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Postby Ian Livesey » Tue Aug 23, 2016 8:36 pm

For those who aren't going... I'm trying to get Jue to fix up a stream for commentary for the game. Though this game, and any following midweek games, won't be broadcast by Chorley FM. They're currently trying to fix it for Saturday games to be back on the FM frequency and their website, but for the moment, and this is if Jue gets it together, go to cfcst.org/magpieslive for the commentary tomorrow. Thanks
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Re: Darlington

Postby Ed » Tue Aug 23, 2016 10:11 pm

Fylde and Salford drew tonight and went joint top with Halifax.
A draw tomorrow and Darlington go joint top. A win and they go clear.
A win for CFC and we go joint top.
A lot to play for tomorrow
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Re: Darlington

Postby Prodigal son » Wed Aug 24, 2016 11:59 pm

Played well tonight, shame we got nothing from the game. Could have been a couple of goals up before the penalty, then dominated possession for the rest of first half. Bit of slackness at the restart lead to a free header for their second, we regrouped and again more than matched them but unable to find a way through. Thought Waqas added quite a bit of a threat going forward when he was introduced for Challoner, but all round a very good performance, shame about the result. Onward now to Saturday and Monday, 2 good results needed. COYM
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Re: Darlington

Postby Ian Livesey » Thu Aug 25, 2016 1:11 am

Prodigal son wrote:Played well tonight, shame we got nothing from the game. Could have been a couple of goals up before the penalty, then dominated possession for the rest of first half. Bit of slackness at the restart lead to a free header for their second, we regrouped and again more than matched them but unable to find a way through. Thought Waqas added quite a bit of a threat going forward when he was introduced for Challoner, but all round a very good performance, shame about the result. Onward now to Saturday and Monday, 2 good results needed. COYM


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Re: Darlington

Postby Paul Brennan » Thu Aug 25, 2016 7:59 am

Prodigal son wrote:Played well tonight, shame we got nothing from the game.


Fully agree PS (and with all of the rest of your post).
According to Darlo site stats were: Shots off target 2-11 ;Shots on target 4-3 ;Corners 1-4. We certainly "should have taken something from the game"-Matt's post match comments are very accurate and it's interesting to hear of the Darlo manager's views.
All in all if a defeat can be 'positive', this was certainly one. COYM
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Re: Darlington

Postby Ian Livesey » Thu Aug 25, 2016 11:01 am

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Re: Darlington

Postby RedJag » Thu Aug 25, 2016 5:11 pm

Questions re. the goals.
Why put a tackle in like that,when Ashton is within 2 feet of the defender?
Why do we not cover the posts for corners and allow a free header to give them a goal?
Whilst I am on about goals and corners. Why do we not put a player at the back of the penalty box when we have a corner?How many corners are overhit and nothing comes of them for us.
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Re: Darlington

Postby Prodigal son » Thu Aug 25, 2016 5:34 pm

According to Matt Jansen after the match, Kieran Charnock said he slipped, hence the penalty. I think our corner routines have improved this season but agree as quite a number are hit too long and someone way back post may just be useful. The right back got in unmarked for the second goal, sloppy defending but it happens at all levels of the game. Still think we are playing well and will have a very good season.
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Re: Darlington

Postby Tempie » Thu Aug 25, 2016 7:32 pm

We could have been a couple of goals up before they scored. The problem was when we where chasing the game, we struggled! Too many straight balls and too direct. The centre back must have a sore head from constantly heading away our long punts! That's an issue with the formation. If we go too direct it means there isn't time for the wing backs to get up the pitch and influnance the play! I'd love to see a skill full wide midfielder on the bench, then If needed we could sacrifice a centre back and go 442.
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