Whats gone wrong for you lads this season?

#1
Just noticed you're 4th from bottom. You were by a country mile the best team we've played so far this season. Left that game thinking you must have just had a slow start and would be up around the playoffs.
 

Wallop

Junior Member
#2
According to our Manager it's:

- Too many injuries
- A bobbly training ground pitch
- Not enough emotional robustness
- Every referee is incompetent and hates us
- Our team don't like playing at home
- We can't take our chances
- We need a striker or two
- He didn't want the Midfielder that we bought who at the time of purchase he was raving about
- Human error in every game
- Northern Ireland pinching our best player for International Duty

My more considered view is:

- We do need a striker and should have secured at least one over the Summer but didn't
- We need to try more than one formation when Plan A isn't working
- We have plenty of good individuals but don't always play as a team
- Certain players fall our of favour too quickly amidst rumours of training ground bust-ups with Management

All the above were/are in the control of our Manager.

That said, we are unbeaten in the last four games and so hopefully have turned a corner albeit with the finesse of an oil tanker.
 

Oufc28

Junior Member
#3
Just noticed you're 4th from bottom. You were by a country mile the best team we've played so far this season. Left that game thinking you must have just had a slow start and would be up around the playoffs.
Who do you support?! Can't remember us being remarkably good in any game!
 

Sarge

Well-known member
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#5
According to our Manager it's:

- Too many injuries
- A bobbly training ground pitch
- Not enough emotional robustness
- Every referee is incompetent and hates us
- Our team don't like playing at home
- We can't take our chances
- We need a striker or two
- He didn't want the Midfielder that we bought who at the time of purchase he was raving about
- Human error in every game
- Northern Ireland pinching our best player for International Duty

My more considered view is:

- We do need a striker and should have secured at least one over the Summer but didn't
- We need to try more than one formation when Plan A isn't working
- We have plenty of good individuals but don't always play as a team
- Certain players fall out of favour too quickly amidst rumours of training ground bust-ups with Management

All the above were/are in the control of our Manager.

That said, we are unbeaten in the last four games and so hopefully have turned a corner albeit with the finesse of an oil tanker.
Sumed up very well there @Wallop
 
#6
Probably sent by Methane to say "I told you so"............... :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::)

I jest, he`s a Sunderland supporter...........

In answer to the question ............... lack of a goal scorer or target man seems to be the main issue & a fair few injuries.

Long way to go yet.
 
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