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Who would you put in goal for the Northampton game?

Who would you put in goal for Northampton?  

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  1. 1. Who would you put in goal for Northampton?

    • Ross Fitzsimons
      7
    • Branislav Pindroch
      1
    • Max Culverwell
      4


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We can't really drop Ross Fitzsimons, he's the best we have but he's so far gone now it's becoming an absolute joke that people defend him so blindly.

However, in the ideal world I would play Max Culverwell.

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Fitz for me. I don't want him in net but hes the only really option. We're all human and we all have problems but he is a professional and should be leaving personal problems off the pitch just like when I go to work I leave my home life at home. Just feel as if there is more to it than what the fans are seeing. If he showed some fight and actually attempted to save things. I think the key with Fitz is to listen to instructions and be more confident and just have a few games where he slows things down for a few games just so he can find his feet at feel at home between the sticks again.

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I would put in Culverwell. If any definetly not Fitzsimons because he has conceded so many goals so far this season, i know its partly the defenders aswell but Fitzsimons has made silly mistakes and doesn't seem to learn from them.

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Ross Fitzsimons has to remain in goal unless the club signs a new keeper, the other two aren't ready but the youngster from the youth team could be suitable in 2-3 years time.

Until then we will have to try and plug the leak.

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Ross Fitzsimons has to play, but only due to him being the only keeper suitable. I am not a fan of the young back up keeper and Max Culverwell shouldn't be rushed. It ties Kewell's hands a little and I wonder at what stage the club will admit defeat to this "we don't need a keeper" talk.

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Nobody else is nearly good enough to replace Ross Fitzsimons.

He needs to step his game up and be more determined to overcome the slump, it's not so much a team issue now but all depended on if he makes effort or even focuses. Some could argue he could have came out for the crosses that lead to the first two goals.

He has to start but he does need to improve.

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On 15/09/2018 at 23:18, Chris said:

We can't really drop Ross Fitzsimons, he's the best we have but he's so far gone now it's becoming an absolute joke that people defend him so blindly.

However, in the ideal world I would play Max Culverwell.

Ross is the only one we know.. Pindroch and Culverwell are both unknown we haven't seen either of them in enough games yet..

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Difficult question.  While Jon Stead certainly has the height for the job, I think Shaun Brisley may have more agility.

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Sorry, people may not like this but Ross Fitzsimons needs a break. See what Branislav Pindroch can do.

Even if he would be worse, some effort would be made.

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I am pleased for Ross Fitzsimons, we need to see this fight from him but he's given a performance he can build on. He might even regain some confidence.

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