FA Cup v Ossett Albion

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FA Cup v Ossett Albion

Post by Nigelbarlow22 on Sun 13 Sep 2015, 11:27

Nail biting stuff but we hing on to go into the hat on Monday.

Impressed by new signing Brandon Zibaka particularly his ability to hold the ball up and he created our equaliser.

Hats off again to Steve Hall who just can't stop scoring, he was off the pace in the first half and it showed in our pre half time performance and thought that Dan Parkinson's introduction also changed the game.

Now the negatives, defensive lapses could easily have handed them the game if they had taken their chances and who was supposed to be marking their number six who had a free heading to give them the lead?

Very frustrating to watch, at times we play really good football but then we just seem to switch off, loose shape and confidence.

Get that right Dave and the rest of the coaching staff and we will have a strong base to build.


Final positive note Only ten games from Wembley.
Shame I will miss the next round as its my wedding anniversary but see you all for Ossett rematch on Saturday.

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Re: FA Cup v Ossett Albion

Post by Nigelbarlow22 on Sun 13 Sep 2015, 18:12

A short Report on the game is now up on the About Manchester website http://www.aboutmanchester.co.uk/latest/droylsden-through-to-second-round-of-fa-cup-qualifying/

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Re: FA Cup v Ossett Albion

Post by sore shoulder on Mon 14 Sep 2015, 12:45

Lancaster in the next round

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Re: FA Cup v Ossett Albion

Post by Motty on Mon 14 Sep 2015, 19:29

I put the improved performance/result down to my non-attendance! (you're welcome)

Look forward to seeing Zibaka play, especially as he was Preston's youngest ever player.

Disappointed to get Lancaster in the next round. Yes it's a winnable tie, but it would have been nice to get drawn to a side we wouldn't normally get an opportunity to face (rather than one we played two weeks ago!). Also a NLN side would have brought a good crowd in.

Oh well, maybe in the next round instead Smile

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