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Re: Newcastle v QPR 2-2 FT

Postby northwesthoop » Wed Feb 01, 2017 11:15 pm

We definitely deserved a draw. We are only 3 points off the top half as it is so tight between everybody.

Not much left to play for in the remaining games but gives Holloway a chance to keep improving morale and keep instilling the team ethic he wants
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Re: Newcastle v QPR 2-2 FT

Postby kingfisher » Wed Feb 01, 2017 11:38 pm

northwesthoop wrote:We definitely deserved a draw. We are only 3 points off the top half as it is so tight between everybody.

Not much left to play for in the remaining games but gives Holloway a chance to keep improving morale and keep instilling the team ethic he wants

True, although Ollie has quandary now - if he plays Smith up front with Washington & Mackie on either side then what happens to Lualua or (more importantly) Wzsolek? We do not have 3 x CBs to free up our WBs, so am puzzled as to how the team selection will pan out...
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Re: Newcastle v QPR 2-2 FT

Postby northwesthoop » Wed Feb 01, 2017 11:49 pm

kingfisher wrote:
northwesthoop wrote:We definitely deserved a draw. We are only 3 points off the top half as it is so tight between everybody.

Not much left to play for in the remaining games but gives Holloway a chance to keep improving morale and keep instilling the team ethic he wants

True, although Ollie has quandary now - if he plays Smith up front with Washington & Mackie on either side then what happens to Lualua or (more importantly) Wzsolek? We do not have 3 x CBs to free up our WBs, so am puzzled as to how the team selection will pan out...


Agreed Smith and Washington doesn't fit Mackie in. Then if we do accommodate Mackie and Wszolek out wide where does Morrison fit in?

Also Goss seems like he plays central spraying the ball about but he doesn't look like he can do the role that Hall and Perch have been where they become the central defender.
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Re: Newcastle v QPR 2-2 FT

Postby pamment8 » Wed Feb 01, 2017 11:54 pm

That's a great advantage for OLLIE he can determine who plays by who we are playing as all managers do.
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