|codge added 17:39 - Jan 6|
Not really sure what to say other than we did what we had to do.
Yet again second half we made more hard work for ourselves than needed to be, l really do like Boufal but it's getting old seeing him always trying to beat every player on the pitch and ending up giving the ball away as the end result.Still a win was much needed but can't see much of an improvement in our approach to this game but hope springs eternal and l am trying to keep the faith.
aceofthebase added 17:53 - Jan 6
I thought that we missed an opportunity to bed in our new signings!
pete_boggs added 19:20 - Jan 6
larry12 added 19:56 - Jan 6
Redmond a complete tosser.
SaintPaulVW added 21:37 - Jan 6
I'm now more hopeful of us both getting to and doing well in the Championship with other small clubs. Investment strategy intact. Go Soccerballers!
smiffdub added 06:49 - Jan 7
Gawd! Wretched football once again. But a reminder of where we're at...we have a manager whose tactical habits are ingrained and they might be sufficient to get hi through a season in the Championship. Against better opposition the sit-back-on-1/0-lead aproach will usually fail (as we've seen this season(. Even the the opposition doesn't bite your hand off, a ref's decision here or there, or a bound bounce here or there, anything really, can produce a goal against you. Luckily, Fulham didn't have it. But there's the word...luckily. I've said before here, MP is a reckless gambler, betting against the odds that his fragile team won't concede. His obstinacy in this recklessness is what's going to send us down this year.
LoisDeem added 10:40 - Jan 8
Even against Fulham, we exposed our main shortcoming, playing someone up with that lone striker.
Would have been a good time to try, but then you can trust our bone headed board/committee that pick the team to put JWP in that role, even though he's an accomplished supplier to our invisible duo. Well taken goal James.
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