FL2: Torquay Utd v Bradford City August 21st 2010 Aug 17, 2010 16:17:42 GMT
Post by Dave on Aug 17, 2010 16:17:42 GMT
We all know the perfect score for this match I’m sure, a big fat zero for Bradford and as many as the boys can score to ensure we stay top, increase our goal difference and yes keep that record going.
The record is nice and is something for the team to be very proud of, but the three points on offer are more important in the end and should Bradford score a goal against us, our lads won’t be to unhappy as long as they put two goals past Bradford.
Not been to up to date with the news this week so don’t know If Guy has any chance of starting on Saturday and if not then it will be the same back four that started the Lincoln game.
Bucks has already stated that Danny and Zebs are his first choice wingers and they are both sure to start as are Nicky and Lee in midfield. I can’t see Elliot being anywhere other than Plainmoor at the weekend and that’s where I hope he stays as I believe he will form a good partnership upfront playing with Billy.
I’m sure the lads will feel they are unbeatable and will be full of confidence going into the game if they work as hard as they have done in the games they have played so far this season, then I can only see one winner that will see the league table reading played three and won three.
What the players and Paul Buckle needs is for the fans to get fully behind the team and not shout out abuse if a player makes a bad pass, loses the ball a bit to easily, it does not help anyone and I hope we don’t see a repeat of the treatment young Danny got at our last home game.
While I’m hoping to see a great game of football and a convincing win for us, I’ll take a scrappy game with a late wining goal for us as long as we get the three points. Keeping the winning habit and getting the points on the board as soon as possible that would ensure our safety is what I’m looking forward to so we can enjoy the rest of the season looking just how high up the table we will finish and not have to spend it worrying if we would stay up or not.