Crap game but kind of what I expected, 2 teams more concentrated on keeping it tight rather than have a proper go at each other. Evenly poised though which is better than someone going 3-0 up before half time.
He's too sure of himself, he knows people have been singing his praises and so he's losing focus. Almost becoming too authoritative for his own good, trying too hard to show everyone how good he is rather than just ref in an unassuming way.
This is the problem, we all find reasons to be negative when the club are actually doing something the majority have wanted. We spend £400k (a reasonable amount for us) on a player who is young and has potential and you moan?
We don't sign players for millions and people understand this, but surely spending some money on a upcoming talent as well as having the nouse to sign more experienced players on free transfers is a positive thing and give the squad a nice feel?
Why just look at the faults of buying a player and not give a rounded view?