Ok result ok performance

Sheriff_John_Bunnell_ret

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Cardiff have some decent players but they haven't won at home.
Tav did well. Won the corner for the goal, got the assist, put two great balls into the box.
Fry stepped up and put himself about a bit which we needed against such a physical side.
Akpom was rubbish. Howson played far too many aimless balls. Morsy was quiet. We made too many bad decisions in the final third.
 

Block21

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Howson was very good. Morsy I agree had a quieter game. Tav was probably my man of the match. Thought Britt was better than Akpom and got them turned more than Akpom did.
 

Blf

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Not a bad point and keeps a nice run going . Decent team performance it's good to see them fighting for each other.
 

Badonde

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Savile good.
Djksteel solid - get's better every game.
Bola - didn't notice him - sometimes a good sign for a full back :D
Dael Fry excellent
Cardiff will be up there at the end of the season.
Have we all got a bit too greedy after recent results? I'd say that was an excellent point.
 

Sheriff_John_Bunnell_ret

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If there were fans in the stadium I would say it was a very good point. But we can and have played a lot better. The three in midfield were largely off the pace and we didn't have the degree of control we've had in recent games.
Cardiff are below us in the table and aren't that good. They've got decent players yet bizarrely rely on a physical game.
It's good that we are hard to beat though and can get results when we're not on song.
 

Block21

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If there were fans in the stadium I would say it was a very good point. But we can and have played a lot better. The three in midfield were largely off the pace and we didn't have the degree of control we've had in recent games.
Cardiff are below us in the table and aren't that good. They've got decent players yet bizarrely rely on a physical game.
It's good that we are hard to beat though and can get results when we're not on song.

It is a good point because Cardiff were a threat throughout the match with their set pieces they are a team who always stay in games due to that. They will be up there come the end of the season in and around the play off spots.
 

Badonde

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Watched Cardiff win 2-0 at Forest just a month ago and they looked very impressive.
Amazing that our team, which looked shell-shocked and defeated just a few months ago, could stand up to a bombardment like that.
Amazing management.
Sometimes Pulis & Warnock get lumped together under the anti-football banner. But for me Pulis was far 'darker'. After watching football under that ghoul this feels like blessed relief.
Suppose its nice being the 'underdog' again. Teams like Cardiff have far better squads yet we are matching them.
Just wish we'd sign a mobile 'big man' up front. Akpom worked his socks off but I always find myself shouting at the TV whenever Britt plays. I have never seen a forward win so few free kicks yet spend so much time on his harris.
 

BoroMart

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I thought we were excellent out of possession. We had one spell in the second half where we showed a bit more in possession, but in general just lacked a little something up top.

I know some people wanted Roberts to play, but it was the right thing to leave him out of this game. He has hardly played in 2020, two games in 4 days would have risked injury. I feel we are a targetman and winger away from being a really decent side. If we had got Moore and Bolasie we would be a right handful at the other end
 

Eziozi’s Ghost

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Cardiff have some decent players but they haven't won at home.
Tav did well. Won the corner for the goal, got the assist, put two great balls into the box.
Fry stepped up and put himself about a bit which we needed against such a physical side.
Akpom was rubbish. Howson played far too many aimless balls. Morsy was quiet. We made too many bad decisions in the final third.

I am pleased with point of course, but disappointed we changed a winning team.
Hopefully its back to that winning team on tuesday against Coventry.
 

Beverleyred

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Given the standard of opposition and the amount of travelling combined with the inclement conditions today and the size of the squad; I think the last three games have been tremendous. The old warhorse continues to work his magic.
 

kuepper

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Best i've seen Fry play I think and same with Djiksteel. Lot of mediocrity from the rest mainly and Morsy was worst player on the pitch, I'm at a loss to understand why some think he's ok.
 

Eziozi’s Ghost

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Best i've seen Fry play I think and same with Djiksteel. Lot of mediocrity from the rest mainly and Morsy was worst player on the pitch, I'm at a loss to understand why some think he's ok.

Bit harsh on Morsy there old chap.
He’s only been here 2 minutes, and done fine so far.
There are certain examples in the squad who have been here much much longer and I’m still waiting for them to ignite.
 

BoroMart

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I am pleased with point of course, but disappointed we changed a winning team.
Hopefully its back to that winning team on tuesday against Coventry.
we have to utilise the squad, the games are thick and fast right now. 7 games in 22 days. Two very tough away trips and with the way we play, we have tot ry and switch things around a bit and get fresh legs on the pitch
 
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