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O’Neill: 07:29 - Mar 9 with 1754 viewsCoco



From 1:35

Sent from my iphone - which explains all the felling spuck ups.
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O’Neill: on 07:42 - Mar 9 with 1644 viewsJDB23

What is it about these lot that don't understand half a season of relegation form is not "a bit of a blip".
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O’Neill: on 07:50 - Mar 9 with 1583 viewsTractorWood

O’Neill: on 07:42 - Mar 9 by JDB23

What is it about these lot that don't understand half a season of relegation form is not "a bit of a blip".


Massive culture of denial.

I know that was then, but it could be again..
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O’Neill: on 07:52 - Mar 9 with 1571 viewsTractorCam

O’Neill: on 07:42 - Mar 9 by JDB23

What is it about these lot that don't understand half a season of relegation form is not "a bit of a blip".


The blip was August-October.

He mentions that when the fans get on their backs the players feel that. Well we were good boys and girls on Saturday and guess what O'Neill we still didn't score and never looked like it.

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O’Neill: on 08:00 - Mar 9 with 1497 viewsbobbyramsey

....but it's all the fans fault don't you know.

The snowflakes don't like an audience.....
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O’Neill: on 08:13 - Mar 9 with 1431 viewsITFC_Forever

Other than LON saying we need to try and stay positive, I must have missed the bit where he slates the fans and mis-heard the bit where he said the fans have been brilliant.

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O’Neill: on 08:30 - Mar 9 with 1343 viewsGeoffSentence

O’Neill: on 08:00 - Mar 9 by bobbyramsey

....but it's all the fans fault don't you know.

The snowflakes don't like an audience.....


Brilliant, when games are played behind closed doors because of Corona, we should see league winning form.

In the 38 games in which ALB played in goal for us, we averaged 1.53 points per game which, had they been over the course of a single season, would have seen us challenging for the play offs. This at a time when we were otherwise struggling against relegation. Oh, and didn't Mick Mills have terrific posture.
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O’Neill: on 09:15 - Mar 9 with 1190 viewsBluefish

O’Neill: on 08:13 - Mar 9 by ITFC_Forever

Other than LON saying we need to try and stay positive, I must have missed the bit where he slates the fans and mis-heard the bit where he said the fans have been brilliant.


We must find an enemy and they can't accept it being Emporer Lambert. They tried for Evans are were made to look a bit silly, they tried for Chambers and Skuse but it wouldn't stick. LO'N is the next target and an easier target

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O’Neill: on 09:36 - Mar 9 with 1091 viewsbobbyramsey

O’Neill: on 08:13 - Mar 9 by ITFC_Forever

Other than LON saying we need to try and stay positive, I must have missed the bit where he slates the fans and mis-heard the bit where he said the fans have been brilliant.


He did say that, but previous quotes from within the club state that the fans expectations inside the ground are too high.

And as for being "the hunters?" Well, that worked.......
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O’Neill: on 09:56 - Mar 9 with 999 viewsPhilTWTD

O’Neill: on 08:13 - Mar 9 by ITFC_Forever

Other than LON saying we need to try and stay positive, I must have missed the bit where he slates the fans and mis-heard the bit where he said the fans have been brilliant.


Indeed, I was perplexed by some of the comments on Twitter about LON's interview. The only point he made which could be seen as vaguely critical of fans in that manner was the one echoing Joey Barton's post-match quotes about how a fractious atmosphere can help the opposition, a point PL made at his press conference as well. There was no blaming the fans for the current situation as has been claimed.
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O’Neill: on 10:40 - Mar 9 with 825 viewsgroovyASH

O’Neill: on 09:56 - Mar 9 by PhilTWTD

Indeed, I was perplexed by some of the comments on Twitter about LON's interview. The only point he made which could be seen as vaguely critical of fans in that manner was the one echoing Joey Barton's post-match quotes about how a fractious atmosphere can help the opposition, a point PL made at his press conference as well. There was no blaming the fans for the current situation as has been claimed.


No ownership of the fact it is this team the manager is putting out that pi$$es the fans off and lead to the "fractious" atmosphere.

Fans are sick and tired of it, we have been appalling at home all season and really, I cannot think of many similar sized clubs where the fans would have accepted it as much as we have. The Portman Road faithful do not know the meaning of the word so I do not accept that the atmosphere is offered as an excuse, however mildly, by anybody at the club.

The entire running of the club has failed, not the fans
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