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sometimeshappy Posted on 07/04/2018 19:56
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Just the 2 goals and an assist today, but no mention on this Board so far? Try to appreciate him whilst you can.
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Briefcase_wanchor Posted on 07/04/2018 20:36

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Hes carried the can for us up front. We have really missed one or two midfielders who have a good eye for goal this season, which weve had in seasons gone by. With that added luxury I think wed safely be in the play-offs. Most of the other teams up top have spread the goals around the team more than us, Peterboro aside maybe.
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OptimusPrimus Posted on 07/04/2018 20:50

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Super fan alert...
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mikey393 Posted on 07/04/2018 20:52

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[^]Class Act. Could have had a hat-trick today. Looks to be linking well with Naismith.
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pfc_blues Posted on 07/04/2018 21:13

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He's linking well with lowe too. Must be a fair few goals in recent weeks that lowe has assisted pitman. Both vs oxford were on a plate as was the one today. Lowe finally being given some reign to attack and run and players that he didn't seem to have in the first half of the season.
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Peter_Mellors_Got_No_Hair Posted on 07/04/2018 21:44

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In this league he is one of, if not the best.

He has had to play with different players, in different roles, and different formations, and his still regularly found the net.

I think Naismith just behind him works the best, but regardless, he is a class act.
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jim2383 Posted on 07/04/2018 22:09
Edited On: 07/04/2018 22:10
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If he didn't get injured when he did we would be a few more points better off and in the play off places..a class player
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suffolkpompey Posted on 08/04/2018 09:15

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Most Ipswich fans I know didn't want him to go. He couldn't hold down a regular place but when he did he nearly always scored. We've also seen what he's like at taking penalties as well.
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Tomsk Posted on 08/04/2018 11:09

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My rabid furry gooner friend in work who keeps an eye on our results and generally takes the piiss has even fallen in love with Pitman
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sdbblue Posted on 08/04/2018 11:26
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proper class act who proves you dont need lightening speed to dominate the goals. Him and Lowe pivotal to our recent upturn in form.
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foreverblue62 Posted on 08/04/2018 12:08

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No argument from me. Has been crucial. Pity his injury kept him out for a few games or I agree we would probably be 3-4 pts better off.
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Pompeyfandan Posted on 08/04/2018 12:40

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Most of his goals have been tap-ins, which shows what a tremendous natural instinct he has for being in the right place at the right time. None of our other strikers were capable of doing that when Brett was injured. He makes it look so easy.
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hammie9 Posted on 08/04/2018 17:22

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that run (walk?) of his for the first goal after passing to Lowe was incredible. Just a nice stroll up the pitch, arriving at the precise second to tap it in. Have to say, Lowe is showing the other midfielders how to give service to a goalscorer. Naismith could guarantee himself a contract if he can start to do the same more consistently.
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OptimusPrimus Posted on 13/04/2018 15:09
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Naismith will never find consistency and I doubt will ever amass more than 15 career appearances in the Championship.

Never in a millions is he a winger. A false 10 is a luxury at any level and he is lucky to be at a club in League 1 which indulges him that to be honest.

When you're talking about the Championship, you're putting Kal up against a load of nearly-Prem class players who have missed their 25 man squads. The gulf is stark.

I don't think there is anywhere enough consistency or attribution to warrant a move to the Championship at all.

If he gets his Wigan move, he'll do well in his pocket, but he'll be a cup game player at best.

If Kal is really interested in playing football, then League 1 is his level.

I'm sure Rotherham or Bradford wouldn't say no if he wants to go closer to home.
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Tomsk Posted on 13/04/2018 15:28

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Sometimeshappy you are Brett Douglas Pitman and I claim my 5
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