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Winning while playing badly cliché 09:34 - Jan 17 with 443 viewsBluefish

Can we just clear something up for those that keep trotting this cliché out? Yes winning when having played badly is a sign of a good team but that is when a team is winning every week and when it has a bad day keeps winning. We are playing badly every week and usually losing, there is no big loss positive about occasionally beating relegation fodder that are even worse.

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Winning while playing badly cliché on 09:36 - Jan 17 with 418 viewsKeno

winning playing badly against a top team is good

winning playing badly against a the bottom team is not good

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Winning while playing badly cliché on 09:38 - Jan 17 with 388 viewstractorboy1978

Exactly that - playing badly catches up with you.
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Winning while playing badly cliché on 10:15 - Jan 17 with 324 viewsStewart27

Yep agree 100%.

That cliche makes absolutely no sense unless you’re a good team who consistently play well whilst usually winning.
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Winning while playing badly cliché on 11:00 - Jan 17 with 254 viewsBlueBadger

What I'm particularly enjoying is how one or two who are trotting it out were expressing the view that laboured 1-0 wins were utterly anathema to them but a couple of years ago.

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