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It hurt me to boo yesterday... 19:47 - Feb 23 with 2616 viewsSitfcB

...I don’t usually but the players have had an easy ride for long enough and they need to realise it’s not going well.

Most happy clapped them to relegation ffs.

It didn’t hurt to boo and chant towards Lambert and I’m glad it was loud and clear to him!!

11 games to go... still got to believe we can do it!!

Hopefully the fans reaction yesterday will actually spur them on!!

COYB
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It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 19:50 - Feb 23 with 2203 viewsPecker

Slippery slope Sitter mate. You will be taking bed sheets to games next. Rise above it.
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It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 19:50 - Feb 23 with 2202 viewsPJH

I think it would be a bit easier to believe that we can do it if all except two of the teams involved had got more games to play than us and most if not all of them are in better form.
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It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 19:51 - Feb 23 with 2205 viewsCoco

What’s the general feeling in the heart of the north stand?

I fear Lambert and the owner harbour the romantic notion that this will all be ok in time.

Sent from my iphone - which explains all the felling spuck ups.
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It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 19:52 - Feb 23 with 2185 viewsReuser_is_God

It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 19:50 - Feb 23 by Pecker

Slippery slope Sitter mate. You will be taking bed sheets to games next. Rise above it.


Wrong.

Owner, manager & players need to know what is currently happening is unacceptable.

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It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 19:56 - Feb 23 with 2148 viewsReuser_is_God

It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 19:51 - Feb 23 by Coco

What’s the general feeling in the heart of the north stand?

I fear Lambert and the owner harbour the romantic notion that this will all be ok in time.


The general feeling is that more people are turning each week.

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It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 20:04 - Feb 23 with 2091 viewsKeaneish

It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 19:56 - Feb 23 by Reuser_is_God

The general feeling is that more people are turning each week.


The noise is noticeably quieter than it has been in a while too.

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It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 20:11 - Feb 23 with 2047 viewsSitfcB

It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 19:56 - Feb 23 by Reuser_is_God

The general feeling is that more people are turning each week.


What RIG said.

Yesterday was the most anti-Lambert it’s ever been and getting worse game by game.

I think his comments yesterday about the fans will bite him in the arse and he’ll end up saying something bad about the support.

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It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 20:15 - Feb 23 with 2025 viewssparks

Whether you believe you are entitled or not, dong it is pretty much certain to damage rather than improve prospects. Confidence and belief is so important in football. Anything which chips away at that is negative.

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It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 20:21 - Feb 23 with 1995 viewsReuser_is_God

It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 20:11 - Feb 23 by SitfcB

What RIG said.

Yesterday was the most anti-Lambert it’s ever been and getting worse game by game.

I think his comments yesterday about the fans will bite him in the arse and he’ll end up saying something bad about the support.


It’s the loudest chanting I’ve heard against a manager at Town.

I missed the end of Micks last season so can’t compare the two.

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It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 20:23 - Feb 23 with 1959 viewsSitfcB

It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 20:15 - Feb 23 by sparks

Whether you believe you are entitled or not, dong it is pretty much certain to damage rather than improve prospects. Confidence and belief is so important in football. Anything which chips away at that is negative.


I do agree but yesterday was bad, especially the second half. Just an outpouring of frustration.

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It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 20:24 - Feb 23 with 1962 viewsSitfcB

It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 20:21 - Feb 23 by Reuser_is_God

It’s the loudest chanting I’ve heard against a manager at Town.

I missed the end of Micks last season so can’t compare the two.


I can’t recall anything as loud as that against Mick but then again he never used to come over to the fans at home, win or lose.

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It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 20:26 - Feb 23 with 1931 viewsReuser_is_God

It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 20:15 - Feb 23 by sparks

Whether you believe you are entitled or not, dong it is pretty much certain to damage rather than improve prospects. Confidence and belief is so important in football. Anything which chips away at that is negative.


To be fair during the game it was all positive.

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It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 20:32 - Feb 23 with 1913 viewsCoco

It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 20:26 - Feb 23 by Reuser_is_God

To be fair during the game it was all positive.


And in the truth the fans are exceptionally patient and supportive during games.

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It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 20:33 - Feb 23 with 1920 viewsJ2BLUE

11 games, or to put it another way, a quarter of this season.

11 game, a quarter of a season, with 7 out of 11 at home.

There really is no excuse.

Look at this table, from the day before Accrington away:

https://www.twtd.co.uk/league-tables/competition:league-one/daterange/fromdate:2

For half a season we've had bottom half form. And we've played the most game in the division in that time.

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It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 20:37 - Feb 23 with 1876 viewssparks

It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 20:32 - Feb 23 by Coco

And in the truth the fans are exceptionally patient and supportive during games.


First half- the noise was pretty impressive for L1.

2nd half- when the support was needed, it was quiet. But not abusive.

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It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 20:47 - Feb 23 with 1808 viewsCoco

It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 20:37 - Feb 23 by sparks

First half- the noise was pretty impressive for L1.

2nd half- when the support was needed, it was quiet. But not abusive.


Fair enough but that’s fairly standard. It’s a two way street.

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It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 20:50 - Feb 23 with 1801 viewssparks

It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 20:47 - Feb 23 by Coco

Fair enough but that’s fairly standard. It’s a two way street.


Indeed. But having played well first half, they needed the support second half- and didnt really get it. Fair enough after 15 minutes of crap but.... could have supported big time from the off. We used to do that.

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It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 21:28 - Feb 23 with 1639 viewsITFC_Forever

It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 19:56 - Feb 23 by Reuser_is_God

The general feeling is that more people are turning each week.


The “five more years, you’re having a laugh” (copyright me) chant grew in strength when PRP came down to the SBR at the end of the game, there’s no way he didn’t hear them.

For those in the other stands, was audible from where you were?

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It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 21:43 - Feb 23 with 1576 viewstextbackup

It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 20:11 - Feb 23 by SitfcB

What RIG said.

Yesterday was the most anti-Lambert it’s ever been and getting worse game by game.

I think his comments yesterday about the fans will bite him in the arse and he’ll end up saying something bad about the support.


I reckon his first move will be chuck evans under the bus, then he'll go for fans, then he'll say something about "they should support as well as Norwich do" then he'll leave

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It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 21:46 - Feb 23 with 1556 viewspatrickswell

It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 21:43 - Feb 23 by textbackup

I reckon his first move will be chuck evans under the bus, then he'll go for fans, then he'll say something about "they should support as well as Norwich do" then he'll leave


There will be a variation on Christophe Berra’s “We’re Ipswich, not Barcelona” quote somewhere along the line.
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It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 21:53 - Feb 23 with 1522 viewsTheTrueBlue1878

Meh, if the players can’t take a boo after the previous 22 games in the third tier of English football then they are probably in the wrong game.

Toxic atmosphere is what ultimately sent Mick packing.

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It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 22:35 - Feb 23 with 1365 viewsGarv

It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 20:11 - Feb 23 by SitfcB

What RIG said.

Yesterday was the most anti-Lambert it’s ever been and getting worse game by game.

I think his comments yesterday about the fans will bite him in the arse and he’ll end up saying something bad about the support.


Some will relish that in a perverse way.

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It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 22:38 - Feb 23 with 1347 viewsGarv

It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 20:21 - Feb 23 by Reuser_is_God

It’s the loudest chanting I’ve heard against a manager at Town.

I missed the end of Micks last season so can’t compare the two.


I sit North Upper and Mick got much worse and much louder abuse than that, hence the need for the Hull on-pitch team talk. It's often hard/impossible to hear the lower tier from up there but I imagine whatever was being sung upstairs was being sung downstairs too.

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It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 22:42 - Feb 23 with 1330 viewsHerbivore

It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 22:35 - Feb 23 by Garv

Some will relish that in a perverse way.


Nobody relishes anything about our current demise.

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It hurt me to boo yesterday... on 00:31 - Feb 24 with 1197 viewsIllinoisblue

6 wins in 29 games. Should be getting absolute pelters. Bloated squad full of overrated players led by a charlatan. Struggling to make Division 3 playoffs ffs. Struggling to compete with Fleetwood. That’s Fleetwood.

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