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Thread: Carlisle prediction thread

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    Carlisle prediction thread

    Over to you. I've not got the best feeling about it, but we should win, shouldn't we? It's not as if we've got a history of losing at home to sides well below us in the pyramid.

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    4-1

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    1-2

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    1-0.

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    6-1

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    6-1

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    Quote Originally Posted by cardiff55 View Post
    6-1
    A pitiful surrender. 0-2. Im rarely wrong about these things.

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    1-6

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    0-0.

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    I just want to see us try and win the game - last time we did that in a Cup match was the Mansfield replay after the draw had paired the winner with Man City (of course, we then played like frightened sheep against Pep's team).

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    New Year hangover still with us.

    Carlisle to win 1-0

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    9 January 1971 - City 4-Carlisle-0. Alan Warboys scored all four goals, including a hatrick in the first 9 minutes (still the fastest for a City player I believe). THINK all four were in the first half as well.

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    Im with ToBW. If the manager wants to try and go on a cup run, then we should comfortably win.
    Id love to see us be competitive in the domestic cups again.

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    Neil Warnock didn't give a flying monkies about cup games which is why we're usually so shite in them. Harris on the other hand might actually care slightly so I'm going to say 2-1 to Cardiff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maurice Swan View Post
    9 January 1971 - City 4-Carlisle-0. Alan Warboys scored all four goals, including a hatrick in the first 9 minutes (still the fastest for a City player I believe). THINK all four were in the first half as well.
    Yes they were. We thought we had got a real replacement for Tosh. Turned out it was a flash In the pan. Warboys played with a strapped up hammie too. Wouldnt happen today. Be on the physios bench for weeks.

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    Bluebirds 3-1 Cumbrians

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    A narrow win for City. Surely they'll want to try and make up for the QPR debacle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeepster View Post
    Bluebirds 3-1 Cumbrians
    More like 1:1 and a Tuesday night replay somewhere near Scotland.

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    2-2, and then a replay at Brunton park where Carlisle sneak a 2-1 win. In both games Harris picks more or a less a reserve side. I'm usually wrong with my score predictions tho, thank feck!

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    whatever the result it will say a lot about the attitude. losing will reflect the apathy that seems rife whereas a good win will restore some faith in what is still a ‘dog’s breakfast’ of a setup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the other bob wilson View Post
    I just want to see us try and win the game - last time we did that in a Cup match was the Mansfield replay after the draw had paired the winner with Man City (of course, we then played like frightened sheep against Pep's team).
    I remember the two games against Mansfield. The home tie was barely even a training ground run out. The away tie was far better, only because we knew who we would be playing. I reckon had we been drawn against another League 2 side Warnock wouldn't have bothered.

    Interesting to note the two team line ups from those games. It wasn't as if we put the reserves out in the first match.

    Home - 0-0

    Zohore Healey
    Mendez-Laing Tomlin Paterson
    Halford
    Bennett Manga Morrison Richards
    Murphy

    Away - 4-1

    Zohore
    Hoilett Paterson Pilkington
    Ralls Damour
    Bennett Manga Morrison Richards
    Etheridge

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maurice Swan View Post
    9 January 1971 - City 4-Carlisle-0. Alan Warboys scored all four goals, including a hatrick in the first 9 minutes (still the fastest for a City player I believe). THINK all four were in the first half as well.
    The game that was played on that day was City 4 Sheffield Wednesday 0 in which Warboys scored his first two Cardiff goals after we signed him from that team just before Christmas. From memory, I think the Carlisle game was on 6 March (it was definitely the Saturday before we beat Real Madrid) and you're right about all of the goals coming in the first half.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy corbyn View Post
    Yes they were. We thought we had got a real replacement for Tosh. Turned out it was a flash In the pan. Warboys played with a strapped up hammie too. Wouldnt happen today. Be on the physios bench for weeks.
    ...still scored 27 goals in 60 appearances though...what would we not give for that these days!!

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    1-3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy corbyn View Post
    Yes they were. We thought we had got a real replacement for Tosh. Turned out it was a flash In the pan. Warboys played with a strapped up hammie too. Wouldnt happen today. Be on the physios bench for weeks.
    Not sure about his hamstring but he definitely had his arm strapped up.

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    3-1 comfortable but uninspiring

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    I'd love a cup run. I've written off our chances in the League this year as I think we'll be 10th so I really want to see an emphasis on the Cup.

    Neil Harris is game too, apparently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the other bob wilson View Post
    The game that was played on that day was City 4 Sheffield Wednesday 0 in which Warboys scored his first two Cardiff goals after we signed him from that team just before Christmas. From memory, I think the Carlisle game was on 6 March (it was definitely the Saturday before we beat Real Madrid) and you're right about all of the goals coming in the first half.
    I was at both games, they first against Sheffield Wednesday was Warboys second game for us and he scored two against the club we'd bought him from a week or so before. In the Carlisle game he scored four before half time, I think the first three were in the first nine minutes of the game. I believe he was taken off at half time as he was injured. I was at both games, with a junior season ticket in the Canton end.

    Warboys did well for us for nearly two years, playing 58+3 sub in the League and scoring 27 goals. But Scoular was facing the same problem we have now, an ageing team that had been together a while, and was struggling at the start of the 72/73 season. So he managed to unload Carver, Foggon, Gibson, Clark, John Parsons and Warboys from the team very quickly. But he brought in Andy McCulloch, Gil Reece, Dave Powell and Johnny Vincent and our fortunes changed and we stayed up. 135,000 in and 80,000 spent.

    We beat Carlisle that season too, 1-0. I think the last time we played Carlisle was March 2001 when we won 4-0.

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    The last time we played Carlisle at home I seem to recall their keeper was penalised around 4 times for handling the ball outside the box because his kicks were beyond the penalty area. Good job that rule isn't enforced now as Etheridge consistently kicks the ball from his hands outside the area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cardiff55 View Post
    I was at both games, they first against Sheffield Wednesday was Warboys second game for us and he scored two against the club we'd bought him from a week or so before. In the Carlisle game he scored four before half time, I think the first three were in the first nine minutes of the game. I believe he was taken off at half time as he was injured. I was at both games, with a junior season ticket in the Canton end.

    Warboys did well for us for nearly two years, playing 58+3 sub in the League and scoring 27 goals. But Scoular was facing the same problem we have now, an ageing team that had been together a while, and was struggling at the start of the 72/73 season. So he managed to unload Carver, Foggon, Gibson, Clark, John Parsons and Warboys from the team very quickly. But he brought in Andy McCulloch, Gil Reece, Dave Powell and Johnny Vincent and our fortunes changed and we stayed up. 135,000 in and 80,000 spent.

    We beat Carlisle that season too, 1-0. I think the last time we played Carlisle was March 2001 when we won 4-0.
    I don't think Gil Reece was a youngster when we signed him. Quite the reverse. Johnny Vincent made his debut against Middlesborough - the club we signed him from - and he scored twice. Andy McCulloch was decent - he reminds me of Madine except he could score.

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