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  1. Today was always going to be a tricky fixture for lots of reasons, but we got 3 points and a very important 3 points they are too. The next two games will pose problems of a different kind, but at least we have more than one formation in the locker. I appreciate it is not pretty at the moment, but there is a lot of good work going on and I'm genuinely finding it very interesting. I stand by my pre-season assumption we will finish mid-table, only because I didn't think our squad was strong enough to maintain a season long push with so many games so close together, but the more I
  2. They may be fit before Christmas I'm just not saying which Christmas
  3. I have an idea Why not use VAR to correct a clear and obvious error only, otherwise it's the refs call. Oh hang on......
  4. No Sky ? No problem I'll just go down the pub to watch it Oh hang on...........
  5. Get me back to 'The Gate' I'm not cut out for watching my team on TV When I am at the match it is easier to see the whole game, who is making those off the ball runs and who is tracking back. On TV all you see is this little window. When I'm at the game it is easier to get behind the lads and try and spur them on. A free kick or a corner with COME ON YOU REDS ringing in your ears. I find I'm moaning at the team on TV mainly because i feel disconnected from the game . Mind you the picture freezing doesn't help. I hate being critical of the team during a game, that is for th
  6. He's a rookie manager in his first season and it will be a steep learning curve. I think we'll probably finish safely in mid-table, whether that is good enough will remain to be seen.
  7. I think Max O'leary is ahead of Nagy for a midfield spot
  8. I wouldn't sign him for his goal scoring, so don't get hung up on the fact that he has scored a goal tonight He is a talented player and in the right team will be very creative and from what I've seen Swansea do have a very good chance of a top six finish. Our midfield is far from convincing and our defence is getting weaker by the game, I just can't us maintaining our early season form. Unless Walsh and Williams can make a difference (whenever they comeback) I'd rather have KP than COD, just my opinion.
  9. He'll probably help Swansea to a top six finish, while we scrabble around mid-table
  10. I read the post as meaning the pass from Bentley was lazy
  11. Well I'm happy, I've never had a refund after a shit home performance under LJ
  12. The worrying thing for me tonight was the manner of the performance, there were just too many similarities to the woeful ones we endured under LJ last season. Let's not go back there please.
  13. Moore was looking up field when Bents passed to him. Bentley should have taken more care with the pass, but that said Moore had enough time to get rid of the ball and reset himself
  14. Blimey was LJ in charge for this game, almost carbon copy of last season.
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