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Carlisle United
3 - 2
Southampton

npower League One

Brunton Park

Sat 13th Nov

Attendance: 5,578

Referee: Mr Evans

Carlisle UnitedSouthampton
Marshall 21, Harding(og) 30, Chester 57Oxlade-Chamberlain 49, Hammond 81
Collin     Davis    
Simek     Richardson    
Murphy     Fonte    
Chester     Jaidi    
Michalik     Harding     61
Taiwo     Schneiderlin    
Berrett     Hammond    
Zoko     80 Chaplow    
Marshall     Oxlade-Chamberlain    
Madine     67 Lallana    
Grella     Lambert    
Substitutes
Caig     Bialkowski    
Cruise     Dickson     61
Swinglehurst     Seaborne    
Hurst     Puncheon    
Robson     67 Guly    
Curran     80 Barnard     72
Cook     Connolly    
Game Statistics
9
Goal Attempts
14
5
On Target
9
4
Corners
6
9
Fouls
9
2
Yellow Cards
2
46
%
54
Comments...
Saints played a 4-5-1 system today and in the first half we were under the cosh for long spells after an initial bright start. The second half was better but trailing 2-0 we needed more than we produced. We gave Carlisle a goal through Hardings own goal and then we stood ball watching to allow the deciding goal which in the end proved a goal too much. It would be easy to blame the new system but I feel that today the defence was extremely poor.Jaidi is a man mountain but I feel he is too slow and increase the pressure on the rest of the defence when he plays. Harding had a stinker and hopefully Dickson will now get a run to show what he can do. Seaborne has been doing ok but my preference would be for Aaron Martin to play.
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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Saturday November 13 2010
Time: 8:47PM

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Saints OS called it a 4-3-3 system but several watching could have sworn it was a 4-5-1. Bad result and leaves us needing to improve away but at least we showed some fight in the second half.
VSrednwhite
14/11/2010 10:47:00
0
It was a long way to go and come back with nothing.
herringthorpe
14/11/2010 13:02:00
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It was and it shouldn't have happened but yet again we started poorly and the defence was missing at times today. Either in concentration or endeavour. Bad day at the office which we nearly turned round. Always next week.
SFC Forever
14/11/2010 17:29:00
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