Shaun Williams

hardleyse16

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About two minutes before that chip into the area he played a terrible ball straight to their midfield player when we were pegged back. Sums him up really. When the clown brought him in, he looked like a player comfortable with the ball and does have an eye for a pass. Unfortunately, he’s never turned out to be more than a very average championship/ decent League 1 player but, to be fair, a good servant to the club overall.
 

Mike58

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I remember having the same argument 50 years ago about Dunphy, seems if you don't just lump it forward or run around like a headless chicken tackling (fouling) everything that moves, it's hard to be accepted at Millwall.
If you want to talk about dog shit, try Bradshaw, his first touch (and second) this evening was sublime, especially when he was put clear in the first half. Now there is a league one player for you.
 

kevrelles

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It's no surprise the midfield are shit the forward line are shit. The manager refuses to let them play attacking football.
He is the draw bore specialist. And he is turning us into a complete pathetic bunch of wankers. Thanks Rowett,
 

PurleyLion

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As I said in another thread, he put in two decent crosses including the one for the equaliser so on this occasion, credit where credit is due.
And you’re not his biggest fan either ..!

I appreciate he had a pass intercepted after he came on, albeit it was a rare Lions forward pass, but his first cross was with his left peg and for the 2nd he used his right foot “9 iron”. Clearly using “9 irons” when Smith is in the box can be quite productive 😉
 
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whiskylion

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And you’re not his biggest fan either ..!

I appreciate he had a pass intercepted after he came on, albeit it was a rare Lions forward pass, but his first cross was with his left peg and for the 2nd he used his right foot “9 iron”. Clearly using “9 irons” when Smith is in the box can be quite productive 😉
It is when no-one is on you.

Earlier in the game he would have had two Luton players on him for the amount of time he spent on the ball.
 

PurleyLion

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It is when no-one is on you.

Earlier in the game he would have had two Luton players on him for the amount of time he spent on the ball.
With the first cross he shaped to deliver with his right, then cut back inside his marker (so someone was “on him”!) to float the ball in with his left!

With the 2nd he found space just outside their box - territory rarely visited by Woods - and rather than rush, used the space and time to deliver a decent cross.

Telling crosses with different feet, a skill possessed by many others in the team! 😉
 
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kevrelles

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Williams getting all the flak seems unfair considering it's the manager who sets the team up.
But he is given fucking grace even though it's continual boring shit he makes the team play.
 

whiskylion

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With the first cross he shaped to deliver with his right, then cut back inside his marker (so someone was “on him”!) to float the ball in with his left!

With the 2nd he found space just outside their box - territory rarely visited by Woods - and rather than rush, used the space and time to deliver a decent cross.

Telling crosses with different feet, a skill possessed by many others in the team! 😉
Indeed.

But if only that was all a midfielder had to do to be good at his job....
 

Phlion54

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Was good at first now it's painful to watch most times and the sad part is that' he is now one of the first team coaches.......maybe thats why half of them can't complete a simple pass......
the only coach he should be in charge is the kings Ferry team one