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TrickyTrev last won the day on June 7 2019

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  1. When we got the points deduction I didn’t think we had a chance. I still think it’ll be tough, we are going to hit a bad patch at some point and I’m still concerned about the lack of goals in this Wednesday side. This weeks games will be a good yard stick.
  2. Hanging on for a point there at the end at home to Fulham. Doesn't bode well with Liverpool, Man City and Chelsea on the horizon.
  3. McBurnie and McGoaldrought are awful in front of goal, pigs should be about 3 up here. Brewster to come on at HT surely.
  4. Injuries shouldn’t matter, that’s what they were all telling us when our entire first team were out injured when we played them at the sty a couple of years ago in Luhukay’s first match.
  5. He was good but I’m not sure he’s one of the best players we’ve ever had, I could give you a list of 50 players we’ve had who were better. As much as I liked Lee and admired both his professionalism, his attitude and his ability, I can’t help but think the time was right for him to move on.
  6. I’m resigned to the fact that we’ve got a points deduction of 12 points and the only way we will get out of this mess is on the pitch. I’m not waiting on the appeal so if some good news does come out of it then it’ll be an unexpected bonus but I’ve put it to the back of my mind if I’m being honest.... unlike the initial hearing where I was on here literally every 20 minutes checking for news.
  7. They’ll get their first points on the board tomorrow, genuinely can’t see them not getting anything against Fulham, the pigs are a far better side.
  8. Absolutely bang on. If we finish 4th from bottom it will have been a good season. Given the turnover of players in the summer, the fact that players will have no doubt been put off signing for us due to the deduction and not forgetting how big a deficit 12 points is to overturn survival will be a huge result for the club. To put it in context, 50 points is widely considered to be the benchmark for survival so we need to get 62 points this season which would usually leave us around 10th-12th in the league. Monk has a track record of keeping a side up bef
  9. You can’t go wrong with Soccer Saturday on a Saturday afternoon, especially now they’re showing the goals and big chances straight away.
  10. One game at a time. Pulling 12 points back is such a big task that if you look too far ahead it can be a little daunting. 3 points tomorrow (hopefully!!) and then onto the next.
  11. Well if he’s half as good as the last player we loaned from Derby this could be a very shrewd piece of business indeed.
  12. Barry Bannan is our best player by a mile. If he leaves we go from being a poor side to a very poor side. With him at the club I think it’s touch and go whether we stay up or not, if he leaves we don’t have a prayer of staying up. Relegation would cost us far more than any fee we might get for Bannan, we have to keep him at the club at least until the end of the season.
  13. Them being amongst “the 9” would make them feel all important but actually carries very little weight as under the proposals only 6 of the 9 have to vote for something for it to pass so the big 6 would call all the shots. I suspect saying 9 clubs rather than 6 is just a p**s poor attempt to disguise what this really is, a power grab by the big 6. Despicable that the EFL chairman Rick Parry has given his public backing to the big 6 using the current pandemic as an opportunity to shape the game how they see fit. It’s an absolute disgrace.
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