Registered On: July 20, 2015
I would think that it will be the same old, same old tale, watching defensive rubbish, with our team set up with one up front, possibly Turan ha ha! and probably two shots on target, why should supporters think any other way.
I forcast a 0-0 draw, but after saying that, with our keeper, we do not useually do zero’s, another loss will certainly point to our relegation from the football league, that being my worst nightmare, but after following our team since day one (70 years ago), it will be a very sad end. Even with Mr Swanns again turning away from what we are all seeing, week afyer week, we are a very poor team in a very poor league, but with us not able to beat any of the lowwr teams, why should we not be thinking of relegation. We have a terrible squad of players, our injuries are always long term events, our manager has no clue how to change things, and the two clowns standing with him on the touch line make up his brilliant management team, our summer signings are a joke, and we have a 23 year old boy in charge of transfers, yes another part of the joke. The Chairmanm blames Covid-19 for the clubs present situation, so no other districts in the UK have an signs of Covid, so how can we believe when the press are telling us that our area is in the top five for being lowest in the country, ho by the way, Swanns other excuse for our inept pathetic on field performances is that clubs in this league produce poor pitches, does he need reminding that we do not do so bad when away on these poor playing surfaces, but are worse than pathetic on our own pitch, and our home record is beyond being pathetic with TWO WINS IN FIFTEEN MATCHES.
The club is in need of a very big clearout of all the dead wood, which would hardly leave anyone remaining, us supporters have not deserved this after so many years, but the sad thing is that those in so called charge think there are no problems, do they need reminding that we are sitting in the bottom three in league two, and have a terrible aquad of players and management, and the clubs debt is possibly over £12 million pounds, and assets are now owned by the loans from the Chairmans company.