YOUR POSH VIEW
SCRAPPY game, but overall we deserved the win, despite not playing well.
First half was just awful. Game pretty much changed aftertaylor came on. The piece of skill he did in the box was just pure genius - Coventry couldn’t handle him.
Sinclair finished well and Kearns had a good debut. Not man-of-the-match material but he still did really well. Thought we missed Mccann, althoughtunnicliffe had a good game.
Zakuani once again was brilliant. Although I didn’t have the best view of the goal -line clearance it looked pretty impressive from the London Road End - Posh Josh. AN okay performance second half but on that form we’ll concede goals at Forest unless Jugglin’ Joe has a stormer.
Taylor did what he does from the bench - a storming cameo and gave us a great outlet. You really have to win the ball to get it off him. He never just gives it away. Possibly harsh to leave him out but he had his only dreadful half of football at Leicester.
Didn’t think we defended very well as they all seemed to panic when they realised we could actually win it 1-0. We dropped five yards and struggled to keep the ball in midfield.
But the win was obviously the most important thing. My man-of-the-match was probably Alcock, who is becoming a tremendously consistent player anywhere across the back four - Woodston Bob. THE win was the most important thing and we got it, so I am happy.
Taylor/kearns joint manof-the-match winners. Taylor totally changed the game.
We did ride our luck today though and against a slightly better side would probably not have won.
Shame fortomlin, it now makes the squad look a tad thin - Paddy Posh. GOOD win today. They were the worst team I’ve seen this season, they had little or no idea attacking-wise up until the last 15 minutes when our young midfield tired.
But as Fergie said postmatch they will be able to cope with 90 minutes given time.
Also I can’t see why everyone was raving about Kearns. He did well but not man-ofthe-match - I thought Zak was immense andtaylor looked like the best player on the pitch.
And how is Clive Platt still playing football for a living? - Grintler Posh.