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  1. dontCallMeOwlCallYou

    Time to go

    How did you bring yourself to watch that match again?
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    0 - 0 against the pigs and we are happy

    The result was good considering the performance, the performance itself was however a ramification of our situation, which is load and clear, we are a very poor footballing side and lack consistency. I say consistency because the personnel at our disposal have shown they can play better than they did last night. I think we should as you say consider the situation, take it seriously and face up to it and begin to put things right properly, which includes the management of the club facing reality and reacting, rather than cowering in the corner, which again shows how our situation has manifested into the performance, because thats pretty much what we did last night.
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    Rhodes price tag increases again

    Come next summer I mean, a team coming down from the prem would take a 3.5m risk on him imo. He’s always going to be worth something due to his name, as is usually the case with football.
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    Rhodes price tag increases again

    I would not be surprised at that at all, think you would be surprised at what a 'name' can get you money wise in football. Newly relegated teams will defo pay that due to his past.
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    Its got to be done

    If you think another change of manager will fix the deep lying problems we face over night, you are in for a big disappointment.
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    0 - 0 against the pigs and we are happy

    I usually squirm at your ‘harsh’ comments, but for once I agree, we are dire and raw opinions like yours need to be be taken very seriously by the club. We have all seen how bad things can get if we accept that things are just the way they are, we nearly went out of business at one time. It is time for the club and us to stop been so sensitive and to really sort this out, because despite commending some of the lads git last night to get a draw, the actual football was possibly the worst I have ever seen us play. It really is time for us to pick ourselves up from the nearly, accept the criticism when relevant (as a whole, not on individuals so much). And get back on track, we need expectations, desire and something to be proud of again. This ‘transition period’ could go either way and people need to really consider that, just because we are attempting to build, doesn’t mean it will go the right way if the chain of command at the club don’t seriously ask the right questions of themselves.
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    Definition of support

    Heres a few definitions from the oxford dictionary Give assistance to, especially financially. Give approval, comfort, or encouragement to. Suggest the truth of; corroborate. Be actively interested in and concerned for the success of Bear all or part of the weight of; hold up. Are you using a carefully selected definition of support to support an argument about support?
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    Individual grit was admirable and Dawson showed maturity beyond his years with a great performance. But I wouldn't say I am proud right now, we have fallen off a cliff in the last few years. If anything I feel sorry for the lad to be honest.
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    Great determination and grit, football wise absolutely atrocious. Its a good result however.
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    terrible by Sharp that, thank god.
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    Tbf looks like united do struggle when teams don’t come at them, they are pretty void of ideas. In a strange way, its paying off us been crap
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    They are not exactly great, the quality in this league has nose dived rapidly in the last few years, unfortunately so have we.
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    They have showed grit, I will give the lads that. But direction wise this team is very very worrying.
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    Don’t think we can single out one player, this is not a team, they have shown fantastic grit I will give them that. But we have no direction what so ever, I have never seem Wednesday get outplayed like this in my life. Something is seriously wrong, we are in more danger of going down this season than we ever were last season. Think some of our better players will save us with moments of brilliance.
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    No way would he start for us, give over pal. Bannan and Reach were not bad investments in the last 3 years. We have more than enough talent to not be playing like we have been recently. I am not asking for great football, I am asking for football, I have no idea what we are attempting to play now. If we sold all of our assets we would probably recoup all the transfer money we spent. I agree we have no divine right, but we should be playing a lot better than we have been, this is dire. As a fan base I feel we do deserve a bit more yes, and I don’t expect you to care how I feel, I respect your happy with this, its your prerogative.