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Millwall v Mk Dons Predictions

Postby chas96 » Thu Mar 02, 2017 6:45 pm

What do you think the score will be?

Millwall 2 Dons 2 :D 8-)

Kieran Agard first goal scorer.

Come on Dons. :D
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Re: Millwall v Mk Dons Predictions

Postby ACDon » Thu Mar 02, 2017 9:28 pm

Not a bad time to be playing Millwall, pretty sure their players will have part of their minds on next weeks FA cup tie at Tottenham, so the 50/50 tackles might not have the same appeal. Millwall are on a decent run of form at the moment but as with Bradford I think we are capable of coming away with a share of the spoils.

Millwall....................1
MK Dons....................1

Goal scorer Barnes.
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Re: Millwall v Mk Dons Predictions

Postby LinsladeDon » Fri Mar 03, 2017 9:52 am

I have happy memories of us scoring 4 good goals in an unexpected win at Millwall and, as grandson No.3 and a couple of his mates are making a London week-end of this game, a win for them would be the icing on the cake.

1-2 Dons win, Sean Williams fgs but with our new found team spirit, we fight back for another memorable win. :)
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Re: Millwall v Mk Dons Predictions

Postby Furzdonny » Fri Mar 03, 2017 5:57 pm

Another canny game from Robbie, with the two teams trying to suss each other out. A bore draw at the end.
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Re: Millwall v Mk Dons Predictions

Postby MKDF » Fri Mar 03, 2017 11:28 pm

1-1.
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Re: Millwall v Mk Dons Predictions

Postby LinsladeDon » Sun Mar 05, 2017 9:46 am

Fair play to you all to opt for drawn game - and it should have been!!!
Another dodgy penalty against us for the second successive game. The foul by Downing was soft, stupid and unnecessary but, nevertheless it was a foul. However, it happened initially outside the box which is obviously what our players thought as they protested so vehemently - to the extent that some 'expensive' yellow cards were shown. :evil:
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Re: Millwall v Mk Dons Predictions

Postby ACDon » Sun Mar 05, 2017 9:59 pm

LinsladeDon wrote:Fair play to you all to opt for drawn game - and it should have been!!!
Another dodgy penalty against us for the second successive game. The foul by Downing was soft, stupid and unnecessary but, nevertheless it was a foul. However, it happened initially outside the box which is obviously what our players thought as they protested so vehemently - to the extent that some 'expensive' yellow cards were shown. :evil:



It's called professionalism LD, how many times have we seen players fouled outside the area and not go to ground (or make a fuss) until they are in the penalty area.
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Re: Millwall v Mk Dons Predictions

Postby LinsladeDon » Mon Mar 06, 2017 9:49 am

ACDon wrote:
LinsladeDon wrote:Fair play to you all to opt for drawn game - and it should have been!!!
Another dodgy penalty against us for the second successive game. The foul by Downing was soft, stupid and unnecessary but, nevertheless it was a foul. However, it happened initially outside the box which is obviously what our players thought as they protested so vehemently - to the extent that some 'expensive' yellow cards were shown. :evil:



It's called professionalism LD, how many times have we seen players fouled outside the area and not go to ground (or make a fuss) until they are in the penalty area.


Hmm, yes I suppose 'professionalism' is the accepted word nowadays to excuse diving, taking one (yellow card) for the team, deliberate obstruction (punishable with an indirect free-kick - when did you last see one of those?), time wasting by the keeper, shirt pulling, trying to deceive/intimidate the referee etc. etc.?
It is all sleekit, slimy, cheating stuff nowadays. Gone are the days of Ron "Chopper" Harris, Norman "Bite yer Legs" Hunter, Vinnie Jones and the Crazy Gang when football was more honest and open and it was simply straightforward "Thuggery."

Interesting to note that after Robbie had his rant at the referee about the penalty and had cooled down, he commented how the Millwall player cheated the referee and won the penalty and then added philosophically, "That's football, if one of my forwards had done that, I would have been proud of him" :o :( :lol: :D ;)
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Re: Millwall v Mk Dons Predictions

Postby MKDF » Mon Mar 06, 2017 12:21 pm

I'd rather see all the shoving and pulling eradicated - consistently and fairly. It would make for a much more enjoyable game.

Strictly speaking, Gregory was fouling Downing as much as the other way around. He was shoving Downing away to get goal side. Then there's very little evidence of a tug (his shirt doesn't move) and he went on to voluntarily lose his own legs from under him. Their manager did say they would try to win ugly - 100% delivery on that then!

These decisions happen across the leagues week-in week-out. We just need better enforcement and frankly better referees, but can't see either of those things happening...
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Re: Millwall v Mk Dons Predictions

Postby dons50 » Mon Mar 06, 2017 6:01 pm

MKDF wrote:I'd rather see all the shoving and pulling eradicated - consistently and fairly. It would make for a much more enjoyable game.

Strictly speaking, Gregory was fouling Downing as much as the other way around. He was shoving Downing away to get goal side. Then there's very little evidence of a tug (his shirt doesn't move) and he went on to voluntarily lose his own legs from under him. Their manager did say they would try to win ugly - 100% delivery on that then!

These decisions happen across the leagues week-in week-out. We just need better enforcement and frankly better referees, but can't see either of those things happening...


There's so much happening, it's too difficult for referees. The only way is video evidence.
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