Date:Sunday February 7 2010
Following yesterday's 4-1 defeat at home to Yeovil, here are some views on the game from a few of their fans.
I'll keep this one short.
I couldn't find any comments from Glovers boss Terry Skiverton, but if I had to guess, I reckon he would be thanking the gods of football for Adam Hinshelwood's substitution just after we equalised.
The Glovers' fans recognised exactly where our weaknesses are, and like the Brighton fans, would love to play us every week.
The following extracts are taken from The Green Room, Football Forums and The Football Forum.
'We played some good attacking football and could have scored at least six. Midfield looked more balanced today and we didn't miss Kalala at all.'
'Great game today, very positive formation, with wingers and attackers looking hungry for the ball against a poor side. The team looked brilliant on the counter attack time and time again.'
'The scoreline doesn't really do us justice - Wycombe were so poor at the back we could have had 6 or 7.'
Aylesbury Glover wrote:
'It was a great free kick. Their keeper saw the danger, tried to get the wall to move left, but still didn't save it even when it went exactly where he knew the danger was.'
'Thank god we didn't keep Oliver although Harrold had a good few moments for them. I thought we were in control from the start, even after the Wycombe goal, I had no worries. The exciting thing is, we didn't play brilliantly and still won 4-1.'
'Wycombe are a very poor team and will be relegated. I know you can only play against the opposition that's put in front of you, but this was a good game to have in view of our recent poor run. The Wycombe supporters may say we won due to our counter attacking play, but for me that's good enough. It reminded me a bit of Arsenal (Not the quality), but the way we broke quickly and in numbers.'
'Thought Wycombe weren't actually that bad and were the better team in the opening 15 minutes. We scored at the end of that spell through Bowditch and from then on I thought we were the better side. Wycombe showed some nice touches but they're going to get relegated if they don't improve their firepower up front. In defence, Luke Oliver was absolutely sh*t when they brought him on, surely they've got better youth teamers? I'm almost embarrassed to admit he was on our books. Scott Shearer wasn't much better though.'
'I like playing Wycombe.'
Next Match: Brentford v Wycombe - Sat 13th Feb - 3.00pm
Date:Sunday February 7 2010
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