- 8 Sep 2009
- Chris Greenacre
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CBT's performance was one of the many positives from this game. He has played himself into contention.
Against League Two sides, we will create and take a lot of chances, even without James Vaughan.
As I said, I think you have got to bear in mind the quality of the opposition's defence. The majority of League Two sides would not cope with the amount of pressure we put Sunderland under today.I hope you are right BBTC. Woolery, Feeney, Lloyd and Lewis will always chip in but we need that goal poacher to finish off the chances we create and tap in those crosses. Hopefully we’ll hear soon how long Vaughan is actually out for
Yes they did defend well today. O’Nien got the sky MOM which says a lot. Time will tell how costly Vaughan’s a absense will be.As I said, I think you have got to bear in mind the quality of the opposition's defence. The majority of League Two sides would not cope with the amount of pressure we put Sunderland under today.
Hard luck Rovers. They certainly matched the Black Cats who have been winning games for fun since Johnson took over. McGeady is a former PL player and that extra touch of class was crucial. As has been said, we missed Vaughan. All the reports I have read have been very positive. Promotion is now the goal, amongst other things, to poke Parry in the eye for relegating us!
I hope we have Khan on a two year contract or other teams will be after him at the end of the season.Look they are a class set of fans and I have posted on their Forum saying so no negatives, our performance today was class we just missed that Target man, but in the Bigger Picture our LG form is the key to everything we need to play the same, fair play to Keith and the Lads did us proud today, just glad we did not get injuries or silly sending offs also the Bonus of Khan being back when you consider he been out a month looked like he has never been away