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Lomas thrilled to earn first win in front of Millwall chairman

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STEVE Lomas admitted he was delighted to pick up his first Championship win as Millwall manager in front of watching chairman John Berylson.

Lomas held talks with Berylson and the Lions' board just hours before an emphatic 3-1 win over Blackpool at The Den – a result which moved Millwall out of the relegation zone.

And Lomas was thrilled that Boston-based Berylson was there to see it.

He said: "It was great for the chairman because obviously he took some criticism when he appointed me and the longer it goes on without a win, the pressure builds on him so I'm delighted.

"I am delighted for Andy Ambler as well. They are good people who have got Millwall's best interests at heart."

Lomas gave little away when asked what was discussed at Tuesday's meeting.

"We just spoke about a few things different things – nothing untoward," he said. "I have a very good relationship with the chairman – he's a very affable guy who has this club at heart. He  wants it to do well and has pumped a lot of money in.

"This is a transitional period for the club – new manager, new staff and new players – so it was always going to take time, although we'd hoped to hit ground running."

Liam Trotter's penalty and two emphatic finishes from Nicky Bailey and Steve Morison sealed the win over the league leaders, who had taken an early lead through Tom Ince.

Lomas said: "The players could have been forgiven for thinking it was not going to be their night, but they stuck at it.

"The crowd were fantastic. They really stuck with the team because they could see the commitment, the effort and the application to try and play football in the right way.It was a little bit nervy at times in the first half but that is probably to be expected.

"A win was no more than we deserved. The difference tonight is we took our chances – and probably harder chances than the ones we have missed.

"You can apologise all you want after a poor result [against Derby], but talk is cheap. That is how you apologise – on the pitch. The lads were hurting and you could see it. They weren't going to give this game up.

"Wins breed confidence and we have to back it up on Saturday against Charlton. Back-to-back wins would be lovely but we know that it is going to be very, very tough."

Alex Aldridge

(@accordingtoaldo)

64 thoughts on “Lomas thrilled to earn first win in front of Millwall chairman

  • September 17, 2013 at 23:10
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    Please now stop looking to bring in anyone else. There's enough quality in the squad and as we saw tonight, if you drop players who don't do the business their replacements will.
    If you learnt anything tonight it's that this team can win at Charlton, so please play it.
    Well done for tonight.

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    • September 17, 2013 at 23:19
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      @NICKOLA: agree with that nik.

      There is enough quality there already.

      Great performance tonight.

      Fantastic efforts from bailey, waghorn, McDonald, Robinson, Malone, abdou, woolford and Dunne.

      Morison looked good when he came on as did chaplow and martin as well.

      Beevers had a good game except for the header of course.

      Forde looked nervy but came good in the end.

      Good pen from trotter who still looked as though the game passed him by somewhat though.

      In all though we totally outplayed them in most areas. Very impressive.

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      • September 18, 2013 at 16:58
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        @bonnie1272: For me, the thing about last night was A-The result but B-The strength coming off the bench! To be able to bring players on of the calibre of Chaplow, Morison and Martin is an absolute luxury from years past. They came on and made a difference. I know not to get too carried away as they will all have shockers at some point this season but I was proud of all of them last night and dare I say it.....Pleased for Steve Lomas. Ha!

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    • September 18, 2013 at 17:40
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      hello lion fans I think jimmy abdou is the best

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  • September 17, 2013 at 23:22
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    Waghorn deserves to start on Saturday, never stopped running, pleased with the teams performance. I think Malone was decent too. Bailey gave 110% and abdou was his usual pesky self. Proper captain today. Well pleased

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    • September 18, 2013 at 02:25
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      Well said son

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  • September 17, 2013 at 23:27
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    A stronger midfield than last Saturday with Trotter and Waghorn in the side from the start. If only tonights side could have played Saturday it may have been a different story.

    Nevertheless from now on there is only one direction to go and that is upwards. Congratulations on your first win SL may there be many more.

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  • September 17, 2013 at 23:30
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    Well what happened there.... The fans got behind the team and it was a different performance! Great result! A massive step in the right direction!! Well played lads

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    • September 17, 2013 at 23:37
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      @TheBermondseyBomber: that's probably because it was the usual 9000 of us. And let's face it we've seen worse teams!

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  • September 17, 2013 at 23:37
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    Excellent result tonight, after another sloppy goal conceded. Great spirit! Would like to see wags morro and McDonald playing at the same time.... With trotter bailey and jimmy behind them.....

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  • September 17, 2013 at 23:38
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    lomas must now know his spine of this club is , robbo , abdou , trotter , and rest as we say all full into place , must keep that back four together , and give them a run , well done

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    • September 17, 2013 at 23:42
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      .....and hopefully make Shittu do a 20 mile run everyday.
      By the end of the week, he should be in Birmingham.

      @munson68:

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      • September 17, 2013 at 23:46
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        @NICKOLA: yes does anyone know why he was not on the bench did he throw a strop , i would think he would be ahead of osbourne

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        • September 17, 2013 at 23:49
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          We'll probably never know but we didn't miss him and Osborne must have impressed in training.

          @munson68:

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        • September 18, 2013 at 14:52
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          @munson68: There wasnt enough room on the bench to fit Shittu, Kevin Pressman and the 'fitness' coach!!

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  • September 17, 2013 at 23:41
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    Only 1 win
    The difference tonight was the wotk we did without the ball was outstanding..waghorne
    Mcdonald never stopped runnig..Jimmy broke the play up and the pressed the life out of Blackpool. .ince was going mad on the touchline. .more of the same please

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    • September 18, 2013 at 00:05
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      @ozeyn117: thought Woolford also didn't stop running til he limped off. He gives the side balance and him and Malone worked well together.

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      • September 18, 2013 at 08:08
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        @Adsy77777: for the first time we also saw Woolford trying to take players on and beating them with a drop of his shoulder. A proper wingers performance and his corners were a threat all night.

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    • September 18, 2013 at 11:53
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      @ozeyn117: The difference was the fans - stayed behind the team all game and it showed... players responded with a solid win - just 1 win but a huge step in the right direction!

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  • September 17, 2013 at 23:45
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    Great result lads well done. If thats what it's like when the chairmans here, lock him in the bog 'til the end of the season

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  • September 17, 2013 at 23:52
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    WELL DONE Millwall, you have made me smile for the first time in 6 months!

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  • September 17, 2013 at 23:54
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    i know this boosts lomas's chances of keeping his job but i am well happy can't help it. i couldn't make the game but from what i have heard it was a proper millwall performance with everyone digging in and running their socks off plus providing quality with it well done to all concerned! and a massive amount of credit goes to bailey well done for coming out and saying you were s*** saturday and it was ya worst performance in a millwall shirt we all respect that honesty and character not to mention the way you answered it with a good performance and from what i hear a blinding goal that is the sort of millwall players we need at the club good to see robbo where he clearly belongs plus dunne and abdou hats off i have been critical of you two but you are the back bone regardless of skill level ! but i will say shittu , feeney and keogh if the rumors are true you better f*** right off not only have you let the fans down you even worse let the team down. better find a new shirt to wear if like i say rumors are true, not acceptable by any means lads shape the f*** up grow up and be men you're not 15 anymore!!!

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      • September 18, 2013 at 00:46
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        @Adsy77777: they all drove off from the den tonight coz they weren't selected lol f****** babies

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        • September 18, 2013 at 08:29
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          @steveomfc5: Mate the rumours regarding Shittu and Keogh are untrue, I sit in Block 41 and Shittu and Keogh where sitting in the box behind me, Shittu celebrated all 3 goals, Keogh was popping in and out, I didnt see Feeney anywhere though.

          All in all great performance at least our fans didnt get on the backs when going a goal behind, we seemed to push them on.

          2 great finishes by Bailey and Moro I hope this will take us on a good run now.

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          • September 18, 2013 at 09:29
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            Good to put those rumours to bed, especially if the players themselves behaved appropriately.@Dannyboy10:

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          • September 18, 2013 at 11:57
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            @Dannyboy10: Nice to hear mate - don't need those rumours going about!! Doesn't sound like something Feeney, Keogh or Sh1ttu would do....

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          • September 18, 2013 at 16:55
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            @Dannyboy10: yes thank f*** i was made aware of this , this morning stupid p***** starting rumors

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    • September 18, 2013 at 13:56
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      @steveomfc5: Danny Shittu is Millwall through and through and a good sportsman, he deserves more respect for what he has contributed in the past ansd will do in the future. I am sure all Millwall's players are delighted by last nights result. Personally i would like to see Feeney back soon. He always works his socks off like Jimmy. It was great to open the newspapers and see the headlines about Millwall. The positive spirit of the team must filter its way through to us supporters.

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  • September 17, 2013 at 23:55
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    Well done Lomas. Team showed heart tonight. We need to all understand, that it's going to take time to progress. Lomas is trying to form a new mentality in the squad, which is to keep the ball more. This is why, we have started so badly, as players are making lots of mistakes- particularly defence as they are not used to it. You will see as time goes on, players will be moving better off the ball, to give easier passes and we will start to be a footballing side. Its easy when things are not going well, for players to just hoof the ball. Every game video should be watched over and over again, and you will see the same players constantly giving the ball away. (the defence being the main culprits) It will take time, but we must become more intelligent as a club. That means fans too. If you wanna fight- do it down the road, not to opponents managers. I'm very optimistic for the club, Jackett was a nice guy, but he didn't educate the 'dumber' players to give the simple pass or give a better angle to receive the ball. Thats real football- Lomas knows real football. You must give him another 2 months at least for any visual progress on the pitch to show. Love Football love Millwall.

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  • September 18, 2013 at 00:32
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    just got home . still got a grin on my face Almost got our MILLWALL back . ........
    ROBBO....DUNNIE .......& JIMMIE ...... Watch & learn lomas that is what MILLWALL is about
    Now bring on the anoraks ......I still hope J B can see its the REAL MILLWALL who got that result tonight & FUC3S YOU OFF AS FAR AWAY FROM OUR CLUB AS POSSABLE .
    onwards & upwards ......C O Y L .

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  • September 18, 2013 at 00:49
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    Not one to stand on ceremony or mince my words, thank you Mr Lomas. You have taken a step in the right direction but my commitment to you leaved a lot to be desired still.

    Even so. Cheers.

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  • September 18, 2013 at 03:01
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    What a weird feeling winning is, I drove down today thinking the worst, I actually saw a proper wall performance.

    Everyone of the 14 players today battled, I can't help but think that having core Wall players like Forde, robbo, dunney, Abdou and even trotter playing made a difference. But saying all that we actually took some of our chances, a lot of credit has to go to trotter as they delayed the taking of the Pen for ages and then when he started his run up his shirt was pulled (don't think I've ever seen that) to have the composure to tuck it in into the corner spoke volumes. Bailey and Moro finishes were high quality.

    I have to applaud SL for his subs as Moro coming on changed the game, I wasn't happy at the time as I thought McD had an excellent game but Moro put himself about, won the corner which led to the 2nd and then took his chance superbly.

    On the other hand I hope SL actually takes note that if you play players in their correct positions they seem to know what they are doing. Chaplow = CM, Woolford = LM.

    I have to end by giving a special mention to the wife as she actually turned up for the first time in over a year so obviously according to her she is the reason we won.

    COYL

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  • September 18, 2013 at 06:45
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    Well done, SL & the team for the commitment shown last night. The return of Del boy & Moro made a massive difference plus Waghorn looks a good loanee & let's go on from here. I think the penny is finally dropping with SL as to our 1st 11 & we don't need further players coming in cos we've got enough quality in the squad to get right away from the relegation area.

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  • September 18, 2013 at 06:46
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    Take a bow lomas, then do the right thing because I'm not fooled by one win against a team that didn't turn up. If I'm wrong I will hold my hands up what ever happens happens. use last nights team and build from there and show our many fring players if your in a winning side you will stay in the starting eleven

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    • September 18, 2013 at 08:14
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      @mfcmike: when the final whistle blew SL went to the tunnel then seemed unsure if he should come out toclap the fans but eventually headed down the tunnel. After tonights performance he would have deserved a round of applause so I hope he gets another chance soon, maybe after we beat the anoraks.

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      • September 18, 2013 at 08:15
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        @glyngo: poor sod probably felt he would be criticised for claiming some credit, which IMO he fully deserved.

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  • September 18, 2013 at 07:37
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    keeping 11 players on the pitch until the end helped i'm sure. wasn't there but just seen moro's goal on sky sports. excellent goal, doing what he does best running down the channels. he's not a target man. hope SL learns from this.

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  • September 18, 2013 at 08:01
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    Finally a performance that we can be proud of. I can't help but think (and sorry Old Les I know this'll drive you mental) that we the fans played a part last night. Even at a goal down we didn't get on the player's backs, we were supportive and sang for what felt like the first time in months.

    I think SL must have been looking on here to see what formations you guys thought were best, as he went completely against his usual choices and put some of our old faithfuls back on the pitch last night and they did the business. Jimmy Abdou had, what I think was, his best game in 2 seasons, not only running himself ragged but winning the ball in the air - when did he last do that?

    The whole team last night grafted, it wasn't always pretty or technical but the boys looked determined to win - something we haven't seen in a very long time. Whether that was down to SL managing to motivate, Robbo being back in the team or them all realising how fundamental last night's game was we'll never know.

    Fingers crossed it wasn't a flash in the pan, that SL manages to pick the right squad for the anoraks at the weekend, that the boys put in the same amount of effort that they did last night and that we stick behind the team.

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  • September 18, 2013 at 08:30
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    Jimmy Abdou an apology, i have recently posted on here that i thought your best days was behind you. After last night,i have to admit .I was wrong fantastic game jimmy , well done. NOW LETS GO AND DO THE ANORAKS! COYL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • September 18, 2013 at 08:47
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    I think SL must read this site – he picked the same team as me! ha ha
    (https://www.newsatden.co.uk/26280-derby-performance-my-worst-in-a-millwall-shirt-says-bailey.html#comment-17998)
    The only difference being I had Henry and he went for Bailey; which was a good choice in hindsight. He had a good game and something to prove. Quality finish for the goal.

    I thought Morrow’s introduction was perfect timing. The big centre backs were bullying McD and Waghorn and Morrow sorted them out. We instantly looked better with him of the pitch as it gave us options.

    Hands up who thought it was curtains when we hit the post and the damn thing wouldn’t go in?

    Massive positives from last night –
    • Came back from a goal behind.
    • Scored three goals – one from a set piece, one from open play.
    • A striker scored.
    • The only sniff at goal they got was a defensive error (ok – not great but there wasn’t many errors for a change).
    • A win at home!
    • Going to the Trainspotter’s full of confidence.

    Surely SL needs to stick with a winning team?

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    • September 18, 2013 at 09:44
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      @SE12Lion: Not the same team then. I got the result right, I said 4-1 will the bookies pay out?

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  • September 18, 2013 at 08:49
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    after that result were definiteny getting promoted an heading for the premiership... now we gotta put 5 past charlton to top the week off come you lionssssss haha

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  • September 18, 2013 at 09:26
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    Over the moon with the result and performance. Did not expect that when we went 1 nil down. I will be happy for you to prove me wrong Lomas. So many positives from last night. P.S. Please build your team around Trotter.
    COYL.

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  • September 18, 2013 at 10:30
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    The planets must have finally aligned as that was a top top Millwall performance!!! Was full of hope but after Saturday have to admit was starting to feel optimism was misplaced... However as soon as I heard the starting line up had a good feeling, first line up so far that has had balance and sounded right to me?! And all credit to the lads they finally stepped up.

    For me the key players were ROBINSON (hardly put a foot wrong, organised the defence and continuously dropped into space and happy to offer midfield an option to keep possession), ABDOU (was disciplined, double busy and can not recall one misplaced pass), WAGHORN ( Led from the front, run tirelessly and actually kept the ball... Watch and learn Keogh).

    in all honestly were strong performers throughout the team and after half hour it seemed the penny dropped that we are just as good or better than teams we will come up against this season, because suddendly we were playing quick passes to willing runners and players actually looked like they wanted the ball... However we still need to address these soft goals keep conceding as the opener was so soft, was a weak clearance from Beevers and should have been easily avoided and we won't always get away with it!!! However fair play to the majority of the crowd who got behind the team, the encouragement made a huge difference and could see the lads appreciated it with their full time celebrations...

    It's all about the anoraks on Saturday now. LOMAS for once you need to show some trust, stick with the same team and hopefully the faith will be rewarded.... COYL

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    • September 18, 2013 at 10:33
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      Forgot to mention Malone, boy had an excellent game and IMO should have been given the nod weeks ago!!!

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  • September 18, 2013 at 11:37
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    One thing that pleases me is how strong our left flank now is, in times gone by we have had all the running and creativity coming from our right side in the form of Adam Smith (Last season), and traditionally Henry/Feeney along with a right footed front man. Now we have on our left Malone who links up very well with Woolford/Martin and a non stop running left footed front man in Waghorn.

    It is now our right flank that needs to find their confidence and form back and with the likes of Robinson and Trotter in the spine of the team we have really got the makings of a fantastic solid and more importantly balanced squad.

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    • September 19, 2013 at 06:52
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      @Bexley_Lion: I agree about the left, Woolford is proving to be a left midfielder that can do a wingers job and Malone showed what a modern full back needs to be able to do, get forward and beyond the midfield if necessary. Alan Dunne played superbly, maybe not quite the se attacking threat but you wouldn't want both flanks going all out attack, that would be identified as a weakness in this division. The balance of the team finally looks good and we still have quality players in the wings waiting to find form.

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  • September 18, 2013 at 11:48
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    What a game football is? Two days ago we thought we were doomed, now the future looks bright. As fans we should also try to keep things in perspective.
    I always thought that we were very unlucky in some of the games we played (Yeovil, Huddersfield, Brighton, Forest for the cup) where we could have easily won with a little bit of fortune. Yesterday we got that bit of luck that is enough to win you a game - the penalty right before half-time was a game changer. Hopefully this will be the turning point for us. COYL!

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  • September 18, 2013 at 12:38
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    Feel like a donut for staying at home now! Thank f*ck Lomas saw sense and had Trotter starting. Him and Waghorn were the only players who actually showed up on saturday. Hope SL will stick with this line up for a few games now. Changing the team wholesale after every game has hardly been beneficial up to now.

    SL and the players have shown us they CAN do it, now it's up to us to have a bit more patience, get behind the team a bit more, and make the Den somewhere that OTHER teams fear to come, rather than our own players.

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  • September 18, 2013 at 12:55
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    And we always beat Carlton..

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  • September 18, 2013 at 16:25
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    Important to keep the same team if possible and feed others in and out as required. I think all of us who have posted on this website should get a share of SL's wages as we have been picking the team for him for ages now. Are you watching SL??

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    • September 18, 2013 at 16:59
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      @Profiler4: Good shout,same team depends on injuries of course as you say feed others in get the core of several players right, which he seemed to last night, tinker and rotate others during the game if need be, when Moro & Mcd came into the club I thought this would be where the 30 goals plus would come from but they have not played together yet now Waghorn has come in who looks a legend in the making SL will have to rotate the three during a game because has been mentioned in other posts Woolford gives balance to the side so should keep same midfield, maybe Bailey has not liked playing along side Derry because he bossed the M last night which is what we hoped for from him

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      • September 18, 2013 at 17:27
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        @Weller:

        bailey was sh*t on saturday - by his own admission. He and Derry seemed to be arguing for half the game. Much better to see him and Trotter.

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        • September 18, 2013 at 18:03
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          @tomahawk: Agree Tom, could be the end for Derry not too fussed if he goes back though

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  • September 18, 2013 at 18:52
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    One swallow does not a summer make. Great result, great performance but still lots of work to do to get us out of trouble. We have dropped 16 points already. I have the feeling that last season and this season are going to be very similar in the Championship in that teams just outside the play off positions are going to be looking over their shoulders still in March. It's already bunching up in the bottom half. Even if we win on Saturday it would only take a couple of bad results to drag us back near the bottom. Therein lies our problem from such a poor start, we need to put some solid sets of results together on a regular basis and probably can't afford another run of five or six without a win. All that said, when you look at what we brought off the bench last night, we should be able to steer our way out of trouble comfortably, no more second chances Mr Lomas. COYL

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    • September 18, 2013 at 19:41
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      I've finally managed to remove the person who has been impersonating me for the last 2 weeks.
      So, as I told you all, Lomas will be a great manager for us, there's nothing wrong with the full backs and everything will be great.
      I'm now searching google maps to get the best routes for next year's Premiership away games....

      @lion.ie:

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      • September 19, 2013 at 08:10
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        @NICKOLA: Good to see you've got your proper self back. It has been obvious to all of us that someone had taken your place and was posting things that were alien to your beliefs. I suspect you have not been alone in this!!!

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  • September 18, 2013 at 21:23
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    Does anyone else think that the picture on this link looks like Lomas could be taking a troublesome s*** or he's just realised that the home dressing room is out of bog roll!

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    • September 18, 2013 at 21:29
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      Dunno but that looks like a bog brush on his head though.

      @kempo_123:

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  • September 19, 2013 at 06:56
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    Just an observation, but it was clearly noticeable that the team were adopting different formations when we did or did not have possession. When defending either MacD or Waghorn dropped back to the right side of MF to block the oppo playing in the middle of the park. How many times did Blackpool start building then turn around and end up passing back to the keeper? That shows that the team were well drilled and disciplined and the right tactics were being employed.

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