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  1. Not long back home after a stay off in Bristol. One of those games where, without stating the bloody obvious, we deserved to win simply because we scored and you did not, rather than across the 90 neutrals would have said we were obviously the better side. Different styles, but arguably you edged it for me in terms of periods of pressure. As so often in these matches it comes down to ‘moments’. Your player hits a good one and it smacks the crossbar. Our player smacks a good one and it dips in. As thin a line as that.
  2. I think SL might have a quiet tipple this evening, content with a good days results.
  3. Charlton equaling out I guess. Thought we were going to sneak over the line, but it is what it is. The game as a whole maybe the most we deserved, but with ten seconds to go... Other than the goals, cannot think of a real chance we created. Can think of plenty they did. Changing the defence at the stage we did seemed odd, but not sure it would have made much difference in the end. Very obviously not playing that well at the moment.
  4. Score better than the performance, not for the first time.
  5. Presumably this needs adding ‘at the same club’. Not putting him down at all as it is a huge turnaround in mangers throughout, but there are clearly active managers out there who have been around for decades. Dinosaurs if you will.
  6. Got to take it in the round. Other four above us all drew, so better than average.
  7. Well, we hung on to a top six place, 4 of the 5 teams above us drew, so a chance to make points on all those this weekend.
  8. Pen Charlton...scores,
  9. With so many teams in the top half, there is a real chance for a team to take a grip of it and make a break. Think WBA are as well equipped as anyone. At the moment I think I am right that we can finish the weekend in 2nd or ninth!
  10. Yep, WBA and Preston both go ahead. Will be second time in days Charlton lose to ten men.
  11. Fulham goalie sent off.
  12. I have never quite looked at it from that end of the telescope, rather, what would have been the difference if the player had not scored? So Fammy puts us 1-0 up, we draw 1-1, I tend to say he got us a point as if he did not we would have lost. It will not add up, as in 2-2 when we have different scorers, I just give both a ‘point’ whereas we only got one. If we win by more than one, I tend to say whoever put us ahead (although I have to worry about that less...). it never tends to balance anyway as a 0-0 no one got us the point, although of course we get one. So...if at the end of the season I am interested how many points Fammy ‘earned’ us, I just tend to flick through the games he scored, and see how many points less we would have got if he hadn’t got any. An imperfect science!
  13. England just the better team all the way through, made NZ look average.
  14. 9-0 twice now in Premiership history. And Schmeichel kept a clean sheet both times.
  15. What, even when the rain starts to pour?
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