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Thursday Night At The Cage: 14 May 2009

The default line ups for tonight were:

  • Reds: Rajseran, Philipp, Julius, Lin Kang, Vancino
  • Whites: Lukas, Shankar, Chris, Andy N, Clemens

A game which started 4 on 5 whilst the Reds waited for their last team mate to turn up. The whites having to shoot only in the D for the first 10 minutes. Nevertheless they took a 2 goal lead through some in-the-box work from Shanker and Lukas.

After the Reds reached their full contingent the game started in earnest with Clemens and Chris creating all kinds of problems for the Reds feeding off some slick passing in the the middle of the field. It was one of those nights where nothing seem to go in for the Reds and it wasn’t long before the Whites were 8 goals to 0 in front.

A goal by Philipp saw the deadlock broken but it wasn’t long again before Whites counter-attacked and slotted home once more. Reds put two more passed the Whites keeper but it was the Whites who won with passing and movement working well throughout the team.

14-3 To Whites

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  1. rajiv
    Fri 15 May 2009 at 11:36 am

    Thanks Andy. I’ve moved your comment into the post, attributed the post to you, and changed the date and time to match those of your comment. The comment has been deleted.

  2. rajseran
    Fri 15 May 2009 at 11:56 am

    My vote is for Vancino . Guess it was his second game so far and it did not take long for him to blend well .

    Overall the Whites played well and they had all the best players in the team wherelse the REDS were looking lost . Lack of passing and understanding . We also has a new player which probably will take awhile for him to get used to play with us .

    Basically it was uneven side last night

    • rajiv
      Fri 15 May 2009 at 11:58 am

      Next time you play a routine session, use the selection method to pick your team. 🙂

    • Boris
      Sat 16 May 2009 at 1:16 pm

      still going on about the unevenness…

    • philipp
      Sun 17 May 2009 at 11:47 pm

      I don’t think it was too uneven on the paper.
      Reds just didn’t show the possible 10% more in terms of running, passing and helping each other when mistakes were made.
      Too much standing rather than moving to the ball.

  3. Andy N
    Fri 15 May 2009 at 7:37 pm

    Not really uneven on paper if you look at it…

    Rajseran v Shanker
    Philipp v Lukas
    Julius v Chris
    Lin Kang v Andy
    Vancino v Clemens (Both relatively unknowns before kick-off)

  1. Sun 17 May 2009 at 9:48 pm

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