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  1. Need em too, still a gutting -9 goal difference!
  2. V Swansea Kalas (Vyner) Palmer (vc) (Nagy) Fam (c) (Wells)
  3. It's not just true of football, any 'team' working under a dweeb of a leader is far more likely to under perform than not. Truth is you have to get the players playing in their strongest position and that goes for a manager too. We put a weak inexperienced manager in charge (through no fault of his own) , eventually that was always gonna cause a problem. Right players, in the right positions, led by the right manager and hopefully it'll be onwards and upwards now.
  4. The whole midfield showed great commitment across the board, I do wish Palmer could avoid copping a yellow card every game though, the way he played tonight showed why we paid the money for him. Hate to think he'll potentially miss games due to suspension just as it is all clicking into place for him.
  5. Rovers in drop zone too, If Carlsberg did football.....
  6. What a difference it makes when you play your 2 centre forwards in the centre for a change
  7. V Boro Kalas C (Vyner) Palmer VC (Nagy) Wells (Semenyo)
  8. What's that coming over the hill - is it a Pearson
  9. Aren't we always told its a confidence game etc, be honest the team selection/set up has been a bloody shambles for ages now, the whole lot of em including the management have looked like a beaten team before a ball is even kicked. Can see Pearson being as much of an excitement to the team as it is to us fans, hopefully it will give them all a boost.
  10. Not so sure about Fam, with a quality coach and a driven team formation that would suit him I could see Fam stepping up to the job.
  11. I see that Bournemouth have appointed Woodgate as caretaker manager until end of season now, they're probably having a similar issue in getting commitment from a decent manager at this stage of the season and have decided to wait.
  12. Not so sure if it is communicated properly to the players what they are trying to achieve - admittedly communication has never exactly been a strength at the club.
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