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There will be better days regarding the quality of the football, I'm sure - at Fleetwood we played some lovely passing football and dominated the game and we carried that on for halfan-hour against Doncaster - but today, with a blustery wind and a bobbly pitch, we had to go back to basics and dig out a result.
Home boss Russ Wilcox also criticised the playing conditions, adding: "It's very dry, bobbly and is cutting up everywhere.
We were a little disjointed at times in the game, but we showed good character to battle out a result on a very bobbly pitch against a physical side.
It was a difficult, bobbly pitch so we're just happy to go through.
PSG have yet to win away and won't enjoy the prospect of trying to put that right on the hard, bobbly pitch of the Stade Armand Cesare Furiani.
When the pitch is as bobbly as it is, for Flanny to get such a good connection on the ball was great.
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On a bobbly surface, Town had the better of the opening half hour.
I applied the mixture to my damp hair, but while rinsing it I had the water too hot so it cooked the eggs, meaning I then spent half an hour combing out bobbly bits of omelette from my hair.
It was a tough game in difficult conditions with the wind and a bobbly pitch," said Daish.
In some years they go on into the first murky days of winter and bobbly thickets of black central cones persist long after that.
While the conditions were obviously the same for both teams, Wrexham's superiority in terms of their passing game wasn't allowed to shine through on the day because of the difficulties of a bobbly pitch.
On decent pitches - and not the bobbly surface at the Gateshead International Stadium - they will come into their own and that's why the Dragons have a real chance of making it back into the Football League via the play-offs.
On a badly churned-up and bobbly surface, both teams found the going unrewarding, although the best two chances of the first half fell to the Bay.