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  • Jimmy Floyd Rabbit
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    Matt Ingram

    What a shambles he made of that Leeds goal.

    What annoyed me was it was a bread and butter save. Regardless how hard or fast it was hit, it was a free kick. There was no surprises, deflections or anything, it was literally straight down the pipe. I'd of been so p***** off if he'd of cost us that game with that mistake.

    Gotta say though he was really good second half and made a couple of really good interventions and was very fast off his line to thwart a few Leeds attacks.

    So glad we have Lumley though as I don't see this guy ever being a regular for us. Just got too many mistakes in him.

  • 72bus
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    Originally posted by acricketer View Post

    Wait outside the ground next time he plays and you can spit on him!
    i hope u don't do that to players

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  • Southport
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    I rewatched the FA cup game and didn't think he was as bad as some think. The free kick swirled and he also had a defender leave from the side of the wall, so he saw it late - though he should still have done better. I thought he was worse in the 31st (?) minute when dwelling on the ball and it was charged down by one of their strikers and luckily went behind for a goal kick. His distribution seemed quite good. Overall for a second choice keeper, he was fine. If he was perfect he wouldn't be here. If Lumley gets injured then I think he is good enough to step in

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  • Jimmy Floyd Rabbit
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    Originally posted by Hertford Hoop View Post

    It is Jimmy, all I'm saying is that we have a habit of having someone to hate. He was part of the team that were awful in the first 4 games and it seems that MI has taken most of the criticism
    Not heard a single person use the word hate mate.

    It's just the opinion seems quite strong that he's just not up to it this level possibly. Doesn't by any stretch make him a scapegoat.

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  • Hitman34
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    Originally posted by Hertford Hoop View Post

    It is Jimmy, all I'm saying is that we have a habit of having someone to hate. He was part of the team that were awful in the first 4 games and it seems that MI has taken most of the criticism
    No one hates him Herts.

    He is just shyte, that's all.

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  • Hertford Hoop
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    Originally posted by bakes8 View Post

    Wow. Hertford, don't go out in the sun.
    LOL, I get burnt too easily

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  • Hertford Hoop
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    Originally posted by Jimmy Floyd Rabbit View Post

    Apologies. I thought a football forum was to discuss ermmm football matters? Should we only post about all the good things then?

    Why does an opinion have to automatically mean a 'scapegoat' in your eyes out of interest?

    From what I've read is people simply saying from what they've seen he doesn't look like he's a long term prospect for the club due to quite a few disappointing performances.

    Oh and if any player looks on forums to see people waxing lyrical about them & not giving HONEST opinions maybe they should stay off the Internet. Just a thought
    It is Jimmy, all I'm saying is that we have a habit of having someone to hate. He was part of the team that were awful in the first 4 games and it seems that MI has taken most of the criticism

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  • hal9thou
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    Astonished that this debate is STILL ongoing.

    The boy is short of confidence, we are restricted in terms of the business we can do, Lumley could get injured at any time and our other GKs have less than zero experience at this level.

    What does SMac do?Correctly keeps him on the park despite an iffy 45, pats him on the back at HT and gives him a bit of belief. Result: big improvement.

    Matt Ingram is our no 2 GK and that's the way its staying. I'm 100% confident the lad will be fine when next called upon.

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  • Abseits
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    Thought he made a few smart saves at PNE on opening day and I was content enough. Was surprised how next few games panned out after that but I think there's a sound enough GK in there...... Just needs to rebuild his confidence.

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  • Brian Wilson
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    Last edited by Brian Wilson; 08-03-2019, 07:20 AM.

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  • Tarbie
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    Originally posted by Stanley View Post
    Has anyone seen our 3rd choice keeper play?

    Seny Dieng, 25, 6'3".

    https://www.qpr.co.uk/squads/first-team/seny-dieng/
    Just gone out on loan to Scotland mate.

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  • Stanley
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    Has anyone seen our 3rd choice keeper play?

    Seny Dieng, 25, 6'3".

    https://www.qpr.co.uk/squads/first-team/seny-dieng/

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  • Shepherds Mush
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    Originally posted by Stanley View Post
    Happy to have him as cover for Lumley personally.
    As much as I'd prefer a more experienced keeper as cover, I'd agree on this. Would benefit from a loan and playing consistently IMO.

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  • Jimmy Floyd Rabbit
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    Originally posted by Stanley View Post
    I'm prepared to cut Ingram some slack. Barring the first 4 or 5 games this season, in which the entire team were pants, Ingram has done ok for us. Those first few games we played a very different style which brought far more pressure on the keeper because the defenders were unable to cope with the instructions they'd been handed (since then Macca changed the system of course). Yes, he was at fault for the Leeds goal but he redeemed himself with his 2nd half display, which would have taken a lot of mental strength, considering how much his confidence has already been knocked. Happy to have him as cover for Lumley personally.
    Fair points Stanley.

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  • jamesnutt
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    Originally posted by Hertford Hoop View Post
    Nice to hear a lot of fans have found another scapegoat, someone they can ridicule every time he plays. Joe Lumley could have easily been badly injured against Leeds and been out for many weeks. I'm sure Matt would love to read this and feel so much more confident on his next outing between to white sticks. Yes Joe is doing great at the moment and long may it continue but sooner or later he will make an absolute howler and possibly cost us the game ala Greeno against Chelsea. Guess he will be ridiculed then by our fans like we always do.

    Good times at the moment for us but we still expect perfection
    Lumley has made a few mistakes leading directly to goals to be fair , but on the whole heís been excellent. Also, anyone mentioning smithies , thereís a reason he isnít playing at Cardiff and he didnít save that FA cup one- heís not that good . He was good 16/17- kept us up, but felt he was very poor 17/18- Iíd take Lumley over him every day of the week- bigger louder more passionate and he rattles all home fans. JN

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