well the forest win ,which offerered a crumb of light in the darkness has been well and truly been put into the background. im totally fed up with feeling fed up come saturday tea time. hand on heart ive only once before been so dismayed by our state of affairs and that wasnt pre liquidation weeks, one of the historians on here might put me clear when eactly but im guessing around 2000 ish we lost about 4 home games in a row conceding 4 goals most of those and things for me came to a head after the 4-1 |(i think) home loss to newcastle and thats when i relenquished my season ticket. im sick to the teeth of our lack of attacking intent and lack of any guile around the oposition box, im done with negative tactical managers / inept managers, and ive grown suspicious of gibsons love for his club and his seperation from the fan base. i still hold the faint hope that things go in circles and some turn of events will re-energise our team and in turn bring back the belief of our future for the fans.
Agree 100%. Not sure why folk are still talking about Gibbo ‘wising up’, it’s all about what Scott thinks now. My feeling is he will allow Warnock to do what he likes as long as we are winning games and threatening the play-offs. Otherwise I think there will be some very candid conversations about what the vision is for the first team. I just can’t see Scott treating this season as a bedding in period where he’s just getting his feet under the table. He has a job to do, it’s his first DofF appointment, and if he isn’t on top of every detail already I would be staggered! My prediction is that he will (rightly) begin to exert influence over tactics and playing style and Warnock will decide to walk rather than be told what to do.
Even pulis had a plan, was maybe the most basic thing ever but it worked, get the ball to Adama everytime as quick as possible. Yeah we don’t have anyone as good as him anymore but at least we used him to his fullest.