Thought that there were no real stand-out performances but that Toshney, Dixon & McManus were best. Gomis was good in the 1st half but started to give the ball away when he tired. Doyle, Durnan, Buchanan & Miller were fine but I thought that Longridge was poor by his standards and, for once, probably deserved to be subbed.
Sammon really frustrated me today. I noticed an increase in effort from a few today but not from him. On maybe three occasions he put the foot down and was able to brush off defenders with ease but he didn't seem to realise that he could or should have been doing it for 90 minutes! If he had the same work rate as McManus he'd get on a hell of a lot better.
As said above, we haven't been able to find a pairing up front that can work together well and I agree with Mr Dust when he suggests that we put Longridge in there. Louis tends to want to beat a man or two before passing when he's played further back which, as seen today, often ends in the move breaking down. He'll get the ball away a lot faster if played further up-field I would say.
Special mention for Dixon though. He was really good today and certainly doesn't seem to be missing Ray too much. His crossing was a lot better and the ball in for Doyle's goal was outstanding.