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The Journalist

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The Journalist last won the day on November 29 2014

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  1. Like how he dicked around with it for the wins at Sheffield United and Middlesbrough? That wouldn't fit your agenda though, to be fair. Negative *****.
  2. I don’t think you’re far wrong - the players completely lost their heads. Nothing about it was OK.
  3. It’s obviously a different game if the Weimann goal isn’t incorrectly disallowed, but we completely lost control - of both the game and our heads - for a large part of the second half. But, listen, I’m a huge supporter of the head coach and what we’re trying to do as a club when many aren’t, so if we’d sooner concentrate on the officials rather than ourselves to keep things positive that’s fine by me.
  4. The only reason we didn’t lose by four or five.
  5. I totally understand why fans are frustrated with the referee, but Aston Villa created probably seven or eight really, really good chances. Adomah and Hourihane both missed what were bordering on sitters before half-time and played through us at will in the second half. We had plenty of the general play and the disallowed Weimann goal - for which he was level, which is often a tight call when things are moving at pace - was disappointing, but I’m genuinely astounded people think we deserved anything.
  6. There is absolutely nothing in this, I promise you.
  7. This is a very fair point - it does, after all, start with the owner.
  8. Absolutely - how he dealt with the departures was superb.
  9. I think the vast majority of the credit for this season's showing (so far!) has to go to the head coach, not the owner. He lost his best three players and was not given the same resources to replace them. That point is indisputable. But the job he's done (so far!) has been just magnificent - and beyond realistic expectation.
  10. But what about @Robert the bruce's "experience"?
  11. I just love this result for so many reasons.
  12. Protecting him as part of a midfield three, which is set up to counter Sheffield United's threats, is the arguably the perfect way to get him back in.
  13. Yeah, that was annoying. I was probably stood next to you for that one, too?
  14. That Lee Miller miss has sort of gone down in history but I watched it back for the first time a few months ago and it's nowhere near as bad as I remember it... I think it looked far worse from behind the goal because, as the ball went across, it looked like it was just crying out to be headed in. I mean, don't get me wrong, he should've scored, but...
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