Given we need about ten points from 15 games to stay up, do you think it's really that bad?After the Charlton game he should not have been 100% on to be manager, and after Rovers he should not be 100% off. Managers are not as good as their last game. As an intelligent fan I'm sure you can be more analytical than that. Maybe after you've cheered up?
That was kind of what i was getting at. Picking up on what others had said particularly after the Charlton win. I didn't make that clear though. Being honest I really don't know what we should do for the best. I just want someone (Faz or A.N other) to get us enough points to stay up.
The breaking up of MA team was in progress while he was still here, we might have missed a transfer target or two, but everyone who left was going to leave even if Appleton was here, money was the issue for most of them.Hard but fair FV.
Two tough games to come, Rotherham away followed by in form Argyle at home.
We could easily travel to Northampton with nil points from nine. Worrying.
Off the pitch the sightings of Thai business men suggest a takeover is still in the offing, all very unsettling & not helpful.
I’m trying to move on, but losing Appleton and seeing the break-up of his team and the potential it had is very disheartening.
I disagree. I reckon the second half was as bad as anything I have seen this season barring the Wigan game.I still hold the view that the football was better than under clothead but, the result was the same. And it does stink.
And here we are looking to next season for some sort of inspiration. May the football Gods have mercy on us.
Oh dear! Guilty as charged m'lud. Should have said dickhead Clotet. How's that?I disagree. I reckon the second half was as bad as anything I have seen this season barring the Wigan game.
And why 'Clothead'? Calling people names is just a little childish?