCFC wrote:
why does smith go straight back into a team that had a clean sheet the previous game?

I speak for all city fans when I say hes crap. I dont get why flett and Mills have such a love in with him.
This.
[quote][p][bold]SamYCFC[/bold] wrote: why does smith go straight back into a team that had a clean sheet the previous game? I speak for all city fans when I say hes crap. I dont get why flett and Mills have such a love in with him.[/p][/quote]This. Egonseth
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1:43pm Mon 18 Feb 13

YoRkIe59 says...

i imagine for some people it may be a bit tiresome mr Flett the home supporters being blamed or everything rather than the managers refusal the change anything or not scoring enough goals,which is whats putting pressure on the back four to keep a clean sheet,you are always going to get errors at the back but its compounded when you dont score a goal in open play for six games.
i imagine for some people it may be a bit tiresome mr Flett the home supporters being blamed or everything rather than the managers refusal the change anything or not scoring enough goals,which is whats putting pressure on the back four to keep a clean sheet,you are always going to get errors at the back but its compounded when you dont score a goal in open play for six games. YoRkIe59
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3:33pm Mon 18 Feb 13

old_school_minsterman says...

SamYCFC wrote:
why does smith go straight back into a team that had a clean sheet the previous game? I speak for all city fans when I say hes crap. I dont get why flett and Mills have such a love in with him.
How can you speak for all City fans Sammy?! Some will agree but some won't!

It's like me saying I speak for all City fans when I say Chambers only has 1 good game in 7 and gives the ball away far too easily! Some will agree, some won't!
[quote][p][bold]SamYCFC[/bold] wrote: why does smith go straight back into a team that had a clean sheet the previous game? I speak for all city fans when I say hes crap. I dont get why flett and Mills have such a love in with him.[/p][/quote]How can you speak for all City fans Sammy?! Some will agree but some won't! It's like me saying I speak for all City fans when I say Chambers only has 1 good game in 7 and gives the ball away far too easily! Some will agree, some won't! old_school_minsterman
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4:40pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Phil, Leeds says...

minstermonster wrote:
My wife joined me at the match on saturday, and one of her observations was how quiet the York City fans are.
My point being, everybody seems to want to voice an opinion on here, and always negative, but dont find their voices at the match.
We will pull out of this current situation, I have no doubt, but, it is a collective effort. The lads need to hear positive vocal support, not negative shouts, telling them how poor they are, that does nothing for anybody.
Yes it is a difficult time, but please lets pull together, get behind the team, and the manager, and show our spirit. we worked so hard together , all last season, and shouted the team to trophy triumph, and promotion, lets do it again. In a POSITIVE way !!!
Keep The Faith
The point is that the supporters have been right behind the team throughout the season despite seeing only 4 wins from 19 games. There seems to be a tendency from some quarters to blame the poor home form on the fans because the players don't like being shouted at. Well, for the vast majority of the season there hasn't been booing or abuse (you'll always get the odd person shouting isolated abuse) and the fans have been very patient and supportive. If the players put in a proper shift the fans will recognise this and get right behind them. But we rightly expect 100% effort from them all. My experience of knowing pro footballers (2 ex-pro's are friends of mine) is that they don't need treating like delicate flowers and a bit of shouting ain't going to affect them!
[quote][p][bold]minstermonster[/bold] wrote: My wife joined me at the match on saturday, and one of her observations was how quiet the York City fans are. My point being, everybody seems to want to voice an opinion on here, and always negative, but dont find their voices at the match. We will pull out of this current situation, I have no doubt, but, it is a collective effort. The lads need to hear positive vocal support, not negative shouts, telling them how poor they are, that does nothing for anybody. Yes it is a difficult time, but please lets pull together, get behind the team, and the manager, and show our spirit. we worked so hard together , all last season, and shouted the team to trophy triumph, and promotion, lets do it again. In a POSITIVE way !!! Keep The Faith[/p][/quote]The point is that the supporters have been right behind the team throughout the season despite seeing only 4 wins from 19 games. There seems to be a tendency from some quarters to blame the poor home form on the fans because the players don't like being shouted at. Well, for the vast majority of the season there hasn't been booing or abuse (you'll always get the odd person shouting isolated abuse) and the fans have been very patient and supportive. If the players put in a proper shift the fans will recognise this and get right behind them. But we rightly expect 100% effort from them all. My experience of knowing pro footballers (2 ex-pro's are friends of mine) is that they don't need treating like delicate flowers and a bit of shouting ain't going to affect them! Phil, Leeds
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6:49pm Mon 18 Feb 13

openallhours says...

old_school_minsterma
n
wrote:
SamYCFC wrote:
why does smith go straight back into a team that had a clean sheet the previous game? I speak for all city fans when I say hes crap. I dont get why flett and Mills have such a love in with him.
How can you speak for all City fans Sammy?! Some will agree but some won't!

It's like me saying I speak for all City fans when I say Chambers only has 1 good game in 7 and gives the ball away far too easily! Some will agree, some won't!
Totally agree about Chambers. We counted that he gave the ball away about 15 times on Saturday (that's not good enough at any level)!
[quote][p][bold]old_school_minsterma n[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SamYCFC[/bold] wrote: why does smith go straight back into a team that had a clean sheet the previous game? I speak for all city fans when I say hes crap. I dont get why flett and Mills have such a love in with him.[/p][/quote]How can you speak for all City fans Sammy?! Some will agree but some won't! It's like me saying I speak for all City fans when I say Chambers only has 1 good game in 7 and gives the ball away far too easily! Some will agree, some won't![/p][/quote]Totally agree about Chambers. We counted that he gave the ball away about 15 times on Saturday (that's not good enough at any level)! openallhours
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6:53pm Mon 18 Feb 13

ian923 says...

Agree totally with Rogue84. Sensible comment unlike most of the others.
Agree totally with Rogue84. Sensible comment unlike most of the others. ian923
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7:35pm Mon 18 Feb 13

long distance depressive says...

old_school_minsterma
n
wrote:
SamYCFC wrote:
why does smith go straight back into a team that had a clean sheet the previous game? I speak for all city fans when I say hes crap. I dont get why flett and Mills have such a love in with him.
How can you speak for all City fans Sammy?! Some will agree but some won't!

It's like me saying I speak for all City fans when I say Chambers only has 1 good game in 7 and gives the ball away far too easily! Some will agree, some won't!
Well I don't agree actually! it's more like 1 game in every 5).
[quote][p][bold]old_school_minsterma n[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SamYCFC[/bold] wrote: why does smith go straight back into a team that had a clean sheet the previous game? I speak for all city fans when I say hes crap. I dont get why flett and Mills have such a love in with him.[/p][/quote]How can you speak for all City fans Sammy?! Some will agree but some won't! It's like me saying I speak for all City fans when I say Chambers only has 1 good game in 7 and gives the ball away far too easily! Some will agree, some won't![/p][/quote]Well I don't agree actually! it's more like 1 game in every 5). long distance depressive
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7:53pm Mon 18 Feb 13

YCFC am byth says...

referee 1 wrote:
last 2 comments totally agree with easy to support your club when winning then the fickle fans come out thats the difference between genuine support and part time, hey nobodys saying that performance on saturday and recently was good but lets stop criticising and be more vocal at games than moaning soon has we concede ,i have to say the boos on saturday were a disgrace for a football fan to boo his or her team is out of order and if thats your attitude go and grow up your a city fan through the bad and the good we need your support not defeatest attitude
two voices from the real world! when times are tough we need to support harder and be the 11th man. WE can make the difference.
[quote][p][bold]referee 1[/bold] wrote: last 2 comments totally agree with easy to support your club when winning then the fickle fans come out thats the difference between genuine support and part time, hey nobodys saying that performance on saturday and recently was good but lets stop criticising and be more vocal at games than moaning soon has we concede ,i have to say the boos on saturday were a disgrace for a football fan to boo his or her team is out of order and if thats your attitude go and grow up your a city fan through the bad and the good we need your support not defeatest attitude[/p][/quote]two voices from the real world! when times are tough we need to support harder and be the 11th man. WE can make the difference. YCFC am byth
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7:57pm Mon 18 Feb 13

YCFC am byth says...

duffy wrote:
Dave Flett having a bit of a go at the comments on here in that. Can't remember seeing that happen before.
And quite right Mr Flett - a 1st for the press! Support the team and create a positive Cresent - our performances and luck will change! I'll be at Oxford on Saturday singing and not moaning!
[quote][p][bold]duffy[/bold] wrote: Dave Flett having a bit of a go at the comments on here in that. Can't remember seeing that happen before.[/p][/quote]And quite right Mr Flett - a 1st for the press! Support the team and create a positive Cresent - our performances and luck will change! I'll be at Oxford on Saturday singing and not moaning! YCFC am byth
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