I think it’s time that real pressure was applied to Tiger and his cohorts. Enough is enough, the way Tiger is running this club, on and off the pitch, I really fear what will happen to the club if we drop back into league 2, which is a very real proposition the way things are going. Despite the questions that were asked by Oxvox a month ago, we still have no answers. On top of that, we have a manager who is clearly now out of his depth with no answers. Anyone can see that from his ifollow interview after the game yesterday. He looks a totally broken man, it’s quite shocking to see. We’re in a complete shitstorm and it’s time the supporters new what the short and long term plans are for the club. No more bullshit ‘we can’t tell you now by the futures gonna be awesome!!’ claptrap. I feel we’re at a moment in time when, in the future, we’ll look back and say THATS the time when we should have stood up and said enoughs enough, what the hells going on? Let’s not make that mistake, let’s draw the line here and now.Thanks for all your excellent summaries in 2018. I wish that there was even a slim chance that 2019 might offer some opportunities for hopeful posts, but we have to be truthful and realistic : we're in the middle of a perfect storm.
Owned by absentee bullshitters. Tenants of a soulless 3-sided stadium. A manager I actually feel sad for (he's clueless but he cares...a bad combination for him and for us). A squad weighed down by awful summer signings and containing only a sprinkling of L1 quality players.
I couldn't make the Plymouth game but I left the Bristol Rovers game feeling exactly the same as I did after the 0-7 Wigan debacle last Xmas. On both occasions I'd taken newcomers along in the hopes they'd be enthused and become regulars, but what is there in the current situation to draw in new fans and young people, the future lifeblood of the fan base?
Old stagers like us will hunker down and hope against hope for an upturn, but I can't remember it feeling this dark even when we went down to the Conference.