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6 minutes ago, ELDERBEZZA said:

Honest summing up,which is very rare.Also Crawley local commentator was ok too,by all accounts!!

Struck me as a refreshing change too ,sir

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I think so.  I also note that whenever something doesn’t come off for him the back lash on here is pretty intense.  When other players make errors that doesn’t happen.  If Robinson had cleared that co

Disagree. We are a far better team with Montano playing. This season has proved that. 

Good point, it’s got quite boring that as soon as something happens with Robinson someone posts about it looking for some validation or support in their view. No one else gets the same treatment when

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1 hour ago, darren1810 said:

He's still being a tool 

Did a video last week when we won at Colchester, it was the open top bus for the Autoglass win and he did a new version

For a Vale ' legend ' the bloke is tapped 

Let me see,,,,where is this "super talented legend "playing nowadays??????Barcelona, Liverpool, Man City, Hanley Town?Answer complete!!

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2 hours ago, JRC said:

...Personally I've never been too worried about relegation this season. At some point we were going to get our better players back playing well, sneak a win and go on a run. 

Exactly!!

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1 hour ago, tommytunstall said:

Crooked and Mills have improved under the new manager, and we all know that there’s a good player in Taylor let’s hope his form returns 

Agree - credit where it's due, and all that! Crookes and Mills have come in for some stick and turned it...and opinions...around. Taylor will get back to when he was good with us, but he's had an even more confidence-sapping season than the rest! 

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A place in the play offs is still on.
You never know Maybe if Clarke had come in early January that could of been a possibility. I'm just relieved I'm no longer feeling like I did a few weeks ago
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14 minutes ago, Guitar Ray said:

A place in the play offs is still on. 👌

68 points is possible, and would be  a 11 game winning run . Never say never, but would 68 points be enough?  Newport already have 57 points and 2 games in hand. 

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1 hour ago, LancyTony said:

Agree - credit where it's due, and all that! Crookes and Mills have come in for some stick and turned it...and opinions...around. Taylor will get back to when he was good with us, but he's had an even more confidence-sapping season than the rest! 

Mills has been better, agreed. But still wouldn't keep him beyond this season by a country mile! We need far better backup in every position. And the fact that Mills has gone from 'utter dog s....' to 'okay', is not what I'm hoping we're aiming for next season. Especially if we can only have 20 players over 21, then we need there to be quality in all 20, and no free riders. I've said before, that replacing Gibbo with Mills, is like replacing a Ferrari with a unicycle with a flat tire. Now I can go as high as it being a regular bike, with air in the tires. What the two bring to the game respectively, is just worlds apart. End of, in my opinion.

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34 minutes ago, Guitar Ray said:

A place in the play offs is still on. 👌

If Clark had come in a month earlier then maybe.

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Just to bump it up, enjoyed it. Not often you say that. Good performances all round. Well deserved win. Happy. Credit to all.

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4 minutes ago, darren1810 said:

I thought that, no longer are we viewed as a soft touch and neither should we be, it's good to know that we are beginning to be seen as a team who will give you a game.......About time in my opinion, obviously there will be bumps along the road before the end of the season, but DC seems to be instilling an ethic that has been missing since Micky Adams days.

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That’s the only reason I would keep him in for now. Maybe to the untrained eye he is doing stuff that the rest can benefit from, but I don’t see it.

The two Crawley CB's couldn't handle him. He pulled out wide to take up some really great positions but the ball didn't come in quick enough to take advantage.His positional play was very good today and was always on the move to run off the shoulder of the defender. Each time the ball was played forward they didn't know how to deal with him. He backs in but tries to turn the defender as well. Neither CB knew what to do with him. He was very unlucky not get to more free kick decisions today. I thought the ref game most 50/50 to them. Theo has done that since he was restored to the side is working harder and looks fitter than the 2 months of the season.He was very unlucky not to score 2 today and just needs 1 goal before I think he will go on a scoring run. 

Its no coincidence we have looked a lot more threatening since he replaced Guthrie and I would expect Robinson stays for next season.

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1 hour ago, toyahw said:

Just to bump it up, enjoyed it. Not often you say that. Good performances all round. Well deserved win. Happy. Credit to all.

Good win

Great 3 points

Very good performance

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50 minutes ago, MBE said:

The two Crawley CB's couldn't handle him. He pulled out wide to take up some really great positions but the ball didn't come in quick enough to take advantage.His positional play was very good today and was always on the move to run off the shoulder of the defender. Each time the ball was played forward they didn't know how to deal with him. He backs in but tries to turn the defender as well. Neither CB knew what to do with him. He was very unlucky not get to more free kick decisions today. I thought the ref game most 50/50 to them. Theo has done that since he was restored to the side is working harder and looks fitter than the 2 months of the season.He was very unlucky not to score 2 today and just needs 1 goal before I think he will go on a scoring run. 

Its no coincidence we have looked a lot more threatening since he replaced Guthrie and I would expect Robinson stays for next season.

100% get your point   and you might be right. For me, Pope and Rodney stay and we get two players from Cullen  Guthrie and Robinson's wages. That's about 5k per week.

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