I was up in ipswich so i used my season ticket to go see a free game. Henshall did not have a good game in fact no one stood out. Got to say coventry are a good side and there number 11 looked a good player.
Thought I'd go along tonight to form my own opinions on players in U21's. I'm glad I went it confirmed what I had thought for a while. Hewitt will not be played in the right back spot. Not good enough, lets players cross for fun. One cross they scored from. When he ventures upfield he can't cross. Connoly I thought was a speedy skillful winger. He was played upfront for most of the game and had to feed off scraps. I was not impressed with him either on this showing. He will also have to watch his tackles as he could get sent off for being a bit too zealous. Henshall, never in a million years good enough. He's lucky to be in the under 21 team. When the lad McDonald came on he did shine a bit but the service from a poor midfield was not good, infact it was terrible. Hammond look to do the simple things well and looked strong. All in all we were outplayed all over the pitch by Coventry, who had players strong on the ball with a bit of skill. We didn't. Nobody in this team is putting any pressure on the 1st team, which to my mind is worrying.
Tabb , hes shortest odds to win the shortest competion. Hi HO Hi HO its down the wing i go ,with a dodgy pass and a big fat arse Hi HO Hi HO. Its all square pegs with my stumpy legs Hi HO Hi HO Oh Tee Hee Hee , i never get subbed coz ugly big Mick cant see me Hi HO Hi HO ..
One game at a time ,bourmouth next and 3 points are really tough ,please please if there is to be a goal in this game allow us to get it first. Going behind to bournmouth is a nightmare they just dont lose. They are the best side in the division ,but they are not chelsea man city liverpool man ute arsenal etc. COYB
Yes us true blues always knew you had something going on,so for all you whingers lets hear it for the Management team at ITFC who despite all your attempts to put them down do a fantastic job onward and upwards