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Plans A, B and C for the Orient Game

With Bayo missing, master tactician Gareth Ainsworth is sure to be thinking through the practicalities of following Plan A, which has served us so well recently - the long ball to the chest, head or feet of a centrally placed striker with Scotty and Paris feeding off him.

I guess he is also contemplating the possibilities of Plan B, which is also now producing goals from open play - Scott Kashket, Matty Bloomfield, Luke O'Nien and others running at the opposition defence from midfield.

Does the collective wisdom of the gasroom think that Gareth will have a Plan C for the last 20 minutes, if needed, and be practising with a heavyweight man up front in the middle - Aaron Pierre for example? He scored the nifty footwork goal at Millwall in the FA Cup last season.

Comments

  • Hopefully Hayesy will be back fit. I'd slot him in for AA and get the ball into his feet. Then work off him with the two pace men either side. It's the most exciting attackig line up we have had in a long time. Great times

  • Plan D - Richardson in goal and the big man up front.

  • It's a thought. Talking of which - the BBC text of the County game had the following:

    58'
    Attempt blocked. Jamal Blackman (Wycombe Wanderers) right footed shot from more than 35 yards is blocked.

    Can anyone shed any light on this!?

  • Re: Akinfenwa
    PostPosted by Oforever ยป Mon Dec 12, 2016 9:14 am
    He is so overweight and unfit it's almost untrue. If he were playing for us he'd be getting dogs abuse on here.

    Just seen this on the orient forum.

  • Maybe his delightful fellow fans will think differently when they see him on Saturday. Oh, hold on, they'll have to wait until All Fools Day. Hope Bayo makes a fool of Oforever.

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