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Danny Mayor signs for 2 more years

davie nine":324ovk4q said:
You were a ‘Mayor-sceptic’ yesterday.

To recap:

Based on his performances last season, I wasn't convinced giving DM a new contract was the best use of the club's limited funds. Hence the term 'Mayor-sceptic'. Once he re-signed, I want to give him - and the rest of the squad - the benefit of the doubt.

As it is clear that DM is going to be a pivotal part of our team next season, there's a legitimate debate around how to get the best out of him, where he should play and what formation would exploit his undoubted abilities to the best advantage of the team. My own view, which I've offered on this forum several times, is that DM might well be best suited to playing in the hole in a 4-4-1-1.

Glad to be able to clear that up for the hard-of-understanding.
 
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One of the more interesting stats from last season was that we were the third best team in the league when it came to the number of crosses into the box, many of these from Mayor. The problem was that not enough of these led to a goal being scored, especially when Jephcott disappeared.
 
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Abbotts Ann Green":1fk1f2aq said:
One of the more interesting stats from last season was that we were the third best team in the league when it came to the number of crosses into the box, many of these from Mayor. The problem was that not enough of these led to a goal being scored, especially when Jephcott disappeared.

The stats also show that we were the 14th best at shots on target, so what happened to all those crosses?
 
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Abbotts Ann Green":2dyyzegf said:
One of the more interesting stats from last season was that we were the third best team in the league when it came to the number of crosses into the box, many of these from Mayor. The problem was that not enough of these led to a goal being scored, especially when Jephcott disappeared.

Shows we like to attack down the flanks, but otherwise stats without context are pretty useless. Just because the cross went into the box, it doesn't mean it was a good cross!
 

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Nobby":3um5j44i said:
Abbotts Ann Green":3um5j44i said:
One of the more interesting stats from last season was that we were the third best team in the league when it came to the number of crosses into the box, many of these from Mayor. The problem was that not enough of these led to a goal being scored, especially when Jephcott disappeared.

Shows we like to attack down the flanks, but otherwise stats without context are pretty useless. Just because the cross went into the box, it doesn't mean it was a good cross!

Our attacks down the flanks were lopsided and shows the worth of Mayor on the left.
41% of our attacks came from the left side of the team – the 3rd highest in the league, 35% of attacks came from the right side – the joint third lowest.
 

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PL2 3DQ":1myoz5o9 said:
Nobby":1myoz5o9 said:
Abbotts Ann Green":1myoz5o9 said:
One of the more interesting stats from last season was that we were the third best team in the league when it came to the number of crosses into the box, many of these from Mayor. The problem was that not enough of these led to a goal being scored, especially when Jephcott disappeared.

Shows we like to attack down the flanks, but otherwise stats without context are pretty useless. Just because the cross went into the box, it doesn't mean it was a good cross!

Our attacks down the flanks were lopsided and shows the worth of Mayor on the left.
41% of our attacks came from the left side of the team – the 3rd highest in the league, 35% of attacks came from the right side – the joint third lowest.

Not as lop sided as I would have expected from memory.
 
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Abbotts Ann Green":1xkgr34o said:
One of the more interesting stats from last season was that we were the third best team in the league when it came to the number of crosses into the box, many of these from Mayor. The problem was that not enough of these led to a goal being scored, especially when Jephcott disappeared.
Pointless stats.You can put hundreds of crosses into the box but if they are inaccurate and can easily be defended against what's the point? The service to Jephcott and co dried up.
 

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oldage":1eg2ux94 said:
Abbotts Ann Green":1eg2ux94 said:
One of the more interesting stats from last season was that we were the third best team in the league when it came to the number of crosses into the box, many of these from Mayor. The problem was that not enough of these led to a goal being scored, especially when Jephcott disappeared.
Pointless stats.You can put hundreds of crosses into the box but if they are inaccurate and can easily be defended against what's the point? The service to Jephcott and co dried up.

Wasn't that exactly what Abbots Ann said? Please can you join the debate (now respsonses requested from you on 2 threads) rather then just making the same points over and over and over and over and over ......
 
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Mark Pedlar":33k6om15 said:
oldage":33k6om15 said:
Abbotts Ann Green":33k6om15 said:
One of the more interesting stats from last season was that we were the third best team in the league when it came to the number of crosses into the box, many of these from Mayor. The problem was that not enough of these led to a goal being scored, especially when Jephcott disappeared.
Pointless stats.You can put hundreds of crosses into the box but if they are inaccurate and can easily be defended against what's the point? The service to Jephcott and co dried up.

Wasn't that exactly what Abbots Ann said? Please can you join the debate (now respsonses requested from you on 2 threads) rather then just making the same points over and over and over and over and over ......
If you care to read what I said it is NOT the same as AAG.You just like having a go at me over and over and over and over......
The problem with this site is that the moderators and Site Admin can say what they like knowing they are bulletproof.
 

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oldage":9pksgphm said:
Mark Pedlar":9pksgphm said:
oldage":9pksgphm said:
Abbotts Ann Green":9pksgphm said:
One of the more interesting stats from last season was that we were the third best team in the league when it came to the number of crosses into the box, many of these from Mayor. The problem was that not enough of these led to a goal being scored, especially when Jephcott disappeared.
Pointless stats.You can put hundreds of crosses into the box but if they are inaccurate and can easily be defended against what's the point? The service to Jephcott and co dried up.

Wasn't that exactly what Abbots Ann said? Please can you join the debate (now respsonses requested from you on 2 threads) rather then just making the same points over and over and over and over and over ......
If you care to read what I said it is NOT the same as AAG.You just like having a go at me over and over and over and over......
The problem with this site is that the moderators and Site Admin can say what they like knowing they are bulletproof.


Please answer the questions and engage in debate.
 
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Mark Pedlar":36i2wbxy said:
oldage":36i2wbxy said:
Abbotts Ann Green":36i2wbxy said:
One of the more interesting stats from last season was that we were the third best team in the league when it came to the number of crosses into the box, many of these from Mayor. The problem was that not enough of these led to a goal being scored, especially when Jephcott disappeared.
Pointless stats.You can put hundreds of crosses into the box but if they are inaccurate and can easily be defended against what's the point? The service to Jephcott and co dried up.

Wasn't that exactly what Abbots Ann said? Please can you join the debate (now respsonses requested from you on 2 threads) rather then just making the same points over and over and over and over and over ......

Isn't this getting a bit too close to bullying of Oldage? He is entitled to his opinion, if you don't like it don't read it.

Not everyone likes the current manager despite what his fan club on Pasoti says.
 
Aug 24, 2009
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Great signing Mayor, all we need now is for those around him to be equally as good and we will have a really good team. Offers turned down from a Championship side, what planet is Lowe on, only said to reassure supporters what a good manager he is and players want to play for him. If Mayor had been given the opportunity to play in the Championship he would have taken it unless he was offered redicalous wages which is properly the case. The question I am asking is he worth the money we are paying him. .
 

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So with Mayor signing again I have just coughed up for two season tickets: the first time in 50 odd years as a supporter. We won't make all the games (or any if the pandemic kicks off again!) but I can afford to contribute more to the club now and I think their ambition deserves my cash. COYG.
 

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rongreenblood":1bq5gg1f said:
Looking at the picture of the day on GOS,bottom row,far right,looking a lot like Danny Mayor,weird.

Great spot, it really does :lol:. Do we know who that is?