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Re: Chesterfield
Posted by: Matt34
Date: 28/02/2012 22:38
Les said the players heard the chants and it affected them as they told him, that's a reported fact, but given the current situation, players would have had to be mindful that it could happen sometimes.

Blakcburn got it earlier in the season and the players would have been wise to do what it took, to shut the nouty fans up.

If they'd gotten into a situation where they were on top and looked like winning, the nouty fans would have soon exercised more silence probably.

I don't agree with chanting and I don't agree with booing as an expression, because it isn't always 100% clear why people boo, so wording your frustrations at a specific individual or individuals would help those dissaffected individuals to be more clear, if needs must.

Some players need to realise though because of the Blackburn scenario, fans were likely to possibly do it at some point, so they should have been aware and tried to do what it takes to make those fans reconsider.

There's not much you can do about Bournemouth; Yeovil was a bit unlucky too, Rochdale possibly a win, with a few big players available, but losing 2-1 to Wycombe when you're ahead, or getting enough openings against Carlisle to win and not sinking a single opportunity, is not good enough.

Now is when some players will find what they can give and find what they are made of if they have sense. If Les won't necessarily consider any tactical alterations, then players must try harder to achieve more, with the setup they work within on the pitch, to either prove that maybe Les's tactics or they, are more plausible than people will give credit for.

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