Exeter City v Leyton Orient Match Day Thread.

Colesman Ballz

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Does Aaron getting "the hook" signal another spell in the "boon docks" for him, I wonder ?
 

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Should have put that game to bed,deserved a point,ref and Lino on dugout side was inept,and I didn’t realise Leyton Orient had morphed into Wycombe (game management)wanderers!
 

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Officals were appalling, Let Leyton Orient get away with so many persistent niggling fouls, and the challenge on Williams was two-footed and from behind from what I could see, was on the other side of the ground though.

I was in the new old grandstand for the first time, quite impressed, won't go back again though, football is meant to be watched standing up.

Sparkes impressed me today, and Seymour turned the match definite pen, our finishing was disappointing, Fisher made an impact, but should have done better with those headers.

All in all a decent match, always good to have people in black hats to root against, would have just been nice to grab a winner their cynical, nasty play deserved.
 

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Their right back avoiding a second yellow by holding his head/face was the icing on the cake.
The pen could have been for the tug on Bens shirt just before he was brought down. I liked fishers cameo. Played like he had something to prove.
Agreed fishers attitude impressed
 

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Going 2-1 down was totally our fault, Started the 2nd half too slowly and their equaliser just before halftime sent them in with a spring in their step and we didn't get on top of that and ended up chasing the whole second half
 
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