TWTD Questionnaire 2020/21
Wednesday, 2nd Jun 2021 11:06
Welcome to the annual TWTD Questionnaire, your chance to look back in judgement at Town's 2020/21 season.
The results of the TWTD Questionnaire will be made available once TWTD's supercomputer, the Osborne 1.0, has finished the processing later in the summer.
This year, due to the absence of fans, a number of regular questions are missing, among them the best away day, best away fans at Portman Road and ratings on the concourse bars and FanZone. Thankfully it seems likely they'll be back on next year's survey.
Similarly, there are no questions on ITFC Women's season with their league programme having lasted only four matches. They'll be back on next year's questionnaire, ideally with the Tractor Girls in a higher division.
It's still fairly long, so leave the odd question out if you can't decide on an answer, it doesn't apply to you, you're getting a bit bored or you're starting to feel tired. All answers will be treated in the strictest confidence.
The TWTD Questionnaire, has been run for more than 20 years and is the biggest annual survey carried out amongst Town supporters with 1636 fans responding last year. All the relevant people are made aware of the results.
To fill in this year’s TWTD Questionnaire and to look at those from previous seasons, click here.
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|BangaloreBlues added 15:13 - May 21|
I spent ten minutes on player of the season. I was trying to find the groundsman but he wasn't there.
I put "poor" for Lambert and "very poor" for Cook.
That's extremely worrying!
|not_a_witty_name added 18:15 - May 21|
From Wilson's account Cook told the players from the off that they would be replaced so it's hardly surprising that performances dipped after he took over. At least he's looking at the future rather than sticking plasters on the present.
|Talbs77 added 20:15 - May 21|
Just completed thanks Phil. Jury still out for Cook recruitment is going to be absolutely massive, next 6 weeks feel like the most important in 10 years.
We panic buy and get spunked by other clubs.....
But let’s keep the positive vibe can’t wait to get back to PR, missed it badly despite the kak season...not just about the football it’s being around the place with friends and family.
|Steve_ITFC_Sweden added 07:18 - May 22|
Living abroad, there were several questions I had to leave out. ”Favourite player, all time” is always difficult, and in fact I have spread this around in the past. I’ve had Viljoen, Burley, and Wark, to name some. As regards Lambert and Cook, I gave them both ”average.” We were only a point or so off the playoffs when Lambert left, despite some admittedly dismal performances. If it’s true Cook told everyone early on that they were not much good, then he’s gone down in my estimation a bit. We should have gone all out for the playoffs with a team spirit, and then if that didn’t work, Cook could have wielded his axe at the end of the season. But I suppose he was just trying to be honest. Cook now has a huge amount to do in order to change things round, and it’s not going to be easy to find players who will choose us over the Championship. Money talks. But I wish Cook well and will support him now in his efforts to bring about the big transformation.
|DifferentGravy added 10:56 - May 22|
Poor for both managers. Lambert had two+ seasons to bring in his own players/shape his own team. Did absolutely nothing whilst we dropped like a stone from the championship and I can count on one hand the decent performances under his tenure. His managerial capability and lack of tactical nous severely exposed, we were never going to get promoted with him in charge.
Think we all felt Cook would do better and has left cause for concern. Prepared to give benefit of doubt whilst he builds his own squad.
Teddy Bishops goals v Blackpool was pretty good....showed drive and skill that we desperately need on a consistent basis.
Plenty of favourite players but Wark for me every single time. Could play anywhere, changed games, set up chances, prolific goalscorer, records, trophies and won the league players player of the year BEFORE Kenny Dalglish (and something the overrated Beckham never achieved). If he played today his transfer fee for a goalscoring defensive midfielder would be £70-80 million
|RobsonWark added 16:08 - May 22|
Obviously John Wark is my favourite player ever. I like to think I modelled myself on him when I played.
Lambert was Average but Cook was VERY Poor with the same players. I think he will be able to take us up to the Championship next season if he has money to spend and can keep KVY and maybe Downes, Kenlock, Dobra and Norwood. The rest can go f...off.
The player of the season has to be KVY even though he had minimal game time - what does that tell you about the rest of the squad.
|RobsonWark added 16:10 - May 22|
Gravy you are having a laugh. Man Utd bought Pogba for £89m so Wark would be worth DOUBLE that.
|DifferentGravy added 17:38 - May 22|
RobsonWark: Totally agree. Glad you see Wark for his real worth and for me was always undervalued.....especially compared to many so called star players
|RobsonWark added 17:55 - May 22|
Gravy I LOVED seeing Ipswich v Man Utd games with John Wark against Bryan Robson. They were both fully 100% players (unlike our weak midfield that we have now) who gave all for their teams and you could here the explosion when they tackled each other.
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