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  • ebfatz

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Thread: CM Vipers - Season 4

  1. #901
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    Last season marked the first time that the Vipers met Shrewsbury Town and they went on to meet three times in total, having been drawn against each other in the Vans Trophy. The first meeting saw a 1:1 draw take place with Papalzru scoring at Greenhous Meadow. The return league fixture saw the Vipers emerge victorious as Janis89 struck twice along with pyromyst in a 3:2 victory. Unfortunately, the Vipers did lose their unbeaten record against The Shrews when being knocked out at the second hurdle in the Vans Trophy in a 3:1 defeat, with pyromyst again scoring against them.

    Having scored twice against Shrewsbury before, pyromyst could well be a vital asset to the team as Shrewsbury come to visit the Snake Pit but despite Bevchenko's injury and einsi87's continued absence, pyromyst has not attended training to put himself forward for selection. That's a blow for The Gaffer as he continues to have Bevchenko missing for two more weeks whilst hornbloweroafc is another who has yet to return although he should be fit for the next Vipers against Gillingham. Also missing despite attending training are colml who serves the final game of a 3 match ban whilst BobMem isn't around due to being called up for the Cyprus Under 21's.

    So what does that mean for the team that emphatically defeated Swindon 5:1? With vinjwoods yet to put in an appearance this season, The Gaffer had been forced to play with Craig Forrest or ebfatz at centre-back but thankfully this won't be a problem for this game as PedroM, a new signing as a centre-half, has finally made his first appearance at Vipers HQ. As a result, he takes over from BobMem for an immediate debut.

    The absence of pyromyst is a tricky one though. Bevchenko and einsi87 are not able to be called upon as a natural replacement in the advanced midfield position and so it's London35 who gets the nod to start there. The vacant spot on the bench allows ebfatz to return to the squad.

    Shrewsbury line up in a 5-3-2 attacking formation employed by manager Paul Hurst. Summer signing Lewis Neal starts in place of a suspended Richie Wellens whilst Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, scorer of 5 goals this season, misses out through injury. Shrewsbury supporters have expressed surprise that George Waring didn't' replace Ebanks-Blake given that he has 3 goals from 4 games which have all come from the bench.




    With Shrewsbury 17th after 10 games so far this season, the Vipers were firm favourites to win this one. Perhaps that's why they put in a very complacent performance in the first half as Shrewsbury practically dominated from the starting whistle.

    Kowalinho was kept busy straight away as Shrewsbury won a corner early on and saw Dodds attempt a shot which was turned away from goal by the goalkeeper. Moments later, Dermotron gave away a free-kick and watched on with relief as Whalley's goalbound shot was tipped wide. Kowalinho again made a save from the resulting corner when turning Leitch-Smith's header over the bar.

    But on the 14th minute, Kowalinho was finally beaten as again, Leitch-Smith got above gazzas1uk to head at goal and opening the scoring.

    The visitors kept up their tempo and Leitch-Smith and Whalley both saw chances saved by Kowalinho. It wasn't until the 36th minute when the Vipers finally had a chance of their own. It came as gazzas1uk picked up the ball after Riley block tackled London35. He hit it towards Redknapp69 in the area and the resulting left footed volley was saved well by Leutwiler.

    Was this a sign that the Vipers had finally woken up? Not quite as Shrewsbury made it 2:0 just five minutes later. This time, Neal triggered the move that saw Sadler knock down a long ball for Whalley to shoot. Kowalinho did beat that shot away but was left stranded when Dodds came through unmarked to score.

    The first half was moving into injury time and the referee was checking his watch when AJ collected a short ball from gazzas1uk. He left Nsiala behind with a run to byline and crossed to the near post for London35 who blazed the ball over the bar. He soon made amends though as Leutwiler's goal kick was headed on for Felix to collect it and he spotted AJ with a pass that AJ had no trouble smashing into the net.

    A timely goal indeed if the Vipers were to have any chance of salvaging something out of this game! The statistics did make for poor reading at half-time with the Vipers having just 3 chances, 2 on target. Shrewsbury had managed 8 on target from 9!

    After they came out for the second half, the Vipers nearly made it 2:2 straight away when Redknapp69's ball into the box was met with a diving header by AJ. Leutwiler though, was in the right place to turn it behind. The resulting corner saw the ball cleared by Neal and Shrewsbury's attempt at building up the play went wrong when Nsiala sent the ball out of play.

    After 62 minutes, The Gaffer made a change as Felix complained of a shin problem. On came drkshadow1 who took over as the advanced centre midfielder with London35 moving out to the left wing.

    3 minutes later, a second change was made as samsami ran out of steam. On came Janis89 to play out of position on the right wing.

    Paul Hurst then made a change of his own on the 69th minute as Rodman came on for Neal. Shrewsbury went on the attack afterwards, seeing Dodds outjump GFRay86 to knock the ball down for Morris to shoot which hit Dermotron. Rodman's shot then went high and wide of the goal.

    The 72nd minute saw AJ make his last contribution to the game as a Janis89 pass was headed clean over the bar. Craig Forrest came on to play on the right-wing as Janis89 moved up front.

    The chance made dividends immediately as Redknapp69 worked with GFRay86 to exchange passes before delivering the ball into the box for Janis89 to get beyond Morris and head it into the net. The Vipers were level with 13 minutes left!

    Redknapp69 nearly went from provider to scorer as he skipped his way past Sadler before rifling in a shot that Leutwiler beat away before Morris cleared it. Dodds picked it up and hit it towards Rodman but Dermotron got his head in to clear it. It fell to Deegan who chipped it forward to Whalley. Whalley aimed a cross at the far post but Kowalinho made a hash of the catch that allowed Rodman to poke the ball into the net.

    A late goal for Shrewsbury which looked to have won them the game. Janis89 tried his best to score again with a run from the kick off before shooting from 20 yards out but put it wide. Then came the final whistle which gave Shrewsbury the 3 points.






    A tough defeat to take after fighting back from 2:0 down, especially as the Vipers could have drawn level with Sheff Utd at the top. Next up is Gillingham who are 23rd. Hopefully the Vipers will have choices in the right positions for this one.
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    * too many pies been eaten whilst the Gaffer was on holidays

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    Sounds like you lot need me back

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    better days are coming

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    Playing Hole-in-the-Pie is probably a better plan. Last to come eats the pie. We can have Gazze make a VaginaPie!

    anyways, tough game, tough loss. We'll bounce back though, we always do.

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    Baffling loss that and shipping 3 goals can't have happened many times before

    All my headers won, got an assist and all my shots on target but maybe should have buried at least 1

    Seems like a game we thought we only had to turn up to win

    Let's right the wrongs against what looks to be a gash team

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    A defeat pie



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    Sorry chaps, my fault for being so awesome that I'm on international duty! I'll be back next game.

    Top effort on the write up though
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    Unlucky lads, at least Trunks has shown he can pass the ball!

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    I provide an assist and this is how you thank me? We have conceded almost twice as many goals as the team placed 11th in the league. No pie for goalkeeper and defenders until change has come, I say! Do I really need to back there to MAKE VIPERS GREAT AGAIN?

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    I'm doing what i can. Just started career and i'm expected to be Donnarumma?

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