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|So then, Ian Wright on Desert Island Discs |
at 16:49 17 Feb 2020
Something in my eye, I think. The bit about him waiting all day for his absent father to turn up to give him some money so he could buy trousers was like a punch to the gut.
The show works best when it serves as a therapy session.
|Football Misery Index |
at 16:03 12 Feb 2020
What other fans are suffering as much as us right now? Ranked on a very unscientific scale of crapness and factoring in success of main rivals. I’d have us second only to Rangers.
1. Rangers. Stevie G has restored some sanity and stability but despite that they’ll likely end season without a trophy and watch Celtic win their 10th title in a row.
2. Ipswich. Apparently wealthy owner who doesn’t really like to spend money. A succession of woeful managers (Mick aside), and worst league position in 50 years. While Norwich hoover up prem millions and have a conveyor belt of young talent.
3. Everton. Wasted millions on terrible transfers while their red neighbours become European champions again, world champs and soon to be record breaking domestic champs.
Any more I’ve missed? Bury, obviously.
|Will Keane, etc. |
at 17:49 8 Feb 2020
Largely anonymous apart from that neat through ball for Kenlock early on. And for a big man, he sure loses out on about 80% of headers he could win.
Jon Nolan... world class at playing the ball sideways and backwards. Frustrating player. Didn’t his highlight reel show him banging in goals from all over?
We really desperately need someone who can thread a pass through. Some flair and creativity. Bishop will never be fit again and Dozzell will never get a look in so not sure where that leaves us. Stuck in League 1, I expect.
at 17:02 8 Feb 2020
Serial failure in his last four jobs. Three wins since November now? Fook off
|Rotherham winning |
at 21:16 7 Feb 2020
Boooooooo. Could be an ugly looking league table tomorrow night
|This feels different |
at 15:07 2 Feb 2020
Even if by some miracle we string some wins together and get promoted, feels like it will be in spite of Lambert not because of him. Sensed an undercurrent of fans not being convinced by him, but this Posh hammering has tipped things past the point of no return. The hammering at Lincoln, home defeat to Bristol, the last gasp loss at Exeter... feels like yesterday was the final straw. And yet it wasn’t that long ago “Paul Lambert is a blue” was being sung at the end of every game. What a thoroughly weird season. We still have no real identity and despite winning just 6 of our last 25 games are still well in the promotion fight. Odd times and I still believe we’ll go up automatically.
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