Morecambe 3 County 2

Morecambe 3 County 2

Morecambe 3 County 2

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NEWPORT County AFC threw away a commanding position to lose 3-2 at bogey side Morecambe with Kevin Ellison once again a thorn in the side of the Exiles.

Two goals in three first half minutes from Adam Chapman and Aaron O’Connor looked to have given Justin Edinburgh's men their first win of the League Two campaign.

Chapman blasted in from the edge of the area on 27 minutes after Robbie Willmott’s free-kick deflected off the wall.

And two minutes later O’Connor was in the right place at the right time to bundle the ball in on the line and put the visitors in charge.

Justin Edinburgh’s men were after revenge over Morecambe having suffered home and away defeats to the Shrimps last season, losing 3-2 at home and 4-1 at the Globe Arena.

But the hosts fought back in the second half with Ellison, who won two penalties against Tom Naylor last season, again at the forefront.

A fabulous free-kick from the 35-year-old reduced the deficit on 58 minutes as his 25-yard strike flew past Lenny Pidgeley.

Then five minutes later it was 2-2 after a mix-up between Pidgeley and Darren Jones allowed Ellison to nip in and nod home his second of the game.

And the fightback was complete on 84 minutes as substitute Paul Mullin found himself in acres of space at the far post to head past Pidgeley.

Edinburgh said: "After a very good start and a very good opening 45 minutes, it was a typical case of shooting yourself in the foot.

"We've just got to see the game out there; it's a free header in the box, it's criminal," he said of the winning goal.

"I don't think they've beaten us, I think we've beaten ourselves today and that's the really disappointing factor."

Meanwhile, the draw for the first round of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy took place live on Soccer AM on Saturday morning. 

County AFC were drawn in the south west section against League One Swindon Town.

The tie is to be played in the first week of September, but may be moved due to the NATO Summit to be held in Newport the same week.
 

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5:24pm Sat 16 Aug 14

b3talover says...

Edinburgh out! We have absolutely NO defence. We will be relegated as I've said for months. You can minus score me all you like but you can't ignore the facts. We have shipped EIGHT goals in three games!! Don't get me started on that second half performance. The kindest thing to say would be a few players should have their contracts ripped up and take the financial hit before it's too late! Edinburgh has not bothered to strengthen whilst every other League 2 has. We are sleepwalking to relegation. Why can't anyone else see this!?
Edinburgh out! We have absolutely NO defence. We will be relegated as I've said for months. You can minus score me all you like but you can't ignore the facts. We have shipped EIGHT goals in three games!! Don't get me started on that second half performance. The kindest thing to say would be a few players should have their contracts ripped up and take the financial hit before it's too late! Edinburgh has not bothered to strengthen whilst every other League 2 has. We are sleepwalking to relegation. Why can't anyone else see this!? b3talover
  • Score: 3

5:45pm Sat 16 Aug 14

Rodneyboy says...

A very worrying performance.To throw a 2 goal lead away is an absolute disgrace.Where do we go from here I really don't know.Maybe a 7-2-1 formation should be played at Mansfield
A very worrying performance.To throw a 2 goal lead away is an absolute disgrace.Where do we go from here I really don't know.Maybe a 7-2-1 formation should be played at Mansfield Rodneyboy
  • Score: 22

5:53pm Sat 16 Aug 14

llandaff says...

Aaaaaaaarrrrrggghhh!

Now perhaps the Argus will cease the rubbish they publish before each game. This was most certainly not revenge. It was deja -vu.
Already a lot to do!
Aaaaaaaarrrrrggghhh! Now perhaps the Argus will cease the rubbish they publish before each game. This was most certainly not revenge. It was deja -vu. Already a lot to do! llandaff
  • Score: 13

5:56pm Sat 16 Aug 14

larneman says...

At half time I was ready to eat humble pie after my pigs might fly comment. UNBELIEVABLE. I just wonder (hopefully) if Pulis might consider coming back to Newport. Totally aghast. I felt that poor Mr Thraves was going to break down. I feel so sorry for him and the travelling fans who must have been even more gutted than I am.
At half time I was ready to eat humble pie after my pigs might fly comment. UNBELIEVABLE. I just wonder (hopefully) if Pulis might consider coming back to Newport. Totally aghast. I felt that poor Mr Thraves was going to break down. I feel so sorry for him and the travelling fans who must have been even more gutted than I am. larneman
  • Score: 17

6:14pm Sat 16 Aug 14

Clever Trevor says...

Didn't go to the game today but my mate rang me on the way home and said Lenny was to blame for the first 2 and Yak the 3rd.
TBH Jones and Yak are just bruisers who will mix it all day long but ask them to play a simple ball and it either ends up 30ft in the air or straight into touch,Feeley has been a major disappointment too,Sandell has gone from a public slanging match with JE last year to captain this year,what is going on,i really believe that JE has lost the dressing room.
Pipey must be laughing his socks off right now, a true leader on the pitch and we let him go..........Shambles
,
JE and Dack 1st league 2 duo to go.
Didn't go to the game today but my mate rang me on the way home and said Lenny was to blame for the first 2 and Yak the 3rd. TBH Jones and Yak are just bruisers who will mix it all day long but ask them to play a simple ball and it either ends up 30ft in the air or straight into touch,Feeley has been a major disappointment too,Sandell has gone from a public slanging match with JE last year to captain this year,what is going on,i really believe that JE has lost the dressing room. Pipey must be laughing his socks off right now, a true leader on the pitch and we let him go..........Shambles , JE and Dack 1st league 2 duo to go. Clever Trevor
  • Score: 14

6:22pm Sat 16 Aug 14

sooty001 says...

I feel as though I am loosing the will to live. I go to Reading on Tuesday and see a fine performance of passing football. Then lo and behold come the next match, not only does JE make changes but he drops the man of the match Jackson and puts a liability for a red card Minchill in the side. I must wonder if our manager is on the same planet as the rest of us, two goals up at half time then throw it away. I am glad I did not purchase a season ticket and unless he can get it right soon he will find that the club will be £14 short every home game.
I feel as though I am loosing the will to live. I go to Reading on Tuesday and see a fine performance of passing football. Then lo and behold come the next match, not only does JE make changes but he drops the man of the match Jackson and puts a liability for a red card Minchill in the side. I must wonder if our manager is on the same planet as the rest of us, two goals up at half time then throw it away. I am glad I did not purchase a season ticket and unless he can get it right soon he will find that the club will be £14 short every home game. sooty001
  • Score: 10

6:48pm Sat 16 Aug 14

Frankfurt says...

In very many years of following the County I don't think I have ever known a manager make so many perplexing decisions. I thought that he made an utter mess of team selection and tactics for the game against Wycombe. Then he seemed to redeem himself with a much better effort for Reading. Ah! I thought, now we will keep this team for the next game. Not a bit of it, he leaves 2 players out including his best player at Reading and his signing from FGR who also impressive I believe. So we play without a proper right back again and lose again. I just don't understand what goes on in his head.
In very many years of following the County I don't think I have ever known a manager make so many perplexing decisions. I thought that he made an utter mess of team selection and tactics for the game against Wycombe. Then he seemed to redeem himself with a much better effort for Reading. Ah! I thought, now we will keep this team for the next game. Not a bit of it, he leaves 2 players out including his best player at Reading and his signing from FGR who also impressive I believe. So we play without a proper right back again and lose again. I just don't understand what goes on in his head. Frankfurt
  • Score: 20

6:48pm Sat 16 Aug 14

asrncafc says...

This is an incredible defeat. After a commanding first half, finished off with a two-goal lead, County remained in the dressing room for the second 45 minutes.

A most disconcerting result for the County family - these fans definitely deserve much, much more. Speechless.
This is an incredible defeat. After a commanding first half, finished off with a two-goal lead, County remained in the dressing room for the second 45 minutes. A most disconcerting result for the County family - these fans definitely deserve much, much more. Speechless. asrncafc
  • Score: 16

7:07pm Sat 16 Aug 14

keithbob says...

big respect to justin for my opportunity to visit wembley last year for the first time ever,but since then it has been all downhill.afraid its turning out to be a another false dawn for county and the faithful fans.
i do hope our results will change but not much faith in staying up again this year.
big respect to justin for my opportunity to visit wembley last year for the first time ever,but since then it has been all downhill.afraid its turning out to be a another false dawn for county and the faithful fans. i do hope our results will change but not much faith in staying up again this year. keithbob
  • Score: 13

8:51pm Sat 16 Aug 14

Harps62 says...

Been saying it since last Xmas.
JE is total clueless. So the chairman says he has a job for life until a Premier club comes calling.
What a joke.
His signings over the last 12 months have been dire.
Journeymen every one.
Oh for Washington
Where did that half a million go?
Cannot believe how he treats Jackson the fella has superb potential
Been saying it since last Xmas. JE is total clueless. So the chairman says he has a job for life until a Premier club comes calling. What a joke. His signings over the last 12 months have been dire. Journeymen every one. Oh for Washington Where did that half a million go? Cannot believe how he treats Jackson the fella has superb potential Harps62
  • Score: 11

9:08pm Sat 16 Aug 14

Clever Trevor says...

Has JE done the decent thing yet,not being funny but this has gone far enough,JE has his supporters but who can defend this record,last season we started like a train on the back of promotion,we amassed enough points to just keep us up,pre season was a joke,can you think of any other manager surviving this run,we know he will come out with talk of "the players are hurting,we must pull together,but its the same old worn out tune im afraid.
Thanks JE for what you done in the past,leave now whilst your credibility is still intact.
Has JE done the decent thing yet,not being funny but this has gone far enough,JE has his supporters but who can defend this record,last season we started like a train on the back of promotion,we amassed enough points to just keep us up,pre season was a joke,can you think of any other manager surviving this run,we know he will come out with talk of "the players are hurting,we must pull together,but its the same old worn out tune im afraid. Thanks JE for what you done in the past,leave now whilst your credibility is still intact. Clever Trevor
  • Score: 8

9:12pm Sat 16 Aug 14

COUNTYVOICE says...

im afraid my worse fear has been confirmed the form from the later part of last season has been dragged into this.

the difference?

we dont have a 38 point start like we did last year.

what happened today? total control in the first half , capitulation in the second.

the 80% of the squad was retained last season , i feared then this season would start badly.

CONSISTENCY a football match is for 90 mins not 45 mins. you dont win any points on a first half performance.

get a grip COUNTY. THREE GAMES in and 8 goals conceded .

grow some balls
im afraid my worse fear has been confirmed the form from the later part of last season has been dragged into this. the difference? we dont have a 38 point start like we did last year. what happened today? total control in the first half , capitulation in the second. the 80% of the squad was retained last season , i feared then this season would start badly. CONSISTENCY a football match is for 90 mins not 45 mins. you dont win any points on a first half performance. get a grip COUNTY. THREE GAMES in and 8 goals conceded . grow some balls COUNTYVOICE
  • Score: 7

9:16pm Sat 16 Aug 14

COUNTYVOICE says...

forgot to say ....... we are only 6 point off the play offs ..... so there is still hope !

players some trying to be media pundits and fortune tellers and get down to some hard graft and win football matches
forgot to say ....... we are only 6 point off the play offs ..... so there is still hope ! players some trying to be media pundits and fortune tellers and get down to some hard graft and win football matches COUNTYVOICE
  • Score: 5

12:16am Sun 17 Aug 14

b3talover says...

4 wins in 27. Edinburgh out!!!
4 wins in 27. Edinburgh out!!! b3talover
  • Score: 4

10:03am Sun 17 Aug 14

chico16 says...

I don't think it is time to press the panic button yet , but it is only a couple of games away .
The Conference is a very difficult league to get out of and it is so easy to be in the middle of the table for years.
Already I am prepared to settle for safety in Div 2 .
We did the most difficult thing yesterday and score first . Then we concede 3 . Not acceptable.!!
JE promised a clear out in close season and it never came .He could see from Christmas to end of April that the players at the club we just not good enough and maybe the ones he signs are also not good enough at his level.
How about going to meet the mangers of Cardiff and Swansea and see if there are any loan payers available.??
Some of our players need to concentrate full time on football. Do we also have one player on holiday at present ?
How about shedding a few now before it is too late and reduce the wage bill before the transfer window closes.
One last thing is that JE needs to get tough with this lot. There is nothing acceptable in the first two games..---and he should not hide behind one good spell yesterday.
It is all very disappointing and shows preseason stuff counts for nothing .
The grind is on ----are these guys ready for and up for it .?????
I don't think it is time to press the panic button yet , but it is only a couple of games away . The Conference is a very difficult league to get out of and it is so easy to be in the middle of the table for years. Already I am prepared to settle for safety in Div 2 . We did the most difficult thing yesterday and score first . Then we concede 3 . Not acceptable.!! JE promised a clear out in close season and it never came .He could see from Christmas to end of April that the players at the club we just not good enough and maybe the ones he signs are also not good enough at his level. How about going to meet the mangers of Cardiff and Swansea and see if there are any loan payers available.?? Some of our players need to concentrate full time on football. Do we also have one player on holiday at present ? How about shedding a few now before it is too late and reduce the wage bill before the transfer window closes. One last thing is that JE needs to get tough with this lot. There is nothing acceptable in the first two games..---and he should not hide behind one good spell yesterday. It is all very disappointing and shows preseason stuff counts for nothing . The grind is on ----are these guys ready for and up for it .????? chico16
  • Score: 3

11:40am Sun 17 Aug 14

Roland Thompson-Gunner says...

Anyone calling for the manager's head must also know of someone who is:

a) available two weeks into the new season
b) would be guaranteed to do a better job
c) can do this better job on the basis of a budget with a big dent in it from having to pay off the sacked manager and (presumably) his coaching staff and maybe half a dozen players.

Tony Pulis. Yeah, right.
Anyone calling for the manager's head must also know of someone who is: a) available two weeks into the new season b) would be guaranteed to do a better job c) can do this better job on the basis of a budget with a big dent in it from having to pay off the sacked manager and (presumably) his coaching staff and maybe half a dozen players. Tony Pulis. Yeah, right. Roland Thompson-Gunner
  • Score: 4

11:43am Sun 17 Aug 14

COUNTYVOICE says...

county's squad is competitive , but to not close the game out at 2-0 at half time ......... now that is criminal
county's squad is competitive , but to not close the game out at 2-0 at half time ......... now that is criminal COUNTYVOICE
  • Score: 2

12:14pm Sun 17 Aug 14

Roland Thompson-Gunner says...

and I'll add that a new manager would also need to be

d) affordable.
e) happy to commit to a club which is prepared to back a manager pre-season and sack him two weeks in.
f) prepared to work with the existing playing and other staff if he can't bring in his own.
and I'll add that a new manager would also need to be d) affordable. e) happy to commit to a club which is prepared to back a manager pre-season and sack him two weeks in. f) prepared to work with the existing playing and other staff if he can't bring in his own. Roland Thompson-Gunner
  • Score: -3

1:26pm Sun 17 Aug 14

Harps62 says...

Roland Thompson-Gunner wrote:
and I'll add that a new manager would also need to be

d) affordable.
e) happy to commit to a club which is prepared to back a manager pre-season and sack him two weeks in.
f) prepared to work with the existing playing and other staff if he can't bring in his own.
Fair enough.
What would you do?
Presume you are happy to see us struggle all season then,.at least that would not cost anything apart from our league status.
No other league club would of started this season with the same manager and his track record after Xmas.
Waiting for a Premiership vacancy
Do me a favour!!
[quote][p][bold]Roland Thompson-Gunner[/bold] wrote: and I'll add that a new manager would also need to be d) affordable. e) happy to commit to a club which is prepared to back a manager pre-season and sack him two weeks in. f) prepared to work with the existing playing and other staff if he can't bring in his own.[/p][/quote]Fair enough. What would you do? Presume you are happy to see us struggle all season then,.at least that would not cost anything apart from our league status. No other league club would of started this season with the same manager and his track record after Xmas. Waiting for a Premiership vacancy Do me a favour!! Harps62
  • Score: 1

1:58pm Sun 17 Aug 14

Tony Soprano says...

The fact that Les said a Justin has a " job for life " is totally beyond belief.
The fact that Les said a Justin has a " job for life " is totally beyond belief. Tony Soprano
  • Score: 3

2:49pm Sun 17 Aug 14

ex-St. Julians boy says...

I wonder if he's compiled a new list of excuses for the new season or will he stick with the tried and tested ones he used last season.
I wonder if he's compiled a new list of excuses for the new season or will he stick with the tried and tested ones he used last season. ex-St. Julians boy
  • Score: 2

3:05pm Sun 17 Aug 14

Roland Thompson-Gunner says...

Harps62 wrote:
Roland Thompson-Gunner wrote:
and I'll add that a new manager would also need to be

d) affordable.
e) happy to commit to a club which is prepared to back a manager pre-season and sack him two weeks in.
f) prepared to work with the existing playing and other staff if he can't bring in his own.
Fair enough.
What would you do?
Presume you are happy to see us struggle all season then,.at least that would not cost anything apart from our league status.
No other league club would of started this season with the same manager and his track record after Xmas.
Waiting for a Premiership vacancy
Do me a favour!!
How on earth do you make the leap from me not wanting to sack the manager nine days in to me being happy to struggle all season?

What I would do is play 4-4-2, get a traditional left back to play behind Sandell and if he doesn't break into their first team straight away, try and borrow Oshilaja from Cardiff again. Last season went off the rails when he left.

Current form extrapolated over the whole season would not see us relegated, BTW. Two whole games!!!
[quote][p][bold]Harps62[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Roland Thompson-Gunner[/bold] wrote: and I'll add that a new manager would also need to be d) affordable. e) happy to commit to a club which is prepared to back a manager pre-season and sack him two weeks in. f) prepared to work with the existing playing and other staff if he can't bring in his own.[/p][/quote]Fair enough. What would you do? Presume you are happy to see us struggle all season then,.at least that would not cost anything apart from our league status. No other league club would of started this season with the same manager and his track record after Xmas. Waiting for a Premiership vacancy Do me a favour!![/p][/quote]How on earth do you make the leap from me not wanting to sack the manager nine days in to me being happy to struggle all season? What I would do is play 4-4-2, get a traditional left back to play behind Sandell and if he doesn't break into their first team straight away, try and borrow Oshilaja from Cardiff again. Last season went off the rails when he left. Current form extrapolated over the whole season would not see us relegated, BTW. Two whole games!!! Roland Thompson-Gunner
  • Score: -4

3:35pm Sun 17 Aug 14

larneman says...

b3talover wrote:
4 wins in 27. Edinburgh out!!!
Wow is it really that bad? I'm shocked by those statistics. Have to go and sit down.
[quote][p][bold]b3talover[/bold] wrote: 4 wins in 27. Edinburgh out!!![/p][/quote]Wow is it really that bad? I'm shocked by those statistics. Have to go and sit down. larneman
  • Score: 2

4:20pm Sun 17 Aug 14

Harps62 says...

Roland Thompson-Gunner wrote:
Harps62 wrote:
Roland Thompson-Gunner wrote:
and I'll add that a new manager would also need to be

d) affordable.
e) happy to commit to a club which is prepared to back a manager pre-season and sack him two weeks in.
f) prepared to work with the existing playing and other staff if he can't bring in his own.
Fair enough.
What would you do?
Presume you are happy to see us struggle all season then,.at least that would not cost anything apart from our league status.
No other league club would of started this season with the same manager and his track record after Xmas.
Waiting for a Premiership vacancy
Do me a favour!!
How on earth do you make the leap from me not wanting to sack the manager nine days in to me being happy to struggle all season?

What I would do is play 4-4-2, get a traditional left back to play behind Sandell and if he doesn't break into their first team straight away, try and borrow Oshilaja from Cardiff again. Last season went off the rails when he left.

Current form extrapolated over the whole season would not see us relegated, BTW. Two whole games!!!
Yes
You would do that but would JE?
Oshilaja was quality better than the Yak but as soon as Cardiff's manager changed he was gone.
By the way Sandell should not be in the team.
Hoof it anywhere merchant (last thing we need)
Really hope things get better but with JE And Dack In charge no chance.
Hope I can eat my words though
[quote][p][bold]Roland Thompson-Gunner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harps62[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Roland Thompson-Gunner[/bold] wrote: and I'll add that a new manager would also need to be d) affordable. e) happy to commit to a club which is prepared to back a manager pre-season and sack him two weeks in. f) prepared to work with the existing playing and other staff if he can't bring in his own.[/p][/quote]Fair enough. What would you do? Presume you are happy to see us struggle all season then,.at least that would not cost anything apart from our league status. No other league club would of started this season with the same manager and his track record after Xmas. Waiting for a Premiership vacancy Do me a favour!![/p][/quote]How on earth do you make the leap from me not wanting to sack the manager nine days in to me being happy to struggle all season? What I would do is play 4-4-2, get a traditional left back to play behind Sandell and if he doesn't break into their first team straight away, try and borrow Oshilaja from Cardiff again. Last season went off the rails when he left. Current form extrapolated over the whole season would not see us relegated, BTW. Two whole games!!![/p][/quote]Yes You would do that but would JE? Oshilaja was quality better than the Yak but as soon as Cardiff's manager changed he was gone. By the way Sandell should not be in the team. Hoof it anywhere merchant (last thing we need) Really hope things get better but with JE And Dack In charge no chance. Hope I can eat my words though Harps62
  • Score: 2

6:20pm Sun 17 Aug 14

Brat1965 says...

Some of these comments are unbelievable! It's TWO, yes TWO, games into a new season. To quote 'Jonesy'. " Don't panic Mr. Mainwaring! " OK, so Saturdays second half was a debacle and we let a 2 goal lead slip. Get a grip, it happens! In every avenue of life, things go bloody wrong!
Some of these comments are unbelievable! It's TWO, yes TWO, games into a new season. To quote 'Jonesy'. " Don't panic Mr. Mainwaring! " OK, so Saturdays second half was a debacle and we let a 2 goal lead slip. Get a grip, it happens! In every avenue of life, things go bloody wrong! Brat1965
  • Score: -6

6:34pm Sun 17 Aug 14

sooty001 says...

Brat1965 wrote:
Some of these comments are unbelievable! It's TWO, yes TWO, games into a new season. To quote 'Jonesy'. " Don't panic Mr. Mainwaring! " OK, so Saturdays second half was a debacle and we let a 2 goal lead slip. Get a grip, it happens! In every avenue of life, things go bloody wrong!
Yes things go wrong but WHY oh WHY after a good display at Reading does the manager put the man of the match Jackson on the bench and include Sandell and Minchill, surely people have the right to complain when the manager drops an almighty clanger and then blames everyone except himself every time.
[quote][p][bold]Brat1965[/bold] wrote: Some of these comments are unbelievable! It's TWO, yes TWO, games into a new season. To quote 'Jonesy'. " Don't panic Mr. Mainwaring! " OK, so Saturdays second half was a debacle and we let a 2 goal lead slip. Get a grip, it happens! In every avenue of life, things go bloody wrong![/p][/quote]Yes things go wrong but WHY oh WHY after a good display at Reading does the manager put the man of the match Jackson on the bench and include Sandell and Minchill, surely people have the right to complain when the manager drops an almighty clanger and then blames everyone except himself every time. sooty001
  • Score: 11

12:23am Mon 18 Aug 14

JimMachen says...

COUNTYVOICE wrote:
county's squad is competitive , but to not close the game out at 2-0 at half time ......... now that is criminal
To be fair, Justin has a track record for this sort of thing.

The obvious one that springs immediately to mind is the Conference game at Kiddeminster a little over two years ago.

2-0 up at half time and still 2-0 up with twelve minutes of normal time left, then Edinburgh takes of left back Lee Baker and brings on forward player Elliott Buchanan in his place.

Eight minutes later and the Kidderminster sub Nick Wright scores his first goal of three with the other two coming in the space of the following ten minutes to convert an easy victory into a defeat.

Justin's post match comment was something like “the young boys have been punished for their errors”.

I remember saying at the time that the only error was Edinburgh's choice of substitution.
[quote][p][bold]COUNTYVOICE[/bold] wrote: county's squad is competitive , but to not close the game out at 2-0 at half time ......... now that is criminal[/p][/quote]To be fair, Justin has a track record for this sort of thing. The obvious one that springs immediately to mind is the Conference game at Kiddeminster a little over two years ago. 2-0 up at half time and still 2-0 up with twelve minutes of normal time left, then Edinburgh takes of left back Lee Baker and brings on forward player Elliott Buchanan in his place. Eight minutes later and the Kidderminster sub Nick Wright scores his first goal of three with the other two coming in the space of the following ten minutes to convert an easy victory into a defeat. Justin's post match comment was something like “the young boys have been punished for their errors”. I remember saying at the time that the only error was Edinburgh's choice of substitution. JimMachen
  • Score: 2

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