MATCHDAY LIVE: Huddersfield Town 1 Wanderers 0
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Technology probs. Sorry folks.
Wi Fi died on me. Bright start for Wanderers - excellent save from Smithies to deny Andrews from close range. Eagles has also had one beaten away at the near post.
Thankfully, I remembered to put on layers today - thus avoiding any potential frostbite problems.
It is brassic here. And the inconsistent wi-fi is not making life easy either.
I stand corrected. I actually watched them in Sheffield seven or eight years ago and it was a good gig.
@MarcIles Cornershop are still going strong! They might have only had one big hit, but the rest of their stuff is great too. Check them out.— @Liam_McLoughlin 08 December 2012
Freedman's rationale is that he is using his squad to the full. It is thought he plans ahead with team selection, picking the 11 a good week in advance.
@MarcIles when do you think the tinkering will stop if at all. 1 or 2 a game is ok due to form & injuries but 3, 4 & 5 is way too much IMO— @Oney215 08 December 2012
@MarcIles do you know how many away fans we are taking today?— @MartynDutton 08 December 2012
Wanderers subs: Lonergan, Ream, Pratley, Petrov, Ngog, Butterfield, Afobe
That's three changes - Mears (suspended), Alonso and Ngog out from the team beaten by Ipswich. Mills, Warnock and Chung-Yong in.
Wanderers: Bogdan, Ricketts, Knight, Mills, Warnock, Spearing, Andrews, Chung-Yong, Eagles, M Davies, K Davies
Which brings me on to the fact that Michael Ricketts scored twice the last time Wanderers played here...
A bit of Cornershop being played now. Cornershop, for those who don't know were a one-hit wonder band from the late nineties...
Always liked this ground, described to me on the way here as "The Reebok without corners". One of the more picturesque ones around.
Benik Afobe - a former loanee here - Darren Pratley and Jacob Butterfield out on the pitch.
Bob Marley blaring out on the tannoy. Warming me up a bit.
Good afternoon. Clear but chilly down the M62 in Huddersfield but I'm in position in the press box.
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