.... walkover..somehow i think they will be saving up their energy cause they dont feel like losing again haha so hopefully the team selection stays similar..give us a chance to prove our competitiveness for a full hour please..
I agree with you Kelvin about not putting familiar people together, but David T + friends is a debate that has long raged & even has it's own thread lol!! My usual moans about putting them together falls on deaf ears so this time round I have gone the opposite way & embraced the challenge of facing these fine cigarette smoking athlete's!
Didn't work out so well. Whites dominated from the start. Superior passing, off the ball movement and understanding off each other's play. Reds managed to keep it tight for the first 10 mins or so coming back from 2-0 to 2-1 (Kelvin scored a good solo goal within 5 seconds after coming out of goal) but after that the rampage ensued and Reds knew (at least I did) that the game was out of reach. I think the final score waas 9-3 or something along those lines (for obvious reasons I didn't keep count).
In retrospect, that was David T and friends "A" team. And the rest had a a couple of less regular players, and a few who haven't played regularly at Khalsa. And David T and friends would have been at the top of their game to make up for last week's result.
In the circumstances, 3-9 wasn't such a bad result. I just hope it doesn't put off the less regular players.
It wasnt a good game. Reds weren't connecting and communicating well and the difference in scoreline came mostly from Reds defensive mistakes which were swiftly capitalized by Whites. There were some new players in Reds too which weren't too used to the play, as such, not as a competitive game. But on and off, teams win and lose, so a better game next time.