NEWPORT COUNTY 1 DAGENHAM 2

South Wales Argus: HIGH RISER: Newport County's Chris Zebroski wins an aerial duel against Dagenham and Redbridge HIGH RISER: Newport County's Chris Zebroski wins an aerial duel against Dagenham and Redbridge

A FIRST half horror show, a missed penalty and a red card combined to see Newport County AFC slip to defeat to Dagenham and Redbridge.

Two first half goals from the sensational Medy Elito, coupled with a horror penalty from Chris Zebroski and a red card for skipper David Pipe saw the Exiles beaten and bowed as their record stretches to just one win in their last 15 matches.

On chances created, the overall share of the game and saves made they were arguably worthy of at least a point last night, but when things are going against you, it tends to pour rather than rain and so it proved again.

The Exiles, with changes kept to a minimum from the weekend draw with Exeter – the addition of Byron Anthony and Tom Naylor designed to boost them - started with real aplomb before utterly imploding.

County were simply unrecognisable after they had shown verve and purpose in the opening minutes, but a horribly conceded first goal utterly threw them.

The strike came on ten minutes, a routine free kick turning to cause for panic as Byron Anthony missed the ball and Ian McLoughlin didn’t come for it, the lively Medy Elito able to break in between the defensive line and the outrushing goalkeeper and he kept his composure beautifully, lobbing the ball over County’s loanee stopper.

Elito gave the Exiles more cause for concern than any individual player this season apart from Premier League man Saido Berahino and after his early strike, the Daggers took control.

They were a yard sharper and more than a small margin more confident than the Exiles and they began to rip them open at will, not least when the unfortunate Exiles lost Anthony to injury.

Both David Pipe and Naylor had to produce last ditch blocks to deny Luke Norris and Adebayo Azeez respectively and when County finally got a chance themselves, Danny Crow was unable to turn home Chris Zebroski’s header.

That chance finally spurred County into action and just past the half hour a knock down from a corner provided a moment of panic for the Daggers who stabbed themselves by conceding a soft penalty, Norris adjudged to have handled.

It was more than the Exiles deserved but they were unable to even take the gift, Chris Zebroski grazing the crossbar as he fired his spot kick over.

It was one of those ‘it never rains it pours’ moments and just when you thought things couldn’t get worse for the hosts, they did exactly that.

Dagenham’s second combined superb counter-attacking with appalling defending and after a lucky bounce, Elito was on hand to again finish superbly, this time powering the ball into the roof of the net.

You could feel the belief being sucked out of Rodney Parade as County’s player turned on one another with much finger pointing and gesticulating, but somehow they regained a foothold in the game moments before the break.

The goal came from nothing, a very soft freekick some 35-yards seemingly no real danger but Robbie Willmott had other ideas, blasting through the wall and into the bottom corner to give Newport hope, much to the disgust of Dagenham boss Wayne Burnett who was sent off at half time for his protests.

Boss Edinburgh would’ve demanded an improvement from his side and he got it, Danny Crow twice denied before the hour mark as Newport pushed with confidence for a leveller.

Christian Jolley and Adam Chapman were introduced but the game became stop, start and low on quality which suited the visitors down to the ground.

However, with eight minutes remaining the subs combined superbly with the move of the match, Chapman going clean through with Rodney Parade collectively holding its breath, but he fired wide with the goal at his mercy.

That seemed like it would be ‘the’ moment for Newport, especially in the dying embers of the game when their task went from Mission Difficult to Mission Impossible, a reckless challenge from David Pipe seeing him sent off.

Newport County (5-3-2): McLoughlin, Pipe, Naylor, Anthony (Jackson 31), Hughes, Willmott, Porter (Chapman 71), Minshull, Burge, Crow, Zebroski (Jolley 64)

Subs not used: Jeffers, Flynn, Worley, Holloway

Booked: Minshull, Naylor, Pipe

Sent off: Pipe

Dagenham: Lewington, Ilesanmi, Doe, Saah, Bingham, Elito, Agogo, D’ath, Hoyte, Azeez, Norris (Howell 88)

Subs not used: Seabright, Chambers, Sheilds, Dickson, Connors, Gayle

Booked: Elito, Azeez,

Referee: Charles Breakspear (Surrey)

Attendance: 2360

Argus star man: Medy Elito (Dagenham)

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10:08pm Wed 19 Mar 14

llandaff says...

I am not commenting as I just do not know what to say.
I am not commenting as I just do not know what to say. llandaff
  • Score: 4

10:09pm Wed 19 Mar 14

llandaff says...

I am not commenting as I just do not know what to say.
I am not commenting as I just do not know what to say. llandaff
  • Score: 0

10:11pm Wed 19 Mar 14

llandaff says...

llandaff wrote:
I am not commenting as I just do not know what to say.
seems to have come out twice..unintentional
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[quote][p][bold]llandaff[/bold] wrote: I am not commenting as I just do not know what to say.[/p][/quote]seems to have come out twice..unintentional . llandaff
  • Score: 2

10:22pm Wed 19 Mar 14

Harps62 says...

JE a great conference manager and legend.
Totally out of his depth in Div 2.
As soon as the team was announced with 2 stone overweight Danny Crowe leading the attack the game was up.
Our 2 up front are not up to it and the same goes for our Central defence.
We cannot keep missing penalties.
It could of been 5-1.
Robbie was superb tonight.
Minsh was far too slow.
Just totally gobsmacked to be honest.
Really do think we are going down as where do we go from here.
Roomers are that JE is off to Oxford and we are getting Dean Saunders.
Probably just rumours.
Think a good conference side has been found wanting
JE a great conference manager and legend. Totally out of his depth in Div 2. As soon as the team was announced with 2 stone overweight Danny Crowe leading the attack the game was up. Our 2 up front are not up to it and the same goes for our Central defence. We cannot keep missing penalties. It could of been 5-1. Robbie was superb tonight. Minsh was far too slow. Just totally gobsmacked to be honest. Really do think we are going down as where do we go from here. Roomers are that JE is off to Oxford and we are getting Dean Saunders. Probably just rumours. Think a good conference side has been found wanting Harps62
  • Score: 1

10:28pm Wed 19 Mar 14

jiffygeorge says...

This will be my last County comment of the season as I have said it all before about poor team selection (Crowe couldn't get a game in my over-50s team); inability to score, even from the penalty spot; poor tactics and poor signings (Howe hopeless, Jeffers unable to get a start). I'm simply fed up with knocking my head against a brick wall. I'm just keeping my fingers crossed that we have done enough to stay up, but I wouldn't bank on it.
This will be my last County comment of the season as I have said it all before about poor team selection (Crowe couldn't get a game in my over-50s team); inability to score, even from the penalty spot; poor tactics and poor signings (Howe hopeless, Jeffers unable to get a start). I'm simply fed up with knocking my head against a brick wall. I'm just keeping my fingers crossed that we have done enough to stay up, but I wouldn't bank on it. jiffygeorge
  • Score: 5

10:28pm Wed 19 Mar 14

County says...

The effort was spot on tonight, shame about everything else. It was another comedy of errors; can't get the basics right, no discipline, wrong team selection, several players out of position, shambolic tactics, I mean what the hell was that in the second half, six centre backs at one point? I wonder if Pompey are still interested in Edinburgh because they can pick him up next week. Torquay is one of the few winnable games left, we certainly can't afford to lose it.
The effort was spot on tonight, shame about everything else. It was another comedy of errors; can't get the basics right, no discipline, wrong team selection, several players out of position, shambolic tactics, I mean what the hell was that in the second half, six centre backs at one point? I wonder if Pompey are still interested in Edinburgh because they can pick him up next week. Torquay is one of the few winnable games left, we certainly can't afford to lose it. County
  • Score: 2

10:40pm Wed 19 Mar 14

jetspotter says...

It's like one of those nightmare's when you can't wake up ! My season long comments to forget the play-off's and concentrate on establishing a viable team at this level now seem wildly optimistic. I'm afraid everything has simply imploded and the manager seems clueless as to where to go from here. How is it possible for such a complete turnaround to have happened ? Totally bewildered.
It's like one of those nightmare's when you can't wake up ! My season long comments to forget the play-off's and concentrate on establishing a viable team at this level now seem wildly optimistic. I'm afraid everything has simply imploded and the manager seems clueless as to where to go from here. How is it possible for such a complete turnaround to have happened ? Totally bewildered. jetspotter
  • Score: 10

10:47pm Wed 19 Mar 14

sooty001 says...

More of the same tonight, my night finished at 7 15pm when Tim announced the team and Danny Crow was playing up front, that did it for me. Also heard the rumour going around that JE is going to Oxford, if he lets me know when he is going I will give him a lift, and I will also have room in my car for an overweight centre forward. I don't care what anyone says the guy has lost the dressing room.
More of the same tonight, my night finished at 7 15pm when Tim announced the team and Danny Crow was playing up front, that did it for me. Also heard the rumour going around that JE is going to Oxford, if he lets me know when he is going I will give him a lift, and I will also have room in my car for an overweight centre forward. I don't care what anyone says the guy has lost the dressing room. sooty001
  • Score: 4

10:50pm Wed 19 Mar 14

Adrian Williams says...

Newport County 1 Dagenham 2. Okay, so now I am officially worried about staying in this division. Not looking like we can score and not being able to defend is a recipe for disaster. On current form, if we are gonna stay up it's gonna be by the skin of our teeth and hoping there are two worse sides in the division. It looked like a team and manager which had received a hammer blow coming off that pitch tonight. With a tough set of fixtures coming up, Torquay away on Saturday is a must not lose game. Worried.com (By the way - we an earth did he take Porter off ? He was man of the match for me and looking like the Max Porter before he got injured at Christmas last season). Harps62- I disagree entirely with your Lee Minshull comment - he's of the few players holding the team together at the moment and should be one of the very last players to have a pop at.
Newport County 1 Dagenham 2. Okay, so now I am officially worried about staying in this division. Not looking like we can score and not being able to defend is a recipe for disaster. On current form, if we are gonna stay up it's gonna be by the skin of our teeth and hoping there are two worse sides in the division. It looked like a team and manager which had received a hammer blow coming off that pitch tonight. With a tough set of fixtures coming up, Torquay away on Saturday is a must not lose game. Worried.com (By the way - we an earth did he take Porter off ? He was man of the match for me and looking like the Max Porter before he got injured at Christmas last season). Harps62- I disagree entirely with your Lee Minshull comment - he's of the few players holding the team together at the moment and should be one of the very last players to have a pop at. Adrian Williams
  • Score: 8

10:53pm Wed 19 Mar 14

b3talover says...

Inept. Pathetic. Mid-table Conference standard at best. Will definitely be relegated based on that performance. Players are a disgrace.
Inept. Pathetic. Mid-table Conference standard at best. Will definitely be relegated based on that performance. Players are a disgrace. b3talover
  • Score: -3

11:02pm Wed 19 Mar 14

oranges says...

cant win and wont win that seems to be the message loud and clear.Headless chickens who cant beat modest opposition . Don't worry lads at this rate you wont have to worry about league 2 pressures you will be back in familiar surrounds i.e the conference. So get your act together and wake bloody well up and show us you love this club and wear the county shirt with pride and passion and save our season and all of you fight for Newport or leave
cant win and wont win that seems to be the message loud and clear.Headless chickens who cant beat modest opposition . Don't worry lads at this rate you wont have to worry about league 2 pressures you will be back in familiar surrounds i.e the conference. So get your act together and wake bloody well up and show us you love this club and wear the county shirt with pride and passion and save our season and all of you fight for Newport or leave oranges
  • Score: 9

11:03pm Wed 19 Mar 14

grumpyandopinionated says...

My comment about getting rid of JE still stands, when are those that blindly think that JE is a god going to realise that he just can't cut it with County in League 2. For me the damage has been done, 15 games with only 8 points. Bringing in a new manager now is the only smart thing to do as atleast the new manager will have a few games left of the season to evaluate the team before making changes in the summer.

I'm sorry but any other team would have cut the cord a long time ago and in any business your not going to keep employing a manager thats running the business into the ground. The effort tonight was good but not much else was upto scratch and it's time the manager took responsability for this and was shown the door. If we get relegatged it's going to be a long time before the chance will come around again, time to rescue the sinking ship before it's too late.
My comment about getting rid of JE still stands, when are those that blindly think that JE is a god going to realise that he just can't cut it with County in League 2. For me the damage has been done, 15 games with only 8 points. Bringing in a new manager now is the only smart thing to do as atleast the new manager will have a few games left of the season to evaluate the team before making changes in the summer. I'm sorry but any other team would have cut the cord a long time ago and in any business your not going to keep employing a manager thats running the business into the ground. The effort tonight was good but not much else was upto scratch and it's time the manager took responsability for this and was shown the door. If we get relegatged it's going to be a long time before the chance will come around again, time to rescue the sinking ship before it's too late. grumpyandopinionated
  • Score: 5

11:46pm Wed 19 Mar 14

Harps62 says...

I have calmed down a lot now.
This team are Conferance standard at a push.
Robbie, Ryan Burge, Jackson and Lennie are the only 4 of league 2 standard in the whole squad. Cannot blame the keeper as he's only on loan.
They tried to play football but when you have nothing up front and that includes Jolly a legend last year but totally out of it in league 2 what chance have you got. Central defence is a joke no matter who you play out of 6. All as bad as each other. The red mist descended on the Captain but the game was lost before then
It looks like Peterborough hoodwinked us with Jeffers as JE wont play him and if an overweight can't run can't jump Crowe and Jolly are keeping him out how bad must he be.
I really think its too late to bring another manager in as time will not be on his side.
Loose at Torquay is unthinkable but highly likely.
Finally that missed Penalty was pathetic for a striker. Totally shameful effort
I have calmed down a lot now. This team are Conferance standard at a push. Robbie, Ryan Burge, Jackson and Lennie are the only 4 of league 2 standard in the whole squad. Cannot blame the keeper as he's only on loan. They tried to play football but when you have nothing up front and that includes Jolly a legend last year but totally out of it in league 2 what chance have you got. Central defence is a joke no matter who you play out of 6. All as bad as each other. The red mist descended on the Captain but the game was lost before then It looks like Peterborough hoodwinked us with Jeffers as JE wont play him and if an overweight can't run can't jump Crowe and Jolly are keeping him out how bad must he be. I really think its too late to bring another manager in as time will not be on his side. Loose at Torquay is unthinkable but highly likely. Finally that missed Penalty was pathetic for a striker. Totally shameful effort Harps62
  • Score: 2

12:00am Thu 20 Mar 14

grumpyandopinionated says...

I don't think bringing in a new manager now is too late I think it's forward thinking. No point in looking for a new manager during the summer when it'll be too late for team changes to be made, and will end up just being in a rush and then start the new season with a weak side.
I don't think bringing in a new manager now is too late I think it's forward thinking. No point in looking for a new manager during the summer when it'll be too late for team changes to be made, and will end up just being in a rush and then start the new season with a weak side. grumpyandopinionated
  • Score: -2

12:00am Thu 20 Mar 14

chico16 says...

Please , Please JE sort out this mess . There are so many reasons why we must not be relegated.. Most sides do not come back up quickly, support disappears, sponsors disappears. Football league handouts reduce from 717,000 to 47,000. ---except for first year when there is a parachute payment of 248,000.
All of this spells a major catastrophe .
We can get out of jail, but stop any more talking about hard luck stories and get this lot in 7 days a week. Crow is rotund and others get injured at the drop of a hat .
Fitness does not appear to be top of the agenda.
Time is running out .
How many of these players can reasonably expect to remain at the club with performances like this ?
Tonight we pressed the self destruct button.
I am a desperate supporter. !!!!!!!!!!!!
Please , Please JE sort out this mess . There are so many reasons why we must not be relegated.. Most sides do not come back up quickly, support disappears, sponsors disappears. Football league handouts reduce from 717,000 to 47,000. ---except for first year when there is a parachute payment of 248,000. All of this spells a major catastrophe . We can get out of jail, but stop any more talking about hard luck stories and get this lot in 7 days a week. Crow is rotund and others get injured at the drop of a hat . Fitness does not appear to be top of the agenda. Time is running out . How many of these players can reasonably expect to remain at the club with performances like this ? Tonight we pressed the self destruct button. I am a desperate supporter. !!!!!!!!!!!! chico16
  • Score: 3

12:59am Thu 20 Mar 14

Pez10 says...

If you would of asked any County supporter before the league two campaign kicked off they would of said survival/mid table. They were looking good before the Christmas period, and a lot of supporters assume the impossible. However eight point from twelve games doesn't look good, I feel the Washington move shouldn't have gone ahead. JE without a doubt is the man for the job, it'll take on average a least two season in this division to build a squad for promotion. Its taken the club along time to get back in the football league, JE played a huge part in that final push. The fans need to get behind the Players, the Manager and the Supporting Staff. Football league status is very much important for the time being.
If you would of asked any County supporter before the league two campaign kicked off they would of said survival/mid table. They were looking good before the Christmas period, and a lot of supporters assume the impossible. However eight point from twelve games doesn't look good, I feel the Washington move shouldn't have gone ahead. JE without a doubt is the man for the job, it'll take on average a least two season in this division to build a squad for promotion. Its taken the club along time to get back in the football league, JE played a huge part in that final push. The fans need to get behind the Players, the Manager and the Supporting Staff. Football league status is very much important for the time being. Pez10
  • Score: 7

1:05am Thu 20 Mar 14

Pez10 says...

Eight point from fifteen games, correction !
Eight point from fifteen games, correction ! Pez10
  • Score: 2

2:17am Thu 20 Mar 14

COUNTYVOICE says...

canot really add much to the above, NO STRIKER, MISTAKES at the back , NO DEFINED PENALTY TAKER, CRAP PITCH, and ONE WIN IN 15.

i can understand PIPE'S frustration boiling over, he gives his all for the club, even when he's told again that he has no future.

MINSHULL is keeping things together and seems to be the only other player making the efforts. PIDGELY is sorley missed, TONY JAMES is sorely missed.

CONOR WASHINGTON is greatly missed. a GAME PLAN and STRATEGY is sadly lacking, and the ATTENDANCES are plummeting.

the perfomrances plummeted like this just before DEAN HOLDSWORTH did his moonlight flit in the conference.

i think COUNTY will hobble to safety this season as at least 11 teams are vying for two spots) but it will go to the wire.

maybe TIM HARRIS is being sorely missed as the BRAINS behind the scenes. as nothing logical seems to be coming out of rodney parade at the moment .

10 games to go chaps and i would say you need another 7 points to survive. and for the first time this year PLAY OFF talk has not been mentioned .......... let the new buzz words be AVOID RELEGATION as we dont want to spend another 25 years waiting to get back into league,

COUNTY get your heads out of your arses , and get into the real world before its too late

from a frustrated true amber supporter (not a fickle one ;-)
canot really add much to the above, NO STRIKER, MISTAKES at the back , NO DEFINED PENALTY TAKER, CRAP PITCH, and ONE WIN IN 15. i can understand PIPE'S frustration boiling over, he gives his all for the club, even when he's told again that he has no future. MINSHULL is keeping things together and seems to be the only other player making the efforts. PIDGELY is sorley missed, TONY JAMES is sorely missed. CONOR WASHINGTON is greatly missed. a GAME PLAN and STRATEGY is sadly lacking, and the ATTENDANCES are plummeting. the perfomrances plummeted like this just before DEAN HOLDSWORTH did his moonlight flit in the conference. i think COUNTY will hobble to safety this season as at least 11 teams are vying for two spots) but it will go to the wire. maybe TIM HARRIS is being sorely missed as the BRAINS behind the scenes. as nothing logical seems to be coming out of rodney parade at the moment . 10 games to go chaps and i would say you need another 7 points to survive. and for the first time this year PLAY OFF talk has not been mentioned .......... let the new buzz words be AVOID RELEGATION as we dont want to spend another 25 years waiting to get back into league, COUNTY get your heads out of your arses , and get into the real world before its too late from a frustrated true amber supporter (not a fickle one ;-) COUNTYVOICE
  • Score: 6

6:21am Thu 20 Mar 14

Clever Trevor says...

You can blame the defence all you want,but if you let the opposition run at you like that then there is little you can do,take your chances,score your penalties,keep 11 on the pitch and you will give yourself a chance.
I was a defender in my day,and i must say i feel sorry for ours,peope come on here moaning about the defence,but if we were3-0 up and lost 3-4 then i would say fair enough,but take your chances and give the defence a break.
Not long ago people were moaning that a striker should always take a pen,what now,another different penalty taker ?
The same scenario happened to York last year,they survived and are stronger for it this year,keep the faith.
You can blame the defence all you want,but if you let the opposition run at you like that then there is little you can do,take your chances,score your penalties,keep 11 on the pitch and you will give yourself a chance. I was a defender in my day,and i must say i feel sorry for ours,peope come on here moaning about the defence,but if we were3-0 up and lost 3-4 then i would say fair enough,but take your chances and give the defence a break. Not long ago people were moaning that a striker should always take a pen,what now,another different penalty taker ? The same scenario happened to York last year,they survived and are stronger for it this year,keep the faith. Clever Trevor
  • Score: 3

7:44am Thu 20 Mar 14

ex-St. Julians boy says...

In my opinion, this unfortunate turn of form can be understood by the use of one word ... glue. Using Manchester United as an example, Sir Alex Ferguson was the glue that held everything together at Old Trafford. Take away the glue and everything falls apart as we have seen since. It is abundantly clear that David Moyes is not glue. Transfer that thought process to Newport County. Events this season have only taken a serious turn for the worse since Conor Washington left for Peterborough. JE was never the glue that held County together; it should be clear for all to see by now that Conor Washington was. Our glue has gone. Dave Pipe might be considered inspirational to some or many but he is not glue. We need more glue ... it's as simple as that.
In my opinion, this unfortunate turn of form can be understood by the use of one word ... glue. Using Manchester United as an example, Sir Alex Ferguson was the glue that held everything together at Old Trafford. Take away the glue and everything falls apart as we have seen since. It is abundantly clear that David Moyes is not glue. Transfer that thought process to Newport County. Events this season have only taken a serious turn for the worse since Conor Washington left for Peterborough. JE was never the glue that held County together; it should be clear for all to see by now that Conor Washington was. Our glue has gone. Dave Pipe might be considered inspirational to some or many but he is not glue. We need more glue ... it's as simple as that. ex-St. Julians boy
  • Score: -6

8:09am Thu 20 Mar 14

rustyuk1 says...

After last nights performance I’m not going to renew my or my daughters season ticket. Cost has gone up and I can’t justify paying that sort of money for a side with no ambition!
After last nights performance I’m not going to renew my or my daughters season ticket. Cost has gone up and I can’t justify paying that sort of money for a side with no ambition! rustyuk1
  • Score: -1

8:31am Thu 20 Mar 14

exrisca says...

We have played two Conference teams this season. We struggled to beat Braintree 1-0 in a replay and then got hammered at Kidderminster. It is a scarey scenario indeed.
We have played two Conference teams this season. We struggled to beat Braintree 1-0 in a replay and then got hammered at Kidderminster. It is a scarey scenario indeed. exrisca
  • Score: 3

9:14am Thu 20 Mar 14

calvinhunt1950@gmail.com says...

JE not a clue, on team selection,has lost the dressing room ,new manager must come in quickly, or its conference football next season , its down 2 the board, remove JE NOW !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
JE not a clue, on team selection,has lost the dressing room ,new manager must come in quickly, or its conference football next season , its down 2 the board, remove JE NOW !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! calvinhunt1950@gmail.com
  • Score: -3

9:27am Thu 20 Mar 14

Brat1965 says...

I bet they're laughing their socks off at Wrexham! No need for Torquay crowd to turn up. The points are theirs!
I bet they're laughing their socks off at Wrexham! No need for Torquay crowd to turn up. The points are theirs! Brat1965
  • Score: 1

9:51am Thu 20 Mar 14

NakedDancer says...

ex-St. Julians boy wrote:
In my opinion, this unfortunate turn of form can be understood by the use of one word ... glue. Using Manchester United as an example, Sir Alex Ferguson was the glue that held everything together at Old Trafford. Take away the glue and everything falls apart as we have seen since. It is abundantly clear that David Moyes is not glue. Transfer that thought process to Newport County. Events this season have only taken a serious turn for the worse since Conor Washington left for Peterborough. JE was never the glue that held County together; it should be clear for all to see by now that Conor Washington was. Our glue has gone. Dave Pipe might be considered inspirational to some or many but he is not glue. We need more glue ... it's as simple as that.
Sorry, Conor was no more than an exciting prospect (he didnt even play much until Zeb was injured and rarely scored) but I agree he was a threat and another attacking threat alongside Zeb is needed. More importantly the County first half defending was non existent and an average Dagenham team should have been out of sight by half time. Somehow County were still in it at half time and played ok second half. Didn't create much but a draw would have been fair. Ultimately the penalty miss and miss by Chapman meant County couldn't steal anything.

Two wins needed from 9 matches - but most games against promotion chasing teams or teams fighting to avoid relegation. More injuries for Torquay and Pipe suspended. I cant see where those points will come from, very worrying.
[quote][p][bold]ex-St. Julians boy[/bold] wrote: In my opinion, this unfortunate turn of form can be understood by the use of one word ... glue. Using Manchester United as an example, Sir Alex Ferguson was the glue that held everything together at Old Trafford. Take away the glue and everything falls apart as we have seen since. It is abundantly clear that David Moyes is not glue. Transfer that thought process to Newport County. Events this season have only taken a serious turn for the worse since Conor Washington left for Peterborough. JE was never the glue that held County together; it should be clear for all to see by now that Conor Washington was. Our glue has gone. Dave Pipe might be considered inspirational to some or many but he is not glue. We need more glue ... it's as simple as that.[/p][/quote]Sorry, Conor was no more than an exciting prospect (he didnt even play much until Zeb was injured and rarely scored) but I agree he was a threat and another attacking threat alongside Zeb is needed. More importantly the County first half defending was non existent and an average Dagenham team should have been out of sight by half time. Somehow County were still in it at half time and played ok second half. Didn't create much but a draw would have been fair. Ultimately the penalty miss and miss by Chapman meant County couldn't steal anything. Two wins needed from 9 matches - but most games against promotion chasing teams or teams fighting to avoid relegation. More injuries for Torquay and Pipe suspended. I cant see where those points will come from, very worrying. NakedDancer
  • Score: 5

10:31am Thu 20 Mar 14

asrncafc says...

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  • Score: 3

11:13am Thu 20 Mar 14

hazellboy says...

may sound negative but desperate times need desperate measures , the county need to" park the bus" at home and away matches and play for 1 point, with good organisation/discipl
ine 10 men behind the ball is hard to break down even against better teams than league 2, so 1 up front to run his **** off until half time, sub to do the same 2nd half then a bank of 5 in front of the back 4, must keep their shape though, simple plan as long as the players stick to it, if JE jumps ship I am available !
may sound negative but desperate times need desperate measures , the county need to" park the bus" at home and away matches and play for 1 point, with good organisation/discipl ine 10 men behind the ball is hard to break down even against better teams than league 2, so 1 up front to run his **** off until half time, sub to do the same 2nd half then a bank of 5 in front of the back 4, must keep their shape though, simple plan as long as the players stick to it, if JE jumps ship I am available ! hazellboy
  • Score: 5

11:36am Thu 20 Mar 14

sooty001 says...

List of excuses
We have lots of injuries
We have had lots of games called off
We are finding it difficult to play on this pitch
Not once have I heard JE say " I have picked the wrong team "
Seems everything is to blame except the man responsible.
Something is wrong somewhere, the Chairman is not contactable, the dressing room is in turmoil, SOMEBODY get a GRIP and sort this mess out.
List of excuses We have lots of injuries We have had lots of games called off We are finding it difficult to play on this pitch Not once have I heard JE say " I have picked the wrong team " Seems everything is to blame except the man responsible. Something is wrong somewhere, the Chairman is not contactable, the dressing room is in turmoil, SOMEBODY get a GRIP and sort this mess out. sooty001
  • Score: 2

12:32pm Thu 20 Mar 14

jetspotter says...

Simple truth is that sport is all all about psychology. When County first came into the league they had got used to winning ways in the Conference and they played with confidence, expecting to play well. A few good results and opposition teams automatically feel a bit hesitant against us, not really knowing what to expect. A few games lost and a double whammy comes into play. Not only does the team become more fearful and hesitant but the opposition, sensing this, quickly grows in confidence. In no time at all what starts as a subtle psychological shift becomes a yawning chasm and supporters are left shaking heads at so catastrophic and seemingly bewildering turn of events. And of course, once the tide begins to turn, that fairweather friend 'luck', becomes the enemy and chaos reigns. The answer ? Batten down the hatches, play a tight formation and hope that things begin to turn back in our favour. Now is not the time to panic or make irrational decisions like sacking the manager. I'm nervous but by no means despondent.....yet !!!!
Simple truth is that sport is all all about psychology. When County first came into the league they had got used to winning ways in the Conference and they played with confidence, expecting to play well. A few good results and opposition teams automatically feel a bit hesitant against us, not really knowing what to expect. A few games lost and a double whammy comes into play. Not only does the team become more fearful and hesitant but the opposition, sensing this, quickly grows in confidence. In no time at all what starts as a subtle psychological shift becomes a yawning chasm and supporters are left shaking heads at so catastrophic and seemingly bewildering turn of events. And of course, once the tide begins to turn, that fairweather friend 'luck', becomes the enemy and chaos reigns. The answer ? Batten down the hatches, play a tight formation and hope that things begin to turn back in our favour. Now is not the time to panic or make irrational decisions like sacking the manager. I'm nervous but by no means despondent.....yet !!!! jetspotter
  • Score: 0

1:23pm Thu 20 Mar 14

Brat1965 says...

Of course we're disappointed...again
. But for some idiots to call for the resignation of J.E. is a bit rich, when you consider all he has done for the club! 'Short memories' is the phrase that springs to mind. All will come good, you mark my words. I certainly am not alone when I say hopefully, Oxford are NOT chasing him for themselves. Support the man!
Of course we're disappointed...again . But for some idiots to call for the resignation of J.E. is a bit rich, when you consider all he has done for the club! 'Short memories' is the phrase that springs to mind. All will come good, you mark my words. I certainly am not alone when I say hopefully, Oxford are NOT chasing him for themselves. Support the man! Brat1965
  • Score: 5

3:00pm Thu 20 Mar 14

marcus007 says...

Some crap on here - JE is the best manager County have had - we had a makeshift defence, missed a penalty and then just when we might get a point the captain goes AWOL again. Can we stop the negativity and get behind the players and management in the last ten games and we might just finish the season well
Some crap on here - JE is the best manager County have had - we had a makeshift defence, missed a penalty and then just when we might get a point the captain goes AWOL again. Can we stop the negativity and get behind the players and management in the last ten games and we might just finish the season well marcus007
  • Score: 2

3:38pm Thu 20 Mar 14

JimMachen says...

marcus007 wrote:
Some crap on here - JE is the best manager County have had - we had a makeshift defence, missed a penalty and then just when we might get a point the captain goes AWOL again. Can we stop the negativity and get behind the players and management in the last ten games and we might just finish the season well
Meh. I've never been one for this elevation of JE to godlike status. He took over from Hudson with 33 games of the season remaining and all he had to do was get us three places higher in the league. He managed that eventually plus one, but four months to the day after his appointment, we were still in a relegation position having managed slightly over a point per game in that period. For me, the biggest driver in getting us clear of relegation was Santwris' Player Fund and not JE.

And as for last season, how much did we overspend by to get promoted? Something like the thick end of £400k? That is more than the other Newport County were wound up for.

I don't think that he should be sacked, at least not until the end of the season, but if he decides to leave...............
.......
[quote][p][bold]marcus007[/bold] wrote: Some crap on here - JE is the best manager County have had - we had a makeshift defence, missed a penalty and then just when we might get a point the captain goes AWOL again. Can we stop the negativity and get behind the players and management in the last ten games and we might just finish the season well[/p][/quote]Meh. I've never been one for this elevation of JE to godlike status. He took over from Hudson with 33 games of the season remaining and all he had to do was get us three places higher in the league. He managed that eventually plus one, but four months to the day after his appointment, we were still in a relegation position having managed slightly over a point per game in that period. For me, the biggest driver in getting us clear of relegation was Santwris' Player Fund and not JE. And as for last season, how much did we overspend by to get promoted? Something like the thick end of £400k? That is more than the other Newport County were wound up for. I don't think that he should be sacked, at least not until the end of the season, but if he decides to leave............... ....... JimMachen
  • Score: -1

3:59pm Thu 20 Mar 14

Harps62 says...

marcus007 wrote:
Some crap on here - JE is the best manager County have had - we had a makeshift defence, missed a penalty and then just when we might get a point the captain goes AWOL again. Can we stop the negativity and get behind the players and management in the last ten games and we might just finish the season well
A good Conferance manager.
Not a patch on Len Ashurst or Colin Addison alright am going back a fair old way
Makeshift defence? So who was missing- The Yak that's not going to make much difference is it.
Missed a penalty plus all the others previously.
Game was dead and buried before the Captain got the Red mist again.
How do you think JE will turn it around not by anything said on here as sure he doesn' read these comments
Perhaps Crowe will loose 2 stone and start banging in a few goals.
Really don't think he knows himself anymore
[quote][p][bold]marcus007[/bold] wrote: Some crap on here - JE is the best manager County have had - we had a makeshift defence, missed a penalty and then just when we might get a point the captain goes AWOL again. Can we stop the negativity and get behind the players and management in the last ten games and we might just finish the season well[/p][/quote]A good Conferance manager. Not a patch on Len Ashurst or Colin Addison alright am going back a fair old way Makeshift defence? So who was missing- The Yak that's not going to make much difference is it. Missed a penalty plus all the others previously. Game was dead and buried before the Captain got the Red mist again. How do you think JE will turn it around not by anything said on here as sure he doesn' read these comments Perhaps Crowe will loose 2 stone and start banging in a few goals. Really don't think he knows himself anymore Harps62
  • Score: 0

4:41pm Thu 20 Mar 14

marcus007 says...

Harps62 wrote:
marcus007 wrote: Some crap on here - JE is the best manager County have had - we had a makeshift defence, missed a penalty and then just when we might get a point the captain goes AWOL again. Can we stop the negativity and get behind the players and management in the last ten games and we might just finish the season well
A good Conferance manager. Not a patch on Len Ashurst or Colin Addison alright am going back a fair old way Makeshift defence? So who was missing- The Yak that's not going to make much difference is it. Missed a penalty plus all the others previously. Game was dead and buried before the Captain got the Red mist again. How do you think JE will turn it around not by anything said on here as sure he doesn' read these comments Perhaps Crowe will loose 2 stone and start banging in a few goals. Really don't think he knows himself anymore
A good conference manager learning League Two so give the guy a chance before he walks. We had no height in the side last night with Yakubu and Worley not in the first eleven and Jackson played out of position. Very few sides at this level hang on with 10 men and despite us not playing well, it was always possible to level from a set piece. That is one thing we do pretty well at the moment

I would do three things:
Get back to playing four at the back
Play 4-4-2 or 4-5-1 away at get the midfield to contribute more from deep
Put Pipe in the stands
[quote][p][bold]Harps62[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]marcus007[/bold] wrote: Some crap on here - JE is the best manager County have had - we had a makeshift defence, missed a penalty and then just when we might get a point the captain goes AWOL again. Can we stop the negativity and get behind the players and management in the last ten games and we might just finish the season well[/p][/quote]A good Conferance manager. Not a patch on Len Ashurst or Colin Addison alright am going back a fair old way Makeshift defence? So who was missing- The Yak that's not going to make much difference is it. Missed a penalty plus all the others previously. Game was dead and buried before the Captain got the Red mist again. How do you think JE will turn it around not by anything said on here as sure he doesn' read these comments Perhaps Crowe will loose 2 stone and start banging in a few goals. Really don't think he knows himself anymore[/p][/quote]A good conference manager learning League Two so give the guy a chance before he walks. We had no height in the side last night with Yakubu and Worley not in the first eleven and Jackson played out of position. Very few sides at this level hang on with 10 men and despite us not playing well, it was always possible to level from a set piece. That is one thing we do pretty well at the moment I would do three things: Get back to playing four at the back Play 4-4-2 or 4-5-1 away at get the midfield to contribute more from deep Put Pipe in the stands marcus007
  • Score: 3

5:07pm Thu 20 Mar 14

Harps62 says...

Marcus
Think Worley was dropped to the bench after his poor performance on Sunday.
From what you say just another poor decision from JE then.
Also who is going to score any goals playing1 up front.
10 goal less games would be a possibility I suppose and we would still be up but maybe you and me and under a 1000 watching
Marcus Think Worley was dropped to the bench after his poor performance on Sunday. From what you say just another poor decision from JE then. Also who is going to score any goals playing1 up front. 10 goal less games would be a possibility I suppose and we would still be up but maybe you and me and under a 1000 watching Harps62
  • Score: 1

5:12pm Thu 20 Mar 14

Adrian Williams says...

Please please please don't play Crowe again
Please please please don't play Crowe again Adrian Williams
  • Score: 0

5:14pm Thu 20 Mar 14

NakedDancer says...

marcus007 wrote:
Harps62 wrote:
marcus007 wrote: Some crap on here - JE is the best manager County have had - we had a makeshift defence, missed a penalty and then just when we might get a point the captain goes AWOL again. Can we stop the negativity and get behind the players and management in the last ten games and we might just finish the season well
A good Conferance manager. Not a patch on Len Ashurst or Colin Addison alright am going back a fair old way Makeshift defence? So who was missing- The Yak that's not going to make much difference is it. Missed a penalty plus all the others previously. Game was dead and buried before the Captain got the Red mist again. How do you think JE will turn it around not by anything said on here as sure he doesn' read these comments Perhaps Crowe will loose 2 stone and start banging in a few goals. Really don't think he knows himself anymore
A good conference manager learning League Two so give the guy a chance before he walks. We had no height in the side last night with Yakubu and Worley not in the first eleven and Jackson played out of position. Very few sides at this level hang on with 10 men and despite us not playing well, it was always possible to level from a set piece. That is one thing we do pretty well at the moment I would do three things: Get back to playing four at the back Play 4-4-2 or 4-5-1 away at get the midfield to contribute more from deep Put Pipe in the stands
I agree JE is a good manager despite the obvious problems since Xmas. He will be a better and stronger manager next season after this seasons experience but in the meantime County have a desperately tough challenge to avoid relegation.

Last night the game was over by the time Pipe was sent off so thats no bearing. Dagenham didnt play high balls or have a big team so lack of defenders height is no excuse.

The County defending first half was totally inept tactically and individually (the team as a whole, not just the defenders). Any good team starts with defence and being hard to beat. Holdsworth had many 1-0 and 0-0 results. Other teams have worked out County can't defend.
[quote][p][bold]marcus007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harps62[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]marcus007[/bold] wrote: Some crap on here - JE is the best manager County have had - we had a makeshift defence, missed a penalty and then just when we might get a point the captain goes AWOL again. Can we stop the negativity and get behind the players and management in the last ten games and we might just finish the season well[/p][/quote]A good Conferance manager. Not a patch on Len Ashurst or Colin Addison alright am going back a fair old way Makeshift defence? So who was missing- The Yak that's not going to make much difference is it. Missed a penalty plus all the others previously. Game was dead and buried before the Captain got the Red mist again. How do you think JE will turn it around not by anything said on here as sure he doesn' read these comments Perhaps Crowe will loose 2 stone and start banging in a few goals. Really don't think he knows himself anymore[/p][/quote]A good conference manager learning League Two so give the guy a chance before he walks. We had no height in the side last night with Yakubu and Worley not in the first eleven and Jackson played out of position. Very few sides at this level hang on with 10 men and despite us not playing well, it was always possible to level from a set piece. That is one thing we do pretty well at the moment I would do three things: Get back to playing four at the back Play 4-4-2 or 4-5-1 away at get the midfield to contribute more from deep Put Pipe in the stands[/p][/quote]I agree JE is a good manager despite the obvious problems since Xmas. He will be a better and stronger manager next season after this seasons experience but in the meantime County have a desperately tough challenge to avoid relegation. Last night the game was over by the time Pipe was sent off so thats no bearing. Dagenham didnt play high balls or have a big team so lack of defenders height is no excuse. The County defending first half was totally inept tactically and individually (the team as a whole, not just the defenders). Any good team starts with defence and being hard to beat. Holdsworth had many 1-0 and 0-0 results. Other teams have worked out County can't defend. NakedDancer
  • Score: 0

5:35pm Thu 20 Mar 14

marcus007 says...

NakedDancer wrote:
marcus007 wrote:
Harps62 wrote:
marcus007 wrote: Some crap on here - JE is the best manager County have had - we had a makeshift defence, missed a penalty and then just when we might get a point the captain goes AWOL again. Can we stop the negativity and get behind the players and management in the last ten games and we might just finish the season well
A good Conferance manager. Not a patch on Len Ashurst or Colin Addison alright am going back a fair old way Makeshift defence? So who was missing- The Yak that's not going to make much difference is it. Missed a penalty plus all the others previously. Game was dead and buried before the Captain got the Red mist again. How do you think JE will turn it around not by anything said on here as sure he doesn' read these comments Perhaps Crowe will loose 2 stone and start banging in a few goals. Really don't think he knows himself anymore
A good conference manager learning League Two so give the guy a chance before he walks. We had no height in the side last night with Yakubu and Worley not in the first eleven and Jackson played out of position. Very few sides at this level hang on with 10 men and despite us not playing well, it was always possible to level from a set piece. That is one thing we do pretty well at the moment I would do three things: Get back to playing four at the back Play 4-4-2 or 4-5-1 away at get the midfield to contribute more from deep Put Pipe in the stands
I agree JE is a good manager despite the obvious problems since Xmas. He will be a better and stronger manager next season after this seasons experience but in the meantime County have a desperately tough challenge to avoid relegation. Last night the game was over by the time Pipe was sent off so thats no bearing. Dagenham didnt play high balls or have a big team so lack of defenders height is no excuse. The County defending first half was totally inept tactically and individually (the team as a whole, not just the defenders). Any good team starts with defence and being hard to beat. Holdsworth had many 1-0 and 0-0 results. Other teams have worked out County can't defend.
Dagenham were small and nimble but the first goal came from a free kick down the middle which should have been headed away but we were not concentrating. The number of times the ball was allowed to drop or we failed to make clean headers gave me cause for concern. I agree that it starts at the back and if we do have to play one up front and flood men foward from midfield and grind out draw after draw I don't care..
[quote][p][bold]NakedDancer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]marcus007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harps62[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]marcus007[/bold] wrote: Some crap on here - JE is the best manager County have had - we had a makeshift defence, missed a penalty and then just when we might get a point the captain goes AWOL again. Can we stop the negativity and get behind the players and management in the last ten games and we might just finish the season well[/p][/quote]A good Conferance manager. Not a patch on Len Ashurst or Colin Addison alright am going back a fair old way Makeshift defence? So who was missing- The Yak that's not going to make much difference is it. Missed a penalty plus all the others previously. Game was dead and buried before the Captain got the Red mist again. How do you think JE will turn it around not by anything said on here as sure he doesn' read these comments Perhaps Crowe will loose 2 stone and start banging in a few goals. Really don't think he knows himself anymore[/p][/quote]A good conference manager learning League Two so give the guy a chance before he walks. We had no height in the side last night with Yakubu and Worley not in the first eleven and Jackson played out of position. Very few sides at this level hang on with 10 men and despite us not playing well, it was always possible to level from a set piece. That is one thing we do pretty well at the moment I would do three things: Get back to playing four at the back Play 4-4-2 or 4-5-1 away at get the midfield to contribute more from deep Put Pipe in the stands[/p][/quote]I agree JE is a good manager despite the obvious problems since Xmas. He will be a better and stronger manager next season after this seasons experience but in the meantime County have a desperately tough challenge to avoid relegation. Last night the game was over by the time Pipe was sent off so thats no bearing. Dagenham didnt play high balls or have a big team so lack of defenders height is no excuse. The County defending first half was totally inept tactically and individually (the team as a whole, not just the defenders). Any good team starts with defence and being hard to beat. Holdsworth had many 1-0 and 0-0 results. Other teams have worked out County can't defend.[/p][/quote]Dagenham were small and nimble but the first goal came from a free kick down the middle which should have been headed away but we were not concentrating. The number of times the ball was allowed to drop or we failed to make clean headers gave me cause for concern. I agree that it starts at the back and if we do have to play one up front and flood men foward from midfield and grind out draw after draw I don't care.. marcus007
  • Score: 2

6:09pm Thu 20 Mar 14

COUNTYVOICE says...

fellow messagers fellow messagers no more knee jerk reactions for the managers head (that was what he was on about in an argus article last week).

remember the old saying UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL, get behind JUSTIN FOR THE REMAINING 10 GAMES.

the time to get the stocks out is at the end of the season , not at a crucial time like this. EVERY COUNTY FAN GET OVER THE PARADE, , SHOUT AS ONE , NOT AS INDIVIDUAL DISSENTING VOICES.

JETSPOTTER IS RIGHT , ITS ALL TO DO WITH CONFIDENCE, All this petty bickering and back biting has to stop , give justin the chance to turn it around.

justin over to you ...........
fellow messagers fellow messagers no more knee jerk reactions for the managers head (that was what he was on about in an argus article last week). remember the old saying UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL, get behind JUSTIN FOR THE REMAINING 10 GAMES. the time to get the stocks out is at the end of the season , not at a crucial time like this. EVERY COUNTY FAN GET OVER THE PARADE, , SHOUT AS ONE , NOT AS INDIVIDUAL DISSENTING VOICES. JETSPOTTER IS RIGHT , ITS ALL TO DO WITH CONFIDENCE, All this petty bickering and back biting has to stop , give justin the chance to turn it around. justin over to you ........... COUNTYVOICE
  • Score: 5

7:01pm Thu 20 Mar 14

sooty001 says...

Adrian Williams wrote:
Please please please don't play Crowe again
You are wasting your typing finger, he will keep playing him, and if he ever manages to get another goal God help us, he will be there for the duration.
[quote][p][bold]Adrian Williams[/bold] wrote: Please please please don't play Crowe again[/p][/quote]You are wasting your typing finger, he will keep playing him, and if he ever manages to get another goal God help us, he will be there for the duration. sooty001
  • Score: 2

7:32pm Thu 20 Mar 14

Harps62 says...

sooty001 wrote:
Adrian Williams wrote:
Please please please don't play Crowe again
You are wasting your typing finger, he will keep playing him, and if he ever manages to get another goal God help us, he will be there for the duration.
Sooty how he can pick an overweight Crowe is beyond me
Just watched the highlights on U tube and the bloke is waddling as the teams shake hands.
The bigger disappointment for me this year is Christian Jolly. I thought he would be a star at this level even better than last year but he looks totally out of his depth.
[quote][p][bold]sooty001[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Adrian Williams[/bold] wrote: Please please please don't play Crowe again[/p][/quote]You are wasting your typing finger, he will keep playing him, and if he ever manages to get another goal God help us, he will be there for the duration.[/p][/quote]Sooty how he can pick an overweight Crowe is beyond me Just watched the highlights on U tube and the bloke is waddling as the teams shake hands. The bigger disappointment for me this year is Christian Jolly. I thought he would be a star at this level even better than last year but he looks totally out of his depth. Harps62
  • Score: 1

9:03pm Thu 20 Mar 14

Rodneyboy says...

COUNTYVOICE wrote:
fellow messagers fellow messagers no more knee jerk reactions for the managers head (that was what he was on about in an argus article last week).

remember the old saying UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL, get behind JUSTIN FOR THE REMAINING 10 GAMES.

the time to get the stocks out is at the end of the season , not at a crucial time like this. EVERY COUNTY FAN GET OVER THE PARADE, , SHOUT AS ONE , NOT AS INDIVIDUAL DISSENTING VOICES.

JETSPOTTER IS RIGHT , ITS ALL TO DO WITH CONFIDENCE, All this petty bickering and back biting has to stop , give justin the chance to turn it around.

justin over to you ...........
Well said.If we are not going to get in to a relegation dog fight we must get behind the manager and the team.Lets start cheering the team to victories.AMBER ARMY
[quote][p][bold]COUNTYVOICE[/bold] wrote: fellow messagers fellow messagers no more knee jerk reactions for the managers head (that was what he was on about in an argus article last week). remember the old saying UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL, get behind JUSTIN FOR THE REMAINING 10 GAMES. the time to get the stocks out is at the end of the season , not at a crucial time like this. EVERY COUNTY FAN GET OVER THE PARADE, , SHOUT AS ONE , NOT AS INDIVIDUAL DISSENTING VOICES. JETSPOTTER IS RIGHT , ITS ALL TO DO WITH CONFIDENCE, All this petty bickering and back biting has to stop , give justin the chance to turn it around. justin over to you ...........[/p][/quote]Well said.If we are not going to get in to a relegation dog fight we must get behind the manager and the team.Lets start cheering the team to victories.AMBER ARMY Rodneyboy
  • Score: 2

9:28pm Thu 20 Mar 14

jetspotter says...

If you want me to comment, then I'm,
Your man for a topical rhyme,
J.E.s in the mire,
The players are dire,
But all will come good...'Justin' time !!

Well that's what I'm praying !!!!
If you want me to comment, then I'm, Your man for a topical rhyme, J.E.s in the mire, The players are dire, But all will come good...'Justin' time !! Well that's what I'm praying !!!! jetspotter
  • Score: 4

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