Albion 0 – 1 MK Dons

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A place each on the bench for two of the best recent players to turn out for the Albion – Jim McNulty and Glenn Murray. I’d like to see a good run out for both today. I think we’ll lose this game though, our home form is shocking.

No Seagulls Player commentary, can’t seem to get it at all. Looks like this is going to happen to every game I miss this season while in Afghanistan – I can’t wait until April next year when I finally return home and get to all the games in person. BBC World for the second halves again it is then.

Adam El-Abd sent off – straight red. What the fuck is up with this  team and discipline? We’ve made it through to half-time scoreless, but that’s Albion’s fifth red card this season, and that is not fucking on – Slade needs to sort it out now, the  buck stops with him.

On 49 minutes the inevitable happens, 1-0 to MK. That’ll fix it. Baldy is going for it, taking off Dicker on 80 minutes and putting Murray on for three up front, that’s more like it – lose big and go down fighting or nick one for a jammy point.

Game over, what could we have done with 11 men? Answers on the back of a red card please. We’re back in the relegation zone. Bollocks.

Albion Team (goalscorers in bold):

(4-4-2) Kuipers; El-Abd, Elphick, Tunnicliffe, Wright; Bennett, Crofts, Dicker (Murray 80), Davies (Thornhill 63); Forster, Dickinson

Subs: G Smith, McNulty, Cox, Hart, Thornhill, J Smith, Murray

League One table

Saturday, 3 October 2009 17:13 UK

Position Team P GD PTS
Full League One table
1 Leeds United 11 13 27
2 Charlton 11 10 24
3 Bristol Rovers 11 4 22
4 Colchester 11 12 21
5 MK Dons 11 3 20
6 Swindon 11 -1 18
7 Norwich 11 5 16
8 Oldham 11 -1 16
9 Huddersfield 11 5 15
10 Millwall 11 4 14
11 Southend 11 3 14
12 Walsall 11 -3 14
13 Exeter 11 -2 13
14 Brentford 11 -3 13
15 Hartlepool 11 -2 12
16 Leyton Orient 11 -7 12
17 Gillingham 10 0 11
18 Yeovil 11 -1 11
19 Carlisle 11 -3 11
20 Stockport 11 -4 11
21 Brighton 10 -8 9
22 Tranmere 11 -17 7
23 Wycombe 11 -8 6
24 Southampton 11 1 2
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2 Responses to “Albion 0 – 1 MK Dons”

  1. glasfryn Says:

    another game we might have won even with 10 men I still think we will turn it round ….but it will have to be soon otherwise I fear for RS’s job.
    There has been talk of Dennis Wise taking the position if Slade goes ……….my worst nightmare …………….makes me think I might even start supporting!!!!! ………….well name any club.
    tuesday night might just see the turn around with Murray playing a full game.

    G

  2. The Hovian Says:

    What is still in RS favour – there’s a lot of clubs within striking distance just above us in the league, and our game in hand. We have what should be 3 relatively easy games in the league coming up first half of this month. Seven or nine points from those and we’re well back in it.

    November will be tough though

    Cheers mate

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