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bbc analysis of our woes
soapylily (IP Logged)
07 December, 2018 07:04
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A fair summation. I think anyone who would want SD to leave is crazy - even should we go down, which we will not.

 
Re: bbc analysis of our woes
Jilted (IP Logged)
07 December, 2018 19:55
Look what happened to Ranieri,eye popping smiley I wonder if he’ll keep his job this time round whether EPL or Championship football beckons.

Mark Hughes pumped again, it’s a funny old job football management, Big Sam’s made millions from getting saccked.

There are only a hand full of teams who are ‘permanent EPL’, the rest look for a good run to keep them as far as possible from the drop zone if they can’t get one then they have to fight like hell to evade the drop.

Here’s WBA and Villa away to kick off, I bet both sets of fans believe their clubs should be playing in the top league.

 
Re: bbc analysis of our woes
Dave Thomas (IP Logged)
07 December, 2018 22:37
Yep that's a good read; also saw other stats that showed they are sprinting less and not running as far this season. Also fewer blocks. Add it all up and it makes sense that they are struggling.
Andd it is very much the same team as last season... but a year older and a year slower.

 
Re: bbc analysis of our woes
Foreverclaret (IP Logged)
07 December, 2018 23:03
Pretty accurate summing up is that, nothing new though we all know the failings.


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