In this post Pulis-apocalyptic state our players were delivered in, I do believe that Woody is doing a good job... It's looking better and this seasons games (7) has been more exciting than the whole 46 games last season.
I love Woody's honesty and enthusiasm and a full season is the least amount of time he should have the chairman's faith... unless we flirt with relegation late on, which I doubt.
If we get that good feeling going and keep getting 2 points a game, like the last 4 games, then we can for sure compete for the 6 top spots. Add a player or two i January and we will be fine.
Game for game:
Luton: We probably should have been flying high with 3 points in the opener, shouldn't we?
Brentford: Here we should have at least had the draw. 2 perfect good goals ruled out.
Blackburn: Our worst game so far and this one we deserved to lose.
Wigan: We won against a very weak opponent. Small victory but the first blood was drawn!
Millwall: Well, could have been more than the draw it was... But wasn't our day.
Bristol City: If we could hold on to a lead, that'd be great - Good spells and bad spells during the game
Reading: If you only look at the stats, Reading must feel disappointed, but overall, even without red glasses, I think we were the better team and deserved the win. The tactics start to look better and better. At least the attacking intent looks better. Defense needs to be sorted out, but it's going in the right direction. Good to see Shotton stepping up and show some sort of quality. His blocking is quite good. He has had a lot of stick recently, but when he does good, he deserves some nice words too! #forteddy
Let us judge Woody and his team, when the January window closes, cause now it's early days and a head coach with that kind of enthusiasm (even without the financial backing needed) deserves some space to sort things out his way... I believe this season will be alright, do you?