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  1. Wouldn't be better to have our fans behind both goals and have theirs tucked away in the upper tier somewhere
  2. What does it matter when most referees dont have the guts book divers let alone send them off. A few years ago they had the right to march a free kick 10 yards forward if the other team showed desent. They never used that either Only way to end diving is to have a panel of ex players and ex refs who review the incident after the weekend and have the ability to impose a punishment
  3. I have the feeling that our current top management set up cannot accept a coach with a strong personality. I think that confrontation is avoided at all cost and we will look for another nice obedient controllable coach
  4. Re JD I think we must be talking about a different player. When he is one on one with the fullback he always passes back inside. Just not look fot
  5. I have to wonder what has happened to our full backs. Hunt looked OK when he came, never lightening fast but had enough experience not to get caught out too often and could deliver a great pass and cross. Now anybody under 35 and 100kg just has to push the ball past him and run. You get past or get a foul. His crossing has become hit and hope. The commentator last night said his cross leading to the goal was great, but it went straight to a defender. On the other side DaSilva. In the secondhalf last night he got a great pass in loads of space in their half, he had only one
  6. Where is the ball winner in your midfield? Teams would run straight through us and win everything in the air in midfield
  7. I dont get how so many people rate DaSilva. LJ always said "he gives you more going forward". Well I haven't seen it for a long time. When he is one on one with a full back he rarely beats him, his crossing is poor and as a defender he does not do enough to stop crosses and every team puts a monster on his side so we are at risk on the far post. Hope he will improve under a more positive manager
  8. This makes interesting reading Would we be out of the frying pan into the fire?
  9. I think with form in the last 12 games he has established us as the second worst team in the league and there is no sign of improvement. I hope when he is replaced we get a manager confident enough to speak out against Ashton and Lansdown Jnr who are learning on the job. I think when you put yourself in a high profile position like a football manager you have to accept the rough with the smooth. Lee certainly enjoyed the personal hype around the cup run and so has to accept the opposite when he fails
  10. I think it is clear that Hunt is just far too slow and every team targets that. Vyner could do no worse. He is quicker, more energetic and more enthusiastic. As for left back I am really confused. Dasilva is clearly not the best defender, he is a liability in the air but is in for his attacking flair. Really?? On Sunday we was twice one on one with the fullback and on both occasions did not get past him or get in a cross If this guy is showing nothing going forward I can't see how his defensive qualities make him a viable option going forward. I fear that he has offensive q
  11. For Mr Steve Lansdown has done a lot of things right, the stadium, the link with rugby to increase the stadium usage, training ground and not risking everything on gamble for promotion HOWEVER he just seems to have a total blindspot regards LJ. We have seen him sack other managers when the form and football quality was no worse than we have now. It is so clear that LJ has lost the plot blaming anything except himself. The players have clearly lost faith and confidence in the manager During the drinks break we see Monk laying down the law and giving instructions even though they were
  12. It is not only Wells he can't use properly, what about Palmer, Eliason, Walsh, Nagy, Kalas all signed by our little genius
  13. Can you imagine how the players feel?
  14. Perhaps LJ has just realised that he is crap
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