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  1. A point at Cardiff this afternoon leaves Wednesday two points better off than this time last season and four points better off than this time in Carlos' first season.
  2. Here you go have an extra graph for your patience, comparing this to all the seasons since we got promoted from L1:
  3. Comparison table and graph Game 7

    Here is my updated one if you prefer to see it all in line graph form:
  4. The offence is when an offside player interferes with play. If an offside player interferes with play in his own half, that is where the freekick is taken from by the new rules. If an offside player isn't interfering with play, he is not committing an offence therefore no freekick at all. Takes a bit of getting your head around but that is how I understand it.
  5. There was a rule change before the start of last season. The official was right, Bullen was wrong if that's what he was complaining about. "If an offside offence occurs, the referee awards an indirect free kick where the offence occurred, including if it is in the player’s own half of the field of play." http://www.thefa.com/football-rules-governance/lawsandrules/laws/football-11-11/law-11---offside
  6. Here's the updated graph after today. One point better off than the two previous seasons.
  7. There we go then first win and 1 point better off than this time last season.
  8. Yeah we'll be reyt if we beat Fulham on Saturday we'll have a point more than last season
  9. Foreign centre half

    We got Loovens from Real Zaragoza on a free (or for a small fee, not totally sure). He was a great signing by Dave Jones nonetheless.
  10. My attempt at positivity - not the three points we were hoping for but at least we've got something on the board. And a win on Wednesday would put us on exactly the same points total as the last two seasons. Plus there's a long way to go
  11. Worth reemphasising this considering our opening day defeat. None of the four sides who achieved automatic promotion in 2015/16 and 2016/17 won their opening match so it isn't the end of the world.