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Lad's just got back.
Says we played well for 10 minutes!!
Eardley had a field day. Ward, new signing, did nothing, Gnands and Fonz won a lot of ball, initially, but there was little or no creativity after that. Bola up and down, but so are the other three or four left backs we have. Guy a little weak. No shots on target for over an hour. Didn't think we knew whether we were playing 4-4-2, 3-5-2, or 5-3-2.
Appleton smiling, sure Hardie is at Plymouth (are they utilising him better than us?) as well as Evo, who needs to stay at Barrow, for his own sake.
A lot of frustration from fans there today. A lot of money spent watching us fail, again. A lot of early season hope evaporating. A lot of free Saturdays coming up. A lot of blue shite who don't dese-rve to be paid after a winless run going back to early December, a lot of questions about yesterday's man in charge, who could retain some credibility by accepting some responsibility. What are TP, BF, NM and LC doing nowadays, 'cause this isn't any different?
Grayson did us proud about thirteen years ago, but FFS!!! Andy Morrell was commentating for Radio Wancs today. Are we saying he should suit up again, ' coz he did it once upon a time?
SG not gonna be sacked this year and won't resign, so we're stuck with one who's outlived his effectiveness and is becoming the main hindrance to any aspirations we have to "progress".On current form, we deserve to be relegated.
Play all three if he likes. We're still going down
Suppose today's insipid performance will make Charlton think twice about signing dopey-bollocks
They're not gonna pot him this season, so we're stuck.
Relegation might help. What a thing to say!!
As I mentioned in another thread, we've got our club back, just need a team to do it justice.
Watched Barrow this evening. Not about to say that Evatt is the answer to our problems, but footage showed the positive air around the place,. It's obvious Evo "has" the dressing -room.
Some inventive dead-ball approached, especially corners. Quigley received a standing ovation when subbed, the fans love Ian's input and they've gone from being a relegation -threatened outfit, to possibly playing us next year. Why the fuck would IE consider the Blackpool job if it was offered?
Qblock2019 wrote:Tell them like it is Sudds. They don’t like it. They’re just happy to plod on just like it was. This manager and these signings are taking us nowhere.
F*** me, Q!!
We'll be opening a joint branch of Cas-Fev supporters' club next!!!
tangerine77 wrote:He might have been 13 years ago, but he ain't cutting it now. Things change, some people's approach doesn't. Watching the football being played now is evidence he's not able to move with the times.
Hes a good manager. Shit managers dont win as many promotions as he has. Any who thinks he only plays negative football need to go and buy the 2006/07 season review and watch the football we played.
EagleDay wrote:He's not going to plough money into the squad until he has clear plans with everything in place.
Realise the infrastructure needs to be sound to give us a platform to progress. With that in mind, there doesn't seem to be much news about improved training facilities of late and we still seem keen to ship out youngsters who were supposed to be the future (Roache comes to mind). Unsure what long-term Board, scouting and coaching plans are
Agree with Q about uninspiring signings. Everyone appears happy there's interest in the market before the end of January, but the kid from Wolves, Madine ( who didn't exactly light up our world last time and Bola ( who, if this deal for the Stevenage, yes Stevenage wonder- back goes through, will probably be getting a bit of match time in all sorts of positions just to sharpen up his fitness for 'Boro next season) aren't pushing my buttons. Would have like Kirby back and still worried about keeper cover, but, hey!! We've got our club back, just need a team and can't expect everything to change overnight (or over-decade).
Being a bit selfish I suppose, but I would have liked to see our boys settled in the Championship, beating the likes of t'Rovers, Readings's first team and, of course, the lilyshites, before I die
Read about it in Harry Potter and the Wizard's Sleeve.
"Fancy a bit of upskirting? ", Hagrid nudged Harry as he took his new bird to class.