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  1. Against the top 5 teams in WSL you are on a hiding to nothing setting up to hold on to nil nil from the start and hoping for something on the counter arrack. It really doesn’t seem like the best use of the players they’ve got. I hope Beard’s knowledge of the league will allow him to adjust the game plan depending on opposition weakness as well as giving Salmon a better chance to make the most of her obvious talent. I fear that even if they stay up she will be gone at the end of the season.
  2. Everton are considerably stronger than they were when Willie Kirk took over. I think they are considered integral to the Everton in the community offer to encourage the around 50% of the population who are female to enjoy being physically active themselves. I still feel that City were cornered into having a women's club by Rovers getting relegated out of the league and if they could would give them back as a drain on resources. In this game the ref has 'tried to let the game flow' or has missed an awful lot.
  3. If Matt Beard didn't know what he'd taken on he does now. Next weekend could be painful as well. I don't remember them not losing to Chelsea since the formation of the league and in recent seasons it's been a pasting home and away every time.
  4. It's easy to think we could do better or know someone who could but as they say you can't please all the people all the time so it's not an easy job. While I don't think our social media output is great or dire, I think this kind of award just shows how poor an average clubs output is never mind a bad one. We can all wish for it to be continually improving, but sometimes it's a good idea to appreciate what we have got.
  5. I’m pretty sure the £10 price point was an EFL wise agreement with sky as it’s the same as a one day pass on now tv for the sky games. The only really poor bit of robins tv is downsey but as the club has been ramming him down the throats of anyone arriving in their seat at the ground before kick off for a few years now it’s unlikely they will end our suffering now because it’s on tv. Hopefully with a bit more preparation time before the season starts a bit more quality recorded pieces can be included but overall it could be a lot worse.
  6. Given all the landsdown family have said about DNA I can’t believe they have given an application from JT more than a few seconds consideration.
  7. Watching the boro game without commentary reminded me how much better the premier league on Amazon was when they did a no commentary option at Christmas. I hoped other broadcasters might do it but even Amazon haven’t done it this time so I guess I’m in a minority.
  8. I suspect that if Williams had been available, Kalas might have been given a rest. As he wasn't, the alternative was Baker coming back from injury so equally vulnerable to injury pushing himself hard on return, so Hobson's choice for Johnson.
  9. Over the last 3 or 4 season (since the shirts with the icthy necks) I've spent my money on gear for the prem side I follow as the city offerings are such poor quality, stock is so random and they seem to have decided female customers don't even exist.
  10. It has been commented that the mass late arrival of Swansea fans was similar to that of the Millwall fans. I understand from friends working at Temple meads on both days that the away fans were directed to drink local to the station and join the escort to the ground. To locals who know how long it takes to walk alone, sober and on empty pavements, to Ashton Gate from there, it was quite obvious that the police escort did not intend to get them to the ground in time for the start. The delay also increased drinking time for most by about a pint. While I can understand that if you get them there
  11. Can’t see him getting much playing time at Everton at the moment. Any ideas why he’d want away from Villa at the moment (apart from them being Villa)?
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