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Re: Championship | Essex vs Yorkshire at Chelmsford (Day Three)

September 27 2017, 5:01 PM 

"I think players, coaches and the board need to do some serious soul searching over these dark winter months. Big changes are required in all three departments. Your only as good as your last season, players have got to stop dining out on 2014 and 2015 glories."

So every team bar basically Essex have to dramatically change their teams............righto.

 
 
Pyrahtechnics
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Re: Championship | Essex vs Yorkshire at Chelmsford (Day Three)

September 27 2017, 5:03 PM 

Matt Fisher scoring as many runs as the recognised batsmen in the 2nd innings, you really can't make it up. You would think Yorkshire have appointed Chris Martin as batting consultant considering tbe feeble effort.

 
 
Jay
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Re: Championship | Essex vs Yorkshire at Chelmsford (Day Three)

September 27 2017, 5:10 PM 

Did we win?

 
 
Papag
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Re: Championship | Essex vs Yorkshire at Chelmsford (Day Three)

September 27 2017, 5:20 PM 

Nope we mustered 185/20 they just had a bit of batting practice, whist the fans eat cheese at The ECB table,

 
 
peter
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September 27 2017, 5:27 PM 

you will get no where with RP as coach he couldn't get into the side himself so how can he give advice to other players . I was there on the first day the pitch was not a mine field fisher and coad bowled well so did carver , at lunch when they were 84 for five there supporters were down in the dumps so I don't know what happened .

 
 

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A note from the mods

September 27 2017, 5:31 PM 

While it has been a disappointing season and a shambolic finale, which tends to raise the tension level: please refrain from personal attacks and wind-ups. We are all Yorkshire cricket fans, and there is little to be gained from sniping at one another.

 
 

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Re: Championship | Essex vs Yorkshire at Chelmsford (Day Three)

September 27 2017, 5:50 PM 

I'll repeat what I've been saying all season. Our batting has been created*p for 3 seasons. England won us the Championship by not picking Bairstow. Last season we got to 3rd on the back of Bresnan & the bowlers. We are only in Division 1 for 2018 because England didn't pick Ballance (& Patto's heroics last week)

As I said last winter I think part of the reason for Dizzy leaving was that he realised the game was up.

So I don't say sack the coaching staff. BUT Yorkshire MUST employ a BATTING I(sorry bowling was a typo) coach as if we don't we will be relegated in 2018


    
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Pyrahtechnics
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Re: Championship | Essex vs Yorkshire at Chelmsford (Day Three)

September 27 2017, 6:05 PM 

So the batting has been woeful, bordering on depressing for the last 3 seasons and the solution is to employ a bowling coach? What kind of logic is that?

The bowling side of the coaching can't be much of an issue if Coad, Fisher and Carver are capable of making the step up to Division 1 cricket.

 
 
Kevin Owens
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Re: Championship | Essex vs Yorkshire at Chelmsford (Day Three)

September 27 2017, 6:24 PM 

A quote from Gale yesterday. "When it's Difficult you've got to grind it out, I question if they're willing to grind it out". Send em to the club psychologist Galey


    
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Steve C
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Re: Championship | Essex vs Yorkshire at Chelmsford (Day Three)

September 27 2017, 6:28 PM 

We played badly and lost.
No one died.

 
 
Guest
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Re: Championship | Essex vs Yorkshire at Chelmsford (Day Three)

September 27 2017, 6:55 PM 

really?

Yorkshire cricket died in chelmsford today and the ashes will be scatt....oh hang on thats been done already.

 
 
Guest
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Re: Championship | Essex vs Yorkshire at Chelmsford (Day Three)

September 27 2017, 7:13 PM 

A really iconic defeat this one, possibly one that truly marks the end of an era.
Don't let a couple of lucky wins mask a dreadful campaign in all formats really.


    
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Stu
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Re: Championship | Essex vs Yorkshire at Chelmsford (Day Three)

September 27 2017, 7:43 PM 

Steve, we played very badly and got stuffed. Our biggest ever defeat in our proud history and our lowest ever score "away" against Essex.

Essex are a very good side, but we were a shambles.

 
 
Jay
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Re: Championship | Essex vs Yorkshire at Chelmsford (Day Three)

September 27 2017, 7:57 PM 

The usual classic sound bite from Steve C, clearly no died, but that shouldn't stifle others from expressing an opinion.

 
 
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Re: Championship | Essex vs Yorkshire at Chelmsford (Day Three)

September 27 2017, 8:12 PM 


We played badly and lost.
No one died.

The county is dying surely you can see that. We're proud Yorkshiremen embarrassed by a group of TOWIES sorry but personally the lack of pride shown in our 2nd innings is not what I've come to expect from my 50 years of following the club. I expect YCCC players to give 100% sorry today that clearly didn't happen.

 
 
Seadog73
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Re: Championship | Essex vs Yorkshire at Chelmsford (Day Three)

September 27 2017, 8:30 PM 

If you've supported the club for 50 years then you've seen far worse teams than this. Unless you slept through the early 90s that is.

 
 
EastCoastExile
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Championship Essex vs Yorkshire at Chelmsford

September 27 2017, 8:32 PM 

Let's keep things in proportion. It's only the worst defeat in 3,616 first class matches stretching back 154 years.

 
 
Guest
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Re: Championship | Essex vs Yorkshire at Chelmsford (Day Three)

September 27 2017, 8:36 PM 


If you've supported the club for 50 years then you've seen far worse teams than this. Unless you slept through the early 90s that is.


Sorry I'm not looking for a argument but today's performance was totally unacceptable in my opinion. Yes I'll admit to the odd snooze wink.gif As a group of players we have a lot of quality but they're individuals not a team. Today's performance hurts me. Hopefully the team are hurting as well

 
 
marsker
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Re: Championship | Essex vs Yorkshire at Chelmsford (Day Three)

September 27 2017, 8:42 PM 

it,s like going to the cinema part way through the film, and getting to the point where "this is where i came in" i can still remember getting rolled for 23 all out in the early sixties with the team of superstars. hope things change for next season.

 
 
Tyke83
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Re: Championship | Essex vs Yorkshire at Chelmsford (Day Three)

September 27 2017, 8:51 PM 

Can you imagine being close to retiring in 2014/2015 and waiting to see more of this fantastic Yorkshire side? Then come 2017 and it's your time and you get to watch this tripe.

None of our specialist batsmen have been good enough aside from Ballance (Marsh an honourable exception)
Hodd's limitations with the bat are exacerbated by failures above him.
Middle order runs have been in short supply with Bresnan, Rashid, Plunkett not bailing us out as regularly.

Bowling is a work in progress, but with Coad and Fisher, you can actually see the progress.

Unless changes are made and batting improves, I can see a record low points total in the championship next season, particularly if the Captain makes a good impression on tour this winter.

 
 
 
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