You are all aware that I gave him the opportunity to stop being a prat and be part of the forum, indeed the man himself stated he would like to stay but sadly once again and without being banned he chose a new guise and therefore broke forum rules about multiple accounts.
His latest disguises are no longer welcome and are now deleted.
Adam know doubt you will read this before tring to find away to get back but everyone susses you out and simply put please stay off from the forum.
With all of the build up and excitement of yesterday gave little time to discuss the announcement of Ryan Shotton leaving the club and declaring he is moving onto a new opportunity.
With Covid 19 obviously no opportunity to wave goodbye to the fans though I am sure there must be twitter comments circulating from him.
Thanks for your time and effort playing for MFC Ryan and personally I wish you well moving on.
You are my grandson's favourite player and you were brilliant with him when he went to see Boro for the first time, but he is a growing lad and knows he will not see you again in a Boro shirt and his attitude was "oh well".
Personally I thought Shotton was a decent enough player and think he would have improved more under Warnockas there were signs with his last two performances.
However he wanted away, can't blame him so all in all best of luck toyou
We looked a little shaky in the first 20 odd minutes but our confidence grew through the game, and even when they scored I felt that they didn't seem that good and that we could get something from this game, just as long as our heads didn't drop. Fair play they didn't, Dijksteels confidence grew into the game too and it was nice to see him getting into some good positions, supporting Spence. Pears although was very shouty which is good just looks a bit lightweight for a keeper to me.
There are alot of teams below us and its bloody close points wise, I'd say we could be safe but let's get at least a point from Cardiff to secure it. That win felt so good last night though.
Really do think we are forgetting our defence here, they put on a good show and effort was maintained.
Like the Millwall game we played as a team and kept going. We know Roberts is a greedy little so and so but he showed today that he can produce the goods when he does not have time to ponder what he will do and where he will go next.
So well done our back line, and they did start some promising attacks from defence