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Author Topic: Editorial  (Read 1800 times)


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« on: December 07, 2019, 09:52:54 PM »
Some editorials are easy to write. Some are more difficult. This is one of the easy ones.

I said last month that we’d gone through a period that was diabolical yet hopeful, appalling yet partially successful and still showed some positive signs. This month’s been like that, except for the hopeful, successful and positive bits. To put it mildly, it’s been awful. You have to go back to 1987, and maybe even further back than that, to 1969 and relegation to division three, for anything as bad. Words like humiliating and embarassing have been used so often that they’ve almost lost their meaning. Virtually every game has brought a new low while events off the pitch have been just as bad.

We let in too many goals, our heads drop, there’s a lack of confidence and leadership in the team. Everyone knows it and that’s the biggest problem. It’s too easy to play against the Villa – when a team from division four can stop us twice then it’s not exactly rocket science. Yet for all that the team has been poor since the opening day of the season, our problems were probably the easiest to put right out of everyone currently struggling





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