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Everything posted by kendoddsdadsdogsdead

  1. Goodness me....utter twaddle. If the players start off so well as you say, why can they not keep that up? How on earth that is the managers fault is beyond me .
  2. Yet again, this is all DM's fault, as most would and have commented on. I disagree. Moore cannot legislate for the players playing like horses ar**s, making simple mistakes that cost goals. Last night, BROWN, BANNAN & WILDSMITH were all culpable for the goals. No pelters at them, no, just 'clueless' DM threads. Injuries no doubt are costing us, as we are not able to field a settled team week in week out. As a result, DM has to work with what he has.
  3. Not according to some of their fans if you take a look at their fan forum sites.
  4. If that is true Marshy, then those players, all of them need to hold their heads in shame. It is the managers who get the sack, whilst these f***ers continue to steal a wage. It really hurts me to think that professional footballers could contemplate acting in this manner. It seems acceptable to most on here to give pelters to the manager, why should the players escape the criticism. They are the ones on the pitch f***ing things up week after week.
  5. Our results have so far given all the teams in the division a massive lift when they play us. We are not a power house of a team, despite probably having one of the best on paper squads in the division. We are a soft touch, and teams know that. What other sides may lack in terms of personnel, they outmatch us on the pitch with their drive and determi action, to many of these teams beating SWFC is a big, big achievement. DM even this far into the season has not got an idea who his best 11are, never mind a formation. I will be amazed if we finish higher that 12th this season.
  6. Never mind the wingers, where the hell are centre backs....none on the bench if one of the starters get injured.
  7. I really do not know what to make of today's lineup....someone please enlighten me
  8. Still think DM is trying to figure who his best starting XI are. I would push Bannan forward to play a free role behind the front 2. But for me it would be as it stands-:
  9. Have I missed out on the free crack that you have obviously been taking ???? I admire your optimism my friend, but nothing in the recent past convinces me that we are ready to take the leap forward you are suggesting. I hope I am proven wrong.....oh and give us the name of your supplier
  10. If he is going, who's left to play CB ? Hutch, Iorfa (if fit)...who else ?
  11. This has the makings of being one of the most sensible threads ever posted on Owlstalk . And in that vein, I really do hope that if people do share their hopes, wishes, ambitions, decisions, then folks, whatever their view may be, just accept them and not post a load of vitriol back if it is in opposition to their particular point of view. I have made my mind up in relation to SWFC, and truth be told, it was done prior to last season. I genuinely hope our current dire situation improves.
  12. No room for sentiment in this announcement, and a few would have been the highest wage earners on the playing staff. However, it really just highlights how threadbare we really were/are. Massive, massive task to get players in, that's if we are able to at all (embargo, EFL sanctions, finances). On the flip side, it does offer a chance for some of the younger players to step up, but I have a strong feeling that this last season will be looked upon as a high point, with the prospect of us having little or no quality or depth to the squad, and a struggle to compete on the field a real and distinct possibility. I'm afraid my mood and optimism are as the current weather here in the UK, bleak, and decidedly changeable.
  13. Nor can I, but I am on a night shift !!! I share your sentiments however.
  14. M'lud, in a season like no other, I'm sure I am not alone in saying a big, big thankyou for your continued excellence in producing the OMDT. In a season bereft of anything to remotely get excited about, I can genuinely say, hand on heart that the OMDT has been a godsend. It is a real pity that those in the playing squad have not matched your commitment and energy. Thank you my friend, and I look forward to you continuing your contributions next season, whichever division we are in.
  15. We have been a backward club for years, in terms of fan engagement, youth development and facilities. Nothing seems to change year on year. Of the choices given, then Option 2 for me. What I really want to see is a club where all the players, 1st team, U23, U18 feel proud to wear the shirt and just play some decent football. We cannot have another season like this one. If we were to be relegated, I genuinely think it might well be the best solution to enable us start afresh. I know many on here will be against this, but with a dozen or so players out of contract, possible transfer embargo and the continuing insanity of the Chairman, maybe dropping down a tier allows a totally new approach to the club, the team, the fans and the playing staff.
  16. Good grief, it's the final game of the season....s**t or bust !!!!! Take the risk, no point trying to play it safe FFS !!!!
  17. Indeed it is my friend. Although my pot doesn't seem to want to boil.
  18. In other news, people may be glad to hear that the paint has dried on my living room wall....what a fabulous experience it was watching it do so.
  19. Reach, 3 opportunities to cross....3 absolute dog s**t deliveries.
  20. I'm not so sure they will rest their best players. They still have a chance if results go their way and they win out to finish as the 3rd placed team, giving them the 6th placed team in the playoffs. May not mean much to many on here, but it is important. Although Barnsley have had a fantastic season, if you had to choose between them and Brentford or Bournemouth for the play semi finals, then personally it would be Barnsley. Anyhow, what do I know, it's all academic, because we will not beat Florist.
  21. And that ladies and gents is why we DESERVE to be relegated.
  22. It's not our spirit as fans that should be called in question, but those who go out on the pitch and represent us. It's all well and good saying our season starts now, but we could have made it far easier for ourselves if we showed some spirit and determination previously. You can be as optimistic as you want, but personally regardless of the result today, we are down.
  23. Ah but will there be Django, there's the real fly in the ointment. Plenty of people out there with blue tinted spectacles on....they will renew their season tickets. Each to their own, but the ONLY way to hit Chansiri and possibly get him to change is to not spend a single penny towards the club. Draconian, I know but hit him in the pocket then we might get some changes. I really do hope we get relegated, not because I want us too, but the thought of us staying up, under another transfer embargo with so many players out of contract fills me with absolute terror. If we do end up relegated, we are more likely to be able to rebuild than spend another season scrapping for our lives. I'm sure there are many that will disagree.
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