"... he set up Browne again but this time Shea’s legs saved." If that had gone in it would have made things very interesting indeed. As for going on to win it, we'll never know but fully agree with you that would have been unjust.Thank you Paul, good read as usual.
I don’t recall reading in your report about Browne’s 2nd shot that could have made it 2-2 which I think we would have then gone on to win, but feel that would have been unjust.
Echo that entirely. Well-informed, thoughtful and articulate reports which thankfully always avoid the knee-jerk angry and illogical responses that some of us are prone to. It’s been a strange season; I am one who will admit to being one of those who wanted Robinson out at Christmas but have been happy to revise my view. Roll on August!I'll add to the thanks Paul. Always look forward to your reports, and find myself agreeing with most of what you write. I also very much like(d) your off the field and financial analysis of various clubs and your reviews of the pubs you and your friends visited.
Keep up the good work mate.
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