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|‘Do not go gentle into that good night....|
at 19:41 8 Dec 2018
Rage, rage against the dying of the light’
Come on Town, this is the time to show what we’re made of, on and off the pitch. The team need us now like never before, fabulous support today, let’s recreate that at PR on Saturday. If we’re to go down let’s go down fighting.
Blue action bods, I think the quote in the title would make a class banner too.
|Freddie Sears was superb |
at 21:45 28 Nov 2018
2 great goals and, as always, got through an immense amount of work.
He deserved better from some of his teammates tonight.
|We're going to win today aren't we?|
at 10:23 27 Oct 2018
I'd be worried if I was a Millwall fan, what looked like a guaranteed 3 points under Hurst is now nothing of the sort. I always hate it when our opponents have just changed their manager.
E I E I E I O
|Come on Villa|
at 19:43 23 Oct 2018
Give us a tiny bit of relief in what is turning into a pretty miserable season.
If the budgies win tonight they'll have me a bit worried that there could be 2 divisions between us this time next year.
What an awful thought.
|4 of the next 5 games v teams in the bottom 6|
at 20:01 6 Oct 2018
Things could look very different by the middle of November.
On the flip side, if we're still in the bottom 3 by then, it could be an extremely tough season.
Fabulous day today, COYB.
|Is anyone else beginning to worry that...|
at 20:42 22 Sep 2018
We should have been careful what we wished for?
I knew it would be tough post Mick but I didn't realise it would be quite so joyless.
An even more divided fanbase, just as many annoying idiots posting on here, and a pretty terrible football team to boot.
I know the subsequent troubles don't necessarily mean we were wrong to get rid of Mick but you have to wonder.
|In any walk of life|
at 16:19 19 Sep 2018
It's normal for a new manager to cause some unrest, particularly if they are replacing a long serving, extremely popular, incumbent.
No one likes change and no one likes insecurity. Our players are used to Mick, who they trusted and who trusted them, who very rarely criticised them and with whom they knew exactly where they stood.
PH has a far more abrasive style, is happy to call out players who he feels aren't performing and is much quicker to drop those players, regardless of their status in the squad.
The senior pros are bound to be a little disconcerted, they are well out of their comfort zone. I'm sure, with hindsight, PH would have handled things slightly differently too.
However, these players are paid extremely well to represent our club and, now more than ever, we need them to step up and show some minerals. Second half last night was a good start.
|Brentford look decent |
at 20:09 18 Sep 2018
Putting lots of pressure on the ref at every opportunity too.
I fear the worst there.
|Why was Krul wasting time? |
at 14:27 2 Sep 2018
Slightly bizarre and extremely tinpot.
I wouldn't have been happy if I was one of them lot, they were in the ascendancy too.
|Come on Burnley |
at 19:53 16 Aug 2018
Send Erdogan's pets home with their tails between their legs
|Throughout the whole ''numbskull' debate|
at 22:34 14 Aug 2018
I defended our fans to anyone who would listen. Every club has idiots after all, and ours are no worse than anyone else's.
However, the blubbing on here this week has me starting to doubt.
As a fanbase we wanted change, it had gone stale, we knew it was a bit of a risk but we were willing to sacrifice grinding safety for something a bt more edgy. Now we've got what we asked for. We have a young manager, attempting to introduce a completely new style with a completely new team.
But because we've lost 2 games (2 games ffs!) the knives are out again.
Of course performances and results have been disappointing but nowhere near as disappointing as seeing the bedwetting on here.
Maybe Mick had it right all along.
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