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You know I always believe in you ct

 

It's support like yours that keeps me coming on here mate.  

 

So you can all blame rich.

 

It's ok. I'm used to it

 

:)

 

What do you think about tomorrow night mate?

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Similar mate to be honest as sad as it is to say. If I believed we could score some goals I'd have some faith that we can do something but I just don't know if we can. ***nal seem to have problems within the club though and that is our sliver of opportunity.

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Yeah I know what you mean. I would just like one full on performance this season even if in the end we still go down. Just one barnstorming game where everything comes together against a good side.

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I really don't know. The times I think we will win and we are crap and. Lose. Then there are the times I think we stand no chance and win !!!!!!!

 

I bet that hasn't happened much this season... you do realise we have only won 4 games all season, and they were all against poor sides

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Would love to think we can win tonight but just don't see it. ***nal still a very good team just hit and miss that's all.

1-3 to the ***nal. Boro to race into a shock lead after 6 mins (similar to Hull) then ***nal show their class and start playing.

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Would love to think we can win tonight but just don't see it. ***nal still a very good team just hit and miss that's all.

1-3 to the ***nal. Boro to race into a shock lead after 6 mins (similar to Hull) then ***nal show their class and start playing.

 

If we go 1-0 up, then hopefully we'll have learned from the Hull game, and try to keep things tight at the back. Having said that, I doubt if we could defend a 1-0 lead for 85 minutes against a team of ***nal's ability.

 

With that in mind, we probably have to score TWO - which is a tough ask!!

 

Hmmm.

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I love the eternal optimism of the football supporter, but I think we need a reality check at times. We have won four games all season, we cannot score a goal to save our lives, we have a rookie coach who does not know what formation to play, a bunch of players who do not understand the word 'team' and are mostly looking at next years wage deal. On the basis of that we are going to beat a top six team, win at Bournemouth, (not exactly a happy hunting ground for us is it), and climb out of the relegation zone. I think the definition of deluded is something like 'believing things that are not real to be factual and true', that sounds about right, sorry but reality often hurts.

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I love the eternal optimism of the football supporter, but I think we need a reality check at times. We have won four games all season, we cannot score a goal to save our lives, we have a rookie coach who does not know what formation to play, a bunch of players who do not understand the word 'team' and are mostly looking at next years wage deal. On the basis of that we are going to beat a top six team, win at Bournemouth, (not exactly a happy hunting ground for us is it), and climb out of the relegation zone. I think the definition of deluded is something like 'believing things that are not real to be factual and true', that sounds about right, sorry but reality often hurts.

 

That's simply not true!!!!!

 

 

 

***nal are in 7th :)

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I love the eternal optimism of the football supporter, but I think we need a reality check at times. We have won four games all season, we cannot score a goal to save our lives, we have a rookie coach who does not know what formation to play, a bunch of players who do not understand the word 'team' and are mostly looking at next years wage deal. On the basis of that we are going to beat a top six team, win at Bournemouth, (not exactly a happy hunting ground for us is it), and climb out of the relegation zone. I think the definition of deluded is something like 'believing things that are not real to be factual and true', that sounds about right, sorry but reality often hurts.

 

Mate i think everyone knows by now (unless they been on a space mission and just came back or been sat in the bottom of the pond since Christmas or just came out of hibernation or something similar) we have been awful and the reality is unless a miracle happens we are not staying up but having said that to make that miracle happen i think the manager, players and supporters have got to rally together and start believing we can do it.

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