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Just now, BillyWoofs_shinpad said:

Seriously, Fletcher has barely played, he’s always injured it’s not down to him that we are 3 nil down, it’s out terrible defence. 

I wasn’t implying we will lose with him off the pitch, I was implying the goal and an injury has the hallmarks of a bad night where we lose the game and pick up injuries. 

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I swear to God, some of you guys love to swim around in all the agony.  Some of you even swim around on your backs, using a straw to take small sips from the Lake of Agony, then guggeling the nice war

As long as we give him the best boots. 

I for one hope Warnock stays next season. Majority of people were happy/expected mid table when he took over. Now we are there and achieving that, you all want him out?  This squad isn’t very good,

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I am done, every time we get near the playoffs we do something to blow it, at least the next game will be good providing Bournemouth win switching this off. 

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At least I didn’t pay. Sounds awful but not something new. This is the kind of performance that should really question as to whether Warnock should be allowed to continue after the season. A perfect chance to stake a playoff claim. 

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Warnock got it wrong Fletcher shouldn't of played he even said in press conference yet he goes gives him too much now the only striker we have is injured again. We 3 nil down as he didn't sign a replacement keeper. 

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