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  1. Not read the thread but I heard Johnson saying that the criticism after Shrewsbury was 'fair, it was fair game'. It isn't wrong to criticise when criticism is justified. The debate at the moment is whether it is justified or not based on form/performances/league position. It might get a bit heated and annoying, but the debates we're having are worth having.
  2. Exactly, and prior to Luton we were 10th. So before these 3 easier fixtures (ignore Brentford), we were underachieving.
  3. mozo

    Johnsonism's

    That's a good one. The phrase should be 'throw the baby out with the bathwater', meaning to lose something good by trying to get rid of the bad. But I think he's using it to say we won't get ahead of ourselves.
  4. You win! I tell you what, if we beat Reading and draw at QPR, I'll say we're in good form and challenging for that 6th place. Hope it happens!
  5. You seem to be using two negatives to argue a positive!
  6. I know you're being measured on this, but I will add one point to temper the optimism... Before our next game, Forest play Luton and Reading at home. Even a win and a draw would mean they're 4 points ahead of us. Also before we play, Swansea play Stoke and Preston play Barnsley. We could quite believable be 9th and 4 points behind the playoffs in a week. Suddenly we're anxious again.
  7. mozo

    Runners!

    I see we have a newbie, is that you? There's a dozen of us now. Great to see the OTIB runners covering 3 different Parkruns today.
  8. It was definitely a good game today in that it was end to end, and I'm surprised it wasn't another 2-2.
  9. I think we beat the bottom three teams so nothing to get too excited about. Plus form in all comps is a worse picture. If we win our next game I'll start getting enthused though.
  10. Perhaps we'd be better off forging a relationship with a Belgian or Dutch team. They develop talented players and we could send players out on loan to a relatively nearby country with a pleasant environment (shmoke and a pancake).
  11. I've been tempted to start a thread for a while now called 'The Afobe Myth' arguing that maybe he did look good, but you can't assume that he would continue to be good. Maybe it was just a good patch? Who knows?
  12. I believe the squad is good enough for top 6, if steered correctly, but I worry about how imbalanced the squad is with too many central midfielders and defenders and a lack of options elsewhere.
  13. I said stepover, not trip over... Boom, still got it...
  14. I do agree with you but am I right in saying that QPR in cup and league won 6-1 and 5-1 at home recently?! Doesn't sound like an easy away game to grind out a cheeky 1-0!
  15. We play them in February and it could be a distraction that they don't need.
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