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Rochdale 0 v 1 Coventry City
SkyBet League One
Saturday, 9th February 2019 Kick-off 15:00

Voting was locked for this match at midnight on Sunday 10th February but you may still add your mini match reports. Note that members and non-members alike were able to vote.

Andy Lonergan6.3
Ryan McLaughlin5.5
Ethan Ebanks-Landell5.8
Jim McNulty5.3
Ryan Delaney4.7
Stephen Dooley5.5
Callum Camps5.2
Ethan Hamilton4.9
Calvin Andrew4.1
Ian Henderson5.2
Zach Clough4.1
Matt Done3.8
Bradden Inman3.9
Joe Bunney3.8
7.2David Stockdale
6.3Dujon Sterling
6.8Jordan Willis
7.2Dominic Hyam
6.3Brandon Mason
7.6Liam Kelly
5.9Tom Bayliss
7.7Luke Thomas
7.0Bright Enobakhare
6.7Jordi Hiwula-Mayifuila
6.8Amadou Bakayoko
5.4Tom Davies
6.0Jordan Shipley

Match Rating3.3 

Your Rochdale v Coventry City Match Reports

CanadaDale added 17:10 - Feb 9

No creativity and composure

Martianwildpants added 17:52 - Feb 9

Boring. Calvin galling over his own feet and sadly lacking at this level. Delaney not good enough at all either and therefore two men down from the off. We were poor. Hendo - rare poor performance from him.

Yorkshire_Dale added 18:03 - Feb 9

The Maestro referred to this as the Main Event......turned out to be yet again another Home damp squid!

Really poor show again.....Our dilemma is that we have a squad with some talent but they are loanees and we have to play our own donkeys because rules is rules. Our lot are still used to getting dicked at home.

PS Well done Jim McNulty.....did ok today.

RooleyMoorBlue added 18:44 - Feb 9

Bloody awful, clueless, shapeless, no direction, no effort until one down and substitutions were laughable. Time for Mr Hill to leave while he still has some credit left.

geraldo added 23:06 - Feb 9

Didn't realise how much Rafferty contributed in an attacking sense until today. Mc Laughlin is a very poor replacement - very average in defence and offers nothing going forward

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