Even if he had the worst game of his life he shouldn't be booed.
Personally, the only time I think it is acceptable to boo is when an individual or set of individuals clearly does not have the clubs best interests at heart. As long as a player is trying he should never get booed, even if his performance is 1/10
At the game I felt like the minority because I didn't hurl abuse at Hyam, but on here 99% of people are furious that it happened. Seriously, I was surrounded by people giving him abuse!
Either TWTD consists of people who don't go to games or people who gave him stick at the game are now pretending they didn't. I just don't understand how there can be such a contrast between the view down at Portman Road and the view on here.
I'm amazed at some of the stupid comments floating around about this topic.
My guess is a lot of these local businesses rely on the club for a substantial part of their income, it won't be easy for them to simply not deal with ITFC ever again.
Whilst you can argue that these local suppliers should have prepared better, they don't have the benefits of larger companies that can afford to employ someone to assess all these risks. A large organisation like ITFC however should be planning better and should not be having these cash flow issues.
Personally I think Marcus Evans should sort it out, why should these businesses suffer because of poor planning by ITFC? Are we not meant to be supporting the local community and business?
We have played a lot of the better sides early on and when we have lost it hasn't often been by more than 1 goal. I'd say that we have had a pretty decent start and furthermore are going to improve in the coming weeks.
Will be within touching distance from the play-offs later in the season but will also need a bit of luck to make them by the end.