The biggest problem for me with those who are saying 'how well we did' last Friday night and 'what do we expect in the club's situation' is that we should have higher expectations for our club and also have higher expectations of our manager. To go into a game and not have a bit of a go at winning is really poor in my book. If people are honest, and all things were equal would you really choose Jos to take the club forward? I wouldn't. Last Friday reminded me of Graeme Taylor being in charge of England all those years ago. You're heart didn't want England to lose, but you just knew that he wasn't the right man for the job and it was a double edged sword when England didn't reach the world cup.
I feel the same about Jos. Apart from making us a tight unit, he hasn't got a plan. He doesn't connect with the fans either. The little run we put together to get us into the play-off places gave a false view of the team and it was hardly scintilating football - in many ways it was a lot of dross with a few blinding longe rangers from Reach. I understand about FFP and all the clubs issues, but for gods sake!
If it was a manager trying to play in the right way, having a go, I think there would be a lot more forgiving people on here.
Objectively - yeah, well done we got a point. Players like Cameron, Penny, Reach, Bannan, Fletcher deserve credit.
Realistically - In their heart of hearts people know it wasn't good enough. 1 shot on target (well kind of). They weren't world beaters, and we made them look good - and that is the point. Expect more people, and push the club forward, not stick with what we've got, because it was better rubbish than the rubbish served up in the previous game.